Re: Atlantis Peak Maybe?
Jun 07, 1998 06:46 AM
by Darren Porter
The ancient astronauts do not necessarily need to be aliens from another
planet. They could be hyperdimensional beings (ascended masters ?), time
travellers, angels, the list is endless?
The question is have they been beneficial or malicious to humans?
At 07:45 PM 6/6/98 EDT, you wrote:
>In a message dated 98-06-05 11:15:06 EDT, Darren writes:
><< > I find "ancient astronauts" theories to be inherently racist. What they
> >tend to come down to is, "The Asians, Africans, and Native Americans
> >could not have come up with the technology and cultures that they did on
> >their own; only the white Europeans have that capability." >>
>There is an interesting book out which I am still in the process of reading
>called THE DAY AFTER ROSWELL written by Col. Philip J. Corso (Ret.). As Chief
>of the Army's Technology Division, Corso stewarded the Roswell alien
>in a reverse-engineering project that led to today's integrated circuit
>fiber optics, lasers and super-tenacity fibers. This alien technology was
>seeded to major U.S. firms under the cover story that they were mundane
>technologies being worked on behind the Iron Curtain and which had been
>obtained by the CIA and military intelligence.
>We still can't master electromagnetic antigravity drive and brain-directed
>navigational controls which seems to have been a feature of the Roswell
>But the "honkies" in 1947 did pick up a few things from Roswell, according to
>Col. Corso, so maybe the ET's (the Grays) will beam down and give us a few
>helpful hints on how to handle the other stuff (despite the "whiteness" of
>some of our population). We hold no skin prejudice against the Grays (except
>perhaps for some disgruntled abductees)!
>"The truth is out there !" - Agents Mulder & Scully
>THE DAY AFTER ROSWELL by Col. Philip J. Corso (Ret)
>Simon & Schuster, New York, NY - 1997
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