Ancient Astronaut Theory

The Ancient Astronaut Theory, also known as the Ancient Astronaut Hypothesis, is the theory that intelligent extraterrestrial beings visited and influenced Earth's civilizations in the past. According to this theory, these ancient astronauts interacted with humans, providing them with knowledge, technology, and cultural influences that helped shape the course of human history.

Many ancient mythologies, religious texts, and archaeological artifacts contain references to encounters with advanced beings or gods from the sky. They interpret these accounts as evidence of actual extraterrestrial visitations.

Key proponents of the Ancient Astronaut Theory, such as Erich von Daniken and Zecharia Sitchin, propose that ancient civilizations lacked the technological and scientific understanding to comprehend the advanced technologies and capabilities of these visiting extraterrestrial beings. Therefore, they interpreted these encounters as divine or supernatural interactions, often creating mythologies and legends around them.

Some examples include ancient structures like the pyramids of Egypt, Stonehenge, and the Nazca lines in Peru. They argue that the precision and complexity of these structures could not have been achieved by ancient humans alone and must have involved the assistance of extraterrestrial beings.

Additionally, ancient texts such as the Indian Vedas, the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh, and the Book of Enoch, contain descriptions of flying vehicles (referred to as vimanas), advanced weaponry, and interactions between gods or divine beings and humans.

Remote viewers, psat life regressions, as well as reliable channels (including the RA Material) all refer to the presence in antiquity of extraterrestrials who walked among humankind.

See also: xenoarchaeology