Mythologies all over the world tell stories of 'Gods' that came from the stars to create mankind. Paintings and statuettes depict some of these 'Gods' wearing space suits and space helmets, or travelling in spaceships. Some of the stories describe acts that are reminiscent of genetic engineering and modern-day medicine. Many scholars believe these gods were actually extraterrestrial visitors. This theory is known as the Ancient Astronaut Theory. It was made popular by people like Zecharia Sitchin and Erich von Daniken.
Unidentified Flying Objects are seen every day, all over the world. Millions of people have had experiences in which they were 'abducted' by alien looking creatures; and even more have experienced encounters with benign visitors from space that look just like us. (Sadly, most people are afraid to acknowledge their experience in public, fearing public ridicule, or being considered psychologically unstable). Contact experiencers have been told stories about galactic history, etc., which at present are not verifiable. But they do constitute a galactic mythology about galactic wars and the parties involved. Within the Exopaedia, this galactic mythology is usually referred to as the galactic lore.
There is more in heaven and earth than most of us could possibly ever imagine; and the truth often is stranger than fiction.