Over the course of the year , a colleague was helped by me at composing a set of ten articles. All ten of these articles circulated across the world and see counters on many sites indicated plentiful readership, but comments to me, or for her, from anyplace, was non-existent. There was neither criticism nor acclaim out of anybody. Just silence. I started to think that no one in world would like to take astronauts.
In an attempt I decided to pay sixty dollars for a overview of my astronaut site. Obviously, this was a review by skeptics. Their site’s description was”critical reviews of claims on the Internet.” The intermediary given them to perform their inspection but that has since come and gone, and not a word . My site presents a huge quantity of proof and, in fact, I could not expect everyone to make a great critical review . Nobody, including myself, would want to see quickly frivolous and ready arguments, else I would make them seem silly in my counter arguments. A number of my proof comes in sources as well as to begin, they’d require time to confirm that none of it’s a hoax. They’re welcome to.
Things to expect from that blog is unclear. There are skeptics who are within their thinking as their New Age counterparts, then again, there are skeptics, like me, who objectively evaluate the evidence. Was there a genuine ancient astronaut? To help the skeptics answer that question, I will give them some ideas on how best to refute my own theories. Here, solely for space concerns, I will focus on the proof, leaving on how best to refute the theology and cryptology proof for another day ideas aside.
My site reproduces engravings in the Tiwanaku culture. One of these engravings portrays the alleged astronaut within an aquatic with a three-pronged tail, with every one of the 3 prongs ending in a pod. How is that refuted by the skeptics? Easy. They just have to demonstrate the form of these pods resembles some sort of plant or animal life available in that area. They have to find a source for all those engravings, otherwise my arguments remain unharmed.
The timing of the Tiwanaku drawings that are sky-god contrasts in Peru, so the ancient astronaut of both areas has to be one as well. I believe all them weak, although for Nazca, the skeptics will probably find many arguments that are ready-made. The mindset of the individuals of Nazca cannot be assumed to be unique in human history. It needs to be demonstrated that people elsewhere thought that the moon, sun, or even sky-spirits had. Alternately, it needs to be demonstrated that Nazca’s individuals worshipped critters, believing them to have intelligence.
The recorded engravings alien artifact that is alleged, about the Sun Disk, may prove to be the biggest challenge for those skeptics. How are we to feel that the Andeans of the first sixteenth century ) understood the Earth was round( b) understood that it was likely to orbit the Earth( c) understood that sunlight striking the moon could reflect back to strike a spaceship, d) understood the dark clouds along the Milky Way comprised celebrities within, and electronic ) understood that water shaped the cornerstone of plant and animal development? Here the skeptics would need to find parallels in the history of culture. I anticipate their response.