Anybody else ever wonder if aliens planted life here on earth

@judyt00 (3504)
Canada
April 10, 2007 5:16pm CST
I read a book years ago about how we would be able to terraform other planets over a span of centuries, and always wondered if that was how we came to be here, and if those aliens had other changes for us. anybody else have any thoughts on this?
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@xfahctor (14131)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
10 Apr 07
Interestingly enough, this is a common theory. Zecharia Sitchin not only poses this theory, but does a remarkable job of backing it up in his series, "The Earth Chronicles. He poses that another planet on a very elongated orbit is inhabited by a race that out of need for workers, jumped our evolution by a long shot. Many drawing have been found in caves and other places that depict things an ancient man could not have possibly imagined such a sd a rocket. There is a gold tablet dated 6000 years ago that not only depicts the sun as the center of the solar system but shows 10 planets in circular orbits around it. The bible, in its original Hebrew form quotes, " God made man in THEIR image" using the plural form. IT aslo talks of giants, sons of god who saw human's and laid with them. Adam and Eve's son found a wife. Where? if there were no other humans where would he have found a woman?
• United States
11 Apr 07
You obviously have no Biblical knowledge if you think that "they" means that aliens jumpstarted our evolution. You see, when Creation began, God was (and, for the record, still is) triune. There was the Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit. When God said, "Let us make them in our image," He was referring to Himself- Father, Son, Holy Spirit, three in one.
@judyt00 (3504)
• Canada
11 Apr 07
You ae a moron if you think I believe that biblical garbage. andfor your info, I took comparative religions in uni, which is more than you did. I know more about the bible than you ever thought ofknowing. YOU just believe what you are told to, not question. Any religion that refuses questions is nothing but a cult!
@Doomsayer (115)
• United States
11 Apr 07
In my opinion, this entire theory is a crock, and nothing short. All scientific evidence points away from such a sensationalist theory. Also, Creation is very easy to explain, if you read the single book which has been proven time and again by scientists and mathematician, the only book which so many deny simply because they don't want to believe it. That Book is the Bible. No other book has been checked and proven so many times over, and reviewing the facts, we find that he have faith without excuse. Many scientists have confessed that, reviewing the geological and scientific evidence, we find that the Bible is irrefutable, and undoubtedly true. But in the same breath, they go on to say that they will not be changing their views at all, for the singular purpose that they simply don't want to believe in God. Voila.
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@judyt00 (3504)
• Canada
11 Apr 07
Iys no more a crock than the theories put out in the bible, whaic have been proved WRONG hundreds of times.