Was God an astronaut?

December 29, 2006 3:47am CST
Who created mankind? According to some researchers, the answer lies with those who came from beyond the stars. The imagery of extra-terrestrial visitors who came in from other planets, and possibly even other galaxies, to seed the human race is a fascinating one, although highly speculative. Erich von Daniken, who popularised this theory with his book, Chariots of the Gods, believes that these visitors — termed as ancient astronauts — landed on Earth when the planet was still in its infancy. As part of their breeding experiments, they seeded the first human being and imparted them with the skills required to set humanity on the path of evolution. The ancient astronauts, says Daniken, came time and again as humanity evolved, giving them the benevolent air of gods. They presumably built or helped build many architectural wonders of the ancient world, like Stonehenge. To support his theory, Daniken has cited evidence available in the form of archaeological artifacts, especially cave paintings drawn by primitive man. what have you got to say on this ?
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• United States
29 Dec 06
Yes, I have read some articles related to it as well. It can be a possibility. I have always believed that the god as described in many religions, being able to fly, telport and many other extra things were great human beings or some creatures. I feel they were great human beings but for the origin of human life, humans cannot create human and we have to believe that there was a beginning. Good Post.