Posted May-14-2017 7:19 PM
...episode from the "History" TV series, and/or independent documentary that a fully-fledged Prometheus fan such as myself should watch?
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched Androids blow and finger each other's flutes.
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In Ancient Hawaiian Mythology, The Octopus is the last survivor, and remnant of the previous universe... He cares for nothing of this world, for the world and universe he once knew is gone......FACT: The Octopus has a DNA genome and code that differs from any other organism on Earth, The octopus is truly an "alien" of this earth....research it if you like... Touch screen technology has been greatly improved thru study of the octopus's tentacles and how they work almost independent of the octopus.... Want to see an alien? Go to the aquarium.... Stare it to his eyes, and face the extraterrestrial :)
I saw the Ancient Aliens series on the History Channel. It referenced Charriots of the Gods a lot as I recall. It is very interesting yet yields no proof. Still, it seems more credible than any biblical account of our origins. Sorry if I stirred up a storm, but there it is! I think BigDave could hit hard on this thread.
Slab_bay The octopus is a fascinating creature! I used to get into documentaries about them.
PJ - I would go with Ancient Aliens. Been a fan since season 1 and dk is confused. There is proof all around us.
Rick Where is definitive proof that humans were introduced outside of our own planet?
Nearly every God in every religion comes from somewhere else - so therefore they are all aliens. However the most key to this film is of course the Ancient Greek creation myth - where humans were engineered by a Titan.
Greek Creation Myth
In the beginning there was an empty darkness. The only thing in this void was Nyx, a bird with black wings. With the wind she laid a golden egg and for ages she sat upon this egg. Finally life began to stir in the egg and out of it rose Eros, the god of love. One half of the shell rose into the air and became the sky and the other became the Earth. Eros named the sky Uranus and the Earth he named Gaia. Then Eros made them fall in love.
Uranus and Gaia had many children together and eventually they had grandchildren. Some of their children become afraid of the power of their children. Kronus, in an effort to protect himself, swallowed his children when they were still infants. However, his wife Rhea hid their youngest child. She gave him a rock wrapped in swaddling clothes, which he swallowed, thinking it was his son.
Once the child, Zeus, had reached manhood his mother instructed him on how to trick his father to give up his brothers and sisters. Once this was accomplished the children fought a mighty war against their father. After much fighting the younger generation won. With Zeus as their leader, they began to furnish Gaia with life and Uranus with stars.
Soon the Earth lacked only two things: man and animals. Zeus summoned his sons Prometheus (fore-thought) and Epimetheus (after-thought). He told them to go to Earth and create men and animals and give them each a gift.
Prometheus set to work forming men in the image of the gods and Epimetheus worked on the animals. As Epimetheus worked he gave each animal he created one of the gifts. After Epimetheus had completed his work Prometheus finally finished making men. However when he went to see what gift to give man Epimetheus shamefacedly informed him that he had foolishly used all the gifts.
Distressed, Prometheus decided he had to give man fire, even though gods were the only ones meant to have access to it. As the sun god rode out into the world the next morning Prometheus took some of the fire and brought it back to man. He taught his creation how to take care of it and then left them.
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