The Mystery Behind the Spiritual Alien Agenda Essay

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The Mystery Behind the Spiritual Alien Agenda
Beryl King
12 March 2012

The Search for Earth-like Planets

December 5, 2011 must have been an exciting day for astronomers all over the world as NASA announced to the public the discovery of an Earth-like planet potentially able to support life. The planet, 2.4 times the size of the Earth, is six hundred light-years away in what astronomers call the “Goldilocks Zone”, an area in which a planet has an ideal temperature because of its distance from a star. It orbits around a star similar to the sun of the Earth, and the temperature of its surface is habitable at 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Scientists are hopeful that this planet might possess water and land, but they are not sure as of the
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A Short History on ETs

Even before people had the chance to observe and discover planets like they can now, their interest and belief in extraterrestrial beings have been prevalent since the early centuries in ancient carvings, legends and mythology, although the extraterrestrials were mostly depicted as gods or angels. A popular example is the alien race in ancient Sumerian texts, Annunaki from Planet X or Nibiru, which was said to have arrived on Earth thousands of years ago and was said to have created humans for the purpose of them being slaves (Jaeger). Early civilizations such as China, Japan, Egypt and India also had other incredible tales about gods coming down to earth in flying chariots or luminous airborne crafts. In addition to this, many prehistoric cave paintings, dating as far back as 45,000 B.C., show strange-looking humanoids similar to the common aliens seen in the movies with their pure black eyes and bulbous heads surrounded by a halo. Circular and cigar-shaped discs were also seen in different carvings and art pieces in Europe which can be compared to the Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) believed to be controlled by highly-advanced extraterrestrials. These artworks and literature were not taken seriously for a time because of the lack of proof that extraterrestrial life existed. They were treated as myths, not records of true happenings and alien

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