Re: 200,000 Year Old Statue Found On MoonMay 14th, 2009
I really don't get what your trying to say, besides the fact that this isn't true. So some UFOs are extraterrestrial? If all UFOs are space ships, and all spaceships are extraterrestrial (which they aren't because we send spaceships into space from time to time haha), All UFOs would be extraterrestrial.. but still has no bearing on whether or not this statuette is from earth or not.Quote has been trimmed, See full post:
And just because it happens to be a symbol of religion doesn't automatically make it a "trick". Do you not think it's almost certain to say life outside of our planet have beliefs of their own? Anyhow. At this point in my life I can say with almost certainty that the mass population have been shielded from many truths. And it is inevitable that we catch a glimpse of things that have been hidden because as hard as our governments and those that are pulling our governments strings try.. no human is perfect and sooner or later mistakes are made.
These people are well aware of this which is why they've spent decades perfecting the art of cover ups.
People don't want to believe that there is anything out there other than their everyday lives, why fix what's not broken right? So we'll shrug off anything that seems the slightest bit wrong or different.
I would like to bet that when good ol' ET finally steps foot on the soil of this Earth one of two things will happen.. The powers that be will snatch em up to study everything they have that will benefit them and cover up...
A claim is made. In the OP it is that a statue was found on the moon. That claim is what is important. The rest of the article is meant to trick people into debating and thereby accepting the original claim.
What I am saying is that to mentally protect ourselves we should only focus on the original claim, decide on whether it is true or not, before going onto more debate. If we move onto more debate then we have accepted the original claim. That is a mistake.
Dexter already posted that this story came from a very poor source. That is enough to end any further debate. Until a better source is put forward the story should be relegated to the lunacy pile to protect our own mental well being. If we start speculating on who made the statue and what bronze age society might have put a man on the moon then we give relevance to the story and less mentally capable people may come to believe the story is true when clearly it isn't true.