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Man and dino

Ica, Peru collection

Ultraterrestrials are beings who come from beyond the realm of human experience altogether, whether from a parallel universe, alternate dimension, or another plane of reality intersecting with our own. This theory is used to explain other strange phenomena that often accompany UFO sightings, such as time discrepancies, mysterious flying creatures, poltergeist activity, and mysterious Men in Black. They may also be ancient astronauts who have settled, or colonized Earth in the ancient past.

Advanced civilizationsEdit

John Keel relied on the theory of ultraterrestrials to explain the mystery airships of 1896. Ultraterrestrials are said to be living amongst humans since the dawn of time. They are inhabitants of Earth, but may either be a different branch of biological evolution, or a certain human culture that unexplainably has evolved much faster than others.

Forbidden archeologyEdit

Klaus Dona - Unsolved Mysteries pt01:15:47

Klaus Dona - Unsolved Mysteries pt.1 Giants, Elongated Skulls & Ooparts - FULL LECTURE

Klaus Dona, an adept researcher of ancient artifacts, attempts to answer what little is known about the true ancient past of humans. In 2001, Dona held the world's first 'Unsolved Mysteries' exhibit in Vienna. Over 400 original artifacts on display revealed a forbidden archeology and pointed to lost civilizations whose acceptance threaten to re-write history. Crystal skulls, ancient world maps, mysterious continents, Atlantean relics, golden space craft, tools that defy modern technology, magnetic pyramids that glow under ultraviolet light, and evidence of giants 25 feet tall.[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Klaus Dona Chronicles: Secret World I

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