Are We The Only Cosmic Beings?

Are We The Only Cosmic Beings?

Why is the Bible filled with descriptions of gods who came down from the sky in fiery chariots? Why is there an astronaut preserved inside a lost temple? Why are there cave paintings of the gods with headgear? The sole answer to these questions is — Aliens might just exist.

Substantial evidence of this is provided by eminent author and xenoarchaeologist Erich Von Daniken in his book ‘Chariots of the Gods’. In this, he imagines a futuristic society in which the world is highly technologically advanced and does an interstellar travel to a planet whose stage of life is the stone age. The inhabitants could fly, had space suits,  artificial lights, and could light fires too. So, as per their convenience, they could do everything. This gave rise to the theory that Gods are, in truth, aliens.

One of the misconceptions amongst people is that, for life to exist on other planets, it needs to have oxygen and water, but they seldom realize the fact that there may be other extraterrestrials whose conditions necessary for survival are completely different- they may live in 200 degrees celsius and have helium as their respiratory gas.

Several pieces of evidence suggest the presence of aliens in our past. The huge lines in Inca, South America, could not have been built by primitive man, from land, and that too for nothing. Perhaps, these were built by the aliens from the sky, to serve as their landing sites. Traces from Tiahuanaco, and Bay of Nazca also show similar evidence.

In our very own Mahabharata, how could there be 100 Kauravas? They might have been cloned.   In Ramayana, Ravana used the Pushpak Vimaan, an aerial vehicle, and Ram used the Brahmastra, a voice-enabled guided nuclear missile. How could the technology of the future arise 7000 years ago, when it has not been discovered in the present?

“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”

-Carl Sagan

-Vivasvat Rastogi

Sources

https://www.space.com/25325-fermi-paradox.html

https://cosmosmagazine.com/space/what-is-the-fermi-paradox

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