It still seems to be an undeniable fact that ancient people were a lot more technology advanced then mainstream science likes to give them credit for, some researchers theorize that the ancient people received a helping hand from a technologically advanced civilization.
Who could this this civilization possibly be? And where could they be from? It seems far-fetched that aliens would travel potentially millions of light years in order to teach mankind civilization, like it seems far fetched that aliens would travel millions of light years in order to experiment on certain individuals.
Stephan Hawking warned against contact with aliens “If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn’t turn out well for the Native Americans,” he said. “We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet.”
Some of the descriptions and stories of alien abduction given by people that claim to be alien abductees do seem to raise cause for concern, alien abductees often tell disturbing stories many abductees claim that the abductors seem very interested in mankind’s sexual organs and many women claim to have been impregnated by their abductors only for the baby to be taken from the mother at the early stages of pregnancy. Some so called “alien abductees” paint a very dark picture, they claim that these beings have even raped them; while they lie paralyzed The mystery deepens when we discover that similar stories have been told since the beginning of recorded history.
For thousands of years people have spoke of strange, supernatural beings, as far back as the ancient Sumerian’s. In Sumerian mythology, the Utukku were a type of spirit or demon, they were believed to be the ghosts of those that were not buried properly. They were considered vengeful toward the living and were known to possess people.
The Edimmu were spirits that sucked the life out of the susceptible and the sleeping (most commonly the young). They were thought to cause disease and inspire criminal behaviour in the living.
An incubus is a demon in male form, they were thought to rape sleeping women and a succubus is its female counterpart that would rape sleeping men.
Indian mythology speaks of Magical Goblins that have the ability to shape shift, in to beautiful women, handsome men and animals, in ancient India Goblins were usually considered to be demons. Similar creatures are described by ancient Britain, France and Ireland.
In Aboriginal mythology, the Wandjina were thought to be cloud spirits, they were believed to control the weather, the Wondjina bare a striking resemblance to what many alien abductees describe. Ancient cave art depicts them as having big eyes and no mouth, a regular explanation for them having no mouth is they have the ability to communicate telepathically. The Wondjina were thought to control people’s actions through their dreams.
During 18th-Century Vampire Controversy there was a major vampire scare across Eastern Europe. Even government officials were frequently dragged into the hunting and staking of vampires. Despite man eating creatures that were very similar to Vampires being described in Britain and all around the world for thousands of years the word Vampire only came into the English language in about 1734 according to the Oxford dictionary, during the hysteria of the 18th-Century Vampire Controversy. Like Goblins and many other creatures from ancient mythology the vampire had the ability to shape shift and like modern day stories alien abductees the victim was paralyzed and unable to fight off the vampire. Vampires were considered to be evil spirits they were thought to have the ability to possess the body of the living as well as the dead.
What was causing the ancient people to believe tales of Vampires, Demons and evil spirits, is it merely a case of their own over active imaginations and paranoia leading to superstition or did the ancient world know something that we don’t know?
In Slavic mythology the Drekavac appears as a very scary-looking demon that in reality is the ghost of an unbaptized child’s soul. Its appearance varies depending on who sees it since it is so horrifying that few can stare at it long enough to give a proper description. In one description Drekavac appears in the form of a child who begs and calls for people passing near the cemetery to baptize it.
In later Slavic traditions the Drekavac is connected with Christmas, specifically the twelve days of Christmas during which it is believed that when a Drekavac appears in a child’s form it usually announces someone’s death.
Descriptions VARY MASSIVELY One description is that its body is dappled, elongated and thin as a spindle, with disproportionately large head, yet another is that it is some kind of bird; a modern find of supposed Drekavac body looked like a dog or a fox, but with hind legs similar to those of kangaroo, the terrifying yelling noise is about the only consistent part of the story.
In Zen Buddhism, Jikininki are thought to be some of the ugliest demons imaginable and represent greed and selfishness. Their favorite “hobby” appears to be the nightly consumption of human corpses.
They are said to possess the ability to look like humans when they want to deceive and corrupt. Nevertheless, when they are in their ordinary form they are so ghastly and horrifying to look at that if any mortal has the bad luck to see one.
The Ifrits are in a class of infernal Jinn noted for their strength and cunning. They are spoken about in the Holy Quran, they are said to be a monstrous-looking demon that lives underground and loves to visit ruins.