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Extraterrestrial Beings: Cattle Mutilations And Abductions Throughout The World

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Extraterrestrial beings, do they exist, or are they a phantom of our imagination? The existence of extraterrestrial beings has been widely debated; are they real, if so do they visit Earth often, or where do the aliens originate from? All are very common questions. The Roswell case is a very good example of extraterrestrials in contact with humans (Davidson). Extraterrestrials have been pondered about since the beginning of time, with the number of encounters on the rise, it makes you wonder what could happen next.
Extraterrestrials have been around since the beginning of time. One very good account of this is in the bible, it’s a passage about Ezekiel’s wheel. Ezekiel 1:4, 1:5, and 1:6 (NIV) goes on to say, “ I looked, and I saw a windstorm coming out of the north--an immense cloud with flashing lightning and surrounded by brilliant light. The center of the fire looked like glowing metal and in the fire was what looked like four living creatures. In appearance their form was that of a man but each of them had four faces and four wings.” After reading this, it’s clear that something odd has happened. The spacecraft begins at some distance from the prophet in its initial descent. Vapour cloud is from cooling preliminary to firing of rocket engine. Rocket engine is then fired. Looking upward, the prophet sees four shapes surrounded by fire and vapour that look alive. These are helicopter-like bodies deployed before landing. The prophet is now able to see more detail because the craft is at low altitude. He sees the four blades of the rotors and the fairing housings above the rotors that give the appearance of faces ("UFOs in the Bible: Ezekiel's Wheel, 593 BC"). Extraterrestrials have been around many years with many different encounters.
Even before the bible though humans were in contact with extraterrestrial beings. Ancient Sumerians were known for their extraterrestrial contact. The ancient Sumerians had multiple gods called “Annunaki.” The Sumerians describe these gods as having android like beings helping the main “Annunaki” gods. The Sumerians also describe very similar things to what the bible describes, which is large cylindrical, metallic orbs descending from the sky. The Sumerians were around 6000 B.C., and the bibles earliest stories were 3500 years ago. It’s very peculiar that two different civilizations, that used completely different languages can describe almost identical things happening more than 2000 years apart, and that’s not all (“Sumerians”). Sumerians and Mayans aren’t the only one to encounter extraterrestrials, many other early civilizations have.
The ancient Mayans who originate from South America also describe nearly identical things as both those civilizations, large metallic orbs descending from the sky. The Mayans also had multiple gods just like the Sumerians. Neither of these civilizations could’ve been in contact with each either because the Mayans were across the ocean, and no civilizations back then knew how,...

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