The theory of ancient aliens and their visit of our planet in the remote past gained recently a huge popularity. At some point, we are all presented with various explanations and theories regarding the expansion of human life on Earth. In the long history of mankind, the majority of these concepts have followed religious teachings, and the power of a spiritual God or Gods, however many people have come to challenge these claims. Ancient astronaut theorists suggest that ancient aliens are not from distant planets, but rather from known one which once upon a time held a civilisation of ancient humans.
Using images from Google Earth, the group of alien hunters point to a number of regions on the red planet – arguing they clearly show structures of possible archeological site.
Some archeological studies suggest that one of the oldest civilizations on Earth emerged nearly 6,000 years ago, is older than the Greeks, Incas and even the Mayans – Sumerians. Sumer was the southernmost region of ancient Mesopotamia, modern-day Iraq and Kuwait. However, according to latest research the first settlers were not Sumerians but a people of unknown origin whom archaeologists have termed the Ubaid people. The most important that Mesopotamians believed that civilization was the result of the gods’ triumph of order over chaos and the gods had set everything in motion. The gods taught humans how to maintain order and hold back chaos. Nowadays it is only theory like mysterious archeological sites found on Mars.
The uniquely red global surface of Mars is marked by many interesting features – some like those on the Earth and others strangely different. According to alien hunters there are a number of regions on Mars that clearly show artificial structures on the surface of the planet, and these structures could very well be the work of alien beings. Some scientists suggest that ancient Martian civilisation existed on Red Planet and probably was wiped out by nuclear bomb or another global catastrophy.
Expert from the SETI Institute outlines fascinating theory that ancient life may have found its way from Mars to Earth. According to world’s leading alien hunters we actually may be able to trace our roots back to the Red Planet.
Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the Search For Extraterrestrial Life (SETI) Institute claimed ancient living organisms may have found their way from Mars to the surface of our own planet. Based on that every terrestrial life form has its deepest roots not in the ancient oceans of Earth, but in the vanished seas of Mars. Scientists estimate that in early days of the solar system billions of rocks between an inch and a yard size were shuttled from Mars to our planet. They may contain hardy microorganisms which are bale to to survive the ravages of space and travel from planet to planet.
If humankind successfully lands people on the surface of Mars for detail research, we may unlock the mysteries of our ancient, extraterrestrial origins.
It is believed that a race of aliens (Martians) inhabited Red Planet in the remote past was very advanced and high developed. The astronomer Elias Colbert in his 1871 Star-studies:What we know of the universe outside the Earth explained that Mars is “adapted as a residence for rational beings, like ourselves; and it may be that they have attained to a higher stage of mental development than we have, for the double reason that the planet appears to have been habitable some thousands of years longer than our Earth.” In fact, NASA has found plenty of proof of ancient water on Mars, which supports the theory that the planet could have supported life billions of years ago.Is it possible that we may be descendants of the race that lived on Mars and Human Mission to Red Planet is to become first extraterrestrials visitors and to discover our own history?
The exploration of Mars has been a goal of national space programs for decades and for many adventurers the Red Planet has became a symbol of a hope for the future of humanity. Perhaps that explains why, throughout history, people have granted Mars a unique spot in our collective consciousness, and and why we’re so obsessed with finally colonising it.