Ancient Aliens: Marradians and Anunnaki: Volume Two: Extraterrestrial Gods, Religions, and Mystical Practices (Volume 2)
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2017-06-23
Number of pages: 162
What is God like on other planets? If we accept that a Deity who, in our common Earth tongue we call God, created the Universe, then it is logical to assume this Presence also created other worlds and other sentient life forms. He didn’t stop with us. Grudgingly, humans might persist in all their wondrous narcissism that while we are not the only intelligence in the Universe, at least we are the only ones with the concept of religion, that God created the Universe but somehow only revealed Himself to Abraham and Moses and Jesus and Buddha and Mohammad and everyone else here who believes. Why? If He exists here, then He exists elsewhere, but under different names and in different forms, inspired by different mythological origin stories and different methods of worship, like the different permutations on this planet. Why shouldn’t a similar process prevail elsewhere in the Universe? Other life forms have to evolve in some fashion, no matter the ultimate result. Whatever the unique circumstances of that particular world, Darwinian principles must prevail. Some species would survive, others not. At a certain point, the survivors would look around for reassurance against their hostile atmosphere by seeking a positive beneficence. Whether God would find them or they would find God or whatever the spiritual cocktail, a belief in something larger would gain traction. Besides fear, early faith might grow from selflessness, wanting to share and help, or as a brutal path to achieving domination and power. There would be highly evolved life forms lighting the way, and there would be charlatans. Much like Earth, for every Christ there would be an L. Ron Hubbard. But somewhere out there in the Universe, these distant cousins of ours would look to their stars and wonder, why and how and what does it all mean? As we did. In our new book Ancient Aliens: Extraterrestrial Gods, Religions & Mystical Practices, we’re going to explore faith beyond Earth. Now this is not a book about how humans perceived ancient aliens as deities. This is about how the Marradian and Anunnaki religions originated and evolved, their mystical practices, laws and customs, and any legacies of truth and comfort they can offer humanity. If you come away with one notion after reading this book, we humbly hope that it is tolerance of the mind to see something else, to listen and learn from those who are different, yet ultimately, more similar than you thought. It would be a valuable lesson for our planet.