from Collective-Evolution Website
They are highly
technologically advanced, more so than any air-craft which is
available in any global inventory at the moment.
For most people, the answer is little to never...
According to one of the pilots who filmed the UFO released by the Pentagon, yes, they are, at least that's their belief.
The Pentagon's "aerial defence" program director, Luis Elizondo also shared his belief that they are, along with hundreds of other high ranking personnel from several branches of military, intelligence, academia, aerospace and academia.
He said that there is plenty of evidence to make that connection…
The most recent example might be Robert Bigelow, founder of the Bigelow Aerospace Corporation who, not long ago, stated that he knows we are being visited, and have been visited by ET's.
Ancient history is fascinating to say the least, and we've discovered so much about it.
But, at the same time, we still know very little about Earth's history and even the history of humanity. One of the most fascinating points to make about ancient history is that much of which was once considered mythological, is actually turning out to be true.
Perhaps information that didn't fit within our framework of accepted knowledge,
Perhaps some was mythological, but perhaps some of what we call mythological was actually real.
Another great example is the Lost Land of Atlantis, a highly technologically advanced civilization that would shake what we thought we knew of human history, it's not so much a tale anymore, and it's one of many examples that show what we've been taught may not be completely correct.
For anybody who has done their research in this area, it's quite clear given the evidence we now have, that Atlantis was far from a mythological place. Given our research on Atlantis, and many scholars out there, Atlantis is no joke, and perhaps before that, Lemuria as well.
This is why when it comes to stories of figures like Quetzalcoatl, it's always interesting to contemplate that they were real.
The video footage mentioned above, which was released by the Pentagon, was done so in conjunction with To The Stars Academy headed by Tom Delonge, along with Luis Elizondo (mentioned earlier), and several other figures who've held high level positions within the Department of Defence.
The Pentagon is working with the academy in the disclosure of UFO's.
That in itself is a completely different discussion with many implications. It's hard to trust the government these days, so can we really trust them with UFO disclosure and what that means? Will leave this for another time...
Delonge recently made some interesting comments about his experiences so far, and the contacts he's been able to make, and the discussions that have been had.
Tom states in a Podcast with Joe Rogan:
Interesting, isn't it...?
So, who was Quetzalcoatl?
Considered to be a mythical tale, Spanish chronicler Juan de Torquemada states that Quetzalcoatl was 'a fair and ruddy complexioned man with a long beard.'
Another describes him as follows:
Graham Hancock, one of the world's foremost researchers into such things, describes another description from Central American Mayan tradition in his book, Fingerprints of the Gods:
This figure is spoken of the Mesoamerican culture.
It's interesting because there are multiple accounts of various figures, not just Quetzalcoatl, all of which seemed to have provided humanity with a little 'push', here and there, and assistance with regards to discovery.
Nothing was really done for humanity, it seemed that the common theme through all of these contacts was for us to better ourselves, and be responsible for our own progression, with a little bit of assistance.
Not all of the 'gods' were kind, loving and peaceful. There were others who required sacrifices, and seemed to almost be a little opposite of ones like Quetzalcoatl.
What's also interesting is that the descriptions of Quetzalcoatl resemble modern day descriptions of some, supposed extraterrestrial beings. Those who have examined the lore, like myself, would know this.
Could these have been who we consider today, benevolent extraterrestrial beings? Perhaps...
Drawn by Android Jones for GAIA.
Ancient history, along with many ancient cultures who pre-date modern-day religion, all have very interesting stories which can easily be interpreted has highly advanced beings from another place.
The idea that these are just mere interpretations seem to be dwindling every year. Being an avid researcher in the field for more than a decade, I can tell you that extraterrestrial intelligence is just the tip of the iceberg.
It truly does open up Pandora's box, and there is much more to this universal story, so much so that we probably couldn't even comprehend it.
The evidence today points to the idea that we've been visited for a long time, so to contemplate the idea that these were extraterrestrial visits is not out of the question.
If they have been here as well as visiting us for a long time, that's good news.
It takes out the idea of an 'extraterrestrial invasion', because, if that were the case, it would have already happened by now.
The meaning of Quetzalcoatl is "feathered serpent," this is the translation that comes from ancient South America, from the Maya and the Aztecs.
In Hancock's book, he goes on to describe how there were other entities who resembled Quetzalcoatl quite closely:
Graham, in his book, goes on to state:
This is an interested quote, and relates closely to a sentiment shared by a First Nations Canadian storyteller, Richard Wagamese:
Interesting to think about. These are versions of history that old more plausibility to them than the ones we currently consider concrete.
As we continue to move forward exponentially, perhaps our destiny is in the stars and we ourselves one day will be the extraterrestrials, or perhaps we already are...