AN ANCIENT ASTRONAUT THEORY
by Vincenzo J. Macrino. M.S.
Since the advent of flight and the infancy of the space program, there have been numerous accounts of UFOs and alien beings. But what about ancient times? Did people observe mysterious objects in the skies prior to the invention of the airplane? Did they speak of mysterious, intelligent creatures from the stars? The answer is "Yes." Since the earliest days of human history, UFOs and their occupants have been witnessed and recorded in detail. These accounts can be found in the writings of Assyria, Babylon, and ancient Egypt; in the Old Testament and apocryphal texts; in the ancient Sanskrit texts of India; in the literature and "legends" of Rome, Norway, Ireland; and in the oral traditions of many tribal cultures around the world, including those of Africa, the Hawaiian Islands, the Easter Islands, and the Americas. Humanity: The Alien Project examines ancient tablets, codices, hieroglyphs, manuscripts, scrolls, and oral traditions that describe alien encounters throughout history. These accounts span centuries, cultures and continents, but they all share the same central theme: the origins of man as it relates to the history of the "gods" and ancient UFO sightings. Author Vincenzo Macrino presents astonishing evidence that our ancestors not only observed strange objects in the skies, but at one time had a close, personal, face-to-face relationship with their occupants, and that in truth, we owe our very existence to the "gods" of the ancient world. In modern times, alien encounters have largely been covered up by media and the military or debunked as "conspiracy theories" or fiction. However, this fascinating investigation of thousands of years' worth of literature and artwork shows that such encounters occurred long before anyone had a desire to cover them up; instead, they recorded these encounters so that mankind would remember them. Are our ancestors really extraterrestrials? The wealth of evidence presented in this work invites you to investigate this theory.