Thursday, 17 June 2021

What did they ever do for us?

 

You know folks, I do a lot of research on your behalf to bring you educational, as well as informative and amusing articles for your enjoyment and entertainment.

Recently, I came upon a book entitled "What Did The Outer Space Aliens Ever Do For Us?"

Basically, it goes through various periods in history and illustrates an alien influence from outer-space. These inter-gallactic travellers visited us several times in seems and have helped previous generations over the years.

Did you know they helped build the pyramids, for instance? As well as Stonehenge, and several other huge structures we have discovered all over the world and we can't understand how the natives at the time built them?

Also they helped previous generations with medical and scientific knowledge acquired at a time when you would not expect people to have such knowledge. For example, aliens from space taught humans how to mummify a body, how to undertake delicate brain operations, how to measure the circumference of the earth, how to identify various planets and stars, how to cook pasta al dente without it being too soft and mushy, and many other things.

Have you ever wondered how the Romans built aqueducts? The space aliens did it for them.

How the Romans built straight roads and highways? The space aliens did it.

How the Romans built arches and large structures? The space aliens again.

And it was not just in Rome that the space aliens were busy. Who first came up with the idea of the Olympic Games in Greece? Space aliens.

Who taught Pythagoras the Pythagoras Theorem? Space aliens.

When you look round you today, many of the day to day items you use or enjoy have been created or inspired by outer space technology and knowledge from space aliens.

Wall-to-wall carpets? The space aliens had them in their spaceships and showed us how to use them.

Car tires and wheels? The space aliens again. Before that, cars used to sit idle in fields rusting away.

Trombones? The space aliens invented them as a joke. 

Sandals? Another joke from the space aliens, as well as high heeled shoes.

Underwear? Space aliens again. In Medieval times people did not wear underwear and got very itchy whilst riding a horse. A Southern blowing wind would soon put into hibernation the parts that no other wind would reach.

Wherever you look today you will notice space alien influence if you search and observe carefully. Paintings from old masters - space aliens. Classical music - space aliens. Haute couture - space aliens. Gourmet cooking - space aliens. 

Why do you think Edvard Munch painted his composition The Scream? He saw a space alien out of his window.

In every sphere of life it seems that over the years we have been influenced by the space aliens who visited earth and taught our forefathers, (or five fathers, or however many), to create, build, compose, or paint or do something. The space aliens influence is everywhere.

Can you think of other examples?

24 comments:

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    1. Yes Tom. I met a space-alien in the pub the other day and in his drunken stupour he told me all about it. Did you know space-aliens introduced beer to the world? They use it as fuel for their spaceships. Not many people know that.

      God bless.

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  2. Well, this post is certainly out of this world, Victor!
    Blessings!

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    1. Maybe it is, Martha; but it's all true. See my comment to Tom above.

      God bless you.

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  3. I long suspected some of my professors were aliens! Just wish they'd get busy and do something about cancer or ALS, you know?

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    1. Indeed, Mevely. I hope they find cures to our many illnesses and diseases.

      God bless always.

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  4. It sounds like aliens make ALL the big discoveries.

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    1. They invented spaghetti, you know!

      God bless, Kathy.

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  5. I guess aliens are real talented beings from another galaxy.

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    1. Yes they are, Bill. They travel by night so they can move faster than the speed of light.

      God bless, my friend.

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    2. I wonder if there were poets and writers among the aliens? Hmm, it might be interesting to do research on that. Thanks for an entertaining story, Blessings

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    3. Yes there were, Nells. Shakespeare was influenced by space aliens.

      ‘There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.’
      (Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 5)

      'What light through yonder window breaks.’
      (Romeo and Juliet, Act 2, Scene 2) {After seeing a spaceship in the sky}

      ‘Neither a borrower nor a lender be’
      (Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 3) {After a space alien asked him for a cup of sugar}

      God bless.

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    1. Yes. The truth is out there.

      God bless, Happyone.

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  7. I only hope they are friendly. I suspect they are, they've been around for a while.

    Strange figures carved in the land only visible from the sky, far older than any means of flight that we know of.

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    1. Yes, I guess they are friendly, JoeH. Invisible too, because no one managed to take a photo of them on their cell-phone.

      God bless.

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  8. I hope they come tomorrow and finish painting our window trim. I will let you know. I don't think you said, but "Do they charge anything for their help?"

    Sherry & jack over here.

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    1. They don't charge, Jack. That's why they're always so busy and no one has seen them long enough to take a photo.

      God bless.

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  9. You'd think they'd have taught us how not to fight each other by now!

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    1. They are fighting each other as to what is the best method to teach us.

      God bless, Mimi.

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  10. Of course!

    Shag carpet!!

    Bell bottoms!!!

    The maxi-skirt!!!!

    It all makes sense now!!!!!

    It's the aliens. They're sending their lunatic asylum overflow here!!!!!! ;)

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    1. Yes, they helped humanity with all these things you mention, Brian. We owe them so much.

      God bless you.

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