Wednesday, October 5, 2011

UFOs Have Visited, Compensation Upcoming Film Maya

According to film producer Raul Julia-Levy, foreigners in contact with the Mayan civilization in Mexico thousands of years - and he says he will prove that in an upcoming film, "Revelations of the Maya 2012 and beyond."

Unsubstantiated claims of ancient astronauts in the Americas have done for decades, as evidenced by Erich von Däniken, author of the classic best-sellers of pseudoscience "Chariots of the Gods: Unsolved Mysteries of the Past" (Putnam , 1968). Von Daniken wrote that the ancient Egyptians had neither the intelligence nor the tools to build massive pyramids of Giza, so they were made by foreigners.

Some say the giant drawings in the desert of Nazca in Peru was created by spaceships. In fact, the Nazca lines created by the Nazca Indians, probably as part of a ritual ceremony.

While the claims in this documentary directed by Julia-Levy (son of late actor Raul Julia) are nothing new - but the evidence of these claims is said to be.

What is this world sinking further proof? The filmmakers are shy about what they have (they want you to go see the movie), but a statement released by Luis Augusto García Rosado, Minister of Tourism for the Mexican state of Campeche, issued a statement that the contact between the Maya and the aliens are "supported by translations of certain codes." (A surprising revelation was announced by a responsible tourism - and not, say, a professional archaeologist or anthropologist from the Smithsonian Institution - raises suspicions that can not be based on sound science.)

García Rosado, also called "dissolution of the jungle washer" dating back three millennia. It is unclear why foreigners should be the name of the landing pad for their space ships, as many of the eyewitnesses of (suspected) alien ship suggest that they can land just about any terrain (though perhaps a technology alien landing improved over the last 3000 years).

Julia-Levy and others involved in the film was not available for comment.

Ken Feder, author of "fraud, myths and mysteries: Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology" (McGraw-Hill, 2010) and "Encyclopedia of Archaeology in doubt" (Greenwood, 2011), Little Mysteries of Life said it has heard these arguments above, and consider their offensive as well as the ancient Maya and modern audiences.

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