Humanity didn’t start on Earth

I’ve finished reading Erich Von Daniken’s ‘History Is Wrong’, and found it a very useful book to have read when trying to understand the world as it is today.  This video was sent in by our old friend the artist NPP, who’s always finding good things to listen to.

Von Daniken is 80 years old, but still researching.  He is absolutely convinced that his history of humanity was founded by ancient aliens, who intend to return to earth.


One Response to “Humanity didn’t start on Earth”

  1. UglyTruth says:

    The human condition is state-based.

    person: A man considered according to the rank he holds in society, with all the rights to which the place he holds entitles him, and the duties which it imposes. 1 Bouv. Inst. no. 137. A human being considered as capable of having rights and or being charged with duties, while a “thing” is the object over which rights may be exercised.

    Black’s 2nd (1910)

    Above all: “appellari ceteros homines, esse solos eos, qui essent politi propriis humanitatis artibus” (De re publica I, xvii, 28).[29] “Thus, not all men are humani or demonstrate humanitas. Only in the civilization of the Roman Empire and its social order does humanitas count as an educational value and socio-ethical virtue. Those who live outside the Empire are not yet fully ‘human,’ they are ‘barbarians’.”[30] Two hundred years later Aulus Gellius highlighted the fact that the ‘Ancients’ — he names Varro and Cicero — had used humanitas not simply in the sense of philanthropia but also of paideia.[31]

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