I don't buy into this 'all people originated from Africa' BS.
Maybe people did, when Continents were all joined...
But looking at the surface distinctions amongst different peoples, Asian, Caucasions, Negroid, Indian...the distinctions are to radical to think 'weather' adaptation is the reason why people quickly evolved current features.
These radical physical adaptations would of had to occurred quickly, and then just suddenly stopped. Cause today you see no more such adaptations.
White Europeans have been living in South Africa now for over 400 years, yet are still white, there's no sign that a White European living in Africa, is genetically turning negroid, or black.
I think whoever engineered life on earth made physical distinctions deliberately, cause that's how they wanted it.
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If you observe how humans, animals insects and reptiles interact with one another, or have, over the eons, I sometimes wonder if not each one or classification of life, indeed had a different creator with a different mission.
I mean why would the God of man, then turn around and create a spider?
Why would the God who created man, then turn around and create this?
And not only that, by why so much seemingly naturally hostility, almost built in hostility, between people of different color, shades, and nationalities?
Where does that hostility come from?
And all the 1000's of different languages?
Take Europe for example.
How could people raised so geographically close together evolve to speak such radically different languages?
It would be equivalent to people in the United States all speaking radically evolved languages from State to State.
If there was one God, one Creator with the same purpose of uniting mankind, then you'd think there'd only be one language, taught to man by God.
I mean how do you get English language from Arabic?
Many say the Arabian languages are very ancient, and spoken during bible times, but how do you go from Arabic to English or French or Native American ect.
And mind you 1000's of languages have already gone extinct!
In the past seemed you walked 20 miles and had to speak a different language.
Why would one God with the intended purpose of uniting mankind, their creation, then go about creating such distinctions between people know that these distinctions would create divisions down the road based on human nature, animal nature?
Something just feels really 'off' about what we've all been told about creation and the 'God' most think, want to believe, they serve.
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Saw a show today about 'Monster Catch', as man on Discovery channel goes around world catching giant exotic fish.
Exotic to 'us' maybe, but to the fish it's just another life form trying to live and has no idea why it was created the way it was anymore or less than man.
Man just thinks he knows why 'he' was created and in what image based on writings.
When I saw that large pre historic looking fish struggling at end of fishermans line, it just all looked mean to me at that moment. The fisherman did let it go, but still the stress that gigantic fish felt while struggling, just seemed mean.
The fish doesn't feel inferior to man, but man feels superior to that large fish.
Something created that fish, and others like it, that have swam around in brownish Amazon rivers for 1000's of years, going about their existence totally unaware of man or anything else outside it's river environment.
Who or what created these things?
Did the Jesus of the new testament create this?
Did the Islamic God create this?
If so why would God create 1000's of random species that have no apparent role in any higher community?
Something doesn't add up.
This fish comes from an egg and sperm, so does man.
I mean why would 'gods' be born and come to being just like a fish?
The fish is born or laid, so is man basically.
The fish is conceived out of nothing, so is man.
DNA determines the fish to be one way, DNA determines mans structure be another way.
Why would 'God' make man conceive himself on Earth the same way a fish does?
Yet man is different?
Our bodies die, the fishes body dies, rots, yet man goes onto heaven but the fish doesn't?
None of us existed before we were born into a living body, nor did that fish.
Something doesn't add up.
Man is 'god like' but the fish isn't?
That fish, if left alone, can live 10 plus years, lurking in water, doing what? thinking what?
Obviously it's life matters to self or would not put up struggle when caught.
To vast to figure out now, but want to keep following this trail.
Aliens = other biological life forms, that even though may have planted the seeds of life on this Earth, in no way shape or form have the ability to extend conscious life after death, as they're bio creatures just as man is, just maybe more advanced.
God = a divine spirit, with supernatural powers and abilities that go beyond physics, and has the power to extend conscious life after death, and memory as well, so that ones existence is continual, eternal.
Personally, I much rather prefer that a divine God is the source of life on this planet rather than biological Aliens, space frogs.
If man was created by space frogs, or Aliens, than I just don't see what there is to be optimistic about, that would simply mean man is higher form of a goat or turtle or baboon.
Sure, while alive, may be able to grasp more, but whats it matter if mans fate is the same as a donkey, when dead and gone.
I take much more comfort in knowing there's a divine God, with ability to continue ones conscious life after death. Fairy tale or not, I find much more comfort in that, than just blacking out into nothing.
I really have no use for space frogs if they're the ones who created life on Earth...and would mean that everything is totally objective and that there's no moral absolutes if it's all based on space frogs, I certainly hope not.
Even love, what love is, would have to be examined in whole different light if Love is simply a product of DNA programing and not or divine origin.
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The older I get, observe things, the harder it is for me to believe one Israeli God bio engineered all peoples, life on Earth
I don't know, but the older I get, study history, other nations, other past cultures, animals, insects, ect, the harder it is for me to believe an Israeli God created all life on Earth, or such variance in people, language and cultures that have existed for many 1000's of years.
I mean why would Jesus create these???
Yet the leeches think they're every bit as important and relevant as you or I do.
They survive on blood, sucking blood from other living creatures. Why would Jesus feel the need to create such creatures?
In the bible, after 6 day creation God said 'All is good'...how are leeches good?
Something just doesn't add up.
And people, all the different people with such radically different physical features who naturally resent one another.
There's more to this story than bible or Koran lets onto..
Last Edit: Oct 23, 2015 22:57:47 GMT -5 by X factor
After watching H2, history channel 2, which covers a lot of 'Alien theorist' or something like that.
When you watch the programing, if honest with self, the things, theories they discussed, backed up with archeological evidence, really begins to steer you further and further from one divine God being over all, as told in the bible.
The more you watch the show, the various programs about ancient civilizations, the more it seems maybe we were indeed planted here by Alien beings.
I mean this show really broadens your perspective on things.
So many people have walked the Earth, lived and died before me, you, us, and all died believing in their own form of salvation, deities ect, but none of their beliefs kept them alive, billions have walked the face of this Earth going back before the birth of Jesus and or Mohammad or any other modern Mosaic religion.
Makes no sense that all these people, civilizations on different continents, would all have to funnel their salvation through Jesus, whom many of them never even heard of.
And God being all powerful, why wouldn't God just instead of going straight back to Heaven, have given a tour of the world and personally introduced himself to millions?
That would make more sense to me...
I mean why would Jesus just rush to fly back to Heaven, knowing he'd be away for over 2000 years now?
If Jesus had done a tour first, like rock bands, then millions of more would of instantly believed, instead 100's of million more souls have been allowed to be born into cultures and religions that to no fault of their own, don't recognize Jesus as their savior.
And you can't blame them really.
I mean how often does any of us convert to another nations religion?
In modern times almost never, in the past it was done so by force by conquering forces or colonies ect, or today done by force by violent Islamist (actually seems they don't even want to convert people anymore, seems they just blow people up before even giving them a chance to convert)
20 years ago I would of never thought or considered what I'm writing about now.
But sometimes I think life is easier when you just lock yourself into one belief and tell yourself over and over again that 'your loved' by a divine God that you'll never see until physically dead, and then this divine God will resurrect your soul, pick you out of billions, just cause you're you, believed and had faith.
Life is more soothing when you believe that.
I just hope whatever awaits on the next side isn't a demon...