Originally Posted by dr wu23
Ok...fair enough, but he seemed to imply in his theory (at least the way I read it) that the aliens did give some warning to ancient man and did this by couching it in symbology we would have understood at that time and that overtime we forgot or lost the original meaning and it has not survived in a way we can understand today. Is that a wrong interpretation of his idea?
IYO what specific data implies that they are linked and how did ancient man receive this knowledge? Did aliens literally talk to ancient man in their various languages and how did they impart this knowledge since ancient man would not really understand the concept of galactic super waves? And does Onlychild believe that aliens are going to save earth or what?
No, it is not implied. OC's delivery is not the best and I worked diligently like you are doing now to get it ironed out. It wasn't easy as, in the telling, Onlychild can and does skip steps so one has to keep at it. But you basically have it right. The symbol though wasn't given by ET. It also wasn't forgotten or lost but the data was. The meaning of it was changed and the changed meaning is what we have now and why we are now in the dark as to why UFOs are in our skies.
As far as I can surmise, The first episode of the superwave idea was not known by Humans ahead of time. UFOs though showed up and made sure Mankind didn't get wiped out. That was the beginning of any knowledge of their existence by anyone back then.
After that, Humans had the story and, in passing the experience down to descendants, created a symbol to represent that episode. Up until now probably no civilization understood the nature of the threat of superwaves, or even super volcanoes like Yellostone's for that matter. They didn't really need that kind of information at all; only that if "gods" appear in the sky that they were there to help. That is what the symbol recieved from their ancestors conveyed.
As far as linking data to ET intervention? It can only be by default of reason. Jumps in architural knowledge, astronomy, gaps in Human presence, disapperances of civilizations on a wide scale etc. that coincide with cometary knowledge, geological histories, and whatever can be tied in from early writings of disaster accounts. By early wrting I mean those that were likely oral in their original form before being written.
It is truly the science that will buoy up this theory; for without science this would be no better than an overblown speculatory wild idea, no better than all the other conjectured senarios floating around and portrayed as fact when there isn't and cannot be one shred of proof brought forth. There is no doubt in anyone's mind that backing up any concept with a factual record keeps things out the hypothetical.
Remember though that this a theory and, even though there are facts, the theory can change. But for now the facts do support this model.