Ancient Aliens and the Crusades/Holy English Empire

While there’s evidence for and against extraterrestrial visitations, there really isn’t PROOF. The Hysteria Channel show Ancient Alien came off with a whole slew of speculation mostly involving things that are a massive Rorschach Inkblot. If you’re expecting to see a spider you’ll see a spider, if you’re expecting to see a penis or Richard Nixons famous schnozzola that’s what you’ll see. The team sees a site in what’s now Pakistan that was hit with something that had a lot of heat, hard radiation and explosive force. The crater was like 50 yards across. Way too small for an atomic bomb even. But the radiation levels, the way the nearby rocks were turned to glass and the people who were lying in the streets dead, their skeletons are intact after more than 4000 years. If you go into the investigation saying “U.F.O.” that’s what you’re going to see. If you went into a similar expecting angelic manifestations, you’ll see the footprints of angels. Perception or deception. Or both. Enter the Crusaders.

After making the case, with an escape clause in every sentence “SOME researchers CLAIM that it MIGHT be …” for ANCIENT interventions, like in Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India… any place with a system for recording events… They started in on Miraculous, or Aliens? theories about direct interventions in human history.

For some reason, perhaps the Eurocentric vision of the researchers, the Alien Angels chose to intervene on behalf of the Crusaders.

In rare instances on behalf of Jews and non-Crusader Christians like the Eastern Orthodox churches and monasteries that the Tyrannic Turks and Arabs etc actually allowed, and accommodated, in Jerusalem and other Near East cities. But not when it was those institutions weren’t under attack from the Crusaders.

They point to Church iconography that shows lighted humanoid figures in the sky. If you were looking for Angelic or Demonic intervention that’s what you’d see.

If you were looking for people who were, in their turn, looking for exactly that, and more than likely under the influence of various homemade hallucinations like rye and barley products tainted with certain molds before being cooked. Green Beer = Ergot = homebrewed LSD (or sometimes just pure poison that will kill you quick) well… that too is what you’d find. If either Angels or some Interstellar Superpower doing a little gunboat diplomacy were intervening on behalf of the Crusaders, there would be a huge gap in the logic.

The Crusaders consistently LOST. That one is simple. Why would the Angels or Aliens feel that they could direct human events positively by backing Moral Retards like the Templars or Richard Couer-de-Leon? Would the alien-angels seriously have intervened in the mostly Christian-on-Christian crime spree that was the standard battle plan of the Crusaders? Richard Lionheart was kidnapped twice by and ransomed once from Fellow Christians. If the Angels seriously believed him worthy of their intervention, why not simply bust him out of the dungeon? Twice?

Anybody familiar with the Robin Hood and Ivanhoe romanticized bullshit simply knows that Wicked Cowardly Prince John taxed his English subjects (he was French so England wouldn’t matter to him more than any other vassal state would) into the dirt and beyond to fund his brothers Crusade and to pay the first ransom. Then when Brave, Noble and Good Richard came back not to Normandy but to Lincolnshire, and proclaimed his English subjects free from the tyranny of his brother and HIMSELF, pulled together a few hundred thousand more coins to finance another Crusade, got his Stupid Ass kidnapped again, the second time Prince John said “Screw you, dumbass, I ain’t bailing you out this time”.

Why would the Alien Angels back up a perverted little family like them? Or for that matter, if they for some reason felt that it needed to be done, why not do it to the hilt and establish the Holy English Empire 600 500 years earlier than Elizabeth One and King James One did?

Such is the logic of propaganda though. Whether it’s a claim that God anointed the Crusaders and especially the British to rule the world as His “new chosen people” or if the Interstellar Superpower did.

But it’s a fable built on flawed data and the inconsistencies outweigh any appearance of continuity in their narrative.

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5 Responses to Ancient Aliens and the Crusades/Holy English Empire

  1. So, what are you doing for the next couple of years? If you like this subject, then time to read the books of David Icke. They, too, have evidence but no proof, and you will be exhausted of conspiracy theories for the rest of your life… though I could tell you a couple of good stories about lizards living in Colorado springs…

  2. Avatar Karsten says:

    Christopher Williams,
    I read a little Icke years ago, and was pretty surprised to verify many things that I think you may be referring to as “conspiracy”, such as information on Monsanto Inc and the Iraqi war. The info Icke provided was quite in advance of popular awareness on such subjects. So while you use your buzzwords like “conspiracy”, consider that I can talk about flying lizards and planet X all day, and it doesn’t mean that I am wrong about everything, or that conspiracies do not exist. I really think you buzzword-people need to get in shape, as others may be waking up, and almost ready to assault your kind with critical-thinking, which would be fatal to such lame mentalities. How much longer can such simple facts of life, such as conspiracies, be denied by merely by abusing the context of the word? David Icke says some things that are absurd, and also things that are amazingly accurate. Perhaps those of the world who can think for themselves might be able to sift out relevant information, despite the parrots of the word “conspiracy”. Maybe go for variety if your imagination can stretch far enough, and use another amazing word like “paranoid”.

  3. Avatar Karsten says:

    I thought I would mention some things regarding the subject of proof, which seems to confuse many challenged thinkers. First, consider the vast proportion of legal cases that are resolved or concluded based entirely on forensic or circumstantial evidence, and hardly ever proof. The legal system is mangled, no doubt, but if we grow up for a moment, we’ll perhaps understand that secrets are more difficult to muster proof for than obvious things. Regarding UFO’s, many, many videos exist for those who are active enough to type a search into YouTube, for example. In the court of law, a video would likely be enough to conclude a case. Why do I not see a bunch of Saviors of The Lost Minds of Conspiracy Buffs running through the streets shouting “PARANOIA” at lawyers and legal personnel? I also have NEVER encountered any savior strong enough to challenge the works of Dr. Jacques Vallee. Actually, amongst the more solid evidence supporting the existence of UFO’s could be the lunatics who so wildly “debunk” them. I know, I know, swamp-gas is a big issue, but maybe some things are actually not swamp-gas? Maybe. Pardon me for harshly awakening you, or trying to, but I think it be accepted as “PROOF” that Dr. Vallee essentially proved that UFO’s exist, but not what they are. This is fair. It is not fair to mindlessly throw out sloppy statements on subjects unfamiliar. Imagine going back in time to medieval Europe with a fancy flashlight, brandishing it around a populated village and such, and then running away. You then return and observe all the people discussing the event from their obviously limited perspectives. Would you have the gonads to yell at them, or attempt to explain to them their lack of rights to express their observations because they could reproduce the results? I actually would not be surprised.

  4. Avatar Karsten says:

    Above should read: “couldn’t reproduce the results.” It is a conspiracy to randomly mangle syntax via the Anti-Strunk/White virus.

  5. My thought is, if in this instance, Aliens or Angels tried to manipulate the Crusades in favor of the Crusaders, why choose such obviously evil ones as Richard Couer-de-Leon and why did they fail? That’s evidence strongly against their intervention, not against their existence.

    With Monsanto, the evidence against them is overwhelming and involves so many dead people, and of course the 1978-79 Paraquat admissions, paraquat being a slightly different formulation from Agent Orange, the admission coming from a Government Agency, the DEA, countered neatly the faked evidence from the Pentagon saying that Agent Orange didn’t cause the cancers.

    The Iraqi WMDs, eh.
    The evidence stacked against the Bush-Blair cartel was overwhelming before the invasion and damning afterward.

    Not saying Aliens don’t exist, just they would have no reason to take sides with people who were so patently evil.

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