7.12 – THE ALIEN AGENDA (5.1.15)


Egypt, 391 AD. The Great Library of Alexandria, which houses perhaps the most extensive collection of knowledge in the ancient world, is set aflame. It is burned by decree of Emperor Theodosius I, who has deemed many of the works contained at the library unorthodox and heretical. Built by the Egyptians in the 3rd-century BC, the Library of Alexandria was said to contain as many as a million scrolls on a wide variety of topics, including astronomy, mathematics, physics, medicine and philosophy.

“The Library at Alexandria was the greatest library of the ancient world – thousands and thousands of scrolls, all of the ancient science, all of the ancient wisdom, the occult lore, the literature. But as regimes changed, there was a fear that perhaps there were heresies in those volumes.”

– Jonathan Young, Ph.D.
(Founding Curator, Joseph Campbell Archives)

“As Christianity grew and became a more powerful religion, they began to see some of the learning that was part of ancient civilization as evil. So, all of the astronomy, all of the technological knowledge, all of the philosophy had to be destroyed.”

– Sabina Magliocco, Ph.D.
(Prof. of Anthropology & Folklore, CSU Northridge)

“There was ancient technologies that were lost. We know this from modern historical record. Technologies working with systems like magnetism, crystals, energy – like the Ark of the Covenant. We know these things existed, but we don’t know what was the nature of their existence.”

Rabbi Ariel Bar Tzadok (Founder, KosherTorah School)

“Some of those books were the history of our planet going back to 100,000 years, even. So, when these books were all destroyed, it was a way of setting the knowledge back to zero.”

David Childress (Author, Technology of the Gods)

Of the volumes once held by the vast library, researchers have estimated that 95% of the knowledge that was recorded there was incinerated, plunging humanity back thousands of years in its evolution. But why? Was the Library of Alexandria burned down simply because the Catholic Church considered some of its contents to be heretical? Ancient Astronaut Theorists suggest there may have been another, perhaps extraterrestrial agenda. behind its destruction.

According to an official NASA document published in 2007, titled “Unidentified Flying Objects in Classical Antiquity,” there were a remarkable number of mysterious encounters during the rise and fall of the Roman Empire.

“They didn’t use the term “UFO” or “flying saucer” back in the times of the Romans and the Greeks, but they spoke about things like sky armies, shields, ships. And, I mean, this is history.”

Nick Pope (British Ministry of Defense, 1985-2006),
(Author, Open Skies, Closed Minds)

“There’s a very interesting report by Cicero. And what that was is that there was a sphere in the sky, which then divided into smaller spheres. This reflects the classic UFO reports that we get today, where there’s just one big object, usually a sphere, and then it suddenly breaks apart and these smaller subsets go flying around.”

William Bramley (Author, The Gods of Eden)

This report from the 1st-century BC was just one of over 100 unexplained sightings, recorded during the Roman Empire.

“There’s one remarkable story after another in the Roman Empire of the appearance of spaceships influencing battles. And it leaves the appearance that these extraterrestrial beings had a direct bearing on the outcome of some of these battles and these wars.”

– William Henry (Author / Investigative Mythologist),
(Author, Freedom’s Gate), (The Judgment Day Device),
(Lost Secrets of the Watchers), (The Secret of Sion),
(Egypt: The Greatest Show on Earth)

Of all the unexplained sightings, the most famous was reported by Emperor Constantine the Great on October 27, 312 AD, at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge, which would win him the throne and change Western civilization forever.

“The real moment of truth for Constantine came when he was engaged in the midst of a great battle. He claimed to have seen a cross appear in the sky over the battlefield. At that point, he made a vow to Christ that if he won the battle, he would convert to Christianity for good and he would make Christianity the state religion of the Roman Empire.”

– Sabina Magliocco, Ph.D.
(Prof. of Anthropology & Folklore, CSU Northridge)

“The vision of Constantine was extremely significant. They thought it was some kind of message: fight this battle and establish this form of Christianity.”

    – William Bramley (Author, The Gods of Eden)

Shortly after Constantine became emperor of Rome, religious wars broke out between the Christians, Jews and pagans. It was during these wars that the first attacks were made on the Library of Alexandria, ultimately leading to its total destruction in 391 AD. And according to some Ancient Astronaut Theorists, this was done at the direction of those extraterrestrial beings that were responsible for Constantine’s vision at the Milvian Bridge.

“The Roman Empire, in many ways, was ahead of its time. Now, was this something that caught the attention of intelligent extraterrestrials? Did it give them cause for concern? Were these UFO sightings at the time of the Roman Empire a monitoring process, and maybe humanity was just pegged back a little bit?”

Nick Pope (British Ministry of Defense, 1985-2006),
(Author, Open Skies, Closed Minds)

Is it possible the alleged UFO sightings throughout the Roman Empire indicate that there is an extraterrestrial agenda to hold back the progress of humanity? Or might there be an even more incredible explanation? Some Ancient Astronaut Theorists claim there may not be just one alien agenda but several.


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