The History Channel (among others) has promoted the notion of Earth being visited by extraterrestrials enough; it's nothing new to me (unlike most people) as it is old news for my highly intuitive, remarkably intelligent self, but still... What rock have you been living under lately? Since when did looking up into the skies and to envision other worlds and intelligent beings out there amid the chaos of creation, get to be so boogy-boogy creative and cosmically untold? Oh, I get it... It is now acceptable to believe in life outside of planet Earth via the media, so now it is okay to talk about it in public. Whatever...
The Nazca Lines is just another ancient mystery that many folks can blame on worldly mundane causes or, for some of us, perhaps otherworldly aliens and whatnot. Whatever the case is, just make sure you throw the word "ancient" in there when you're explaining such things, you know, for the authentic effect; ha-ha! Is it, oh, could it be, lets see... Ancient Aliens from another world or planet?
At any less-than-crazy rate, I'm posting a quick YouTube video below, that speaks about the Nazca Lines in Peru:
Side Note: I get so sick and tired of seeing all those stupid comments on YouTube! I'm leaning more and more towards the notion that YouTube should just remove the comment field altogether. More times than not, reading the comments on some of these videos (not necessarily this one; just saying...) only makes you realize how the majority of the people on planet Earth (at least the ones online) are uneducated idiots that are often spoiled, senseless prima donnas that are rebellious and unruly without a cause, in which many of them should have their Internet privileges took away, just for being a complete imbecilic being amid the cyber-based society - but then again, if it wasn't for the flaming fools of stupidity with Internet access, the online marketing campaigns and advertisements couldn't thrive as well as they do now. So, with my apologies, I take those last couple of insulting comments back, as the confused heathens that I just spoke about, are evidently allowed online just to make many of us web-savvy people some damn money; Ha-ha!
To be more germane towards the topic at hand, here is a relevant link for ya:
"Were the Nazca Lines created by ancient astronauts / aliens?"
Oh, speaking of aliens and the "Extraterrestrial Hypothesis" per Wikipedia, the "Official White House Position" on this matter states this vague response of utter legislative jargon: "In November 2011, the White House released an official response to two petitions asking the U.S. government to acknowledge formally that aliens have visited Earth and to disclose any intentional withholding of government interactions with extraterrestrial beings. According to the response, "The U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race." Also, according to the response, there is "no credible information to suggest that any evidence is being hidden from the public's eye." The response further noted that efforts, like SETI, the Kepler space telescope and the NASA Mars rover, continue looking for signs of life. The response noted "odds are pretty high" that there may be life on other planets but "the odds of us making contact with any of them—especially any intelligent ones—are extremely small, given the distances involved." ...My response to that cute little exchange of words = "ha-ha-ha!"
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