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Among aliens, gods and poets
Episode 3920th June 2023 • Digging Up Ancient Aliens • Fredrik Trusohamn
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Could it be conceivable that the tales of myths, legends, and divine entities are evidence of extraterrestrial interactions with our planet? It is plausible that the ancient Greek writers, historians, and intellectuals could not accurately express what they observed due to a lack of language and understanding. Additionally, is it possible that the La Danza de los Voladores, an ancient Central American tradition, proves that humans could fly five centuries ago? Most likely not but let's find out what's what with some science and skepticism.

We are not only asking questions here; we will answer them by learning more about Greek Mythology, moral philosophy, voyeuristic kings and bodyguards, and of course, mesoamerican ritual practices. So pull up a chair, relax, and let's uncover what's true or not.

In this episode:

Greek Religion and Myth 2:42

Gyges, invisibility devices and moral philosophy 28:37

Danza de los Voladores 43:17


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The intro music is Lily of the woods by Sandra Marteleur, and the outro is named “Folie hatt” by Trallskruv.