Al Worden is an American astronaut and engineer who was the command module pilot of the Apollo 15 lunar mission in 1971. He is one of 24 people to have flown to the Moon.
The former Apollo 15 member said that not only were aliens real, but that they came to Earth in the distant past and created our civilization, and if we wanted to look for evidence, we just had to look at the ancient Sumerian literature.
In 2017, during a British TV show ‘Good Morning Britain’, he gave a shocking answer when a host asked why spend a lot of money on space missions when there are a lot of problems on Earth . He was asked if he believed aliens were real. The answer probably surprised everyone who watched the interview.
“We are the aliens, but we just think they are someone else. But we are the ones who came from somewhere else, because somebody else had to survive, and they got in little spaceships and then they came here and landed, and they started civilization here.
“And if you don’t believe me, go get some books on the ancient Sumerians and see what they had to say. They’ll tell you right off the bat,” Worden added.
Even more interestingly, according to Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, an intergalactic space battle took place in the solar system millions of years ago involving super-evolved aliens.
According to Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, author of Cosmic War: Interplanetary Warfare, Modern Physics, and Ancient Texts, there is ample evidence of cataclysmic and catastrophic destruction in the solar system. It suggests that two space wars took place, one 65 million years ago and the other 3.2 million years ago.
Joseph Farrell is an Oxford-trained historian specializing in alternate history, World War II and secret technologies. After a lifelong interest in alternative history, science, and ancient texts, Joseph began writing about these topics.
Rejecting the naturalistic and materialistic assumptions of catastrophism advanced by other researchers, Dr. Farrell argues that it’s time to take the ancient myths of space warfare in the skies seriously.
Using extraterrestrial artifacts, advanced ideas of modern physics and texts of ancient myths in his argument, he argues that an ancient interplanetary war was fought in our own solar system using weapons of a power and of extraordinary complexity.
Many scholars and authors of ancient history have mentioned the so-called “Technology of the Gods”, which includes not only the mystical flying machine “Vimana”, but also the powerful weapons of the gods, such as the “Vajra”, an artifact of the Anunnaki gods who throw lightning.
In his book, Dr. Farrell mentions the ancient Sumerian god Ninurta wielding “thunderbolt,” which is a replica of an electric discharge produced in a modern laboratory experimenting with plasma physics.
Dr. Farrell argues that echoes of this space war can be found in ancient Sumerian, Babylonian, Egyptian, biblical texts, Vedic tradition, as well as New World, Mayan and Aztec mythology. to the myths of certain native tribes of North America.
Clay tablets from ancient Sumer in cuneiform script tell the story of the Annunaki
But think about it: the oldest texts from the Ancient Near East are perhaps 4,000 to 5,000 years old. The Vedic texts may be 5000 or 6000 years old. Also, purely oral traditions can date information back thousands of years.
That’s a long time, but it’s nothing compared to 3.2 million years. It is incredibly ridiculous to consider the connection between an ancient manuscript dating back 6000 years and events that took place 65 million years ago.
It seems unacceptable that all civilizations, high and low, such as the Egyptians, the Mongols, the various Chinese dynasties, the Roman Empire, the Incas and the Aztecs, have come and gone in the last few thousand years.
It is true that traces of tradition and mythology have survived for thousands of years. British psychologist and author Stan Gooch, probably best known as a proponent of the “hybrid origin theory” of human evolution, presents more compelling arguments that much of our current fundamental culture is based on and actually descended from the extinct race of Neanderthals, the last of which died out around 20,000 to 30,000 years ago.
According to Gooch, modern man does not know and/or has forgotten the origin of his primary and fundamental cultural attributes (such as the development of the Zodiac and various theological concepts) and much more.
But that’s not helping Dr. Farrell. For him, even 20,000-30,000 years is nothing. Neanderthals had about 250,000 successful species. But for Dr. Farrell, it’s nothing.
According to eminent scientists, the origin of Homo sapiens dates back approximately 200,000 years. However, Dr. Farrell claims that the legends have been passed down from one civilization or another for 3.2 million years.
Although there are proponents of alternative archeology such as Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson who claim that the human species is actually billions of years old. Unfortunately, such statements are risky to say the least.
But Dr. Farrell’s space warfare scenario takes enormous advantage of the work of physicist Dr. John Brandenburg (he’s a brilliant and accomplished plasma physicist who earned his Ph.D. at UC Davis in 1981).
John Brandenburg has published two controversial books, Death on Mars and Life and Death on Mars, in which he provides highly scientific and technical justification for the fact that Mars was destroyed by nuclear weapons millions of years ago as part of of an interstellar cosmic conflict.
According to Brandenburg, Mars was destroyed when an advanced alien race dropped two million megaton bombs which exploded at strategic locations approximately 30 km above the surface of Mars.
If he’s right, that would support Dr. Farrell’s theory of ancient space warfare, but there’s a serious problem.
According to Dr. Brandenburg, Mars was hit by a nuclear attack 251 million years ago. This does not match Dr. Farrell’s 3.2 million and 65 million year period. However, Dr. Farrell can find something in his book.
According to the late Dr. Tom Van Flandern, an American astronomer specializing in celestial mechanics for the US Naval Observatory, the planet located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter exploded about 65 million years ago, or 3.2 million additional years. He finds a way to formulate his space war scenario based on a time scenario of, say, 10,000 to 15,000 years.
“I believe Van Flandern’s exploding planet hypothesis only makes sense if one is willing to accept an unnatural explanation. Of course, this is heretical on many levels, since the explanation must somehow include the presence of potential artifacts on Mars, as well as a supposed high-tech culture on the ancient parent of March.
“Curiously, the culmination of Eando Binder’s cosmic pyramid mystery comes to mind. In Binder’s novel, the asteroid belt was formed by a targeted gravitational attack that used the energy of the entire solar system. The pyramids were, in fact, gravitational generators used to manipulate spacetime,” Dr. Farrell writes.
That’s the least we can say about Dr. Farrell’s Space War. But in doing so, it offers the solution to a mystery that has long puzzled scholars, revealing the cause of this ancient war, the means by which it was fought, and the true nature of the secret technology that lies behind the ancient Tablets of Fate.