When UFOs Arrive
The Day The Gods Fell To Earth



When UFOs Arrive
The Day The Gods Fell To Earth

 
Some writers have proposed that intelligent extraterrestrial beings have visited Earth in antiquity or prehistory and made contact with humans. Such visitors are called ancient astronauts or ancient aliens.

Proponents suggest that this contact influenced the development of human cultures, technologies and religions.

A common variant of the idea is that deities from most, if not all, religions are actually extraterrestrials, and their technologies were taken as evidence of their divine status.



An examination of secretive government policies for dealing with extraterrestrial visitation from the military reporting guideline "JANAP-146", to a curious chapter in a FEMA disaster guide on what to do in case of a UFO crash.

UFO Files is an American documentary television series that was produced from 2004 to 2007 for The History Channel.

The program covered the phenomena of unidentified flying and submerged objects, close encounters with alleged extraterrestrial life, and alleged military and government cover-up conspiracies.

UFO religion is an informal term used to describe a religion that equates UFO occupants with gods or other semi-divine beings.

Typically, the UFO occupants are held to be extraterrestials and that humanity either currently is, or eventually will become, part of a preexisting extraterrestrial civilization.

Others may incorporate UFOs into a more supernatural world-view in which the UFO occupants are more akin to angels than physical aliens, though, ultimately this distinction may become blurred within this worldview.

Adherents believe that the arrival or rediscovery of alien civilizations, technologies and spirituality will enable humans to overcome their current ecological, spiritual and social problems.

Issues such as hatred, war, bigotry, poverty and so on are said to be resolvable through the use of superior alien technology and spiritual abilities.

Such belief systems are described as millenarian in their outlook.

UFO religions have predominantly developed in technologically advanced societies, particularly in the United States, Canada, France and the United Kingdom. The term flying saucers and the popular notion of the UFO originated in 1947.

The 1950s saw the creation of UFO religions, with the advent of the contactees. The 1990s saw renewed interest, though such religious groups had never gone away.

Proponents cite ancient mythologies to support their viewpoints based on the idea that ancient creation myths of gods who descend from the heavens to Earth to create or instruct humanity are actually representations of alien visitors, whose superior technology accounts for their reception as gods.

Proponents attempt to draw an analogy to occurrences in modern times when isolated cultures are exposed to Western technology, such as when, in the early 20th century, "cargo cults" were discovered in the South Pacific: cultures who believed various Western ships and their cargo to be sent from the gods as fulfillment of prophecies concerning their return.

The Day The Gods Fell To Earth


For half a century now, persistent rumors have led to believe that flying saucers might have crashed in various places of our planet and that, in some cases, people succeeded in recovering some of the creatures which were on board.

UFOs Under Investigation goes in search of those gods who fell to Earth.

This documentary takes a definitive, scientific look at the current state of the search for UFOs, documenting many many sightings which have been debunked.

But more importantly, bringing viewers up to date on the most famous UFO investigations which still remain unsolved and unexplained to this very day!


Take an authoritative, scientific look at the current state of UFO investigation. This exciting series explores sightings, debunks myths, and exposes intriguing extraterrestrial encounters that remain unsolved to this day.

It offers a different perspective to ufology than the more usual "Murrican" approach, and viewers will likely find it refreshing. The re-enactments are well-done, and the images behind the voice-overs are visually interesting, in a narrative style.