Ancient Aliens – Aliens and the Old West: Ancient Astronaut theorists believe aliens have been visiting earth for thousands of years.
If so, might we find evidence of this even in the stories of America’s Old West? In Aurora, Texas, the local cemetery claims to hold the body of an alien whose ship crashed there in 1897. In Utah, petroglyphs depict strange beings wearing what look like space suits. California, 19th century ranchers reported seeing an otherworldly creature emerge from Elizabeth Lake. And even in Tombstone, Arizona, the home of Wyatt Earp and the site of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, cowboys claimed to have shot at a giant, metallic bird.
Are these simply campfire tales, or did the cowboys and native people of America’s Wild West actually come in contact with alien beings from another–much more distant–frontier?
Aliens and the Old West
Aliens have always been part of Earth’s history as: Creators, Scientists, Ascended Masters or Teachers, Watchers, or simply visitors from another time and/or place – whatever the Mythology of a program dictates. Most people know that aliens were part of the Nazi Program, focused on Reality as a Biogenetic Experiment set in time linked with labs and time travel experiments. The prior grid program takes us to the Old West, or Wild West, focused on gold and the moving of consciousness into a new age.
A petroglyph is an image created by removing part of a rock surface by incising, picking, carving, or abrading, as a form of rock art. Outside North America, scholars often use terms such as “carving”, “engraving”, or other descriptions of the technique to refer to such images. Petroglyphs are found worldwide, and are often associated with prehistoric peoples.
Another form of petroglyph, normally found in literate cultures, a rock relief or rock-cut relief is a relief sculpture carved on “living rock” such as a cliff, rather than a detached piece of stone. While these relief carvings are a category of rock art, sometimes found in conjunction with rock-cut architecture, they tend to be omitted in most works on rock art, which concentrate on engravings and paintings by prehistoric or nonliterate cultures. Some of these reliefs exploit the rock’s natural properties to define an image. Rock reliefs have been made in many cultures, especially in the ancient Near East. Rock reliefs are generally fairly large, as they need to be to make an impact in the open air. Most have figures that are larger than life-size.