Oxford Scholar Believes Two Cosmic Wars Happened In Our Solar System Between Advanced ETs

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The world was not ready when the Apollo 15 Astronaut Al Worden said in a live interview that humans are the ancient aliens who came down to Earth and started civilization here. He referenced Ancient Sumerian texts for it. More interestingly, according to Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, there have been some kind of intergalactic space battle involving super-advanced extraterrestrials that took place in our solar system millions of years ago.

The author of the book “The Cosmic War,” Dr. Joseph P. Farrell says there is ample evidence across our solar system of cataclysmic and catastrophic destruction events. He suggests that two cosmic wars took place, one 65 million years ago, and another 3.2 million years ago.

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The Cosmic War: Interplanetary Warfare, Modern Physics, and Ancient Texts: A Study in Non-Catastrophist Interpretations of Ancient Legends by Joseph P. Farrell

Note: Joseph Farrell is an Oxford educated historian who specializes in alternative history, World War II, and secret technologies. After a lifelong interest in alternative history, science, and a fascination for ancient texts, Joseph started writing on these subjects in 2001.

Rejecting the naturalist and materialist assumptions of catastrophism forwarded by other researchers, Dr. Farrell says that it is time to take the ancient myths of a Cosmic War in the heavens seriously. Incorporating extraterrestrial artifacts, cutting-edge ideas in contemporary physics, and the texts of ancient myths into his argument, he maintains that ancient interplanetary war was fought in our own solar system with weapons of extraordinary power and sophistication.

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Many ancient history scholars and authors have mentioned the so-called “Technology of the gods,” which includes not only the mystical flying machine “Vimana,” but also powerful weapons of the gods, for example, “Vajra,” an artifact of the Anunnaki gods which shoots lightning.

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Sumerian god Ninurta wielding a “thunderbolt”

In the book, Dr. Farrell mentions the ancient Sumerian god Ninurta wielding a “thunderbolt” that is a dead-solid ringer for an electrical discharge produced in a modern lab that experiments with plasma physics.

Dr. Farrell asserted that the echoes of this cosmic war are reflected in the ancient texts of the Sumerians, Babylonians, Egyptians, Biblical texts, Vedic tradition, and also New World mythology, from the Maya and Aztecs to the myths of some native North American tribes.

But think about it: the oldest texts from the ancient Mideast are perhaps 4,000 to 5,000 years old. Vedic texts may go back as far as 5,000 or 6,000 years. Besides, purely oral traditions might possibly push the information back a few thousand more years. That’s a long time, but it’s nothing compared to 3.2 million years. It is ridiculous beyond belief to consider a connection between a 6,000-year-old ancient manuscript with events that happened 65 million years ago!

It sounds unacceptable that all of the civilizations, high and low such as the Egyptians, the Mongols, the various Chinese dynasties, the Roman Empire, the Inca, and the Aztecs have come and gone in just the past few thousand years. The Soviets’ period was only 75 years.

It is true that the traces of traditions and mythology have survived thousands of years. British psychologist and author Stan Gooch, who is probably best known as the proponent of a “hybrid-origin theory” of human evolution, makes a ra ther compelling case that much of our fundamental culture today is underpinned and actually derived from the extinct Neanderthal race, that last of which died out about 20,000 to 30,000 years ago.

Gooch said the modern man is unaware of and/or has forgotten the origins of its primary, fundamental cultural attributes (such as the development of the Zodiac and various god/theological concepts) and so much more.

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Joseph P. Farrell. Image in public domain

But it does not help Dr. Farrell. As for him, even 20,000 to 30,000 years is nothing. The Neanderthals had an approximately 250,000 run as a successful species. But it’s nothing for Dr. Farrell.

According to mainstream scientists, the origin of Homo sapiens is about 200,000 years. Yet Dr. Farrell is making the case that legends were handed down by one civilization or another for 3.2 million years.

Though there are alternative archaeology proponents like Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson, who says the human species is actually billions of years old. Unfortunately, such statements are certainly on the fringe, to say the least.

But Dr. Farrell’s cosmic war scenario gets a tremendous shot in the arm from the work of physicist Dr. John Brandenburg (He is a brilliant and accomplished plasma physicist who earned his Ph.D. from the University of California at Davis in 1981).

Dr. John Brandenburg published two controversial books — “Death on Mars” and “Life and Death on Mars” — in which he makes a highly scientific and rigorously technical case that Mars was destroyed by nuclear weapons millions of years ago as part of some sort of interstellar cosmic conflict.

Brandenburg said Mars was wiped out when some advanced extraterrestrial race dropped two one-million-megaton bombs that exploded in strategic locations about 20 miles above the Martian surface.

If he is correct, that would be a benefit for Dr. Farrell’s theory about an ancient cosmic war, but there is a major problem.

According to Dr. Brandenburg, Mars was nuked 251 million years ago. That does not go along with Dr. Farrell’s timelines of 3.2 million and 65 million years ago. However, Dr. Farrell might be onto something in his book, “The Cosmic War.”

According to late Dr. Tom Van Flandern, an American Astronomer specializing in celestial mechanics for the U.S. Naval Observatory, a planet in between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter was exploded around 65 million years ago or as early as 3.2 million years ago. He finds some way to frame his cosmic war scenario within a time scenario of, say, 10,000 to 15,000 years.

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Thomas Van Flandern (1940-2009). Image credit: Wikimedia Commons

“I suggest that Van Flandern’s Exploded Planet Hypothesis makes sense only if one is willing to entertain a nonnatural explanation. Of course, this is heretical on several levels, as the explanation must somehow encompass the presence of potential artifacts on Mars as well as a presumed high-tech culture on Mars’ erstwhile parent. “Strangely, the revelatory climax from Eando Binder’s Puzzle of the Space Pyramids comes to mind. In Binder’s novel, the asteroid belt was formed by a focused gravity assault that harnessed the energy of the entire solar system. The pyramids of the title were essentially gravity generators used to manipulate space-time,” Dr. Farrell wrote.

It is the least to say about Dr. Farrell’s Cosmic War. But in doing so, he offers a solution to an enigma that has long mystified researchers, disclosing the cause of that ancient war, the means by which it was waged, and the real nature of the secret technology behind the ancient “Tablets of Destinies.”

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