Re: Chariots of da Gods?!!

Sun, 29 Sep 96 13:05:32 GMT

In article <> "Sold my soul to Rock and Roll" writes:

>In article <>, wolf <> wrote:
>> Von Daniken may have been wacko but he raised a lot of questions.
>> Questions which since have been answered by scientist .... and not all
>> of it disproved VD's theory.
>A crisp shiny dollar to you, wschmidt, if you can point out anything Von
>Dipshit said that in any way proves persons of the alien persuasion have
>visited us--i.e., things for which there aren't simpler
>nonextraterrestrial explanations.

The most recent news from Von Daniken is that he has been quoted in a Swiss
newspaper (sorry folks -- no idea which!) as having predicted that a large
mothership will land in the next decade and that Earth is already under
surveilance from scout ships launched from the mothership, as the aliens assess
the risks from war and pestilence. For some reason, he seemed to have
completely overlooked the dangers to any self-respecting Centaurian of close
exposure to daytime television...

Once the dangers have been assessed and the Earth is classified as "harmless"
or "mostly harmless", Von D thinks that the mothership will land and the
aliens demand to be taken to the UN and also to "world leaders". So they
wouldn't want to go to McDonalds also, not even with an order to go? Is there
something about Big Macs that the management isn't telling us and could that
account for all the cattle mutilations?

Von D's predictions do tend to make one wonder how much truth there might be in
the old maxim, "quem Deus perdere vult, dementat prius".

< Paul >