If you have any theories, please do post them. Whether you've came up with them yourself or not. Here's a few of my own...although I did find out afterwards that there are similar theories out there... ======================= Explaining the Bible - Adam & Eve = Cloning/DNA Splicing - Virgin Mary/Birth of Jesus = Artificial Insemination - Jesus having the ability to perform "miracles" = Having the direct DNA from our "creator(s)", he happened to have a portion of their "powers". - Star of Bethlehem = UFO - Joseph being visited by an "angel" = Alien Visitation - Angels = Alien Beings. - The Apocalypse = End of Earth (Possibly the entire Galaxy) - The Rapture = Survivors being taken to another planet/galaxy via UFO. - Heaven = It literally means "The Skies", hence Heaven must be another galaxy/planet from whence our creator(s) came. - God = Either a group of scientists or an individual. Because of time passing differently on other planets, one can assume that God has a normal lifespan, but to him/her/them 2 million years to us, is only 30 minutes to him/her/them. ====================== The Big Bang - What if there was a "Big Collapse", which actually caused the "Big Bang"? - Supposing this was true, this would mean that the universe itself is finite. - At which point, the universe will eventually expand to the point where it will collapse upon itself, re-creating life again. - Now, I will introduce a theory called "Eternal Recurrence", which is basically a theory that states that the universe has been recurring and will continue to recur for an infinite amount of times. This theory makes the Big Bang/Big Collapse theory make more sense. As the universe is eternally recurring, so does the life in the universe. - What if Deja Vu was actually a glimpse into this recurrence? That when you experience it, you have experienced that situation before, but are unaware of it due to our brain's capacity limits. - And what about ghosts? What if this too is just a glimpse into the recurrence? That it's NOT dead people, per say; but rather... a rift between the dimensions of time? Which brings me to the next theory... =================== Time Doesn't Exist - What if time doesn't actually exist? It is, after all, a man-made concept in order to organize our society's structure. We believe that time is passing, but what if our minds make us believe that time is passing; and that everything is actually happening at once? Our births, growing up, death, etc. are all one small "frame", made up of multiple dimensions. - I'll have to come back to this one to add more information because I forgot most of this theory. Lol. ============ Thoughts, theories, whatever?