What do aliens want with humanoid sentient intelligent beings. We know that certain entities are humanoid and are considered greys. Huge almond shaped eyes that can be small as people now on earth who are called little people, dwarfs, and be three and a half to five feet tall. We think there are many types of Ancient Cultures which have various origins.
We are sharing Tall greys, and there are many civilizations and cultures who have influenced humanoids around the world. Many talk about individual societies which have been influenced by similar events. Many have elongated craniums and some cultures today still bing their childrens heads to mimic some former species on earth who must have been thought of as gods.
We are all interested in the history of our own species we call the humanoids and all that may be kindred spirits somewhere in the universe.
We are now forming various social media groups who share the ways we now do research and share our thoughts around the globe. We use cyberspace entries to do so such as this Cosmos Expo Magazine. We have begun another magazine called ERA COP Magazine. We share Tep Zepi and according to ancient Egyptians the Gods were the Netaru or the Gos who descended from the Stars. Star Goddess was ISIS. Isis was the Goddess to Sirius and the constellation of Orion is considered the nursery of stars. We believe there were those who believe their own origins was from the sky. Something we see around the world about ancient civilizations is that they had knowledge of the skies. Many well educated people today are amazed at how much history is found on the earth.
Wall carvings show in Egyptian religious beliefs and we are most interested in the pyramids.
Akhenaten descended from the Gods in the time of Tep Zepi. in 1352 Akhenaten was the 10th Pharoah of the 19th Dynasty. A ban on multiple gods was done by this one Kind and only one emblem was allowed. He was visited from a being who descended from the sky. This sun God was known as Aton. Akhenaten regarded himself as a God. He was a descendent from these celestial beings who spoke of the Sun. Egyptian Pharoahs are depicted as broad shoulders and skinny waists. It was important to show what a King ought to look like. However, there was a strange mystical look of this King Akhenaten and he shared some feminine aspects and some believe he had a pot belly, sunken chest, and misshapen head. Some egyptian researchers believe that Akhenaten was some type of alien. According to his unearthed body he did have an elongated skull. Tutenkamen was his son and was found in his tomb and remains show he also had an elongated head. ( More information).
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Dogon society is composed of several different sects:
- The Amma sect worships the highest creator god Amma. The celebration is once a year and consists of offering boiled millet on the conical altar of Amma, colouring it white. All other sects are directed to the god Amma.
- Sigui is the most important ceremony of the Dogon. It takes place every 60 years and can take several years. The last one started in 1967 and ended in 1973; the next one will start in 2027. The Sigui ceremony symbolises the death of the first ancestor (not to be confused with Lébé) until the moment that humanity acquired the use of the spoken word. The Sigui is a long procession that starts and ends in the village of Youga Dogorou and goes from one village to another during several months or years. All men wear masks and dance in long processions. The Sigui has a secret language, Sigui So, that women are not allowed to learn. The secret Society of Sigui plays a central role in the ceremony. They prepare the ceremonies a long time in advance, and they live for three months hidden outside of the villages while nobody is allowed to see them. The men from the Society of Sigui are called the Olubaru. The villagers are afraid of them, and fear is cultivated by a prohibition to go out at night, when sounds warn that the Olubaru are out. The most important mask that plays a major role in the Sigui rituals is the Great Mask or the Mother of Masks. It is several meters long, held by hand, and not used to hide a face. This mask is newly created every 60 years.
- The Lébé sect worships the ancestor Lébé Serou, the first mortal human being, who, in Dogon myth, was transformed into a snake. The celebration takes place once a year and lasts for three days. The altar is a pointed conic structure on which the Hogon offers boiled millet while mentioning in his benediction eight grains plus one. Afterwards, the Hogon performs some rituals in his house that is the home of Lébé. The last day, all the village men visit all the Binou altars and dance three times around the Lébé altar. The Hogon invites everybody that assisted to drink the millet beer.
- The Binou sect uses totems: common ones for the entire village and individual ones for totem priests. A totem animal is worshiped on a Binou altar. Totems are, for example, the buffalo for Ogol-du-Haut and the panther for Ogol-du-Bas. Normally, no one is harmed by their totem animal, even if this is a crocodile, as it is for the village of Amani (where there is a large pool of crocodiles that do not harm villagers). However, a totem animal might exceptionally harm if one has done something wrong. A worshiper is not allowed to eat his totem. For example, an individual with a buffalo as totem is not allowed to eat buffalo meat, allowed to use leather from its skin, nor even to see a buffalo die. If this happens by accident, he has to organise a purification sacrifice at the Binou altar. Boiled millet is offered, and goats and chickens are sacrificed on a Binou altar. This colours the altar white and red. Binou altars look like little houses with a door. They are bigger when the altar is for an entire village. A village altar has also the ‘cloud hook’, that will catch clouds and make it rain.
- The twin sect: The birth of twins is a sign of good luck. The enlarged Dogon families have common rituals, during which they evoke all their ancestorsback to their origin—the ancient pair of twins from the creation of the world.
- The Mono sect: The Mono altar is at the entry of every village. Unmarried young men celebrate the Mono sect once a year in January or February. They spend the night around the altar, singing and screaming and waving with fire torches. They hunt for mice that will be sacrificed on the altar at dawn.