In a new article at his UFO Conjectures blog titled “Something almost odd…” Rich Reynolds touches upon Mac Tonnies’ 2010 book, The Cryptoterrestrials. Its subtitle: A Meditation on Indigenous Humanoids and the Aliens Among Us. Tonnies’ third book happened to be his last one. He died in 2009. Given that the book, and its theories, are now being discussed again, I thought I would give you my thoughts on Tonnies’ particularly controversial theory on UFOs and aliens. Namely, that our presumed visitors are really the vestiges of an ancient race of beings that have always lived right here on planet Earth. In other words, the ETs – that so many people believe in – are really from here and nowhere else. But, to protect themselves from being exposed, they present themselves as aliens from faraway worlds. It’s certainly not a new theory, but Tonnies gave the whole thing a good spin. He also presented some thoughts and ideas that, admittedly, made a lot of sense. On the other hand, though, the scenario has its flaws, too. With that said, let’s have a look at the scenario of the “aliens that actually aren’t” and try and figure out what the truth might really be.
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