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‘Ancient Aliens’ Season 6, Episode 9: ‘Aliens and Forbidden Islands’

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“Ancient Aliens” season 6, episode 9:  “Aliens and Forbidden Islands” airs November 29, on the History Channel at 10 p.m. EST.

On this week’s episode:

“Legends of lost and mysterious islands, advanced civilizations and Eden-like paradises have been told by sailors throughout human history.

Is it possible these stories are more than just the myths of imaginative seafarers?

Might evidence of our Ancient Alien origins be found by exploring the world’s most remote islands–strategic spots where extraterrestrials may have once made their earthly homes… and possibly still visit today?

Unidentified submersible objects going at lightning speed… strange crafts coming out of water near remote volcanic islands… and mystifying megalithic ruins in the middle of the ocean.

Is it possible UFO activity could be hidden deep underwater and off the coasts of islands?

Could this explain why so many islands around the world have stories of unexplained sightings of objects both overhead and beneath the sea going back centuries?

The series description reads:

“Ancient Aliens” is based on the 1968 bestselling book “Chariots of the Gods” by Erich von Daniken, a book based on the theory of “ancient aliens” that rocked people’s beliefs in mankind’s progress. Ancient cave drawings of strange creatures, remains of landing strips in Peru, and Indian texts that describe the “flying machines of the gods” were just a few of the odd archaeological artefacts cited by von Daniken as proof that ancient astronauts were well known to our ancestors.

Produced with the exclusive cooperation of von Daniken himself, ‘Ancient Aliens’  launches all-new expeditions to seek out and evaluate this evidence, with a concentration on the latest discoveries of the last 30 years, including unusual DNA findings on man’s evolution and newly decoded artifacts from Egypt to Syria to South America. It is a balanced investigation into a theory some believe cannot be true, but many agree cannot be ignored.”


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