I sat here and stared at the "reply to thread" screen for at least 10 minutes without typing a word.
I usually am a very skilled writer. I can usually portray my point directly, leaving little to no room for misinterpretation.
I have a good understanding of human history, many types of sciences, as well as theology.
Many, many, many items in all of those categories can imply that there have been influences, outside of the realm of current human general knowledge, acting on the human species, historically, physically, and psychologically.
The source of this influence is as of yet unproven, be it some type of omnipotent God(s), or another species (one or more) from elsewhere in the cosmos, or even from another dimension. Who is to say?
What I do know, though, is that, to rule out any one of the aforementioned possibilities is not logical. There simply is not enough evidence to disprove any of them.
I, for one, believe that ALL may carry some aspect of truth, and that, if any of those possibilities we not possible, the human mind would not even be able to conceive the notion.
It is clear that you have a limited understanding and perspective, however, this is not a physical restraint of the functioning of your brain, rather, it is a choice you have made, in limiting your understanding.
What kind of creation would humanity be, if humans were to not reach their full potential, as far as capacity of understanding is concerned.
I guess what I am trying to say is, who is to say what is and is not possible.
Surely not me.
OP, just who do you think you are?