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Are Humans Extraterrestrials From Other Star Systems in the Milky Way Galaxy? Lou Baldin Author of 13 Books on the Subject Thinks So
Date:2/15/2013

Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB) February 15, 2013

Baldin proposes an alternative paradigm that competes with the two major industries people have affiliated themselves with for most of their lives, religion and Darwinism.
This world needs a new reality to challenge the old paradigms in this cosmic realm of existence, an alternative view that is far different than what has consumed most of humanity for hundreds and thousands of years, claims the author.
The three major religious institutions propose a singular all powerful deity that requires unending devotion and worship for eternity to their own version of Supreme Being, but not everyone buys into religious beliefs, or in religion.
Darwinism, the other pillar of human persuasion, proposes that humans are brothers to the ape and the progeny of chance having theoretically emerged by accident of nature from pond scum. Again, not all people buy into the theory of natural selection (Darwinism), says the author.
Humans as Extraterrestrials is a novel principle in a longstanding ancient reality in the cosmic realm, where immortal souls embodied as humans are temporarily placed into physical bodies…ape-like bodies, and placed on Earth-type planets to learn truths about themselves and how we will eventually fit into the broader community of souls in this galaxies, believes the author.
Souls inhabit physical human bodies created by higher beings and are placed into physical realities that are created by the higher beings, states the author. Everything in the physical and ethereal existence is created, planets, suns and all forms of life, intelligent or otherwise, existing on planets, moons and space cities throughout the universe, according to the author.
Furthermore, nothing happens by chance, everything happens by design and purpose, says Baldin. '/>"/>

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