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The Dogon culture has been known for its dramatic art, tribal customs, and most of all their cosmology.

 

Ancient Aliens in Africa: The Dogon people are one of the most fascinating sources of evidence for Ancient Aliens.  The Dogon populate the central plateau region of Mali in Africa, there are said to be between 400,000 and 800,000 in this remote civilization.  The Dogon culture has been known for its dramatic art, tribal customs, and most of all their cosmology.  The controversy started in 1930 when French anthropologists recorded a strange legend from Dogon priests.  Passed down through oral tradition, the Dogon told a tale of alien visitation from the Star System of Sirius.  The alien race was referred to as the Nommos and was said to be an aquatic race of humanoid creatures (from their descriptions similar to Mermaids or Mermen).  Interestingly enough the Babylonian god Isis, is often depicted as a Mermaid and associated with Sirius.  According to the legend the Nommos descended from the heavens in a great “boat” that was accompanied with much noise and winds.

The anthropologist recorded the story for what it was worth and went about their business.  However, an interesting fact emerged from the story years later.  The Dogon explained that the Sirius system had a companion star, which is invisible to the naked eye.

In 1970, astronomers were able to photograph Sirius B, the companion star to Sirius A.  Sirius A is the brightest Star we can see from Earth and rests only 8 light years from Earth, which is relatively close by cosmic standards. Sirius B happens to be a very heavy  white dwarf star about the size of the earth.  White dwarfs are formed when stars run out of fuel and collapse on itself, and are not large enough to supernova.  Sirius B is a small, cool, and very dense star gravitationally bound to Sirius A and part of the same solar system.

How could this ancient culture have known about this amazing astronomical feature before modern technology discovered it to be true?

One possible explanation is that the Dogon had enough contact with Western culture they were able to hypothesize the existence of Sirius B (after all astronomers were speculating its existence since 1890s).  More recently, however, researchers have found artifacts dating back over 400 years made by the Dogon depicting orbits of these stars. Additionally, the Dogon have held ceremonies every 50 years celebrating the cycle of Sirius A and Sirius B.  Astronomers later verified this cycle to be quite accurate. The Dogon have been holding these celebrations ever sense the Sirians came to visit them.
The Dogon also identify a third star in the Sirius system they call “Emme Ya”. Astronomers have yet to verify the existence of this smaller body.  With the bright
ness and size of Sirius A, a smaller star would be very difficult to track down, let alone the planetary system which evidently services the stars.  The Dogon were also able to identify the moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn, seemingly without the assistance of a telescope.  The Dogon people defy common logic and tradition.  However, “logic” and “tradition” has convinced millions that the world was flat, the Earth was at the center of the universe, and that man could never fly let alone walk on the moon.  Researchers of extra terrestrials have always felt a faint pull towards the star system of Sirius, a faint pull that one could only interpret as a distant memory….
The Dogon Tribe of Africa and their Extraterrestrial History.
“The Dogon people are one of the most fascinating sources of evidence for Ancient Aliens. The Dogon populate the central plateau region of Mali in Africa, there are said to be between 400,000 and 800,000 in this remote civilization. The Dogon culture has been known for its dramatic art, tribal customs, and most of all their cosmology. The controversy started in 1930 when French anthropologists recorded a strange legend from Dogon priests. Passed down through oral tradition, the Dogon told a tale of alien visitation from the Star System of Sirius. The alien race was referred to as the Nommos and was said to be an aquatic race of humanoid creatures (from their descriptions similar to Mermaids or Mermen). Interestingly enough the Babylonian god Isis, is often depicted as a Mermaid and associated with Sirius. According to the legend the Nommos descended from the heavens in a great “boat” that was accompanied with much noise and winds.The anthropologist recorded the story for what it was worth and went about their business. However, an interesting fact emerged from the story years later. The Dogon explained that the Sirius system had a companion star, which is invisible to the naked eye.

In 1970, astronomers were able to photograph Sirius B, the companion star to Sirius A. Sirius A is the brightest Star we can see from Earth and rests only 8 light years from Earth, which is relatively close by cosmic standards. Sirius B happens to be a very heavy white dwarf star about the size of the earth. White dwarfs are formed when stars run out of fuel and collapse on itself, and are not large enough to supernova. Sirius B is a small, cool, and very dense star gravitationally bound to Sirius A and part of the same solar
system…researchers have found artifacts dating back over 400 years made by the Dogon depicting orbits of these stars.

Additionally, the Dogon have held ceremonies every 50 years celebrating the cycle of Sirius A and Sirius B. Astronomers later verified this cycle to be quite accurate. The Dogon have been holding these celebrations ever
sense the Sirians came to visit them.

The Dogon also identify a third star in the Sirius system they call “Emme Ya”. Astronomers have yet to verify the existence of this smaller body. With the brightness and size of Sirius A, a smaller star would be very difficult to track down, let alone the planetary system which evidently services the stars. The Dogon were also able to identify the moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn, seemingly without the assistance of a telescope. The Dogon people defy common logic and tradition. However, “logic” and 

“tradition” has convinced millions that the world was flat, the Earth was at the center of the universe, and that man could never fly let alone walk on the moon. Researchers of extra terrestrials have always felt a faint pull towards the star system of Sirius, a faint pull that one could only interpret as a distant memory…. ”
Article: http://arcturi.com/AncientAliens/DogonPeopleAndAliens.html
VIDEO: Ancient Aliens short clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qg9z_EnrioU
AUTHOR of “The Sirius Mystery” -ROBERT TEMPLE on C2C AM w George Noory
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9ruJ2t-xaEMore Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5useSIUUwE

Hear straight from a Dogon Priest: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rv9UmNhZdhU

The Dogon say that there are six planets which are inhabited with conscious beings within our galaxy. One planet of particular interest is Nommo.

Dogon mythology says that Nommo was the first living creature created by the sky god Amma. Shortly after his creation, Nommo underwent a transformation and multiplied into four pairs of twins. One of the twins rebelled against the universal order created by Amma. To restore order to his creation, Amma sacrificed another of the Nommo progeny, whose body was dismembered and scattered throughout the universe. This dispersal of body parts is seen by the Dogon as the source for the proliferation of Binu shrines throughout the Dogons’ traditional territory; wherever a body part fell, a shrine was erected.

The Dogon described these extra-terrestrial beings from Nommo as aquatic or amphibious fish-like or dolpin-like individuals. They had pointed teeth and breathed air through holes near their clavicles. They had arms but no elbow joints. They were said to have come to visit ancient humans, from Sirius C in a ‘new star’ (or spaceship?) with fire coming out of it.

The people from Nommo, also referred to as Nommo, have now become deities worshiped by the Dogon. The word Nommo is derived from a Dogon word meaning “to make one drink.” The Nommo are usually symbolized as hermaphroditic, fish-like creatures. Folk art depictions of the Nommos show creatures with humanoid upper torsos, legs/feet, and a fish-like lower torso and tail. The Nommo are also referred to as “Masters of the Water”, “the Monitors”, and “the Teachers”. Nommo can be a proper name of an individual, or can refer to the group of spirits as a whole.

The Nommo were mainly benevolent and it is thought they originally arrived on Earth to help humans by teaching them how to grow crops etc. They were looked upon as messengers from the god Ammu (or Amun). There were however, some ‘fallen angels’ or malevolent Nommo who wanted to cause trouble. One is known as the white fox or ‘Ogo’. The fox is thought to have supernatural powers and its tracks are used as a method of divination.
Dogon legend has it that one day the Nommo will return to Earth.

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