Since its inception, the History Channel has embarked on a degenerative path. During its first years, it aired low quality documentaries about general topics such as the Renaissance and the Great Depression. Then it yielded to the demands of military history buffs, showing nothing but World War II programs and specials about firearm evolution which earned it the nickname of the "Hitler Channel". At least the programs were about history. Later came the real decay with shows like "Ice Road Truckers" and "Pawn Stars", but the real laugh is the hit show, "Ancient Aliens".
Presenting theories about how ancient civilizations may have been influenced by alien races, this show might just be the History Channel's all time low, or is it? Underneath the ridiculous ideas and cheesy visual effects, there is an air of seriousness about the program, and if watched for any length of time, these theories begin to seem plausible. That's where Illuminati brainwash comes into play.
During the past twenty years, Hollywood has focused on science fiction that purports the notion that humanity is not originally from Earth and that its accomplishments came with outside help. We've seen it over and over again. From "Mission to Mars" to "Alien vs. Predator" and even "Prometheus", the idea that human beings originated from deep space has etched itself into mainstream thought. This theory can also be found in the background story of "Avatar" where its asserted that humans and the blue people shared a common alien ancestor. This is all basic Illuminati tactics. The order uses subtle brainwashing influences to implant strange notions and then seeks to make them accepted as the norm.
That's where "Ancient Aliens" plays a role. Until the show's 2010 debut, the alien ancestor hypothesis remained in pop culture. However, that changed once a legitimate network began promoting it. Of course, most educated people say that it's a bad joke or a desperate ploy to attract viewers. Unfortunately, that's not the case. Upon initial viewings, you might laugh it off, but the show has a way of getting into your head and makes you question what you know. And that's what it's supposed to do, make you question what you know.
We here at IW have already theorized that the Illuminati might be communicating with an alien race. The program, "Ancient Aliens", helps support that. By addressing themes such as how historic religions and mythology may have been based on observing alien visitations or technology, the show indicates that God and Satan may not be spiritual forces but actual physical beings and that the people of Earth play some role in their existence. Could the Illuminati be preparing the human race to be ruled by those from outer space? Many signs point to yes.
So far, much of the theories and knowledge surrounding the order indicates that it's planning a new world order that will be created through financial meltdowns and apocalyptic wars, but what's the ultimate goal. Those in the Illuminati already have wealth and power beyond their dreams. We know they call the shots, so why would they embark on such a perilous course? Could they be taking orders from masters beyond our world or dimension, and if so could it be possible that these orders are not derived from interpretations of spiritual texts but actual messages from superior beings?
Shows such as "Ancient Aliens" indicate that the Illuminati serves someone real. As of now, the idea of extra-terrestrials having planted life on Earth still belongs to science fiction but for how much longer. So far, the theory has yet to escape popular culture. We bet that that's going to change, and xeno-archaeology will become a legitimate academic field. With the idea already embedded in the minds of the masses, it won't sound strange once it does.
So keep that in mind next time you tune in to "Ancient Aliens", and if what we have said doesn't convince you, take note of this. Illuminati artist Katy Perry has publicly stated that she is obsessed with the show.