Kisses wroteI certainly believe the aliens helped in the construction of the pyramids
The ancient alien theory, when it comes to the building and precise nature of monuments, presupposes that humans were too stupid way back then to have built these things properly. I don't think the human species is all that great but this sort of disbelief in the intelligence of our ancestors takes things to a whole new level. They weren't stupid. They had mathematical systems, they had the ability to read the sky, and they had the manpower to build the pyramids, not with slaves it turns out, but with highly educated engineers and a well-sustained work-force, contrary to popular belief.
Graham Hancock can say at the start of this video that "anyone who says they know how the pyramids were built is lying" and that's fine, we don't know exactly how they were built, but there are a number of methods far more likely to have been used than aliens deciding to build them for some reason.
If it was built by aliens, don't you think it would be something far more impressive than something humans could build by no stretch of the imagination? Or is that the best our alien overlords could achieve? They aren't very impressive for a high tech, space-faring, civilization.
Instead of looking at the things that aliens could have done to help us, why not look at the things they didn't do which would certainly have helped us? One of the theories put forward by these people is that all the pyramids around the world were built either by aliens or with their help. That means that for some reason they waited 4000 years between building the pyramids in Giza and the pyramids in the Mayan civilization, but anyway.
Why didn't they tell the Mayans not to deforest the sides of their valleys?
Surely this high tech alien civilization would have been able to see that by removing the trees from the sides of the valleys they were loosening the soil being held together by roots, and causing landslides?
No? They just built their pyramids and left.
But in that video he doesn't mention aliens, he mentions a lost civilization - which I can get on board with.
Bring aliens into the equation though and you lose me. He says, "There are some errors."
If aliens were involved there shouldn't be any errors whatsoever, unless they are somehow so inept that they can build space-ships but not not accurately build a few pyramids out of stone.