Ancient Aliens s14e12 Episode Script

Islands of Fire

It is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
JONATHAN YOUNG: Hawaii is a utopian place.
Some say Edenic.
NARRATOR: But could the Hawaiian Islands also be something much, much more? A place that is not only a destination for tourists, but for extraterrestrial visitors? NICK POPE: Hawaii seems to be at the center of a wave of UFO sightings.
Wow, these don't look like humans, do they? MICHAEL SALLA: When I first saw that tiki, first thought that came to my mind was, "That's a Grey extraterrestrial.
" NARRATOR: Could Hawaii be one of the hot spots of alien activity on our planet? And could it serve as a portal that not only attracts beings from other worlds to us, but could, one day, offer mankind a gateway to other worlds? SALLA: Hawaii is the place where extraterrestrials travel through to go to other places throughout the entire planet.
NARRATOR: There is a doorway in the universe.
Beyond it is the promise of truth.
It demands we question everything we have ever been taught.
The evidence is all around us.
The future is right before our eyes.
We are not alone.
We have never been alone.
To visitors and tourists, it is a paradise on Earth, a land of cascading waterfalls, breathtaking scenery, and captivating volcanoes.
But this tropical island chain is not merely a beautiful and romantic travel destination.
To the people that have inhabited this land for centuries, and who carry with them the traditions of their ancestors, Hawaii is something very different.
For them, it is the place where beings from the sky came to Earth centuries ago.
And a place where many, like tribal elder Kimokeo Kapahulehua, believe these so-called sky people are destined to return.
NARRATOR: Is it possible that the ancient stories of the native Hawaiians are, in fact, evidence of early human contact with extraterrestrials? As far as ancient astronaut theorists are concerned, the answer is yes.
And they believe one of the reasons that extraterrestrial visitors chose the Hawaiian Islands as a destination is the fact that the islands were then, as now, largely remote and, in some cases, relatively uninhabited.
If I were an extraterrestrial in-in the remote past and I was looking for the perfect laboratory to engineer a new species of mankind, I would look no further than the most remote place on the Earth, which is the Hawaiian Islands.
Before the arrival of Europeans, there were no reptiles, no mosquitoes, no rats.
It was as pure a place as any on our planet.
And in many ways, it was the perfect spot for a terrestrial laboratory.
NARRATOR: In addition to being one of the most remote places on the planet, Hawaii is also one of the most volatile.
It is home to literally hundreds of volcanoes, and three of them are still very active.
WILLIAM HENRY: She was embodied as a beautiful woman, Hawaiian mythology says, who also had a wrathful nature, and if you didn't respect her wishes, it was not gonna be a very good day.
FELICIA BEARDSLEY: Pele is an angry goddess, in many ways.
But she's also seen as a creator, because she creates land.
There's a belief and-and a full-on respect of Pele.
NARRATOR: For Hawaiian natives, Pele is but one of many beings they call "star people," and all things that happen on Earth are connected to the stars.
Each autumn, when the Pleiades star system appears on the horizon, practitioners of the old native Hawaiian faith gather to celebrate the harvest and honor the otherworldly visitors whose direct descendants also serve as the tribal elites.
NARRATOR: In ancient times, the largest harvest season celebrations occurred at the foot of Hawaii's tallest mountain, which, according to legend, was the central geological feature of a lost continent called Lemuria.
There are countless stories about a lost continent that was swallowed up by the sea, and that continent was called Lemuria.
Lemuria is said to have been the home of the planet's tallest mountain.
So in order to determine Lemuria's possible location in a region that-that could fit our mythology, we have to change our perspective a little bit.
When considering mountains that rise directly from the floor of a tectonic plate Which Mount Everest doesn't do And the distance from the actual base to the actual summit, Mauna Kea is by far the tallest mountain in the world and it's nearly a mile taller than Mount Everest.
It is the most massive land mass on the planet, and it is a critical place when it comes to the traditions of the Hawaiian Islanders welcoming back the star visitors.
It's also the time of the rising of the Pleiades, and what it signals is this time of great joy and festivities.
The people gather to celebrate prosperity or coming prosperity.
NARRATOR: For native Hawaiians, the Pleiades is much more than just a constellation.
This cluster of stars, 444.
2 light-years away, are the stars from which the native Hawaiians trace their very origins.
The Pleiades plays an absolutely central role in the mythology of people spread right across the Pacific.
All the way to Australia, Japan, we hear these stories that, once upon a time, beings from the Pleiades arrived here.
And that they in some way involved themselves in human evolution.
There is no question that the elders of Hawaii have a belief that their ancestors came from the stars.
NARRATOR: In the Hawaiian tradition, the star people are most often referred to as the akua or atua, and are responsible for the creation of humankind.
HENRY: These are supernatural beings that appear to have superhuman powers.
The chiefs and royalty of ancient Hawaii were considered to be the offspring of the atua.
NARRATOR: Similarly named creator gods can be found in cultures throughout Oceania, a geographic region which includes Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.
In Micronesia, they call them aitu.
In the Philippines, anito.
And in Malaysia, ant The terms atua and akua for a type of gods or beings throughout the Pacific region is-is quite fascinating.
Because when we dig into that lore, we're told that there's these entities that are often, in some sense, invisible, but can interact with human beings and animals.
You know, are these some kind of interdimensional extraterrestrials that can hide themself at will, engineer situations where they can then appear to be humans? It's a very strange set of legends.
I suspect that we really have here a history pointing to some kind of ancient visitation, with these beings arriving and involving themself in human origins.
NARRATOR: Could it be, as ancient astronaut theorists suggest, that the story of humankind's true origins can be found within the Hawaiian traditions, and that these islands were a point of first contact? Perhaps further clues can be found by examining the iconic wooden sculptures that exist throughout the entire Hawaiian Island chain the tiki.
CHILDRESS: So, you're thinking these - are extraterrestrial races? - Totally.
SALLA: The akua came here with spacecrafts.
This one is pretty odd, standing here by the water.
SALLA: That's a Grey extraterrestrial.
NARRATOR: Honaunau, Hawaii.
June 2019.
On the west coast of what is commonly called the Big Island, ancient astronaut theorist David Childress is traveling with his colleague Dr.
Michael Salla, a Hawaiian resident and an expert on local history.
It is David's belief that, thousands of years ago, this area of the world was not only a place of alien visitation, but was actually inhabited by extraterrestrials.
CHILDRESS: Well, Michael, I'm really excited to be here in Hawaii with you.
I've traveled around the Pacific, and I have been to Hawaii before, but I really want to understand Hawaii's extraterrestrial past and its ancient history, the many unusual sites here, and, and even what's going on today here in Hawaii.
SALLA: It's fascinating.
I mean, this is something that I didn't expect when I moved out here, that Hawaii had this kind of extraterrestrial contact, this, uh, this history, but that's one of the things I kept hearing, and as I began to learn more about Hawaii's history, it became clear that a lot of Hawaiians really trace their ancestors to extraterrestrial visitors that came here tens of thousands of years ago.
NARRATOR: David and Michael are on their way to Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, home to a number of giant statues and native exhibits.
SALLA: At Honaunau you have this, uh, temple complex, uh, which basically dates back to the Hawaiian Kingdom and it has some of the best tiki statues of the akua, the gods Extraterrestrials in my view That you can find anywhere on the islands.
NARRATOR: At the park, a great wall marks a boundary between an area that was once considered royal grounds and a sanctuary where lawbreakers could gain refuge and absolution.
Iconic wooden statues with strange features surround the Hale o Keawe temple, which houses the remains of Hawaiian chiefs, remains that are still thought by the native Hawaiians to emanate power, or mana, throughout the area.
David, I know you've got this theory about extraterrestrial contact and technology being spread throughout the Pacific, and we've got some really interesting tikis that I think kind of lend support to that theory.
Yeah, they look pretty interesting, and, uh, this one is pretty odd.
He's standing here by the water.
SALLA: When I first saw that tiki, first thought that came to my mind was, "That's a Grey extraterrestrial.
" And this is one of the kind of helpers, or the menehune, that the Hawaiians believe were created by the gods, or the akua.
So, is this the akua right here, these guys - with the big headdresses? - SALLA: Exactly, yeah.
Those are the akua.
They had four principal akua that were basically the creators of humanity and helped establish civilization on the planet.
NARRATOR: One year ago, when David was investigating the Marquesas Islands, located 2,300 miles south of Hawaii, he encountered similar tiki statues, and discovered that they, too, are associated with ancient gods.
But here in Honaunau there appear to be two different types of beings depicted by the tiki.
So you're thinking these are two different - extraterrestrial races? - Totally.
CHILDRESS: They have different kind of eyes, too.
SALLA: Yeah, I mean, this to me, looks like the akua were extraterrestrial and they knew about genetic experimentation and they created these beings, menehune, or Grey aliens, to basically be servants.
And you can see that, from the lack of a headdress, they're bald, which signifies they had low social status.
NARRATOR: According to ancient Hawaiian stories, the menehune were humanlike beings of short stature who were created by the akua.
KAPAHULEHUA: The menehunes was a little dwarf people, and, uh, they always came out in the evening because they were not so much humanlike-looking.
YOUNG: Menehune are small, magical creatures that are thought sometimes to have been descendants of the earliest inhabitants that came before the Hawaiians from Polynesia.
There are canals, waterways, gulfs built, they say, by the menehune.
The work was done at night.
They don't want to be seen and they work incredibly quickly, so sometimes a whole retaining wall will have been built in a single night.
LOREN COLEMAN: I visited all of the structures that supposedly were built by the menehune.
There's a menehune fishpond that's huge, has 900 feet of a wall surrounding this one area and then they would use that as a reservoir for fish.
There's also called the Menehune Ditch.
It was a way to channel fresh water.
It is old in structure and before the Hawaiians.
NARRATOR: Before the Hawaiians? Could this account of a pre-Hawaiian and pre-human water channel lend credence to the Hawaiian genesis story, a story which also contains depictions of genetic engineering? These were, I believe, extraterrestrial hybrids that had been created to help the Pleiadeans and other races establish their civilizations or their genetic experiments on the Earth.
The menehune are said to have built these unusual structures on Kaua'i.
Archaeologists do not know who built them.
The Hawaiians say, "Oh, "these little people of the past, they're the ones that built them.
" These little people are somehow ancestors to the Hawaiians, who are actually very tall and large.
The Polynesians are the largest race of people still on the planet, and yet their own stories go back to these little people who are building stuff for them.
NARRATOR: While many dismiss the menehune as little more than mythological figures, a census from 200 years ago seems to provide historical documentation that they may have actually existed.
COLEMAN: The first census on Kaua'i took place in 1820, and that census said that, of the 2,000 people that were counted, 65 of them were menehune.
NARRATOR: Confirming the account of the 1820 census, the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual of 1913 states that during the reign of Kaumualii in the early 19th century, a census recorded 65 menehune living in the small hamlet of Laau.
The almanac reports an "allied race of older extraction 2 1/2 to three feet high" and concludes "as far as the little people of Laau, they were forgotten in the lapse of years.
" CHILDRESS: Hawaiian Islands are so remote.
This is one of the most remote places in the world.
Do you think that Hawaii was, perhaps, some special - extraterrestrial base? - I believe so.
And it's interesting that this area is part of Kealakekua which ac literally means - "Pathway of the Gods.
" - Pathway of the Gods, okay.
Well, that can be translated as "doorway.
" NARRATOR: Are the tikis a record of ancient alien activity in Hawaii? If so, what were the islands used for? And where did these otherworldly visitors go? Perhaps further clues can be found by venturing inside one of the island's largest volcanoes.
E Pacific Ocean.
20,000 BC.
It is during this period that the surface of the Earth is frozen in the grip of a glacial period otherwise known as the Ice Age.
It is a time when sea levels are dramatically lower, nearly 400 feet below where they are today, and these lower sea levels have created expansive landmasses which, as the ice melts, some 12,000 years ago, begin to disappear beneath the surface of the rising oceans.
Is it possible that some of these landmasses were home to lost civilizations? Civilizations for which we have no historical record and which may have been far more advanced than we know? We live on a very restless Earth that's constantly moving with earthquakes and tsunamis and volcanic activity.
Continents rise and fall.
Mountain ranges are torn apart.
All kinds of civilizations could have come and gone on our planet.
We know that there are over 200 known submerged cities in the Mediterranean.
There's just so much on our planet that we have yet to find out.
NARRATOR: Throughout history, a number of stories have been told about great civilizations that disappeared into the ocean thousands of years ago.
The most famous of these, Atlantis, was written about by Plato in the fourth century BC and is still believed by many to have truly existed.
But there is another lost continent that is said to have existed at the same time as Atlantis and looms large in Hawaiian traditions: Lemuria.
Lemuria was in the South Pacific.
It is thought to have connected the Hawaiian Islands and the other island systems out in that part of the planet, so it was a huge land bridge.
In the lore, Lemuria was an extraordinary civilization before it sank into the sea.
Story has it, Hawaii is a surviving fragment of the enormous landmass.
Lemuria existed prior to the last great flood that occurred around 9600 BC, which was a catastrophe, which led to the water levels all around the Earth rising as much as 400 feet.
NARRATOR: According to legend, before the two lost continents were destroyed by a great flood, there was a war between Lemuria and Atlantis.
SALLA: This was the destruction of the Lemurian civilization.
The Lemurians were driven into these underground cavern systems.
The Hawaiian peoples really understand that they are the descendants of some great civilizations, and that they have some kind of responsibility of preserving the culture of that.
NARRATOR: Ancient astronaut theorist David Childress and Hawaiian history expert Dr.
Michael Salla are on the Big Island to explore the underground caverns the Lemurians are said to have retreated to.
SALLA: Yeah, there is a bit of spelunking here on the Big Island.
NARRATOR: These caverns are actually enormous lava tubes that exist throughout the volcanic island chain, and some locals believe they are still inhabited by the Lemurians.
CHILDRESS: Wow, this is huge.
SALLA: Yeah, it goes back two miles in that direction, and the whole lava tube is 25 miles long, - all the way from Mauna Loa.
- Wow.
These walls are 30 feet high or more.
SALLA: Right.
There's lava tubes that are - much bigger than this as well.
- Okay.
Tell me what happened here.
SALLA: Well, this is part of an extensive cavern system throughout the Big Island of Hawaii, where you have these lava tubes.
And this kind of cavern and these lava tubes have been here for tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of years, so at some point in its history the Lemurians found this cavern system and built it out.
And so, when they were in a war against the Atlantians, this was their refuge.
So, down inside these lava tubes, what do you think, that there are, like, secret doors that are hidden with this high technology? SALLA: Well, there's a lot of secrets in these lava tubes, in these caves.
What we're not seeing in the caves are entry points into this hidden labyrinth of portals and tunnel systems that lie underneath the entire Big Island.
They're well hidden.
This is part of Hawaiian legend.
The extraterrestrials had cloaking technology, and so the doorways would just look like an ordinary rock face.
NARRATOR: According to Hawaiian legend, these lava tubes have been inhabited not only by the ancient Lemurians but also by the akua, the visitors that are said to have arrived here from the Pleiades and the dwarf people they created called the menehune.
But if these ancient ancestors of Hawaii possessed technology that allowed them to conceal doorways to secret passages and chambers within the lava tubes, could they still be hiding out in them today? CHILDRESS: There's other places around the Earth where there are these strange tunnels like this, and sometimes people are said to go inside them and and disappear, or they encounter strange beings inside these tunnels.
- Has that happened here? - Oh, definitely.
I mean, there are a lot of Hawaiian stories of people going into these tunnels and having encounters with menehune or with the sorcerers or even with the akua themselves.
I've even had an experience here with my wife where we had some kind of mystical experience where the akua communicated and basically said, "We're coming back.
" A telepathic communication Just she suddenly had - inside this tunnel? - That's right, in this very tunnel.
We were meditating, and she had that kind of telepathic download.
On its own, it just doesn't mean much, but many other people have had these kinds of mystical experiences in the caverns, and even had encounters with beings in these caverns.
NARRATOR: If people today are reporting encounters with strange beings in the lava tubes, where are they coming from? Could it be that Hawaii was not only a hub of extraterrestrial visitation thousands of years ago, but that it continues to serve as an entry point for otherworldly visitors? But if so, how is it possible that such activity continues undetected? Ancient astronaut theorists say the answer can be found by examining sacred rock art, which suggests Hawaii is home to an incredible anomaly.
CH Pu'u Loa Petroglyph Field.
Ancient astronaut theorist David Childress and Hawaiian resident and historian Dr.
Michael Salla have arrived at Pu'u Loa to continue their investigation of Hawaii's ancient secrets.
At Pu'u Loa, over 23,000 individual works of art stretch over several miles of rocky terrain.
CHILDRESS: You know, Michael, our access to the petroglyphs here is quite limited, because this is a very sacred area.
But from these petroglyphs that I see, they're identical to what you see in Easter Island, throughout Polynesia, really.
What we see here with the human figures, they're holding their arms and their postures.
This is identical, really, to Rongorongo.
NARRATOR: Rongorongo? The mysterious ancient script that has been found on Easter Island, roughly 4,500 miles away? CHILDRESS: These petroglyphs are very unusual.
They're humanoid figures, but each one is different.
Actually, they're very similar to the Rongorongo writing that we find at Easter Island that is still undeciphered and mysterious.
So, some Hawaiians, David, believe that Hawaii was the birthing place of all humanity, that this is the legendary Hawaiki, this is where the people, the humanity was birthed and actually spread throughout all of Polynesia and throughout the entire planet.
CHILDRESS: So, what do you think about this one right here in the middle with the concentric circles? You see this in the American Southwest, where, in fact, the American Indians call these portals.
Where you have concentric circles are going around, uh, sometimes a spiral, and for them, it is also it's an energy field, a-a portal to other dimensions.
SALLA: Right, well, that-that would fit in with, um, a lot of the things that Hawaiians believe about the Big Island That this is sacred ground, there's a lot of energy that flows through this island.
It even goes back to the kind of idea of Hawaii being the birthing place for the whole Polynesian peoples.
For all the Polynesian people, and-and also that - that Hawaii itself is a portal, right? - That's right, yeah.
NARRATOR: A portal? Did the ancient Polynesian people believe that some kind of cosmic gateway existed in Hawaii, through which beings could travel here from other parts of the universe? The scientific concept of a wormhole was first proposed by Albert Einstein and Nathan Rosen in 1935, who suggested that space-time could be bent to bring two distant points together.
While it may sound far-fetched, some scientists suggest it is possible that such portals, or wormholes, may actually exist, and not only in deep space but also right here on Earth.
JOHN BRANDENBURG: It became sort of accepted as actually being real that there would be portals, or wormholes, in space.
But as we deepen our understanding of physics, it raises the possibility of wormholes and portals being able to be accessible here on Earth.
It appears possible, theoretically, to manipulate electromagnetic fields and change the structure of space-time, perhaps dramatically.
Now, can this happen in a geophysical realm? Possibly.
The Earth has a magnetic field, it has an electric field, and those vary from place to place.
Would there be areas on Earth where perhaps might be prone to space-time instability, changes in topology, doors, portals opening and closing? It's very possible.
NARRATOR: According to geologists, the undersea magma source called the "Hawaii hot spot" continues to give birth to new volcanoes.
And the volcanic rock produced by these volcanoes are rich in crystalline materials that are capable of producing electromagnetic fields by means of what scientists refer to as the piezoelectric effect.
If you have a region with an electric field anomaly and if you can create strong enough electromagnetic phenomena, you can perhaps change the geometry of space-time, leading to portal-like phenomena.
NARRATOR: Does the unique geography of Hawaii offer the perfect conditions for the shifting of electromagnetic energy? Conditions that could actually bend space and time, resulting in the creation of a time-space portal? According to many ancient astronaut theorists, the answer is a profound yes.
Hawaii was the place where a lot of humanity and extraterrestrials were able to travel through to go to other places throughout the Pacific and the entire planet.
And that's been happening for centuries, millennia, and it's even happening now.
NARRATOR: If the island of Hawaii once served as some sort of spaceport, a destination where extraterrestrial visitors were able to come by means of an interdimensional gateway, or portal, could that portal still be operating today? Perhaps the answer can be found by examining the area located at the exact same latitude as Hawaii's biggest volcano, but located on another planet.
NARRATOR: Mauna Loa, the Big Island.
This active volcano is one of the largest in the world, and is estimated to have been erupting for at least 700,000 years.
Not far from Mauna Loa is the Kilauea hot spot that continues to spew lava to this day.
But perhaps the most significant aspect of Mauna Loa is its location on planet Earth.
Now, one of the critical things to keep in mind is that the Mauna Loa volcano in particular is located at 19.
47 latitude in the Northern Hemisphere.
That area sitting at 19.
47 is called Kealakekua, which means "Pathway of the Gods.
" NARRATOR: According to ancient astronaut theorists, natural formations and structures found at a latitude of 19.
5 degrees form a kind of a pattern, what some refer to as cosmic geometry.
HENRY: The Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan is at 19.
5 degrees.
So is Easter Island, the hurricane belt.
But most importantly, the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii is also located at 19.
5 degrees.
NARRATOR: Perhaps even more profound than the pattern found here on Earth is the one found on other planets in our solar system.
HENRY: On Mars, for example, we find the Mons Olympus volcano, the largest volcano in our solar system, is located at 19.
5 degrees.
The giant Red Spot on Jupiter is at 19.
5 degrees.
CAROLINE CORY: Everything in the universe is geometric.
Your physical body, physical cells, the tree, the buildings, everything is geometric.
Sacred geometry is the pattern in which these geometries are organized, according to ratios and proportions.
Now, when you say something is organized, it implies that there is a cosmic intelligence behind it.
NARRATOR: One of the important shapes in sacred geometry, and one that also has a connection to the 19.
5 latitude, is the three-sided pyramid known as the tetrahedron.
SALLA: When you have two tetrahedrons inverted over one another, that forms a star tetrahedron.
When we look at a star tetrahedron and where it fits inside of a sphere, the vertices of a star tetrahedron impact the sphere at 19.
5 latitude both north and south.
And that is exactly where the Big Island of Hawaii is in relationship to the entire planet.
CORY: Because of the planet's geometry, you're going to have hot spots that would be very strongly charged in such a way that you could use these hot spots to teleport from one point to the other.
Or these hot spots could be used for intergalactic travel or interplanetary travel.
NARRATOR: Could sacred geometry support the notion that Hawaii is perfectly positioned to create portals Portals that could not only offer shortcuts to other parts of the world but also other parts of the universe? For many native Hawaiians and ancient astronaut theorists, the answer is a resounding yes, and they believe that these portals have made Hawaii a virtual hub of alien visitation, one that exists even to this day.
Pahoa, Hawaii.
June 27, 2014.
Hawaiian noble Robert Kel'iiho'omalu, affectionately known as Uncle Robert, opens the Star Visitor Sanctuary, a dedicated landing site for extraterrestrials visiting the Earth.
Until his death in 2015, Uncle Robert stood at the forefront of his people's efforts to maintain contact with the star beings who they believe are the Hawaiian people's true ancestors.
(singing in foreign language) NARRATOR: Today his dream continues thanks to the efforts of people like his nephew-in-law Garry Hoffeld.
Uncle Robert was considered to be the konohiki of the area there.
And there were other chiefs in the area, but amongst those chiefs, they came to Uncle Robert for guidance, and he was included in-in every decision they made.
NARRATOR: In June 2019, ancient astronaut theorists David Childress and Michael Salla arrive in Pahoa.
They are eager to get a personal tour of the sanctuary and to hear a firsthand account of its history, creation and mission.
HOFFELD: Uncle Robert, he was the prince of peace, and he thought that He called them our space brothers and sisters He thought they could certainly come down, and perhaps we should greet them with some aloha instead of with guns pointed at 'em like they might get someplace else in the world.
So, he was thinking that since the space visitors had originally come here to Hawaii, - they would come back.
Is that the idea? - Yeah, yeah.
- Okay.
- Yeah.
Do you want to come out into the - the area we call the Star Sanctuary? - Yeah.
This is the This is the sanctuary here, right, inside here? HOFFELD: Yeah, yeah.
CHILDRESS: Right here on the lava fields, huh? HOFFELD: Yeah, yeah, yeah.
CHILDRESS: Why did he choose this spot as the center for the Star Visitor Sanctuary, right here? Well, yeah, the whole lava field, uh, creates a kind of new magnetic field out here.
But this area was actually very special, and it could be a place for the star visitors to be welcomed and that they would be given sanctuary because the Hawaii Kingdom claims sovereignty to this whole land and which would be the first time in our modern history that a sovereign entity has granted extraterrestrials the right to land in peace and harmony.
NARRATOR: To many Hawaiians, the Star Visitor Sanctuary serves as an homage to their otherworldly origins.
But, if a number of recent reports are true, could it already be receiving extraterrestrial visitors? T astronaut theorists David Childress and Michael Salla are at the Star Visitor Sanctuary on Hawaii's Big Island.
With them is Garry Hoffeld, a member of the Lawful Hawaiian Government who was involved in the sanctuary's founding and helps to oversee the site.
CHILDRESS: So, since you started this Star Visitor Sanctuary, has there been some unusual activities or incidents here, uh, that you've seen? Um, the day we set this up, just before it got dark, several people were sitting out here, and up in the distance on the hill up here, they said they saw light orbs come out of the lava flow right there above the ridge, come across the sky and do a little bit of a hula, and then, off into the distance, shot off.
- And, I mean - Wow.
Probably 30 people were here seeing it, and the next day, the lava started flowing again.
So, they felt this was a sign from the-the star visitors that they were glad the Star Visitors Sanctuary Perhaps validation of what we're doing.
Perhaps coincidence.
But I do believe that there's a portal hanging out in this particular area opening to different places, and why not open here because we've opened a place to do it rather than someplace else.
Well, this is a pretty amazing spot and quite fascinating.
Thanks for bringing me here, Michael, - and-and thank you, Garry, for all this.
- Oh, thank you.
I'm glad to share.
NARRATOR: Could it be that the beings the native Hawaiians refer to as their star ancestors have come here to Earth by means of a space-time portal? For many ancient astronaut theorists, the answer is yes.
And for them and for many Hawaiian natives, the Star Visitor Sanctuary represents an important step in their quest to make contact with extraterrestrial civilizations.
The idea that Hawaii is building a welcome center for extraterrestrials is incredible because their entire legends are based on so-called star lore, that their origins are in the stars.
They themselves have said that they are a direct offspring of the extraterrestrials.
And they are yearning for their return.
Among many Hawaiian groups, there's the belief that they were the original people.
They were the kind of gateway for the gods to come and seed planet Earth with their progeny, and that's consistent with the idea that the Hawaiian Island is a critical portal energy point for these extraterrestrials from distant star systems such as the Pleiades.
It was a portal for the Pleiadians to send their people to the Earth.
They was with us before, they are with us now, and will be for us forever.
NARRATOR: Do the Hawaiian Islands offer a profound connection to the stars, a gateway through which extraterrestrials have been entering our world for centuries? Perhaps.
But if such an audacious notion turns out to be true, how long will it be before we learn how to use these incredible portals for ourselves to take our own journeys to other worlds and to colonize the very universe?
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