According to legends, the gods enjoyed intimate relations with humans. But if aliens did choose human women as their sexual partners, what was their motivation? And just what was the outcome of these very close encounters?
According to many sources, including Norse mythology, Greek mythology and even the Bible, we have the stories of the sons of God, or actual gods, from Mount Olympus or Valhalla, and they’re coming to Earth to mate with humans.
According to Homer’s Iliad, the citizens of Sparta were renowned for their heroic warriors and their beautiful women. Zeus, the Greek God of the sky, admired a human named Leda.
One afternoon, while Leda walked alone in an orchard, Zeus changed into a swan, enveloped her in his powerful wings, and made love to her. Only later did Leda realize she had been impregnated by a God.
When you look at Greek mythology, and many of the mythologies around the world, they have these stories of gods coming down from the sky, and have sexual intercourse with these humans, and, in a sense, create a new breed of human.
The offspring of these couplings were described by the ancients as demigods, or half-gods. Demigods were supernatural hybrid beings of human and alien origin.
Ancient Greeks believed these beings were exceptional and destined to perform extraordinary feats.
It is a tradition in many civilizations that there were certain human children who were somehow not human, but somehow had a connection to the stars, to a realm beyond Earth.
Some of the oldest accounts of gods and humans interbreeding can be found in ancient Hindu texts.
In the ancient Sanskrit writings of India, we find this account: A Queen named Kunti mated with a celestial being, an extraterrestrial, who was known as the sun God. The product of this mating was Karna, one of the heroes of the Indian epic, the Mahabharata.
Perhaps the most famous demigod is the Greek hero Heracles, also known as the Roman Hercules. Heracles was half-man/half-god, conceived in the union of Zeus and a mortal woman named Alcmene.
But we also find this in the Bible. The Nephilim were offspring of the “sons of God” and the “daughters of men” before the Deluge.
A number of early sources refer to the “sons of heaven” as angels. The earliest such references seem to be in the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Greek, and Aramaic Enochic literature, suggesting that the Epistle refers implicitly to the paternity of nephilim as heavenly beings who came to earth and had sexual intercourse with women.
Mainstream scholars have often dismissed the tales of demigods as fantasy but ancient astronaut theorists believe they reflect actual living entities. These types of accounts in the ancient wisdom traditions have a modern equivalent in accounts of alien terrestrial hybrids, which is part of the modern UFO alien abduction type of account.
It’s remarkable that we find, in these modern reports, exact equivalents in the ancient accounts.