A recent episode of “Wild Pacific” looked at the origins of species that live on Pacific Islands as possibly being linked to “extraterrestrials” who may have inspired Easter Island’s giant stones.
Did extraterrestrials visit Earth, as both the French UFO study organization “COMETA” and the TV series “Wild Pacific” speculate? In turn, who built the giant stone “Moai” of Easter Island that’s been called “a solemn reminder of a fallen alien civilization?”
While answers to these and other questions – that speculate about COMETA’s ongoing and in-depth study of UFOs still visiting Earth – can never be fully answered, states “Wild Pacific” narrator Mike Rowe.
At the same time, viewers say it’s still fascinating to wonder who built those massive stone sculptures that may be apart of the true origins of species that now live on Pacific Islands.
In turn, the Animal Planet Network import “Wild Pacific” – that’s called “Sound Pacific” back in England where this BBC series originates – featured the episode originally dubbed “Strange Islands” on Sept. 11; with UFOs fans wanting to check this documentary series episode out when its repeated later this month.
“Wild Pacific” A British Tv Series That’s “More Wild” Than You Think
The “Wild Pacific” series continues on Animal Planet each Tuesday evening in primetime with episodes airing at 8/7c; while the network advices viewers to check local listing for repeat episodes from this documentary film series that features remote locations around the Pacific Ocean that are both entertaining and frightful.
For example, this recent “Strange Islands” episode of Wild Pacific captured the imagination of more than two million British viewers when it first aired with the Easter Island “teaser,” and ongoing questions about the British government finally releasing its once top secret UFO files that back in 2010 numbered more than 8,000 documents.
In turn, those once top secret UFO documents are now linked to tens of thousands of other once top secret UFO files that are now available for viewing here in the U.S., in England and over in France where COMETA is a respected “brand” for true UFO believers.
Also, the famous “COMETA” report from a high-level French UFO study organization – that is composed of high-ranking French government military officers and officials – points directly to Easter Island as having “evidence for further in-depth studies of the extraterrestrial hypothesis.”
COMETA Looks Deep At The Pacific Rim Islands For Alien Life
Moreover, with the great stone origins on Easter Island vexing experts for decades – as to “who built these giant stone statues and how did they get there on this remote Pacific Island” – the famed “COMETA Report” was very careful not to go too far in expressing theories about the French government’s extraterrestrial findings, or risk more claims of a hoax by the army of naysayers in today’s society who think the world “can’t handle the truth about UFOs and alien life on Earth.”
In turn, the COMETA Report – that’s been updated in 2012 – concluded that “about five percent of the UFO cases studied were utterly inexplicable and the best hypothesis to explain them was alien life present here on Earth.”
Also, with the French government having both former and current “colonies” in the Pacific region, it included that – as noted during the Sept. 11 airing of “Wild Pacific” – that the origins of species that live on many Pacific Islands today may have been “seeded” or influenced in some way by new findings about extraterrestrial “evidence” that both COMETA and WikiLeaks have yet to make public.
Wild Pacific’s “Strange Islands” Speak To Us
Next to Stonehenge in England, the giant stone “Moai” of Easter Island are not only a solemn reminder of a fallen civilization, states the Wild Pacific TV documentary series, but they are also “evidence” that something man still can’t understand is real and not just some old stones.
For instance, a BBC overview of this “Wild Pacific” Strange Islands episode, states how “species have evolved with new behavior to take advantage of ecological niches.”
On New Guinea, for example, kangaroos such as “the dingiso” have become arboreal, taking the place of monkeys. Also, the “strange lack of predators” on the ground in this region “has resulted in more flightless birds than anywhere else on Earth.” What happened that caused this strange evolution that’s now linked with an “extraterrestrial presence?”
At the same time, the quest for true origins of species that now live on Pacific Islands has been hampered, states the COMETA report; that points to a high level United Nations order that prevents any individual country to reveal still secret evidence unearthed on both Easter Island and other remote areas of the South Pacific.
Also, the recent Sept. 11 “Wild Pacific” episode “Strange Islands” pointed to the “collapse of the ancient Rapanui civilization on Easter Island” that COMETA states may not have been “entirely human.”
Overall, the Animal Planet documentary series “Wild Pacific” is about an ocean of extremes, from clear tropical waters and birds of paradise to icebergs, penguins and raging storms. And, as host Mike Rowe likes to point out, the show is also the story of the people and “other beings” that lived on Pacific Islands.
Image source of the giant stone “Moai” of Easter Island that experts now say is a solemn reminder that, perhaps, it was not just humans that comprised this fallen civilization. Photo courtesy Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Pacific_(TV_series)