>In the Qu'ran most muslims believe that if the world was made
in six days that it is impossible that there would the chance of
extraterrestrial civilisations out there in the universe. But when we
break it down the chances are there are other extraterrestrial
civilisations out there and the chances are that they have visited us
in the past as well as the present. Originally the bible said that the
world and the heavens were made in seven days this is because the god
(elohim) in the bible represents the seven stars of the Pleiades
cluster in the night sky hence why elohim is plural but when we look at
the Qu'ran its slightly different because they believe that god does
not need a day of rest hence why the world was made in only six days
rather than the seven like in the Bible.
>Despite there being many arguments made against there being
extraterrestrials out there in the universe and the belief by muslims
that Mecca is the centre of the universe there are some anomalies
within the Qu'ran which stick out and make us ponder whether or not the
god of the Qu'ran known as Allah is not an extraterrestrial himself but
the teachings of the Qu'ran just like the Bible have been corrupted
mainly due to being passed down orally and other anomalies.
>When we examine the Qu'ran carefully we find that there is one
anomaly which sticks out and raises a few eye brows and that is this
quote within the Qu'ran.:
"Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds. The
Beneficent, the Merciful. Owner of the Day of Judgment.
>When we examine this quote closely we find that Allah is not
just lord of one world but a lord of more than one world which could be
that Allah of the Qu'ran might have been in the long distant past
an extraterrestrials or a group of extraterrestrials and it
could well have been that the ancients saw the advanced technology
of extraterrestrials and could only interpret them as gods
because they could not understand what was happening at the time also
to add its quite possible that its religious manipulation designed by
extraterrestrials to hold us back with few records within religious
scipture that only hint at this possiblility.
>But whatever the answer maybe there is evidence undoubtedly
within the Qu'ran which suggests that Allah might be lord of more than
world other than just earth which suggests aliens.