alien chess

Oct 29, 2010, 11:41 PM |

alien chess

Postby chessmoso on Sat Oct 30, 2010 12:25 pm

Chess came to earth from outer space

About a decade ago, when a survey was made among leading scientists and historians on what was or would be the most significant event in history,the answer was unanimous.

The greatest event would be the confirmation by SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) and NASA of intelligent life on other planets.

Chess was originally thought to have been invented in India or China 1500 years ago.

Now, we have an amazing new hypothesis.

Chess came from outer space! Aliens came here and introduced the game to us back then.

The source ,Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, has personal information of this claim.

He is a multi-millionaire businessman, and has been the President of the World Chess Federation since 1995.

He was reelected last month for another 4 year term,which means a lot of followers who believe in his sanity including Chessmoso.

He claimed that in 1997 he was taken by aliens to a spaceship and much later brought back to Earth.
“I’m not ill. I’m psychologically normal,” he says. “I didn’t hide it even though I knew that people would laugh at me and say I was crazy. Maybe it was a form of self-sacrifice.”
He said he saw a "semi-transparent half tube" spaceship on his balcony.
He then entered it and met "human-like creatures in yellow spacesuits".
He also told The Guardian the aliens took him to some kind of star. “They told me many things and showed me around."
I have always been fascinated with astronomy. During the 70s I was a member of the Philippine Astronomical Society.
I still remember the Luneta Planetarium, Hans Arber and Fr. Victor Badillo of the Ateneo Observatory, who has claim to eternal fame by having an asteroid named after him.
Aliens are apparently regular visitors as more than 1,700 encounters have been reported.
The most notable, aside from Kirsan, are Elizabeth Klarer (South Africa,1956), Antonio Villas Boas (Brazil,1957), Betty and Barney Hill(1961,USA), Herbert Schirmer (USA,1967), Pascagoula Abduction (USA,1973), Allagash Abductions (USA,1976) and Whitley Strieber (USA,1980).
The most amazing though is the claim by jazz singer Pamela Stonebrooke of having an “out of this world “”sex with a 6-foot alien reptilian in 1998 who could change into human--like form while making love.
An indirect argument for the existence of extraterrestrial life relies on the vast size of the observable Universe. The argument, endorsed by Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking, says it would be improbable for life not to exist somewhere other than Earth.
Possible forms of extraterrestrial life range from simple bacteria-like organisms to sapient beings far more advanced than us.
Based on observations from the Hubble Space Telescope, there are at least 125 billion galaxies in the Universe. It is estimated that at least ten percent of all sun-like stars have a system of planets. Even if we assume that only one out of a billion of these stars have planets supporting life, there would be some 6.25×109 (billion) life-supporting planetary systems in the Universe. Wow!
An official announcement has been made that the exoplanet-hunting Kepler Space Telescope has discovered about 140 candidate worlds that are "like Earth."
They could support liquid water and harbor intelligent life and who knows, play chess!
If a chess-playing alien is reading this article, you are welcome to join me, Jun Olis,Ely Berciles,Dante Arguelles and Tata Morelos for a game in Handuraw.
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