Aliens From Star Wars Created Judaism
The 1981 film Raiders Of The Lost Ark centers on the quest for the Ark of the Covenant -- the box that Moses uh... used to keep God in? The bible is not entirely in our wheelhouse. At any rate, the Ark is somehow filled with the divine power to melt Nazis' faces, and it also figures pretty centrally into Judeo-Christian mythology. And yet, if you look closely, you'll learn that the Ark wasn't given to Moses first, but rather, a pair of Twi'leks from the Star Wars universe.
Here's the ark in Raiders: an ornate golden box, with a relief set into the side, and winged bird-people-guys on top.
"Hey, shouldn't this weigh like five thousand pounds?"
Now, here is a still from the cartoon series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, wherein two Twi'leks are loading what is clearly the Ark of the Covenant into a spaceship. The ornate golden body, the two eagle-men on top. It's 100 percent the Ark.
And still not a single safety latch on the goddamn lid.
In addition, we know that characters from the Star Wars universe came to Earth in humanity's ancient past, because of the literal writing on the literal wall: