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Jul 22nd, 2004, 7:30 PM
I was wondering if any alien abductees / contactees had ever had religion discussed with them by the aliens in question. ie. have any of the aliens ever stated their beliefs in God or any of the various religions.
I've only really ever found 1 link to anything close ... link is provided
I would be interested to hear from anyone who has heard about this.
ps. this may only be for those of us who truly believe in intelligent alien life :eek:
Jul 22nd, 2004, 7:45 PM
I've discussed religion with them. They consider it a fatal disease.
Jul 23rd, 2004, 1:29 AM
I've discussed religion with them. They consider it a fatal disease.
Another one to hit the utter-trivia-thread charts!!!
Jul 23rd, 2004, 4:01 AM
that's actually really funny. :sardonic:
Jul 23rd, 2004, 7:02 PM
Actually I've seen shows on abductees, and a lot of them do talk about spititualism. I don't buy that part of it myself. If aliens are here, I don't think they are up to anything good.
Jul 23rd, 2004, 9:20 PM
It's rather arrogant on our part to assume that they would be predisposed towards religion. I rather suspect they would consider it an alien concept. :D
Jul 24th, 2004, 1:08 AM
Agreed. I'm sure aliens have better things to do, like anal probing. :crazy:
Jul 24th, 2004, 1:34 AM
Hell, if I was an alien, I'd play God--not believe in Him. Just imagine all the hippies flocking the Arizona desert because an unknown being with knowledge so vast that he can cure blindness and fly seemingly unsupported. It almost sounds like Jesus. :D
Jul 24th, 2004, 2:26 AM
~ "The Madonna with Saint Giovannino" ~
Above Mary's left shoulder is a shining, or glowing, disk shaped object.
A man and his dog can clearly be seen looking up at the floating object in the composite below.
Painted in the 15th century, Palazzo Vecchio lists the artist as unknown ~ although attributed to the Lippi school
~ "The Miracle of the Snow" ~
by Masolino Da Panicale circa 1400
(right) from Florence, Italy ~ in the
Church of Santa Maria Maggiore,
depicting Jesus and Mary on very
non vaporous "lenticular clouds"
(flat and circular), or accompanied
by an armada of flying saucers
stretching beyond the horizon.
Glorification of the Eucharist" ~ painting by Bonaventura Salimbeni.
Painted in 1600, today it hangs in the church of San Lorenzo in San Pietro, Montalcino, Italy
Notice the Sputnik Satellite like device that some consider to be a stylized representation of the Earth.
Jul 24th, 2004, 2:45 AM
As we enter the 21st century and a new millenium, Satan has devised the delusion that mankind is entering into an important evolutionary phase - a New Age. The push for "global enlightenment" has now extended to the vast reaches of the universe, into what could be deemed as a "space" religion. However, once this nebulous veil is lifted, a definite correlation emerges between the UFO/Alien phenomenon and occultic/satanic activity.
The ancient civilizations of the Egyptians, Babylonians, Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas shared several intriguing characteristics:
They were extremely advanced scientifically and technologically.
Animal and human sacrifices were performed at an alarming rate, preceding their demise.
They believed they had acquired metaphysical knowledge from the "gods", whom they perceived as coming from the stars and also the subterranean level of the earth.
These cultures disintegrated or became abruptly extinct while at the pinnacle of their existance.
Many of these revered and feared entities were described as looking like winged-reptilians or dragons. Similarly, Satan and his minions were depicted in an identical manner, as seen in artwork throughout the centuries.
A monograph entitled, Reality of the Serpent Race, by Branton, reveals, "In Genesis 3 we read about the 'Nachash'; Hebrew word for 'Serpent'. The original Nachash was not actually a snake as most people believe, but an extremely intelligent, cunning creature, possessed with the ability to speak and reason." Another significant parallel from the Holy Bible is shown in Jeremiah 8:17, "Behold, I will send serpents, cockatrices among you, which will bite you, saith the Lord." The definition of a cockatrice is a reptilian bird-like creature or winged-serpent. This could very well represent the Phoenix, described in Egyptian mythology.
A theory proposed by Bible scholar I.D.E. Thomas asserts that the race of the "Nephilim" (meaning Giants and/or fallen ones), mentioned in Genesis 6:4 and Numbers 13:33, closely resemble the alien race of the blond Pleiadian Nordics, reported to be eight to nine feet tall. The Nazis attempted to revive this mystical Aryan race in the 1930's and 1940's. Mr. Thomas believes that a hybrid offspring culminated from relations between the Nephilim and the "daughters of man" resulting in increased wickedness upon the earth; and thus evoking God's wrath in the form of the "Great Flood".
Interviews taken of ex-Wiccans and Satanists (now Christians) indicate a high level of personal contact with various alien types, especially during coven meetings and holiday rituals. Those coming from the highest echelon of Satanism known as the Illuminati, believe the original people who inhabited the earth descended from Mars via the Moon. They believe the first established civilization was Atlantis. Renowned for their superior intellect, the Atlanteans suffered the same fate as a few of the proceeding cultures already mentioned. The remnant people from Atlantis became the American Indians, according to their interpretation of history.
Dr. Richard Boylan has written extensively about E.T. encounters, and has found five common features of people predominately involved in UFO/alien sightings and abductions:
Individuals possessing a high degree of psychic ability.
Similar phenomenon occuring with other family members (multi or trans-generational).
Native Americans and/or indigenous peoples.
Children who have been subjected to severe abuse or trauma.
Individuals and/or family members affiliated to government and/or military intelligence agencies or departments.
In conjunction, a strong relationship exists between occultic ritual sites, top secret military installations, and UFO/alien sightings and abductions. There also appears to be a magnetic spiritual vortex (or vacuum) which has drawn an many "New Agers" into these areas (Taos, NM; Sedona,AZ; Boulder, CO, etc.). One prime example is the area near Dulce, NM, where the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has a highly-secured underground complex on the Jicarella Indian Reservation -- a region known for Native American shamanism. The facility is said to be used for genetic engineering, including cloning. Several witnesses who were employed there reported seeing different breeds of aliens.
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Jul 24th, 2004, 3:20 PM
You beat me to it Prez! :mad: :rolling:
Alright, time to get serious. This is a link related to what you just talked about Prez. Its far too much reading to copy and past to this thread, so heres the link. http://www.echoesofenoch.com/index.cfm?id=25555&fuseaction=browse&pageid=44
Jul 24th, 2004, 7:58 PM
Great link Strife..I saved it to look thru more later..
This part stood out
"Ancient Sumeria - The Anunnaki, meaning, "Those who from heaven to earth came". Described as white gods from the skies."
Could the sky be the mountains? The "Gods" really came down from Mt. Atlantis/Olympus.
Jul 24th, 2004, 10:40 PM
One theory I have come across in my studies of Ancient History is that earth was colonised by advanced aliens that spread throughout the world and created humans. This helps explain things to do with pyramid/temple angles and the sort.
I'll see if I can dig it up, since it's pretty interesting.
Jul 24th, 2004, 10:56 PM
Connections between the crop circle phenomenon and Masonic Sacred Geometry.
Jul 26th, 2004, 1:59 PM
Weren't crop circles disproven years ago? They ended up being frauds.
Jul 26th, 2004, 2:38 PM
Weren't crop circles disproven years ago? They ended up being frauds. Nope! Some are obvious frauds and yet others are remarkable frauds. To steal an analogy I heard on The History Channel "Just because someone counterfits a 20 dollar bill, doesn't mean all 20 dollar bills are counterfit".
Jul 26th, 2004, 5:08 PM
To me it seems quite silly and arrogant to think that one persons deity would hold sway over the whole of the cosmos and cause fear to the other inhabitants.
During ritual/sabbats/esbats/holidays,or at any point in my life, I have never experienced alien encounters, nor anything that would cause me to tuck tail and turn from my beliefs.
But as with all new/possible alien civilizations that could arise i'm sure those churches out there would jump at the chance to prostheletyze to the new found races into submission for their deity.
Aug 2nd, 2004, 5:23 AM
I agree. Ever met a good alien? Spiritual aliens wouldn't forcibly kidnap unsuspecting people, paralyze their bodies, rape their minds, probe them with hellish instruments and then speak some dribble about the end of the world. Come on, what next? They're up to no good, I bet!
Aug 2nd, 2004, 6:53 AM
IF alien's exist and are visiting us, and they believe in God, wouldn't that pretty much kill all Atheism? I mean if Alien's are advanced enough to visit Earth from light years away, I would certainly take their science over ours.
I still don't know about aliens visiting, though. I agree there are probably some out there, but the odds of them finding us and other difficulties just seems weird to me.
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