- Education and Science
Angels or Aliens Pt 2
Some people think that as Fallen Angels were reported to be the first to be seen on Earth, then the “good” Angels, it could be likened to a mutiny.
Envisage this: A passing Starship has a mutiny. The leader of the mutineers [Satan] brings his followers [Demons] to Earth. The “Fallen Angels” Endeavour to integrate with earthlings, influencing their lives.
The Starship captain [God], believes Satan and his ways to be evil and he should not be allowed to influence other beings. He sends members of his loyal crew [Angels] to earth to combat the influence of Satan.
Given that time has a different relevance to different species, meaning aliens could live for hundreds, if not, thousands of years, could this theory make sense? What proof is there, if any, that this theory cannot be true?
This theory could at least explain how our ancient ancestors depict seeing flying machines. It could also explain many of the explained in our history.
If this theory were true, would that be a problem? After all it would still be a continuing fight between good and evil, right from wrong.
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