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Alienism VS Christianity

Updated on April 23, 2019
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Highly advanced Alien visitors cross bred us with Homo Erectus some 270.000 years. Homo Sapiens is both a result of evolution and creation.

It all comes down to a serious reality check. If our God cannot convey his true intentions to his actual followers whom have given themselves to him, then he either doesn’t care or he cannot do it, or more likely and as evidence suggests, he does not exist in the first place. So, time to exchange the term from Him- to Her- with the simple law of “survival of the fittest,” namely Mother Nature. Without Her -evolution would stagnate and meaning of life would diminish.

The harmony of natural law…reveals an intelligence of such superiority that, compared with it, all the systematic thinking and acting of human beings is an utterly insignificant reflection. Albert Einstein

(Amos 3:7) Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealed his secret unto his servants the prophets.

Meaning of life means evolution and endlessly improved knowledge of the unknown and the Multiverse we are an indispensable part of. It is infinite and our incarnated physical presence may evolve into an abstract intelligence. Are we all “Gods” in the making, or would Infinity still beat us even when looking back at the linier primitive Humanity from the outside, like the Almighty God some have found comfort in, and are blindly worshipping? Worldly ways do not apply to a divine universal God. We as people want proof, yet some are willing to stake everything on no proof, and hand over their self-control. And that is freaking scary. Is that a sign of strength or rather the opposite? The well-known US Minister Dante Fortson, author of several religious books, is stating the following as an answer to an article published by MNSBC in 2017. Quote: MSNBC seems to be spreading lies about what some Christians really believe. This is my rebuttal to the article: If intelligent extraterrestrials exist, what about God? The Bible does allow for other intelligent beings in the universe. The Bible is 100% clear that angels, fallen angels, and demons exist and are supremely intelligent. We know the following about angels based on what the Bible says:

Angels have a military

They engage in combat

They have flying vehicles

They can communicate long distances

As we can see, if these so called “experts” bothered to even pick up a Bible, they would know that the Bible has no problem with intelligent beings existing in the universe. The true problem is what the media claims these beings actually are. The media wants to push a naturalistic explanation of what has already been defined as supernatural all throughout history. They want to ignore the actual information in favor of fabricated nonsense. There is NO EVIDENCE that these so called “E.T.” originate from another planet. Let me start by saying that these so called “experts” don’t know anything about what is going on, nor can they speak for Christianity in general. They perform guesswork that is equivalent to a modern day psychic cold reading. They completely ignore the actual Bible and they completely ignore those Christians that have an alternative view of what is going on with the E.T. scenario. The only Christians that are going to have a problem are those that have been ignoring the research done by many Christian researchers, including myself. End Quote.

Excuse me! Who do we owe the honor of performing guess work? Not trying to insinuate anything, but what we are reading about in the Bible, is in fact just that. Gods with flying vehicles visiting planet Earth since the dawn of civilization, controlling and manipulating our existence. Should we just dismiss them all as inconvenient obstacles to a largely constructed belief? A solution would be to ban the Old Testament which is brutally honest in documenting the accounts of our visiting Gods. However, by doing so we would delete more than over 300 predictions about the coming of Jesus. These amazing prophecies is said to have been inspired by God over the course of 4,000 years, beginning in Genesis (Ge.3:15), but channeled by technically advanced Humans, indisputably travelling by the use of interplanetary space ships. May I ask what you Christian researchers see in the Bible that we freethinkers do not? Add to that the Sumerian clay tablets revealing that the Gods systematically cross bred us with Homo erectus, thus “creating” Homo sapiens, Son of Man. At least we got that one right. No wonder you all submissive people get so offended because if someone kept pointing out how ridiculous one of my beliefs were I would be upset too. The difference is if I was informed my belief was ludicrous and unfounded I would reassess my beliefs to make sure I wasn’t being conned. I would rather have my mind open by wonder, than one closed by belief. Reading through the Bible, you will find that the “Holy Ghost” has been quite active throughout time.

The origin and message of the New Testament?

We see a radical difference between the Old and New Testament, with the latter praising the arrival of Jesus our savior. Jesus arrived on planet earth just as scripture predicted. These historical events fulfilled the predictions of the Old Testament, quite amazingly going back thousands of years, considering Jesus only ministered for three years. According to tradition the authors were Luke the Evangelist and mostly Paul the Apostle, but modern scholars believe that the work was written by an anonymous Christian author who was not an eyewitness to any of the events within the text, indicating that portions, or the entire New Testament is “man made” to suit our liking and good intentions. The link between the old and new testament is there, but the difference from historical events to “wishful thinking” is remarkable to a suspicious degree. Notably though, Jesus ensured he was present to make certain everything would unfold like channeled by the Alien Humanoid Gods.

“Don’t misunderstand why I have come. It isn’t to cancel the laws of Moses and the warnings of the prophets. No, I came to fulfill them and to make them all come true.” (Matt.5:17)

From that point on, it was no more flying Gods, apart from the last ship out of our solar system. “Beam me up commander”. The two unknown “men in white” present at his departure confirmed his return in a similar fashion. Spectacular in other words. On “clouds” and not that far into the future it seems.

It was no more deliberate encounters recorded, like part of a plan: “Let them get something to think about in our absence,” but the alien presence remained as from beginning of time, as proven by archeological findings and cave paintings dating back thousands of years. Although MUFON, (Mutual UFO Network) Ufologist’s and TV news channels did not exist, they were evidently observed throughout medieval times as well, and thankfully some individuals were able to connect the dots even then. Several paintings from the era have surfaced, including this now famous image by Art De Gelder from 1710. In the painting, John the Baptist can be seen baptizing Christ at the River of Jordan in front of a huge crowd.

The Revelation was written by John the apostle, and make a lot of sense today.

(1:7 John) “Look, he is coming with the clouds.” Jesus Christ returns as King. In the process, the world is judged. God’s wrath is center stage here, and it is fierce.

(1:7 suggested modern version) The Alien fleet will deliberately arrive fully visible and intervene in the ongoing, unsolvable war in the Middle East. The disclosure will be a short and decisive blow to the aggressors towards Israel.

Consequently it must be seen in context with Ezekiel 38 and “the battle of Armageddon.”

Throughout history, at least nine Christ-like figures pre-dating Jesus, has performed. The similarities are striking. They were all born to virgins and again having Godly or ghost like fathers. Krishna, Odysseus, Romulus, Dionysus, Heracles, Glycon, Zoroaster, Attis of Phrygia and Horus.

Mysterious similarities, so will just mention Romulus as a random example. He was born of a vestal virgin, which was a priestess of the household god Vesta, sworn to celibacy. His mother claims that the divine impregnated her. Romulus is hailed as the son of god. He is “snatched away to heaven” by a whirlwind (It is assumed that the gods took him), and he makes post mortem appearances. Surely all Christians who read this, if any- will spontaneously say the claims are false and ridiculous. Nevertheless, they are all historical figures with quite some credentials to their “legends,” but with one essential difference. None of them were said to return, although removed from the planet, as Romulus clearly was.

See the movie “Religulous” by Bill Maher. Public comments:

“It worries me that people running my country believe in a talking snake"

“I'm so ashamed to be an American when I realize how religious this country is.”

“You know I laughed at this but then I stopped with a thought, these people really believe this absolute nonsense, and then a sobering thought came over even that, these people have influence over other people!”

“We will most certainly as a species ultimately evolve beyond religion. No doubt about it. It is happening right now.”

The United States has the largest Christian population in the world, followed by Brazil and Mexico. The movie obviously ridicules Religion in general, by pointing at possible Biblical flaws, but more so the characters of the fanatic believers. Their shortcut to submission without proof is astounding. Sadly the followers of the satanic verses (Islamic cult) shows the same signs of total submission, which is scary.


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