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Posted by Phil.o.Sofir on January 22, 2000 13:12:36 UTC

: : : The best explanation for the UFO phenom is based on Gen. chapter 6. This is cooabborated by the historical records of the Sumarian, Egyptian, Incan, ancient am. Indian and Greek cultures. Jesus said that asign of his return would be "the days will be as the days of Noah". What did he mean? "The sons of God" 'bani ha elhomin' [greek word for angel from the Septuagint] "came unto" the daughters of Adam and produced a race of giants, in Noahs day; so God sent the flood to purge the gene pool [if you will]. Anyway, it is clear to me that this Ufo thing is demonic, rather than being aliens from some other galaxy, they inhabit the higher dimensions as predicted by mathematical theory. Virtually all alien abduction encounters involve "sexual experimentation" by the "aliens" on their hapless abductees. This would seem to indicate that they haven't given up on trying to breed a race of ungodly beings. Not coincidentally, the new agers already believe that we were spawned by an intelligent race and have been "nurtured" through-out our history and that they will soon "step in" and help us "evolve" into the next realm or whatever. Satan is the master of deception, be careful who you believe.

: : ***I do not understand how you can say that that is the "best" explanation, when we do not know a thing about what is trying to be explained. We do not have a ufo to examine, or its occupants if there are any, all this is currently fantasy. The proposition that there have been Alien craft on earth in the past is based upon hypothoses at this point, including any Bibical interpretations.

: : ***Here is a problem, when we begin to visit other civilizations on other planets, which we will do eventually if we survive long enough and if there are in fact other civilizations to visit, will we be demonic? This must be viewed from the perpective of a believer to begin with, but if there is a God, how would that differ from what you say about visiters from outer space, and why could it not have been the God you worship, could it not be that it might need a craft to travel, or its associates (the good angels)?

: : ***Do you believe there could be life elsewhere in the universe which is not of "demonic" origins, regardless of the intelligence level?

: : ***What exactly is it we are to do after we die if there is an afterlife? How does this entity of individual souls continue without a material base? : : And what changes do you think will occur in the personality of one who tranforms from body in this world to the soul in the hereafter?

: bzrd here: You are partly correct in stating that "we don't know a thing about what we are trying to explain"; one must explore the alternative news sources to uncover the evidence, most people don't realize there is evidence. For ex. in the late 90's [boy that sounds strange] Mexico City experienced a UFO event that lasted about 4 hrs. It was witnessed by 10's of thousands of people and caught on video tape. It recieved virtually no coverage in this country. There is a world reknown pshyciatrist from Harvard [I can get his name if you like] who studied hundreds of alien abductees, his conclusion would undoubtably suprise many people. It has been estimated that as many 3% of the US pop. has had an abduction experience; it seems too bizzaar to be true, yet the simularities of their accounts demand an explanation. Given that the existance the higher dimensions is well beyond the theoretical stage, on what basis does one rule out the possibility that these beings are a part of our "reality", and that we are unable to perceive under normal circumstances? It would seem to be a more plausible explanation than the notion of intelligent beings traversing incredible distances just to perform sexual experiments our indoctorinate us with new age philosophy.

***Hi Bzrd, the concept of false memories comes into play so much more often than is given credit for, it is my estimation that at least half of an adults "remembered" childhood experiances are biased by later experiances, if not totally false using only a trigger of a memory to create them. This is the same with dreams, they are part of our "real" experiance until verified to be dreams. There is so much input these days, television is a big one which alters our view of what is real or imagined, televison affects us tremendously. Have you ever dreamt of flying through the air? There are many who believe that this is an actual experiance, some call it out of body experiance, but is nothing more than a dream, some people believe it really happened.

***As far as the incident in mexico, four hours is a long time, no aircraft investigated? It seems to me that whenever an unexplainable event occurs, that possibilities are given, then accepted, but this is so easy to do when there is no physical evedence to back these notions up.

***As far as which is more plausable, the aliens with an intrest in sexual matters, or demons trying to create a super race, it seems to me that they are about even on the plausabiity scale, which is very low on the reality scale. What ar the other options?

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