posted on Dec, 24 2017 @ 08:08 AM
a reply to: dfnj2015
In a lot of UFO encounters were the abductee's actually communicated with there abductor's the Alien's have indeed seemed to have a belief in a God
of some kind.
As for Christianity why would they not have a belief that there own savior if they have one could not be our's too especially if they know our
religion were he said "I shall come unto each as one of there own".
But like the earth there are probably a very great many religion's out there.
Let's assume they are at a social level something like us and went through the same level's of social evolution then the following would be important
to that evolution.
Belief's become Religion's, Priesthood's arise, Temples and sacred site's are built, as agriculture and animal farming are discovered to replace
hunter gatherer society (some of which still had city's) community's grow up and shrine's and temples are built in more accessible area's, leaders are
elected and law's formulated so civilization often and indeed almost always begin's with unifying belief's that help to tie people together, later
disparate community's with differing belief's may merge but not always peacefully.
So what would they believe, as individuals or as collective society's?.
I suspect on there world's there would be many belief's, different versions of whatever they believed in and also individual understanding and
interpretation of those prevailing belief's.
In other word's it is likely that Alien society's do indeed have religion's.
Hive mind's and when and if they use shared thought communication artificial or natural on the other hand would mean that such belief's would likely
be lost in the consensus of whatever the greater society accepted as reality.
edit on 24-12-2017 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)