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originally posted by: ArMaP
a reply to: turbonium1
I think both you and Riffrafter are right.
No, Ezekiel is not describing aliens as we expect them to look like, in the same way today's UFO (or UAP, as they like to call it now, to sound different) sightings do not give us a clear indication of them being alien.
What is common throughout history is the sighting of things the observers could not understand or identify. Does that mean it was a sign from god(s) or an alien visitation? No, it only means that it was something they could not identify or understand, just that.
Could some of the sightings, both modern and historic, be of things not from this planet? Possibly.
Could some of the sightings, both modern and historic, be signs of god(s)? Possibly (although I'm an atheist I'm used to be wrong sometimes).
Could some of the sightings, both modern and historic, be of natural things that were misinterpreted or just not understood? Possibly.
As long as we don't get clear evidence for any possibility, we should consider all possibilities, aliens, gods, parallel dimensions, unknown living creatures from Earth, etc.