posted on Nov, 27 2005 @ 01:29 AM
Hmmmmm interesting subject ...though it seems quite logical no matter how I look at it...religeously/spiritually or not...
However being more logically based in considering it outside of religeous understanding, it seems harder to prove, or consider...
either way what it really comes down to for me is.... what is the definition of "alien?"
A person, or speicies who is not indigenous to Earth, right?
and if we split hairs...does it mean their physical body or spiritual being (if one believes in a spirit and soul etc) that is alien to us?
Was Jesus Christ an alien? Well his physical birth and family tree was recorded as a natural human being born to a human parent of a species
indiginous to the planet Earth...
so as someone proposed the hybrid theory, outside of that theory, we'd have to say "no, physically he was not alien" but that does not address the
Now, to consider it religeously-spiritual-though we are mortally/physically indigenous to this Earth we live upon, does that mean we then didn't
come from some place else-spiritually? Whether it is strictly a spiritual pre-existance we consider, or theories of re-incarnation, we can religeously
/spiritually contemplate that we came and occupied these indiginoue bodies, but our spirits are alien-so does "alien" just mean physically/naturally
indiginous or spiritually indiginous as well...as in did our spirits come into esistance here?
Well, to take it from the Christian perspective (seems like a good starting point since we're discussing Christ himself) we can conclude that Jesus
was an alien spiritually, as he was the son of God who created the Earth, but did not come into existance being born on it, into it, or created from
it...thus not indiginous to it, right?
His father, the God that claims He knew us before He formed us in the womb...must have known us some PLACE before he formed us in the womb then...
So...Where did He know us from?
Iit is often taught that Jesus had a plan...as did his rival Lucifer, both presented their plan to God the Father and then a war in Heaven
ensued...(where is Heaven anyway?)
So... clearly, Jesus lived before He came to earth-as merely a spirit even if he could come here and then take upon him the physical body of human
being as it is taught He did, so he could fulfill the plan and be the saviour of the world.
But not just as a mortal, but as a son of God...one who resided with the father from the begining of the creation of Earth....the one who fought
against Lucifer in Heaven, and came to Earth to be the savior of this world
therfore this religious thinking would prove his begining of life spiritually did NOT originate on Earth...therefor he is not of an indigenous species
of our planet-therfore he is indeed an alien.
if we accept the hybrid theory, accepting the religious view again from an additional perspective, which is he was concieved by supernatural means,
then we can say:
"Yes, he was physically the hybrid of a mortal human indiginous to Earth...and of God...or a being/force who is not indiginous to Earth-thus he was
an "alien" or at least part alien, half-alien, or an alien hybrid
...so...religeously speaking, could he have been "Alien"?
Absolutely-it nearly proves he was!
Ironic isn't it? That it would be religion that proves the alien theory of Christ!
Now, is it further proven by his "miracles?" ...well maybe it lends some credibility- if not understanding- to the idea....but I think the proof is
in how you believe...if you believe he did "miracles" that they were real events, then a logical explanation to those miracles is to conclude either
he was alien, or supernaturally the son of God...but I say it's one in the same.
But more so, to me, those miracles and those of Moses etc would speak of potential of supernatural we all have-even as indiginous creatures
Now, if we don't believe in him as the son of God...or in a god at all...then how did he perform those "miracles?"
Well, we'd then conclude it was supernature, outside the abilities of those on Earth, thus he is an alien...
Gosh weak point I realize but I find it really hard almost to argue the point of Jesus being an alien outside of religion...finding any ""proof"
based on fact or a belief system to support the theory
I'm left to just say " Yup, must be alien, because how else could he have defied the known laws of sceince and understanding?"
but how embarrassingly weak!
SO...does belieivng in aliens now lend some credibility to believing in God instead of believing in aliens as a way of debunking the theories of a
it would seem nearly logical from my point of view here that if aliens exist then so does God, and if Jesuse was an alien it was because he was
God...so if you believe in aliens, you should consider belieinv in God...and if you believe in God...consider belieing in aliens
hhhhhmmmmm good food for thought, thanks for the thread