posted on May, 5 2006 @ 02:58 PM
The author claims to have been directly given the information by beings from outer space. So, even though it isn't channeled, it's still messages
from aliens. This could be either good or bad, depending on what the message is and how accurate it is. The test for accuracy is, for me, the
Bible and after that, the other ancient texts. If it doesn't pass that criteria, to me, it isn't the truth. An example is what I refer to as the
Nibiru test. Nibiru was just the name of Nippur back in Sumerian times. However, Sitchin claims its a planet. This is how I can tell some of
what Sitchin advances, is not true. He does have good points to make, however, so, it's a matter of learning the ancient texts, to test the
"spirits," of these "aliens," and/or the truth of their messages. Alot of disinfo flying around out there, and I'm thinking it may be used to
cloud the real issues when they arise. That is no small problem, in this day and age.
A perfect example is what happened to Nancy Leder from ZetaTalk. She was convinced the ETs were channeling her information and that Planet X was
inbound, about to wreak havoc on the planet, over a year ago now. A date was even set for it. Problem was, the info was all lies or half truths.
So even if they were channeling it to her, they were giving her misleading and false information, perhaps in an effort to cloud the truth and to make
so many skeptical that they would never believe another word of knowledge again. That's kinda bad. It's the nature of the beast, however, and
that's why you need to study, study study, and again, I say study! Know your stuff, be it science or ancient history, ancient texts, etc, so you can
try the "spirits" and "messages". Prayer wouldn't hurt either.