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Very observant. Yes, god had help for sure.
Why the use of Us, Our?
These three could belong together. Hearing gods footsteps was only noted because god did not ever make a physical appearance. So hearing his footsteps was special indeed. The whole abduction scenerio is probably clearer then you realize. It is odd how Adam and Eve seem to appear out of know where, as though they had been abducted. What a coincidence, thats what aliens do, they abduct.
Does that not sound like a typical Alien Abduction operation?
How was God walking?
Why did God have to ask "Where are you" ?
You probably missed the part early on where god lays Adam to sleep so that he could make Eve. Laying someone to sleep say with mind powers is yet again another alien power.
This is all in the first 3 chapters, there is more throughout the bible, but I thought that this would be a good start for a discussion.
Well it helps to read the preface which tells us that its a book that deals with supernatural material. Which of course is aliens.
It certainly may be possible. But the question isn't 'Is it possible?' but more 'What do you choose to be possible?'
Say you believe wholeheartedly that God is an alien race. Then you believe that spiritual encounters are merely extraterrestrial encounters. Then you believe death to be some sort of ascension to space or UFO ticket to the alien planet from whence God came. Then, like it was said, resurrection is basically an alien abduction.
Everyone's definitely associated God with something alien - most of us can agree He's out of this world/planet. But what's more appealing? 'God' or 'Alien race'? No one wants to believe God is an alien race 'cause 'alien race' doesn't appeal to the ordinary man. Not to mention all the connotations and associations with the word 'alien'.
Basically I think people fuss more over the technicalities than the general idea...
Ive thought about this possibility for a while. If an ET Race did create Humans that would explain the gaps in Human Evolution. And this Theory is far more plausible than a Magic Man in the Sky.
Originally posted by amitheone
Originally posted by future flow
my point exactaly....i couldnt have said it better myself....ive often thought to myself if the mythical atlantis...and other places like it werent acctually some sort of connection to the bible story's "god" as well as the mayan "gods" egyptian "gods"etc...
Yes, it has a big connection. All these mythical beings I read must probably be true. A union between Angels and Humans through genetic manipulation. My theory of how they did it is, it is possible that they implanted in the womb of a woman a genetically modified egg. All it takes is for the husband to fertilize the egg and in 9 months you have a Nephillim. Angels by the way, do not procreate. They don't have reproductive organs as they are spirits. Though they have male attributes, they do not procreate. All they can do is to intelligently design a DNA structure to their likings and then implanted it in the womb. These Angels are far way way more superior in intelligence and might than us.
I suspect with the DNA results of the Neanderthals and humans having different ancestral mothers, it can be concluded that the Neanderthal is one of the product of the fallen Angels.
Here's the BBC news link:
Originally posted by wildtimes
reply to post by TrueMessiah
Welcome to ATS.
Look forward to more of your posts and ideas/thoughts.