Firstly, Andre, unfortunately "your" theory has been around for a long time. Nothing original about it. Annunaki is from Sitchin (not sure if he was
the first to use that name) and Michael Tellinger (Slave species of god) and I believe others before him as well combined the annunaki and the Bible.
I have believed the angels/god/demons of the Bible were actually aliens long before I heard of Annunaki or read "Slave species of god" as I
mentioned in a few other topics.
Read the Old Testament right through and you'll find MANY occurences of
1. "God" travelling in a craft which made smoke by day and fire by night (pretty obvious what those are).
2. Laserweapons which blinded people (Soddom).
3. Nuclear war (Soddom and Gomorrah).
4. Loudspeakers (voice of "God").
5. Crystal / sapphire walkways (leading up to spaceships).
6. The Ark of the Covenant was a 2 way radio.
7. There's even a mention of craft like the bikes of Star wars (can't recall where in bible that is).
8. And many others.
Originally posted by SaviorComplex
coming down from the sky, then why would they need stargates? Stargates and alien spacecraft seem contradictory.
Why is that contradictory. You need spacecraft to get to a planet to build the "stargates".
As much as I love sci fi movies and books, they make it hard for us believers to make sceptics believe if things that "belong in fiction" are
actually for real. Even I think that those who believe in real stargates might have been watching too many movies or tv series
Jacob's Ladder was not a literal ladder, or a gateway either. It is a metaphor; it could represent the hardships the Jews would have to face before
the coming of the Messiah, or the coming Holy Temple, or Christ himself. Besides, Jacob saw the ladder in a dream, not in the real-world.
Rather say "I don't think Jacob's ladder was a literal ladder" or "my opinion is... ". You don't know.
What I believe: It was for real. It was not a ladder, it was a walkway into a spaceship. He equated it with something he knew (ladders). Many times
people of the Bible saw God, angels, etc in "dreams". I believe they saw these things for real, but they found it so fantastical that they thought
they were dreaming.