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Alien's have a god?

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posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 04:58 PM
reply to post by avail

well how do we know that there not the gods?? for the bible says and god descended from haven and if outer space is the havens then maybe we was created by the aliens and they are playing god so how can we know then god is real or if we're just part of some sick game??

posted on Jan, 28 2009 @ 05:23 PM
Why cant i see the Anonymous posts ?!!? QQ

posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 11:51 AM
if u have fear u need so called god. all there is are universal laws and they apply to humans to aliens to gray etc
what u focus on u will get, either bad or good is one of the laws who always checks with me

posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 01:17 PM
A good question.

The search for God will stop only when you find it. "It" because God is beyond gender.

The problem is not with God, not being present, the problem is with us not seeing. It is all around us, all the time. You will end up realising that you are part of it.

Advanced civilizations, aliens, see this, thus they do no need religion, their existance is the ultimate religion of God, living is an expression of God. The only thing to desire is to become more of it. That is the only religion one can have. In plain Earthly terms, enjoy every minute of your life.

So to answer the question, advanced civilization do not have an exterior God/religion to worship, never, because God is not out there, God is inside of each and every one of us. Thus they will not have "Christ" pictures on the walls. They don't need them, they have themselves already.

Now of course it takes time to come to that conclusion. We here on Earth are very primitive, even the question itself shows how much we still have to learn as a race. But there are others like us, still called aliens, which also think God is somewhere out there, so it seems, aliens in general depending on their spiritual development will see God either as someone outside of themselves (religion) or something they are part of.

You choose where you stand and how the answer is given, since both Yes and No are true.

posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 03:52 PM
reply to post by A NeWorlDisorder

your point about zeus is wat i was trying to get at they are both paths to the same awnsers

posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 03:52 AM
I think that the general consensus is that a True God is quite separate from religion. A supreme "entity" for want of a better word, almost certainly exists and inspires spirituality.

Are we trying to "create" God because we fear "emptiness"? Let me answer that with another question, "Do humans exist because mice fear us?" Of course, the answer is "No" and so it is with a supreme God.

The detractors who have highlighted man's primitive nature and use this to disregard the notion of God have failed to take into account that this only applies to religion. Are we to suggest that if all men died then the universe would cease to exist?

Again, this is a futile attempt to "big up" mankind and place him as the primal focus of creation. The form of God is one that has to be considered and the reference to Babylon 5 and "Kosh" is significant in that it reflects our innate ability to make God centric to our existence. In earlier times we have modelled such an entity on ourselves, physically and emotionally.

Consider then the very workings of the universe that define a physical state of being, then acknowledge that "we" do not know everything about the universe. Consider how the natural attributes and nature of the universe may in fact be attributes of the very God that we are "made from" and which we exist within.

There are no facts that will substantiate such an existence except in those that see the spirituality in existence, regardless of whether man exists or not. I do not think that it is far fetched to suggest that an "advanced" alien race concedes that the universe is a wonder even it is defined in entirety by a physicality.

Even if we were part of some giant "alien experiment", the OP's question is still valid since we must ask, "what is beyond the controllers of the experiment?".

This is a fundamental question that we have "wired" into us by virtue of empirical evidence from the dawn of life. There is always something bigger, something beyond. The natural conclusion to this is a singularity of absolute supremacy in the chain of existence.

The natural God is surely defined by its own existence, and perhaps gives a clue as to "why?" By becoming everything that can ever be, perhaps God has given itself purpose. I would guess that omnipotence is pretty futile since it denies the ability to "not know". How boring must that be?

Experiencing existence as a physical entity may be the ultimate cure for boredom? Maybe life is the ultimate Playstation 3 for an uncreated being! ;-)

posted on Jan, 31 2009 @ 09:13 PM

Originally posted by Harman
Not sure if advanced aliens adhere to dogmatic religions really. Maybe they have found a way to combine the spiritual with the scientific and discovered it belonged together all along.

Now that was well said. I have always contended that GOD is the greatest scientist there is...

posted on Feb, 1 2009 @ 12:30 AM
Yes, of course we aliens believe in a Supreme Being. We may not call him God, which is of course a name made up by humans, but the idea is that out there in the vast universe there is one who rules over all creation, whether they are human or alien.

posted on Feb, 1 2009 @ 12:33 AM
well, I think they have just about the same god we have, but instead of calling him god, they call him arkvoodle.

posted on Mar, 11 2009 @ 03:09 AM
I believe in a god? If there’s only one god my question would then be who created god? Who is god’s god? If there isn’t a god then who created the universe? If the universe just exploded into being then how is it that life started and everything compliments each other so well? I’m sure aliens exist? Do they have a god? If it’s not our god then who’s god is superior? The big bang? Does god reside in these older parts of the universe? Maybe an advanced race in the older parts of the universe? Does god exist outside of normal space time? Is that possible? Where did the matter gases and dust from the big bang come from? Possible implosion of the old universe? Is the universe expanding? If it is does that still make it infinite? How do you increase forever? How many planets are there in the universe? Huh roughly infinite you say? So that means roughly a infinite possibilities of life? If we used our entire brain would we then be gods? Was this a security protocol put in place by god or gods? Where does our body’s energy go when we die? Are we self inflicted parasites within the body of god? Free will dies with proof of gods existence? Dinosaurs? Religions were created to control the masses? Do black holes exist? Rituals and ceremonies? God must be arrogant? Would he still be god with such a petty human emotion? What would man be like with billions of years to evolve? What is this ball of gas floating/resting on prior to the big bang? Questions, imagination, purpose, tradition, fear, logic….

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