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Celestial or extraterrestrial?

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posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:11 AM
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Has anyone stopped to think for one a moment that maybe the random lights hovering over the world in random places at random times are celestial and not extraterrestrial? We are in the end times and the Bible states that Celestial activity will increase at the end time. I tend to think that these orbs of light are angels and not aliens from another planet. Satan is a master manipulator so it stands to reason that to discredit any thing possible being God sent would fit the alien UFO craze of the last 60 years or so. I just wondered if anyone else had thought of this as well and what your opinion may be. Please no fighting... Just intelligent converse... thanks!




posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:39 AM
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If there is something in our skies akin to ufo, and many witnesses and experience rs say it is so, it is most likely a mixture of both to some degree, though that will depend on your point of view.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:47 AM
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I feel that anything associated with lights should be considered as celestial and not necessarily extra-terrestrial. I would like to believe that even the Star of Bethlehem could be both as well. So far those orbs do nothing but emit light, which is supposed to be good against darkness.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:50 AM
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Only white light is supposed to be good against darkness.

The different spectrum's contained different emotionally emanations, if you believe that sort of thing.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:59 AM
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A pretty accurate statement.

If you are to believe some of the more credible ET testimonies available, you will understand some races of aliens are extra-dimensional in nature; they inhabit planes of existence that vibrate at a different frequency then our own. This would also tie in nicely with many physicists who are theorizing now that our universe is a hologram of sorts.

I'll tell you one thing, from personal experience; the past couple of months I have been seeing dots of very bright light appear and disappear in my vision. My eyes are perfect, I really never subject them to any kind of stress or trauma and these orbs of light are not in my peripheral range.

Also, Melissa101, I do enjoy your religious opinion, and I do agree with you to some degrees that we are currently going through the Tribulation. Some though take a hard nose opinion about anything religious, especially Christianity. Just a thought, but reminding everyone in your post that these views are of your own opinion and really could be separated from the topic at hand will help continue intelligent discourse.
It would seem trivial to have to do this, yes, but some people just aren't capable of understanding there are others of differing opinions in the world.



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 01:05 AM
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You are right! Many people do not realize that the star of Bethlehem was actually an angel. Star in the Bible means angel. The star of Bethlehem was not an actual star; logic would tell us that if an actual star was to get close enough to the earth to point directly to Bethlehem (or any city) the earth would be destroyed.




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