posted on May, 15 2009 @ 10:47 AM
Mulitple posters continue to reference "aliens" in the context of them being "demons", or "fallen angels" but fail to make any logical
connection with the end times scenario spelled out in Revelations.
I have read contradictory posts here about which group of aliens are these "fallen angels". Some are saying they are the greys, some are saying they
are the Nordics, which look very much like people. From my understanding of what is written in the bible, the real angels described have a human-like
appearance. From my understanding "demons" are not physical beings - likewise, angels are not physical beings, or are they?
So why would "the greys" have an appaerance which is totally different from other angels - or are you saying that all angels look like the greys.
Or are all aliens, including "greys", "Nordics", "reptilians" and "preying mantis" types, to say nothing of all the other forms that have been
described, are all of these fallen angels? Why would they have to travel in spaceships if they are fallen angels.
Is this nothing but a "Christian" attempt to address a "fear of the unknown" translated into a "demonization of the unknown"?
It was not that long ago that many Christians believed that people who had dark skin had no souls. It is hard to believe, but that was a very
pervasive belief not long ago. Is it possible that Christians are clinging to a religious view that places man and Planet Earth at the centre of the
universe - man as being created, according to Genesis, "in his own image".
Adding to this, if man was created in the image of "God", and this "God" is the same as "Lord" and "Yahweh" referenced throughout the bible,
then it makes absolutely no sense at all. Why would a "all knowing and all seeing" god have any physical form or appearance at all. I am referring
in this case to "God", creator of the universe. If humans are created in the physical "image of god", then this god must be a physical being - not
"evolved on earth" or created for Earth by the 'Creator God', This "God" "Yahweh" can not by definition be anything but one of a group of
aliens beings, originating from some other part of the universe, who visited earth and created humans - probably using some advanced type of genetic
engineering. These beings, are referred in the Bible as the "Elohim", include the being "Yahweh" who "chose" his people "the
Hebrews/Israelites", designated a leader of these Israelites, "Moses" to lead "Yahweh's chosen people", out of slavery in Egypt. He then had
these people wages wars against other people, who were servants of other Elohim.
If the "Elohim" return, they will return in spaceships. I do agree that it is possible that there are good and evil Elohim, in the same way there
are good and evil people - although, I would argue that these are probably relative, there being few examples of absolutes.
I would agree that if any of these Elohim return in their spaceships, there would be no reason for us to worship any of them as "God". This doesn't
rule out the possibility that they may expect the same "worship" they received as our creators. But that doesn't mean we should "worship" them,
as a "God", although, if they are our creators, I would imagine that some sort of acknowledgement of this would be appropriate, provided they could
prove they are our creators and previous rulers. I suppose in one way or another, the followers of Christian, Moslem and Jewish religions, could be
said to be "spiritually ruled" by these Elohim.
This still doesn't explain who the "fallen angels" are, but it is possible that the Elohim have a hierarchy, and angels are simply a lower social
strata of Elohim/Annunaki beings. Maybe the Elohim did leave some "angels" behind, and maybe they do still fly around earth in their spaceships.
All of this hypothesis, makes an assumption that the various books of the Bible are a mythology that is a recorded version of what were real events. I
have no way of knowing if these events transpired as they are written. Obviously, there were no humans here to record the events in Genesis preceding
the creation of Adam and Eve. It is my belief that many books, such as the Bible describe a mythology which is at least based on actual events. That
doesn't rule out the possibility, that some of the written works are fiction, written with an intent to function as a lesson.