posted on May, 13 2004 @ 03:20 PM
If we receive a communication from out of nowhere giving us specific religious information that wasn't on our mind at all, just out-of-the-blue weird
stuff--what do we do? I mean, in olden times this would happen and somebody would start a religion out of it--but I'm just a dope & I have no idea
really where this info is coming from. I mean, it looked like Mr. J. H. Christ to me, but how do I know if it's really Him, or the devil, or plain
ol' alien disinformation?
Specifically, I was told (and this is my interpretation coupled with the helpful suggestions of ATS members):
1) The line of David has an alien element in it that has been passed on through the blood through generations.
2) That the heart of Christianity has been horribly distorted very early on in the Church; and that a specific religious figuire, perhaps one of the
Apostles, was actually an "agent for the enemy," if you will, and purposely perverted Christ's message. This might be St. Paul, but it wasn't
3) That as far as Christ is concerned, the "real" Gospel was written in the 1800s--BC or AD is not made clear. If it's BC, that squares away with
some of the first Sumerian/Babylonian creation myths that were recorded; if it's AD then it refers to the Mormons (and believe me I'm not a Mormon
nor would I ever consciously believe that they had the true Gospel, so this communication is really weird) or the book of Oashpe (sp?) which was
dictated by automatic writing in the late 1800s (see www.sacred-texts.com for the complete text). The Sumerian/Babylonian, Mormon, and Oashpe texts
all have elements that are either suggestive of or outwardly are extraterrestrial in nature.
I was also told that though I am currently worrying about job issues, always remember that my real and firstmost boss is Christ.
Currently I'm researching and trying to reclaim my Catholic faith; this is weird info to get. What do we do with these communications, and who
really cares? And how do we verify where they're coming from?