Originally posted by zataraBecause I am not very familiar with the bible I would like to know if one of you guys know if there are any
indications that can be explained as aliens in the book of revelations?
First of all, it must be understood what
it is that is asking this question.
One of the principal interests of the "beast of the earth" consciousness of the 'thinker' is future events in the space-time reality. This is directly
related to the fear of death and the pursuit of pleasure.
In other words, the consciousness of the 'thinker' has no real
interest in the Truth at all, only 'prophecies'.
This is why literally every
interpretation of the nitwit Christian theologians and their hapless followers focuses on the Revelation
as exclusively a book about Prophecy; in specific violation
, by the way, of the statement in the Revelation of John
that "the time is now".
In other words, the Revelation of John
includes a spiritual
Teaching about the Knowledge and the consciousness of the Truth which was to
be understood at the time that it was written.
And, unless this spiritual
Teaching of the Revelation of John
is understood first
, there can be no understanding whatsoever of
the Prophetic aspect of the Revelation of John
And, it is the understanding of the esoteric dimension of the Revelation of John
which separates those who have a Knowledge of the
Revelation of John
from the liars.
So, no, there are no references to UFOs in the Revelation of John
; although, even if there were, such information would be orders of magnitude
less important than understanding that the Seven Trumpets refer to seven emotions: desire, anxiety, fear, envy (greed, ambition and the lust for
power), sorrow, indignation and rage; and that the Messages to the Seven Churches consist of Teachings about the loss of the consciousness of the
Knowledge of Truth (the non-dualistic consciousness with which man was Created 'by and in the image of God'--Genesis
1:27) and the structure
and activities of the consciousness of 'the Fall'--that is, the "beast of the sea" consciousness of the "self" and the "beast of the earth"
consciousness of the 'thinker'.
edit on 11-9-2010 by Michael Cecil because: eliminate redundant name