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‎Is "Conspiracy Theory" Healthy? How much is too much? "The Coming Alien Deception".

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posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 02:11 PM
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Originally posted by odinson
Hello All

I am a new found Christian. I love fantasy and alien movies, horror, etc. I have never had such dreams of attacks and such. I love zombie movies more I guess and i believe I will myself to have zombie dreams. But let me get to my vision. After my enlightenment of being saved in September of last year, I have been getting visions of what God wants people to be aware of.

UFOs will make an appearance the world over. The government will be part of some deception with them. I am currently seeking more understanding of what the deception would be. My guess is that they will claim to make us and try to exclude God from creation. That will be false. So no matter what they would come up with do not be fooled. God created us.


Very good, and yes, welcome.

Thank you for your interest and your response as well.
God Bless and Jesus Bless you as well.

I believe that 2008 was quite the year for "prophetic dreams". Many don't believe that The Almighty God can speak to people in this manner but at the same time these are the same people who would just as quickly mock you as soon as your back is turned.

Have you read my reply to SystemResistor ?
Re: excerpt from enduringword.com on 2 Thessalonians 2?




posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 02:27 PM
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Sorry to hear about your Mum. Glad to hear of her recovery!
Sorry, if I'm budding in since this particular reply was not directed at me...



I am content with not knowing for certain, for example, that 9-11 was an inside job. I always say there is nothing wrong with saying "I simply do not know" if you've put in the effort to study something and can still not honestly be swayed to one conclusion or another.

I agree entirely, admitting that we do not ultimately know and are okay with that...builds strength of character.




for I've not invested one bit of my being in unconditionally supporting any of them.

That is except for God's Truths, right?





I do think this site is a bit tricky for younger people under their late 20's. They have not been through enough life experience in many cases to develop a healthy detachment to some of the subjects. But I say that with some hesitation because it is a generalization and as such, there are many exceptions whom I would not wish to offend. But in general, it's been the younger people I've seen get the most upset and invested in the subject matter.

Well, said and true.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 02:38 PM
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Ahh, a welcome addition to our forum here....Thank you artistpoet.



I am no Christian but I believe Jesus spoke only truth and never set himself above any.


~~~Yes, Jesus did speak only truth as He did lead by example, how is it even "possible"
NOT to set Him above all others, except The Father!



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 02:39 PM
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Before you believers talk about 'God' so much do you happen to ask yourself where comes from? That if he truly exists, he's partially not human and his other non-human origin would have to be beyond this planet and not literally in the skies but outside them?

And that if he created Earth's life he didn't wave a magical wand but used some I don't know crops, seeds, bacteria and left it and let it develop, or for humans he directly genetically engineered and made clones of human? Much more sense than taking every single word of the Bible literally. And it is about reading between the lines.

And use the damn EDIT button stop double triple penta-posting.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 05:09 PM
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Originally posted by alilonthecheekyside
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Ahh, a welcome addition to our forum here....Thank you artistpoet.



I am no Christian but I believe Jesus spoke only truth and never set himself above any.


~~~Yes, Jesus did speak only truth as He did lead by example, how is it even "possible"
NOT to set Him above all others, except The Father!


What I mean is he never set himself above others in the way so many do ie He was not self righteous for he was righteous loving Humanity - Those who truly love never set themselves above those they love.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 10:07 PM
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Oh you're not butting in, this is your thread after all. I had planned to address a reply to you as well but I had dinner ready and had to go. I don't know of this forum shows me as logged in all the time but I am on iPad and I simply close the cover and go, so I may not necessarily be on the forum despite what my status indicates.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 10:31 PM
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Imtor, I think even Christians could agree that God is extra-terrestrial in the sense that we believe him when he speaks of being the Alpha and the Omega, meaning outside of the constraints of our 3-D Earthbound existence. So yes, in that sense he is extra terrestrial in the root meaning of the term, meaning outside of the earth.

But you have to understand, for us, he is not an ET in the sense of being a created being of an other worldly origin. We may have possible "sibling creations" on other planets who would be the kind of ET you are thinking of, and while they may have great knowledge and can do all sorts of great things with genetics and even create clones or life from scratch, they would not be OUR Creator. God is an incomprehensible being to us in our meat suits. We know him through his intermediary human form, Jesus Christ, who in the sacrifice of the Eucharist offers himself up to us continually in reconciliation. Even Protestants who do not observe the literal form of the Eucharist honor and remember Christ's sacrifice given to bring us back from our fallen state to a reconciliation of God. And if you don't understand what I'm talking about, that is okay, I took most of my life to understand and appreciate it myself. Seek, and you shall find, ask and it shall be answered to you by God via the Guidance of the Holy Spirit himself. You don't need to understand what I, a mere inarticulate human am telling you. Ask in humble prayer and true sincere desire to know and God himself will set in motion the events that will lead you to understand.

And that is also where God does not fit the mere Extra Terrestrial description. While I have posted that I wouldn't mind meeting Jesus in a nice fancy return engagement, because that would be uber cool, the fact is I've already met him in prayer. And there is the other part of the trinity to remember, the Holy Spirit, which is the guiding force of God himself that he sends to dwell in this humble human vessel. I am coming to appreciate this gift of the Holy Spirit, which is why I'm cleaning up my act. Watching my language, watching how I treat others, watching how I take care of my body, putting more thought into how I spend my time and being more selective about my entertainment.

A lot of unbelievers think we Christians only do these things because we are afraid of judgment and afraid of going to hell. But as you start to grow in the Lord and understand his love and the great gifts we are receiving, the desire to transform your life becomes a natural process. We worship a God who isn't sitting off in some spacecraft somewhere. We worship a God who dwells in us, his beloved and cherished creation for whom he sacrificed his divine life and lived as one of us and died as one of us. He told us there is no greater love than we can have than to lay down our life for our fellow man. He would know. He did just that. And all he asks is that we believe he did that and then transform our lives to be fit vessels for him to dwell within on this earth.

I hope I made some sense, dinner isn't sitting too well on my stomach. I'd better get some cooking lessons or I'm going to give myself and God some indigestion. I'm very sorry also for the typos. I can see them in preview mode but can't scroll up on this device to fix them. I hope they aren't too distracting.


edit on 24-1-2012 by SheeplFlavoredAgain because: Fixing all the typos I can reach!



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 10:54 PM
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I forgot to say, Imtor, I happen to spend a lot of time on the Fragile Earth section of the forum, which means I love science! That is not to say I am educated enough to understand everything I read, but I have sufficient intelligence and the right mindset to give it my best effort. I believe science is a great way to discern how God worked all his power into forming the creation we know and love and live in. I also love to read about new theories in physics, especially all the cool theories scientists come up with as we look at the smallest components of our known universe in the study of particle or quantum physics and then go from that extreme to studying astrophysics. The more they study, the crazier our universe looks and you start to realize, as my daughter once told me at the tender age of five, we don't exist in the way we think we do!

Being a Christian does not mean ignoring science! I know there are subgroups of Christians who willfully have a weak grasp of science, to put it kindly. We all do struggle with errors in doctrine and conflicting interpretations of our Holy Scripture for many reasons. I don't deny we share a collective egg on our faces, but I think it only shows how hard evil works to undermine us as we seek the Lord. To be a Christian is to struggle and stumble, sometimes spectacularly, and we ALL do that, myself most especially. It's in that struggle that we grow and learn and hopefully stay humble.

I personally in more recent times find myself, a lifelong Protestant, drawn to Catholicism. You may find that laughable in light of their many scandals and horrific past with violent suppression of scientific knowledge. I can only say I find their modern attitude toward science is refreshingly updated. They sponsor some of the finest schools and hospitals in the USA. There are many other denominations of Christians who also embrace science and do not interpret scripture in a way that conflicts.



posted on Jan, 25 2012 @ 12:31 AM
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Cheekyside, are you familiar with the various forms of the Three Days of Darkness prophecies (some are native American, one is Christian) and if so, what are some of your thoughts on such a scenario? For some reason it is one that has been sticking in my mind ever since I heard one instance of the strange sky sounds last February. I had heard many variations of odd sky rumbles last year and I think they mostly had something to do with our East Coast earthquake. It all seemed to lead to that event anyway. But there was one particular day the sound seemed to be bouncing around all over the sky and it just felt like something or someone was up there. I'm sure that is just my imagination at work. But it did a good job setting the mood to contemplate prophecies about extraordinary events.

Next question, is that your cat in your avatar? I've got a cat that makes that face a lot if you distract her when she is cleaning her belly.



posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 04:21 AM
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Originally posted by SheeplFlavoredAgain
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Oh you're not butting in, this is your thread after all. I had planned to address a reply to you as well but I had dinner ready and had to go. I don't know of this forum shows me as logged in all the time but I am on iPad and I simply close the cover and go, so I may not necessarily be on the forum despite what my status indicates.


Yeah, I hear yah! I had really wanted to make some Banana Bread, the other day but I ended up putting it off because I wanted to check my E-mail.


~~Maybe I could make a thread called "Conspiracy Theory Has Been Linked To ABSENTIA!!!" - DIRTY DISHES AND PILES OF LAUNDRY ARE AT EPIDEMIC LEVELS!!!

edit on 26-1-2012 by alilonthecheekyside because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 06:07 AM
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that is why I agreed to get an iPad when my desktop died. It uses less electricity and lends itself to multi tasking. I'm not stuck at my desk with it. But I am more prone to typos and have a harder time with edits.

Speaking of typos I did not mean to use a thumbs down emoticon in my post asking about your cat avatar. I've no idea how that ended up in there.



posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 06:39 PM
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Cheekyside, are you familiar with the various forms of the Three Days of Darkness prophecies (some are native American, one is Christian) and if so, what are some of your thoughts on such a scenario? For some reason it is one that has been sticking in my mind ever since I heard one instance of the strange sky sounds last February. I had heard many variations of odd sky rumbles last year and I think they mostly had something to do with our East Coast earthquake. It all seemed to lead to that event anyway. But there was one particular day the sound seemed to be bouncing around all over the sky and it just felt like something or someone was up there. I'm sure that is just my imagination at work. But it did a good job setting the mood to contemplate prophecies about extraordinary events.


~~~Such a Topic is Extensive, to say the least. Some of my thoughts on such a Scenario...?
3 Days Of Darkness, I'll have to comment on that, at a later date, if that's okay wit you?
You are referring to the "Sky Sounds"? Or the Aerial Trumpets if you will, do sound very much like that to me. But that does Not account for the apparent variations that've been uploaded.

Whether they are a "message or signal of sorts", to either "their Elite" or "Our Elite", is anyone's guess. Or if it is just an all around, Head's up from God the Father to His children to pay attention, is another possibility. Then again, it could be the Teletubbies for all we know at this point. Without a doubt, it is too soon to tell.

~~My heart says, "it's a heads up", I am a Christian, so of course, I believe that Prophecy absolutely must and will be Fullfilled. Certain things must come to pass, however WE can only understand the mind of God insomuch as WE NEED TO. I am content with that, I do not need all of the answers in order to TRUST Him.

So yes, "Something" is Up there. And thank goodness for that. I am not worried about Aliens because I do not worship them, I Love Jesus! All one need do is turn on the BoobTube to see that there are MANY who do not love Jesus and are really QUITE hostile towards Him. I think they forget HE IS A WARRIOR!

My cat's name is Rizzo! Here is a PIC! I hope you like?
See ya 'round!





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