Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
Inter-dimensional Aliens are actually called Jinns
I'm just finishing a book on djinns by Rosemary Ellen Guiley and Phil Imbrogno. Many other paranormal and UFO researchers have come to the same
conclusions they've come to: that the djinn are a race that's much older than humans and is usually invisible to our eyes. The djinn are shapeshifters
and can make themselves visible whenever they want; they have superstrength and what we'd call "supernatural" abilities; they live a lot longer than
us (thousands of years) -- and they're very likely to be responsible for all the UFO, Bigfoot, mothman sightings, as well as poltergeist hauntings,
shadow people and fairy encounters, etc.
Phil and Rosemary believe they're coming through portals and mini-wormholes in our reality. I also believe that they're in such a closeby dimension,
i.e., right here on Earth along with us, removed from us just by a thin membrane, that we can call on them via Ouija boards or just a strong desire,
allowing them to physcially enter our dimension.
Aleister Crowley and his follower, Jack Parsons, allegedly opened portals in spacetime, which have let these beings through en masse. And now that
books on Enochian magic and such, which were at one time carefully hidden, can be pulled up by any dolt on the Internet, the breakthroughs are vastly
increasing. Just remember how many idiots just on ATS made threads asking how to conjure a demon and some such.
Guiley and Imbrogno also believe that the increase of djinn encounters has to do with the fact that the Earth's magnetic field has been dwindling away
in the last 10-20 years or so. The djinn are plasma-based beings and thus affected by electromagnetic fields. When our Earth field is shutting down,
it may be a lot easier for them to come through at will and in great numbers.
In Islamic belief, the djinn -- much like the fallen angels in Christian scripture -- were created by God from "smokeless fire" and were another race
aside from angels and humans, who came later. When they refused to bow to humans as God's latest creation, they were banned to another dimension,
according to eyewitness accounts, a terrifying, hellish place.
Other stories say that the djinn were the original shepherds of the Earth, but they totally screwed it up by waging terrible, devastating wars on each
other and destroying the environment. (That would jive with some fringe archaeologists' claims -- corroborated by the Bhagdavagita -- that in ancient
times in the Middle East, there must have been a devastating nuclear war from the archaeological evidence of it.) As a punishment, they were replaced
by a new guardian race, humans. If that's true, then we didn't do a good job either, and may be replaced by another race in the near future.
Anyway, while the djinn are not all explicitly evil, they sure have a pretty dim view of humanity, which, as they believe, took the place that was
rightfully theirs. So they seem to be more prone to cause havoc and mayhem than to help and support human beings -- unless, of course, you have the
unlimited power King Solomon had over them (but then, of course, they'd hate you even more and would only bide their time until they could find a way
to hurt you).
So, all in all, not beings you want to associate with. In a nutshell, there may be no aliens, Bigfoots, fairies, shadow people, skinwalkers, apemen,
poltergeists, etc. -- it might well be all the djinn.
PS: Even more mind-boggling: the djinn may well be the gods of old, from Greek, Roman, Egyptian mythology, as well as the burning bush that showed
itself to Moses, and other biblical apparitions. Djinn live for a very long time, and a 1,000-year-old djinn is just a baby; besides, they have
impressive supernatural abilities, so it would be quite easy for them to appear all-powerful and all-knowing to human beings. The burning-bush
incident could very well have been a powerful djinn, since the djinn are made of "smokeless fire," exactly what the burning bush was -- burning, but
not being consumed by flame. I feel tempted to think -- considering the extreme cruelty of many Old Testament stories -- that the OT is completely
laced with stories about djinn, which the people of that time mistook for acts of God.
But it's not just religion. The famous Seth, channeled by Jane Roberts, an entity who many believe was pretty much single-handedly responsible for the
New Age movement, was, IMO, most certainly a djinn. They've been around for many millions of years, trying to influence the thinking and beliefs of
mankind, trying to nudge them this way or that, to their own benefit and hidden objectives. We can also assume that all aliens, "ascended masters,"
and messiah-like beings that claim to speak through channelers are djinn making up stories -- for their own amusement and to deceive their followers.
If you love channeled messages and don't believe me, please read the book "Siren Calls of Hungry Ghosts" by Joe Fisher. Shortly after publishing his
revealing book, the author was supposedly offed by the entities he'd exposed. After reading that book, I guarantee you, you'll never want anything to
do with channelers again.
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