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Linda Kimball, Friday, October 29, 2021
One of the devil's greatest achievements in our age of biological science and evolutionary thinking has been to convince natural science-and-evolution worshipping Westerners to believe that all that exists is the evolving universe of matter and energy (naturalism). The only problem, and it's a really big one because unresolvable, is that though evolutionists have tried several different anti-creation models of the universe none can account for life, conscious life, and information. Additionally, recent research has shot them full of holes, leaving evolutionists with the hated Big Bang model.
In a 2012 editorial, "The Genesis Problem," New Scientist editors admit that physicists have been fighting a rearguard action against the Big Bang theory for decades, largely because they believe it has theological overtones. After all, if you have an instant of creation, don't you need a creator?
If modern physicists understood the pagan and occult implications of the Big Bang model their fears would be put to rest. The seedbed of Big Bang speculations is ancient global cosmic events described by Eastern Advaitans and Greek nature sages as Cosmic Eggs.
One Hindu belief was that Brahman (the Void or energy field) spontaneously generated itself as something like a seed or singularity about 4.3 billion years ago and then evolved under its' own power by which it expanded and formed all that exists:
In this way of thinking, the entire universe, spirit, life, the gods, human beings, and everything else, came about by a process of emanation (or unfolding, emergence or evolution) from an energy field called Brahman.
Just as waves form across the surface of the ocean, so the Void forms upon itself successive waves (emanations) of particles (particle theory) that in turn emanate further entities and so on, with all of these entities interacting within an extraordinary network or great chain of being consisting of downward-descending self-contained planes of existence, a top-down hierarchy of astral plane realities (multiverse theory) arranged vertically.
Each higher plane of existence emanates the one below it through a mechanical process, thus each plane stands in the position of god-force to the one below. Therefore creation is not creation ex nihilo, as the Genesis account teaches, but mechanical emanation out of the Void.
In India, the Void and the doctrines of evolution, reincarnation, and karma were thoroughly established from ancient times. It was expounded first in the Upanishads (c. 1000 BC – AD 4), the philosophical-mystical texts held to be the essence of the Vedas. Moreover, the "science" and "psychology" behind the idea that mind and information evolve from chemicals can be found in the yogic science of Ayurveda and Hatha Yoga that outlines in both modern and ancient texts the glandular and neurological basis of Enlightenment. (Ibid, Griffith)
Ancient Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans in the West and the Upanishads and other mystical pantheists in the East held variations of the ‘evolving universe of matter and energy’ scheme. This ancient occult pagan belief is naturalism, which is of the worldview of monism. Monism is held in common by pantheism, materialism and spiritualism and dates back to pagan antiquity and was or is taught by all non-biblical thought systems
Naturalism means on one hand that the supernatural Tri-Personal Holy God who spoke creation into existence ex nihilo, man created as His spiritual image-bearer, the Fall, hell, holy angels, and the devil and his evil minions either do not exist or are myths from man's pre-scientific past. On the other hand, highly evolved deep space beings – themselves the emergent product of the universal life force (aka the Force, Zoë, evolution, vril, serpent power, seething energies of Lucifer) acting on matter almost certainly exist according to prominent scientist Stephen Hawking and many others.
Hawking warns against contact with deep space aliens because he believes that since they would be a very highly evolved life form they would view human kind as a primitive life-form to be conquered and used as slaves or worse.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker also believes in the existence of aliens. The author of "The Color Purple" is a disciple of David Icke, thus like him she believes the world is run by shape-shifting reptilian aliens who practice mind control from the moon.
In his book, 'Human Race Get off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More' Icke describes how the human mind is controlled from the moon which he claims is actually a "gigantic spacecraft" which sends us a "fake reality broadcast... in much the same way as portrayed in the Matrix movie trilogy." ("Prize-winning author Alice Walker gives support to David Icke on Desert Island Discs," Liam O'Brien, independent.uk, Sunday 19 May 2013)
Depending on which camp extraterrestrial believers fall into, they either view aliens with great fear and horror or as the saviors of mankind who will rescue the earth in the process. The Vatican's astronomer Dr. Guy Consolmagno, an avowed evolutionist and self-confessed science fiction fan said he would even be happy to baptize an alien. (I'd love to baptize ET, says Vatican's stargazer, dailymail.co.uk, 25 January, 2011)
Other Christian UFO believers have rapture-type events predicted for the future while many others are tormented by waking-visions and nightmares by what one man describes as demons,
Bates notes that he has heard many such testimonies and today increasing numbers of people are having very similar experiences with demons and evil spirits masquerading as aliens.
In his book, "Scientific Mythologies," James A. Herrick traces the highly evolved 'aliens from outer-space' idea back to certain Renaissance astrologers, occult Hermetic-Cabbalists, and mystics such as Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) who claimed to not only receive telepathic secrets from spirits but to have visited populated planets during self-hypnosis induced mystical experiences.
Swedenborg's mystical experiences and visits to planets bear a striking similarity to those of ex-guru Rabindranath R. Maharaj. Now a committed follower of Jesus Christ, Maharaj describes his mystical encounters with gods on other planets:
Swedenborg's influence is far-reaching. His disciples run the gamut from Kant to the occult theosophist Madame Blavatsky and psychologist J.B. Rhine together with a vast array of science fiction writers (i.e., Arthur C. Clarke, H.G. Wells, Ray Bradbury, and Steven Spielberg), contemporary spiritists and numerous evolutionary scientists.
Over time, Swedenborg's astral plane travels gave birth to what Herrick dubs "The Myth of the Extraterrestrial." As far back as the seventeenth century enthusiastic science fiction writers were imagining "the intelligent extraterrestrial visitor" and preparing the public to accept their existence. And accept them they have, for the twentieth century has witnessed a veritable population explosion in the alien domain, said Herrick. (p. 43)
Indeed, many UFO messages have been received and channeled by contactees (mediums) who claim to be receiving special revelations from our 'space brothers.' Some of these 'revelations' have even become the basis of block-buster movies featuring reptilian, grey, and humanoid Nordic extraterrestrials.
Tragically, because science fiction has become our national myth and evolution (the universal life force) is widely accepted throughout the West and taught in Western schools and many seminary's as science, secularized high-school children actually believe there must be some kind of evolutionary Star Wars-like 'force' behind the universe. Along with many deluded atheist scientists, Hollywood liberals, and like-minded progressives, some students even believe that highly evolved and technologically advanced aliens seeded life on earth.
Panspermia is the idea that life on earth was accidentally seeded by meteorites containing the essential building blocks of life or perhaps by highly evolved extraterrestrials that for billions of years have been guiding the evolution of man. The extraterrestrial idea was favored by Arthur C. Clarke in his book, "Childhood's End" and a variation on this theme has been advanced by SETI researcher Paul Davies, Francis Crick (co-discoverer of the DNA molecule) and Ralph Pudritz of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
Davies has written seriously about the possibility of "alien bioengineering" that could be detected in the DNA of life on earth and suggests that citizen scientists and school students be enlisted to help search for evidence. (An Alien Code Close to Home: Seeking ET Beyond the Radio Silence, Astrobiology Magazine, Jeremy Hsu, 10/27/2011)
Pudritz theorizes that humans and aliens may share the same DNA which itself could be part of a universal structure "of the first genetic codes anywhere...." (Why Aliens Might Look like You, Eddie Wren, dailymail.co.uk/ June 11, 2012)
Crick proposes a theory called "directed panspermia," the idea that,
Like all other dead-end evolutionary cosmologies, Crick's theory only pushes the unresolvable problem of the origin of life out into deep space:
In a big picture sense, the whole realm of UFO beliefs is a religious idea built upon evolution, yet another religious idea said Bates:
Dr. Kurt Koch (1913-1987) is a highly respected German theologian who pastored, counseled and delivered people suffering from the occult and demonic bondage throughout the world, covering sixty-five countries and five continents. In "Occult ABC," Koch identifies extraterrestrials as Lucifer's elite troops. Even though UFO's were seen in previous centuries, today's UFO's are heralds of the end-time. They appear most frequently in countries where the cult of Satan flourishes and their most obvious purpose is to destroy faith in Christ and the Bible and replace it with hell-born wisdom. Lucifer is sending his elite troops ahead:
In "Wisdom and Foolishness," Dr. Harry Reeder, senior minister of Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Ala. writes that God's Word reveals two types of wisdom. The first is worldly wisdom, which is "earthly, unspiritual, demonic." This hell-derived wisdom leaves in its wake chaos, brokenness, factions, death, and destruction. The second is wisdom from above, granted by the Triune God to those who ask for it:
The first wisdom is not of God but of the creative imagination of man run wild. It is,
Of all the foolishness of man masquerading as wisdom today, there is no more destructive and demonic than evolutionism. Evolutionism is hell-derived metaphysical sophistry pretending to be factual science which for millions of deluded seculars and their evolutionary theist counterparts has effectively become a new religion that supplants the Revealed Word of God:
Over eighteen hundred years ago the Apostle Paul foretold all of this,
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When it's said that nothing is new under the sun, it's true. The whole brouhaha with aliens and "spiritual beings" from different worlds/dimensions is not new. Let us consider ancient Celtic and Hindu mythology and religion. Celtic mythology has such concepts as aos si/fairies - which come in all shapes and sizes, have wildly varying supernatural powers and, most importantly, a system of morality alien to humanity. "Alien abductions" and "spiritual experiences", in my opinion, have too much resemblance to stories where people fall into the sidhe mounds/find their way into Tir na nOg/Emain Ablach and either get trapped there by eating wrong food, age to death due to different passage of time in Tir na nOg or emerge profoundly changed/traumatized. Also, within Celtic mythology, "gods" weren't exactly immortal - they could be killed. Even Tuatha De Danann were, in actuality, considered as... Hyper-advanced settlers of the land (today, this notion is embodied by the "advanced aliens", except Tuatha De Danann had magic and skills instead of just technology). Hindu mythology has different pieces of the puzzle - there, the universe has god-awful long timescales of existence (kalpas) and is "recurring"/"reincarnating". Also, Hindu cosmology has the notion of "alternate universes" within it - the Puranas describe an unlimited number of unlimited universes (and each universe is enveloped in a shell). Also, within Buddhism, "gods" are indeed like aliens - meaning, beings with great powers but who still can die and are not infallible... So... Maybe that's why modern atheists gush about how "Buddhism is scientific". In short... These ideas are not new - and every time some hippie or a practitioner of scientism tries to drive this old tired bunch of unproven lies, feel free to refer them to Celtic and Hindu mythology. Especially if they have the gall to call Christians "superstitious".
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