When it comes to the topic of UFOs and Aliens addressed by the community of Christian truthers, it’s often associated with the negative aspects of the phenomenon. This is because in truth, alien abductions not only happen to echo historical accounts of demonic encounters, but contemporary experiences of sleep paralysis as well. Less traumatic for the most part are UFO sightings, which in reality can be anything from an airplane, a secret government craft, to swamp gas, or even an actual inter-dimensional creature of some kind. But with Alien Abductions, there are terrifying reports of physical pain, loss of time, even more disturbing encounters like rape and even a kind of hybrid child bearing program, which are all highlighted by Christian’s who correctly see the phenomenon as rooted in a demonic deception. While it is true that the narrative of the Nephilim, rebel Sons of God who mated with the daughters of Adam in the antediluvian world (Genesis 6), and even Biblical demonology in the New Testament, all inform us of the evil agenda behind genuine Alien Abductions, the ideas shared by our guest concerning a potential connection with the Bible and UFOs as a separate phenomenological category might be new to you. So keep an open mind!
The Bible speaks of a heavenly host, chariots of fire, and even God himself mounting a Cherubim and flying around (Psalm 18). In fact, Psalm 68 speaks of the Chariots of God being numbered in the tens of thousands! So what did that look like? To the modern viewer, would this have looked like a fleet of UFOs like the ancient astronaut theorists suggest? Even so, would that necessarily mean that God is some kind of alien? Hardly! God is still God, no matter how He choses to get around. But when considering specific details of the theophanies in Scripture, would what the prophets saw in their visions thousands of years ago look to us like mere high tech, or perhaps something that can be experienced or imagined much more readily in 2020 thanks to advanced technological gadgetry like VR, AR, gaming, and Sci-fi action films?
If we are to hastily assume that ALL genuine UFO sightings are actually rebel Watchers traveling around in some kind of inter-dimensional “chariot,” could we be dismissing the fact that God and His heavenly host not only might have a similar mode of transportation, but that the eschatological passages about His glorious return might appear like the most EPIC UFO INVASION EVER to a deceived world who will consider Him an enemy to mankind?
We know that Satan is the “Prince of the Power of the Air” (Eph. 2:2) and rebel gods like Baal are described as the “cloud rider” in ancient Sumerian mythology. At the same time, not only do we find literary subversion of Yahweh being the true “Cloud Rider” in the Old Testament (Deut. 33:26), but a resurrected Jesus Himself ascended behind the clouds, and was declared by the angels that He would return to earth the same way (Acts 1:9, 11). And as we deepen our understanding of how Jesus was, as Dr. Mike Heiser aptly puts it in his recent book title, “Reversing Hermon” against the rebel Sons of God (Deut. 32:8), His second coming, and our joining Him in the air become the eschatological moment that all of us believers should be rejoicing in…because it’s going to be SUPER EPIC no matter what mode of transportation the Lord chooses to reveal to us at that time!!!
On this episode, we are joined by first time guest, Ali Siadatan. He is the man behind THINK AGAIN PRODUCTIONS, and the film UFOs,
ALIENS ANGELS and GODS – Alien Abductions Explained (2006). The documentary film includes commentary from the late Dr. Chuck Missler, Dr. David Jacobs, and many others who are well studied in this fringe subject.
DISCLAIMER: Remember that while you might not agree with all the details shared by our guests, the point of this show is to stay as Biblically grounded as possible, so we can freely THINK OUTSIDE THE CAGE!
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Here’s the screenshot of 666 views on one of our community threads I mentioned in the outro (it has since moved beyond this awful number):