How UFOnauts (ETs) are viewed depends on whether you are an atheist evolutionist such as Richard Dawkins, an occult New Age pantheist such as powerful UN insider Robert Muller or a Christian creationist such as Gary Bates. Dawkins wants there to be no transcendent living, personal Creator and is therefore a spokesperson for contemporary militant atheism. Due to the fact that both spontaneous generation and the Big Bang theory have fallen apart, Dawkins has moved on to extremely problamatic panspermia, the theory that highly evolved beings came to earth long ago and seeded it with life. In this view, ETs are man's "creator-gods" and throughout history have been visiting earth to assist in man's upward evolution into ultimate godhood.
Occult New Agers believe with Darwinists that man evolved from a primordial soup but now evolves toward Teilhard de Chardin's "Omega Point." Evolution is becoming "aware of itself," God is in process of emerging out of matter, and man himself is evolving toward total God-consciousness. In this context, ETs are the highly evolved souls of men who over thousands and perhaps even millions of reincarnations, have finally attained godhood and are come back to assist men like Muller in his own spiritual evolution. Today, increasing numbers of New Age insiders are receiving "spirit revelations" from their "friendly" spirit guides.
Among New Agers ETs are called for example, Spirit Guides, Transcended Masters, Space Brothers, the Council of Nine, and the ancient Enneads (gods) of Egypt.
Gary Bates and Christian theologian Kurt Koch on the other hand, hold that evolution is a great deception and ETs are fallen angels. Koch notes that UFO sightings and interactions are prevalent in societies that have become demonic strongholds. Linda
_______________________________________________________________________________ So What's Up With the Big Increase in UFO Reports? By Benjamin Radford
According to an organization that tracks UFO reports, this summer has been an especially busy period for UFO sightings. The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) noted that sightings increased over the past six weeks, with some states more than doubling their normal numbers.
Are we on the cusp of an alien invasion? Or maybe people just have more time on their hands to spot â€” and report â€” strange things in the sky?
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