Extraterrestrials: Sensory Deception, Real, or Demonic Deception?

All around our planet, UFO sightings are on the rise. Globally, tens of thousands have been reported. In America popular polls suggest that up to 20 million Americans have seen a UFO with 4 million claiming to have been abducted by aliens. Gary Bates, author of "Alien Intrusion: UFOs and the Evolution Connection" reports that many seemingly credible evolutionary scientists,

"..now believe that life on Earth originated from outer space via either directed or undirected panspermia (‘seeds from space’—from the Greek words pas/pan [all] and sperma [seed]). Some very famous scientists have even suggested that our DNA may contain revelation from our alien creators once we are smart enough (like them) to decipher it. Ironically, this makes many of them ‘creationists’ (sort of). It appears that they just don’t want the God of the Bible to be responsible."

Many secular psychologists and UFO researchers have similarly concluded that UFOs are the same old demonic phenomenon dressed up (as aliens) to suit contemporary beliefs. But due to their commitment to evolutionary thinking they are unable to accept a spiritual explanation. Therefore they concoct naturalistic interpretations such as hallucination due to a chemical imbalance in the brain while others invoke parallel universes to explain the appearance of UFOs.

French physicist and respected UFOlogist Dr Jacques Vallée concluded,

‘… that what takes place through close encounters with UFOs is control of human beliefs, control of the relationship between our consciousness and physical reality, that this control has been in force throughout history and that it is of secondary importance that it should now assume the form of sightings of space visitors.’ ("Aliens, evolution and the occult," Gary Bates, creation.com)

In Biblical language, what Vallee has described as "control of human beliefs" is demonic oppression or possession.

There are three essential theories for the explanation of UFOs.

1. The skeptics theory that all UFO phenomena are caused by a deception of the senses. Thus Scrooge the materialist rationalizes that his spectral visitor was due to indigestion caused by a 'bit of bad meat."

2. The assumption of many evolutionary scientists that highly evolved extraterrestrial beings are from deep space and further, that they are man's genetic creators.

3. The demon theory.

Secular UFO researcher John Keel strongly links UFOs to demons and demonic possession. He wrote,

"The Devil and his demons can, according to the literature, manifest themselves in almost any form and can physically imitate anything from angels to horrifying monsters with glowing eyes. Strange objects and entities materialize and dematerialize in these stories, just as the UFOs and their splendid occupants appear and disappear, walk through walls, and perform other supernatural feats. … The manifestations and occurrences described in this imposing literature are similar, if not entirely identical, to the UFO phenomenon itself. Victims of demonomania [possession] suffer the very same medical and emotional symptoms as the UFO contactees. …" (John Keel, Operation Trojan Horse, Illuminet Press, p. 192, 1996)

Is Keel right? Do demons really exist and can they take possession of people? Absolutely, said former witch Doreen Irvine,

"Demon possession is real, very real and is increasing at an alarming rate in this present day and age." (Evidence for the Devil, Pt. 2: The Testimony of Former Spiritists, Dr. John Ankerberg, Dr. John Weldon)

In People of the Lie, well-known psychiatrist M. Scott Peck observes:

"It seems clear from the literature on possession that a majority of cases have had involvement with the occult—a frequency far greater than might be expected in the general population." (ibid)

Dr. Peck records an incident he witnessed personally at an exorcism:

"When the demonic finally spoke clearly in one case, an expression appeared on the patient’s face that could be described only as Satanic. It was an incredibly contemptuous grin of utter hostile malevolence. I have spent many hours before a mirror trying to imitate it without the slightest success. I have seen that expression only one other time in my life—for a few fleeting seconds on the face of the other [mentioned] patient, late in the evaluation period. Yet when the demonic finally revealed itself in the exorcism of this other patient, it was with a still more ghastly expression. The patient suddenly resembled a writhing snake of great strength, viciously attempting to bite the team members. More frightening than the writhing body, however, was the face. The eyes were hooded with lazy reptilian torpor—except when the reptile darted out in attack, at which moment the eyes would open wide with blazing hatred. Despite these frequent darting moments, what upset me the most was the extraordinary sense of a fifty-million-year-old heaviness I received from this serpentine being. It caused me to despair of the success of the exorcism. Almost all the team members at both exorcisms were convinced they were at these times in the presence of something absolutely alien and inhuman. The end of each exorcism proper was signaled by the departure of this Presence from the patient and the room." (ibid)

Gary Bates and Kurt Koch agree with Doreen Irvine, Dr. Peck and John Keel in their conclusions. Koch was a German theologian, minister and evangelist who counseled thousands of people suffering from occult oppression in its various forms throughout the world, covering 65 countries and 5 continents. A particular conclusion he shares with Peck is that a majority of cases of oppression and possession have had involvement with the occult.

In "Occult ABCs: Exposing Occult Practices and Ideologies," Koch lists sixty devices, movements, and ideologies. Among ideologies are Chinese Communism, Legalism, Neo-rationalism, and Descent from the Ape---evolutionary theory, in other words. Evolutionary thinking rejects the living God, hence it opens the door to the influence of Devil. Koch writes that evolutionary thinking will exist, as long as there are people who despise God and the Bible.

Koch writes that UFOs are of satanic origin and sightings most frequently occur in countries where the cult of Satan flourishes. A brief internet search turned up the following UFO sightings hot-spots---Northen islands of Japan, South America, Europe, China, South Africa, Canada and the United States. Of these, the United States appears to be the top hot-spot for both UFO sightings and the Cult of Satan.

According to Giuseppe Ferrari, National Secretary of the Organization for Research and Information on Sects and Editorial Director of the journal Religioni e sette nel mondo, the United States,

"...manifests the greatest concentration of satanic sects which we could define as well-known, that is, which act more or less in the open, and it is always in this country that we can find the most bibliographical references to contemporary satanism. Among the well-known groups which have arisen in the USA and which are still active we find: Church of Satan, Temple of Set, Order of the Black Ram, Werewolf Order, Worldwide Church of Satanic Liberation, Church of War." (PHENOMENON OF SATANISM IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY, Ferrari)

UFOs are phenomena of the end-time said Koch, and today they are turning up in ever greater concentrations. As secularization and evolutionary-thinking spreads, the door is opened ever wider to the the Cult of Satan and UFOs, which are the Devil's elite troops, the heralds of the coming Antichrist.

@Linda Kimball