ALIENS (DEMONS) – SATAN’S FINAL DECEPTIVE STRATEGY

The gloves are off now, as we enter the “last Days”. Fallen angels masquerading as our space brothers. Extreme? You need to read on.

Satan has effectively used the Theory of Evolution to dispense with creation and therefore God, but now that his “evolution” deception has been uncovered/exposed by the overwhelming evidence for intelligent design, particularly in biology. The ENCODE project has revealed the complexity of DNA and exposed the lie of “junk DNA”. There is only one source for the complex information on the DNA that enables the cell to function and reproduce itself, and that is an intelligent designer – God.

Satan knew this would eventually happen, so for years now, he has been preparing the way for the next major deception. Moreover, he has cleverly targeted the next generation but not only them. They have been bombarded with movies and computer games featuring Aliens. The rest of the population have been captured by reports of UFO’s and alien abductions.

Take a look at my August 2008 post, Aliens and UFO’s – What are they really?

Satan has been working on this ploy for many years. He would have you believe the source of this intelligent design is of course aliens. Fortunately, God has raised up discerning Christians like Gary Bates and Joe Jordan.

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Joe Jordan (left) with CMI’s resident UFO authority, Gary Bates. They have on occasion teamed up at Roswell.

More about them later, but now in 2017, surveys estimate that more than 80% of Western peoples believe that ET is ‘out there somewhere’ which presumably encapsulates a lot of believers also. But many young people, in particular, have been influenced by science fiction notions of aliens traversing the galaxy in their faster-than-light spaceships and advanced weaponry. Moreover, young people’s belief in extra-terrestrials often goes hand-in-hand with a morbid fear of what aliens will do to them.

Belief in aliens—and fear arising from that—is a logical outflow of our young people having been sold the idea that we are the result of evolution, not creation. Life evolved on Earth (the argument says), therefore elsewhere in the universe—billions of years older than our solar system according to evolutionary reckoning—it would surely have evolved there, too.2 As well-known Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) researcher Seth Shostak said when asked why he believed in the existence of intelligent extra-terrestrials:

“To believe that they don’t exist requires positing that what’s happened on Earth is some sort of miracle. I find that premise a tougher sell than to think that intelligence is a fairly frequent development in a 14-billion-year-old cosmos.”1

Thus, Shostak reveals he sees the miracle of Creation as ‘a tougher sell’ than neo-Darwinian notions that everything arose by itself. So, he and the rest of the evolutionary fraternity sell us evolution instead— as ‘fact’. And by hawking evolution to a vulnerable public, they’re also hawking fear of aliens, too. (pardon the pun)

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Renowned celebrity physicist Stephen Hawking is at the forefront of the search for extra-terrestrial life. But he warns against making contact with aliens as he fears they will be two-billion-years ‘more evolved’.

“Hawking says he worries that any aliens ‘will be vastly more powerful and may not see us as any more valuable than we see bacteria’.”4

Back to Joe Jordan, a UFO researcher who is now wise as to who the ‘aliens’ actually are. Joe is the National Research Director for MUFON in South Korea. The Mutual UFO Network is the world’s largest clearing house for UFO investigations and reports. Joe came upon something hugely significant. When trying to figure out what was really happening to people who were claiming to be abducted by aliens, he discovered that ‘abductions’ were being halted by people who called out in the name of Christ. What’s more, people who professed to be practising born-again Christians seemed to be generally immune from such experiences. He soon noticed that many in MUFON were already aware of this, but were ignoring it because it did not fit their belief that such experiences were of an extra-terrestrial nature. After being led to a Bible study as part of his research to find out what it was about Christians that “aliens didn’t like”, Joe realized that he was ultimately dealing with a spiritual phenomenon and not an extra-terrestrial one—and became a Christian.7

Other people who have also realized the real identity of the ‘aliens’ include Guy Malone who had also experienced alleged ‘alien abductions’. When exposed to the Gospel of Christ, the ‘abduction’ episodes ceased. Guy realized that what he had experienced were in fact spiritual encounters of the ‘ungodly’ kind—fallen angels masquerading as glorious ‘space brothers’.7

But for the younger generation, being schooled in evolution opens them to being vulnerable from multiple angles. As we’ve seen from the comments of Stephen Hawking and others, evolutionary teaching predisposes people to belief in the possible existence of aliens—and the concomitant fears arising from that. More fundamentally, evolutionary schooling lessens the likelihood of someone believing in God, therefore depriving them of the ability to clothe themselves in Christ and the demonstrated protection that affords from demonic visitation.

Ideas have consequences. Hawking evolution on to our young people is really doing them an immense disservice, to put it mildly. Thankfully, there are abundant creationist resources available on www.creation.com such as Alien Intrusion, to replace in the minds of young people any fear of aliens with the fear of the Lord—“the beginning of wisdom” (Psalm 111:10).

Extracted from CMI article: Why is Stephen Hawking afraid of Aliens.

          1. Di Gregorio, B., Interview: The alien hunter, New Scientist 199 (2674):42–43, September 2008

2. Catchpoole, D., and Bates, G.,ET needed evolution, 2016; creation.com/et-evolution.

3. Lineweaver, C., ‘If we find ET, don’t talk to it’, says the man who wants to find ET, abc.net.au

4. Bates, G., Reaching out at Roswell, 2009; creation.com/roswell-outreach.

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