The Alien Gospel: Deception a-go-go!
Posted by lamarzulli on December 7, 2009
Just heard your show on C2C and it was awesome! You really
know how to “get the message out” with out being preachy to those who are reluctant to listen anything from the “guide to the supernatural”!
I have now heard hours and hours of testimony of people involved with aliens, and there is ALWAYS the element present in the alien message of discrediting the “guide to the supernatural”. Always. They are out to kill the gospel message.
Indeed, the alien agenda is out to erase the God of Israel and His Son. Sound like anyone we know?
Are UFO sightings spurring on a new spirituality?
Meanwhile in a rare positive development within organised religion, the Vatican has declared that ET life is no contradiction to church teachings. Will the Protestant churches follow this lead? Let us hope they do as they have been the ideological backbone of the most consumerised of cultures.Notions such as ‘The Protestant work ethic’ and ‘Prosperity gospel’ both better described simply as ‘greed is good’ might be swapped for higher universal consciousness as the effects of the former ideas wreak havoc on the world’s natural systems.‘The Protestant work ethic’ might well have spurred rapid technological advances but as the planet fights us back it is clear that it is time for these ideas to be withdrawn in earnest. An acceptance of ET life could be part of such an overhaul.As the topic of UFOs moves from the realms of defence to other areas this would be a positive development.
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In the first post, Janet is pointing to my Coast appearance and backing me up when she points out that there is always the element in the alien message of discrediting the “Guide to the Supernatural.” I couldn’t agree more! Then we go to Michael Cohen’s article – [Here is the link to the entire post – http://www.allnewsweb.com/page9799895.php ] which makes a legitimate complaint as it points out much of the emptiness that is the organized church today.
It seems clear that Cohen is addressing the malaise that is the hallmark of the church at large in America. All one need to do is turn on the telly on a Sunday morning and watch the show that passes for the Good News. It’s always the same format. People sing a few songs, and then the “Grand Puba” stands at the pulpit and goes on about something, that is most likely NOT the good news. There’s a collection taken up, to build the new wing, or school, or speakers for the worship team, and then everyone hit’s the parking lot and by the time the ignition key is turned, most have forgotten what they’ve heard. Sadly, I would agree with Cohen that the prosperity gospel is rampant in our churches and in many cases has replaced the real good news. First we need to establish what the good news is. It’s this in a nutshell. Jesus’s blood sacrifice on Calvary paid for the sins of the entire world, past, present and future. By believing in Him who was sent, our sins are forgiven and we have eternal life. That’s it! There’s really nothing more to it and yet so many people and churches want to add to it. Now having said that, what happens when a person believes, on the one who was sent, is this. They are plugged in, in a supernatural way to the God of the Universe and they become spirit filled. They may begin to have visions, speak in tongues, have dreams, a word of knowledge about a future event, a gift of healing, an ability to discern spirits and so forth. In other words they begin to operate in the supernatural, just as the guide-book instructs us to do. But here’s the rub, and on this point I couldn’t agree more with Cohen’s assessment! For the most part, this operating in the gifts of the spirit is avoided at all costs. In fact, most churches go out of their way to assure that any manifestation of the gifts of the spirit are quenched. This is the great dilemma in the churches in America. We have fulfilled the prophecy of Jesus himself that warns us, in the last days they will have a form of religion but deny its power! I believe we are in those times. This is the reason why an encounter with a UFO is amazing, and at the same time so deceptive. If a person makes contact with these entities, he or she is wide open to being deceived and being sucked into the deception. In most cases they are overwhelmed by what they are seeing, and who wouldn’t be! This is what I warn about in the books I write. Now remember, Jacque Vallee has called these so-called aliens, messengers of deception. I would agree that is what they are, messengers of deception. In a post last week I called your attention to the fact that these entities lie habitually. Remember that lying is a deliberate act that seeks to, deceive, obfuscate, twist, and hide the truth. Unless a person is armed and trained from the Guide-book to the Supernatural and knows how to test the spirits and wield the sword of truth, they are defenseless against what these beings will say. They are open to hearing what I term the Alien Gospel and will believe the lie. To close todays post. I’m not talking about religion here. I’m don’t believe in cathedrals, icons, candles, robes, monks with funny haircuts, ceremonies with robed priests, stain glass windows, confessionals, and a host of other man-made trappings that have only obfuscated what the real message, the good news, the ongoing supernatural experience, that being born again is. Michael and I disagree as to what is the cause of the phenomena, but we do agree that the UFO phenomena is real, burgeoning and not going away!
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