I didn’t see the 4th kind over the weekend as planned. I did however discuss it on the radio with my friend Jim Wilhelmsen, on Lynne and Mario’s radio show on Saturday. Jim thought that the footage was the most intense he had ever seen regarding and abduction. He pointed out that in all the cases he was involved with over the years, specifically regarding abductions he had never witnessed anything like what he saw in the theater. I re-posted my first review of the movie over the weekend and pointed out that I thought this was a Blair-witch knock off. After the hype and hearing from people who have seen The Fourth Kind, I still hold to that position. One of the most disturbing comments that I received over the weekend was posted by Matt. (Thanks Matt) I’ve re-posted it here and will comment on it.
I saw this movie over the weekend. What stood out for me in the film was the ‘aliens” when asked who they were responded by saying “I am God, I am the Father”, when I heard this, the hairs on the back of my neck stood up. A scripture came to mind.
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places” (Ephesians 6:12).
Abigail Tyler has a young daughter that was abducted and according to the film was never found.
A police officer that was guarding the home at the time of the abduction saw a craft above the home of the Tyler family and claims he saw a light shine down on the home and witnessed the family being swept up in the light, all were returned to the home except young daughter.
The film also claims 2000 visits by FBI to the city in question.
There are some that question Ms Tyler’s mental capacity, and blame her for her daughter’s disappearance, which she claims she had nothing to do with.
The language in the film the “aliens’ used was the ancient Sumerian language, which only partly could be understood.
What this movie does is make the viewer have a feeling of helplessness. In other words, the movie tells us that these abductions cannot be stopped, that we are powerless against them. As I have pointed out, the abduction phenomena is not being conducted by aliens from the Pliedian star system , but rather interdimensional beings that are very malevolent in nature. The movie, as well as the UFO community in general, completely ignore the spiritual dimension of the abduction phenomena. It amazes me that the work of John Keel and Dr. Allen Hyneck who both point to the supernatural, as a possible answer are overlooked and even scoffed at by the UFO community. Again, I am not pointing to some religious, stained glass window, pulpit thumping, robed priest. I am saying that the supernatural does exist and the work of Joe Jordan, Jim Wilhelmsen and myself have uncovered people who have stopped their abductions by evoking the name of Jesus. We’re not making this up. It is real and we have the witnesses to prove it. Why is this evidence being ignored? As I mentioned, I was on the radio with Lynne Dickie. She was once a contactee and I interviewed her for my Alien interview book. She has come out of that experience and did so by having a relationship with Jesus. There is hope and victory over the abduction phenomena, but unless we look at the supernatural and understand the laws that govern that dimension we are indeed powerless and like the unfortunate souls that are portrayed in The Fourth Kind, we too can begin to believe that we are helpless against these “aliens.” However, nothing could be further from the truth as we read again what Matt posted….
“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places” (Ephesians 6:12).
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