19 July 2010

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Are Aliens and Demons One and The Same?

As some of you know already from either having read some of the posts in our good old 'Forward and Share' or visited my UFOs Related Mixx Community Group, that I'm rather interested in everything having to do with UFOs and Aliens (well, anything out of this world, really) so, when I saw what T. O' Donnell, our Guest Writer for today, had sent us, I knew I would definitely be in my element...

During the last ten years, I've read many articles/stories about the theory that demons were actually on this Earth long before the human race took over and that some of the aliens we think are regularly visiting this planet are in fact, those demons (who, apparently, now live in a parallel universe)...

Of course, for some of you, they're only fairy tales and Sci-Fi stories. For some others they're like the Gospel's Truth. For me, they're "What If?" kind of stories, worth looking into, whatever our beliefs...

So, let's look into the "Aliens and Demons" theory...
With T. O' Donnell as our designated guide.

Oh, and, enjoy this "a bit out of the ordinary" trip.

Loup Dargent 

PS: While we're at it, there is one related story that hasn't been caught by my Zemanta application yet, but is still definitely worth a read or two. It's called "Patrick Harpur's Daimonic Reality"... It's written by our friend Paranormal Popcorn and is about a book by Patrick Harpur where it is suggested that "paranormal shapeshifting creatures do actually exist, and that they simultaneously inhabit both physical and spiritual realms, shifting back and forth between these realms at will." And those creatures (Daimons) "were not the 'demons' of contemporary Christian lore, but much, much older entities that pagan peoples recognized as being associated with actual locations or natural landmarks".Quite close to the theory of an ancient race that was on Earth long before the Human one, I would say...

Are Aliens
and Demons
One and The Same?
T. O' Donnell

The thing which has confounded UFO watchers is the lack of
concrete evidence for their existence. In this article, we will
compare and contrast the phenomena of UFOs and demonology, in an
attempt to explain this. Here are a few reasons the two
phenomena may be connected:

1. Lack of material evidence.
We have blurry pictures. We have marks on the ground. We have
fantastic eyewitness accounts of strange assaults on human
beings in isolated places.

What we don't have is much in the way of technological
evidence, if we're dealing with space travellers. Nothing like
the crashed remains of a Cessna. UFOlogists say the Government
is keeping these hidden. Given the constant spying scandals that
bedevil Western governments, it seems unlikely they could keep a
lid on such a sensation for very long.

An interesting alternative explanation is that UFOs are the
modern equivalent of fairies, demons, and ghouls. They attack
and sport with mortals who stray into their domain. Thus, they
leave little in the way of physical evidence; marks on the
witnesses bodies and a few scorch marks on the ground!

There is also the phenomenon of 'spirit photographs' versus UFO
photos. Both show vague blobs of light and are taken by
enthusiasts or by accident. There's just enough evidence to
pique one's interest, but nothing definitive. A grand waste of
time. Or a bluff.

2. Psychological effects.
UFO witnesses report odd effect on their psyches; interference
with their perception of time, oppression, physical assault,
sexual assault, psychic assault and dissociation.

This is peculiar behaviour if done by superior, benevolent
beings who have travelled across the galaxy in silver saucers.
It is perfectly consistent with the behaviour of man's oldest

Investigators should consider whether seeing UFOs is simply the
result of the expectations of people living in a
technologically-obsessed era; they see strange things and
interpret them as machine-generated.

Also, if these phenomena are the work of the Evil One and his
minions, what a clever disguise, in a society obsessed with
science fiction and gadgetry!

3. 'By their fruits shall ye know them'.
Look at the UFO phenomenon from the perspective of the old
Christian adage 'By their fruits shall ye know them'.

The overall effect of the UFO phenomenon is discord, upset,
dissimulation and dissatisfaction. Nothing good or useful has
come of it. Indeed, it is very like the old popularity of
Spiritualism in Victorian times. A 'spirit guide' gives a
nebulous message. The medium is often unstable. Strange
phenomena are produced. It seduces a few needy and vulnerable
people, but nothing like a cancer cure, lasting conversion to
goodness or advanced knowledge comes out of it; just a lot of

Like demonic activity, the intent may be to distract those who
might genuinely find God otherwise.

Consider also the possibility that the Spirit or UFO is the
equivalent of a street bum or corner boy; some creature just
'hanging around' in another dimension or the astral (starry!)
plane. While they may be in another dimension, that does not
necessarily mean they are either wise or benevolent.

Rather, the intention may be to sport with, harass or vampirise
the witness.

I think it would be a very interesting exercise to look at the
reports of UFO witnesses and any follow-up research, in a
pragmatic way; has anything worthy come out of it? It the answer
is no, and in fact people's lives have degraded, then I think we
have our answer.

4. The quality of people involved.
UFOlogy, like the Templars and ancient Egypt, is a sizeable
industry. Many books are churned out each year. Bearded senior
gentlemen announce major revelations. The world turns as it
always does, indifferent.

UFOlogy is very similar to Spiritualism. It's interesting, but
it just ... doesn't ... quite ... satisfy, y'know? The effect is
oddly tiring, after a while. Zendar of the 9th Dimension gives
rather vague messages to humanity. A small clique of needy
people forms around the visionary.

If they're lucky, they retain their wits and their money, and
move on, eventually.

About Today's Contributor:
T. O' Donnell is a credit broker
web sites in London, UK.