I was going over some of the ideas, conspiracies, and research floating around, involving disclosure and the coming Great Deception. The main part of prophecy that I’ve had trouble putting together is exactly how or why the world would come together under one leader. Suddenly my mind was flooded with the following possibility that I call Scenario X. This entire scenario is based on a 3.5 year timeline (the first half of the Tribulation).
Global disasters ravage the Earth, causing chaos and destruction.
Animals and people die in mass.
These set the stage for a possible 2012 disclosure.
A person of importance publicly declares, “if anybody is out there we could sure use their help”.
The above statement has already been purposely planned in advance.
The “alien saviors” arrive just in time to save us.
People embrace them with open arms and assume they are benevolent.
They claim to be the God of the Bible, Allah, the angels, and various other deities from around the world. I
In addition they claim to be behind the resurrection of Christ.
They claim that with a combination of technology and evolution, they created mankind on this planet. This would instantly unify science and religion, causing many to fall away or depart from the faith and give heed to seducing spirits and doctrines of literal demons.
Many will lose the need to believe in a supernatural God in favor of the new natural gods that have just arrived.
We are introduced to various races of “aliens” in order to solidify the validity of evolution.
All of these races of aliens are really fallen angels in a shapeshifted form.
They claim that we need to evolve spiritually and become like “gods” if we want to survive as a race.
In order to do so we need to erase the boundary lines that separate us and be joined as one. This would create the official world empire.
We also need to erase religious boundaries and put all faiths under a single umbrella religion.
Once that is accomplished, they then suggest a man to lead this world into a New Age. This man turns out to be the Antichrist.
Everyone linked to Abraham (Christians, Jews, Muslims) will be persecuted for holding back mankind’s spiritual evolution to become gods.
Heavy persecution of any faith in the God of the Old Testament begins.
Someone kills the Antichrist, which in turn allows the “alien” visitors to show their power and resurrect him.
After the resurrection the AC enters the Holy of Hollies and declares himself to be the savior of mankind.
This causes another huge falling away because of the false miracle.
He then forces everyone to take a mark (666) to show their loyalty to him.
We officially enter the last 3.5 years (Great Tribulation) of this current age.
Disclaimer: I’m not making the claim that any of this is anything that I’ve originally thought up or that it will happen as listed above. I am simply going back over my own research and the research of others and attempting to organize it as a POSSIBLE scenario. This should not in any way be considered a prophecy or a revelation from God.
Feel free to weigh in and let me know what you think.
When we talk about deception, we have a tendency to assume that the deception will only come from outside of the church. Even among those of us that consider ourselves to be “awake”, there is a huge deception in our midst. This deception threatens to undo all of the progress that has been made in waking people up to the truth about UFOs and Alien Abduction.
“The greatest trick the devil ever pulledwas convincing the world he didn’t exist.” – Verbal Kent (Kevin Spacey) in The Usual Suspects (1995)
There are those that want to convince the church that the devils behind UFOs and Alien Abduction don’t actually exist and there is nothing to worry about. They completely ignore the testimony of those that have claimed contact with real beings, and claim that this is not evidence that the phenomenon is real. On the other side of that argument, they claim that anyone that has an experience and admits that it was just an illusion or deception is telling the truth and their testimony is evidence that nothing is actually happening.
Those that push this deception also push the absolutely false view that Jesus was teaching that things would be going on as usual when He returns. They claim that the reference to Noah’s day does not mean that the Nephilim will actually return. In order to teach this false view, we are forced to ignore the following aspects of Jesus’ warning during the Olivet Discourse:
As The Days of Noah Were (Matthew 24:37): Jesus did not make any exceptions to what would go on. Nothing in Noah’s day was usual. The angels came down, had sex with women, and produced hybrid offspring. All flesh had become corrupted. God wiped out the earth and only eight people were saved.
Major Deception (Matthew 24:4): Jesus talked about the rise of false Christs and false prophets that would attempt to lead many people astray. These same false prophets will show signs and wonders that would deceive the elect if it were possible.
Persecution of Christians (Matthew 24:9): Christians will be persecuted and killed because they are teaching that Christ is the only way to heaven.
Iniquity Shall Abound (Matthew 24:12): Natural affection will grow cold and things that we once considered sinful will become common place. All we need to do is look around and see that it is already happening.
Signs in The Heavens (Matthew 24:29): The sun will be darkened, the moon will turn to blood, and the stars (possibly angels) will fall from heaven.
Betrayal of Family (Mark 13:12): Family will turn on each other and cause each other to be put to death.
Warning To Pregnant Women (Luke 21:23): Jesus makes a strange warning to women that bare children in the last days on earth. This is a very strange warning and may have something to do with His reference to the days of Noah.
Men’s Hearts Failing (Luke 21:26): Whatever will be coming on the earth in the last days will cause men to drop dead out of fear.
What exactly is business as usual about the above warnings in the Olivet Discourse? Jesus seems to go out of His way to make the point that nothing will be going on as usual. Also, if things are going on as usual, how exactly would we know what to look for? The book of Revelation gives details to highly unusual events that would precede the return of Christ. What exactly is business as usual in the book of Revelation?
The people that are trying to put you back to sleep are ignoring major portions of scripture in an attempt to fit in with the secular world. They will admit that the angels came down in Noah’s time. They will admit that something is happening, but what they will not admit is that whatever is happening is very real.
The Matrix is one of my favorite movies. During the first movie, Cipher decides that reality is too much to handle and he wants to go back into the Matrix. As a result he betrays his own people, even killing some of them himself. I would liken those that teach the “nothing is happening” view are just like Cipher. They want to go back in the Matrix, but they can’t. To quote L.A. Marzulli, “UFOs are real, burgeoning, and not going away.”
The problem with teaching that nothing is really going on and all of these experiences aren’t real, is that when something real happens, those Christians that have been duped by this false teaching will have their faith shaken. Not only that, those that are put back to sleep to the reality of these events run the risk of caught up in the Great Deception. Why would anyone continue to follow a group of people that have based their ministry on a lie (if something real happens)? The logical line of thinking would continue to, “If they were wrong about this being real, maybe they are wrong about the nature of these entities.” There is a real danger in following those that want to put as many people back to sleep as possible.
Jesus asks a very real question that never really hit home until the writing of this post. Our fight is not only to wake up those that are still sleeping, but to keep those people that are already awake from falling asleep again.
“I tell you that he will avenge them speedily. Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?” – Luke 18:8
Will Christ find faith on the earth? That is a very real question. We talk a lot about the remnant that will be left and it may be even smaller than any of us imagined. I encourage you to warn those that are already awake and continue to try to wake those that are still sleeping. The people that are teaching that nothing is going on, appeal to those Christians that just can’t handle their new reality. They need someone to reassure them that there is nothing to worry about. These teachers provide a way of believing without actually acknowledging.
“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears…” – 2 Timothy 4:3
In closing, I want to encourage you to pass this post along as a warning to those that might be deceived by those that teach that nothing at all is going on. Pass this along to those that have already been deceived into believing nothing is going on. Most of all, pass this along to those that teach that nothing is going on. Don’t stop there. Ask questions. Only accept Biblical answers as truth. Make sure all opinions, ideas, theories, etc. are clearly distinguished from Scripture. Always remember Acts 17:11. Don’t let your beliefs dictate your interpretation of scripture, but always let scripture dictate your beliefs.
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As the world becomes more and more obsessed with the spiritual realm, supernatural activity is increasing. Thankfully there is someone that is more powerful than any ghost, vampire, demon, alien, or UFO. “Wherefore God also hath highly exalted Him, and given Him a name which is above every name: That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.” – Philipians 2:9-11
Recently I had a conversation with someone that is a very well known name in the field of Christian ufology. This conversation revealed something that I believe is very disturbing and unfortunately many people are being misled by this. I won’t name names, but you are free to examine the evidence yourself and see if what I’m saying is true. There are two clearly anti-Biblical ideologies that are taught by this group:
The Nephilim DNA survived the flood via one or some of the women on the ark.
Jesus’ words in Matthew 24 are not literal and at best a probability.
The first doctrine has an underlying anti God message. It is a suggestion that God failed to wipe out the Nephilim with the flood, and God does not fail. The second scenario presents the possibility that Jesus is not entirely sure of what He is talking about. I was shocked because I’ve never heard anyone that professes to be a Bible believing Christian refer to Jesus’ words as a “probability at best”.
Red Flag #1: Declaring that God failed and Jesus is unsure of what He is talking about.
Before we continue, let me be clear that the above two statements came from two different people that share a single website. I have asked both of the individuals to show me in the Bible how either conclusion can be reached based on scripture, and both of them have refused to use the Bible in defense of these ideas.
Red Flag #2: Unwilling to use the Bible to back up beliefs that they claim are Biblical.
The final doctrine of these ministries is perhaps the most disturbing of all. I use to be under the assumption that everyone that is “awake” to the UFO deception will be part of the remnant that doesn’t believe the lie. However, these ministries are sucking in those that are awake and putting them back to sleep without the individual even knowing it.
They are fine with you believing in Genesis 6. They are fine with you believing in fallen angels and the Nephilim. What they are not fine with is people believing that Jesus’ words are literal and that what we call alien abduction is real. They want us to believe that it is all a demonic deception for the purpose of causing division in the church. However, the church is already divided into denominations so their position doesn’t make much sense.
Yesterday, one of these individuals told me that his proof that this wasn’t real are the eyewitnesses that renounce these events as real, but only after he gets involved. I asked him why he won’t accept the testimony of those that claim these events are real, and to that I received no answer.
The danger in taking the stance that this is not real is that when it happens, people will lose faith. They suddenly realize that they have invested time and energy into a ministry that has been wrong all along. Even the Catholic Church knows this and that is why they have jumped to the forefront and started proclaiming that aliens exist. This leads to the next suspicious point in this discussion. They are also teaching that anyone that believes something is actually going on is part of the deception and will have to answer to God for it. Why exactly would God be mad at anyone that takes His word at face value?
Red Flag #3: Anyone that doesn’t believe as they do will have to answer to God.
This is a common tactic used by cults. You make anyone that doesn’t share your view feel like they are in danger from God if they don’t accept the view. Usually there is nothing Biblical that backs those opinions and that makes them dangerous on top of being non-Biblical. There is a difference between someone warning you by using scripture and someone claiming to warn you based on personal opinion. Ultimately we will all have to answer to God.
At the moment I’m unwilling to say that these men are purposely deceiving others, but I won’t completely reject it as a possibility. Jesus did say that there would be tares among the wheat and wolves in sheep’s clothing. These men have both stated that if they claim something is actually happening, they will sound like “nuts” and those on the “fringe”. I believe they are in error for trying to please men while claiming to do the work of God. If you haven’t read the top of my website, I direct your attention to Galatians 1:10.
I’m sure Noah sounded like a nut when he told everyone that the world was going to be destroyed. People probably asked him for proof, which he couldn’t provide. These men also claim that there is no physical evidence, therefore it must not be real. The failure to produce evidence does not prove that something isn’t real, it just proves that we don’t have access to the evidence yet. Until 1992 we had no evidence that a bomber existed that could fly undetected by radar. However, in 1992 it was revealed to the public and we later found out that it has existed since 1975. For 17 years, the public had no proof that the Stealth Bomber existed, but suddenly it showed up. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
I want to encourage everyone to adopt Acts 17:11 as their go to verse. Any person that proclaims to be a teacher of God’s word, but is unwilling to use God’s word to at least show you why they hold their view, in my opinion, is not teaching God’s word. Even if you don’t agree, they should at least be willing to use the Bible to show you where they are coming from.
“But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction.” – 2 Peter 2:1
I posted about this earlier this week and I feel moved to write about it again. The main reason is because of the second video below. As you watch it, notice that the man says this disclosure will cause problems for religious institutions, but more importantly pay attention to what he says about those who think these “aliens” are hostile. He says we are closed minded. Apparently he has never read an abduction account. For those new to the subject, I’ll sum up most abduction reports very quickly.
Claim to be our creators
That’s pretty much what happens in a nutshell. The first two are things that people in general believe to be evil. The last thing is particularly offensive to Christians. These so called “aliens”, which I believe are fallen angels in disguise, are telling people that Christ was only resurrected with their help or He was only an ascended master. Recently I was going over the book of Galatians again and discovered something very interesting. The Greek word for “man” is anthropos. However, there is a different phrase used in Galatians:
“Though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. As we said before, so say I now again, If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.” – Galatians 1:8-9
Again, the Greek uses anthropos to refer to men, but here we have the phrase ie tis which actually translates as “any-thing”. Interesting choice of words because it doesn’t just confine the deception to mankind. There is also another verse that conveys the same message.
“And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that noman deceive you.” – Matthew 24:4
Here the Greek words used are me tis, which translates as “no-thing”. When the NT was translated into English in 1611, it was probably assumed that only men would be capable of deception. Not only do I believe this verse is in reference to the fallen angels that are visiting us, but also in reference to the signs and wonders that will be performed.
“Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders,” – 2 Thessalonians 2:9
The words any-thing and no-thing encompass more than just mankind. The main thing that the church needs to wake up to is the fact that we will not be spared from the Great Deception. We will be here when it happens.
“Now we beseech you, brethren, by the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and by our gathering together unto him, That ye be not soon shaken in mind, or be troubled, neither by spirit, nor by word, nor by letter as from us, as that the day of Christ is at hand. Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;” – 2 Thessalonians 2:1-3
The Bible is clear that the “falling away” (apostasia) comes before Christ does. That’s why it is so important that we share the Gospel and warn people about this “alien” deception that is being pushed on us all. There will be no bigger deception than beings claiming to be aliens showing up and presenting themselves as our creators. That will shake every religious foundation that exists.
“And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie:” – 2 Thessalonians 2:11
“For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.” – Matthew 24:24
This deception is going to be so strong that only the very elect will escape it. In church we always talk about the remnant and it is my personal opinion that this is what its going to come down to. Those professing to be Christians, but not strong in their faith will be deceived when these fallen angels land their ships and present themselves to the world as extraterrestrials. The time for burying our heads in the sand, sitting this one out, and sleeping on it is long gone.
You don’t have to go preach from the rooftops, hold signs in the street, or any of the other outrageous stuff that some people do to warn the masses. You can help sound the alarm and wake up other Christians by forwarding posts like these and those written by others. Forward them to your friends, family, co-workers, and everyone else you can. The dead man pleaded for someone to go back and warn his family so they wouldn’t end up where he was.
“Then he said, I pray thee therefore, father, that thou wouldest send him to my father’s house: For I have five brethren; that he may testify unto them, lest they also come into this place of torment. Abraham saith unto him, They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them. And he said, Nay, father Abraham: but if one went unto them from the dead, they will repent. And he said unto him, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead.” – Luke 16:27-31
Our goal as believers should be to keep as many people from going to that place as possible. If they follow this coming deception, they will definitely end up there. Again, I encourage everyone to repost this on twitter, Facebook, and email the link to everyone you know.
This is something that everyone needs to share with their pastor, family, and friends. I encourage you to forward this article after you are finished reading. Many people, including myself, have been trying to sound the alarm as to what’s going on with the current UFO phenomena, and there are many that have been listening. Unfortunately, there are still those in the body of Christ that are asleep on the issue. However, it is my personal opinion that burying our heads in the sand may no longer be an option in the coming months, weeks, or maybe even days.
Today there were two huge shifts in global paradigm that should not be taken lightly. I first read the post on L.A. Marzulli’s blog about the U.N. naming a new “First Contact”. This person will be responsible for representing the human race should “aliens” show up and make contact. We see “conspiracy” reports like this all the time, so what makes this one so different? It was aired by Fox News. Where did Fox News get the story? London’s Sunday Times. However, within a matter of hours the story was retracted and changed. One thing they didn’t change was the caption under the main picture. The new official full article can be read on their official website at the link below.
The second major event was covered by CNN. It is the testimony of retired military personnel as to the existence of UFOs. It seems like a little more than coincidence that two major news sources would cover announcements in Europe and America on the same day about the same subject. We are being prepared for something and the church needs to wake up and address the issue before it is too late. You can watch the CNN video on their official site at the link below.
Once again, I encourage you to forward this to everyone you know and warn them about what may be coming in our near future. Many of us believe this is going to be part of the Great Deception, which will consist of E.T. disclosure, E.T.s denying that Christ is the son of God and taking credit for His resurrection, and claiming the use of evolution to create humans. This has already been reported by abductees that do not believe in God, Christ, or the Bible. We believe that these beings are fallen angels posing as E.T. in order to lead to what is referred to as the Great Apostasy. For those of you that are new to this subject, here are a couple of resources to get you caught up on the subject.
There are some that believe that Nimrod may have somehow begun turning into a Nephilim based on the phrase “began to be a mighty one”. The word for “mighty one” in Hebrew is gibbor, which is the same word, gibborim (plural), used in Genesis 6:4 to describe the Nephilim as “mighty men”. The word gibborim means “mighty one or chief man”. It was used to refer to both strength and political power.
“And Cush begat Nimrod he began to be a mighty one in the earth” – Genesis 10:8
Is it possible that somehow Nimrod started to become a Nephilim? Yes. Is it probable or likely? No. There is also another verse that argues against the words gibborim and Nephilim being interchangeable. In Genesis 6:4 the Nephilim “became” gibborim, which implies they were not born as gibborim. They most likely achieved political power because they were physically very powerful. Several other key verses in the Bible contain the word gibborim. What cannot be ignored is the fact that the word gibborim is indeed used a lot in reference to the hybrids. However, the same word is used to refer to individuals that were clearly not hybrids.
“These be the names of the mighty men whom David had: The Tachmonite that sat in the seat, chief among the captains; the same was Adino the Eznite: he lift up his spear against eight hundred, whom he slew at one time.” – 2 Samuel 23:8
If we are to cast a blanket use over the word gibborim, we are forced to assume that David was running around with Nephilim as his personal guard in direct disobedience to God. God dethroned Saul because he did not obey an order to wipe them all out. It is doubtful that David had them in his army, let alone as his personal guard. The most likely scenario is that Nimrod simply became someone very powerful, well respected, and feared because of his actions, not that he started to transform into a hybrid angel/human.
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The longer I’m in the ministry of the supernatural, the more people tell me that their church won’t touch the subject of UFOs and alien abduction. All over the world people are experiencing something that they can’t quite explain. Where are people supposed to turn when they can’t discuss the strange lights in the sky with their pastor? The only place they can turn is to the secular world that is all too ready to preach the Alien Gospel to them.
If your pastor is scared of the subject or doesn’t know where to start, I encourage you to direct him or her to this post. The subject of UFOs and Alien abduction is directly related to Biblical events. As Christians we believe we have an enemy known as Satan. However, he has many fallen angels and demons at his disposal, and their goal is deception. If you want to stop a tree from growing, you don’t start cutting at the top and go down, you destroy the root so it cannot grow. So what is the root of the UFO deception?
The deception that is digging at the roots of the church is the Sethite View of Genesis 6. The theory teaches that the sons of God = The sons of Seth and The daughters of men = the daughters of Cain. However, the words Seth and Cain do not appear anywhere in the Genesis 6. The most disturbing view in the church’s opinion is the alternate interpretation. Angels came down and had sex with human women in order to produce hybrid offspring.
If the pastor doesn’t believe it is possible for angels to have sex, then the enemy has successfully dug up the root of his problem. UFOs and Alien abductions have nothing to do with little green or grey men from space. It has everything to do with what was going on in Genesis 6.
“But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.” – Matthew 24:37-39
Genesis 6 is only part of the Noah story, but again we encounter a common deception. It is commonly taught that the world will be going on as usual and get caught off guard. If we look at who was marrying in the days of Noah, we find that the only reference is to the sons of God marrying the daughters of men. Notice that Jesus uses the word “they”, which does not seem to be an accident.
“And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.” – Daniel 2:43
Notice that Daniel uses the same word “they”. It is a personal pronoun, which means in the context of Daniel, “they” are something other than the seed of men. Both Jesus and Daniel make a reference to “they” in context to the last days. Jesus references the days of Noah and Daniel references a strange mixing. If we use Jesus and Daniel as our blueprint we can explain both UFOs and Alien abductions. If the sons of God are indeed angels, Genesis 6 has the following in common with alien abduction:
Strange beings abduct women of their choosing.
Hybrids are created.
For those of you reading this for the first time, the hybrids I’m referring to are the Nephilim. Googling the word will give you enough information to figure out exactly what the Hebrews believed the Nephilim to be. For those that don’t believe angels can have sex based on Matthew 22:30, please understand that Lucifer’s angels are NOT angels of God and they are NOT in heaven. That means the rules about marriage no longer apply to them. Also notice that is says “do not”, but it does not say that they are incapable of marrying or performing a sexual act.
Finally, let’s look at something else that puts UFOs and Alien abduction in context. Over and over again, people have reported that these “alien” beings have told them that Jesus is just an alien or an ascended master, but not the son of God. Why are they so concerned with Jesus? Paul seemed to have an insight that can only really be understood within the context of alien abduction:
“But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.” – Galatians 1:8
Is this just a general statement or is it a warning? Why would an angel preach another Gospel? Paul also makes another statement that adds a little bit of clarity to his previous words.
“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;” – 1 Timothy 4:1
Why would people depart from the faith and listen to demons and seducing spirits? What kind of event would cause this falling away? If fallen angels showed up and claimed to be fallen angels, very few people would denounce God to follow them. However, if they showed up and PRETENDED to be extraterrestrials, then people have tangible “creators” to believe in, thus negating the need to believe in God, Christ, and the supernatural altogether.
“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.” – 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4
“And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.” – 2 Thessalonians 2:11-12
There are a couple of things to note in 2 Thessalonians which will be important to all Christians. Notice the falling away (apostasy) has to come first. That means Christians will still be here when this deception takes place. That opens the doors for the Antichrist to come later. Again, is your church ignoring the elephant in the room? Pastors, are you leaving your flock unarmed and open to one of the greatest deceptions the world has ever seen?
“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.” – Hosea 4:6
Pastors, don’t let your people be destroyed because they lack knowledge. The job of the church is not to avoid things because we do not understand them. We are to educate and empower the flock so that they will not be caught off guard. If you are a pastor that doesn’t know how to approach this subject or you don’t know where to start, my new book is 328 pages of information on this subject. If you are a Christian that has questions and don’t know where to turn, I encourage you to start at the root and learn the truth about Genesis 6.