An alien being interviewed in a short film which warns about the dangers of religious dogma.

The creature explains that “religious and political dogma” led to our demise.


There’s a video that has been circulating recently online that purports to show an interview with an alien in a dark room of Roswell’s Area 51 in the year 1964. A man off-camera poses several questions to the creature about where it came from and about the nature of the universe.

It’s clear that this is merely a short film and not an interview with an actual alien, but it does raise some very interesting questions. Good fiction can inspire us to examine our actions. The situations may be made up but the lessons and ideas presented in them can speak to real world issues. This “Area 51 alien interview” takes on some lofty topics that are worthy of discussion.

It is first revealed that the creature is actually from Earth. It claims to have time-traveled from the distant future back to 1964. In the video, the creature explains that it is a descendant of our modern day humans and has come back to observe the events leading up to a startling event – the annihilation of the human race. Scroll down to watch the video!

Holy Wars and End Times

Sometime in the future, we are told, there is a giant war that engulfs the entire planet. Weapons of mass destruction are deployed and most life is wiped out.

Interviewer: “So why do we destroy ourselves with nuclear war?”

Alien: “Dogma.”

Interviewer: “Can you be more specific please?’

Alien: “Political and religious dogma. It is the root of all major conflict of your species… in the next century, access to nuclear weaponry by states that are ruled by dogma… will destroy your species.”

While the film may be a work of fiction, the notion that a religiously fueled war could devastate the planet is not exactly far-fetched. After all, human history is rife with holy wars. Protestants and Catholics have battled for centuries – despite the two faiths sharing most of their major tenets. Tension between the Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) have always been a catalyst for bloodshed, particularly in the Middle East.

The Bible itself contains prophecy that a holy war will usher in the end of the world, showing that this idea is not merely an outside criticism of religion. Even religions themselves understand that violence can easily spring up due to conflicting beliefs. Could the religious unrest we see today could be a sign of things to come? Is it possible that we’ll experience a destructive global holy war at some point in the future?

Life and Death

reincarnation, deathThe creature goes on to talk about religion and the meaning of death:

Interviewer: “So, you know how the universe is created?”

Alien: “Yes.”

Interviewer: “So you’ve seen God?”

Alien: “We evolved past a need for superstition. The need for a God and other myths.”

Interviewer: “OK, illuminate us. What happens when we die?”

Alien: “Death is a human construct. It does not exist”

It’s unclear exactly what is meant this. However, the exchange certainly challenges the beliefs held by many people. By asserting that God is a myth and that death does not actually exist, the film forces its viewers to contemplate ideas that are not often questioned in our society.

How do these notions compare to your beliefs of life and death?

A New Morality?

The film also challenges our tendency as humans to use A sign pointing right and wrong.top-down reasoning. For example, our society looks at murder and make a moral judgement about it – murder is wrong. We then try to use that as a hard-and-fast rule. Because murder is wrong, we must say that killing a random passerby on the street is wrong. We must also say that killing a mass-murderer to save others is wrong.

Even for a violent act like murder, the specifics details of the situation matter. Top-down reasoning sometimes yields answers that don’t seem quite right.

Towards the end of the video, the creature says that in the future morality will come to be guided by compassion and evidence. This can be seen as a bottom-up style of reasoning, where all aspects of a situation are considered before passing judgment. To use the murder example: if someone is trying to kill you, then perhaps in that moment killing them is not wrong. Do you agree with this sentiment? 

Watch the Video Here!

Takeaways

Without a statement from the filmmaker, we are left wondering about the exact purpose of this film. It does clearly warn against the possible dangers of dogmatic religious belief, and appears to embrace secularism. But it also tackles the complicated issues of morality, life, and death. We all have our views, but these are not everyday topics of conversation.

Perhaps that’s what the filmmaker’s intention was: to encourage a dialogue about the lives we lead. We are reminded of Socrates, who said “the unexamined life is not worth living”. However, if the warnings presented in this film are to be believed, the unexamined life will actually be our downfall. Maybe it’s time to start talking. What do you think?

 

59 comments

  1. Norman says:

    REALLY?! Guess you ran out of REAL topics!

    1. Paul says:

      That looks like a pumpkin head and like the one in the Lockheed guys interview before he died. It seems it lied about its origins.

  2. mega says:

    Love this video…made me laugh. Raises some interesting facts. If you are offended by it then you hold supersticious beliefs too seriously.

  3. Charles Lee says:

    To those caught up on dogma, this video will be over their heads. I have long held the belief that we all share one life and that there is no real death. What we call death is just the cessation of the personality, but there is only one life, and we all express that life. It is the stupidity of dogma that is the greatest threat to humanity today. Whoever contrived this video gave the subject a lot of thought. The use of an alien character is brilliant in that it gives the writer the freedom to express what many narrow minds will not accept. It is, after all, an alien so we can easily dismiss it, and no one is to blame. This video is much closer to reality than any of the world’s “accepted” religions.

    1. Chuck says:

      I could not have said better!

    2. danny v says:

      Very well put, are you sure you didn’t make this Film !!!!!!

    3. Pastor Kevin Breaux says:

      Well put Mr. Lee

    4. Anthony Grygera says:

      I agree. A similar scenario –an alien tells the world that it must quit fighting or they will have to come back and do it for us– was put forth in the 1951 sci-fi film, “The Day the Earth Stood Still”. John Lennon hinted at this in his song, “Imagine”. Dogma has fueled conflict for ages: Jew vs non-Jew, Jew vs Christian, Christian vs Muslim, Catholic vs Protestant, Nazi vs Jew, evangelical vs the unsaved, Muslim vs ost everybody else. Unfortunately those who are at the root of the problem are blind to the solution by their beliefs.

    5. Brother John says:

      Excellent points, Charles! What shouldn’t go over any “believer’s” head is the fact that their deities are all extraterrestrial, supernatural entities. That certainly includes God, Jesus, the angels and more.

      1. Deb says:

        True in the Western religions, where people look “up” to the Supreme being, awaiting the being’s arrival in some form. When in the East, Far East, one tries to be like a supreme being, to become Buddha like. The desire is to know or become one with the god within

    6. Deb says:

      I completely agree. The alien just summed every idea I entertain in less than five minutes.

  4. john muli says:

    that is true but i belelive GOD

    1. Brother John says:

      Which one, john? Were you able to decide that there is only one true GOD from amongst the hundreds of gods that are/were believed to exist?

      “When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.”

      “Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by rulers as useful.”

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_deities

  5. cary says:

    Long ago I gave up worshiping anything. I revere nature,and hold in high esteem the sanctity of life. As a Witch I hold to the simple truth of reincarnation. Our bodies will wither, our spirit will not. What comes after is for this life to decide. I think magic is real, just as my grandmother did and recall her telling me that she was 14 when she first saw someone turn on a light and thought it was magic. Who knows what kind of magic and miracles can yet be achieved? If we don’t shake off the wretched plague of dogma and secularism, we will surely perish from the sickness.

    1. Ken Lyman says:

      But the permanence of the spirit will not allow us to perish.

  6. Norman says:

    Not offended by this at all. It’s just nothing new, and (to me anyway… and we’re all entitled to our “Opinions”), it just seems silly, even hoky, and so much of an “Ancient Aliens” (read atheistic) ripoff and mentality, but with such bad Animatronic characature presentation and shallow shopworn views, as to be only laughable: And not worthy of this forum. it’s not even good Entertainment; just a rehash of a tired Prometheus Myth…

    Ridley Scott already cornered this market, and with such better production values, and real thought provoking ideas in general.

    Can hackneed Mytrea (sp) videos be far behind?

    And “Compassion and Evidence” are so vague and subjective that they become mere non-sequiturs.

    I believe LOVE is what we came here for, (regardless of how we happen to be here… Though I do believe in a non humanoid “Higher Power” as the author of my being); and believe we emanated from the Tao to learn and teach LOVE… Before any of us will/can truly evolve.

  7. Norman says:

    PS: This seems more “Agenda” than “Thought Provoking” to me.

    1. Brian H Davies says:

      The 20th century has been a time where so called humanity has shown that we have wasted so much of the earth’s resources in the name of God when in fact it has been in the name of GREED. WW1, WW11, Korea, Vietnam all fought over so called ideals that only benefitted large industrialists, or greedy self serving politicians. Using God as our right is the same as saying so is the right to bear arms. Humans create wars not Gods no matter what your religion or belief, however governments & religious leaders create a mind set to condition us that we hate a particular race, or religion that doesn’t conform and therefore must be either punished or eradicated. If the likes of the Murdoch news empire or a large corporate TV network was to say; Lets just do nothing but show the good in humanity and governments stopped supporting despots and corrupt countries and directed those monies towards the sick & poor & the under privileged then we might get to a starting point of altering minds and hearts. The unfortunate mind set by big business and self serving politicians will never allow humanity to reach its full potential and therefore our wonderful planet and its inhabitants large and small will suffer from the GREED syndrome and not the GOOD objective.

  8. Bob says:

    Religious Dogma has caused, is causing and doubtless will cause endless strife. To what extent in the “future” remains to be seen.

  9. Ceadda says:

    Ha ha ha ha. Made some good points though. Dogma is indeed the root of all conflict. Self delusion often manifests in self-righteousness.

  10. Wendy M. says:

    How come the person speaks English?

  11. agburstein says:

    Hey Bubba! What do you mean “your” species. AGB

  12. Professor R A Desmazes says:

    This one says truth when he said he was from this Earth, but as far as it’s concerned, it is not an alien from another time or from outer space. For it is Demon from within the Bottomless pit, for it did not evolve from us, it is a Demon and he works directly for Satan. Our government knows who these things are because they also work for Satan. For these things are real and are under the cloak of aliens from another world or from another time. The knowledge of how our future comes out is in the Bible and is well known. And of course those who would read what I am saying won’t be believed, but it is absolute truth. The knowledge of this thing is very limited and shows of a lower intelligence like a drone in the hive of bees with who is limited to one task. Their bodies are from the dead and cannot live in the light, they are from darkness and thus from death as Satan is from death who is Eternal death. There are no Aliens from outer space, for God created all things in outer space from goodness and thus not Evil.
    The fall of the Garden of Eden led to the rise of Hell and the creation of the Bottomless Pit in which these things exist under Satan’s control, who is bound to this Earth as well as a third of the fallen Angels who are also bound to this Earth. Satan and all who would follow including this Earth will parish in the Lake of fire which location is our Sun. Rev: 21 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea. The second and final death lies within and Eternal separation from God and His Great and Holy Kingdom.
    Warning; do not be fooled by these types of deceptions for they are to confuse the mind.

    1. Bob says:

      Religious claptrap.

    2. Cedrick Smit says:

      Amen to this brother!
      God is a God of love not hate.
      REMEMBER GOD CREATED US WITH A WILL OF OUR OWN. WE CAN CHOOSE WHETHER TO BELIEVE IN HIM OR NOT!!!

    3. Brother John says:

      Let me get this straight, Professor. You think our Sun is the biblical Hell? You do realize that there would be no life on Earth without the Sun, don’t you?

  13. Denise says:

    Watching Ancient Aliens has been an eye opener to the fact that there must be something – someone that has given us the ability to accomplish all that we have thus far. Look at the Ark, the Romans’, the Greeks’, all of the beautiful buildings and monuments that we see – there had to be an intervention. In music, technology, in everything we do, feel and create, something greater than ourselves has had to have a hand in it. Too bad our belief does not allow for these “Aliens” to continue to work within us – I personally welcome them into my life.

  14. Sharon says:

    Dogma has been the root cause of much destruction and misery which now is at a tipping point for those of us who can feel the vibes of good and evil forces playing out. Many years ago I said ‘yes’ to being a light worker as it seemed the only path for me to take. It has been a difficult journey but my light is still beaming out to the world even if it is a tiny ray of hope. I believe in a God Power or Goddess Power or both. Let’s say Creator.

  15. Warren Taylor says:

    I want to thank my church for providing such a provocative video. It doesn’t have to be real to be thought provoking. I depend on ULC to challenge us and make us think. And by the way, “compassion and evidence” are not too bad a starting point for moral action.

  16. Edward says:

    Funny, I hear “dogma” following practically every “I believe” in these comments. You believe? Where is the evidence to support even your flowery, lovey-dovey, liberal, yes, I said it, beliefs. How do you not know that hate is not our reason for being? Simply put, you cannot. No human since the beginning of humanity has been able to determine any cold hard truth about God(s), the meaning of our existence, or our future as a species. Now before you get upset because your little world has been rocked, I don’t “believe” in a doctrine of hate, but what do I know and from where did I draw this conclusion? Could pure wishful thinking be it, maybe, maybe not. You don’t know either…

    1. Restrepo says:

      Very interesting, Edward. You’ve managed to come across as self-righteous, condescending, and nonsensical all in one comment! Pray tell, what is the right way to form our beliefs?

  17. Byron says:

    Hmmm, the introduction says it was from Roswell’s Area 51. Roswell is in southeast New Mexico. Area 51 is north of Las Vegas, Nevada. Get your geography right.

  18. Sammantha R says:

    The rumor/myth is that the alien spaceship crashed near Roswell and was taken with it’s injured pilot to Area 51 for interrogation.

  19. DanCaspian says:

    Why are you posting this silliness on a religious blog??? Aliens??? Seriously????

    1. Brother John says:

      An alien is described as “extraterrestrial life, life which does not originate from Earth. Specifically, intelligent extraterrestrial beings,” DanCaspian.

      Most deities are extraterrestrial, supernatural entities. This certainly includes Allah, YHWH, God, Jesus, angels, Satan, etc. Is there any argument to the contrary?

      The “silliness” is man’s hubris in believing that we are the epitome of creation here on our insignificant little planet and the myths we’ve concocted to verify our special status in the Universe.

  20. Renée says:

    Cute!

    Alien is woke.

  21. Sjen Farrail says:

    There are more than 4000 religions in our world! the big three are monotheistic, but these 3 have sub divided in hundreds of denominations because of irreconcilable differences in theology! So if there were One God, why these differences? The “alien” talks us past superstitions! It means God did not create man, but man created God!

  22. Wayne says:

    Thought provoking and highlights a major threat to homo sapien civilization. Great methodology.

  23. Mitchell Watrous says:

    You seem to lack a fundamental understanding of what taking another human life means … and therefore … lying lawyers use twisted interpretations of killing to cloud the fundamental meaning – and religious leaders are just as devious as lawyers in promoting their own biases for political and religious control and gain.

    Murder is a planned, intentional killing … and this is what the Bible addresses.

    Accidental killing is NOT murder … and the Bible addresses that issue in other areas (i.e. sanctuary cities) … and these two types of killing do not merit the same theological and legal considerations.

    I am a theologian, scientist, retired professor, and a science fiction writer … and that “alien” film interview produced an involuted, convoluted ideology designed to fool and distract the less sophisticated thinker who gets stuck on oxymorons and double ententres.

    While the dimensional associations between the physical and spiritual realms are not apparent, the film’s “alien” pretends to possess a knowledge far beyond contemporary science … and a review of his statements shows that he/it is simply self-serving, and, does not produce any substantive evidence that he/it knows anything about the past or future.

    The “alien” in the film belongs in the same category as Jean Dixon, Nostradamas, Edgar Casey, etc. … basically self-serving and pseudo-intellectual foolishness with poor track records (way less than 100%) … look them up.

    In reality, there is only One that knows the end from the beginning. The proof is simple: Biblical prophecy always comes to pass … 100%.

    Answer these two questions (containing the exact, same words) … and you will have a clear understanding of your own religion … and how people can play with your mind:

    “Do churches teach to scare the people out of hell?
    “Do churches teach to scare the hell out of people?

    Thanks.

  24. David Brockway Psy.D says:

    I thank the individuals who made this it got it from another. It was enlighting and entertaining. Anything is possible. We humans have started to become enlightened and advanced in where because of that, others are determined to hold on to the past and will die for it. We are in interesting times. I lived through the sixties and the beginning of change.

  25. Hector L Bonilla says:

    It is true that this is not true because it is true.

  26. vic smyth says:

    What you are experiencing is a Simulation of an insane world filled with insane people who worship insane gods, including gods of scientism and corporate-sponsored consumerism. One day the Simulation will be over, you will wake up as if from a dream and exclaim, Wow, I can’t believe how real it all seemed! Until then simply be yourself, and let others be themselves. You may experience death, an afterlife, and/or reincarnation — all a part of the Simulation. Eventually you will return Home and receive a hero’s welcome.

    Okay, end of sermon, bash away or ignore…

    1. Brother John says:

      How about kudos instead of bashing or ignoring your comment, vic? We live in a three dimensional Simulation/illusion and have, as a species, invented the most preposterous stories and myths to explain the unexplainable. One of the comments on an older post was “I can’t wait to get out of this meat suit and off this rock”.

      1. vic smyth says:

        Thank you for your kind words. Forgive me for using your reply as an opportunity to prattle on.

        Why would anyone create a Simulation of such an insane world?

        Can a Perfect Being living in a realm of Perfect Harmony be perfectly knowledgeable without experiencing imperfection? So we create a safe environment, a Simulation of an imperfect world, and fully immerse ourselves in it taking on the role of one of the imperfect beings. In Reality, we’re like Angels playing a child’s game of make believe.

        Now that we’re here it may seem like we made a Big Mistake — hopefully one that we will not repeat.

        “When one understands that we are all mad, the mysteries dissappear, and life stands explained.”
        — Mark Twain

  27. shiningwolf9 says:

    First, this piece should be recognized as a much needed “shocker” type of awakening for the masses, not for people on Paths leading toward a better future. Second, because of this, certain ones “jabbing”, ridiculing the embedded message are no better than the audience this message is for, (who made you better than anyone else). Third, the video may be, or seem childish, yet it just may actually enable others to think, even only within their own minds, whether or not they are comfortable speaking to friends or family about the subject mater. (Just my opinion).

  28. Brother John says:

    There are a couple of interesting facets to this story. One, being the destructive power of dogma, both religious and political. We can see numerous examples of dogmatic beliefs in both current events and in the comments of most posts on this forum. Many commenters are supportive believers in the God well described by Richard Dawkins…….“The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.”

    The second is the fact that nearly all deities, but certainly those of the Abrahamic religions are extraterrestrial…. ETs… not from Earth. God, Yahweh, Jesus, Allah, Archangels Gabriel, Michael and Raphael and many others are supernatural entities. Believers of all faiths could eliminate much conflict and confusion by simply stating “I believe in extraterrestrial, supernatural entities” instead of their particular, representations and the stories that accompany them. Would there be more “believers” or less if the dogmatic myths were replaced by belief in ETs?

    Why would the deity look like this
    https://s15-us2.ixquick.com/cgi-bin/serveimage?url=http%3A%2F%2Ft3.gstatic.com%2Fimages%3Fq%3Dtbn%3AANd9GcQdXEarqiggA0LUpaUm_Hrh-qzTnDFH9MP2Mmk_y9k1VZrImgHX&sp=41fe1766cc247fb78e5827a2a9d1ec19

    or this…..
    https://s17-us2.ixquick.com/cgi-bin/serveimage?url=http%3A%2F%2Ft2.gstatic.com%2Fimages%3Fq%3Dtbn%3AANd9GcR2Ms2G7rX6yTuqt8fEZ1E5VN8AIsn_hOz9jyQPOTZ1cBUwWirXGw&sp=c4b35a1ef7a6de37bb4d6f58d70bca4e

    or this….
    https://s16-us2.ixquick.com/cgi-bin/serveimage?url=http%3A%2F%2Ft0.gstatic.com%2Fimages%3Fq%3Dtbn%3AANd9GcSIWvtYAIvQBnNQj-wgQSZfac1miyXweJB0bnWqF1pCEoaj3ipa&sp=178d8d1b41cd5868fa537d63fac7696c

    instead of this? https://s15-us2.ixquick.com/cgi-bin/serveimage?url=http%3A%2F%2Ft2.gstatic.com%2Fimages%3Fq%3Dtbn%3AANd9GcSjUV3dLg78Y3epmyNG49QHxLNPEqIarUoI5s042eVS35WeksQQEA&sp=7396fed80a6d2bfd7c66f0ad83063b0a

    Isn’t it likely because man created god in his/her own image, not vice versa.

  29. Brother John says:

    I found this article presented a clear and straight forward message. The deities that humans have created to explain the unexplainable are virtually all extraterrestrial, supernatural entities. This certainly applies to God, Yahweh, Allah, Jesus, angels, Gabriel, Satan et al.

    Believing in the biblical God and it’s heavenly entourage is to believe in ET’s (extraterrestrials), plain and simple. An image search for “God” results in depictions of a bearded, often older, man (or the also bearded Jesus). Why wouldn’t God look more like the picture in the article and video than ourselves? Is it simply because man created the biblical God in his own image?

    Did extraterrestrial beings visit Earth in the distant past and trigger the creation of the multitude of deity myths (see link below)? It’s probable that there is intelligent life elsewhere in the immensity of the Universe. It may have abilities far beyond ours to explore the Universe, including other dimensions, while we’re still stumbling around our insignificant solar system/galaxy.

    It’s only our hubris and it’s corresponding beliefs that lend any credence to deities, dogma and our self proclaimed intelligence.

    The bewildering array of details that have been assigned to the thousands of man made deities has resulted in much strife and conflict, and little to no, truth and understanding. I encourage all “believers” to quit using specific labels and simply say “I believe in ET’s”. Compare an image search for both “God” and “extraterrestrials” or “aliens”. Our Minds find comfort in believing that humans are the epitome of creation so naturally our God is more human than alien.

    http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/names/gods.htm

  30. Brother John says:

    I see my Sept. 10 comment just re-appeared, but is still awaiting moderation along with today’s. My apologies for any overlap.

  31. I.S. Johnson says:

    I feel the greatest threat to mankind is mankind’s belief in its own superiority. Americans have a tendency to focus on irrelevant nonsense, like the video, rather than self-examination. The greatest superstition we have is that we evolved from bacteria and that we are a singularity in the universe. Death exists for material things. I myself am a Spiritual Being having a Material Experience because long ago I was attracted to this pretty blue ball in space. My current body will die as its predecessors have many times before, but my soul will never die. Do not fear the Nukes, fear the real threats, Greed, Ego, Selfishness, Pride, Moral Indignation, Fear, Envy, Self-righteousness………. Survival of the fittest is the Law of Animals. Survival by cooperation for the common good is civilization. Remember, we are aliens on this world as much as our little grey visitors.

    1. vic smyth says:

      Very well put. Cooperation rather than competition, one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned from my experience on this pretty blue ball.

  32. Chris says:

    I haven’t read the article but is the human race gone crazy? Are we this bored? Like what the hell is this about? Alens?

  33. Dr. Shirlene Perry says:

    Thanks for the good laugh. Location is not fact, video of that time of 1964 is not that clear in the dark, and recording equipment was huge. It would be impossible to move or film in this manner. Just my opinion and knowledge.

    1. I.S. Johnson says:

      I am not making a statement about the video. However, have you seen the color film footage of Iwo Jima landing, D-Day, Okinawa that exists? Those were shot in the forties with hand held 16mm camera’s on open battle fields by news guys. In the sixties there were reel to reel tape recorders the size of a cigarette pack and 35 mm cameras the size of a stick of gum. If an alien had landed, 1940’s technology could easily have made the film. Computers may have taken up whole rooms in the sixties, but photographic equipment was quite portable and maneuverable. There is a museum in Washington, DC where all these devices can be seen.

  34. Robert says:

    Interesting article. It does bring to light important questions that each individual may question inwardly at different points of their own spiritual growth. My take, God is real, the nature of God is ‘all that exists taken together as a whole body’, the implication of this ‘whole body’ is that each one of us is a cell, a soul, in the greater body of God ( the alpha and the omega). Death is just a construct to place a start and an end point of the soul’s physical incarnations,
    reminds me that an immortal soul, that each have, has many lifetime of physical incarnation, and before each lifetime, and after it, the soul still exists, still experiences, and still grows spiritually.
    Looking into the night sky and seeing the vast amount of stars that may have died millions of years in the past. And knowing that each one of these stars has a large possibility of supporting whole solar systems, then alien life becomes less of a question.

    More of how much we still have to grow individually and in cumulative forms, as societies and as a whole world in understanding that our world is but a grain of sand in an endless desert of worlds, yet important as a piece of the whole which is God.

    Prayer is important with all things. Pray about this, ask sincerely in your own heart, your own soul, and trust in that personal relationship with God that we all have to reveal whatever understanding we may need to gain, and whatever ways of thinking that do not further our own and other’s spiritual growth.

    Each one of us is a son, a daughter, a cell as soul in the greater body which is God. Ask within,and when the answer to our prayer comes, the way we view ourselves, others, and the world changes in ways so profound, words poorly convey the experience.

    In loving-kindness,

    Pastor Rob

  35. ultimatesmurfgod aka Minister Brien says:

    Ok, laughing my butt off…no really, I needed the laugh. Are there other forms of life in the universe? I certainly hope so. Have we been visited? Maybe, sort of on passing as in, “we might as well have a look while we are here…”. Are et’s studying us for some purpose? Really? Your able to travel millions of miles thru space and this little ball of salt water is of major interest? I don’t think so.
    Why would anyone so advanced be interested in a world that is in so much turmoil, that is not even advanced enough to keep its’ children fed, and seems more interested in destroying itself than exploring other interests? As a whole, the human race is very pompous thinking that we are the center of the universe. Just my opinion.

    1. Brother John says:

      Good post, MB. Man’s hubris has no limits as evidenced by the biblical God’s focus on homo sapiens and our insignificant speck of a planet. The Bible does, however, make it clear that both “God” and it’s minions (angels, Satan, the Nephilim, etc) are extraterrestrial entities that have been anthropomorphized to make them more appealing and so very special like ourselves.

  36. nishchint9777 says:

    This is fuck shit…GOD does not exist?? what does that Alien mean…then who has created that Alien shit…..This is actually wrong to say where there is a birth of human being there is a death for that….God has created us all and this universe…we believe in God..There is some supernatural power which is running this universe and that is God perfectly aligned everything..If he’s pointing on Dogmatic people as terrorist we’ll eliminate the terrorists without any nuclear wars.

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