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It seems like mainstream media is obsessed with all things “ancient alien” and appears to be crafting a doctrine to fit the idea that aliens are on their way here. It is as if we are being prepared.

At first when confronted with the idea of other life out there, being intergalactic or interdimensional, the religious community was saying that these other brothers would be but another creation of God and they were even willing to baptize them. Now things are changing.

The theory being espoused in some Christian sects is that these beings are most likely morally superior and closer to God than we are because they have not experienced the fall, as we have. Rather than us evangelize them as originally claimed, now the Vatican is saying these “others” are coming to evangelize us.

Think of all the movies and television shows which have shown alien entities coming to our planet, inviting us to join their federation as they bring us up to the next level.

There seems to be a very real “Alien Savior” mythos permeating the world psyche. People believe the watchers, or aliens, are here to help keep us on track or to make things even better.

Three or four generations have been raised with the idea of superior beings showing up to lead mankind into the future. It has been infused into the collective subconscious.

When asked if these “saviors” appear anywhere in the Bible, Brother Guy Consolmagno, Vatican astronomer, gave Gen. 6 as an example of a time when these beings had been here before. He even referred to these Nephilim returning.

Ancient myths and records say that when the Nephilim came, they shared occultic secrets with man. It is said this is how we learned metallurgy, herbal pharmacology, mathematics and astronomy, to name but a few.

Traditionally the Nephilim have always been considered to be connected with the fallen angels. Gen 6:1-4. Numbers 13:33.

Father Consolmagno said in an interview with author Tom Horn, “Perhaps it is not so farfetched to see the second person of the trinity, the word, who was present in the beginning, John 1:1, coming to lay down his life and to take it up again. Not only as the Son of Man, but as a child of these other races.”

When asked if the virgin birth could then be seen as an alien abduction by Mr. Horn, Father Consolmagno went on to describe how a hybrid child had been generated.

People will say why should we care what some Jesuit in Rome has to say about such matters. It is the Jesuits who write the Church’s theology, however.

The Jesuits, for the most part, are the science-minded part of the Church. Their interest and knowledge of astronomy goes far back and is quite vast. They even have their own observatories.

Pope Francis is a Jesuit. There is a tendency for the faithful to say nothing has changed, it is business as usual. It appears things are changing very rapidly in Rome though. Internally there is a restructuring of power taking place.

It has been whispered for years there is a war between the Jesuits and the Papacy. The Jesuits tend to have a very rationalistic, humanistic take on Theology. Darwinism and Liberation theology have entered into their doctrinal discussions, all far from an Evangelical Christian point of view.

The Catholic Church does love its power. It has been known to do absolutely anything to hold on to that power in the past. If beings from some other dimension are about to make their presence known it seems Rome wants to work in conjunction with them.

Art Bell interviewed Father Malachi Martin on Coast to Coast AM about Mount Graham. Bell wanted to know why the Vatican had an observatory on a mountain in Arizona and why were they so invested in studying deep space.

Father Malachi’s response is jaw-dropping. He said, “Because the mentality, the attitude, mentality amongst those who at the higher levels, highest levels of Vatican administration and geo-politics, know that, now, knowledge of what's going on in space, and what's approaching us, could be of great import in the next five years, ten years. “

The native Apache tribes that have lived around Mount Graham, now the location of the Vatican’s observatory, have a long history with this mountain. It is considered one of their four holy mountains. They did not want the observatory up there.

This mountain was considered a sacred place. It was considered a stargate, or portal, to another dimension. It is said the ”star brothers” came to Earth here.

Is this why Rome chose this area of Arizona to study deep space? The mountaintop is perfect for stargazing due to its extreme elevation and dry atmosphere, also called a “sky island ecosystem”.

The name of the instrument attached to the Vatican’s telescope on Mount. Graham, AZ, is L.U.C.I.F.E.R. The L.U.C.I.F.E.R. stands for “Large Binocular Telescope Near-infrared Utility with Camera and Integral Field Unit for Extragalactic Research.” It does seem to be named for the Devil, whose name means “morning star”.

What angered the Hopi people most of all was that all environmental regulations were swept aside to get this observatory built. Congress met to create ways to get around the legal barriers of the American Indian Religious Freedoms Act and was able to bypass environmental laws. A real power play took place to get this project done.

In 1993 when the observatory went live, a Jesuit priest, Father George Coyne, gave an interview to the London Daily Telegraph in which he says, “The Church would be obliged to address the question of whether extraterrestrials might be in the fold and baptized. “

Things are unfolding and it seems the Jesuits are saying we are about to be invaded. Fr. Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti, Professor of Fundamental Theology at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome and Opus Dei theologian says,

“Spiritual ET contact will not immediately oblige the Christian to renounce his own faith in God simply on the basis of the reception of the new, unexpected information of a religious character from extraterrestrial civilizations.”

He continues, “But, the renunciation could come soon after as the new religious content originating from outside this Earth is confirmed as reasonable and creditable. Once the trustworthiness is confirmed and the information has been verified, the believer will have to reconcile such new information with the truth that he or she already knows and believes on the basis of the revelation of the one triune God, conducting a rereading of the Gospel inclusive of the new data.”

It is being said the true heresy of the future will be to not accept aliens having a morally superior dogma.

What is an “alien”? Is the Bible really silent on the issue of God creating other life-forms on other worlds? What about other dimensions and their inhabitants?

The Bible does give us a philosophy of history. It describes different ages or eras of mankind. We are said to be in the church age right now. There does seem to be an absence of the foretelling of a visitation from extraterrestrial life forms, the “alien age,” so to speak.

The Bible does tell us to expect an age of Great Deception. We are told the Powers and Principalities that work in dark places are plotting our downfall behind the scenes.

Ephesians 6:12, “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. It is their desire to prohibit our redemption.”

They are not our friends.

2 Thessalonians 2:9-10

(9)Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, (10) And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish, because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved.

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