It’s been a really big push the last couple weeks, but it’s finally done, and overall I will say I’m satisfied with how it turned out, even though of course things could always have been done better. This was the largest project I’ve ever committed myself to, but it was worth it in the end. Hopefully this will help many more people out there start to see how Cosmology and FE “fits” into the rest of the Biblical/Prophecy/Conspiracy narrative, from beginning to end. That is my hope anyway. Thanks to everyone who has been an encouragement and support over the past couple of years, since I first started tumbling down this crazy, crazy rabbit hole… – Will
1. The Ancient Conflict 4:36
2. A New Nation 11:00
3. The Cosmic Rewrite 17:30
4. The Quantum Deception 25:49
5. Sorcery Reborn 35:09
6. The Power of the Air 51:27
7. New Age “Zience” 1:12:33
8. Oracles of the Technium 1:28:27
9. The Templum Defiled 1:42:10
10. The Choice 1:47:53
I’m really not even sure how to start this post off, or what is the best way to attempt to navigate through the jumble of thoughts in my head on this matter, but I have resolved to do my best, and see what might come of it.
The “flat vs. globe earth” debate continues to intrigue me, yet I think at this point my interest in leaning heavily towards the theological implications of the debate, particularly in the context of End Time prophecy and mass-deception-agendas, rather than simply just the material issue itself.
One point I find particularly notable is that on both sides of the issue, there is actually a pretty fair consensus on the basic matter that NASA is a fraudulent organization full of Masonic members and occult symbolism, and that they can hardly be trusted with a word they say. And so I think that it has been through encountering a large amount of people who on the one hand, agree that the moon landings were completely faked, and the NASA releases “composite” images of everything that they are supposedly studying in the universe, including the Earth itself, and so, has ultimately failed to produce what should now serve as the most irrefutable of evidences when it comes to this whole debate, and yet, they still not only believe in a round, globe earth, but still hold to every conventional belief about the solar system and the vast stretches of Space, this has really prompted me to ponder…
The whole driving force behind NASA and every other space agency is the fixation with what is “out there”… The other planets in our solar system. Other systems. Other galaxies. The dedication and excitement people feel towards NASA, or the Apollo and Mars missions, etc., is almost impossible to disentangle from our pop-culture obsession with the topic of exploring space, and how it saturates our entertainment media. Millions of us grew up watching Han telling Chewie to “punch it”, right before the wookie hits the switch and the stars streak past as they hit light speed. We nostalgically remember hearing William Shatner begin each episode of the iconic, first Star Trek series with the words “Space, the final frontier…” Indeed, I don’t think it would be an exaggeration to say that every person who ever put on a real spacesuit and climbed into a rocket, had been dreaming about “going where no man has gone before” since the time they were a little kid sitting in front of the tv set…
But when did this really begin? In the broader course of human history, I mean. How far back were people conceiving of planets being these fascinating and fantastic places that one might hope to experience? If there were no telescopes through which to peer before Galileo, and supposedly enable astronomers to realize that the “wandering stars” were actually other planetoids, like the Earth, orbiting the same sun, then isn’t it interesting to think that hundreds, nay, thousands of years before that, people had belief systems which incorporated the planets as being other dimensional realms, as they did in Vedic cosmology..?
Of course, in that kind of construct, the “universe” is not necessarily viewed as simply a massive expanse of time and space in all directions, but of a multi-dimensional existence. Hindu cosmology certainly isn’t alone in this either, since all ancient cultures and spiritual belief systems essentially held a similar belief in some form or another, the Bible being no exception. The Hebrew scriptures speak of the heavens, plural, indicating the notion of multiple higher dimensions of spiritual existence.
In essence, it is the societal movement, occurring as we speak, whereby the scientific materialism and raw atheism of the past century is being rejected by the younger generations, who are in turn returning back to the mythologies and mysticisms of bygone eras, to “spirituality without religion”, to a reinvented, techno-enhanced paganism. We can see this phenomenon taking place everywhere we look, and it is not some accidental thing either, but actually being propagated and pushed by every mainstream media outlet conceivable. From Harry Potter mania to teenage vampire obsession to ghost hunter shows to transhumanist superheroes, and on and on, we see it everywhere. Real-live Google bigwigs like Kurzweil are dead serious in their quest to use technology to achieve immortality. People are enthralled by the idea of immortality, of special powers and human enhancement. Riveted by the prospect evolving into something “more”. Enchanted by the notion of becoming like miniature gods….
And, people are still very much dazzled by visions of exploring the reaches of Space…
Which I very much believe is quite connected, really, and a significant piece of the broader narrative being both proselytized and embraced. All in all, it is the simple concept of “endless possibility”, of “limitless potential”. No ultimate boundaries. No limit to the wonderful realms and worlds we might eventually explore. No barriers to what levels of evolution and “consciousness” we might attain, to help us get there…
And it’s funny too, having been watching in on this whole Flat Earth debate, because even within the “Flat Earth community”, as it were, there are varying opinions about things like whether or not there is some kind of “dome” or if the world just goes on forever, infinitely in all directions. I have heard people talk about how they believe that our sun and moon have effectively “melted out” the area in which we live from a vast expanse of ice, and that there are many other worlds, with their own sun/moon, melted out of the massive ice sheet, all over the place, beyond the bounds of our Antarctic, and that THIS is the big the “secret” that the Elites are keeping from everyone! Now, I am not trying to poke fun, but I will say that the real interesting part to me comes when you hear these believers in the “Puddle Theory”, as it’s called, speak to why they believe in this model. Do they have any sort of evidence pointing to this idea? No. They simply state that they simply can’t accept the idea of there being a barrier. They can’t accept the idea of a “prison Earth”…(!) Nevermind the fact that if they had never stumbled across the Flat Earth idea in the first place, they would’ve never in their whole lives worried about trying to travel to Antarctica, or to some other planet, but…. Once it is suggested that they can’t go outside of a certain boundary, no matter how far away it is, well then, hells bells, that’s just not tolerable!
I find it to be such a perfect example of a broader psychological reaction which really manifests itself in a variety of ways. The more I think about it all, the more it’s hard not to see how the doctrines of Evolution and “outer Space” are inextricably linked.
But okay, going back to this idea of these “Trekkie Generations”, (which is now all of us really), who have been collectively saturated with the believe in other worlds, in the belief in our ability to eventually explore and possibly “develop” them, and for the most part now too, the belief in other intelligent life in the universe. We have seen so many representations of achieving space travel and technology which rivals magic, that is has been embedded deeply into the core of our collective thought processes. This seed of belief, which has been planted and diligently cultivated over the decades, has effectively ingrained within us an insatiable desire to visit the dark sides of moons, to pass event horizons, to dive into black holes…
After all, to settle for anything less would be to deny our destiny as gods-in-the-making….
And so, having now walked through all of that clumsy preamble, I wish to simply ask you this:
Where does that hunger turn, that yearning to sail amongst the stars, and walk along the alien surfaces of unexplored worlds, if indeed the priests and gatekeepers of modern science who have promised us these things for years, prove to be ultimately incapable of delivering? What if the world as a whole came to a sudden and jarring realization of the massive fraud that NASA has been since the beginning? Would the dream of being able to fly through the cosmos, like Superman, just, die…?
Or would the longing to achieve cosmic, celestial divinity perhaps have to take another form? Would the masses instead look to the ancient idea that “outer space” can be grasped by first exploring “inner space”? Could it be sought through some new combination of space-age technology and occult wizardry? Is something to this effect already what is being done, by the Masonic hoaxsters, as they pretend to be going here and there by rocketship, while instead they are looking towards portals and inter-dimensional travel, “jump gates” and so on…? Were the Apollo missions some kind of ritual, an alchemical working, designed to baptize the public into the lower, materialistic, “profane” version of what they believe in on the esoteric and inter-dimensional level? A fictionalized version, for us to swallow, in order to cull our participation and approval (and taxpayer dollars) while simultaneously deflecting us from the true magikal agenda of it all…???
When I think about two recent space-related movies, “Interstellar” and “Gravity”, which came out around the same time, I do see them both fitting in to this sort of idea. “Gravity” more or less served to show just how dangerous and scary traditional approaches to space travel could be, while “Interstellar” portrays both how long it would take to travel far distances (using cry-sleep a la “Aliens” etc.) and also the idea of how much handier and easier it would be to travel through “wormholes” instead!
Anyhow, I know this has been a ramble-and-a-half, and I honestly don’t know if anyone will be able to read all of this and see the kinds of connections my brain is trying to make here, but, there it is. Is all this NASA-nonsense simply designed to prep the world for some kind of UFO deception? Could be, who knows. Maybe the “aliens” will teach everyone who is interested how to fully unlock their third eye and be able to travel anywhere they want to go instantly, (or, at least that’s what they’re promising…) I fully realize this post belongs solidly in the “massive speculation” drawer, but, I have to say that there has been something really nagging me about this whole weird thread of supposition. I feel like there is really something to all this, and I am certainly still sorting through it all, but it’s funny how certain themes and memes and everything can keep coming around and around again, weaving together, revealing a deeper whole over time…
It’s just pretty incredible really, to keep looking around at all these various elements of Modernism and Humanism, be it Evolution, scientific materialism, atheism, and see how it’s almost as if every piece was actually designed to bring the world all the way back around, full circle, back to the gurus and Druids and sorcerers of old, back to the ancient gods and goddesses, as the ones who will provide the fulfillment, of all that our years of sci-fi-fueled rocketeering has sought after. Somehow, it all speaks to the same underlying message, the same lie told by the serpent in the Garden…
If any of this, makes even a little bit of sense, to anyone, then please don’t hesitate to leave me a note. 😉
The other day I was listening to Pandora and heard this song by Portishead, and even though I’d probably heard it dozens of times before, suddenly the words jumped out at me. “Wait, isn’t this a line straight out of the Bible somewhere..?”
“Wandering stars, for whom it is reserved, the blackness, of darkness, forever….”
Sure enough, it’s right out of the book of Jude, (verse 13), in the same chapter where the book of Enoch is quoted, as the wicked men who pervert the Gospel of Jesus are likened to the fallen angels who sinned before the Flood and incurred the fearsome judgment of being cast into the Abyss.
I suppose the reason such words suddenly stuck out to me has much to do with all the pondering I’ve been doing lately around all this “flat earth stuff”. Even though I’m fairly sure that the majority of my already minuscule readership is probably quite put off be treating such a topic with any degree of seriousness, I suppose I just don’t really care at this point, and to be honest it’s somewhat freeing. In the end however I think I’m really much less interested in debating specific aspects of various flat-earth models or the vast lies of institutions like NASA, and more interested in exploring the ways in which suspending our long-held assumptions about what we “know” about the universe might actually help unveil certain plain yet profound truths about the ways in the physical and spiritual dimensions are intertwined.
One of the fascinating tidbits which has arisen through the consideration of flat earth ideas in relation to ancient Biblical and pagan cosmologies, is the question of what exactly the planets ARE, if indeed the “heavens” are not actually “outer space” as we have been taught our whole lives that they exist, but instead something far nearer and more pressing upon us, and yet at the same time much more mysterious and mystical, more mind-bendingly spiritual in their supra-dimensional aspects.
We all know how much the ancients were enthralled by the planets, to the point of worshipping them and naming the days of the week after them, but of course, we also must admit that they weren’t imagining spheroids orbiting around a solar system, but rather saw them as “wandering stars” who didn’t follow the paths of the other constellations.
How absolutely fascinating that this is precisely what the Bible seems to describe them as being…
The angels who fell to earth and “kept not their first estate”, were those who taught mankind warfare and witchcraft, seduction and civil engineering, the building blocks of “civilization” (or the hierarchical elements necessary for empire and oppression, depending on how you look at it…)
But these earth-bound luminaries are those credited with bringing that first Promethean spark to humanity, the golden gods and plumed serpents for whom the first wave of ante-deluvian cities and temples and monoliths were all erected for. Should it come as any big surprise that all the ancient pagan temples and mystery schools are obsessed with celestial alignments and zodiacs and astronomical affiliations?
The ancient astronaut folks are of course convinced that this is because our panspermiating, extra-terrestrial space fore-fathers came to this planet in ages past in their Corrillian starships and helped us evolve out of ape-hood. Their fixation with the stars is interpreted almost precisely the way the archeologists in the film Prometheus present it, as some kind postcard from our ancient alien homeworld.
But according to the Bible, these “gods” were not alien saviors or benevolent gift-givers, but rebellious angels who abandoned their posts in God’s order of Creation. And if this is so, then would it not perhaps make a great deal of sense to see why a deception might be foisted upon the world, as to reality of the nature of the heavenlies, to the connection between the angelic and the skies above which we see with our own eyes…?
Would it not fit quite seamlessly to conceive of a fictionalized Copernican cosmology to serve as the foundation for the fictionalized Darwinian paradigm?
Like chapters in a fairy tale book they build on each other, and create an encapsulating worldview which is quite apart from that of Genesis, and after enough time has passed, (and this is the facet which I find intriguing), it sets the stage for another introduction of these same photo-morphic beings within a new “modern scientific” context. In short, in order to pose as “alien creatures from outer space”, first you’d have to establish the concept of what “outer space” even IS in the minds of the public.
I dunno…. Perhaps I really have just lost my marbles completely at this point and should feel free to continue on in my own delusion without feeling like I need to write about it here. I will say that my perspective, on so many things, has felt quite different of late. I’ve spent far less time fretting over news headlines or NWO shenanigans the past few weeks than I have searching the scriptures with a new found fervor, and staring up at the day and night sky, just marveling at it all… It’s odd. Almost as though it feels like I’m actually starting to come out on the other side of some long, dark tunnel, as if the “rabbit hole” really does have an exit far on the other side. But of course, it wouldn’t be fitting if it didn’t turn out to place you squarely back where everything began, in that delicious sort of irony which reminds you just how much a sense of humor God really must have. Somehow, the machinations of the Enemy seem more laughable to me now than ever before, the more you realize how rebellion against God is the seed of all self-delusion, we weave and accept the stories about everything which best suit our predetermined sources of sovereignty. This is how it has always been. Even the angels, who watched the Earth and heavens being formed by the Hand of God Himself, who encircled the throne and worshiped Him in His full glory, still some fell, conspired even, and then set about spinning tales and twisted accounts of their descent. That’s all I see the ancient pagan mythologies and “mysteries” and pantheons as adding up to in the end, as attempts by the “wandering stars” to whitewash their damnable errors and confuse humanity into worshiping them, instead of the One who made us all….
Ok, so I’ve been kicking around the idea of doing some kind of podcast / radio project / “radio” sort of thang / for quite some time now, but still haven’t quite got there, although I am constantly playing around with sounds/music for “intros”, as that seems to be fun to do just for it’s own sake, and so perhaps that is even half my motive for wanting to do such a thing in the first place. 🙂 But anyhow, I’m still in the “brainstorming” phase really, (I suppose I more or less live in the that phase, but no matter…) and really I don’t know exactly where it might go, but all I think I do know at this point is that I’d want it to be something different, something very free and open in it’s format, and honestly I don’t think I’m looking to do another “let’s sit and interview this author/speaker/person” show, not because I don’t like those types of podcasts, because I love em, it’s just that I don’t necessarily think that’s either my “strength” or my cup o’ tea necessarily…
I think I’m more envisioning something more compilation-oriented, in the vein of say, NPR radio-shows such as “This American Life”, or “Radiolab”, if you’re familiar with those. Just more like little collections of “sound vignettes” and more like just random recorded conversations with people, about, well, all the fun/weird/crazy/prophetic stuff that typically finds it’s way onto the blog here, only I think I’d actually be hoping to collaborate with a lot of my fellow YOUs out there, in a project like this, my friends (and just anybody really) out there in the ‘sphere who might want to talk about, well, anything… How’s that sound? I’d love to just get recordings of stuff like, people’s testimonies, views on what’s going on in the world, governments, pop culture, music, art, the Bible, “spirituality”, conspiracies, NWO, movies, books, and of course, TRUTH!
I already have several of you specifically in mind, so be prepared to start getting some emails peeps, and please, do take the time to let me know what kinds of things YOU’D be interested in talking about, listening to, and just seeing tried overall. It’s not intended to be the most amazing thing you’ve ever heard in terms of “production value” or anything, nor is it hoped to be something that would garner some massive audience. It’s just, like this blog, another small outlet, a way of hopefully being able connect in a slightly “deeper” way with lots of other people out there, collaborate, get creative, and actually be able to hear the tones in each other’s voices…. Here’s one of the “intros” I’ve come up with:
While watching an older episode of Anthony Bourdain last night we stumbled an interesting bit of Americana. Bourdain was cruising around the Californian desert with the frontman for Queens of the Stone Age, and one of the places they stopped was a place named “The Integratron”, a dome-shaped building out in the middle of nowhere, built out of wood and interlaced with copper wires and other things, where they stopped for a “sound bath”, basically a meditative session where they lay in the dome and the hosts created chakra-opening tones using crystal bowls…
The interesting thing to me is the history of this “Integration” design, and it’s builder, Mr. George Van Tassell, who I confess I’d never heard of before this. (I’m sure amongst UFO buffs he’s super old news, but hey)
The Integratron is built in close proximity to “Giant Rock”, which is where it all begins. The massive boulder is (of course) a site long considered sacred to Natives for it’s spiritual properties, which wound up being the “home” of a man named Frank Critzer. Critzer was a homeless prospector who somehow came across Giant Rock and, much like Patrick the starfish from SpongeBob Squarepants, proceeded to carve out a little domicile for himself underneath the humongous stone. Van Tassell had become friends with Critzer shortly before he dug out his little cave-dwelling, and after some time became a frequent participant in group meditation sessions that Critzer would hold in his underground home.
Then Van Tassell is visited by a “space man”, who tells him all sorts of things, including a “formula” for time travel, and the design schematics for what would eventually take shape as the Integratron structure.
Now to me, when you look at the broader sequence of how the history of this place unfolds, I think it serves as a rather telling example of how the “UFO phenomenon” is indeed real, but ultimately of a very spiritual nature. The place existed for ages as a known epicenter of “energies”, and as such it functioned as a location whereby meditation and communication with the spirit realm was enhanced. While the Integratron design given to Van Tassell fails achieve “time travel” in the classic sense, it nevertheless proves to indeed exhibit all kinds of strange and pronounced effects in relation to meditative practices. So again, we see a very familiar pattern that emerges quite often when examining the Ufology, this sort of boomerang effect, where there is often an initial connection to some ancient shamanic location or practice, which then in the 50’s or 60’s is tied to some experience involving “spacemen” or “spacecraft” or both, from which is gleaned some form of information that ultimately points people BACK to ancient, shamanic beliefs and practices…
The figure of Van Tassell is of further curiousity when it is noted that not only was he (like so many others) a military man involved in the aerospace industry, but he actually worked for/with “eccentric billionaire” (and CIA asset) Howard Hughes, there are apparently also correlations between the designs of the Integratron with the technologies of the much speculated over Nikola Tesla. Heck, even Billy Corgan thought the place was cool enough to shoot a video there…
So here is a brief synopsis of the progression of my thinking regarding unidentified flying objects and the broader subject of aliens, abductions, etc.:
When I was about 19, I read a book by Dave Hunt which detailed the various commonalities between typical UFO encounters and sightings, and demonic experiences. I don’t remember which book it was exactly (since I read many of his books) but overall it did a good job in convincing me that, a.) The vast amounts of eye-witness testimony points to the fact that the phenomenon is real and should not be dismissed as imagination, hallucination, or false testimony, and b.) The phenomenon is of a spiritual nature, and comes from the dark side.
That was basically intellectual construct through which I filtered UFO reports (and basically all “paranormal” sightings) for many years. Lights in the sky, “abduction” experiences, sightings of discs/saucers, and so on were all presumed to be “ethereal” in nature, ghostly and intangible demonic spirits zooming around the sky and wigging people out with unexplainable light movements. Abductions were demonic “visions” being achieved through a spiritual mind-hack, an exploitation of the dream state, or hi-jacking of the pineal gland, or something. All in all, I believed it was real, and a demonic deception, but nowhere was there room in my paradigm for any sort of “nuts and bolts” hardware. It was all spiritual smoke and mirrors from how I looked at it.
Then, my theories on the paranormal were all given a serious shaking when suddenly I was brought face to face with the “Genesis 6 paradigm”. The realization that the Bible in fact very plainly says that in the early ante-diluvian era, fallen angels did indeed come down and breed with human women, creating the Nephilim, hybrid angelic/human offspring, and bestowing the intellectual and technological know-how needed to kick-start the first human civilizations (most likely with the fallen angels functioning as regional “gods” over this first city/state/empire). Under this new perspective, it almost instantly became clear that many of my long-held assumptions about the distinctions and divisions between the “spiritual realm” and the physical world were perhaps not as clear cut as I had thought. UFO’s were among the list of things now undergoing a re-evaluation, and this topic has been one that has been more or less filed under “open for further investigation” for the last few years.
In these last few years, there have been a number of people who have challenged me to consider all kinds of possibilities, like L.A. Marzulli, Gonz Shimura, Josh Peck and Jim Wilhelmsen. As I learned more about the underground histories of occultism in Nazi Germany, I started to trace the connections between the first wave of modern UFO phenomenon in WWII Germany, and how their occult/ufo tamperings were in many ways imported here to the U.S. as a part of the broader “Operation Paperclip” effort involving rocket scientists like Werner Von Braun. I learned about how Roswell, New Mexico was first the sight of a very insidious ritual performed by American rocket scientist Jack Parsons and L. Ron Hubbard called the “Babylon working”, before it became the famed site of the “crashed flying saucer”.
In a Canary Cry interview with Wilhemsen, who lived in Roswell for several years, he spoke about a vision or a dream he received from God one day which basically showed a flying saucer, and a living “being” with flesh and veins and such, and it kept flashing back and forth between the metallic, mechanical craft and the flesh-and-blood “ship”. When I listened to Jim tell this piece of his testimony, I got some serious “Holy Spirit goosebumps” and I very much felt like God was telling ME to pay attention to this, there was definitely something important to what I was hearing. So, “Okay Lord, filing that away. Don’t know what it means right now, but it’s filed…”
Around that same time, I believe it was Josh Peck who first exposed me to the proposal that perhaps Ezekiel’s vision in chapter 1 of that prophetic book was indeed describing something relating to UFOs or ancient flying “things”. Verses 19 and 20 are particularly interesting: “When the living creatures moved, the wheels beside them moved; and when the living creatures rose from the ground, the wheels also rose. Wherever the spirit would go, they would go, and the wheels would rise along with them, because the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels.” Once again, filed away, f.f.r.
Then quite recently, Chris Putnam wrote a post about the death of Bob Bushman, who was an employee at Area 51 who claims to have seen real flying saucers being reverse-engineered at the base, and that there are two different types of aliens living and working at Area 51. The video included in the source article has now been taken down due to “copyright complaints”, (though I’m sure the interview can possibly still be found elsewhere) but in the interview with Bushman before he died, he shows a variety of photographs he claims are of the craft and one of the aliens, which were interesting to me, but the thing that most caught my interest was a segment where he was speaking about the nature of the technology employed by the flying saucer himself. He spoke of how there was something involving “crystals” being combined with a particular metallic alloy which, when combined, the original weight of the metal suddenly became only a tiny fraction of what it weighed by itself. In other words, the “crystals” were a part of what made the craft almost weightless…
Somehow, watching this little segment began to trigger a confluence of these “filed” bits of info which rapidly coalesced into a singular concept that surprisingly made a whole lot of sense to me.
Perhaps it was simply the addition of this element of “crystals” which instantly brought to mind the ubiquitous use of crystals in New Age mysticism, meditative practices etc., which sparked this final realization. Many people joke about “vibrations” and “frequencies” and other such hippie-dippy lingo, but the fact is I would say that crystals are so often used in such occult practices because for whatever reason they lend themselves to being made into what Christians would call “demonized objects”.
And that is essentially how I might describe my view of UFOs at this point, if in fact there really are actual physical craft out there, whether being used/built/reverse-engineered by the government, or by other “beings, or some combination of both. “Demonized technology”. Mechanisms constructed with the intention of being “powered” by supernatural forces on the other side of the veil, using materials and technologies which allow the physical “chariot” to be hitched up to a spiritual “horse”. I think of the analogy of these play tables I’ve seen in waiting rooms at doctor’s offices, where the top of the table features little cars or figures encased in glass, and the child plays by reaching underneath the table and moving around a little magnetic knob which pulls the car. The two pieces are separated by a barrier, yet linked, making the cars appear to magically move around the table.
Another analogy is from the 1985 film “Explorers” (classic!) where a young inventor (played by River Phoenix) invents this computer-controlled, electric “orb” thing (hey, it was the Eighties, computers could do anything…) He and two other friends build a spaceship by constructing a crude capsule out of stuff from the junkyard, and then simply program the “energy orb” to engulf the capsule, allowing them to maneuver in directions and speeds that would be completely impossible using traditional fossil-fuel propulsion systems.
I find this concept very interesting also if we go back and take a look at that “Nazi-UFO connection”. Anyone who has looked into UFOs and Nazis has heard of the “Vril Society”, which was an alleged esoteric group in Germany before and after WWII which was devoted to discovering the true existence of an energy force called “Vril”, a concept which was perhaps created, or at least popularized by, a sci fi novel by Edward Bulwer-Lytton called “The Power of the Coming Race”, which described an underground race of superhuman angel-like creatures and their mysterious energy force, Vril, an “all-permeating fluid” of limitless power.
Anyhow, in 1935, a German rocket scientist named Willy Ley came to the United States from pre-war Germany, and in an article two years later, he mentions that there was this group called Wahrheitsgesellschaft (“Society for Truth”) that formed to look for the real existence of Vril in order to build a perpetual motion machine, among other aims.
My point in mentioning all of these fragments of ideas and information is not to put forth some all-encompassing theory on UFOs, government cover-ups, “alien greys” and all the rest. I don’t have one. As far as I stand, who knows, perhaps right this very moment there actually are massive underground complexes with different species of “beings” walking around, building weird ships, creating hybrid babies, preparing for some massive “unveiling” event. Maybe there isn’t, and maybe something like that will never happen, and there won’t be any “alien deception” component to the rise of the anti-Christ’s global kingdom whatsoever. I remain fully open to the entire spectrum of possibilities involving both scenarios. The takeaway point in this examination I think is simply to be adequately mentally prepared for anything, and be able to operate in a broader cosmological paradigm which looks at things like Ezekiel’s vision, and in the very least recognizes that it speaks to the fact that the universe we live in involves creatures and technologies and combinations thereof which are as of yet still immensely beyond our everyday experience. In our 20th-century mode of thinking, we have culturally tended to think in terms of technology/”science”/hardware as being over on one side of reality, while spirits/beings/”entities”/paranormal are quite removed and off on their own side of things.
This conceptual gulf I would suggest is rapidly shrinking in the culture at large, and as students of Biblical prophecy and the developing globalist world we live in, I think we need to recognize it as well, and be open to investigating just how much these two seemingly disparate fields might actually be much more integrated, or able to be integrated, than we may have ever imagined, whether we are looking at the UFO phenomenon, questions pertaining to AI research, smart grids and the “internet of everything”, or whatever else…
The "Minority Report" from J. Michael Bennett, Ph.D, Emeritus Producer of the Future Quake Radio Show, and Author of the soon-to-be-released book series The Holy War Chronicles - A Spiritual View of the War on Terror