are hundreds of descriptions by credible
witnesses form Moses to the John of glowing flying objects, mechanical devices,
a huge fleet of invading super vehicles, hyper-advanced weapons and unearthly
technology, yet not the slightest hint that such glaring evidence even exists from
the pulpit. If the
Bible said God drove a metallic chariot having four wheels with two white beams
of fire in the front and red glowing red coals of fire in the back at night
would that strike a cord of familiarity?
If it made trumpet like sounds when God wanted to get somebody’s
attention would that be a clue? If the vehicle had four wheels, each wheel
appearing as a shiny wheel within a black wheel and the wheels all moved
together when the firmament over them moved does that give a hint? And if
the front wheels turned when the firmament changed direction but the rear wheels
turned not and from the front was heard a great rumble could that add to the
people got into and out of the chariot by four doors by touching shiny objects
on the doors and it moved away swiftly. If God could be seen inside the
firmament through a jewel-like transparent crystal does it get clearer?
And if parts of this description were repeated hundreds of times by many
of the great figures of the Bible would it sound strange if someone said it
these descriptions sound as if God is traveling in a modern automobile?
If Jesus was taken away in such a chariot and we were told to watch and
expect him to return in the same chariot wouldn’t we expect him to drive up in
writings are not in anyway connected to a plea for money or membership into any
religious group. They
are rather an attempt to open doors of perception and unlock the vault of
secrets hidden from mankind by a power-hungry religious hierarchy.
As long as the masses are kept blind to truth the oppressive hand of fear
can still lead them. If
they are shown the truth they can lead themselves.
Truth is freedom. Freedom
is the most serious threat the churches of this world face and they stamp it out
at every opportunity. They
base their entire belief system on the weakest of foundations.
If you do what they say you will live forever blissfully in some fluffy
paradise and if you don’t you will suffer eternal torture and damnation in an
eternal inferno deep in the Earth, somewhere.
This is primitive fear and incentive motivation, heavy on the fear.
What if this God didn’t need a fancy house then how would they spend
the building fund? What
if God doesn’t need somebody to spend great quantities of money trying to
impress everybody that he is grander than some other gods?
Then the preachers wouldn't need to be heard for their much speaking.
If he doesn’t need somebody enforcing his rules then how would the
pulpit satisfy its addiction to power and control?
If this God has some real power that you can see and feel, how could they
justify claiming they have the power and the judgment?
If God isn't what they say he is, then what God are they worshipping?
What will those that say God’s flying craft are really Satanically
inspired images say when Jesus does exactly what he said and comes flying in
from the east with a fleet of glorious vehicles?
Remember the deception is worldwide not just confined to a few radical
thinkers. It is
mainstream, not hidden away somewhere.
Great Deception just might be the most obvious cover-up in history.
The Bible does not speak of an automobile but it certainly does describe a
metallic craft in the sky that spins, takes off, lands, and can hover for weeks.
It appears cloud-like during the day; glows brightly at night and can
display an array of brilliant flashing lights, beams and rays.
It fires beams and projectiles that do serious damage to large armies and
can alter terrestrial and atmospheric conditions drastically.
Men and shiny metal suited beings float up into it and down from it.
And the Bible says God flies in it and displays it so that men will know
his power, would it be strange if someone said it sounds like a UFO?
It is said that not only was Jesus taken into one it very clearly says he
will return in one along with a whole fleet of them and even goes so far as to
tell us which direction the fleet will be heading.
Would it be strange to suggest that Jesus said he would return to Earth
in with a fleet of UFO-like vehicles?
What is most baffling about the Bible /
UFO debate is the way the pulpit handles the matter.
They treat it like hazardous waste and cry “Satanic delusions” from
the rooftops. Despite
overwhelming and irrefutable facts contained in their own Bible they find
ridicule and condemnation the only answer to a very serious question.
Does God fly or ride some type of aerial vehicle?
If you use the Bible as the source for the answer the resounding is yes!
Not only does the Bible say he rides and flies an aerial vehicle but he
makes it a point that this aspect of his being is very important.
It could be argued, with authority, that to deny God travels in a very
fast, very big, and very powerful, spinning, glowing metallic flying vehicle is
in itself a great deception.
There is ample evidence of an historical and current "flying alien"
presence in our biosphere coupled with marvels of ancient engineering and
advanced technology throughout the world. Paranormal occurrences are
reported on every continent, in every culture and ancient texts are rich with
the out of place and unexplained. The world isn't as simple as our
religious and educational gurus would have us believe. Institutionalized
ignorance and factual manipulation for the sake of dogmatic compliance or
educational conformity is intellectually and morally unacceptable. Our
educational institutions baffle us with a wealth of theoretical speculation on
everything from the creation of life on Earth to great vacuums in space.
Our churches threaten us with eternal damnation or promise ethereal rewards.
Our government openly practices deception to keep us from questioning the status
quo. Our scientific gurus drain our resources trying to advance their own
publishing careers and control our lives. The only hope for the planet and
those that live on it is that something like the Bible portrays, as the future
is true. Fortunately the Bible is not the only ancient writing that
promises man a brighter future. It would seem that the answer to the
question, "Are we alone?” is not only that we are not alone now but that
we never have been. One of the problems is who is down here with us now.
The powers in control here now certainly don't seem to have the good of mankind
at heart. And that being the case let's hope the ones who say they will
rescue the planet from it's headlong rush to destruction weren't just the
fictional super beings of some over-active or drug induced imaginations.
that Great Deception just might be the most obvious cover-up in history.
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