Let me settle this controversy once and for all. UFO aliens are demon spirits. Bob Larson University has a detailed teaching on this in the College of Apologetics and Demonology, Course #3 on Cultural Demonic Portals. What I’m about to say isn’t a repeat of what is in the curriculum. In this blog, I want to address the continuing controversy that the government knows aliens are real, and that they have classified information about when and where flying saucers have landed, along with bodies of actual aliens. I don’t doubt that the government is hiding lots of things from us, but the idea of visitors from other planets isn’t one of them.
Recent congressional hearings have stoked this fire about UFOs and where they supposedly come from. Three former military officers told Congress earlier this month that UFOs, now known as UAPs (unidentified aerial phenomena) are a fact and that Washington is hiding the truth from us; furthermore, the U.S. military supposedly has in its possession “nonhuman” biological matter. Polls show that nearly 40% of Americans believe in UFOs and aliens. That nonsense was reinforced in these hearings when one former intelligence official, David Grusch, claimed that the Pentagon has tried to collect and reconstruct UAPs. Grusch said that “multiple colleagues” were injured by UAPs with what he called “nonhuman” pilots. But he refused to offer details claiming the information was too sensitive.
Let me be clear about what I’m saying. I believe that there are unidentified flying objects that aren’t weather balloons or projections of atmospheric conditions. They do defy the laws of gravity and thermodynamics. And there are beings who have come from these objects and have terrified people, even beaming them up for sexual probing. But they aren’t extraterrestrial aliens, and they aren’t from a foreign government, though some military technology could be exploited by the Russians and Chinese. But that’s another matter.
Here is my reasoning:
1) Aliens aren’t from another planet. They aren’t Greys, Reptilians, or Little Green Men. These beings are shape-shifting demons that take on strange forms to deceive people. Those who claim to have had a “close encounter of the third kind” speak of being pierced by unwelcome probes, sexually molested, and surgically examined. Such is clearly demonic.
2) The critical issue to be addressed is whether biblical theology allows for life on other planets and interaction with such beings. First, the idea of extraterrestrials inherently encompasses the theory of evolution, which I assert is not a biblical option. Those scientists who believe in alien life universally reject the idea that life on Earth was created uniquely and divinely by God. If we adopt the premise that the entire cosmos has been spiritually contaminated by original sin, then any aliens would be as much in need of a Savior as we citizens of Earth.
3) UFOs and UAPs may be experimental aircraft or advanced weapons of destruction in the trial stage of development. Sightings which are not hallucinatory or atmospheric might be our own government trying out military hardware they want kept secret. Who knows. But I believe that most UFOs are spiritual phenomena, demonic manifestations of interchangeable demonic energy appearing in physical form to spook us into believing New Age lies about higher ascended beings.
Make no mistake. Christ appeared only as God in flesh to save the sons of Adam on Earth. The question isn’t whether there is something out there but whether you have accepted the salvation of Christ on the Cross down here.