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Aliens from another world?  Were the first earthmen astronauts?
Let's say that a few hundred years from now, the Homo sapiens (today's version of man on planet
Earth) has the ability to travel to other distant solar systems and once there, we find planets
inhabited by alien, primitive beings.  Some people believe, that if this did happen, the first humans
to contact these aliens will be missionaries, sent out by the churches on Earth to spread the word
of God.  If this happens, there is a good chance the primitive native will see our missionaries as
"angels" with incredible supernatural powers, deem us as "the gods," and so on.  Actually, the
whole idea of
ancient aliens getting falsely identified as "angels" or "gods," is not that far-fetched
of a notion.  I wondered before, if that isn't sort of how a lot of those Greek Gods came into
Mythology.  Hmm, I don't know.  At any otherworldly rate, it is very interesting to think about...

It follows then, that the "angels" referred to so many times in the Bible...could have been ancient
astronauts, sent by advanced civilizations in space to spread the word of God among the primitive
peoples of Earth.  There are many examples in the Bible where it sounds like spaceships are being
described in splendid detail, as these ancient beings (aliens) are intervening directly to alter the
course of our history.  Is it possible that these alien astronauts were working under God's
direction, like ancient angelic beings flying around in what we would call today "modern
spaceships?"  
However, I must note: Even if there were
alien beings flying around in UFOs during the past, it
doesn't necessarily mean that they were messengers from God, either. Or were descriptions like
what is found in the Book of Ezekiel, simply some guy's creative imagination and savvy story-telling
abilities using symbolic speak and prophetic gestures?

You can read more about that subject, on Chapter 7 - "
Spreading the Word via UFO"

This particular page's topic, is mostly about what was briefly described in the Book of Ezekiel; the
following verses that I'm about to copy below, has many ancient astronaut theorists all riled up and
adds to the possibility that there may be proof in the Bible that there were aliens, spaceships
(whether they describe modern craft and/or advanced UFOs, it is all the same considering the time
period we're talking about here) visiting Earth, long ago, etc.

In Ezekiel verses 1:4-28, quoted from an English Version Holy Bible, it states:

"I looked up and saw a windstorm coming from the north.  Lightning was flashing from a huge
cloud, and the sky around it was glowing.  Where the lightning was flashing, something shone like
bronze.  At the center of the storm I saw what looked like four living creatures in human form, but
each of them had four faces and four wings.  Their legs were straight, and they had hoofs like
those of a bull.  They shone like polished bronze. In addition to their four faces and four wings,
they each had four human hands, one under each wing.  Two wings of each creature were spread
out so that the creatures formed a square, with their wing tips touching.  When they moved, they
moved as a group without turning their bodies.
Each living creature had four different faces.
[...Skipping through a few verses...]
Among the creatures there was something that looked like a blazing torch, constantly moving.  The
fire would blaze up and shoot out flashes of lightning.
As I was looking at the four creatures I saw four wheels touching the ground, one beside each of
them.  All four wheels were alike, each one shone like a precious stone, and each had another
wheel intersecting it at right angles, so that the wheels could move at any of the four directions.  
The rims of the wheels were covered  with eyes.  Whenever the creatures moved, the wheels
moved with them, and if the creatures rose up from the earth, so did the wheels.
[...Skipping a couple redundant verses...]
Above the heads of the creatures there was something that looked like a dome made of dazzling
crystal.  There under the dome stood the creatures, each stretching out two wings.  I heard the
noise their wings made in flight; it sounded like the roar of the sea, like the noise of a huge army,
like the voice of Almighty God.
When they stopped flying, they folded their wings, but there was still a sound coming from above
the dome over their heads.
Above the dome there was something that looked like a throne made of sapphire, and sitting on
the throne was a figure that looked like a human being.  The figure seemed to be shining like
bronze in the middle of a fire.  It shone all over like a bright light that had in it all the colors of the
rainbow.  This was the dazzling light which shows the presence of the Lord."

I think that if you read those English translated Bible quotes with an open mind, it would be hard
not to notice that Ezekiel described to the best of his ability and limited knowledge, some type of
spaceships that came down from outer space.  Some aspects of his descriptions sound more like
modern aircrafts, while other details definitely sound like advanced technology from ancient aliens
via sophisticated UFOs, etc.

Editor's Additional Comments about Aliens and the Book of Ezekiel:

Honestly, to think that aliens from another planet intentionally created the various religions on
Earth, is hard for me to believe.  I don't doubt that they have made it into the ancient texts and
whatnot, and perhaps had some influence on today's various types of religions, but I wouldn't go
much beyond that simple notion.
I have trouble reading a lot of the Old Testament, anyway.  I'm not a Bible scholar by no means, and
I'm yet to read the whole book, although I need to, so I can have a more complete opinion on
biblical subjects, beliefs, certain types of dogma dung, and so on.
The Book of Ezekiel seemed to me, yet again, another violent, angry entry in the Old Testament that
proclaims the wrath that God brings.  
For example, one violent verse out of the many (Ezekiel 7: 8-9) says:  "Very soon now you will feel
all the force of my anger.  I am judging you for what you have done, and I will pay you back for all
your disgusting conduct.  I will not spare you or show you any mercy.  I am going to punish you for
all the disgusting things you have done, so that you will know I am the Lord and I am the one who
punishes you."
That book is filled with starvation, disease, murders, and just damn-right brutality from "the Lord."
How can God be so angry in the Old Testament and so soft, warm, loving and forgiving in the New
Testament?  What, is this symbolic for Bi-Polar disorder or maybe I just haven't read enough and I
need to read the whole entire Holy Bible from cover to cover?
Anyway, outside of the violence promotions and divine jealousies from the Book of Ezekiel, it does
start off with some very interesting descriptions of what very well may have been modern
spaceships like we are familiar with today.  Either way, there is a good chance that Ezekiel may
have been trying to tell what he saw and mislabelled some ancient aliens as god-like beings.  I
assume the leader or commander of the spaceships  was the one he was calling the Lord.
If it is true, however, I hope that the next time a fleet of alien astronauts land here, that they aren't
so damn angry like the God in the Old Testament represented his self in the Book of Ezekiel.  
Holy shit!  No wonder the people of
Sodom and Gomorrah got blasted!  That was one God that you
didn't want to piss off, at the time!  Dang!


Look below, for the complete list of chapters on this ancient astronaut topic. Cheers!
The Book of Ezekiel - Modern Spaceships - Ancient Aliens?
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