(First published May, 2014; revised June, 2019)
[Unless noted otherwise, Scriptures quoted are from the New King James Version of the Bible]
1 – What is the Alien Gospel?
2 – Invasion by the Forces of Darkness
3 – Invasion by the Forces of Light? UFOs? Hybrids/Giants?
4 – Apocryphal Works: Old and New
5 – Reverse-Engineering/Embellishment of Artistic Works
6 – “As the Days of Noah. . . Seed of the Woman”
7 – Staying on Track
8 – Where to Draw the Line
APPENDIX 1: “Mingle themselves with seed of men” (Daniel 2:43)
APPENDIX 2: Why the Book of Enoch was not written by Enoch
APPENDIX 3: What’s wrong with the Book of Jasher?
APPENDIX 4: How Canon Scripture Differs from Apocryphal Literature
1 – What is the “Alien Gospel”?
In the Bible several visions and prophecies predict the “end of the world”, or the “end of the Age”. This has been a controversial subject through the centuries and the cause for much speculation and debate. Our study here will focus on a message that is becoming popular nowadays and has come to be known as the “alien gospel”. Briefly, it proposes that
1) Demonic spirits will infiltrate into our earthly realm on a new, heightened level of intensity.
2) They will even materialize.
3) They will try to masquerade themselves as visitors from outer space.
4) They will pretend to be saviors of mankind, but their real intent will be to raise up the armies of the world to resist the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
5) These demonic spirits will try to persuade the world through their propaganda that Christ is the “enemy”, and will advertise themselves as those who will “protect” the world from Him and His invasion force coming from outer space.
6) And most extreme perhaps is the belief that these demons have already materialized among us and will try to procreate, or already have procreated, with the human race.
7) This will have the side-effect of corrupting human DNA, which could bring on the extinction of the human race.
Some of this sounds wildly fantastic, and some sounds as though it might have some foundation in truth. What then are we to believe? To begin the task of sorting out fact from fiction, the best starting point would be to check out what the Sacred Book itself has to say.