Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The First Christian UFO-Alien SYMPOSIUM

At last, the conference we've all been waiting for!
This groundbreaking symposium will be a sort of out-of-the closet affair for Christians who have noticed that certain Biblical passages seem to be about aliens, but where afraid to speak out.

Guy Malone, an author and the co-founder of Alien Resistance, a web site devoted to exposing aliens and their immoral, rapist ways, is organizing the symposium. Here are some of the exciting talks you can hear if you go:
Unholy Communion : The Spiritual Nature of Abduction Reports
ET's Message To Humanity - A False Gospel
Bible Physics & The Abilities of Fallen Angels
Alien Intrusion: UFOs and the Evolution Connection
I know I'm going to have to see the one on evolution – maybe I got this Darwinistic stuff all wrong. But here is the best part (reported by Roger Marsh):
This first Christian symposium on alien abduction, he believes, will gather together an elite team of authors and PhDs who are noted Christian experts for the UFO phenomena. They will present a strong case with evidence that what Hollywood depicts as interplanetary travelers - are actually fallen angels.
I sure hope I can make it!


  1. Where to begin with this one?

    When I first read about this, I thought it was some kind of spoof, evidently not however!

    This sort of conference could only be held in America! (No disrespect to Y'all..) Its the culture of superstition, religion and science fiction working overtime.

    I hope somebody films it (Spielberg would be my first choice)

  2. There is a great book on the history of people like these nuts and frauds; what they believe and how their ideas originate and spread. It's by Michael Barkun, called 'A Culture of Conspiracy: Apocalyptic Visions in Contemporary America'. He explains how different fringe movements like the UFO group, the NWO group, millenialists, and others developed their beliefs and recently merged their beliefs, like the Christian end-of-the-world-movement and the UFO believers. Barkun goes over their 'scholarship' and 'studies' and they are so easy to debunk. I found it to be morbidly fascinating. I could not put down this book. It's darn funny, too.


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