Ex·tra·ter·res·tri·al : originating, existing, or occurring outside the earth or its atmosphere <extraterrestrial life> Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary
The consensus of all written records, regardless the religion of origin, is that humanity’s creator did not originate on Earth. By strict definition, he/she/they are extraterrestrials, aka aliens. Humanity is the descendants of an alien race. Even should the Creator, aka God, be the last of his kind, he is, for all intents and purposes not indigenous to Earth. For the sake of communication, it’s easier to refer to this entity as a He. Not for gender bias, mind you.
Throughout history, mankind bows its head to that which is greater than itself. We’ve done this for Princes, Potentates, and more than a few armies. When compelled by overwhelming force, once all the fight is gone, we surrender; often reluctantly. How is it, that we surrendered out authority of the planet to an alien? The same, said, alien whom we worship as God?
Every culture has it’s pantheon of deities. We empower and embolden beings we imagine greater than ourselves to hear our pleas, save the righteous and punish the wicked. Yet, we fail to appreciate the nature, and origin, of these beings. The Judeo-Christian God, aka Jehovah, is a member of the Elohim – an ancient race of “sky gods,” according to ancient Hebrew texts. From these said same texts Christians derive their Old Testament. It is written that Jehovah (god) and his Shekinah (goddess) rule and guide the righteous. They are whom humans are patterned after.
And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness:
Genesis 1: 26
Why would it be written “Let us… in our image, after our likeness”? Unless it meant plural. Therefore, the Elohim are more than one rogue Creator, but a race of sky gods which influence and mold humanity. With proof of one group of aliens, there most certainly is proof of another.
In ancient Babylon, from the races of the Akkadians and the Sumerian – the latter being among the oldest race of humans, evidence exists that they worshiped their own gods. Great reptilian beings they called the Annunaki. And according to tradition, the Annunaki and the Elohim wage an immortal battle of good and evil. Since Abraham, the originator of the Hebrew race, was himself Sumerian. Raised in it’s culture, he served their gods. Until one day, Jehovah of the Elohim called him out and told him to separate his family from Sumeria. He was instructed to serve a new god, Jehovah.
And the stories of humanity’s beginning came from the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Sumerian Creation Story. Where the names were changed to protect the not-so-innocent, and the gods were altered from lizards into human-esque beings of which his descendants are bade to worship. Sounds a little hinky to me.
Why is it, which such irrefutable proof of our alien origin, so many religious leaders refuse to believe in alien life? To go as far as to say Earth is the only habitable planet in the whole Universe. Well, if that’s the case, then the Universe is a mighty big waste of space. Since, we are also taught that God doesn’t like to put anything to waste, one might surmise that the Universe is, in fact, inhabited and we are merely one species of being among a vast array of alien life.
To deny this, obvious, conclusion is to deny the very creator we hold so dear. If he came from the Earth, he could not have created it. If he created it, then he could not have come from it. Since we are taught that he is separate from this world, and yet, has influence over it, he must be alien. If he is alien, where did he come from? Was the immaculate conception actually alien in-vitro fertilization? If so, are all our “spiritual” beliefs suspect? Who knows?
So the next time you scoff at the idea of alien life, simply look in the mirror. You are the result of alien intelligence. There’s no need to worry about an alien invasion, they are already here.