Aug 23 2012
UFOs, Demons, Hoaxes
Well, after a long hiatus, I’m back blogging for UFOMystic! So, where to start? How about with this?
Back in 2010, I wrote a book called Final Events, which looked at the history, beliefs and conclusions of a think-tank-style group in the U.S. Government – nicknamed the Collins Elite – that, for decades, deeply addressed the nature of the UFO phenomenon and came to the conclusion that the whole thing was demonic. Like, literally: forked-tails, fiery pits, the whole deal.
One of the things that I was told had been addressed by the group was the theoretical staging of faked religious events – such as a “Second Coming” – as a means to stave off a demonic invasion. The idea was that if the whole world was fooled by the ruse and came to accept the Christian God as real, then that strength of belief could actually hold the satanic ones at bay.
Now, before people say such a thing is impossible, they may want to check out my recent Mysterious Universe post, which demonstrates that back in the early 1960s, a very similar operation was planned against Fidel Castro of Cuba: namely, the faking of a religious event to try and provoke the people of Cuba to rise up against their leader.
Yes, it sounds bizarre. No, it wasn’t brought to fruition. But, it was planned. And who is to say that, half a century later, the technology doesn’t exist to execute something like this on a far grander scale? Here’s the story…
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