woodtick wrote: ↑Mon Jul 13, 2020 10:33 pm
[Replying to DrNoGods in post #128
I come from a state that has had several abductions and sightings witnessed by police and fire. I've seen them, my sons have seen them, and they scare the heck out of people, and an entire Church outing in the 80's in Wilmot Flat, NH, including police, fire, etc. witnessed one hovering treetop high moving about 5 miles an hour. The same happened in Exeter where a young soldier was abducted.
I'm pretty sure that there has never been any verified
case of a "UFO" being anything more than a case of mistaken identity (I put UFO in quotes because the acronym can cover many things that are not alien spacecraft of some sort, but the acronym has been used for so long to mean only that that it has become associated to alien spacecraft specifically). I know there have been many reported sightings of flying or hovering things that could not be identified, but as of yet not a single one of these has even been verified to be an alien spacecraft. Until that happens, a scientific interpretation would have to be that although it may be a possibility, the most likely explanation is that they are either terrestrial items that simply could not be identified at the time, or the result of imagination, inebriation, etc. There are many other things in this category (eg. Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, etc.).
Everything that surrounds them - what they do - is spiritualistic and demonic.
The creatures in UFO'S are fallen angels and the government knows it. They just don't want YOU to know it and what they want. After they 'die' they then become a demon of disembodied spirit.
It is a pretty big leap to assign these characteristics to something that has not yet been demonstrated to exist. If there ever is a case where a sighting is verified to be an alien spacecraft rather than just speculation, then you need to confirm that there are "creatures" inside them. That has also yet to be accomplished, so it is pure speculation on both counts (ie. that the flying object is indeed alien, and that some kind of creature exists inside).
If you don't believe in angels, then I won't waste my time explaining any more.
I don't believe in angels for the same reason I don't believe in leprechauns or unicorns ... they have never been demonstrated to exist. I don't know what a "fallen angel" is, but would put them in the same category. Science, the military, and other organizations have investigated many "UFO" sightings in the past and come up empty as far as any verification. I have a hard time believing that of all the reported sightings of alien spacecraft over many decades or centuries, that not one of them would have decided to land or attempt to communicate in any verifiable way if they were actually real. For a craft like this to make such a long and complicated journey to get to earth (we know that no such thing could have come from our own solar system, so at a minimum the journey would have taken at least 4.2 light years (closest star system to us) which is about 25 trillion miles away), you'd think the inhabitants would want to land and do some investigation, or communicate with the living things they'd see on the planet surface. But all we have are stories from people who saw something they could not identify, then made the assumption that it must have been alien without any solid evidence to confirm it. Speculation, misidentification, imagination, inebriation, or some combination of these, are most likely at work.