Are Aliens Religious?
Although some contactees are convinced that aliens abduct humans for
“spiritual” reasons in order to bring us into a larger kind of
one-ness, many aliens would probably differ.
For example, how do we
define spirit? Many humans think spirit endures with a unique
personal character. Aliens don’t dwell on personal character in that
sense. Instead, they define what we call “spirit” as that of a
greater, universal whole, which is highly scientific, not simply a
glowing quality of a primitive sort.
However, a given regime or
collective might try to selectively categorize the universal whole
as they choose, so the alien notion of spirit and sentience would be
biased, in some cases.
While some humans think of spirit as their higher individual
consciousness, aliens think otherwise - if they even use the word
“spirit,” at all. We usually don’t hear their internal discussions
on the subject because they’re too subtle. Aliens think of (the
notion of) spirit in a collective sense. In other words, only the
part of you that’s universal could endure.
Do aliens believe in God or a Creator?
The question assumes that
there’s a single, individual entity, a figurative kind of
super-being with singular character. Aliens usually don’t think in
such terms. Instead, they talk about a multiplicity of intelligences
that can converge in a collective community of mind, which you
participate in and are part of. Our idea of a Creator assumes that
there was a first cause.
Meanwhile, in various statements aliens
have said the universe is, or can be, infinitely re-cycled, provided
certain ecological conservations are respected. In other words,
there probably isn’t a single character, a single-voiced deity that
was first, in a linear sense of causation. To reduce universal mind
to one single personage would exclude great awareness that can
collectively dimension into and through any moment.
So when aliens
tell humans about a “Creator,” they’re probably just posing the
subject in terms that a non-scientific human can relate to.
If I’m not mistaken, aliens think the notion of a single creator is
immature. Here on Earth, the idea of a single creator led to drunken
kings and wannabe upstarts posing the singular and elevating
themselves as god-like, rather than collective social consciousness.
So, we see bad presidents and feeble-minded aristocrats who hide
behind the illusion, which is convenient because any literate gofer
can simply mouth the idea as though he or she is equal to it.
Meanwhile, when the universe cycles or folds into itself, time
cycles back into itself also - in either great leaps of context or in
tiny increments, depending on the mind of the observer. That’s why
remote sensing is (or can be) as it is. That’s how the best minds
cohere in hyperspace. In other words, by simply deciding to do so,
you can step out of your old identity (old science and limitations)
and be part of a better kind.
Of course it’s possible that before universe cycles peopled by
aliens, a nascent earlier kind of universe could have existed, one
with subtle singular vs. non-singular shadings
- a darker energy continuum in which intelligence only evolved as a
kind of order within order, a shared kind of hyper-mind.
were the precursors of our more "physically" detached, if not
distended-from-darkness, bodily kind. Science suggests that
complexity increases with time, making a more darkly inter-connected
precursor universe possible, theoretically.
The irony would be that a darker precursor cycle would have begun as
what we’re still striving to become: peacefully mingled and composed
of disembodied, thoughtful order. Such precursors could then have
evolved in complexity and knowledge with each cycle of the universe,
although we might think them primitive. Meanwhile, by now “they”
would be hyper-intelligent, a nearly all-knowing community of mind
cycling within or beyond dark states nearly instantaneously.
could, conceivably, have borrowed from them to even exist in the
first place. In such a scenario, we would only be beginning to
understand their precedent.
Again, our zero moment when the universe came into being isn’t a
typical alien’s idea, at all. Aliens point to mathematically
balanced conservation of energy like that discussed by humans, but
aliens frame it in terms of negative and alternate cycles, not
linear waveform. More importantly, aliens talk about and strive to
be part of all mind that ever was, is, or ever will be. That
corresponds to a human idea of God but is different.
The best alien understanding is scientific and all-inclusive with a
complex, inter-dimensioned multi-character - the many dimensions of
all existence. And just where are those extra dimensions of mind and
spirit? In every aspect of existence, everywhere. Unlike humans who
tend to wax authoritatively and recite dogma, i.e. do this and that,
or else, aliens walk you toward a more deeply scientific
understanding in a larger sense.
The (western) human version of
religion tends to be passive, externalized and is thus used by
“authorities” to tell others what to do.
It’s rather slave-like,
The typical alien understanding is better. Everyone must think and
behave accordingly because mind and consciousness are ultimately
collective, overall. The alien version requires that you be actively
responsible for shared understandings, actively included in them,
not just an outsider appealing to “God” to give me this or that, or
allow me such. To aliens, no single book is adequate to embody it
all - better to read the whole library.
We can say with certainty that no gray, Verdant or any other
advanced alien believes in a masculine god.
Why not? Because there’s
no gender in the sum total of universal consciousness. Gender is
peculiar to an individual's body, and some aliens aren't even
sexual. Some clone or reproduce otherwise. Some aliens are feminine
and would be offended by an attempt to portray universal mind as
So it isn’t done.
Meanwhile, abductees report that some aliens view us as an
a population that's scientifically backward and easy to take
advantage of. Given the human tendency to think that alien
intervention is a God-sent revelation, some aliens have long known
they can manipulate us by staging technologically simple phenomena
framed in religious terms.
This poses a problem for human
governments because an attempt to expose the facts of alien
intervention may, in some way, have to touch on the history of
religious phenomena. Failure to do so leaves the door open for alien
manipulation of religious prejudice, which might allow IFSP aliens
to propagate conflict here in order to take advantage of us.
Believe it or not, William Cooper, Michael Wolf, Bob Lazar and other
sources reported that the gray alignment claims to have had a role
in the lives of three human prophets.
If true, that poses an obstacle to public disclosure about aliens
because if human governments announce the presence of aliens, that
might invite the IFSP to step in and exaggerate its role in three
related religions (presumably Judaism, Christianity and Islam).
Summers’ books warn about a similar scenario.
We’re vulnerable when governments deny that aliens exist because
that retards normal scientific inquiry. The situation is complicated
by economic disparities, plus the fact that 3.4 billion humans
affiliate with the three above-noted religions. Although only a few
hundred million believers would be naïve enough to be swayed by such
aliens, there are potentially destructive strains among that
The problem isn’t their religion, of course. It’s the
manipulation of religion by corrupt authority.
Various extraterrestrials, including IFSP aliens, have challenged
humans to think rather than simply accept what others tell us.
Aliens see life as a process of active, thoughtful discovery, a
lifelong inquiry. They know that more advanced aliens exist, as does
community of mind. It challenges them to think. Thoughtful inquiry
leads to fantastic possibilities and successively more evolved kinds
of being. So, good aliens see a need to purify themselves, in a
sense, in order to expand and deepen their awareness.
When we discuss alien thought we encounter limitations. No matter
what we think at a given time, we’re always learning more. So, in a
sense, a book like this is always being re-written.
It will never be
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