Tag Archive: fallen angels
When we step back and take a fresh look at the events of Jesus’ life, many things take on new meaning when they’re framed in the context of the war between God and the gods. And, of course, many of the arguments offered by skeptics to explain away the divinity of Jesus are nothing more than PSYOPs by the Fallen to convince modern minds, clouded by the fog of scientism, that Jesus was either a political radical, a social justice warrior, or a misunderstood itinerant preacher—anything but God made flesh. For example, the Transfiguration. What was the point of all that? (READ COMPLETE ENTRY PART-9 HERE)
In this episode, Josh and Christina Peck discuss the extradimensional nature of UFOs, alien abductions, how to stop them, and otherworldly encounters in the ancient past. Christina also discloses her own encounter with a UFO and its pilot.
Author and broadcaster Steve Quayle joins us to share an intriguing nugget: A new report that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has seen information indicating that the US government is taking marching orders from “aliens” under the Earth.
Dr Michael Heiser, author of the new book The Unseen Realm, explains the Divine Council, a supernatural task force that serves God, and why the Tower of Babel incident is more important than we thought.
For Cannon, there’s no need to change all church doctrine (though he disagrees with some LDS policies, like its stance on gay couples). He figures Mormons are natural transhumanists, explaining that God is not necessarily supernatural in LDS tradition. (The LDS Church told us they didn’t have thoughts to share on the MTA, though the church was aware of its existence.) It’s more like a clean tack-on, a modern belief that sits alongside the ancient ones. Religious transhumanists, Cannon tells me, see no need to “throw the baby out with the bathwater” and prefer to keep “what we’ve inherited from the past.” For him, there remains a “practical value in Christianity,” and he continues to be active in LDS activities, attending the sacrament meeting (communion) every week, teaching Sunday school and participating in various temple ceremonies. When he does preach — or more like philosophically pontificate — Cannon speaks of how we should become as God. Become one with God, in fact. And how technology will get us there. Cannon’s Mormon Transhumanist Association [where SkyWatch TV’s CEO, Tom Horn has been vilified in the past] is probably the largest organization blending religion with transhumanism, estimates Mercer. And transhumanism is also increasingly picking up with people across the faith spectrum: Mormons, Christians, Buddhists and others, he says. (READ MORE)