Are UFO’s Evil? This Evidence Suggests They Might Be
Two supernatural encounters seem to garner the most interest these days: UFO's and exorcisms. I have noticed similarities between the two that has caused me to ask the question if they are related. Evidence I've found suggests they just might be.
The History Channel shared a very interesting episode of Ancient Aliens entitled "Pandora's Box of Demons". It suggests that "aliens" unleashed negative beings on the world.
I bring this theory forward because I've noticed some weird similarities between what people experience when they've encountered evil entities and "aliens". I'm not alone in my thinking. There was a paper published back in 1997 on JSTOR that drew comparisons between satanic abuse victims and those that claimed alien abduction.
What do UFO abductions and people that say they've encountered demons/possession have in common? Here are some common descriptions I've seen shared that both share:
- Mind-reading/Thoughts being read
- Great fear
- Loss of memory
The National Library of Medicine echoed many of these similarities between those that have experienced satanic ritual abuse/possession and alleged abduction by UFO's. Another paper entitled Demon Possession and Alien Encounters lists numerous nearly identical responses from victims of both experiences:
- telepathic communication
- hypnotic / altered state induction, regression, suggestion
- obtaining some measure of physical and mental control over their subjects for extended periods
- attempting to dissuade a percipient from using free will, or to exercise that use toward ways that would benefit the entities; both sets of entities also at times appear to outright disregard a percipient's free will.
The paper includes startling correlations between UFO encounters and black magic.
Are UFO's/aliens really evil entities? Obviously this point can't be proven, but it's a question that deserves to be asked as we learn more about this unknown phenomenon. It's good to know that this new entity that is communicating with us may not necessarily have the best of intentions.