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Are Extraterrestrials Really Demons?

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I cannot prove any ETV visit nor military project both are strickly classified fields of research, we do get leaks here and there but not all are true mostly false. But for now black triangle is very true in my opinion i based that on history of the initial idea and minds behind it.

I take it that you believe that the mysterious craft are either terrestrial or extraterrestrial. How do you differentiate them? We might have secret technology that can do "impossible" things. This goes beyond spacecraft. It once seemed impossible to put a man on the moon. Inventions, from the telegraph to the internet, once seemed to be fantasies. Cloning and nanotechnology were found only in science fiction. Geniuses might have developed craft that were capable of performing maneuvers limited to our conceptions of huge black triangles engineered by aliens.

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I know and trust the witnesses. I don't need a laboratory experiment to believe them. I don't need physical evidence. In fact, it's nigh impossible to have such. I can't present dissipated "clouds" or "smoke" to an expert so that he can write a paper for a scientific journal. As a rule, I doubt such stories. This is an exception.

Belief should not be simply good enough for you. That's an unfortunate stance to take in regards to claims of the paranormal. The only way to find answers is to ask questions, yet you seem reluctant to do so. Why? Are you concerned that the people you spoke with will think you're calling them liars if you try to investigate further? Or did you already believe in demonic possessions and simply found an incident that comfortably reaffirmed that belief? Whatever the reason is, it looks as if you've already made your choice and closed off your mind to any other possibilities.

Credible witnesses can substitute for investigations that may not be possible to accomplish.

No disrespect intended, but you are mistaken. The only way to find the truth to any subject is to investigate it from any and all possible angles. No matter how credible a witness may be, without corroborating evidence their statement is only hearsay.

You need to look deeper into this incident if you are truly curious. You can start by talking with the people involved and pay close attention to both similarities and discrepancies in their accounts of what took place.

Without being too intrusive you can try to find out if the man who claims he was possessed has a history of mental illness or partakes in theatrics for the sake of getting attention.

You can speak with the parson and try to find out if this is the only instance in which he witnessed something like this. If he has had other similar experiences then you should compare the details of those with this one.

Try to find out if anyone took any pictures (I realize this happened in a church, but these days there's always someone willing to take a picture regardless of where they are).

You can also look into the history of the church itself and try to find out if something like this has happened there before.

There are many ways this can be investigated without having to rely on testimony alone. The list above is just a starting point. The only other suggestion I have is to start out with an open mind, and not begin by being biased one way or another.

BTW, thank your for you polite replies. It makes for a pleasant discussion.

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Demonic or alien possession should, by most accounts, be the easiest of all supposed paranormal events to prove. Based on claims I have read there seems to be a complete lack of interest in doing so. I believe that if recorded properly the amazing claims would vanish quicker than all other "proof" that demons or aliens exist.... which by any verifiable way is none. Sort of like Bigfoot DNA.

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I take it that you believe that the mysterious craft are either terrestrial or extraterrestrial. How do you differentiate them? We might have secret technology that can do "impossible" things. This goes beyond spacecraft. It once seemed impossible to put a man on the moon. Inventions, from the telegraph to the internet, once seemed to be fantasies. Cloning and nanotechnology were found only in science fiction. Geniuses might have developed craft that were capable of performing maneuvers limited to our conceptions of huge black triangles engineered by aliens.

Well from all what i know the triangle shaped crafts are most likely from NRO and their companions, there is lots of darkness with agenices like NRO , most saucer like crafts back in 60-70s were too..Predecessor to now final stage of that project the triangle. Maybe some saucers were ETVs but i think people like us couldnt make a diffrence, but i think some might have been ETVs they came to "visit" our planet just for a short period of time, in times of Abomb testing... just for curiosity, We arent getting any visitation now and probably wont get any until next huge energy emission from a weapon or transmission of some kind.

And like you said what we have done so far in past, even from times of nazi germany where the teams of 6 scientists actually made scifi things in years of 1941-1946, which were later, 10 years later, marked as Science fiction by hollywood and various comic creators.

So by now we should have been on another planet and have very very advanced technology but to me it seems it stopped in direction of spaceflight.. At least so they want us to think... They had that unmanned space shuttle long before drones came out... So what were they doing? I dont know but they've done something and probably still doing. Just for sake of speculation it could be doing supply missions to that craft..

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Yes, [some] aliens are demons and so are humans. Like attracts like.

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Why does it have to be demons? Demons already get blamed for enough. Why not choose a different mythology? Maybe aliens are really olympians from Mount Olympus.

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some may be,but at what point? I believe there's a line for what we consider a demon if the ones to write the bible where accurate it's obviously aliens that play as god.Soo many accounts of people getting taken in the sky by god Jesus was lifted and taken to heaven ya for some the fact of demons spiritual Beens and angels been spiritual and all are an assumption of opinion of the writers unless told to be written as so by aliens,but if for assumption of opinion they couldn't explain it at the time with their limited explanations.Now who really are considered the aliens in my opinion the devil is not bad,but broke a rule for giving us knowledge therefore considered a demon along the ones that helped them,but there's no full angel nor demon for it's like saying there's no full good person nor bad and that's obviously credible however it's common sense they're divine yet there shouldn't be mistakes therefore this same alien race put some in the demon category sadly because contributing in our intelligence.

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Belief should not be simply good enough for you. That's an unfortunate stance to take in regards to claims of the paranormal. The only way to find answers is to ask questions, yet you seem reluctant to do so. Why? Are you concerned that the people you spoke with will think you're calling them liars if you try to investigate further? Or did you already believe in demonic possessions and simply found an incident that comfortably reaffirmed that belief? Whatever the reason is, it looks as if you've already made your choice and closed off your mind to any other possibilities.

No disrespect intended, but you are mistaken. The only way to find the truth to any subject is to investigate it from any and all possible angles. No matter how credible a witness may be, without corroborating evidence their statement is only hearsay.

You need to look deeper into this incident if you are truly curious. You can start by talking with the people involved and pay close attention to both similarities and discrepancies in their accounts of what took place.

Without being too intrusive you can try to find out if the man who claims he was possessed has a history of mental illness or partakes in theatrics for the sake of getting attention.

You can speak with the parson and try to find out if this is the only instance in which he witnessed something like this. If he has had other similar experiences then you should compare the details of those with this one.

Try to find out if anyone took any pictures (I realize this happened in a church, but these days there's always someone willing to take a picture regardless of where they are).

You can also look into the history of the church itself and try to find out if something like this has happened there before.

There are many ways this can be investigated without having to rely on testimony alone. The list above is just a starting point. The only other suggestion I have is to start out with an open mind, and not begin by being biased one way or another.

BTW, thank your for you polite replies. It makes for a pleasant discussion.

I already did what you suggested when I talked with witnesses. You said that wasn't enough to substantiate the event, but you recommended interviewing more people who witnessed the event. That seemingly was a contradiction, but it could be that I misinterpreted you. Why would more first-hand accounts make the event more believable and palatable to hardened skeptics? The bottom line is that I believed the pastor and his daughter because they were honest and open, and I saw confirmatory body language when they talked about the exorcism. Neither witness had mental problems. They also described events that closed out any variation of misinterpretations by the people who witnessed the events. There were no audio or video recordings. There were no photographs, and there certainly were no caught, catalogued entities to be sent to an evidence lab. I met the man who was possessed, but we never discussed the deliverance. You were right when you said that we should look for as much evidence as possible, but some credible witnesses have the honesty and professionalism required to build a convincing case based on their testimonials. It's fine if people don't believe a stranger's story, but they might believe an account that comes from known, trusted people in their own lives.

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Yes, [some] aliens are demons and so are humans. Like attracts like.

Nice Earthlings get visitations from friendly Grays? Mean ones get abducted by reptilian humanoids with PMS?

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Why does it have to be demons? Demons already get blamed for enough. Why not choose a different mythology? Maybe aliens are really olympians from Mount Olympus.

You answered your own question. Of course, Steve Quayle claimed that Greek gods really were demons (no kidding).

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some may be,but at what point? I believe there's a line for what we consider a demon if the ones to write the bible where accurate it's obviously aliens that play as god.Soo many accounts of people getting taken in the sky by god Jesus was lifted and taken to heaven ya for some the fact of demons spiritual Beens and angels been spiritual and all are an assumption of opinion of the writers unless told to be written as so by aliens,but if for assumption of opinion they couldn't explain it at the time with their limited explanations.Now who really are considered the aliens in my opinion the devil is not bad,but broke a rule for giving us knowledge therefore considered a demon along the ones that helped them,but there's no full angel nor demon for it's like saying there's no full good person nor bad and that's obviously credible however it's common sense they're divine yet there shouldn't be mistakes therefore this same alien race put some in the demon category sadly because contributing in our intelligence.

Some people made careers out of the theories that you mentioned in your post. Their books and tapes claimed that extraterrestrials served as the inspirations for beings and figures found in ancient literature of all kinds. They brought up cultural commonalities to prove that their contentions were right. I always thought that such similarities sprang forth from shared psyches rather than shared events.

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I talked to a rich kid with the last name LeSalle related to Jones Lang Lasalle/ Lasalle Partners. He told to that ETs were really deities and seemed real spooked when I brought up the subject.

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Many people claim this,

Oh really. Do they now.

Well how about this: Is the Flying Spaghetti Monster really an Electric Sheep?

You ponder about that. The question is just as meaningfull as the one in the topic header.

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I never saw the event. A parson and his daughter told me. They were very honest, and the man's congregation witnessed the event too. I also met the man who once was possessed. He joined the church after the exorcism. I doubt that it was a mass hallucination. They saw the same thing at the same time and same place. It was a spontaneous experience that was witnessed in real time. The malignant entities had physical, tangible forms. They were as visible as clouds or smoke. The deliverance wasn't like some faked, staged "exorcism" like some questionable moments at a Bob Larson event. BTW, your civil tone was much noted.

Thank you, I have no intention to "bust" or "debunk" anyone, but if a real tangible phenomena exists, I would like to know more. I might ask questions more than once to keep certain trains of thought straight in my head. As I say, personal experience has removed any inclination I had to consider an afterlife, but I feel that does not mean a phenomena exists that is simply not understood.

OK, pastor and daughter, but that means you are down to two people, not a room full of witnesses, and many religious people in the position of Pastor or equivalent have also said they believe completely in evil, and that they have exorcised such, but I do believe if Richard Dawkins was in the same room, we would certainly have two differing explanations for the one event.

One thing that does concern me is that many people have claimed to be professional exorcists, and inadvertently killed what they considered were possessed people. This is too easily written of as Satan's fault. Some religions even ban moderns medicine, and children have died as a result of their parents faith. This make me think we really ought to consider the claims more closely and not pander to ancient superstitions, but start with a clean slate.

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I talked to a rich kid with the last name LeSalle related to Jones Lang Lasalle/ Lasalle Partners. He told to that ETs were really deities and seemed real spooked when I brought up the subject.

If someone brought that up with me, in real life, I would too.

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I talked to a rich kid with the last name LeSalle related to Jones Lang Lasalle/ Lasalle Partners. He told to that ETs were really deities and seemed real spooked when I brought up the subject.

My company has a maintenance contract with Jones Lang LaSalle they are real estate people and property management. Not much contact with space, but I bet they could organise to sell you a plot of land on the moon.

This sort of statement is genuine paranoia.

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I talked to a rich kid with the last name LeSalle related to Jones Lang Lasalle/ Lasalle Partners. He told to that ETs were really deities and seemed real spooked when I brought up the subject.

Did he put a plastic Gray on his rearview mirror? WWED: What would ET do?

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Oh really. Do they now.

Well how about this: Is the Flying Spaghetti Monster really an Electric Sheep?

You ponder about that. The question is just as meaningfull as the one in the topic header.

The flying spaghetti monster? Did you just make that up all by yourself? I prefer the swimming lasagna creature or the running pizza entity. I'll start a new thread asking if the former is really the latter, and thanks for your worthwhile contribution.

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Thank you, I have no intention to "bust" or "debunk" anyone, but if a real tangible phenomena exists, I would like to know more. I might ask questions more than once to keep certain trains of thought straight in my head. As I say, personal experience has removed any inclination I had to consider an afterlife, but I feel that does not mean a phenomena exists that is simply not understood.

OK, pastor and daughter, but that means you are down to two people, not a room full of witnesses, and many religious people in the position of Pastor or equivalent have also said they believe completely in evil, and that they have exorcised such, but I do believe if Richard Dawkins was in the same room, we would certainly have two differing explanations for the one event.

One thing that does concern me is that many people have claimed to be professional exorcists, and inadvertently killed what they considered were possessed people. This is too easily written of as Satan's fault. Some religions even ban moderns medicine, and children have died as a result of their parents faith. This make me think we really ought to consider the claims more closely and not pander to ancient superstitions, but start with a clean slate.

You're preaching to the choir with those admonitions. I share your concerns about bogus "exorcisms". Some of them are dangerous and destructive. Some "possessed" people have other problems. Catholic priests have strict protocols that sound quite sensible in that they rule out physical and psychological disorders. I don't expect you to believe the story, and I'm cool with that. I likely wouldn't believe it if I heard it on some show about the paranormal. Ian Punnett made a great point when he said something like, "one person's experience is the next person's woo." We'll believe our experience, but we'll discount someone else's claim if it's too out there. "I believe that Bob saw Bigfoot and Yeti, but I don't believe that Kim saw a werewolf, as I also saw the first two, but the third one is just the stuff of fiction." I never witnessed a cryptid. You got the idea, though.

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You're preaching to the choir with those admonitions. I share your concerns about bogus "exorcisms". Some of them are dangerous and destructive. Some "possessed" people have other problems. Catholic priests have strict protocols that sound quite sensible in that they rule out physical and psychological disorders. I don't expect you to believe the story, and I'm cool with that. I likely wouldn't believe it if I heard it on some show about the paranormal. Ian Punnett made a great point when he said something like, "one person's experience is the next person's woo." We'll believe our experience, but we'll discount someone else's claim if it's too out there. "I believe that Bob saw Bigfoot and Yeti, but I don't believe that Kim saw a werewolf, as I also saw the first two, but the third one is just the stuff of fiction." I never witnessed a cryptid. You got the idea, though.

I do get the idea, it just seems to be at odds with that which you deem is a convincing factor to begin with, sorry, the confusion is mine, and I hope to not be repeating myself, but if you are aware that a Priest will see a demon if he expects to, should that not encompass the pastor and his daughter?

Have you noticed any repeat behaviour? Do you think it would be possible to predict such a claim, and perhaps try to be present for such a thing?

What also confuses me somewhat is my mother was a religious nut, and ended up dragging me through several faiths, but my father was a one faith person, but also quite loyal to his faith. They put me through more Church experiences than I care to remember, however, I only ever heard of something like this on the grapevine, I realise that not everyone must see something like this, but my younger years did offer me a great deal of exposure to what I now would consider highly credulous people, but the most noticeable display I ever saw was the speaking in tongues stuff, which quite frankly appears to be self deluded gibberish, and the "fainting" when a pastor or the like "heals" one, or "brings them closer to God". I had a pastor try that on me, I was a bit annoyed that he shoved so hard. I can see people getting completely caught up in the moment. These examples would lead me to think that the immediate environment is most certainly a factor in religious experiences.

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I do get the idea, it just seems to be at odds with that which you deem is a convincing factor to begin with, sorry, the confusion is mine, and I hope to not be repeating myself, but if you are aware that a Priest will see a demon if he expects to, should that not encompass the pastor and his daughter?

Have you noticed any repeat behaviour? Do you think it would be possible to predict such a claim, and perhaps try to be present for such a thing?

What also confuses me somewhat is my mother was a religious nut, and ended up dragging me through several faiths, but my father was a one faith person, but also quite loyal to his faith. They put me through more Church experiences than I care to remember, however, I only ever heard of something like this on the grapevine, I realise that not everyone must see something like this, but my younger years did offer me a great deal of exposure to what I now would consider highly credulous people, but the most noticeable display I ever saw was the speaking in tongues stuff, which quite frankly appears to be self deluded gibberish, and the "fainting" when a pastor or the like "heals" one, or "brings them closer to God". I had a pastor try that on me, I was a bit annoyed that he shoved so hard. I can see people getting completely caught up in the moment. These examples would lead me to think that the immediate environment is most certainly a factor in religious experiences.

You might have seen some carnivals and circuses. Some "exorcisms" fit into those categories. This event didn't take place at some hotel exhibition center where Bob Larson put on a show. There were actual entities that looked like clouds or smoke. They were witnessed by the whole congregation. It wasn't just a matter of a "possessed" person screaming and shouting while they rolled around on the floor like some actor in a B movie. It wasn't some faked and staged moment from a modern Elmer Gantry. Two extremely tangible, visible entities were seen by a group of individuals at the same time. That's what separated this event from other events. It wasn't a trick of light or shadow. The beings even had discernible shapes, and they could be observed as they moved. The minister had a sick look on his face when he related the tale, so I decided to not push it.

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You might have seen some carnivals and circuses. Some "exorcisms" fit into those categories. This event didn't take place at some hotel exhibition center where Bob Larson put on a show. There were actual entities that looked like clouds or smoke. They were witnessed by the whole congregation. It wasn't just a matter of a "possessed" person screaming and shouting while they rolled around on the floor like some actor in a B movie. It wasn't some faked and staged moment from a modern Elmer Gantry. Two extremely tangible, visible entities were seen by a group of individuals at the same time. That's what separated this event from other events. It wasn't a trick of light or shadow. The beings even had discernible shapes, and they could be observed as they moved. The minister had a sick look on his face when he related the tale, so I decided to not push it.

If they were witnessed by more than one person then why not provide at least some sort of evidence like video. If light is reflected off of them, which while the car since they were seen by more than one person, then they should be able to photographed. Just another story.

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You might have seen some carnivals and circuses. Some "exorcisms" fit into those categories. This event didn't take place at some hotel exhibition center where Bob Larson put on a show. There were actual entities that looked like clouds or smoke. They were witnessed by the whole congregation. It wasn't just a matter of a "possessed" person screaming and shouting while they rolled around on the floor like some actor in a B movie. It wasn't some faked and staged moment from a modern Elmer Gantry. Two extremely tangible, visible entities were seen by a group of individuals at the same time. That's what separated this event from other events. It wasn't a trick of light or shadow. The beings even had discernible shapes, and they could be observed as they moved. The minister had a sick look on his face when he related the tale, so I decided to not push it.

You only spoke the the Pastor and his daughter though, is that correct?

I am not trying to belittle your interpretation, and I apologise if that is how it sounds, I do not think of it like an Evangelistic stage show, I have seen people fall to the ground and talk in tongues and the like in smaller groups, (BAC Churches mainly) and people who witnessed the event were wholly convinced it was an act of God, and the personal acquaintance I mentioned who explained pretty much exactly what you are describing here is something I bore witness too, and did not see the same thing, I can only guess due to my own lack of faith and with only two of us there is as you say little influence. If you only spoke to 2 people out of the entre congregation, you only have one perspective, that just does not seem wholly convincing to me? I am struggling to see why you consider this such a likely case of an accurate description of what can only be described as an entity.

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You might have seen some carnivals and circuses. Some "exorcisms" fit into those categories. This event didn't take place at some hotel exhibition center where Bob Larson put on a show. There were actual entities that looked like clouds or smoke. They were witnessed by the whole congregation. It wasn't just a matter of a "possessed" person screaming and shouting while they rolled around on the floor like some actor in a B movie. It wasn't some faked and staged moment from a modern Elmer Gantry. Two extremely tangible, visible entities were seen by a group of individuals at the same time. That's what separated this event from other events. It wasn't a trick of light or shadow. The beings even had discernible shapes, and they could be observed as they moved. The minister had a sick look on his face when he related the tale, so I decided to not push it.

after the entities left the bodys what did said entities do?

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Many people claim this, but I don't buy it. In fact, we have some nerve, claiming what amounts to libel and slander against other beings. Some fundamentalists cite things such as alien abductions to justify their claims. They ask, "what kind of benevolent being would kidnap people?" They then mention alleged experimentation. I see their points, but it's almost a case of the pot calling the kettle black when you look at the very long list of humanity's crimes and sins. Would aliens be more justified in believing that we're the "demonic" ones? Let's pretend that they're definitely real.

Maybe extra dimensional beings are demons, maybe. There a lots of interesting footage and research out there on this topic.Even the word demon itself should be researched and understood by it's many usages and interpretations of, over the course of time.

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