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Conspiracy theorist claims 'demons' are responsible for UFO sightings

By T.K. Randall
May 13, 2024 · Comment icon 23 comments

Are UFOs spiritual in nature ? Image Credit: Pixabay / KarstenBergmann
Bart Sibrel was famously punched in the face by astronaut Buzz Aldrin after heckling him over the Moon landings.
There seems to have been a rise in people assigning religious significance to the UFO phenomenon in recent years.

While some have come to see these objects as angelic in nature, others, such as conspiracy theorist Bart Sibrel, believe the complete opposite.

Speaking recently on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Sibrel suggested that "demonic entities" are piloting UFOs and that they have been deliberately masquerading as extraterrestrial visitors as part of some melevolent and mysterious plan to "dominate mankind".

"The top two UFO researchers said UFOs are real, number one," he said. "Number two, they're not from outer space, and number three they're demonic."
"[The Bible] talks about Fallen Angels inter-breeding with humans, as talked about in Genesis Chapter six, and creating a race called Nephilim who were men of renown. World leaders."

Sibrel is certainly no stranger to controversy, having previously made headline news after being punched in the face by Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin back in 2002.

The bust-up happened when he openly harassed Aldrin outside the Luxe Hotel in Beverly Hills on the authenticity of the Moon landings and even called him a "thief, liar and coward" to his face.

Aldrin later claimed that he had been acting in self defense and no charges were filed.

Source: Irish Star | Comments (23)

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Comment icon #14 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic 3 days ago
Yes, at least most of us know when a weather balloon isn't the culprit. 
Comment icon #15 Posted by Hazzard 3 days ago
But ET fits perfectly..  well ok then. ?
Comment icon #16 Posted by the13bats 3 days ago
You believe you don't know,
Comment icon #17 Posted by Hazzard 3 days ago
Big difference that always seem to slip these believers by.
Comment icon #18 Posted by Piney 3 days ago
Which Jesus? Ben Pantera, Ben Sira, Ben Ananias or the imaginary one created with those 3 in the Gospel? 
Comment icon #19 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic 2 days ago
I believe... it is definitely not a weather balloon.
Comment icon #20 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic 2 days ago
The weather balloon Jupiter hallucination believers? Yeah they miss the something has happened that would be great to investigate stages of investigation.
Comment icon #21 Posted by the13bats 2 days ago
That's still flawed as a belief isn't a fact isnt reality, drop bear believes most things are likely paranormal i think he does believe it but it's empty he offers zero to support said belief,   You mean like the provenance going back to the start of the alleged experience, Roswell Is a great one, if we read the unedited original reports filed by ranch hand Mac brazel what he told the sheriff was junk was littering his range and he didntbwant to clean it up and his deion matching exactly what weather balloon wreckage with radar reflectors would look like, he didn't describe what sounded like ... [More]
Comment icon #22 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic 2 days ago
Ha ha, you think Roswell was a weather balloon . lol
Comment icon #23 Posted by Trelane 19 hours ago
Ha ha, you think Roswell was extraterrestrial craft. lol

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