Manipulative Extraterrestrials: Explaining UFO and alien denial
by Dr. John Singh
Do you consider yourself a relatively open minded person about UFO sightings? Have you heard "rumours" about reported alien activities on our planet Earth; but are sceptical about all this "alien talk"? Do you ask yourself something to the effect of: "Where's the proof? I, for one, have not seen any aliens. Why should I 'believe' accounts from potentially crazy people? Show me some definite evidence, backed up by 'experts'."
Someone in rebuttal could then politely ask you: "How do you know you have not seen any aliens? How do you know, for example, that an eccentric looking person in the mall you saw one day was not an alien? How do you know that an extremely attractive film actress that you like, with an unusual something that you can't quite put your finger on is not an alien. How do you did you that you did not see an extraterrestrial a couple of days ago posing as a reporter in some war zone on the television news; or that the teacher you had in university was not an extraterrestrial? How do you know that 'people' in authority who are making decisions behind closed doors, who seem to have turned their back to the cries of humanity, are originally from our planet?"
Dr. John Lash's investigative research on the Pagan Gnostics suggests that as humans, before we can critically explore such questions, it is vital that we begin to critically appreciate what it means to be human. According to the Pagan Gnostics, when, as a person, you have introspectively come to grips with what it means to be a human being, you can then begin to sense and see extraterrestrials that seek to cloak themselves within human reality. The Pagan Gnostics had apparently sensed and witnessed such extraterrestrials with hostile agenda to enslave humanity.
As human beings, we have been conditioned to accept a system of orthodoxies about our relationship to the larger universe, without questioning them. We simply accept the "truth", for example, that the search for other intelligent life beyond our planet continues, and when the planet's elites make contact with this life, they will let us know. Since that has not happened, we are therefore led to sceptically treat any claims of UFO sightings, and close encounters with aliens as either intentional mischief or earnest imaginings of easily explainable terrestrial phenomenon.
Through the creation of respect for, and dependency on authority structures, humans have been led to into a state of "blind faith" by potentially debilitating societal orthodoxies preached by these leaders. This pivotally includes religious hierarchies, that according to the Pagan Gnostics, preach a "counterfeit spirituality" orchestrated by aspiring alien controllers. However, other such structures include, for example, government, police, teachers in schools, and legal systems which often protect elites, while ignoring the plight of human beings who are deprived of basic rights.
So deep is the conditioning process against human acknowledgement of potentially hostile alien activities on earth, that even many humans who do have apparent encounters with sentient non-human alien beings may lapse into a spiritual crisis of denial or fear, that spawns into hysteria. An observer might witness such hysteria as a crazy person, that is "obviously" suffering from a mental illness that caused them to hallucinate an alien encounter. But, if you might also make such a conclusion, perhaps you might consider whether a level headed person like yourself might also become hysterical after having encountered an potentially hostile/demonic alien intelligence. Perhaps much of the apparent craziness expressed by reporters of alleged encounters might actually have been induced from an alien encounter, which may or may not have been hostile?
Consider, for example, the following incident documented by Albert Rosales on UFOinfo.com.
The following is another representation of an alien encounter:
The following was an incident reported in Buffalo in the United States:
The following are more public incident that was reported in a Puerto Rican shopping mall, and also documented by Albert Rosales:
The following incidents were further reported apparently in the same shopping mall:
Human beings who consider themselves open minded, and would like to consider the factual accuracy of whether there has been and continues to be alien activities on Earth, may need to re-consider the truth of what they have been socialized to think and to accept as unassailable information.
If human beings accept that lies have been a pervasive part of the political reality that human civilizations have been subjected to, why is it not easy to consider UFO and aliens contact with humanity as being a potential pivotal part of a mass political deception against humanity?
This difficulty might be associated with our collective conscience as human beings. Have you ever noticed that in a huge crowd, a "mob conscience" can take over in which otherwise 'law abiding' people become influenced by a crowd to do react and participate in criminal behaviour? The nature of our humanity is a spiritual interconnectedness with each other, that could be exploited by manipulative entities.
Denial becomes not only socialized in the conscious thought of individuals, but it may very well be reinforced by a spawned collective conscience of denial. That is to say, you are conceivably being affected by the thoughts of denial that you are sharing with other people, and that operates to repress a critical awareness of alien activities that you may otherwise acknowledge. Pagan Gnostics appreciated the spiritual interconnectedness of humans that regressive aliens, they identified as "artificial man" or the "archons". Gnostics identified "archons" as seeking to implant "psychological virus" against the human psyche, that could disable the critical awareness of activities against human free will, and which the regressive aliens sought to apparently conceal. This axiomatically starts from enforcing the collective denial of aliens as a potential threat to human quality of survival.
Gnostics specifically sought to warn human about a particular group of Manipulative Extraterrestrials possessing a lower-dimension artificial intelligence. These cited regressive aliens were identified as having the ability to mimic reality, in order to fool humanity into believing that such aliens were inherently more technologically advanced than human beings.
These regressive aliens were identified by Pagan Gnostics as being the ultimate "terrorists" against humanity, that sought to use virtual reality simulation and mind control techniques to 'divide, rule and conquer'.
The Bible itself, for example, in pre-translated forms, as presented by Biblical scholars, actually contains specific warnings against these apparent Manipulative Extraterrestrials, who have apparently sought to control, exploit and oppress humanity, through mass-deception. However, translated forms of the Bible, including the notable King James Version, presumably directed by these reported manipulative entities (based upon John Lash's Gnostic citations), excluded the explicit warnings of an alien-directed "terrorism against Humanity, in a broad based Eugenics War.
Ephesians 6:12 in the King James Version of the Bible, used as a basis for more modern translations stipulates "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." In sharp contrast a direct uncensored translation from Greek according to Biblical scholars indicates the following: "For our struggle is not against [human beings], but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual [dark forces] of wickedness in outer space." - Ephesians 6:12 [the uncensored citation] LINK
Dr. Michael Salla also specifically documents accounts of allegedly ethical extraterrestrials that to the "untrained" observer that looks like an Earthbound human, but are aliens. Dr. Salla referred to such aliens are operating on Earth like a "celestial peace corps". LINK
At this point, Hernandez drove his car to a remote location directed by Lya. He then goes on to describe how they proceeded to enter Lya’s space vehicle and left the Earth’s atmosphere.
A round object of more or less three meters diameter was some meters in front of us. Lya took out an apparatus of metal that was like a small box of cigarettes and pressed a button. At that moment the door of that ship opened itself from below, and we went through into the interior by means of a small ladder… She touched a small lever with various buttons and pressed one.. The ship silently rose into the air… The Earth withdrew more and more, and thus I could contemplate the night, the stars and alter dozens of satellites of all types orbiting the Earth. LINK
In 1984, with his contacts still going on, Professor Hernandez just disappeared -- without a trace -- and nothing of him has been discovered of him since, though both private and police detectives have continually searched. LINK.
At the same time, Dr. Salla also documented apparent off world "Extraterrestrial humans" that had the capacity to infiltrate human institutions to support an agenda hostile to human free will and sovereignty.
Dr Salla documents such "apparent humans" that had also specifically ethical interests in countervailing the work of regressive aliens, or such "apparent humans", who sought to use their unique mental abilities to help support an elite enslavement agenda.
A Gallup Poll discloses the astonishing fact that 5 million Americans claim to have seen a UFO at one time or another since 1947. Apparently, over 10 million people internationally have reported seeing UFO's and/or alien spacecraft. LINK.
According to a Roper poll commissioned, approximately 2.9 million Americans currently report that they have experienced "symptoms" that experts associate with the UFO abduction phenomenon.
It is relatively difficult for people who seek to critically consider the plausibility of reported alien activity on Earth, without beginning to question a "culture of mind control", that have apparently been set up in behalf of regressive alien interests. By elevating oneself to a higher consciousness in relation to human spiritual interconnectedness, humans may be able to "unlock" and overcome a culture of mind control against human free will, and the human sensory potential of alien presence. It is that kind of awareness that Gnostics, and also indigenous communities in association with elders have sought to achieve, as elites have sought to repress and destroy such critical awareness.
Gnostics suggested that in dealing with questions concerning UFO sightings and alleged alien encounters to reject potentially self-serving elites that seek to manipulate humanity with their regressive alien allies. Gnostics insights as explored by Dr. John Lash suggests that individuals ought not to "believe in" or correspondingly "dis-believe" in reported aliens encounters. Rather, Pagan Gnostics suggest that persons who seek to elevate their consciousness as spiritually interconnected human beings, need to reject elite-inspired assumptions about human reality; come to grips with their own humanity; critically observe their social environment; and then purse wisdom from that introspective process associated with peace and with its attainment.
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