The long-awaited report from the Pentagon was released on June 25, 2021, presenting no convincing evidence of aliens, and experts say they aren’t hypersonic weapons. What are these UAPs? Here’s proof for demons.
The latest reports, evidence, and assessments by scientific experts seem to indicate that hypersonic weapons cannot explain the recent footage released by the US government of UFOs/UAPs that have now been seen worldwide. The government says there is no proof that these are of extraterrestrial origin. The question remains: If these crafts aren’t any of these – what are they? Is the government deceiving us? Some believe they are indeed a deception, but not one of human origin. They believe the deception is coming from the demonic realm.
In this article, we’ll look at the government’s assessment and those of religious scholars and others who have investigated the possibility demons are engaged in deception, which plays on the willingness for humans to believe in extraterrestrial existence by disguising themselves as aliens.
Many people expressed disappointment with the recent Pentagon report on UAPs. Among other things, according to the Intelligencer, the report offered five categories of possible explanations: Airborne clutter, natural atmospheric phenomena, US-developed technology, technology developed by foreign adversaries, and other (a catch-all for items without enough information to decide). Within these, the report also stated that the findings could “be the result of sensor errors, spoofing, or observer misperception.”
At the end of it all, the report advanced explanations no further than they were throughout history before the assessment.
A study done by Cameron Tracy of the Union of Concerned Scientists, an expert on the subject of hypersonic weapons, shoots down the notion. UAPs of flying hypersonic weapons, as well as whether they could be dipping in and out of the water, in a recent study whereby he proves that the math doesn’t add up.
In a recent article, Tim Marchman wrote an incredibly detailed and fact-filled article entitled: “Whatever UFOs Are, They Are Absolutely Not Hypersonic Weapons.” Marchman writes: “Hypersonic weapons not only do not but cannot behave in the ways the UFOs that have gripped the imaginations of the public and the Pentagon do.”
Well-known author, lecturer, and journalist of all things UFO and supernatural, Nick Redfern, wrote a book presenting evidence that aliens may indeed be demons. The book is titled: “FINAL EVENTS and the Secret Government Group on Demonic UFOs and the Afterlife.”
In the book, Redfern objectively presents evidence and experts from interviews with a secret group within the US government known as the Collins Elite.
According to the book’s blurb: “The group believes that our purported alien visitors are, in reality, deceptive demons and fallen angels. They are the minions of Satan, who are reaping and enslaving our very souls and paving the way for Armageddon and Judgment Day.”
Well-known biblical scholar Michael S. Heiser discusses the topic in a documentary on DVD entitled: Aliens and Demons. In the film, Heiser connects the dots between “UFOs, alien abductions, the world of angels and demons, and the ancient texts that speak of them.”
On Heiser’s blog, he answers numerous questions on demons. When asked if he believes aliens exist, Heiser responded this way for several answers.
“No,” Heiser replied. “Not if we’re talking about aliens the way most do (an intelligent biological life form from a planet other than earth that has to draw nutrition, reproduce, and poop, and must use technology that conforms to the laws of physics to move around the universe). I know of no credible scientific confirmation that such extraterrestrial life either has existed or does exist.”
When asked if he believed that aliens are demons, the response gets more nuanced.
“If we find out there are intelligent extraterrestrials at some point, I don’t see any reason to conclude they are demons,” Heiser says. “But this question typically has the ‘abduction’ phenomenon in view.”
“My research into what is called “alien abduction” leads me to conclude that there is a range of possible explanations,” Heiser continued. “Direct demonization of people. I think this is rare, but possible given the nature of the victim testimony, [and] the anti-Christian messaging that is associated with the experience.”
“I think the ‘are aliens demons’ question is poorly worded,” Heiser points out. “The question is ‘could what happens to people in alleged alien experiences be demonic?’ my answer is yes, but that isn’t the only option or, in my view, the most likely explanation.”
“If the question is ‘could there be entities behind what people think is alien contact, and might those entities be demonic?’ I’d again say yes,” Heiser adds. “I believe in a supernatural world that includes forces hostile to God and people, so that’s on the table for me.”
Heiser has much more to say on this topic, including the abduction of military personnel, all of which is highly worth reading at the FAQ section of his blog.