The other night, when I first wandered into the political mind trap of the Syrian crisis and offered my childhood dispensationalist fears about what was happening, I took a call from Bill in Connecticut. Bill reminds us constantly of his atheism and yet can indulge in some strange, cosmic rationale for the idea of ancient aliens being responsible for the thousands of years of war-like behaviors in the Middle East.
I was and am still intrigued by his call because – as crazy as he sounded – I knew in my conscience that perhaps he was on to something and that the possibility of ancient alien races still warring today is compelling because of recent news stories that have been thrust to the back of the line bust deserves some discussion.
We see more and more people around us who have some cosmic rationale for accepting, as the simple nature of the world, the constant grinding of bones and ripping of flesh for some nebulous crusade those results in destruction.
In times of war, the biggest past time is deception. The biggest deception of all is that all of our bias hatred and intolerance is blessed by some unseen God. That God’s word has been given and that we no longer have to fight off any viral cancerous thought form because we are protected at all times.
Perception is that the biggest lie is that God is always in control when there are controlling mechanisms that are not of the light but of the darkest realms and many people feel they have no control of fending off such a large scale attack from a demonic army.
Good and evil have now blurred together and those shades of gray continue to baffle even those who claim to know the mysteries of God or to understand the Devil.
The mysteries remain mysteries.
Looking into ancient history especially the prophecies of the Old Testament in the bible, it is recorded that Daniel described a future time where there would be a corrupt government that would espouse barbarism and declare it blessed by divine providence. It is to be a worldwide government that has at its helm a prince that pays homage to the god of fortresses.
Christians call him the Antichrist and Muslims call him Dajjal.
Besides the already established connection with Baal, or his full name in this case, Baalhazor, “Lord of the Fortresses”, there is a curious parallel between this Ala Mahozim and the god Melkart, worshiped in the island kingdom of Tyre. This god was supposedly brought to the island by Astarte after he had fallen from the heavens. His name means, “King of the Fortresses”.
When the god of fortresses is mentioned, there are many interpretations but the prevailing interpretation is that the fortress is the fortress for war and the warrior gods are the Ala Mahozim. They are the gods that come from the sky and anciently were believed to have lived on Mars.
When one refers to the Ala Mahozim or the god of fortresses, they may also be referring to human warriors or warlike leaders that declare themselves gods. They all seem to have the same characteristics. Many of them have connections to Mars, Egypt, Sumer Sirius and the constellations Canis and Ursa Major.
In 1920 a film was released in Germany called ALGOL: Tragedy of Power. The plot dealt with an evil alien creature named ALGOL. ALGOL was a visitor from the demon star of the same name. He appears to a poor miner and gives him superior technology.
The society allegedly taught trance like exercises similar to remote viewing. These exercises were designed to awaken the forces of Vril, and their main goal was to achieve Raumflug (Spaceflight) to reach Aldebaran. To achieve this, the Vril Society joined the Thule Gesellschaft and a cult called ‘Men of the Black Sun’ to fund an ambitious program involving the construction of a flight machine based on technology that as delivered to them by aliens in the Black Forest.
There has always been that speculation that is spoken of in hushed tones that mankind had a heritage with Mars. This is remarkable when you consider that Adam, according to the Talmud, was initially created as a golem when his dust was “kneaded into a shapeless husk” with red dirt from parts unknown.
In 2008, “Stephen Hawking called for a massive investment in establishing colonies on the Moon and Mars in a lecture in honour of NASA’s 50th anniversary. He argued that the world should devote about 10 times as much as NASA’s current budget – or 0.25% of the world’s financial resources – to space.”
He believed that if we are facing an extinction level catastrophe then our plan should be an exodus to the Moon or Mars.
When we look at the sky, many of us have the mounting sense of foreboding. We know what may be coming and wonder if our fate will be going back to where we began.
If Mars continues to give up its secrets in the coming years, there will be no doubt that if we do not report the findings with great care then “the bringer of war” will live up to its reputation. The slightest indication of a proposed changing of attitudes in religious thought could cause the inhabitants of the earth to rise up and become warlike.
Cosmic blasphemy can trigger outrage in those that believe that there cannot be a different look at biblical history and ancient astronomy.
Two thousand years of conditioning by religious clerics will definitely yield the theory that the antichrist is using Mars as a way to prove the existence of alien “Gods.” This could lead to a psychological upheaval and possible war that has been in the realms of prophecy for millennia.