Extraterrestrial UFOs Are Nothing But An Atheist Cope
Aliens and UFOs have always been nothing more than a pathetic atheist cope.
Imagine rejecting the existence of God as absurd, while getting excited any time a distorted, unsteady, 1 megapixel video of a tic-tac in the sky appears on social media.
It’s almost as believable as the religion of human evolution.
Straight up cope. Nothing else.
Even if intelligent life exists somewhere in the (purported) depths of the universe, why (and how) would they traverse such great distances in tiny little tic-tac ships, only to randomly dart around in the sky and then disappear, while somehow managing to evade the sight of billions of people who carry high res cameras in their pockets.
Utter horse manure.
Every single report of a UFO sighting ever given has been an anecdotal, unsubstantiated story with no proof.
Videos and images are always – always – grainy, unclear and distant.
As I write this, flying objects are being shot down across North America on an almost daily basis and everyone’s talking about aliens again.
One thing is absolutely certain: they are not aliens.
What’s really going on?
The first object was a spy balloon. A Chinese spy balloon to be exact.
That’s not even contested at this point.
The most likely explanation for the other objects is that they’re the same thing, or a different type of the same thing.
It’s also plausible that state actors (including the US) are testing advanced drone technology.
We’re living on the precipice of a major, global war and there are probably incursions happening daily that most of us aren’t even aware of.
There have also been suggestions that the US government is distracting people from the very serious news that they intentionally sabotaged the Nord Stream pipeline. This incredible news has already been memory holed because people are focused on UFO idiocy.
The kingdom of the air and demonic deception
The Orthodox Church’s position on UFOs seems to be that these sightings are, in fact, demons.
Fr. Seraphim Rose dealt with the topic in his book Orthodoxy And The Religion Of The Future:
The UFO phenomenon is a sign to Orthodox Christians to walk all the more cautiously and soberly on the path to salvation, knowing that we can be tempted and seduced not merely by false religions, but even by seemingly physical objects which just catch the eye.
The miracles of antichrist will be chiefly manifested in the aerial realm, where Satan chiefly has dominion.
Fr. Spyridon Bailey picked up on this work and recently wrote a book called The UFO Deception.
While I haven’t had a chance to read his book yet, he gave a detailed interview with Paul Joseph Watson here:
I don’t disagree at all, but let’s not lose sight of the fact that anything that pulls our attention away from Christ and His truth is demonic in origin.