Spaceships over Jerusalem
February 1, 2011 § 4 Comments
“To my mathematical brain, the numbers alone make thinking about aliens perfectly rational.” ~ Stephen Hawking
Although NASA’s recent discovery of a new kind of life (a bacteria that survives in conditions previously thought uninhabitable) was somewhat less “alien-life-y” than the rumors prefacing the announcement, talk of UFOs has been in the news lately, to an almost eerie degree, starting with Stephen Hawking’s recent announcement that we should not go looking for (or trying to contact) alien races, because:
“We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet. I imagine they might exist in massive ships, having used up all the resources from their home planet. Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonise whatever planets they can reach. If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans.”
Then, this January 28th , some remarkable footage emerged — extremely convincing, if you ask me, and yet to be debunked — videotaped by four separate witnesses.
The footage captures a light hovering oddly for some minutes over Jerusalem’s sacred Mount Zion & The Dome of the Rock, then quickly descending in a vertical drop, disappearing from sight & exiting in a shock of light. (In watching the video, the action starts after the first 55 seconds, so watch it for at least a minute plus, it’s worth it, I promise; very odd.)
According to Revelation, Mount Zion is where, at the end of time, the Second Coming of Jesus begins —and where the Kingdom of Heaven is supposed to be established as “The New Jerusalem” comes down out of the heavens onto the earth.
The Dome of the Rock is an ancient Islamic shrine, the significance of which stems from The Foundation Stone within its walls.
Also known as the “Pierced Stone,” this ancient enshrined rock has a small hole on the Southeastern corner that enters a cavern beneath the rock, known as the Well of Souls.
It is believed by some to have been the location of the Holy of Holies in the Temple, and is the holiest site in Judaism. Jewish tradition views it as the spiritual centerpoint of heaven and earth, and Jews, currently and historically, traditionally face the stone while praying.
Islamic tradition holds that Muhammad ascended heavenward from the Foundation Stone, and Jewish legends has it that the Ark of the Covenant is being stored there.
A veritable feast of conspiracy material! Substantive of theories connecting yesterday’s religious gods with today’s UFO sightings.
The place is charged & significant for the world’s most dominant religions. Quite a fancy place to make a show. And the question arises, since the place is so steeped in spiritual/paranormal legend: is it the first time?
“…As for the likeness of the living creatures, their appearance was like burning coals of fire, and like the appearance of lamps: it went up and down among the living creatures; and the fire was bright, and out of the fire went forth lightning.” Ezekiel 1:4 – 1:24
In a weird twist, Chinese National television Xinhua reported on January 4th 2011 that the Obama administration may be preparing to disclose government contact with extraterrestrials, on the eve of China President Hu Jintao’s state visit to the United States.
Online sources speculate that a cold war may be developing between leading nations in regards to who will disclose alien contact first, detailing that, while no leader wants to admit ET knowledge, they also may not want another nation to beat them to the punch.
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I recently did some reading on the city of Jersualem. I find it so very strange that the same location is of such great importance to three major religions! And the Dome of the Rock… what’s up with that? The history of it, how it got wrested away from one group after another… how can they all want the same spot for different faiths, if their beliefs are so different? Wouldn’t someone at some point say, hey, maybe if we reevaluate, we’ll find we want the same thing? At the location of Herod’s palace is a museum – the Rothschild Museum. Have you read anything on the Rothschilds? (Red Shield)
When I used to go to church, they would warn us that when the rapture happened, worldly powers would try to convince people it was alien activity. I also think that worldly powers do a lot of space crafting, in vehicles far more sophisticated than we thought possible and as it gets more difficult to hide, they will come up with various explanations. Things like this are happening all over the world. And “they” have tried to prep the masses for it through tons of science “fiction” suspense/thriller movies and books.
Stephen Hawking quote is great. I never thought of that.
I find myself wondering what percentage of all this activity is “good” and what percentage is “bad.” There are so many non-3D presences, aiding us, and so many intent on destruction. Surely some of the good guys have spaceships too? The Rothschilds, Rockefellers, etc. hold all these ancient historical treasures and knowledge from which we get clues to the mysteries… why do they even make it available to us? Is the line much blurrier than we thought, between good and evil?
Thanks for your comment, Alisha.
It does seem too strange for coincidence—all that attention & spiritual heritage in one place.
I found it odd as well reading how many seemingly at-war faiths combined in their belief that this was a holy place. You’d think it would be a uniting factor.
Very interesting to hear that there is a Rothchild building there as well.
But of course!!
The plot thickens & truth, as ever, is stranger than any fiction we could spin.