Everyone has read sci-fi novels about possible life on space objects. In addition, popularizers of science and various conspiracy theorists talk a lot about aliens from other planets.
This subject has been developing since the Renaissance and has become an integral part of modern culture, sometimes even reaching the level of big politics – see Reagan’s famous speech at the UN: «In our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps we need some outside, universal threat to make us recognize this common bond. I occasionally think, how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. And yet, I ask is not an alien force ALREADY among us? What could be more alien to the universal aspirations of our peoples than war and the threat of war?»
Propaganda has actively injected into people’s consciousness that aliens exist and will even come into contact with humans.
Until long ago, at almost all points, the problem of extraterrestrial life and its encounter with humanity, was presented as a philosophical and scientific-technical problem.
Now, however, in recent decades, the problem of extraterrestrials is beginning to take on religious overtones. Former U.S. President Obama recently said of a possible alien invasion, “But no doubt there would be immediate arguments about like, well, we need to spend a lot more money on weapons systems to defend ourselves. New religions would pop up”. Obama has added a religious context. What has religion got to do with it?
The topic of aliens originated in the religious milieu in the writings of Renaissance warlocks and Kabbalists such as Kuzansky or Bruno. However, at that time it had a rather abstract form.
In the twentieth century, Christianity began to react to the theme of UFOs and aliens. There was a split. Some Christians, primarily the Vatican, began to acknowledge the existence of aliens and even planned to baptize them.
Other Christians maintain that, at the very least, intelligent extraterrestrial life does not exist, and that those paranormal phenomena and UFOs are nothing but the tricks of the devil.
The main argument of the adherents of aliens is that God in creation cannot be limited to earth and can theoretically create an infinite number of worlds with an infinite number of intelligent, personality inhabitants. So the existence of aliens is quite possible.
But there is no mention of aliens in the Bible. Well, if the Bible does not say so, then science can say so. Besides, the Bible is written about people and their salvation, not about aliens.
In these claims of the papists and some Protestant denominations, there are blatant satanic lies behind superficially correct statements.
The Bible is written as a historical book about the relationship of personalities. Thus the Bible says that there are personalities of God, personalities of men (and Nephilim), personalities of angels (and demons). Other Abrahamic religions also tell of various spirits, demons or hybrid (similar to the Nephilim) beings.
The Bible describes the relationship between these or other personalities and between different groups of personalities: e.g. God and man, people and angels, man and Satan, etc. However, all these beings belong to the divine universe described in the Bible.
God and angels reside in Heaven, humans on earth, demons in the underworld/sea abyss, evil spirits in the air, between earth and Heaven, etc.
Bible is written for man, then man knows from the Bible which personalities he may encounter and how to deal with them.
Indeed, God is not limited to this world and may or may not create an infinite number of worlds. And since the Bible does not say this, either God has limited himself (God can limit Himself) by creating only our world, or God has created other worlds, but their possible personality inhabitants will never encounter man and we do not need to know about it.
But if God had created some other personalities, including aliens, who could come into contact with man, He would have revealed it in the Bible and we would not have to rack our brains to find answers to the questions what to do with the aliens and how to contact with them.
Therefore, from the biblical point of view, the aliens either do not exist or they exist but they will never contact with the man. – The human being will never get in contact with them.
What is presented to us today and will be presented to us in the future as “aliens” are either falsehoods and a simulacrum of the Matrix or demonic tricks. And since the devil’s servants constantly put the subject of “aliens” into people’s minds through the media and pop-culture (as they used to do with “international terrorism”, “the virus threat”, “the climate crisis”, “artificial intelligence”, etc.), we should be ready to correctly identify this show of Satan and give it a Biblical interpretation. Remember that the False Prophet in the Last Times will seduce people with false celestial signs.