Are there highly evolved extra terrestrial beings in the universe? Did they visit earth in the distant past? Did they actually seed life here on the 3rd rock from the sun billions of years ago? Are they watching over us with the purpose of someday returning to rescue us from ourselves?
These questions and more are prevalent in today’s culture. There are ancient cultural discoveries and fossils that are very difficult for the materialist framework to answer, so instead of turning to the Bible for God’s revelation of history, people would rather believe that aliens are the god-like entities of creation/salvation.
About 10 years ago, I bought the audio book, Alien Intrusion. It is one of my all-time favorite books, and I can’t wait to see the movie this week in the theater. I encourage anyone who has had questions about aliens, ancient cultural technology, or any of the questions above to go see this movie.
Alien Intrusion was first published as a book in 2006 and became an Amazon Top-50 best-seller. The book, written by Gary Bates, was in response to the UFO phenomenon and the people who claim to have been abducted by aliens. A great resource for anyone questioning these strange and fantastic stories, the book was updated in 2010, and is now coming to the big screen as a documentary.
Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception, is set to be released on Thursday, January 11 in select theaters, and is 2 hours, 10 minutes in length. It’s narrated by John Schneider (Dukes of Hazzard), and he hopes this movie will encourage viewers to think differently about this subject and consider other possibilities. The film crew has traveled the world to interview both experts and those who claim to have had some kind of ‘experience’ with UFO’s or aliens.
As an avid sci-fi fan…
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So does this documentary and book conclude there are aliens? Or some other spiritual forces?
The book concludes that there are indeed aliens, but they are spiritual forces not evolved material beings from other planets.
I saw a comment online somewhere the other day that went something like this, “People doubt the HD video of the moon landing as a conspiracy theory, but they believe grainy/shady videos of UFOs as real.”