Former insider says many UFOs are demonic entitiesPDFPrintE-mail
Written by Chris Perver  
Thursday, 01 March 2012 16:29

I don't normally reprint articles from the National Canadian Newspaper or others that tend to focus on the paranormal from a New Age perspective, but I thought that this particular article was very interesting, and bears some relevance to the times we are living in. There is some truth in the New Age movement. Those involved in it are acutely aware of a spiritual dimension that most people don't even know exists. Many recognize that there are unseen powers at work in the world, exerting their influence over humanity either for better or for worse. And some even have a limited knowledge of future events as mentioned in Bible prophecy. But sadly most are deceived as to the true identity of these beings, and so remain in spiritual darkness. But there are those that have come to the knowledge of the truth, who have discovered who these beings are and what their purpose is in visiting this planet. John Todd, a former insider in the New Age movement, and brother to the former high-priestess of Ohio, gives us some insight into the UFO phenomenon. This is a transcript of the YouTube recording from the article...

Quote: “My sister, before my wife came around, used to be leader of the state of Ohio, the high-priestess there (of a coven), of the whole state. And her little past-time was calling up, supposedly, filling the sky with UFOs, and watching everybody’s excitement. And some of the most outstanding sightings were in the early 70s in Ohio. And she used to laugh about it, because she'd be standing in a circle (pentagram) out in a field somewhere calling up demons. And that's all they were, were 'angels of light' playing games in the sky. Remember, a demon, forget the little spooky picture, they are a fallen angel, an unclean spirit. They can assume any form or go into any thing, except a Christian who walks in the Spirit all the time... in other words a Christian who keeps under the blood and so on. But they can assume forms including spacemen or solid objects like flying saucers, or so on. That's why when they appear on the radar scope and a jet gets up there, they vanish right in front of the pilot's eyes. Because they're nothing but a spirit.

John Todd's sister isn't the only person who has claimed to be able to summon 'UFOs' at will. A few years ago I commented on another man, by the name of the Prophet Yahweh, who claimed that UFOs were really the angels of 'Yahweh', and that he was able to summon them at will. Of course the Yahweh he speaks of is not the God of the Bible, but Satan. Nor are these entities the angels of God, but demonic spirits. God did not give man authority over angelic beings, so you can pretty much guarantee that any person or religion that claims to have received hidden knowledge from angels is false (e.g., Todd Bentley and the angel Emma, Mohammed and the angel Gabriel, Mormon and the angel Moroni). And again, the apparent hidden knowledge of future events was associated with the beings that visited Prophet Yahweh. When asked why these entities were appearing to him, he said, ”One of the many reasons why they will do this is to show support for Presidential candidate Barack Obama. This will be done so people will know that Obama is the best choice to lead America through the troublesome times to come. YAHWEH wants people to know that if Barak Obama does not become President, America will quickly be led into a war with Russia via Iran that will result in: a cut off of oil from the Persian Gulf, a great depression, stock market crash, runaway inflation, devaluation of the dollar, food shortages, riots, famine, race wars, out breaks of disease, etc.”

As I said at the time, the 'Yahweh' this man speaks of is not the God of the Bible. In my Bible it is God Himself that brings all these things about during the last days, so that He may get the glory. It is God who puts His hooks in the jaw of Russia, to bring it against the land of Israel in the latter days (Ezekiel 38:4). In Prophet Yahweh's statement, Ezekiel's war is seen as something to be avoided, rather than something that will bring glory to God (Ezekiel 39:7). In my Bible it is God who will bring judgement upon the nations during the tribulation period (Revelation 6:15-16). There is no mention of judgement for sin in the Prophet Yahweh's remarks, only a vague reference to a 'troublesome time to come'. Maybe Prophet Yahweh's friends do not want him to know the real reason why this world is heading for a 'troublesome time'. In my Bible, God is not dependent upon a certain man, and an ungodly one at that, leading a nation in a time of trial. Or even on the result of an election. The God of the Bible puts whoever He wants into office (Daniel 4:17). And if the right man isn't available, He has one born to do the job (Isaiah 44:28). As you can see, Prophet Yahweh's god is not the God of the Bible, it is none other than Satan himself, the deceiver who masquerades as an “angel of light” (2nd Corinthians 11:14).

As the fulfilment of end time Biblical prophecies draw near, we can only expect to see more deceptions of this kind. When the disciples enquired of the Lord Jesus Christ what would be the sign of His coming and of the end of the age, His first words to them were, “Take heed that ye be not deceived”, Luke 21:8. The Lord said that in the last days there would arise false messiahs and false prophets who would show “great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect”, Matthew 24:24. Such shall be the strength of the deception. Friend, if you are not part of the elect, if you do not belong to Christ, they you too will be deceived. But it doesn't have to be that way. You can know the Truth. Jesus Christ said, “I am the way, the truth and the life”, John 14:3. He said of those who trust in Him, “ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free”, John 8:32. Would you like to know the Truth? Would you like to be free from the bondage of sin and Satan? Trust in the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation today.

Source The Canadian National Newspaper