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Written by Chris Perver  
Sunday, 27 July 2008 14:28

Dr Edgar Mitchell, former US astronaut and the sixth man to walk on the moon, has claimed that aliens do exist and that planet Earth is being visited by extra-terrestrial beings. He made the comments during an interview for Kerrang radio in the United Kingdom. Mitchell said that the Roswell incident, in which alien life forms were supposed to have been recovered from a downed spacecraft, was a real event, and was being covered up by the US government. He also claimed that the actual physiological appearance of these aliens are similar to those of the classic "little green men" usually portrayed in the films. He said that the aliens had technology that was much more advanced than our own, and that if the aliens had been hostile, the human race would have been gone long ago. His claims follow an increasing public awareness of the UFO phenomenon following the recent disclosure of information held by the British government. NASA released an official statement saying that the organization does not track UFOs and that there is no conspiracy to withhold such information from the public.

Quote: "Dr Mitchell said his position as an astronaut meant many high ranking intelligence and military personal had felt comfortable telling him their stories and "getting it off their chests" before they died. "(They) selected me and said, independently – this wasn't a group effort – independently that maybe I might be a safe person to tell their story to," he said. "And all of them confirmed, and what I'm saying is they confirmed the Roswell incident was a real incident and they in some way had some part in it that they wanted to talk about. "The crash of an alien spacecraft in the Roswell area was a real event and much of the lore, I can't say all of the lore, but much of the fact that dead bodies were recovered and live ones were recovered, that they were not of this world, was the story.”

Mitchell's background of having been involved in the US space programme would, on the surface, appear to add some weight to his beliefs. But it's Mitchell's involvement in the paranormal and the occult which seem to lie at the heart of this latest development. In his book, entitled, The Way of the Explorer, Mitchell recounts how he was involved in a private extra-sensory perception (telepathy) experiment during his return flight to earth from the moon.

Quote: "Mitchell tells how, while returning to earth, he carried out a private ESP experiment that seemed to yield positive results. Subsequently, he founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences, in order to test paranormal phenomena scientifically. We hear of Uri Geller's ability to bend spoons at a distance and of how Mitchell's own mother had her eyesight restored by American psychic Norbu Chen--until she realized that Chen was not a Christian and her near-blindness returned.

Adam DreamhealerMitchell himself also claims to have been cured of kidney cancer through a faith healer by the name of Adam Dreamhealer. Adam claims to be able to heal people from a distance through thought alone. The logo on Adam's website is extremely interesting, sporting the occult symbols of the Egyptian Eye of Ra and the Pyramid. Adam espouses New Age beliefs similar to those found in Buddhism and other eastern religions. Mitchell has also authored another book on the paranormal, entitled, Psychic Exploration: A Challenge for Science. The front cover states...

Quote: "A monumental investigative work on psychic phenomena in America today -- more than 25 chapters on every area of psychic research, written by notable scientists especially for this book under the aegis of Edgar Mitchell, distinguished astronaut and moonwalker. From a history of parapsychology to up-to-date disclosures in telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and psychokinesis, to discourses on plant communication and out-of-body travel (astral projection), here is the paranormal world in all its aspects, enhanced by photographs, charts, and drawings which combine with lucid text to make this volume comprehensible to all readers."

As you can see, wherever there is an acceptance of UFOs and extra-terrestrial intelligence, you will also find a close correlation to the occult and the New Age movement. It's all tied together because it all comes from the same source. That is why as Christians we need to be so careful when it comes to things like the Florida Outpouring. Spiritualist healing is real and has been practiced by eastern religions for thousands of years, and it can be practiced by people of any or no faith. When New Age and eastern philosophies start creeping into the Church, such as angels (spirit guides), healings, tongues, holy laughter, convulsions, slaying and drunkenness in the spirit (shaktipat and kundalini), we ought to be asking ourselves again and again, is this of God or is this of another spirit? And if it is not mentioned in the Bible, then we ought to start looking elsewhere to find out where this is coming from. Sad to say that many people, including members of my own family, are not discerning enough to do that. The Bible prophesied that in the last days, many Christians would give heed to seducing spirits and doctrines of demons (1st Timothy 4:1). I believe we are now living in those days. Satan's master plan is coming together. I believe that Satan wants the nations of the world move towards 'full disclosure' on the UFO phenomenon in order to prepare the world for the event of the rapture of the Church. The counterfeit church is being set up to take its place. If Jesus Christ came for His Church tonight, would you go with Him? Or would you be left behind to face the wrath of Almighty God? The Truth IS out there, and He is coming back soon. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation today.

John 14:6
Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

John 8:32
And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.

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