Jerry Derecha/Adrenogate #crackpot #conspiracy #fundie #ufo

Sylvia does an incredible job explaining the truth about what we both believe to be the true demonic and dark nature of “Aliens”. They will soon realize just how foolish their decision was and many will scramble to commit suicide only to find that their now-entrapped soul is stuck in an infinite timeloop of horrors and death is no longer a possibility for them.

I’m glad I’m not the only one who is tired of coming across people who cannot understand the fallacy behind their assumption that a technologically superior race of aliens would be inherently benevolent and would want to help us. Why is this foolish and naive baseline assumption so common? The explanation that they will provide me for this assinine assumption when I ask them to explain themselves, goes something like this:

Any race of “being” that has reached a level of what we would see as a “god-like” technological prowess, would have to be unconditionally benevolent in nature, simply because they’ve succeeded in developing into such an advanced, technocratic-like utopian culture without having destroyed themselves along the way and in the process. The way an inherently evil or flawed race inevitably would have.

I’m not sure who came up with that stupid-ass theory, but I hear it A LOT.
Stay far far far away of any “Alien” being or any “Galactic Federation” of interdimensional light-jackasses who say that they are here to “heal” humanity and hook us up, “just because“.
She combines the esoteric, spiritual and paranormal studies with archaeological and megalithic studies, which is the exact same thing I do. So obviously I’m a big fan of hers. However, she still hasn’t seemed to catch on that Emmanuel/Immanuel(Jesus Christ) is one of the avatars of the Demiurge and not the son of the true creator God. In fact, the word “god” is an artifact of the Demiurge and is an anagram for the “dog” star, Sirius B, the Draconian home planet of the architect of our false reality Matrix prison.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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