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The religious virgin birth could be in actuality an alien intervention, and the son of God is in fact son of an extraterrestrial and an alien hybrid. It is hypothesized that when angels visited Mary in what she perceived as a dream, the dream was a visit by aliens. The aliens artificially inseminated her with genetically engineered or alien sperm. This alien was the “Angel-Gabriel” a member of the alien race. Jesus was alleged to have had superhuman abilities. Mary gave birth to Jesus while she was still a virgin, and therefore Jesus was one of the first alien-human hybrids. The Raelian Movement supports this outlook.

Through history it was often claimed that important people had miraculous births. For example, Plato was said to have been born by the union of the god Apollo with his mother. Alexander the Great was said to have been conceived when a thunderbolt fell from heaven and made his mother Olympias pregnant before her marriage to Philip of Macedon. While in the book of Genesis it was told that the sons of gods had intercourse with women to produce heroes.

The gods and heroes of the Mystery religions were all born of virgins. In the first century, this belief was prevalent. Because the Mystery religions are much older than Christianity, it seems that these ideas were creeping into the Nazarene Community concerning Jesus. That is, he was the product of a union between a mortal and a God, with the God being an extraterrestrial, or referred to as an ET.
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When the resurrected Jesus reappeared to his faithful disciplines, he seemed to have undergone a ghostlike transformation. It is said he bi-located, allowed himself to be seen in several places at once simultaneously.

Two books, Apocryphon Jacobi and Epistle of the Apostles, suppressed by the Church for centuries gives an insightful account of the accession into the heavens. The Christian Bible gives very limited detail into the accession.

It occurred at the ridge, east of Jerusalem, known as the Mount of Olives. The resurrected Jesus was talking to his followers when a clap of thunder and lighting interrupted him. The roll of thunder rumbled the entire mountain, and a chariot, descended through the clouds. This chariot was known as a Merkaba, a celestial vehicle of angels. The texts describe how Jesus entered the Merkaba, was welcomed by the angels who were dressed in “white apparel.” And the apostles watched in wonderment as Jesus rose higher and higher into the heavens until he and the angels in the Merkaba were lost to sight. Could this have been his return to the mothership and to the father of his lineage?

We are in the year of 2012, a year of great anticipation and expectation. It is the end of the Mayan calendar on the winter solstice of December 21, 2012. I offer this possible explanation of the outcome to follow based on the birth of Jesus Christ, the son of an extraterrestrial and an earthly woman, gods Quetzalcoatl of the Mesoamericas, and the culmination of the end of the Mayan calendar and the birth of a new world, all intertwined with the science of ufology. In this segment of the research, I have examined and presented the son of ET and the relevance to the current holiday season.

“As with all gods, there is a promise to return one day, the truth being, no gods return, we
return to light. Some Mormon scholars believe that Quetzalcoatl, as a white bearded God who came from the sky and promised to return, was actually Jesus Christ, proposed son of ET. According to the Book of Mormon, Jesus visited the American natives after his resurrection.”

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