The UFO/Matrix “Gods”
Copyright 2013, InterAmerica, Inc.
Let me be clear, or try to be….
There is a phenomenon that has a reality; it is known as the UFO phenomenon.
What the essence of that phenomenon is remains a question for this interested in the esoteric topic.
For me, and a few others who visit here, the phenomenon is, in part – in part! – derived from neurological and/or psychological mischief – mental maladies. [My inclination]
For others the UFO phenomenon represents visitations or intrusions by extraterrestrial beings or cultures, maybe even humans from our future (or past).
For some, UFOs just do not exist; they are a figment of society, brought about by confabulation, fraud, or media mischief, even government disinformation.
Then there are those who believe UFO accounts are the diary entries of persons who have been selected to receive input from an external force or entity who wishes to enhance human-kind by providing, seemingly insane scenarios, from which humans can derive evolutionary intelligence to advance humanity, to bring humans to a better life and understanding of reality, the real reality.
This external presence, called upon by Vallee, Jose Caravaca, Kimball, and others, is not unlike God; yes the theological or religiously oriented God that many, even those cited here, are loath to believe in.
This external force – God – (or the Trickster for those inclined to use a concept that irks) is palpable, an understandable (if one really tries) and omnipresent element in UFO lore.
But God – The [real] God – is ineffable – a thing beyond knowing, as philosophers and even theologians have it.
Why would the True God be mucking about with petty beings who have no qualitative import in the great scheme of things?
Even if one were to ascribe the interacting UFO force or entities to an aspect of God, like the Holy Ghost, how does that make sense to Cabalists or the 13th Century Scholastics and a raft of philosophers before and after the 1200s?
When we UFO buffs get into a mysterious presence at the heart of the UFO phenomenon, we are entering a theological-like mind-set, and I don’t think UFOs are worthy of such.
UFOs are a manifestation of an odd, as yet unknowable series of things-seen or interacted with, a phenomenon for the quirky.
That anyone thinks they are the result of a push by and external force or forces, making us co-creators with it or them, to enhance mankind with some obscure, irrational machinations, is a bit much, for me.
I’ll stick with the God of Old, as dead as He/It may be.
That makes as much sense or more to my mind than a playful, giddy entity having fun with ignorant humans, out for a night stroll or a ride home from vacation.