Nature of the Alien:
ETs, Demons or a Government Plot?
Part 18
Copyright 1994 - 2018 Bill's Bible Basics

Authored By  :
Bill Kochman

Published On :
April 30, 1997

Last Updated :
January 19, 2018

UFO Sightings Is A Global Phenomenon, Hungarian Minister Of Defense George Keleti On UFOs, Confusion Regarding Nature Of UFOs, Lack Of Physical Evidence Forces Us To Consider Other Possibilities, Dangers And Unreliability Of Hypnotic Sessions, UFOs Aren't Necessarily Unidentified Flying Objects, Matter Of Perspective Knowledge And Background, Misidentifications Can Lead To UFO Hype, Internet Is Largely Responsible For UFO Hype, What Is True Scope Of Alien-UFO Phenomenon?, Potential Dangers Of Desiring UFO Experiences, Tricked Into An Alliance With Demonic Forces, Alien Conspiracies On The World Wide Web Discerning The Truth Regarding UFOs Amongst The Confusion, Big Government's Corrupt Inner Core, Attack Against Our Faith Threat Of Alien Invasion Long Recognized By U.S. Government, Quotes From Gen. MacArthur, Werner von Braun, Ronald Reagan And Professor John Dewey, A Time Of War But No "World State", Will The New World Order Emerge From Fictitious Alien Threat? President Jimmy Carter's UFO Story And Promise To Reveal All

It should be apparent to you by now, that similar to what has happened in North America for many years, UFO sightings and encounters have been occurring all over Europe and Russia for quite a few decades. From Great Britain, to France, to Spain, to Belgium, to Germany, to Sweden, and to Russia, unusual UFO incidents, which have all involved spacecraft which are far superior to anything currently known to man, have occurred on the ground, as well as in the air. In eastern Europe, another interesting UFO comment originates in Hungary. On August 18, 1994, the Budapest daily, "Nepszava", published a story by a journalist named Attila Lenart. Entitled "Ask a Question to the Minister of Defense: George Keleti, Are You Afraid of a UFO Invasion?", the article included a quote from Hungary's Minister of Defense at the time, Gyorgy Keleti, in which he seems to chide the mass media for doubting the existence of UFOs:

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"Around Szolnok many UFO reports have been received from the Ministry of Defense, which obviously and logically means that they know very well where they have to land and what they have to do. It is remarkable indeed that the Hungarian newspapers, in general newspapers everywhere, reject the reports of the authorities."

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As I pointed out in part seventeen, partially as a result of the American Government resorting to pressure tactics, many people are totally confused concerning the nature of UFOs. Ask the average person on the street what he or she thinks about UFOs, and you will undoubtedly receive a wide range of responses. Some people will obviously look at you strangely and voice skepticism, while others will confidently suggest government-related Black Projects, or misidentified aircrafts or objects of human origin, or possibly unexplained natural phenomena, or outright lies and over-exaggerations, and in some cases, actual extraterrestrial spacecrafts; and each person will be convinced of what they believe. So if there is indeed a government-controlled smoke screen, as I said, it has been quite effective.

The bottom line, is that unless we have had an experience or UFO encounter ourselves, and can produce verifiable evidence -- by this, I mean something more substantial than simply a tape made during a hypnosis session, blurred photographs or similar evidence -- we must be willing to admit that we really don't know what UFOs are. Lacking any hard, valid evidence to substantiate our claims, everything that we say or suggest remains in the realm of theory and speculation, and nothing more. As I am sure you realize, even this series is just my personal attempt to offer possible answers to the alien-UFO issue. Being as I am a Christian, I am of course inclined to lean towards a more spiritual explanation. However, I cannot thoroughly validate my position; because other than my own faith, and my personal understanding of God's Word, I have no physical proof to substantiate it. Because of this fact, I am forced to recognize that I cannot totally disregard some of the other possible explanations that I have offered in this series.

At this point, I would like to interject a comment regarding the practice of hypnosis, which is sometimes used to extract UFO experiences from the memories of individuals. As I have pointed out to my readers before, I view hypnosis as a rather dangerous practice. In order to be properly hypnotized, an individual must be willing to, in essence, submit themselves, and thus their spirit, to another person. I am convinced that allowing this to occur can possibly lead to some potentially life-threatening results. Why? Because just as with different methods of meditation, when we no longer have full possession of our faculties or bodies, we are opening up ourselves to the possibility of spiritual attack; maybe even oppression or possession. When a person is under hypnosis, who knows what kind of spirits might try to slip into their minds or bodies.

Putting aside the spiritual dangers of hypnosis, I simply do not believe that information retrieved under such conditions is reliable. It can be tampered with, manipulated, distorted or even be invented by the hypnotist, and then subconsciously implanted into the person's mind through suggestion, so that upon being wakened, the person really believes that certain events occurred in their life, even if they really didn't. Jacques F. Vallée holds to the same view. In the "50 GCAT" interview that we discussed earlier, Doctor Vallée states:

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"I've been telling people, don't let anyone hypnotize you if you've seen a strange light in the sky. I think a lot of those people prominent in the press and in the National Enquirer and in the talk shows and so on are creating abductees under hypnosis. They are hypnotizing everybody who's ever had a strange experience and telling them they are abductees by suggestion. And they are doing that in good faith. They don't realize what they are doing. But to my way of thinking, that's unethical."

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There is another related point which I wish to mention. For some time now, I have been concerned about the relationship between the Internet, and the belief in aliens and UFOs. As I explained at the beginning of this series, in my personal life, I have never had any kind of experience which, in my view, could even remotely suggest that I have seen an alien or a UFO. Allow me to clarify that when I say "UFO", I don't mean simply any "Unidentified Flying Object", but rather an object which I can positively identify as being a craft of non-human origin, which came from another world.

This point is rather important; because some people may tell you that they have seen a UFO, for a variety of reasons that we have already discussed before. However, when pressed for the specifics of their so-called sighting, we discover that while they may have truly seen something unusual, they don't know for certain what it was. So while it may have been a "UFO" in the true sense of the word, meaning that they just weren't able to identify it, there is no proof that it was an actual alien craft from the stars. We would also be wise to remember that what may be unidentifiable to one person, may very well be identifiable to another, such as someone involved with a branch of the military, for example.

Personally, I'm unable to tell the difference between one jet or plane and another. In similar fashion, I'm also blissfully ignorant concerning all of the different makes and models of cars that are available on the market today. But on the other hand, an individual who has an interest in such things, might be able to identify every single car which passes them on the street, and even tell you specifics about them. So do you see my point? Just because I personally can't identify something, does not mean that it is truly unidentifiable; and calling an object a UFO is really a subjective issue which is directly affected by our personal knowledge and background. Following this line of thought, it is easier to understand how a lot of alleged UFO sightings -- by this, I mean alien spacecraft -- may not really be UFOs at all, but simply normal objects or phenomenon, which have been misidentified.

The problem with this issue of misidentification, is that it erroneously augments the alien-UFO hype, and in fact blows it out of proportion. Aside from the mass media -- movies, books, magazines, television shows, etc. -- I strongly suspect that the Internet is responsible for doing the exact same thing; in fact, perhaps even more so. I honestly don't know how many sites currently exist which maintain their focus on the alien and UFO phenomenon. Out of curiosity, I conducted a "Google" search using the terms "aliens" and "UFO" together. Believe it or not, I received an astounding 8,420,000 results. That is a lot of pages dedicated to this topic. I can't begin to imagine how long it would take to explore each and every one of them.

My point is, if you do begin to read the information found on many of these sites, don't be surprised if before long, you find yourself forming the impression that not only are aliens and UFOs real, but countless people have seen them, or heard them, or possibly channeled them, or experienced them in some other way; or if they haven't, then maybe they know somebody personally who has. In other words, the World Wide Web tends to give the distorted impression that just about everyone has had some kind of alien-UFO related experience. Personally, I find this distortion of the truth rather suspect, as well as alarming, and I truly wonder what the real statistics are concerning alien-UFO experiences.

Allow me to clarify, that what I am questioning here, is not whether or not people have seen unusual things which they are not able to identify, but rather how many people have seen or experienced things which can truly, and reasonably, only be attributed to a real extraterrestrial presence on the Earth. That is the real question. Exactly how widespread is the UFO phenomenon? What actual percentage of the world's population has had bona fide alien encounters? Is it really as large as the Internet and other forms of mass media project it to be? I think not. As I stated at the beginning of this series, I suspect that vanity, fame, profit, and other motivations, have simply inflated the UFO phenomenon beyond reality.

Unlike a few decades ago, when it wasn't quite as acceptable to mention the fact that one had seen a UFO, today, it seems like being a part of the alien-UFO scene is "cool" and the in thing to do. Such a barrage of alien-UFO related information found on the Internet may make some people wonder why they've never seen a UFO, or had an alien encounter. Like Fox Mulder of "The X-Files" program, they may be saying to themselves "I want to believe", and it may possibly augment their desire to have such an experience. If this should happen to you, again I must urge caution. The thought of having such an encounter may seem wonderful to you now, but if I am correct concerning my suspicions regarding the true nature of these so-called "alien" beings, that is, that some of them may possibly be demonic entities, you may be opening your life to something which you will later regret. Demonic oppression, possession, or sexual violation is not something which I would want to invite into my life.

While I personally doubt a lot of the alien-UFO stories that are found on the Internet, it does cause one to wonder if the U.S. Government, and other governments of the world for that matter, may be in cahoots with these beings in some way. As we saw earlier, people such as Hermann Oberth and Bob Lazar, openly admitted that they believe that this is the case. If we accept their statements as being factual and true, please consider the terrible dangers which could exist by forming such an alliance; that is, if we assume that these beings have evil intentions.

We know from the Bible that Jesus withstood the temptation of Satan when that demon offered Him all of the kingdoms of the world in Matthew chapter four. But is it possible that some world leaders, even those who head modern governments, may have swallowed Satan's bait, and accepted his offer? What if some heads of state, and their inner circles, were deceived into thinking that they were dealing with an extraterrestrial intelligence, only to discover too late that these beings are not such benign creatures after all, but are in fact denizens of the dark, and the very minions of Satan?

Taking this thought even a step further, what if the leaders of the world not only discovered that these supposed "aliens" are actually demons from the bowels of hell, but also that humanity is absolutely powerless to stop them? Is it possible that these leaders would be too afraid to tell us that we are up against something so powerful and so evil, that soon we'll have no choice but to do its bidding? Under such conditions, and particularly because they are to blame, would it be in their best interest to reveal these terrible truths to us? Would they do it? Probably not.

In actuality, Bob Lazar's account of secret military hangars and reverse-engineering UFOs is rather tame compared to some of the other UFO material that I have read over the years. As you have undoubtedly realized by now, there are quite a few creative writers on the Internet who delve into a variety of alien-human conspiracies, including secret underground bases which are supposedly shared by humans and aliens, humans who have been double-crossed by aliens, interrogations of EBE's, or aliens, by the U.S. Government, bizarre experiments being conducted on humans by aliens, and the aforementioned alien hybridization program whereby human women are impregnated by aliens.

In fact, as we discussed earlier, some of the plot lines you see in modern movies and television programs, which revolve around alien invasions and similar themes, were inspired by or borrowed from material which has been found on the Web for several decades now. Television and movie producers have simply found their "cash cow" and harnessed it for their own profit, and they have been highly successful.

The problem with all of this, is that it makes it even more difficult for us to discern exactly what is the truth. As I have pointed out several times now, one of Satan's tactics is to intentionally confuse us by offering us all kinds of lies, deceptions and "alternative truths", so that the real truth becomes lost amongst all the rest; and that is why today, so many people are confused when it comes to the topic of UFOs and aliens. Only the discerning mind, through prayer, careful analysis, and a serious study of God's Word, can hope to ever be able to separate the truth from the Devil's confusion; and even then, it still isn't easy.

As we discussed earlier in this series, one possible reason why some governments may be suppressing the truth regarding the alien and UFO phenomenon, is because such a strategy is consistent with their present agenda to destroy faith in God. Now, please don't misunderstand me. I am not saying that all government employees and politicians are godless and evil. I don't doubt that many of them are in fact God-fearing people, who are sincerely doing their best to honestly serve their constituents, by creating and promoting bills and policies which will improve the quality of life for all concerned.

However, I also believe that there is a corrupt, inner core, perhaps a government within the government, which wields the real power, which is clearly bent on destroying our faith and our Christian moral backbone. This is clearly evident in the public education system where our Christian beliefs have all but been banned from the school curriculum, while the theory of evolution goes unchallenged and reigns supreme, as if it's a fact of life. We can also witness a strong bias against our Christian faith in the promotion of abortion, as well as in the support of the gay and lesbian agenda, and also through some immoral scientific practices, such as embryonic stem cell research. Hopefully, the latter issue will be morally resolved in coming years, due to the recent discovery that versatile stem cells can also be created from skin cells.

So as I shared earlier, by isolating humanity, by destroying the hope that there may be other life in the Universe, and by convincing people that we are just the product of a godless evolutionary process, our hope, and our faith, is transferred from God, to Big Government, and we become conditioned to see Big Government as our provider, protector, educator, etc. But what if there is more to it than this? As we've already seen, the government may be playing both ends of the field at the same time when it comes to the issue of aliens and UFOs. In other words, on one hand it appears that the US Government is doing all that it can to minimize the belief in the alien and UFO phenomenon, while at the same time, there is undoubtedly a clear agenda to not only make people believe in aliens and UFOs, but to fear them as well.

It might interest you to know that this concern of an alien invasion is by no means a modern-day development. There have been a number of respectable, highly-educated, professional individuals who have had the courage to step forward over the decades, to express their concerns. One person in particular who comes to my mind, is General Douglas MacArthur. In the October 8, 1955 edition of the New York Times, MacArthur is quoted as having said the following:

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"You now face a new world, a world of change. We speak in strange terms, of harnessing the cosmic energy, of ultimate conflict between a united human race and the sinister forces of some other planetary galaxy . . . The nations of the world will have to unite, for the next war will be an interplanetary war. The nations of the earth must someday make a common front against attack by people from other planets."

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Now, before you dismiss the above quotes, please consider the fact that Douglas MacArthur wasn't just a run-of-the-mill UFO fanatic. MacArthur led a very distinguished military career. He became General of the Army, received the Medal of Honor, and served in World War I, World War II and the Korean War. During World War II, MacArthur was the Supreme Commander of Allied forces in the Southwest Pacific theater. At the end of that war, he became responsible for the occupation of Japan from 1945 to 1951. Later, MacArthur led United Nations forces as they defended South Korea against the North Koreans. Given his highly-decorated career, does it make any sense that this man would risk ruining his reputation, unless he was certain of that which he spoke concerning the UFO threat? I think not.

Four years later, German physicist and rocketeer, Werner von Braun, who became the pioneer of the American space program following his secret exit from Germany, offered his sobering opinion regarding the threat from an extraterrestrial force. In the January 1, 1959 edition of "News Europa" he is quoted as having said:

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"We find ourselves faced by powers which are far stronger than we had hitherto assumed, and whose base of operations is at present unknown to us"

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In fact, when questioned about an incident involving a U.S. satellite, von Braun admitted that attempts were being made to communicate with the extraterrestrial intelligence which was involved in the incident:

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"More I cannot say at present. We are now engaged in entering into a closer contact with those powers, and in six or nine months' time, it may be possible to speak with more precision on the matter."

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There are other individuals within the upper echelons of the American Government who have also been convinced that there exists a serious threat from Outer Space. While as a whole, the U.S. Government has sought to cast a veil over the UFO phenomenon, now and then, someone will step forward and cast light on the subject. Former U.S. President, Ronald Reagan, was one of such men. From 1985 to 1988, President Reagan made a number of intriguing public statements which raised quite a few eyebrows. Consider the following:

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"I couldn't but - one point in our discussions with General Secretary Gorbachev - when you stop to think that we're all God's children, wherever we may live in the world, I couldn't help but say to him, just think how easy his task and mine might be in these meetings that we held if suddenly there was a threat to this world from some other species from another planet outside in the universe. We'd forget all the little local differences that we have between our countries and we would find out once and for all that we really are all human beings on this earth together."

"Well, I don't suppose we can wait for some alien race to come down and threaten us . . ."

-- U.S. President Ronald Reagan, to the students of Fallston High School in Fallston, Maryland, on December 4, 1985.

"In our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps we need some outside, universal threat to make us recognize this common bond. I occasionally think, how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. And yet, I ask is not an alien force already among us? What could be more alien to the universal aspirations of our peoples than war and the threat of war?"

-- U.S. President Ronald Reagan, to the 42nd General Assembly of the United Nations on September 21, 1987.

"But I've often wondered, what if all of us in the world discovered that we were threatened by an outer - a power from outer space, from another planet . . . Wouldn't we all of a sudden find that we didn't have any differences between us at all, we were all human beings, citizens of the world, and wouldn't we come together to fight that particular threat?"

-- U.S. President Ronald Reagan, in a question-and-answer session in Chicago, on May 5, 1988, after a speech concerning human rights and the Soviet Union.

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One must wonder what would motivate one of the most powerful men in the world at the time, to make such statements. Some people might argue that President Reagan wasn't serious, but was merely presenting an example. Others might convincingly argue that perhaps Alzheimer's Disease was already beginning to affect the president's life at that time, and that maybe his mind had already begun to lose some of its lucidity. But is that really the case?

It wasn't until I began editing this series, that I made a very interesting connection with an event that we discussed earlier. I am now inclined to believe that the main reason why President Reagan began to make such UFO-related remarks during the late 1980s, is because his administration had obtained definitive proof of the existence of alien crafts visiting the Earth. Allow me to remind you that according to the testimony of FAA chief, John Callahan, the FAA, the CIA, the FBI and the Reagan Administration were all responsible for the cover-up of the UFO which shadowed JAL Flight 1628 over Alaskan skies in 1986. They had definitive radar proof, and I strongly suspect that this is what may have motivated Ronald Reagan to add the UFO comments to his speeches.

Let me also remind you that, contrary to popular perception, the US President is not the most powerful man in the country. As I have mentioned before, the real power is in the hands of the military establishment and Big Business. Quite often, it seems that American presidents are left in the dark regarding certain facts and events. This allows them the "privilege" of "plausible deniability". In other words, what they don't know, they can honestly deny. So it may possibly be that in this case, President Reagan was really ignorant of the status of UFOs, until the JAL Flight 1628 incident in 1986. After that, it seems that the president was more willing to share what he knew concerning UFOs, albeit, in cryptic speeches.

In actuality, President Reagan, who was a former actor, and a made-for-TV president, was paraphrasing remarks that were made decades earlier by John Dewey, who was a Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University. Professor Dewey was one of the speakers at the reception which was given for the Imperial Japanese Mission in New York City in 1917. To put this event in proper perspective, it occurred at the height of World War I, also known as the "Great War", or "the War to End All Wars", when the Allied Powers -- France, Russia, the British Empire, Italy and the United States -- fought against the Central Powers -- Austria-Hungary, the German Empire, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire. With that event obviously on his mind, in his speech, Dewey stated in part:

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"Some one remarked that the best way to unite all the nations on this globe would be an attack from some other planet. In the face of such an alien enemy, people would respond with a sense of their unity of interest and purpose."

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Dewey then continued with the following. Please notice how he states that the threat posed by the Central Powers has resulted in a major part of the world uniting in what he terms "nothing less than a world state".

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"We have the next thing to that at the present time. Before a common menace, North and South America, the Occident, and Orient have done an unheard of thing, a wonderful thing, a thing which, it may well be, future history will point to as the most significant thing in these days of wonderful happenings. They have joined forces amply and intimately in a common cause with one another and with the European nations which were most directly threatened. What a few dreamers hoped might happen in the course of some slow coming century has become an accomplished fact in a few swift years. In spite of geographical distance, unlike speech, diverse religion, and hitherto independent aims, nations from every continent have formed what for the time being is nothing less than a world state, an immense cooperative action in behalf of civilization."

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Sadly, as some of you will know, World War I was not the war which ended all wars. In fact, partially as a result of hard feelings and discontent which remained from that war, only twenty-one years later, the world was challenged by an even greater threat; this time from Nazi Germany; and the globe was plunged into World War II. Aside from the millions upon millions of soldiers and civilians who died as a result of these two wars, both of these events resulted in some major political, geographical, financial and social shifts in the world; too many to mention here. However, it should be noted that one thing which they did not result in, was a unified "world state", as John Dewey referred to it.

Following these two world wars, the globe was divided into several major spheres of influence. Both the Soviet Union and the United States of America emerged as superpowers; and the United Nations came into existence as well. Yet still, we have not seen the full emergence of a New Word Order; at least not yet. So this presents us with a very interesting question. Might it be possible that William Cooper's theory concerning an alien threat has some merit? Is it remotely possible that the behind-the-scenes manipulators who control the world, may actually fabricate an alien threat, in order to force the world to finally unite under the banner of a supposedly benign One World Government? Are periodic remarks by our political leaders, military leaders, and members of the scientific community purposely meant to condition us, and to prepare us for just such an event?

While you ponder these questions, let's return to the topic of American political figures who have publicly discussed their views and concerns regarding the alien-UFO phenomenon. Many people are familiar with President Jimmy Carter's UFO experience. In October of 1969, while still the governor of the state of Georgia, Carter, along with about ten other men from the Leary, Georgia Lions Club, observed a brilliant UFO for a period of about ten to twelve minutes. Mr. Carter was so convinced of what he had seen, that on September 18, 1973, he filed a UFO report with NICAP. A few years after his UFO encounter, Carter made the following comment at a Southern Governors Conference:

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"I don't laugh at people any more when they say they've seen UFOs. I've seen one myself."

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In his 1988 book "Above Top Secret", author Timothy Good notes that during his 1976 presidential campaign, Jimmy Carter made the following comments to the press:

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"It was the darnedest thing I've ever seen. It was big, it was very bright, it changed colors and it was about the size of the moon. We watched it for ten minutes, but none of us could figure out what it was. One thing's for sure, I'll never make fun of people who say they've seen unidentified objects in the sky. If I become President, I'll make every piece of information this country has about UFO sightings available to the public and the scientists."

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Sadly, President Carter never fully kept his promise. While a great amount of UFO-related documents were released during that period under the Freedom of Information Act, perhaps as a result of pressure from Carter, nevertheless, Carter never initiated a full public investigation of the UFO phenomenon.

Please go to part nineteen for the conclusion of this series.

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