[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he 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.
Looking more closely at the birth of Jesus, four gospels mention the life of Jesus. Mark, the earliest gospel, written in the early 70’s A.D., does not mention the birth of Jesus. The gospel of John claims that Jesus was the son of Joseph, and thus not a virgin birth. Only the gospels of Matthew and Luke refer to the biological miracle of a virgin woman being made pregnant by an act of God and giving birth to a son. It was through these two versions of the gospel, that the status of Jesus was elevated to the status of the Greek savior gods. Around the first century as Christianity spread, the Pagans were hesitant to follow a God who was not born of a God, ET, and a virgin mother. Christianity was deeply rooted in the Graeco-Roman world. With the adoption of the virgin birth, pagans were more accepting of Christianity and began to convert and also brought their religious beliefs. Possibly this elevation of Jesus to status of God, ET, and a virgin leads Christianity to have some extraterrestrial basis.
With the contribution of Matthew and Luke, who present the virgin birth story, there are minor differences. The alien representation, Gabriel, appeared to Joseph according to Matthew, while it was to Mary in Luke. The announcement made by the alien, Gabriel, took place before Mary’s conception in the writings of Luke and after the conception in the writing of Matthew.
Other extraterrestrial influences surrounding the birth of Jesus include the star of Bethlehem, signaling the location of the birth. It is believed that the star was in fact a UFO, which the wise men were motivated to follow via alien telepathic communication. When the translation is commonly done from the Greek language, the accepted word is “wise men” but in this context it probably means astronomer or astrologer.
Between the birth of Jesus and his ministry that began roughly around the age of thirty, little is documented. This could have been an extended period of “missing time.” During this missing time the hybrid Jesus may have been instructed, trained, and prepared by his alien father and their race for his role as son of ET before the human race. This would be in the preparation of miracles, preparing exorcisms, controlling nature, curing the sick and raising the dead. , The final proof that Jesus was no ordinary human and of possible rong class=”StrictlyAutoTagBold”>ET origin is the physical resurrection, which is mentioned in all four Gospels. Mark relates that Jesus was scourged by and treated brutally by Roman guards, who crowned him with thorns, and crucified him at the ninth hour, which was 3 p.m. of that day. His body was wrapped in fine linen. This cloth today is rumored to have a miraculous imprint of the body of Christ. The remains of this cloth are the now famous Shroud of Turin.
The events of that first Easter morning come together like a mystical, supernatural puzzle. The Jewish Council, the Sanhedrin, trembled when they head the news of the empty tomb. They heard accounts of how, in the early hours of that morning a being in “snow-white” cloths with a light on its head as bright as morning had descended from the low oppressive clouds and terrified the Roman guarding the tomb of Jesus into a stupor. This strange figure, assumed by the Jewish priests to be a heavenly being, referred to as an angel of some ordered, proceeded to move away the colossal stone blocking the tomb’s entrance with superhuman might. It was revealed by Mary Magdalene that two unearthly–looking men dressed in white clothes had been near the entrance of the tomb. It was disclosed that one of the eerie figures said: “Be not afraid seek, Jesus of Nazareth, which was crucified. He is not here. . . . he is risen. ..Tell his disciples and Peter that he goeth before you into Galiee;there see him, as he said unto you.” This enigmatic man in white later vanished into the skies as mysteriously as he appeared. Could his departure have been into the mothership that circled the Earth orbit? Could this ship have been understood as the Star of Bethlehem, the one that foretold his birth?
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.