Christian UFO experts espousing the Demonic Hypothesis of UFO assure us that UFOs are a Satanic deception, yet, if this is the case, why are UFO reports in such a steep decline?
The fact that they are statistically in decline is undeniable at this point. According to MUFON statistician David C. Korts:
“There definitely has been a fall off of late. It hasn’t been a straight line. But in looking at those numbers, it was a peak in 2012 and it’s been a 30 to 40 percent drop from 2012 to 2017.”
Commenting on the decline of UFO reports, skeptical paranormal researcher Sharon Hill noted her own experience with an unidentified flying object:
“The skies are busier than ever before with planes, helicopters, promotional lighting effects, flying paper lanterns, scientific measuring devices, fireworks, and drones. I’ve had what I’m fairly certain was a drone encounter myself at night. It was really weird. At first. What if most people just assume that the weird thing they see is a military test craft, drone, or new-fangled flying device instead of an alien craft?”
Alex Griffioen, one of the founders of the UFO Disclosure Office in the Netherlands, has also suggested drones are the culprit hehind the decline in reports:
“Drones are becoming cheaper and more popular, and are taking on stranger and stranger shapes every day. This applies to both military UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), professional drones for video as well as for recreational drones.”
“We hear and read that they can do more and more, so people now respond to seeing strange moving lights with: ‘it’ll be a drone’.”
Cell phone cameras have also been cited as a contributing factor in the decline of UFO sightings. Speculative fiction author Jack Womack is one of many supporters of this theory:
“Now that you have camera’s basically pointing everywhere—there are still UFO photographs, but they’re now usually identifiable fairly quickly as space junk coming back in. Oh look, that’s an actual meteor landing as happened in Russia. If there were UFOs or Bigfoot or the Loch Ness monster or any of these, someone would have gotten a picture of them by now. Cell phones give us magic, and they take away magic.”
As I was pondering all of this, I remembered a Halloween article I’d read by Bodie Hodge of Answers in Genesis regarding the possibility of a Satanic origin of the worldwide phenomenon of Day of the Dead type observances:
“Did Satan, the one who comes to kill and steal and destroy (John 10:10), move throughout all the pagan cultures after the dispersion to develop these days of the dead? Though this is possible, it seems Satan would almost have to have an omnipresence and omnipotence about him to do such a thing. And although Satan would like us to think he has these attributes of God, he doesn’t.”
In other words, while ol’ Slewfoot might be happy to take credit for such a grand conspiracy, it seems unlikely he could pull it off on purpose. Point in fact, he was supposed to be behind the Satanic ritual abuse phenomena and there turns out not be any convincing non-anecdotal evidence that the Satanic Panic’s major claim that a grand Satanic network of murderers and human traffickers ever existed. Major Christian UFO experts (I’ve been told that they’re aware of my “lone wolf” views; so they realizeit’s actually the majority view?) now claim the UFO phenomenon is a Satanic deception that will be used to explain away the Rapture of the Church as a prophetic fulfillment of 2 Thessalonians 2:11’s promised “Strong Delusion” (aka LA Marzulli’s “Coming Great Deception“).
They base this claim, in part, on the anti-christian teachings of UFO cults and the sinister nature of the alien abduction phenomenon …and their claim that the latter experiences can be stopped in the name of Jesus. They also cite a list presented at a 5-day 1992 MIT conference on the phenomenon of 44 parallels between the alien abduction accounts and accounts of Satanic ritual abuse.
The rub is that the 45th parallel between these two claims is a lack of substantiation. Also, these Christian UFO experts habitually fail to address the fact the invoking Jesus’ name isn’t the only way to stop a so-called alien abduction. It turns out that willpower and resistance of any sort usually works. which makes it seem more like a psychological problem than a spiritual one.
And if Satan were really behind the UFO phenomenon, wouldn’t that mean that the simple invention cell phone cameras and the popularity of drones have foiled his nefarious plot to explain away the Rapture with a false flag alien event? I wonder how he’ll have to explain it now.