Sleep Paralysis is More Common Than You Think

In a 2011 study entitled “Lifetime Prevalence Rates of Sleep Paralysis: A Systematic Review,” Brian A. Sharpless and Jacques P. Barber reviewed 35 studies that reported lifetime sleep paralysis rates and described both the assessment procedures and sample utilized. These studies were selected by utilizing keyword term searches for “sleep paralysis”, “isolated sleep paralysis”, or…

Are Christians Safe From Alien Abductions?

Some folks suppose that the UFO phenomenon is demonic* in nature, especially in light of so-called alien abductions. As a result of this belief, some have wondered how a Christian can be have an “alien abduction” at all if these experiences are the work of Satan. The following is a survey of the beliefs on…

That Time the Demonic Hypothesis of UFO Stopped Science

Last year, former Nevada Senator Harry Reid gave George Knapp an exclusive interview regarding a secret US government study of UFOs from 2007 to 2012. “One aim of the study was to find out the origin of the craft. Intelligence officials ruled out the Russians or Chinese but Reid says our adversaries are likely ahead…

UFO International Project’s Plagiarized Claim That Aliens Invented Religion

The anonymous authors of UFO International Project (who nonetheless are advocates of Disclosure, just not for themselves, obviously) claim in a November 19, 2015 article that “Aliens Are Coming Back To Retrieve ‘Their’ Religion.” In fact, they claim the following under the heading, ‘Religion was not designed for terrorism’: The aliens quite knew that man…

Harold L Armstrong’s Argument Against Corporal Living Beings Living Outside Earth

The June 1970 edition (Vol. 7 No. 1) of the Creation Research Society Quarterly stressed cosmology. One of journal’s contributors was Harold L. Armstrong (1921-1985). Armstrong was an early member of the Creation Research Society and a Professor of Physics at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He began the Quarterly’s first regular column, “Comments on…

McLean v Arkansas and the Demonic Hypothesis of UFO

I was reminded recently that the Demonic Hypothesis of UFO played a role during 1981’s McLean v Arkansas Board of Education court case when it was used by evolutionists to discredit Dr. Norman Geisler’s testimony. On March 1, 1982, fellow creationist Dr. Duane Gish wrote: “In an attempt to discredit Geisler’s testimony, the ACLU lawyer…

Jesus Was An Abductee! Chris Ward on Alien Abductions

The late Pastor Chris Ward (1948-2015) was one of the presenters of the First Christian Symposium on Aliens in July of 2009. The Symposium sparked a new wave of interest in the Demonic Hypothesis of UFO, resuscitated from charismatic deliverance ministry holdouts of the Satanic Panic. Prior to that in 1999, he founded AlienResistance.org with…

Are Cell Phones and Drones Foiling Satan’s Nefarious UFO Deception?

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…

Does Demonic Deception Lurk Behind the UFO Phenomenon?

A few weeks prior to the release of his xenophobic documentary, Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception, Gary Bates was given space to write himself an “ad-itorial” in Charisma Magazine. In “Demonic Deception Lurks Behind This Widespread Phenomenon,” Gary Bates writes: “I grew up as a science-fiction fan, and I can recall the religious impact it…

The Devil Lives in the Moon

On November 3, 1957, the Texas town of Levelland saw a UFO that stalled the motors of five vehicles, caused a man to faint and generally alarmed everyone. The phantom object was described as “200 feet long, shaped like an egg and was lit up like it was on fire – but looked more like…

Comic Book Predicts Flying Saucers over Washington DC in 1950?

Most saucerians are familiar with the 1952 Washington DC Merry-Go-Round, a two weekend event in which flying saucers were sighted over the US capital, chiefly on July 19–20 and July 26–27. Historians consider it the climax of the 1952 flap. Perhaps the strangest part if this tale is that a 1950s comic apparently predicted these…