‘I have given the idea of extraterrestrial visitation a great deal of thought. If they are here then we must consider the realistic possibility that they have infiltrated human culture’. – Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, mathematician, astronomer and astrobiologist in conversation with the author at British Exopolitics Expo, 2013
This article, taken from my book Holographic Culture, will look at ancient ideas relating to the ‘angel’ described variously as a ‘sailor’, ‘watcher’ or ‘dragon’. Controversially I am going to argue that the modern day study of ufology has been seriously undermined in its search for the truth and is in part due to a fundamental neglect pertaining to the occult tradition of the fallen angels. The main premise of this disputed argument is that the decryption of the ‘angels’ describes essentially the same phenomenon as the ‘alien’ mystery and is symptomatic of beings that are extraterrestrial in design.
An external agency the conjecture ‘angels’ otherwise ‘aliens’ are actively engaged within a ‘control structure’ that is state monitored is a controversy that will challenge many of my readership. As absurd as this agenda sounds, this conclusion is not arrived at lightly but is based on over a decade of research into etymology. In this synopsis, important clues to the alien phenomenon are embedded in arcane symbolism, in context to the manipulation of language and customs. Integral the ancient description of the UFO is at the very foundation of human culture – and is inserted into the subliminal symbols found both within political and religious iconography.
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