ExoTheology & Space-Age Interpretations of the Bible

(religious implications of an inhabited universe)

Lamsa: “Until recent times [Near?] Easterners believed that clouds were living creatures.”

I pulled this paragraph from an article entitled “Our Galactic Family & the Bible” by Nancy B. Detweiler, M.Ed., M.Div., published Jan 18, 2011 here.  I assume Lamsa meant / said Near Easterners, not just “Easterners.”

[…] “And when he had spoken these things, he ascended while they were looking at him; a cloud received him and he was hidden from their sight.” (Acts 1:9) A footnote related to this verse, in Lamsa’s translation from the Aramaic of the Peshitta, states: “Until recent times Easterners believed that clouds were living creatures.” Was Jesus beamed up into a space ship—shrouded by a cloud-like formation—as he ascended into the heavens? (According to telepathic information from our galactic family, extraterrestrials create a cloud-like formation around their space ships while in Earth’s atmosphere, particularly when over the United States. Why? Because our military has standing orders to shoot them down whenever spotted. The technology possessed by our galactic family far exceeds our own and they are safe. However, the Galactic Federation of Light avoids confrontation with our military because they come in peace and do not want to engage in battle. They await the time when our new government will declare peace and allow them to land en mass to assist us in re-creating our beautiful planet. Peace is the Way of Love.) Could the extraterrestrials have used this same cloud-like cover while interacting with the ancient Israelites? It appears so. […]

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