Hearing from God

“Human beings are under the control of a strange force that bends them in absurd ways, forcing them to play a role in a bizarre game of deception.”-Dr. Jacques Vallee, Messengers of Deception, p. 20

Many ministers claim to hear from God, telling them to do things that turn out to demonstrate the control of some nonhuman intelligence. Sometimes they are given prophecies that come true. Then, strangely, the voice will tell them to advocate some outrageous thing that seems only intended to make them look like fools.

Are these people hearing from God? After all, God did tell His prophets in the Old Testament to do strange things. Or, are they listening to some voice other than God? Or have the flat earth advocates like Rob Skiba been raised up by God to counter the worship of science in the modern world, through the agency of the other spirits, since they don’t like the God of the Bible?


Author: Astrobiology Associates

Senior data analyst at Astrobiology Associates

3 thoughts on “Hearing from God”

  1. Wikipedia–“The Bedford Level Experiment is a series of observations carried out along a six-mile (9.7 km) length of the Old Bedford River on the Bedford Level, Norfolk, England, UK, during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It was an attempt to determine the shape of the Earth. Early results seemed to prove the Earth to be flat, but most later attempts to reproduce the observations firmly support that the Earth is a sphere.[1]”


  2. More about those who are bent in absurd ways and play a role in the game of deception–
    // In the past few years, he claims to have seen at least two different creatures that he believes are Bigfoots.
    “The first time I saw one I was startled, it looked like an ape from the zoo,” he said. The creature appeared out of nowhere and then ran off a few seconds after the man and creature made eye contact — he says. //
    –Todd May finds a Bigfoot skull that looks like just a rock to the unbeliever


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