God Is an Astronaut: Biblical Descriptions of God, Angels, and Divine Chariots Gayla Groom

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God Is an Astronaut: Biblical Descriptions of God, Angels, and Divine Chariots by Gayla Groom
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It is easy, with a bit of scholarly research, to prove that Yahweh, the God of the Jews and Christians, started out as a thunder god worshipped by polytheistic ancient Semites. Its also easy to show that Biblical descriptions of Yahweh almost alwaysMoreIt is easy, with a bit of scholarly research, to prove that Yahweh, the God of the Jews and Christians, started out as a thunder god worshipped by polytheistic ancient Semites. Its also easy to show that Biblical descriptions of Yahweh almost always resemble an inhabited flying machine more than a living being.Yahweh is described in the Bible as lightning, fire, noise, danger, a destroying warrior.

The idea of Yahweh sending down a bolt of lightning to destroy those who offend him — the premise of many modern-day jokes — is well-supported in the biblical record as a reported actual event. For instance, in the famous Song of David, King David gives thanks to Yahweh for having helped him win a battle:Psalms 18:13 The LORD also thundered in the heavens, and the Highest gave his voice- hail stones and coals of fire.14 Yea, he sent out his arrows, and scattered them- and he shot out lightnings, and discomfited them.It doesnt take much research to document that Yahweh was a member of a Divine Council, sharing dominion over the Earth with 69 other Sons of El, and that Yahweh was assigned the Hebrews as his people, and was extremely angry when his people worshipped other gods (other members of the Divine Council).

Its also easy to show that the other gods — if they survived at all in the minds of the populace — were eventually demoted to divine beings such as angels, since there could be only one god.Obadiah 1:4 Though thou exalt thyself as the eagle, and though thou set thy nest among the stars, thence will I bring thee down, saith the LORD.Yahwehs determination to triumph over other gods is a major theme of the Old Testament — as is his determination to locate his people in a land flowing with milk and honey that was already, inconveniently, home to other tribes.These are just a few of the basic facts that point to a truth more and more of us find obvious: God Is an Astronaut.

Its time for us to assess the gods from todays perspective, and realize that, although our ancestors couldnt understand, we now know that people in flying machines, who can do amazing things, are not gods. As writer/scientist Arthur C. Clarke says, Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.In this beautifully illustrated book, author Gayla Groom does a superb job of getting right to the heart of the issue.

She provides the relevant Biblical texts, the relevant information you need to know about those texts, and documentation with endnotes to show how rock-solid the information is. Not only does the book make a convincing case that yes, of course, God is an astronaut- it also provides much evidence that angels, demons, divine councils, and divine chariots were various manifestations of the ancient astronaut experience.Descriptions of the gods are often at least partly descriptions of the vehicles in which the gods travel — leading to some odd-looking gods, and perhaps leading to the invention of gods with multiple aspects, called avatars.

Gods magically transform from fiery serpent to human form as they step out of or slide off of their fiery serpent, or thunderbird, or silver eagle, or flying elephant.Divine chariots are described quite a bit in the Bible, and are also extensively described in religions around the world.

For instance, ancient Hindu texts are crammed full of descriptions of various types of flying chariots — vimanas — and information on how to make them, fuel them, and control them. The thunderbirds of the Native Americans are similar to the flying things called gods by very many ancient cultures — and similar to the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds of today.



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