Come Say Hello to the Dead

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Ten years ago when I was in the occult I read a book called “Communion” written by Whitley Strieber.  It detailed the author’s experiences with alien abduction and visitation.  The book came out in 1987 and when I read it in the late 90’s it scared me.  It is a very well-written book and one of the first few to detail a personal experience such as this.  Later I read the sequel to that book, “Transformation the Breakthrough” which detailed further accounts of his experiences with “the visitors” or “the Grays” as he calls them.

At the time I read it I was interested in the UFO phenomena and wanted to study it more.  After many years of research I came to the conclusion that alien abductions and visitations parallel demonic possession and demonic activity.  In the book “Transformations” Whitley Strieber, who is not a Christian, writes the following experiences he had with the visiters.

“Increasingly I felt as if I were entering a struggle that might even be more than life and death. It might be a struggle for my soul, my essence, or whatever part of me might have reference to the eternal. There are worse things than death, I suspected… so far the word demon had never been spoken among the scientists and doctors who were working with me…Alone at night I worried about the legendary cunning of demons …At the very least I was going stark, raving mad.” – Whitley Strieber, Transformation, p. 44-45

“I felt an absolutely indescribable sense of menace. It was hell on earth to be there [in the presence of the entities], and yet I couldn’t move, couldn’t cry out, couldn’t get away. I’d lay as still as death, suffering inner agonies. Whatever was there seemed so monstrously ugly, so filthy and dark and sinister. Of course they were demons. They had to be. And they were here and I couldn’t get away.” – Whitley Strieber, Transformation, p. 181

“I wondered if I might not be in the grip of demons, if they were not making me suffer for their own purposes, or simply for their enjoyment.” – Whitley Strieber, Transformation, p. 172

“Why were my visitors so secretive, hiding themselves behind my consciousness. I could only conclude that they were using me and did not want me to know why…What if they were dangerous? Then I was terribly dangerous because I was playing a role in acclimatizing people to them.” – Whitley Strieber, Transformation, p. 96

Yes, it seems Whitley is playing a role in acclimatizing people to them through his books and website.  In fact, in his first book “Communion” the visitors told him to name the first book… “Communion”! It seems the Gray alien visitors have an agenda and want Whitley to be their messenger.

But what is it?

I haven’t been to Whitley Strieber’s website in years so last week I decided to check it out to see what he has been writing about lately.  The most recent news headline didn’t surprise me, “Come Say Hello to the Dead.”  In it he writes, “A surprising number of people see ghosts, and sometimes even have physical contact with them….In the hundreds of thousands of letters we received after Whitley wrote ‘Communion,’ we noticed that communication with dead people (who arrived along with ‘the Grays’) was commonAll of these dead people had the same basic message: ‘Tell everyone that I’m OK.‘”

Later the article states “On CNN.com, John Blake quotes the hairdresser, Nina de Santo, as saying, “It was very bizarre. I went through a period of disbelief. How can you tell someone that you saw this man, solid as ever, walk in and talk to you, but he’s dead?…Sometimes you just sense the presence of someone close to you, and it seemingly comes out of nowhere, and afterward, you find out that person was in some kind of crisis at the time of the vision. We don’t know what to do with these stories. Some people say that they are proof that there’s life after death…Despite the fact that hundreds of thousands of contactees hear the Visitors “talk inside their heads.”)

Questions and Answers

The best way to figure out the true identity of these spiritual beings is to compare their messages with an objective spiritual source.  This source must demonstrate its true in all that it says, which includes prophecies, historical evidence, archeological evidence, textual evidence, and experiential evidence.  This source is the Bible.

Why are “Aliens” who come from another planet, possibly another solar system or galaxy have dead people accompanying them?  Why do the visitors talk inside the heads of the people they visit?  Why do the dead people say “Tell everyone that I’m OK?”  Why do they appear as solid physical beings?  Why are they convincing people what happens after death?  Aliens from another galaxy come all the way to earth to tell us there is life after death?  Really?

1) The “dead” accompany the visitors… and the “dead” also show up in seances and in the paranormal.

2) You can have physical contact with them, they appear as solid beings.  Angels in the bible have the power to do the same.

3) The basic message is “everyone dead is ok” which is one way of saying there is no judgement by God, there is no need for a savior, there is no spiritual death in hell.

4) As the article stated the visitors talk inside their heads which is what happens during possession.  Demonic entities always work through the mind in Transcendental Meditation or with Shamans or in the occult.

In the bible God is against the living communicating with the dead specifically because He knows the source of the talking dead….they are demonic spirits attempting to deceive humanity.  The bible says angels can take physical form, and even disguise themselves, which means they can take any form they choose in order to deceive.  Do demonic spirits know what your dead relatives look like?  Of course.  Do they know personal details about them?  Yes.  Can they imitate the voice of a dead relative?  Yes!

The basic message the spirits give are “I’m dead but doing fine” so where is God’s judgement the bible talks about?  Heaven?  Hell?  The dead simply float around the astral plane doing whatever?  Was Jesus lying when He talked about heaven and hell?

Why would you need a savior if there is no judgement to be saved from?  In addition this implies there is no second death in the lake of fire.  Wasn’t there one angel in the bible who told someone “you will not surely die” if you eat that fruit?  Yes, it was satan himself talking to Eve.  So the statement that the “dead are ok” denies the second death in hell and echoes satans words.

Whitley Strieber admits in a recent interview in June 19, 2011 on Coast to Coast AM that the books “Communion” and “Transformation” were to prepare him for further contact with someone he met in 1998 which resulted in a book called “The Key: A True Encounter.”  A mysterious stranger who walked into his hotel room and told him secrets of human beings, souls, God and the universe, even predicting scientific discoveries years before they happened, which convinced Whitley this stranger was not an ordinary human being.

Perhaps he wasn’t.

Its clear Whitley is being groomed by entities to preach a philosophy of who God is and our relationship to him that is opposed to the bible’s view on these matters…a bible that has been proven to be true.  In the end this information will affect the eternal destiny of those who believe in it.

Let us stay firm on the solid rock of Christ and not be led astray no matter how convincing a spiritual experience may seem.  Spiritual subjective experiences must always be compared to OBJECTIVE truth, such as the bible, to see if it is true, otherwise, we will be deceived.

 

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