Also, I read Missler's stuff as theory fitted into Biblical prophecy.
I have read all Whitley Strieber's stuff and have listen to him give a lecture. He is an excellent writer and speaker. But I also know exactly where he comes down on this issue. In Communion, he spoke of the abductors as "pure evil" but as his career progressed and his books rolled off the presses, he seemed to exhibit symtoms of the Stockholm syndrome. He seemed to take the side of his abductors.
My question is this...if the ET's have our best interests at heart, why do they treat abductee's with a carelessness and, even, a cruelty that I would never inflict on the squirrels and frogs and lizards in my backyard. The ET's exhibit no sign of spiritual evolution...in fact, the Spiritually evolved humans I know (filled with the Holy Spirit) would never treat any creature the way the ET's treat humans.
Whitley (who I actually like by the way) is an atheist and a secular humanist. And when I say atheist and secular humanist, I mean something special...there is an embracing of the occult ("Wolfen") and an anger toward God and Jesus. It is not simply a lightly embraced concept but a tightly held, anti-God view.
When I saw Whitley speak, it was at a strange fair that an old girl friend dragged me too (in Atlanta). It was a new age fair full of crystals and magicians and fortune tellers and UFO enthusiasts. I went as an open-minded person and I wanted to hear Whitley speak.
But when he did speak, it was the language of the new age movement. It was all environment and crystals and humanism...and the occult.
Anyway, I agree with you on the source being evil. And it just makes sense. UFO's are an easy way to entice humans away from the old superstition of the past.
When I read Book of Enoch, things get very clear regarding this matter.
Not too surprised but sad to read of the anti-God stuff.
Yeah, I think the evil aspect is abundantly clear on a number of fronts.