What Are The UFO Reports All About?

Over the course of the last month, reports of UFOs or UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) swept the news. We held off on discussing this until now, pending the government's official report that came out last week. The report indicates nothing out of the ordinary, but we will talk about it, and bring the Bible into the discussion.


If you were looking for evidence of aliens or something else, you will have to turn over another rock. The government's evidence was inconclusive, but hey, they are going to keep trying they tell us.

The report said,

In a limited number of incidents, UAP reportedly appeared to exhibit unusual flight characteristics. These observations could be the result of sensor errors, spoofing, or observer misperception and require additional rigorous analysis.

Despite all the impressive reports of aerial maneuvers, in the end, they do not have enough data to come to any reasonable conclusions.

UAP History

I remember years ago when similar reports came out. “Whistleblowers” would explain, the UAPs were unbelievably fast, and they could instantly change direction. Further, according to their knowledge, the UAPs were beyond any technology we have today.

When those reports came out, I wondered if the sensors used to record this data had malfunctioned. However, sensors are not the only source of the aerial oddities. There have been numerous eyewitnesses in the form of U.S. Navy pilots. Some of these pilots gained world attention in the form of interviews with the mainstream media.

Nevertheless, I am unconvinced by the information we have been presented with. There are no clear findings, there is no clear evidence, and there are no clear visuals. In an age where we all have 4K cameras in our pockets, and no one can catch a good photograph of the mothership?

Come on.

In the end, I am surprised so many people have become convinced by information from the government to begin with...

Have we all forgotten a 2017 article?

We covered it here on our site: US government recovered materials from unidentified flying object it ‘does not recognise’

  • What happened to that “recovered material” from a UAP?
  • What other conclusions have they come up with?

The fact the government is admitting to this sends up plenty of red flags for me. Making this sort of thing public does not make a lot of sense. Unless, you are trying to cause panic and uncertainty in the public.

As a side note, I know some of our readers have seen some interesting things. However, without verifiable data and visuals, personal perceptions of an event are not evidence. There are 7.8 billion people on the planet, and no one can get any good visuals?

Alright, now let’s talk about some of the questions you may have, and some I received.

Did God Create Aliens?

For anyone entertaining the idea of space aliens... God never created them. I can say that firmly and confidently.

Let me tell you why...

If God created aliens, and they came to visit us earthlings one day. That would cause just about everyone to lose their faith in the Almighty. Rightfully so. God pretty much spelled out most important things in Scripture. By leaving out aliens, He would have purposely set us all up for a fall, which we could blame on Him.

Remember, God does not purposely hamstring His children. He wants all to be saved, which is why He sent us Christ, the Book, and told us about the false messiah who appears before Jesus Christ.

Could The Sightings Be Satan’s Angels?

This thought is triggered by the book of Ezekiel which certainly seems to describe some sort of aircraft God used. God’s technology is certainly superior to ours, (see: How Will The Antichrist Appear?).

Nevertheless, this is a classic example of letting our imagination run wild without reeling it in with Scripture...

While the spirit of wicked angels can certainly roam the earth, their physical self is bound in Heaven, (Matthew 12:43-45).

Remember the angels who became Fallen Angels in Noah’s day?

Jude 1:6
And the angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day.

That makes it pretty clear. The angels that left Heaven and came to earth in Noah's day are bound in Heaven until Judgement Day. Essentially, they are waiting in prison for God to destroy them. They do not get to go play again. They already had their “moment”, I hope they enjoyed it.

The only other wicked angels who can traverse the earth are those described in Revelation 12:9. The only problem here, these angels come to earth with Satan when he is cast from Heaven to earth and not until then, (see: When Was Satan Cast Out Of Heaven?). Therefore, these wicked angels will not be on earth until the Tribulation begins, and we are certainly not there yet.

Could They Be Good Angels?

I would say no, the idea really makes no sense to me. God does not need anything to manifest Himself or His Messengers. He is the Creator of all, the Great Designer of the universe itself.

Consider this, if God had His Messengers flying around, how does it edify?

When we read Scripture, every time an Angel appeared there was a good reason. To bring clarity to a situation, to provide words of prophecy, there was some good reason. If God had His Angels flying around in aircraft, all it would do is cause confusion with no purpose. We have never read anything like that in Scripture.

For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints.

1 Corinthians 14:33

Does The Bible Talk About Wonders In The Skies

The Bible discusses signs in the heavens during the Last Days, but these are supernatural signs, and cannot be interpreted to indicate aircraft. That would be beyond a stretch of the imagination, and be the work of those distorting Scripture to fit their belief.

When we read; Luke 21:11, 25-27, Matthew 24:29-30, and Mark 13:24-27, it is clear... The signs described are of a Heavenly supernatural order, and they have nothing to do with aliens or aircraft.

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