Contrary to the legend handed down to us over countless generations, the three wise men were guided by a UFO, rather than a star
“How does the Christian community tell the difference between that which is supernatural, and that which is super technological?” – The Bible and the flying saucers, Rev. Dr. Barr H. Downing
That festive time of the year that brings people together and stops half a world on its tracks is here again: Christmas. Beyond gifts, markets and family gathering, there is hardly a more Christian festivities than this one.
Recently in our eXtraHumans journey we have seen how historians have witnessed UFOs even in the years before the birth of Christ and most recently we have looked at how the Bible does not actually mention God as an ethereal almighty entity, leaving extremely clear clues on the alien humanoid nature of the beings described, the Elohim.
By combining antiquity with Bible narrations under the “spirit” of Christmas, we are naturally led to tackle a new mystery: the famous comet that is supposed to have helped the three wise men reach the hut containing baby Jesus Christ.
Lots of mystery surrounds the protagonists of this tale. The three wise men were apparently not kings at all, but rather servants who travelled from Babylon (now Iraq) to pay homage to a new king. So far, so good.
In a journey that probably took anywhere between 3 months to 6 months, if the story is true, and the Time believes it is, these men started following a “star” from the very beginning of their journey. This “star” is the the reason why they undertook the journey.
They followed this star for a very long time, until arrival in Jerusalem. This is what happened in Jerusalem according to the biblical Matthew, 2:9:
“After listening to the king, they went on their way. And behold, the star that they had seen when it rose went before them until it came to rest over the place where the child was”.
To sum up, we have a star that hovered in the sky for a long period (between 3 to 6 months), was probably visible during the day, then went on to stop on a specific point.
How many stars do we know behave that way?
Rather than a star, we believe it is much more likely that a UFO attracted and guided these three individuals to promote the birth of the demi God Jesus at their time and through history.
We are not the only ones thinking this way. Italian priest Marco Ardu supports the theory of the Ancient Astronauts and makes a very interesting observation, a similar one to the one we have ourselves proposed in Earth and the Stars, cultural clashes: the absence of a proper term to describe an object beyond the knowledge of the time.
According to Marco Ardu, the ancients, and Matthew specifically, might have used the term “star” to describe the object that the three wise men were following simply because the concept of a spaceship flying around was too foreign to his vocabulary. In this case, the three wise men were indeed guided by a UFO to fulfil their mission.
This is but one anecdote contained in the Bible that simply does not add up and where an alien intervention explains it better. The exciting element is that we will cover several more of these “impossible stories” in our long journey here at ExtraHumans.
For now, let us dwell on the idea that advanced beings might have used advanced technology to manipulate key individuals in order to “promote” an event that turned out to be the catalyst for the largest religion globally for thousands of years to come. Is this but a symbolic gesture representing of a much wider mass manipulation?
“Life is not confined to our one little Planet. It is a very old speculation to imagine some life like human life on the planet Mars…it is reasonable to suppose that Life in some form or other is scattered through some of the millions of heavenly bodies scattered through space.” – Abdullah Yusuf Ali, (عبداللہ یوسف علی ) lawyer, scholar and exegete of the Qur’an.