First, I want to say that I am agnostic, and I do my best to understand both religious and non-religious people.
Now, let’s delve into my train of thought about the theory that this new article can be related to NHI and disclosure.
Firstly, it’s worth noting that a significant number of FOX NEWS viewers are Christian, as mentioned in the article: “Whether calling upon them for solace or divine protection, nearly 70% of U.S. adults believe in angels, according to a July 2023 poll conducted by the AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.”
Secondly, if NHI truly exists (as discussed in the last congressional hearing and acknowledged by other credible journalists and witnesses), it’s understandable that many religious people, including some Christians, might find it challenging to believe the story.
One potential way to address the skepticism of these individuals is to consider aliens as Angels (if they are benevolent NHI and want to help) or Devils (if they are hostile). However, it’s also possible that they are indifferent, as some NHI might be good, while others are not (so some are Angels and others Demons). This is more than just Christians as the article states: “The role angels occupy in people’s worldview can be attributed to various religious, psychological, sociocultural, and historical factors, according to Dylan Potter, PhD, author of the book ‘Angelology.’”
Let me speculate while taking some facts as truth, as mentioned in the hearing and shared by other credible sources. Several passages from the article seem to support my theory.
For instance, “I think some people think of creation as being only this visible world that we have, but in the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth — and heaven is the invisible realm of creation,” Mason said. This could potentially explain the interdimensionality of these NHI.
Furthermore, the following quote is intriguing: “People who trust the narratives of the Bible would say that if the Bible records an interaction with angels in ancient times, then they would naturally assume that somehow angels continue to be an active and present part of the world today,” Mason said. This might elucidate Ross’s claims in a podcast that NHI has been here for a long time, perhaps thousands of years.
The passage “They offer a tangible representation of higher-order values and ideals, which we are often prone to lose sight of in the midst of our hectic lives,” adds another layer to the discussion. As Potter suggested, “the concept of benevolent celestial beings watching over individuals… because angels do not appear to be tied to any religious or moral obligation”. If as some claim that NHI are going to initiate contact with us and prevent us from destroying ourselves and the planet, this would be a great explanation
Moreover, Treadwell’s statement, “Angels come and go where God tells them to come and go and they talk to whomever God tells them to talk to,” provides potential insight into the abduction cases happening worldwide, if they are, indeed, true.
In conclusion, I invite you all to share your thoughts on this speculation.