Final Events by Nick Redfern
For decades, stories of alien abductions, UFO encounters, flying saucer sightings, and Area 51 have led millions of people to believe that extraterrestrials are secretly among us. But what if those millions of people are all wrong? What if the UFO phenomenon has much darker and far more ominous origins? For four years, UFO authority Nick Redfern has been investigating the strange and terrifying world of a secret group within the U.S. Government known as the Collins Elite. The group believes that our purported alien visitors are, in reality, deceptive demons and fallen angels. They are the minions of Satan, who are reaping and enslaving our very souls, and paving the way for Armageddon and Judgment Day. In FINAL EVENTS you'll learn about the secret government files on occultists Aleister Crowley and Jack Parsons, and their connections to the UFO mystery; revelations of the demonic link to the famous "UFO crash" at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947; the disclosure of government investigations into life-after-death and out-of-body experiences; and an examination of the satanic agenda behind alien abductions. FINAL EVENTS reveals the stark and horrific truths about UFOs that some in the government would rather keep secret.
I recently read this book and found it very entertaining. Even more so that it neatly fits into my basic belief in God. If what this book is about is true, it is probably one of the more spooky topics I have read about. I actually find that idea more terrifying then notions of aliens from outer space or another dimension being the source of UFO activity and abductions.
It is a bit ironic that many people today speak of, and even believe that we have come from extraterrestrials, or some alien race 'out there'. This is precisely what demons falsely portraying themselves as aliens would want; ie to destroy faith in God, and mislead mankind as the book of Revelation states will happen in the end times. There are a lot of strange, ideas in this book, but in my opinion, they are no more crazy than any other possible explanation of the alien and ufo phenomena.
Final Events tells the peculiar story of the Collins Elite, a secret government organization who begun following the work of early occultists such as Aleister Crowley and Jet Propulsion Lab co-founder Jack Parsons. It is the work of this secret group that may have opened a hole in space-time, allowing demonic spirits a way to enter our world. In doing such, the demons have dreamed up the ultimate plan of deception for mankind though the UFO phenomena.
A couple of interesting features of this book are that the government group studying this topic (in a very in depth way) in some encounters with 'aliens', there is a denial of the christian God, that the aliens convey to the abductee that they are here to save the human race from it's destructive ways. The book goes on to state there are cases where alien abductions have occurred the whole experience can be stopped immediately by invoking Christ Himself. Very interesting points (if true) indeed. Why would an alien race come here to deny Christianity and not one of the other hundreds of religions of the world? And of course, if they were aliens from another planet, why would a victim asking for the help of Christ have any effect on the outcome?
The book describes things in a logical way, if that is possible for such an outlandish topic,and is not promoting or supporting the christian God, but reporting on facts found from many different angles. It also reports on the american government's secret group, the Collins Elite, which was involved in trying to harness the power of these spirits masquerading as aliens and use them in some sort of military advantage over our enemies.
The story in this book could easily be a disinformation campaign by the government as well. Most likely we will never know. And, of course, it could be an excellent story dreamed up by the author Nick Redfern to make some cash, but somehow, I doubt it. Nick Redfern is a serious Ufologist, and is well-respected among his peers in the UFO community.
In closing, if you believe Good and Evil exist, and that there is war between God and the Devil, heaven and hell, demons and angels, this book kind of grabs at a primal fear of destruction of not just the body, but the soul. Personally, the book has changed my thoughts a bit on ufos, however I had heard somewhere before, years ago, that ufos were a possible deception from Satan.
I would definitely recommend this book check it out.