Viewpoints: Kate with Roger Bibeau

Mr. Roger Bibeau has been a UFO and con­spir­acy researcher for over thirty five years. Roger expe­ri­enced his first UFO sight­ing when he was just four­teen years old. After two addi­tional sight­ings into his teens and twen­ties, one time watch­ing approx. fif­teen UFOs fly­ing in for­ma­tion with no less than five police offi­cers, he instinc­tively knew we were not alone.

Hav­ing lived through the JFK assas­si­na­tion, early on, Roger grew dis­sat­is­fied over the offi­cial War­ren Com­mis­sion Report on the event. Where he then jumped head long into find­ing out “Why” it hap­pened. That foray into gov­ern­ment goings on and CIA inter­fer­ence world­wide intro­duced him into OUR REAL WORLD. The world where elites, bankers, and global nota­bles are play­ing plan­e­tary monop­oly with the lives of seven bil­lion, with the express use of the full power of the U.S. military-industrial complex.

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  1. prob­lem what one has to aske them­se­levs is sim­ply this, who cre­ated the aliens? When you con­front this it will lead you right back to a cre­ator named in the Torah as, I AM, The Alpha and Omega, The Begin­ning and End, YHWH.

    Cre­ation­ist Ken Ham Says Aliens Will Go To Hell So Let’s Stop Look­ing For Them
    The Huff­in­g­ton Post | By Ed Mazza

    Posted: 07/22/2014 3:59 am EDT Updated: 07/23/2014 8:59 pm EDT Print Arti­cle KEN HAM

    Cre­ation­ist Ken Ham, who recently debated Bill Nye the Sci­ence Guy over the ori­gins of the uni­verse, is call­ing for an end to the search for extrater­res­trial life because aliens prob­a­bly don’t exist — and if they do, they’re going to Hell anyway.

    You see, the Bible makes it clear that Adam’s sin affected the whole uni­verse,” Ham wrote on his blog on Sun­day. “This means that any aliens would also be affected by Adam’s sin, but because they are not Adam’s descen­dants, they can’t have salvation.”

    The post was dri­ven in part by NASA experts say­ing that they expect to find evi­dence of alien life within the next 20 years.

    It’s highly improb­a­ble in the lim­it­less vast­ness of the uni­verse that we humans stand alone,” NASA admin­is­tra­tor Charles Bolden said last week.

    But Ham, pres­i­dent and CEO of Answers in Gen­e­sis and the Cre­ation Museum in Peters­burg, Ky., said we prob­a­bly are alone. He wrote “earth was spe­cially cre­ated,” and the entire hunt for extrater­res­tri­als is “really dri­ven by man’s rebel­lion against God in a des­per­ate attempt to sup­pos­edly prove evolution!”

    If aliens do exist, how­ever, Ham said even Jesus can’t save them:

    Jesus did not become the “God­Klin­gon” or the “God­Mart­ian”! Only descen­dants of Adam can be saved. God’s Son remains the “God­man” as our Sav­ior. In fact, the Bible makes it clear that we see the Father through the Son (and we see the Son through His Word). To sug­gest that aliens could respond to the gospel is just totally wrong.


    As stated by the late the­olo­gian and Bibloical scholar, Dr. Wal­ter Mar­tin… “they are not crea­tures from other world’s but beings from other dimensions.”

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