UFOs in the Mid East
Jordan "the place of descent"

Investigation of Biblical texts reveals the connection between Antichrist and UFOs. There is a reason the Mid East is such a UFO and paranormal hot spot. The following is from our Angelic Conspiracy Homepage.

Daniel 11 describes the Antichrist:
"He shall not regard the God of his fathers, YHWH,
nor the desire of women
nor love any god, for he shall magnify himself above all.
But in his place he shall honor the god of fortresses,
(the Hebrew phrase is Ala Mahozine), and he shall honor a god his fathers (the Jews), did not know (literally, AN ALIEN GOD)."


Baalhazor,"Lord of the fortresses", provides a connection between Baal and the god of the Antichrist. Baal was lord of war and of the sky. Many titles were given to Baal by adding endings to his name. Some examples found in scripture are Baalbamoth= Lord of the high places, Baalzebub= Lord of those who fly, or flit. Zebub is a Hebrew verb which means to flit from place to place.

Baal is identified as Satan by Jesus himself, Matt.10:25 Mark. 3:22 Luke 11:15.

The Antichrist will honor Satan, called Baal, Lord of Fortresses, Lord of the High Places ,Lord of those who quickly fly (in the high places), Prince of the Powers of the Air, and obviously Prince of the Powers behind flying craft in the high places...UFOs.

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