This is a familiar interperation even by those in
the ufo field who do not have sufficient metaphysical background. The
spiining wheels described in Ezekel of the old Testament is often used as
evidence of early ufo vistations. I don't think so. It is more likely
a reference to an astral encounter by the author. This description sounds
clearly like intrusions from the Arhimanic group or
others. This description is a warning against magical practices and
bringing into form spirits that don't belong here. Such indications are found
universally all religions. Now find several references from religious
sources where these beings dressed in jumpsuits step off a metallic
craft, sit down and have a pleasant and "spiritually" enlightening
conversation with one of us for about two hours. Quite a feat, especially when
it is observed by multiple witnesses (as in other cases where close
sightings took place) who are fisherman not practicing
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Sent: Sunday, October 07, 2001 2:40
Subject: [anthroposophy] Fwd: [fort] FWD
(SK) What's a Jinn?
Forwarded from another list.
> Consider the
Islamic tale of the Jinns. This sounds very similar
to Aliens and/or
THE CHIEF CHARACTERISTICS OF THE JINNS
> 1. In the normal state
they are not visible to ordinary human
> 2. They are,
however, capable of materializing and appearing in
world. And they can alternately make themselves visible
>invisible at will.
> 3. They can change shape, and appear
in any sort of guise,
> 4. They are
able also to appear in the guise of ANIMALS.
> 5. They are inveterate liars and deceivers, and
>bamboozling and misleading mankind with all manner of
> 6. They are addicted to the abduction or kidnapping of
> 7. They delight in tempting humans into s-xual
>liaisons with them, and Arabic literature abounds with
>this kind of contact by mankind with both the "goodies"
>the "baddies" among the JINNS.
> Alien visitations are
not new. They are old as mankind. >>
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