Where Are These Scriptures about Aliens?
Daniel himself delivers the radical proof of Alien Scriptures!
The famous biblical prophet, Daniel, read the same Genesis that I have translated—he provides the proof we need to know that he, himself, had read the alien scriptures, the ancient genesis scrolls, about “ancient aliens” manipulating the hominid/human genome. He directly confronted an alien who physically materialized in his presence—directly confronted him angrily about what he must have known about their hybridization program. The alien, in a calm, impassionate, and thoughtful response, addresses Daniel’s angry core concern—that the free-will of his ancestors was violated. The alien’s considered and considerate reply ends with an admission that Daniel’s ancestors’ free will was, in fact, violated; but that human beings received the aliens’ intellect and courage in exchange. The alien concluded by asserting that our own strands of manipulated DNA understand the nature of the free-will violations; but that they also understand it in the context that the “miscarriages of free will” which were useful to the aliens have also been useful to us—the hybridized species that the aliens fabricated through their DNA-manipulation and genetic engineering.
No—I know that exchange isn’t in the traditional Daniel 12:8, 9, and 10. But that very exchange is “hidden” behind the Hebrew words that are there. The actual exchange is cloaked by a falsified translation. There is nothing high-tech in the actual Hebrew words that are there that would have, or could have, stymied ancient translators; and the actual translation is straightforward—and derives from standard traditional definitions of words. Here’s the traditional text from the King James Version of the Bible:
Let’s break Verse 8 down first. It consists of nine Hebrew words. The actual definition of the first Hebrew word in the verse (Strong’s Numbers 578 and 579) is to lament. The word has a suffix which refers to the first person singular object pronoun, me. The translation of the first word is, “And I lament”. The second word (Strong’s Number 8085) means to hear intelligently. The word’s first prefix refers to the second person object pronoun, you; and the word’s second prefix refers again to the pronoun, me—which may be omitted in translation. The second word means, “hearing you”. The third word (Strong’s 3808) means has a variety of meanings: no, not, neither, otherwise, surely, cannot, and except. The word that best fits the context is otherwise. The word has a prefix, and. The third word means, “and otherwise”. The fourth word (Strong’s 995) means: to separate mentally, distinguish, or to understand. The word has a prefix, I. The fourth word means, “I understand”. The fifth word (Strong’s 4784) means to be or make bitter. The word’s first prefix means and; the second prefix means I. The fifth word means, “and I (am) bitter”. The sixth word (Strong’s 1777) means to rule or to judge. The word’s prefix means I; and the word’s suffix means, me. Literally, the word means, “I judge me”; but a more apt translation, in context, means, “I have made a judgement”. The seventh word (Strong’s 4100) is from the Hebrew dialect that Daniel spoke in the court of the Babylonian King. The word means, “how greatly”. The eighth word (Strong’s 2734 or 2787) means to glow with anger. The word’s prefix means, I. The word’s suffix means, you. Translated in context the word means, “I am glowing (with) anger (toward) you”. The Verse’s ninth word is traditionally translated as “these”; but its actual meaning is derived from another Hebrew word (Strong’s 3856), which means “faint”—from which word the concept of exhaustion may be derived. The word itself derives from a concept that the aliens’ describe in Genesis 2, which is their own reference to post-coital exhaustion. (Where there is hybridization there may well be sexual interbreeding.) The Hebrew word has a prefix, I. The translation, one of the alien’s workhorse concepts throughout early Genesis is “I-Exhausted”. Daniel, in his opening monolog to the alien, refers to him by the name, “I-Exhausted”.
The eighth verse of Daniel 12 actually reads,
Daniel 12:8— And I lament hearing you—but otherwise I understand; and I am bitter. I have made a judgment. How greatly I am glowing with anger toward you, I-Exhausted.
Next in these scriptures about aliens, let’s break down Verse 10 . It consists of twelve Hebrew words. For this verse I’ll again simply give each word’s breakdown in columns—and then the final actual translation.
Aliens Mentioned in the Bible
“Extraterrestrials could be altering human DNA and repopulating the Earth with alien-human hybrids; following the trail of evidence from ancient cultures to modern-day animal mutilations and alien abductions.”
If you read my book and watch this one episode of the popular television series, you will see that what the series presents as evidence of aliens mentioned in the Bible is backed up by my groundbreaking translation; or you will see that my radical translation is not all that radical—and that it is backed up by the findings and presentation of the series producers and contributors.