War of the Worlds Not In Vain

By Stephen Yulish

I went last week to see the movie, “War of the Worlds” knowing full well that I was going to be disturbed by its overall message and unfortunately I was not disappointed. Once again the naive unsuspecting American populace was subjected to the most sophisticated brainwashing that the Devil can administer. As I have said many times before, military aviation historian, Trevor James Constable said it best when he wrote that ‘the battle with UFOs is not for the planet of man but for the soul of man.’

Underneath Director Steven Spielberg’s excellent remake of H.G.Wells classic sci-fi tale is the laying of the groundwork for a deception so vast and so mind-boggling that it actually dwarfs the horrifying yet often maudlin 9/11 images that Spielberg tries to inject into the film. Truth is really stranger than fiction in this case. What the public is being prepared for and being deceived about is the greatest event in human history. An event when millions of people will suddenly disappear from the face of the earth in a twinkling of an eye. An event that I believe will be accompanied by a sky full of UFOs.

Over the last sixty years or so, we have been increasingly conditioned by movies such as “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”, “ET” and now evermore sinister movies like “Independence Day” and “War of the Worlds” to accept the concept of extraterrestrials. No matter that no evidence exists on that account and that it goes against the religious beliefs of many Jews and Christians, where man was created in the image of God and there can therefore be no more evolved species than man.

What am I trying to say, you are probably asking yourselves? What if the New Testament is correct and the day will come when Believers will be suddenly taken into the air to be with Jesus (IThess.4:16-17, ICor. 15:52) in what Paul called the harpazo (Gr.), the catching away. The English term we use is rapture from the Latin raptier. What if those left behind are to be deceived (2Thess.2:10-11) to believe that we were abducted by UFOs not caught away to be with the Lord?

This is why I called my first novel, “The Great Harpazo Deception: the real story of UFOs”. This will be the greatest deception of all time. Satan has been preparing us weak and gullible humans for this event for sixty years. More people can better relate to UFOs and aliens than they can to a personal loving God. Just as people disappeared in the movie “War of the Worlds” and were kept in cages on the alien ships, so will it be at the rapture. Afterwards, as I explained in my novel “Invasion: Israel” the world will be turned upside down by the disappearance of millions of people, especially here in Christian America.

Spielberg ends the movie with the trite saying. “Man does not live or die in vain.” The Bible is full of examples of vain people who reap what they sow and live miserable lives Man is destined to live and die in vain (Romans 1:21) unless he turns his life over to Jesus Christ who came and died for all of our sins.

Beware, people, Satan is using the concepts of aliens and UFOs to deceive you when one the greatest events in human history, the rapture of the saints, occurs. It is better to put your faith and trust in Jesus than in a bunch of aliens and UFOs that are nothing more than agents of the Devil himself.

About the Author:

Stephen M. Yulish, born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1947, received his BA from Case Western Reserve University in 1969, his MA in 1972, and his PhD in 1975 from the University of Illinois. His first book, The Search for a Civic Religion, was published in 1980. He was an Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona in Tucson and then became a Jewish Community Professional in Phoenix. Currently disabled with Multiple Sclerosis, the author is co-leader of Chayim Chadashim Messianic Fellowship and is on the Board of Reference for Jewish Voice Prophetic Magazine. He lives in Flagstaff, AZ, with his wife Paula and daughter Andrea.


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