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Radical Rethinking – New Ways and New World Views
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Chapter Thirteen

How Much Truth Is There in Science Fiction?

Risi, Armin – TranscEnding the Global Power Game – Hidden Agendas, Divine Intervention and the New Earth (2010)
Regarding the depth and quality of their contents, contemporary revelations are certainly not unholier than canonized texts of the Bible and other religious books. Rather, they are the fruits of an increased spiritual ‘output’ containing many topics which could not be told earlier, or which had been deleted by some ‘representatives of God’.

The texts quoted in the previous chapter have illustrated the broad spectrum of these topics in their interwoven complexity: the spiritual origins of mankind, the existence of advanced civilizations in the past, the yuga cycles, the role of extraterrestrial beings in past and present human history, the infiltration of religions and governments by dark forces, psychophysical and genetic manipulation of the human race, the transfer of secret technology for ulterior motives, the presence of godless and God-devoted beings, etc.

Are the psychics who claim to receive such information simply ‘contaminated’ by science fiction and fantasy products? How, then, could ancient writers and prophets come up with similar themes? Could it be that today’s producers of such films and novels are ‘inspired’, too? Are they – and their fans – spellbound by such topics due to a subconscious resonance? Have they been connected to these dimensions in their past lifetimes, and are they now simply projecting their suppressed fears, hopes and traumatic experiences? Tele-vision as a substitute for psychic visions of extraterrestrial worlds and star wars …?

St John’s Revelation speaks about a war in heaven provoked by the dragon, Satan personified. What is this dragon in its original form? The answer to this question, with its multi-faceted implications, was one of the things that were to be revealed later, when the people were prepared to grasp it. This is now the case, only since twenty or thirty years (not least due to the many presentations designated as fantasy and science fiction). In plain words, the ‘dragon’ symbolizes the force behind the destructive rulers on earth who are instrumentalized by non-terrestrial entities – ‘manifestations of a development that took place outside the human race; they have their origin in the dimensions of the [astral] lizards and snakes’ (p. 330). Being intellectually very advanced, they possess technomagical means of manipulation, but they are devoid of positive emotions and are spiritually impoverished. Symbolically, they are cold-blooded. This reptoid force (‘the dragon …’) is attempting to hold off the transformation of the earth (‘… will try to devour the new-born child’). However, there will be startling divine interventions: ‘a hand reaching down from heaven will save the child’.

Reptoid influence at the beginning of Kali-yuga

Dragon-like powers are mentioned in contemporary and biblical texts and also in all other religions and native traditions. A lot of detailed information is found in the ancient scriptures of India. One example is the description of how the present dark age (Kali-yuga) began five thousand years ago, written down in the last of the twelve cantos of the Shrimad-Bhagavatam. This amazing story goes as follows:

At the end of the preceding age (Dvapara-yuga), the dark forces wanted to kill Maharaja Pariksit, the holy king of Bharata (India), because he maintained a divine atmosphere which prevented Kali’s influence from manifesting on earth. Using a human agent, in this case the proud son of a priest (brahmana), they managed to curse the king, who now became vulnerable and thus exposed to magical attacks. It was at this moment that an astral entity of the lineage of the Nagas (‘snakes’: the Draconians or Reptoids) went into action. Nagas are semi-physical beings with immense magical abilities. For example, they can alter their bodily shape and appear as humans among humans, maintaining their form under certain conditions or for a certain time.

With this ability, the said Naga entity called Takshaka took on a materialized human body. By bribing a high priest, he gained access to this last Dvapara-king, whom he killed with his fiery poison. However, due to the extreme exertion of materializing and spending himself, the mutated Naga agent could no longer maintain his human form and fell back into his Naga shape – a sudden macabre ‘shape-shifting’ in front of everyone’s eyes. With his last strength he managed to escape by teleporting himself to his lair-base. Seeing the murdered king, the assembled priests wanted to punish the heinous killer by death through fire. They began to use magical mantras to forcibly drag him back to the scene. Being pulled by their invisible energies, Takshaka was no longer able to withstand this superior power, and in great desperation he fled to Indra, the king of the celestial realms. Indra, being neutral and seeing the workings of Providence, allowed him to take refuge in his spaceship. In the meantime, the priests’ act of revenge was stopped due to the intervention of the heavenly sage Brihaspati.

… continued in TranscEnding the Global Power Game, p. 335