The Extraterrestrials and Their Counterfeits
by Lydia Mancini (TheJinn.net)


Foreword by gary d. goodwin
The following article will not make some people very happy. That's too bad. Honestly speaking, I'm getting tired of hearing that "aliens are here to help us transition to the next level of consciousness." But if you want a rational explanation for what's going on in the skies and space above us, you must have an open mind and be willing to accept an alteration in your paradigm. When the subject of extraterrestrials is discussed in the public forum, it is usually a subject considered in isolation. Rarely is the subject or the possibility of beings from other "areas" of the universe paired with other ideas. The only exception to this statement is the obvious stated connection to government and the political conspiracy. To say this is true, is getting way ahead of the story. There needs to be building blocks of understanding of why things are the way they are. The following, well written idea is one of these building blocks. I recently had a well known television producer ask me why we were pairing religion with UFOs. Humanity is not just a story of today, it is a story related to innumerable myths, cultures, societies, and yes... religion. Sitchin is convinced that he has it right. Many things he does have right. However men lie - the records lie - gods lie - and lies upon lies are lies. But complete and total lies are easily recognized even by the simplest of us. But the difficult lies to pick out are the ones that are 90 percent truth and 10 percent lies. And then throw in a few millennia, and voila! You have an iron clad story that certainly sounds like the truth. It isn't Sitchin that's the liar, he's an honest scientist trying to find out the truth. The liar, the real liar, is that same old being that is the father of all lies and his multitude of followers that worship him. Does this mean I believe that extraterrestrials don't exist? "Then why the recent articles about the cubes and the belief in Martians?", you might be saying. Like I said, it's a big and very long story - the following building block will help you understand some of what we believe is happening. Don't focus too hard, you'll miss the big picture.

Revelations 12:7-11 "And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels, And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven. And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil , and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him. And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night. And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death."

Jude 1:6 "And the angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day."


The Counterfeits

"No social question -- and UFOs are a social question -- can be delineated in simple Yes or No terms: No, there are no such thing as UFOs; Yes, UFOs are extraterrestrial spaceships. The time is long past for such childish generalizations. Believers have to get over embracing every unidentified flying object as a spaceship, and every contrary explanation as blinkered skepticism or an evil government cover-up. And skeptics have to accept that people do see things they cannot explain. How we interpret what we see is what the game is all about." Paul B. Thompson

We simply don't yet know enough about how things work to make any assumptions about sightings of craft visiting earth.

Aside from reasoning that other conscious beings must exist in this seemingly infinite universe, and that many have the capacity to visit Earth, we should avoid assumptions about the nature of extraterrestrials. However, we can and should examine the likelihood that deceptive entities have been masquerading as them.

John Keel called them "Ultraterrestrials". Meade Layne knew them as "Etherians". Gordon Creighton introduced them to the western world with the ancient and well-known name of "Jinn". They’ve also been known as spirits, poltergeists, aliens and elementals.

It is important to know about them. It is absolutely essential to rule them out whenever considering the possible existence and/or presence of extraterrestrials. Why? Because they are the world's greatest tricksters and their ET charade may be the World's Greatest Hoax. They have thoroughly contaminated our thinking about extraterrestrials. Some among them pretend to be the embodiments of our science fiction fantasies. Some among them are good, while others are really demonic. The most powerful we call genii, origin for the word genius.

The Jinn concept offers a comprehensive and logical approach to looking at UFO's, cryptozoology, apparitions, magic, demons, monsters and many other mysteries. It is revelatory for exposing much of the simple minded games and satanic mischief which have baffled and misled us throughout history. Ignorance and prejudice have prevented the western world from realizing what the wisdom of Islamic culture has to say about these beings. It reads like a textbook description of the UFO phenomenon. It reveals the true nature of new age channeling, poltergeists, spoon bending and other tricks, and so much more. Gordon Creighton has enlightened us with a brilliant essay which deserves serious attention: "A Brief Account of the True Nature of the "UFO Entities". Gordon Creighton, now in his 90’s, served as a British Intelligence officer, and his familiarity with oriental culture enabled him to recognize the connection between Jinn and UFOs.
(Interesting interview with Creighton at this link: CLICK HERE)

The Jinn are real entities living on this earth which are normally invisible to us. The name comes from an Arabic word meaning "to hide or conceal". Their bodies are likely composed of what has been described as etheric matter. They don't live in bottles or adhere to the fairy tales told about them. Human beings are extremely susceptible to the fabrications of the Jinn. We believe what they want us to because their impressive materializations and deceptions are tailored to fit our fantasies and belief systems. Their comparative mastery of etheric forces bewilders and impresses us, and has always put us at a severe disadvantage in dealing with them, (plus the fact that we can't usually see them!). The more skilled among them have therefore always seemed to us to be gods and wizards. Now in modern times they've become the "aliens from a technologically advanced civilization". They are usually deceptive in their relationships with us, if not downright evil. They are movers behind the UFO mystery as well as many other mysteries. Every culture shows the deep and massive imprints of their influence in our religions and mythologies.

Among all the theories presented to account for the presence of alien beings such as: (1)Intergalactic travel,(2) Travel from the future,(3) Travel from the Inner Earth, and (4)Archetypal projections from the Collective Unconscious, very little consideration is given to the concept that some of them simply exist on the earth in a way that isn't generally perceptible to us. We continue to assume that we can perceive everything that is "real" with our 5 senses despite all the evidence to the contrary. An overzealous belief in a science and philosophy of materialism has probably resulted in an irrational amount of faith in our physical senses.
Studying and/or experiencing these Jinn enables a person to accept their existence. Once it is realized that unseen beings exist, it is fascinating to contemplate that there are likely to be inhabitants on other planets who are as hidden to us as the jinn are! So much life is crammed into a single cubic inch of backyard soil that it is unlikely that the potential inherent in a whole planet is just wasted. An egocentric, gotta-have-it-all-on-my-terms and see-it-with-my-bare-eyes mindset has probably been the biggest impediment to advances in scientific knowledge.

Before the invention of the microscope, medicine denied the existence of microbes. Even though we can't see radio waves we know they exist. Now we should realize that we aren’t likely to find life on other planets as long as we insist that it must be just like OUR life and apparent to OUR 5 senses.

The Jinn concept challenges us to realize how limited our perceptions are. Things really don't work quite the way we think they do. Life is an ever deepening mystery! Most of us aren’t comfortable with making that a part of our working hypothesis, but our explorations will be enriched and strengthened if we do.