||Stephen Yulish was always interested in UFOs and was a member of NICAP and APRO in the
1960s after reading Project Bluebook. He studied astronomy and exobiology at
Case Western Reserve University and graduated in 1969. He eventually became a
History Professor at The University of Arizona for seven years where he visited
Allen Hyneck's Tucson group. He became interested in Bible Prophecy after he had
a headon collision with Jesus Christ in 1988. He is presently disabled with MS
and writes about endtime scenarios. Email Stephen Yulish. Visit Stephen Yulish's website.
Posted 18:30 July 1, 2007
Photo of an Anunnaki wearing bird type helmet.
Dr. Cristian Negureanu's treatise, The Unknown History of Mankind-The Bodies of Messiah, which appeared in the June 23 UFO Digest, fails not only the testing of the spirits that John discusses in 1 John 4:1 but also fails 14th century William of Ockman's famous lex pasimoniae, or law of parsimony or succinctness. William was a logician and Franciscan Friar who came up with the now famous axiom known as Ockham's Razor that states that with all things being equal the simplest explanation to a problem is the best one.
After dismissing individually the Sumerian, Assyrian, Babylonian, and Hittite accounts, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Book of Enoch, the Bible and the Koran, Dr. Negureanu writes that none of these alone "will lead to any coherent explanation concerning the formation of the earth, the origins of the human race, and its role in the universe because these writings interfere one with the other." He advocates a "synthetic approach" to all of them.
Instead of accepting the Bible's version that man was created from the earth by God (Yahweh) in his own image but that man fell to sin in the Garden of Eden and thus Yahweh sent His only begotten Son to redeem mankind, Dr. Negureanu comes up with a complicated, convoluted explanation that would baffle William of Ockham. It sure did set my head spinning. In my estimation, it takes more blind faith to believe his fantasies than it does to believe the Bible.
He writes that 445,000 years ago, the Anunnaki/Elohim Gods came to earth from the planet Nibiru which is ruled by Yahweh and were led by Azazel. They established Eridu, Earth Station 1, south of Mesopotamia in search of gold to protect the atmosphere of their home planet. See my article, Behold Azazel: The Extraterrestrial Fallen Angel, UFO Digest January 3, 2007. These are obviously fallen angels not aliens. Azazel is one for sure according to Jewish lore.
Then 440,000 years ago, Enlil/Jesus came to earth in a spaceship and founded the town of Nippur. He was the brother of Enki. They were both sons of Yahweh. Dr.Negureanu quoted Carl Jung's Psychoanalysis of the Religious Phenomena, where Jung speaks of the doctrine of the two sons of God, the elder of whom was Satanael. This notion that somehow Jesus and Satan are brothers is certainly a part once again of Mormonism but not Christianity.