What happened to the Old Religion?There’s a growing disillusionment in institutions like the traditional Church and its partner, the dishonest, corrupt US government and its lying media. As a result, it seems that are more skeptical than every of any kind of belief system that doesn’t offer any real explanation for the world in which we live. Thus, we must ask, are Bigfoot, aliens and Dogman the New Religion?
No Room for Belief in ScienceHow did this kind of paradox and parallel belief system come about? What are the implications for society as people seem to be looking in the strangest places for new gods? I believe first and foremost, it stems from the mistake of applying the term ‘belief’ to what is nothing but a scientific question. In other words, it is not about believing at all, it is a question of – is there enough scientific evidence to confirm the existence – and that’s it. Yes or no.
Different Government Agencies, Different TruthsThe result of telling someone there is no harm in smoking cigarettes is that the messenger has little credibility when smokers die of cancer and emphysema en masse. At a time when there is a crises of faith and trust in what used to be the trusted order of the establishment, there is also one of the greatest psychological manipulations in modern history.
Semantic Mind ControlIn my book, Deceptions of the Ages: “Mormons” Freemasons and Extraterrestrials, I point out the manipulation of the UFO question and other “conspiracy” topics as a question of belief. This is a form of semantic mind control. In other words, no one poses a simple question of yes or no, based upon proven and substantiated data collected from eye witnesses and physical remnants of visitations. Rather than asking if people think there are UFO’s etc, the question is always worded as a question of belief.
Do You Believe?
- “UFO’s – Do you believe?”
- “Bigfoot – Do you believe?”
- Dogman – do you believe in Dogman?”
Has the Alien, Bigfoot and Dogman Question Cost the Government its Credibility?Even the Bigfoot, Alien and Dogman communities themselves have long since adopted the theme of ‘believing’ in UFO’s or ‘Wanting to Believe’ in Bigfoot. This is because of conditioning through corporate/government/media influence. Or, possibly it’s because they don’t see anything wrong with riding the coat tails of the success of popular TV shows like the X Files,
We’ve Seen the Evidence and We Think There is Something ThereAt Encounters USA, we don’t believe in a Bigfoot, a Dogman or extraterrestrial civilizations. We have seen the evidence and we say there is something that needs a lot more investigation. It is our job at Encounters USA to bring the evidence that is out there to you. We do so in the form of podcasts, videos, blogs, research and actual field investigations. We hope you will join us in our journey. Thank you for stopping by! Please support us by subscribing, sharing & buying something fun for yourself from our Encounters USA shop. P.S. For all of you Christians, there is good news. The US Government and our elected officials also deny the existence of God and the Divinity of Jesus Christ. Let’s watch and see how that works out for them! Don’t miss our next blog post.
Matthew Heines is an author and veteran of the US 82nd Airborne Division with over twenty years of experience teaching in the USA, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman. Matthew Heines has six books currently in publication titled, My Year in Oman, Another Year in Oman, Killing Time in Saudi Arabia, Deceptions of the Ages, The Rainier Paradigm and Heinessights: Wisdom for the Ages. Currently living near Seattle, in Washington State, Matthew Heines is active in politics and has run, and is currently running for the US House of Representatives.