Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Call It ‘E.T.-Ster’ Instead

TRENTON, Mich. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Maybe Easter should be called “E.T.-Ster” instead.

That’s because David Twichell, a UFO expert in Trenton, Michigan, claims biblical texts reveal that aliens abducted Jesus just moments after he was crucified and then reanimated him.

Twichell also says Roman soldiers at Jesus’ burial site reported seeing strange lights which he says sound similar to those seen by modern-day UFO abductees.

Based on his research, Twichell believes Jesus was fathered by a being from outer space who wanted to spread a universal message that there is one spiritual creator in the universe.

It might sound spacey, but Twichell says the Bible is chock full of space visitors – except they’re called “angels,” not E.T.s.

Twichell discusses his theory in The UFO-Jesus Connection (Infinity Publishing).

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