Angels, aliens or alternate universes?

@Rallon (441)
United States
February 2, 2010 11:57pm CST
Which do you think is more likely: angels, aliens or alternate universes? Personally, I sure hope angels do exist. Then again, I guess it's possible that angels ARE aliens from an alternate universe! If aliens do exist, I wonder if they believe in angels or aliens for that matter.
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@RobtheRock (2485)
• United States
6 Feb 10
Hi Rallon, I believe in Angels. Angels might be what we call aliens, I don't know. There's a lot we don't know about the universe, so we don't know what angels or sprits are. If one lived long enough and encountered them, then they probably could explain Angels. But we are still babies in the womb of the universe. If mankind has been around for a million years and the universe is billions of years old, then we are way behind somebody or God. Angels would be far beyond our comprehension to explain, if we saw one. So for us, they're just called angels and I believe in them. I used to believe in aliens, and mathematically alternate universes are possible. Sometimes when a person cannot remember something that I know they said, I wonder if I might not be in an alternative universe. There is something in the Bible about the rich person who was cruel and wouldn't feed a poor person who begged for food. That rich person then went to hell. He was thirsty and looked up and saw this righteous person and begged for some water. But the righteous person was right in front of and above the rich man and could not help him. (For some of you Christians, it says something about being in someone's belly.) This, to me, is a discription of another dimension. And alternate universes can either be in our dimension or in others.
@Rallon (441)
• United States
7 Feb 10
Wow, good answer! I believe similarly too. I often wonder what's on the other side of the known universe. It's kind of crazy to think about, but maybe that's where Heaven is? Certainly the edge is so far away that no man could ever travel there no matter how fast our spaceships get or how long we travel (it gets further away from us everyday). Since the universe is so unimaginably huge, I often hope that when Jesus returns he will grant us the ability to visit these far off worlds. If not, I wonder why they're there in the first place. On the other hand, heaven will undoubtedly such a wondrous place that space travel probably won't be a big concern. Still, man has such a strong and natural desire to take to the stars that I think that this desire means something.
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• United States
8 Feb 10
Thanks Rallon. When you said "I often hope that when Jesus returns he will grant us the ability to visit these far off worlds", it reminds me of when I wrote a children's book manuscript and sent it out. It was about travelling throughout the universe on God's hand. My manuscript was rejected. Yet I agree with you that it would be marvelous to see God's wonders, the Glory of the universe.
@lampar (7591)
• United States
3 Feb 10
I think alien is more likely to exist than angel. The probability of encounter with an alien in the future whether in the vast outer space or in another galaxy is higher, than seeing an angel falling from heaven in religion teaching. lol!!
@bogdan06 (19)
• Romania
3 Feb 10
The aliens and the alternate universes seems to be more likely because you can test it and, eventually, prove it's existence. In my opinion, the angels existence is just an legend because there are no proofs. A lot of eye witnesses claim to have seen UFOs and other stuff like that. Even the military.
@yogeshdhusa (2237)
• India
3 Feb 10
hi ! Rallon I believe there are angles to help us created by god because we have not seen them but the effect or there help is always there and about aliens we have not seen them and i believe alternate universe is our past or future which we cannot see or predict Thank you for starting the discussion