what do you think of this theory about jesus and aliens??
THE GOSPEL OF JUDAS”:
WAS JUDAS AN ABDUCTEE?
sources: The Gospel of Judas
sources: Edited by Rodolphe Kasser, Marvin Meyer, and Gregor Wurst
sources: Published in book form complete with commentary by The National Geographic Society.
“Lift up your eyes and look at the cloud and the light within it and the stars surrounding it.
The star that leads the way is your star.
Judas lifted up his eyes and saw the luminous cloud, and he entered it”.
The release in April 2006 of a translation of the recently discovered ‘Gospel of Judas’ that has been tentatively dated to 130-170 C.E., has been the cause of great controversy.
Many have made the claim that this ancient text indicates that Christ actually instructed Judas to betray him and that Judas was in reality a favoured apostle who was simply obeying orders. The line goes that all this had to be done so that Jesus could demonstrate the Resurrection and thus be acclaimed the Son of God. Judas it seems, according to this interpretation, was a mere instrument to help achieve this. Another inference taken from the Gospel is that Judas was a confidante of Christ who was privileged enough to receive private instruction in the ‘mysteries of the kingdom’
However could it in fact be the case that quite the converse is true?
Could “The Gospel of Judas” contain evidence that Judas may have been following an agenda that was not human in origin ?
At one point in the Gospel Judas relates to Jesus a dream of a house surrounded by “great people”. In his dream Judas asks to be let into this house. Jesus replies to Judas:
“Judas, your star has led you astray ………No person of mortal birth is worthy to enter the house you have seen, for that place is reserved for the holy. Neither the sun nor the moon will rule there, nor the day, but the holy will abide there always, in the eternal realm with the holy angels. Look, I have explained to you the mysteries of the kingdom  and I have taught you about the error of the stars”.
Jesus thus talks about “the error of the stars” and tells Judas that his “star” has “led” him “astray”. This prompts Judas to ask Jesus: “Master, could it be that my seed is under the control of the rulers?”
Could the “stars” refer to actual locations out in space?
Could “the error of the stars” refer to the “error” of the entities who come from these locations?
Could Judas be asking Christ directly if his own biological line could be alien controlled, “ruled over” by a “host of angels of the stars”: “Master, could it be that my seed is under the control of the rulers?”
Could it be that Jesus is suggesting the dominance of Judas by an influence of some extra-terrestrial aspect, the alien ‘fathers’ that according to Nigel Kerner’s thesis have sponsored the ‘evolution’ of Homo Sapiens Sapiens?
If all the above is indeed so, it would infer that something in or about Judas is connected to the alien cartel. This inference is backed up by a remarkable account of a certain incident in which Jesus asks Judas to look up at the sky at something which resembles a space-ship:
“Lift up your eyes and look at the cloud and the light within it and the stars surrounding it. The star that leads the way is your star.”
It may be that an abduction experience is then described:
“Judas lifted up his eyes and saw the luminous cloud, and he entered it”.
Could this “star” have been Judas’s particular alien sponsor, the breed of aliens (from a planet in another constellation of stars out in space) that had intercepted his biological line?