Alien Gods is a one hour documentary that explores the theory that life on Earth may have been created by Extraterrestrials. It is a documentary that explores the ever popular UFO issue, ... See full summary »

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Alien Gods is a one hour documentary that explores the theory that life on Earth may have been created by Extraterrestrials. It is a documentary that explores the ever popular UFO issue, but with twist. Alien Gods starts with the examination of ancient artifacts and religious manuscripts for some sign of evidence that can prove alien intervention. In addition, Alien Gods explores the religious cults that firmly believe this theory. Within this documentary is an intimate interview with "Rael," the leader of the Raelian Movement, who has recently claimed the creation of the first human clone. Rael discusses his beliefs on cloning and speaks of how he visited an alien planet with the Elohim, who he believes are the creators of all life on Earth. Written by Will Raee

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We were never alone.

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26 February 2003 (USA)  »

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a different point of view
19 October 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This documentary DVD offers other points of view on god and the creation of life rather then the stock standard Bible and other holy books have offered. People may look and ridicule such ideas and beliefs, though take a step back and see if through another persons eyes your own beliefs do not look strange and fantastic. The documentary goes into the Raelians, the Urantia movement, the Aetherius society and a snapshot at historical UFO encounters long forgotten that are viewable if you look for them, noting the Nazca plains being messages to the gods. It also dabs a little into the Heavens gate cult and other such cult movement. The main point to the DVD is too put forth the idea that Aliens not as we all know them or that are portrayed in film have had a hand in the creation of man in its own image and that through documents such as the bible these claims can be verified. That there may or may not be a spiritual realm that we are a part of and may or may not go there depending on our deeds.

Overall its not a bad DVD. It offers an alternative look at the Big Question.

Watch it for yourself and make up your own mind.


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