The Original UFO Lie and Pagan Armageddon

It’s April 17th, and instead of fact checking the lies Trump told at yesterday’s Covid19 briefing, I want to talk about the original UFO lie that happened in Aurora Texas. 

In was in 1897 that the UFO hoax occurred in Aurora Texas.  I’ve been there and read the plaque, the hoax is real.  The residents of Aurora claimed that an alien airship crashed in the town and that the alien pilot was given a Christian burial.  The hoax was later acknowledged by one of the Christian pranksters.

~~ Eso Terry


Thutmosis III statue in Luxor Museum

According to my favorite Pagan writer (Barbar Ardinger) in her book “Pagan Every Day,” April 17 is the day in 1468 B.C.E when Pharaoh Tuthmoses III of the Eighteenth Dynasty won the battle of Armageddon.

The battle, which involved more than 30,000 men, took place at the fortress of Megiddo (near Haifa in modern Israel).  The Egyptian force defeated assembled armies that no doubt included Hebrew warriors.  The writers of the Old Testament somehow neglected to mention this battle, but John, author of the Book of Revelation, picked it up to be his metaphor for the Apocalypse, or final battle of the world.



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