Angels of the Lord

Angels of the Lord
Catalog # SKU3535
Publisher InnerLight/Global
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Arthur Crockett, Timothy Green Beckley, Sean Casteel, William Alexander Oribello
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Angels of the Lord

Calling Upon Your Guardian Angel
For Guidance and Protection

Arthur Crockett
Timothy Green Beckley
Sean Casteel
William Alexander Oribello

Most people are willing to pay lip service to the idea of angels, but few are ready to make that leap of faith and say they experience angels in real-world terms. Read stories of people whose very lives were saved by these normally unseen agents of God.



Ever wonder why angels are said to have wings? The late scholar Zechariah Sitchin, whose in-depth research into ancient religious myth knows few equals, explains how the iconic image of winged angels came to be.

If angels had not intervened, publisher, editor and writer Timothy Green Beckley would have gone "over the edge," so to speak, and this book would not be possible!

Did an angel appear from nowhere and spare rock guitar virtuoso Jimi Hendrix from a snowy, freezing death on the outskirts of Woodstock, New York, in 1965? Where would rock music be today without that apparent helping hand that allowed Hendrix to live on?

Abductees Raymond Fowler and Betty Andreasson Luca both hold firm to the belief that their contact experiences with "extraterrestrials" have been of an angelic nature. Why do they see the love of God manifested in what happened to them?

Much has been written about the dark side of the flying saucer phenomenon. Are you ready to read a more pleasant although an equally more challenging view of the moral character and abiding love of some of the UFO occupants?


Some of those reading our earlier collection "Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer - UFO Parasites, Alien 'Soul Suckers' And Invaders From Demonic Realms," expressed concern over our postulation that "aliens" represented demonic armed forces sent by Satan acting as his advance troops to subject humanity to the darkest mental and physical anguish imaginable. We quoted such experts as Jacques Vallee as saying, "UFOs are real but they are not physical. They are messengers of deception," and that, "The UFO beings of today belong to the same class of manifestations as the (occult) entities that were described in centuries past."

We also noted a rather sensational statement in a Library of Congress publication about UFOs that, "A large part of the available UFO literature is closely linked with mysticism and the metaphysical. It deals with subjects like mental telepathy, automatic writing and invisible entities as well as phenomena like poltergeist manifestations and possession. Many of the UFO reports now being published in the popular press recount alleged incidents that are strikingly similar to demonic possession and psychic phenomena that have long been known to theologians and parapsychologists." The late Lord Hill Norton, former U.K. Defence Chief and head of the British Fleet, expressed the opinion that UFOs represented more of a religious phenomenon than a military problem.

But there is another side of the cosmic coin to consider. To simplify things, for those who accept a literal interpretation of Biblical text, God and his forces are not about ready to turn over and play dead. In the struggle for humanity, God has created his own legion of soldiers, some of whom may have craft they travel in which we call UFOs.

The internet site BibleUFO.Com/angel, which offers a "traditional Christian outlet on the web," lets even the most faithless amongst us gain a bit more knowledge of the stature of angels and their connection with unexplained aerial and mysterious ground level phenomenon: "Angels are the messengers and most physically present of the spiritual beings in the eternal world of the Elohim. The word used in the Old Testament is Malak, pronounced mal-awk' and means to dispatch as a deputy; a messenger; specifically, of God.

They serve the Elohim, though obviously not in absolute perfection, as conveyors of thought and action. They are not gods. They are protectors of the Elohim and mankind. They are not described as having wings, halos, harps, or having the appearance of the orthodox portrayal as commonly seen in paintings and other representations. Angels can appear in flying vehicles or on terra firma and are often in some form of brilliant uniform. There are at least 2 ranks of angels with the archangels being superior in rank. Satan was, of course, an angel, apparently of very high rank though in earlier times he attempted to take over the throne of the Elohim. Angels appear almost 200 times in the Bible so the entries in this section deal with those references that relate to appearances in the sky, vehicles, and close encounters."

175 pages - 8½ x11; softcover

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