Prophetic words have been going out pointing directly at the Great Deception that is coming involving both artificial intelligence and the ongoing UFO/UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) debate.
Recently, NASA's announcement of utilizing AI in a much greater capacity seems to line up with exactly what Christian experts in the field have said regarding end-times AI and alien reports.
NASA has declared that AI and machine learning will play a crucial role in the quest to discover and validate the existence of extraterrestrial life and UFOs. In its recent 36-page UFO report, NASA acknowledged that it lacks sufficient high-quality data to draw a definitive scientific conclusion about the origins of UFOs.
NASA administrator Bill Nelson emphasized the importance of AI, stating, "We will use AI and machine learning to search the skies for anomalies and will continue to search the heavens for habitable reality." He stressed that AI is a promising tool that should not be limited in its application.
Dr. Nicola Fox, NASA's associate administrator, expanded on this point, highlighting AI's ability to uncover hidden patterns within data. She explained that AI can help scientists find important signals buried within complex data sets, comparing it to finding a needle in a haystack.
The use of AI played a central role in the report prepared by the 16-member independent UAP research team. The report emphasizes the need for advanced data analysis techniques, including AI and machine learning, alongside systematic data collection and robust data management.
It's important to note that NASA's study of UAPs is distinct from the Pentagon's investigation conducted by the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office. Nevertheless, the two investigations run parallel tracks with collaborative efforts.
NASA's approach involves seeking external counsel through independent study teams, a formal part of its scientific process. The goal is to create a roadmap for using scientific tools to gather and evaluate data while offering suggestions for the future.
For Christian end-times experts, however, this all leads to the global Great Deception taking place.
Both Nephilim expert L.A. Marzulli and prophetic voice Joseph Z say the end goal of this coming alien-focused, end-times deception is the declaration that there is no God.
"We are seeing the beginnings of that strong delusion, and the strong delusion is, 'Well, there is no God. We [aliens] actually created all life on this planet,' when they show up," Marzulli tells Charisma News in a recent interview. "'We created all life. We genetically manipulated early man; we started the earth civilizations, the earliest religions. Now, at this critical juncture in human history, we are back to usher mankind's Gold Age.'"
Joseph Z fortifies this sentiment, discussing this very topic months before NASA made the announcement in another Charisma News interview:
"Fallen angels want to deceive, and I believe they have the ability to understand technology and multiple dimensions," he says. "That's why you can see these alien craft appearing and disappearing. ... You've got these experts that do not know God and saying it's massless, it's obviously from another planet or universe. Really, it just goes into this deception."
Joseph Z says we will continue to see more and more disclosure on UFOs, to the point where video and graphics become so clear that they become believable and people will begin to say that "we are not alone in the universe."
"They will completely bring out disclosure until they finally reveal the truth," he says. "And the truth they will bring out is the deception that says, 'We are your creators": we planted you here; we did all of it. It all goes back to Genesis 6. It is a lying scenario by fallen angels rebelling against God, and they are working for Lucifer.
"They want to begin to deceive the masses to lead people away from Jesus," Joseph Z adds. "But the answer is the same: Jesus Christ is Lord."
Bishop Alan DiDio also exhorts believers to discern the spiritual nature of these occurrences and what they mean going into the end-times deception.
"It's interesting, the phrase 'non-human origin,' not extraterrestrial, not outer space, simply non-human, which I appreciate, because I think it's a far more biblical description of what we're looking at," says DiDio.
"A lot of UFO reports, UAP reports, are hoaxes," he adds. "Even more of them are advanced military technology ... but the question is: Is there a portion of them that are of non-human origin? I think this is really important, because I think this plays into the Antichrist narrative in the last days."
In the face of uncertain phenomena and spiritual deception, believers are called to exercise discernment and trust in God's Word.
By remaining anchored in biblical truth, cultivating spiritual discernment and relying on the Holy Spirit's guidance, we can navigate through the complexities of the end times and avoid falling into deception (Eph. 6:10-11, 2 Tim. 3:16-17, 1 John 4:1).
James Lasher is staff writer for Charisma Media.
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