Firstly, one's belief about the existence of aliens doesn't affect one's Earthly worldview performance either way. Ergo they've little involvement in Earth's affairs.
Panspermia makes sense. I've no opinion on the probability of intelligent life evolving. I doubt it happened by accident on Earth, given the Genesis account.
The Bible describes at minimum extradimensional beings, e.g. Jesus walking through walls. There may also be intrasolar and intersolar aliens. The apparent existence of a menagerie of earthbound spirits suggests a diversity in the heavens as well.
The events of Revelations imply an alien contact event. What better way to unite the world under one religion, one state?
Thus Christians should not take self-proclaimed aliens intersolar aliens at their word. Perhaps they come from Nbiru; perhaps they are spirits of the air originating from Earth. Perhaps Mars was their once-green planet, and now they wander damned until the final judgment. Perhaps the asteroid belt has a grim tale to tell of Tiamat.
Anyhow, even the sci-fi materialist finds it prudent to watch the skies for hostile invaders, or worse, ambassadors bearing glass beads and blankets.
Aliens are a politically convenient fiction. Perhaps Q stated aliens exist to discredit himself in the eyes of the respectable establishment, the better to communicate with his credulous base. Aliens are a convenient distraction from political scandal and covert Air Force programs alike.
But the Bible teaches there are indeed things that go bump in the dark – albeit always spirits, it seems. At minimum, Christians should expect spirits to be misidentified as aliens in materialistic modernity.
Former Israeli space security chief says aliens exist, humanity not ready
Is this Jewish misinformation to distract from the 2020 election, a book launch publicity stunt, or an old man with nothing to lose telling the truth?
I dismissed this story at first, but while showering my mind changed.
Given how thoroughly Israeli loyalists has penetrated the USA, it's credible that Israel would know the USA's biggest secret, and participate directly in the relationship despite apparently lacking the standing to do so. It would also fit Revelations.
The 87-year-old former space security chief gave further descriptions about exactly what sort of agreements have been made between the aliens and the US, which ostensibly have been made because they wish to research and understand "the fabric of the universe." This cooperation includes a secret underground base on Mars, where there are American and alien representatives.
This doesn't make sense. There is no benefit to a research base on Mars. But a false presentation of alien motives is also consistent with Revelations and human history.
Trump was going to reveal the existence of the aliens, but:
Galactic Federation reportedly stopped him from doing so, saying they wished to prevent mass hysteria since they felt humanity needed to "evolve and reach a stage where we will… understand what space and spaceships are," Yediot Aharonot reported.
This is the first detail that struck me. Superficially, it sounds stupid, not persuasive. Moreover, this would be the perfect spot for someone with a political agenda to insert some editorializing about the inadequacies of the human condition. However, any Galactic Federation would be composed by such divergent life forms that a bar for revelation would have to be both technical and basic… such as a comprehension of space and spaceships.
Or, if the aliens wished to introduce themselves as space gods, they had best wait until their debut will prove more persuasive to the public than legacy religions. Which requires an understanding of what space is.
Next, the claims about Trump's about-face do feel correct. In hindsight, it felt like his administration was gradually building towards a disclosure about aliens. There was the uncharacteristic Navy openness about UFOs. The article mentions the new Space Force.
Eshed's revelation also fits with an odd Q drop I'd dismissed as likely disinfo:
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 98088e No.3094236 📁
Sep 19 2018 19:25:34 (EST)
Are we alone ?
Consider the vastness of space.
The vastness of space might refer to a Galactic Federation with only minimal contact with Earth.
Yeah, I Was Briefed On UFOs
BUT I'M NOT SAYIN' WHAT'S UP!!!
12/1/2020 5:37 AM PM
Finally, there is Obama's reaction, which seems to hold more surprise in his "lips sealed" expression than is warranted for an Air Force disinfo campaign. His laughter is also a bit too big afterward. Not that I think I can read that practiced liar. I hate his mannerisms too much to even clock a baseline. And Obama could be in on the 2020 election distraction campaign
On balance, I think aliens exist and are in contact with the USG, more likely than not. Or at least something posing as aliens is.