Are there Jewish ETs? 6/23/2023

This article is based on a new (2023) book by Dr. Michael Salla, in which he interviews a young, Hispanic member of the U.S. Army who goes by the pseudonym J.P. He claims to be allowed to disclose great secrets about alien life so long as he does not reveal his real name. The link to buy the book is at  SHOCKER: It may indicate that some aliens are JEWS!

The description of an alien flag may point to what I suspect about a link between Israel and ET. The ET flag is described on page 293. J.P.’s English (his third language) is not the best. It states:

It was like a blue and white flag, it was kind of weird, but it’s similar to the Israeli flag, but it was different. It had two gold angels by the Star of David, but the flag was different; it was blue, white, and gold. The two angels were gold, and they were like (it) … looks like the ark of the covenant type.



Figure 1 above. The Israeli version  of their flag is shown with three versions of the alien flag seen. It is believed that the ark of the covenant shown in Option A is  only shown due to less then perfect phrasing in J.P.’s description. Thus option B or C are more likely what was seen but a photo or better description is needed to accurately describe the exact shape of the two angels depicted.



QUESTION: Were the ten lost tribes of Israel taken by aliens who then interbred with them?

Even before the Jewish tribes came into existence, by the 6th chapter in the book of Genesis there are references to beings who intermingle with — OK, who interbreed with — human beings, including “b’ney Elohim” and “nefilim.” While again, we are instructed not to belabor the meaning of these beings and incidents, lest our minds grow fuzzy and our teeth fall out, it isn’t lost on some scholars that “nefilim” means “fallen,” as in “fallen from the sky.” Either or both of these non-human species could well be our brothers from another planet. (They are referred to as males.)

The ten lost tribes were exiled from the Kingdom of Israel after its conquest by the Neo-Assyrian Empire c. 722 BCE. They were named as follows: Reuben, Simeon, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Manasseh, and Ephraim; (all but Judah and Benjamin as well as some members of Levi, the priestly tribe, which did not have its own territory).

QUESTION: Does Judaism require belief in extraterrestrials? The Forward, a Jewish magazine, writes, “Contemporary Rabbi Benjamin Blech once wrote, “What is fascinating … is that a significant body of opinion in traditional sources not only validates the possibility for alien life on other planets but actually finds biblical and midrashic confirmation for this view, even as it suggests that belief in an all-powerful God forbids placing any limitations on the extent of his creative powers.” In other words, a strong belief in an omnipotent God cannot logically exclude the possibility of other worlds populated by other creatures.

Blech’s colleage David Weintraub, professor of astronomy at Vanderbilt University and the author of “Religions and Extraterrestrial Life: How Will We Deal With It?,” posits that Jewish theology may actually require a belief in extraterrestrials since there are no limits on the power of the Creator. He writes, “[F]or Jews to say that no life beyond the Earth could possibly exist would be unacceptable, as such an idea would appear to place shackles on God’s creative power. The universe belongs to God and God can do what God wishes to do with the universe.” (According to the Jewish sage Albert Einstein, God draws the line at playing dice.)

The Forward once ran a short piece entitled “Putting Israel’s UFO Frenzy Into Historical Perspective,” after videos surfaced purporting to show UFOs hovering over the Jerusalem skyline. Unidentified flying objects are no stranger to the Holy Land. The Bible is full of accounts of sightings of heavenly beings. Indeed, a cornerstone of Jewish liturgy is the line from Psalms 19:2 — “The heavens declare the glory of God” —- which some sages read to mean that we earthly inhabitants are not alone among the creatures in the universe who praise Hashem.

In the Book of Judges (5:23), a passage reads, “Curse Meroz, said the angel of the Lord, curse bitterly its inhabitants.” The 18th century sage Rabbi Pinchas Eliyahu Horowitz claimed to have found Talmudic backing for his belief that Meroz was another planet, just one of many other worlds that God created.

Mid-20th century kabbalist Aryeh Kaplan was also a professor of physics, and he often sought to find common ground between the two disciplines. For Rabbi Kaplan, there was no question that extraterrestrial life existed and that it was discussed in the Zohar. Kaplan wrote, “The Midrash teaches us that there are seven earths. Although the Ibn Ezra tries to argue that these refer to the seven continents, the Zohar clearly states that the seven are separated by a firmament and are inhabited. Although they are not inhabited by man, they are the domain of intelligent creatures.”

Israel’s top scientist Haim Eshed reveals people on Mars. HAIM ESHED is encoded at the same skip as MARS (best spelling), LIFE, ALIEN and GRAY. PLEIADES  one skip away with UFO is at the same absolute skip. Odds against this matrix are about 22,162,538 to 1. The most significant a priori term is MARS which was found at a special case skip against  odds of about 411 to 1.



I have published information before about Haim Eshed. As head of the Israeli Space Agency for about 30 years, he  really surprised the rest of the world when he announced that the Israelis are working with aliens, but when aliens start showing up elsewhere on Earth with a version of the Israeli flag to represent their nation it’s time to start asking some serious questions. What, exactly, is the relationship  of Israel with ET? I have long suspected a link between our people and ET that began with the predicted conception and birth of Isaac, the first person to be born into Judaism. 


Who were the three men who visited Abraham and Sarah to predict the birth of Isaac? Were they angels or aliens? Let’s examine the text.

The Three Visitors Genesis 18:1-18:5

18 1 The Lord appeared to Abraham near the great trees of Mamre while he was sitting at the entrance to his tent in the heat of the day. Abraham looked up and saw three men (shelosha anashim = 3 men) standing nearby. When he saw them, he hurried from the entrance of his tent to meet them and bowed low to the ground.

He said, “If I have found favor in your eyes, my lord,[a] do not pass your servant by. Let a little water be brought, and then you may all wash your feet and rest under this tree. Let me get you something to eat, so you can be refreshed and then go on your way—now that you have come to your servant.”

“Very well,” they answered, “do as you say.” The word for men is used again in Genesis 18:16 and 18:22 when they started again to walk toward Sodom and in Genesis 19:5, 19:10 through Genesis 19:14 outside and inside of Lot’s house; but HaShem  (The Name) is also intermittently used (in Genesis 18:1, 18:13, 18:17, 18:19, 18:20, 18:26, 18:33, to indicate G0d who is employing the landing party and who is also  in direct contact with Abraham.

The Birth of Isaac (Genesis 21:22:1-7)

21 1 Now the Lord was gracious to Sarah as he had said, and the Lord did for Sarah what he had promised. Sarah became pregnant and bore a son to Abraham in his old age, at the very time God had promised him. Abraham gave the name Isaac[a] to the son Sarah bore him. When his son Isaac was eight days old, Abraham circumcised him, as God commanded him. Abraham was a hundred years old when his son Isaac was born to him.

Sarah said, “God has brought me laughter, and everyone who hears about this will laugh with me.” And she added, “Who would have said to Abraham that Sarah would nurse children? Yet I have borne him a son in his old age.”

With regards to this “landing party” 0f three, initial use of the word men may indicate that if they were alien, they were likely a humanoid species like the Nordics or Pleiadians. The term for angels is used for two of them in Genesis 19:1 and Genesis 19:35. There are six other uses of the term for angels (malachim) in Torah, however all of them (in Numbers 32:4, 32:7, Numbers 20:14, Numbers 21:21, Numbers 22:5 ad Deuteronomy 2:26 are translated as messengers. Could the correct interpretation for Genesis 19:1 and 19:15 really be messengers rather than angels? Yes. Sodom was destroyed because its incredible immorality. Genesis 19:6-9 reads as follows:

Lot went out to them to the entrance and shut the door behind them, And he said , “I beg you, my brothers, do not act wickedly. See, now, I have two daughters who have never known a man. I shall bring them out to you and do to them as you please; but to these men do nothing inasmuch as they have come under the shelter of my roof.” And they said, “stand back!” Then they said, “This fellow came to sojourn and would act as a judge? Now we will treat you worse than them!” They pressed exceedingly upon the man (Lot), and they approached to break the door.

The message here to the world (but especially to immoral, liberal, Democrat Americans), is clear. There will be consequences for sick behavior, be it bringing drag queens into kindergarten or enforcing transsexual actions on children even when their parents object.  In Genesis the punishment was sulfur and fire raining, from HaShem , from heaven (Genesis 19:23), not unlike a weapon being dropped from orbit. On Earth, Putin (who hates homosexual behavior) threatens to use nuclear weapons against us. Whatever wiped out Sodom and Gomorrah, the weapon was clearly dropped from above and it was controlled via surveillance in Sodom.  Given that the translation angel (which implies the supernatural) is not certain, and that the translation messenger works just as well, there is a high probability that the event is at least partially extraterrestrial in nature, even if the ETs here are (or think they are) working directly for God.

It seems like a very high percent of reported or claimed abductions by aliens involve some type of reproductive probe or intrusion. The most humorous one that I ever heard involved my good friend, U.S. Navy Commander/Doctor C. B. Scott Jones. Scott was the top aid of Senator Claiborne Pell (elected in 1960 for six terms, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for 17 years).  In 2007 Scott invited me into his home in Kerrville, Texas for two days and one night for an interview about what he knew about UFOs. He said he represented the U.S. at UFO-related meetings with Chinese and Russian Government officials.

During our talks he mentioned a MUFON meeting in which two women told him that they saw him on a UFO with a huge number of abductees. Scott didn’t remember  them or the abduction. but he asked about what he was doing when they saw him. Well, they said, “You were naked, on a table, with a hybrid female alien over you, having sex with you!”  Scott laughed, and then told them, ” I sure wish I could remember that, but the joke was on the ET. If she wanted to get pregnant I was shooting with blanks because a few weeks before I just had a vasectomy!”

While Scott laughed at hearing the story from MUFON, Sarah laughed at hearing the report on her upcoming pregnancy. In fact, her son was name Yitzchak (Isaac) which means “One who laughs or rejoices.” But there are serious implications of the name and event here, based on which of three things happened in the implant of the seed into Sarah:

1. If both Sarah and Abraham were abducted then Abraham’s sperm could have been put into Sarah’s egg in a lab. In this case God’s promise to give Abraham a son was fully carried out (with the help of medical technology).

2. If Sarah’s egg was fertilized, but by a alien sperm, then Isaac was a hybrid – Sarah’s true son but not the true son of Abraham. This would make Ishmael not only still Abraham’s first born son, but the only child with a legitimate claim to rights associated with being directly descended from Abraham. This route tends to back the Quran and Muslim theology. But it also decreases the chance that the ELS Torah Code could survive changes to the Torah text made by Jews. For example, Isaac is only four letters in Hebrew while Ishmael is five. Very large skips of the axis  term, and just about all wrapped text matrices would be destroyed by making such switches. And yet I have found many thousands of matrices. This fact argues for Option 1 which fully fulfills the promises made.

3. An entirely alien embryo was implanted into Sarah. Again, the  Torah Code would likely be destroyed but it really doesn’t do much for Islam because the Quran mentions Isaac 15 times and all in a positive light. If it turns out that Isaac had this kind of conception, then all Western religions are likely based on alien hoaxes designed to help them manipulate humans to serve alien agendas. I think that Option 1 here is correct, but largely based on my experience  with  the Torah Code since 1997. Unfortunately there are few (possibly no) people on Earth who are experienced enough with the Code to move it into the realm of evidence that will be universally accepted by science. Short of a full disclosure, we will need either a time machine or software like that purposed in PROJECT CREATOR DECODER to arrive at a true answer.



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