Some things have to be believed to be seen
“Some things have to be believed to be seen.” — (9 September 1871 – 3 November 1962) Ralph Hodgson, English poet. In 1954, he was awarded the King’s Gold Medal for Poetry.
Millions of people believe that a Jewish priest from Nazareth named Yesu ben Miriam was the son of Yahweh sent to Earth to sacrifice himself for the greater good of humanity. That is, he was a messenger, sent on a mission from another dimension, a spiritual universe to deliver a message. As is recorded in the New Testament, it is plain that he placed a much greater importance on the message than he did on himself as a messenger.
The message is eternal: love each other as you would love yourself. Those who believe the message, can receive the message. One does not have to “believe in” the messenger to read and understand the message. Ultimately, as with any wisdom, one must observe that the message is true for oneself, or not, for any personal conviction regarding the message to exist. Billions of people have “heard” the 10 Commandments, yet they continue to violate them continuously. Warfare, or peace, are the only proofs of whether or not the message as been received with conviction.
Likewise, the message delivered by Airl to Matilda O’Donnel MacElroy, is more important than the messangers, i.e. Airl, Matilda, and vicariously, the book, “Alien Interview”. As with the debunkers of any message or messanger, the debunker always crucify the messanger, in order to prvent the message from being heard. Yet, the message speaks for itself. Truth is truth, regardless of the messengers who delivers it.