As a lifelong abductee, I
and many others welcome the opportunity to discuss and
explore the subject of alien hybrid children. I want to
know if I should have my alien hybrid children baptized.
For instance, I mean "baptize" as defined in
Webster's Dictionary: "A Christian sacrament
signifying spiritual rebirth...an act...by which one is
I see baptism as a request
from man to God to protect, to watch over, to
"Bless" the individual being baptized. And the
hybrid children I refer to are not of earthly union, but
are the harvested fruit of abduction, the tiny fragile
creatures sustained within plexiglass-like incubators.
That's really what I am getting at: Would it benefit THEM
to be baptized? Do they have souls? Does God even want
asking an excellent question requiring a
"nonscientific" answer. All life is special,
regardless of its method of conception. If blessing these
alien hybrid children will help you feel you have
protected them, then do it. Your tiny alien hybrids are
life forms requiring protection and nurturing. The soul,
the spirit, the essence, whatever you choose to call it,
is the uniqueness which separates us from non-living
Does God want the
hybrids baptized? Do they have souls? Those are good
questions, but the answer depends on who is God.
If you believe God as defined by your religion, then you
should have your alien offspring baptized. If you believe
God is an alien who visited earth thousands of years ago,
then your offspring may not require a baptism. The bottom
line is that if you want to baptize your offspring,
hybrid or otherwise, then you should do so.