It is not a secret that different religions and sects believe in aliens. For them, these unknown creatures that inhabit other planets and galaxies are objects of worship. The faithful of the religious movement Chen Tao, established in 1993 in taiwan believed that God was in a flying saucer to the survivors of a nuclear war that resulted in the solar system. According to Chen Hon-ming, former sociology professor who founded the religion, the world should have ended in the last week of March 1998.
The Fiat Lux order which was founded in 1973 in Switzerland believed that the would be devastated in the mid-1998 by Nazi flying saucers and natural disasters, and that extraterrestrial beings would come to Earth and save a select group of human.
There are also other religions that believe that the Earth was created by Extraterrestrial beings which came to our planet from a far away galaxy. The group called Tempelhofgesellschaft (Temple Society) formed in Vienna in the 1990s believed that the Aryan race originated on planet Aldebaran and therefore was superior and should dominate the world.
Orville Gordon, the founder of the Outer Dimensional Forces redesigned his home to look like a real landingstrip for flying saucers. Gordon believed that the flying saucers would land one day and take him and his believers to a safe place before the judgment day.
Here we have just a couple of strange religions that are anything but ordinary. Of course, there are many other religions that are quite interesting, or at least their stories are anyway.
Even though there are many religions on planet Earth, it seems that every single one seems to refer to God, which in the end, however you look at it, is not from Earth.
That of course, depends on how you look at things.