It’s better if you watch this clip first… So, please do!
Even though the prophets of Christendom and Islam might’ve alluded they’re not from this world, jumping to the conclusion they’re aliens offends both believers and non-believer’s intelligence. For one, believers think they’re divine or touch by something divine (which is different from alien for some reason) and non-believers believe Jesus and Mohamad were just remarkable humans who were able to change the world, like The Buddha for example.
2- She harbored an Arabic-Speaking, Square-Faced Alien for 11 Months
This poor woman believes that a bunch of aliens came to Earth and stayed in the US. They were apparently persecuted by all religions and so they had to seek refuge with, of course, none other than Maryam Noor. She allowed the alien with the square face to sleep in her apartment. After this perfectly plausible story, the main that question remains is: was the sex any good? Of course not.
3- Walt Disney (I think she meant Disney World) is an Alien Cocoon
She says in 1946, the cocoons landed, and consequently, the US president ordered something “similar” be built to hide the alien pods. So, according to Maryam Noor, the beloved theme-park castle is hiding the location where square-faced, multilingual, telepathic aliens metamorphose.
4- They’re everywhere, but can’t be photographed
Apparently, all the imaging technologies we have, which span a good portion of the electromagnetic spectrum beyond what we can see with the naked eye (radio, micro, infrared, ultraviolet, xray, gamma, etc.) BUT, no fear! According to Maryam Noor, “London” is working on the imaging technology called “robotology”. What’s odd is that our somewhat primitive and limited eyes, can see the aliens, but all our more advanced imaging technology cannot.
5- Apparently, the aliens are telepathic
After telling us her alien roommate spoke Arabic, she said that they don’t actually talk, but that you understand them in your mother tongue. She says “I understand Arabic, you understand Armenian, etc.”
6- Tattooed people cannot interact with the aliens (Darn it!)
Apparently, “altering your body” makes you unable to interact with the aliens. This is because, apparently, the aliens are nazis when it comes to “God’s creation and image” and if we alter that, the “synchronisity” is thrown off. I hope it doesn’t include cutting nails and shaving hair! I mean, that’s also altering “God’s” image, right?
7- She hands tony a pirated book “Not From This World”
Really? The aliens need to rip it off at Ghali? Can’t they just publish it properly?
8- They steal “Gates” and they’re trying to steal gate “11” in Halab
According to Maryam Noor, there are many gates in the region that link you directly to other galaxies. This intergalactic “stargate” system allows you to go and “have conversations and sit with ‘them'”. What’s remarkable is she says if they “take Gate 11 in Halab, Syria is gone and we are gone” in an apparent parallel she drew with the unrest in Syria. What’s remarkable is she tells Tony to “wake up!” and that these gates explain baptism and similar rituals in other religions.
9- Asked why she doesn’t host them on her show, she says Nasrallah can see them
Apparently, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the executive and spiritual leader of Hezbollah can see these beings. Also, it appears the missing in action Imam Moussa El Sader taught Maryam Noor how to converse with the beings. Al Sader apparently didn’t like her given name, so he called her Maryam, encouraging her to name herself “Maryam Noor” which means “Mary Light”.
10- Religious figures refused to appear with her because of the “sexual repression”
That, I agree with her on =P. But seriously, she thinks they’re afraid of her and she does a victory-dance-like move where she snaps her fingers in the air with a smug look on her face (4:41).
Religious figures interject here
Here, it gets funny, and a guy says that the Chruch believes that if aliens are found “they’ll make sure to send them missionaries to preach to them and baptize them” Wow, how arrogant of the Vatican… But, it’s better than the muslim guy’s point of view which resolutely stated “intelligent life does not exist except on Earth” which is a far more uneducated and dangerous stance. Life exists, and when we do discover it, if religions and Islam still exist by then, they’ll have tough questions to answer.
11- Maryam Noor goes about the Universe as she pleases
She says that she is able to travel from planet to planet whenever she feels like it. When asked which planet she went to last, she says she’s been to so many she can’t remember. She also says “you need to drink the water to know it’s there” which I think was massively stupid and irrelevant. Tony then tells her “is there a way you can go to a planet and not come back?” jokingly to which she responds that humans do not exist in one place, she is both there and here, then she tops it off with “destiny is in your hand”
12- The beings replaced JFK with Marilyn Monroe
Yup, she also says the sci-fi movie “The Cocoon” is completely factual. The IMDB description is “When a group of trespassing seniors swim in a pool containing alien cocoons, they find themselves energized with youthful vigor” Yes, very factual…
13- Braces serve an ulterior motive and heels on parquet say “come and f*** me”
She didn’t get the chance to say why braces have ulterior motives, but apparently the sound the heels of a woman make on wooden floor panles means “come and fuck me”
14- Tony wants to end the episode because he is focusing on what he’s gonna do later (which involves eating hotdogs)
Tony bursts out in uncontrollable laughter at this point (12:05)
15- She ends with a dirty joke after refusing to leave and not allowing other guests to appear
She jokes “a woman walking down the street tells a guy looking at her not to look at her because she is freezing. The man says, I have half a kilogram of meat I wanna put into the freezer” WOAH?! Where did that come from?
Maryam Noor hears voices in her head, believes she has super-human capabilities, is severely paranoid and is apparently completely convinced with the irrationalities she preaches. I’d say she’s paranoid schizophrenic, but then again, I think she is just like any religious figure and false prophet: wants to make money with her phony books and recommendations and methods.
My Thoughts on Intelligent Extraterrestrial Life
I believe intelligent extra-terrestrial life does exist. Read this to understand my point of view and what is generally accepted in the scientific community.