Interplanetary Defense Force
The I.D.F is a militant organization created in 2011
By Atheostics founder Eric A. Eisenbise. The goal of the I.d.f. is to protect human beings, planet Earth and our resources from malevolent and aggressive E.S.B’s (Extra Solar Beings) through but not limited to technological warfare.
Knowledge and accurate information is also a strong tool for leading the I.D.F against this threat. A species such as our own is fully capable on all levels in defending against this type of threat. Whether that threat be technological, psychological, dimensional, or any other imaginable related to negative extraterrestrial contact. The I.D.F.’S goal is to learn all aspects of our collective enemies and create a defense against them.
The first step in fighting this threat is admitting that it exists at all. The data suggest a threat on a larger scale than most can imagine. The evidence suggests this threat is older then our species and even older then our world as we have been able to grasp it with historical and scientific data.
The United States Government and most other Governments around the world are aware of this threat. Speculation into how deeply the governments are aware and effected by this threat is just speculation. There is not enough evidence to state any hard facts about their involvement or lack there of. However the facts and evidence to support the history of extra solar beings involvement in effecting our species is staggering, when looked at as a whole, and would hold up in any court of law in suggesting and confirming their existence The governments involvement is a lot deeper than the evidence suggests.
Using common sense, facts, and historical data would suggest this but would be considered speculation at this time. What we do know as fact is that E.S.B’s exist and are currently, and willing to effect our species in negative ways. The I.D.F. is the front line defense against this threat. To be a member of the I.D.F. you must first believe this threat exists. Second you must be willing to sacrifice your life in defending against this threat like any soldier in any war must be willing to do.
The fact is our species is ready to embark on a new road with the universe.
By involving our selves with technology and pursuing extra solar travel our species has opened Pandora’s box and has involved our way of life to the universe on a larger scale. Now we must think and defend our selves, home and way of life on a larger scale. This is not a secret Government agency. We are a privately funded organization that must exist and operate within the constraints of the federal and local laws of the governments we are located in. With this being said this organization will defend our species against any individual, government, institution or any organization who is found to be a threat. This is not fiction. This threat is real, it exists and will not be avoided any further. In assuming the role of a advancing species we now must defend our world as one.
Thanks for your time,
I.D.F founder Eric Eisenbise
Jesus being full of the holy ghost
(My interpretation of The holy ghost; Is being filled with knowledge from an unknown source i.e. it represents a power, we as humans can tap into from the universe that is an unseen force) returned from Jordan, and was led by the spirit into the wilderness
(The spirit to me represents the ability to tap into the universes data bank, like a computer downloading information, it can lead you to a specific path pre written like a computers programs are written. Sometimes this is expressed like a feeling you should do something very specific and not knowing the reason why, but having a feeling, for instance the expression of having a gut feeling; or it could have been an actual being taking him to this place.)
being tempted forty days by the devil. And in those days he did eat nothing: and when they were ended , he afterward hungered. ( No man can fast for that long of a period, which indicates to me some missing time, like abductees speak of in an E.T. encounter. It also leads me to believe he was being given knowledge and when they was done he hungered for more.)
And the Devil said unto him , if thou be the Son of God, command this stone that it be made bread. And Jesus answered him, saying it is written, That man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God. (This seems to be a test after his forty days of teachings not temptations, back then temptation was used in reference to gaining knowledge, like Eve in the garden, and in his answer to the Devil was nothing more then a question on his teachings; also the Devil was referred to as the bringer of light and knowledge in ancient times, until Christianity turned the Devil into a negative being. Christians, and Catholics reject knowledge (temptation) because the truth would lead you away from God i.e. they loose their control and power.)
And the Devil, taking him up into an high mountain, shewed unto him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time. (This is where it gets obvious that Christ was taken into a ship of some kind. Key words are up, and into. If you were in a mountain you would not be able to see any of the kingdoms of the earth because you would be (inside) the mountain, or even standing on top of a mountain this would not be possible to see all the kingdoms of the world. This view had to have been seen from space. The reference to a “moment in time”, meaning a very short period, hence a space ship could allow for this to be possible.)
(So basically the Devil didn’t believe he was the son of a mythical creator of the Universe, and was trying to enlighten Jesus to this fact. The Devil like in the past has all ways tried to bring mankind to enlightenment. Jesus was a genetically created being, and one of many profits and saints through history to be either implanted or down loaded with information from unknown source. Why? Maybe we are an experiment. Many theory’s but no answers on the why, but definite proof of a larger story historically then we are aware of, and defiantly something very radical to our current understanding of our origins.
Written By: Eric A. Eisenbise
I thought of him as a God in the Metal Universe, but he was a mortal, human, how can this be? How can an underground force of this magnitude acquire a disease so force full and relentless? Especially when Chuck had so much to offer this forever decaying world. This is a question, I asked my self in first hearing of Chucks battle with terminal cancer in 1999. Five years prior to this horrific revelation Death Metal was at it’s peak, intertwined with a fast unseen death of it’s own. How symbolic, the irony was poetic in all deaths glory.
This is the story of Death, and The death of Death Metal.
In those days nearly every month I bought a magazine called Metal Edge when I could scrounge up the change to do so; I did this religiously since 1989. I was a Metal fanatic and loved reading articles on my favorite bands. The interviews with these bands was paramount to my understanding the recording and touring process that I so wanted to be apart of. Now in 2013, I am a fan of various styles of music, but back then I was strictly a Death Metal head, or a head banger as other people liked to call us. I was going and growing through a Death Metal stage in my life. I grew up in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, the center of the Death Metal scene at that time. Death metal was all I listened to and cared to listen to. 94′ was a year of transition for me musically. I transitioned from a Death Metal head to a full blown industrial fanatic by years end, listening to bands such as Ministry, NIN, Fear Factory, Manson, kmfdm and DEATH.
Meanwhile, “death” was quickly consuming Death Metal and the scene in 95′, eventually finding his way to Chuck Schuldiner.
“Death creep’ed and stalked his career like a blood thirsty wolf awaiting his arrival to the Abyss.”
In those days, Metal Edge magazine was doing cover stories on bands like Metallica nearly every month, as if they were the only band in metal. Regardless, I still needed my monthly fix of metal happenings despite who was adoring the cover. Accessibility to the internet was limited then, so this was the only way of knowing what was going on in the Metal Universe, besides some fanzines popping up from time to time. Every once in a while the mag would do a piece on some underground band such as Morbid Angel or Marilyn Manson before their break out.
Morbid Angel almost single handedly took the Death Metal scene above ground and out of National obscurity, while bands like Megadeth and Pantera were the status quo of the day.
Some years down the road in 1999 was the first I heard of Chucks bout with cancer. I was standing at a magazine rack in a grocery store scanning the pages of Metal Edge for a sneak peak of what I was about to take home. Impatient and curious of who and what the magazine contained, I vigorously scanned the pages. I quickly became disinterested as the content seemed lacking anything worth buying it for, until I noticed a small tucked away article about Chuck Schuldiner. I almost blew past it because it was so small it looked like it could be a ad trying to sell you this or that. I was intrigued to see DEATH within the pages of this magazine that hardly took the time to cover underground bands anymore, especially Death Metal bands. Impatiently I read the article while still standing there in the grocery store.”Chuck Schuldiner, the singer and guitarist for the band DEATH, recovering from a fight with cancer.” A brain tumor to be more specific. It read as if there were hope for this underground Titan of Death Metal. It was like getting punched in the stomach.
The article left out that Chuck wrote all the material for DEATH. He was a guitar wizard, shredding vocalist, and one hell of a writer. He was a true pioneer and under rated by any standard. I discovered the band a little later then most. I purchased DEATH’S album entitled Human in 1993.
Back then all most every band in the genre was boasting and advocating the Devil, demons and Satanic imagery Some bands like Cannibal Corpse opted for Killing, raping and dissecting pregnant woman. Even DEATHS earlier material was all about the gore, like a Rob Zombie flick. That was your options in the content these bands wrote and produced. This was great for a while, but it quickly got redundant as I grew older. I mean, there is only so many ways you can write about these topics without trapping your self in the material most fans will inevitably get attached to. Towards the end I listened to Death Metal mostly for the technical aspects than I did for the content. The aggressiveness of the music was perfectly suited for teen angst, but lacked something I was discovering on a personal level at that time in my life, intellectual thought and philosophy. In 93′ I was at a store called Asylum Records in St.
Petersburg, Fl, when I stumbled cross Death’s album Human. My first impression was the cover, which was artistically elegant in a horrific da’ Vinci style. I snatched it up as quickly as I could process the song tittles on the back. Upon listening to the c.d., I was completely caught off guard. The content and the sound was so progressive and original, I was completely blown away. I was so impressed that no band in that scene has since lived up to Chucks legacy. Human was responsible for my transition from death metal to industrial music, as no band in the death metal scene (at that time) was doing anything outside of the metal box it created. As a result of other bands reluctance to evolve and master their sound, the death metal scene I grew so fond of dissipated and dug itself so deep underground, for some years the music was barely audible. It had resurfaced from time to time, but had lost it’s way.
“Death metal died with in us,”
but in Europe it grew stronger, evolving, the genre flurished. Under an older but redefined title, Black Metal, it’s become a success in Europe and is still evolving and growing.
With a new generation, the death metal sound that was once on the verge of exploding like an atom bomb, has now seeped into the sound and blood of a more evolved and in some ways, less aggressive audience. As a result, a more intellectual listener and sound is born. The legacy that death has left for a new generation to discover is seen and heard til this day. Who cares about the steps taken by the four fathers of death metal to fulfill the saying and promise that “metal will never die?” Metal heads new and old do, and will always embrace this legacy. This sacred knowledge of metal history is one part of a greater story, going as far back as Venom or Black Sabbath. Metal histories evolution is important to explore and understand. Embracing its history in all it’s darkness and glory is paramount to it’s evolution and survival. Chuck deserves his musical legacy to be heard through the ages of Metal to come.
If you want more information on Chuck you can visit his memorial page at, http://www.emptywords.org/
There’s also a good biographical book you can purchase about Chuck called DEATH. Written by, Mahyar Dean. Iranian musician for a band called Angband.
While some may take the title of this article offensive, feeling as though I’m saying Death Metal is dead, as a fan I assure you that it is alive and well. These articles only reflect my personal experience within the universe of the death metal scene, I grew up with.