With all due respect, why would that change anything?Woah! That post scared me. I'm a Christian and a follower of God but I'm open to these kind of stuff. I got blown away about the Orme and Jesus being a crossbreed of aliens and human beings. I still believe in God but I was shocked and I thought if this was real then our so called "God" was actually and alien. Nice post! Mind boggling.
Claiming something/someone to be a god, God, or godlike is simply a way of explaining something you do not understand.
Why would it matter the nature of his/her/it's origin if the message remains unchanged? I, for one, think that the being labeled "God" could very-well be that of alien origin.
While remaining in the realm of science, how else would you describe it? I just can't picture some old gray haired guy, sitting on a cloud, monitoring Wars, holocaust, famine, and my inappropriate thoughts of my old high school teacher while in the shower. As fun as magic sounds, I just don't believe that fantasy. Alien life-forms are more likely to exist, than not to. Even without hard evidence, probability says otherwise. So, it's more likely that he is of Alien origin, than of mystical (almost mythical) origin.
My thoughts anyway.