Humanoids' intentions are far from humane.
For the creatures of parallel world, whichever form they assume and to whichever type of mentality they adjust their philosophy, the utmost aim of all contacts is rather transparent and has not changed throughout the entire history of mankind: it is leading people astray from knowing their true Creator and His laws, separating them from God and His divine uncreated energies that protect a person from their influence. Deprived of God's energies, people easily become prey to the creatures of parallel world, who gain ascendancy over human will and, in some degree, mind, turning a person into a sort of marionette manipulated by creatures that are far from humane.
Here is another quite illustrative example of getting in contact with CPW for receiving from them certain "power and knowledge", that eventually gave raise for a new religion and spiritual practice known as Reiki, very popular in Europe recently and gaining more and more popularity in Russia. It is also a fruit of its founder's contact with a "cosmic mind". Brigitta Muller and Horst H. Hunter's book on Reiki (Frankfurt-on-Mein, 1990) tells the following:
"Doctor Mikao Usui, who re-opened the Reiki, lived in the late 19 century. He was a Catholic monk and the dean of a small university in Kyoto (Japan). Being a Doctor of Philology in ancient languages, he tried to penetrate into the mystery of Christ's and His apostles' healing gift. He had studied Christian writings in the Chicago university (USA), but did not find what he was after. On return to Japan he turned to seeking a clue to the enigma of healing in Buddhist scriptures. Unable to find the answer in the available Japanese Sutras, he thoroughly examined the Chinese version, which proved likewise of no use. Having studied Sanskrit, he finally found what he had been seeking in a unique manuscript written, supposedly, by a Buddha's disciple. It were symbols and descriptions of Buddha's healing.
So, he acquired the knowledge. But that did not give him the Power for healing. Having talked to a Buddhist monastery superior, he made up his mind to climb the Sacred mount (the mount of Fudziyama in the Hojsu island, 3776-meter high, 90 km from Tokyo) for fasting and meditating. He placed twenty one pebbles near him to serve him as calendar and threw away one every day. He did nothing but read Sutras, sang and meditated. Yet, nothing special happened to him.
It was the twenty first night already. Doctor Usui finished his meditation and prayed: 'O, Father, please, show me Light!' And - lo! - there was a beam of light quickly approaching him in the sky. The beam was growing more and more intense when finally it hit Usui right in the middle of the forehead, in the Third Eye. The Doctor fell on the ground, lost the sense of time and sank into a trance. In such altered state of mind he saw spheres of most various colours: sky-blue, turquoise, violet, pink (the same was pictures by the founder of the totalitarian sect 'The White Brotherhood' Maria Tzvigun. At the moment of clinical death she passed through a room filled with 'silvery spheres', after which she was entrusted by 'the higher powers' with a special 'mission' and received the new name of 'Maria Devi Christos' - Heg. N). There appeared before him as on a screen symbols written in gold, extacty the same as he had seen before in the Sanskrit Sutras. That was the clue for the healing practice of Buddha and Christ, that was the event inaugurating the birth of the Usui Reiki system.
When Usui came to himself, the sun was high in the sky. He was surprised to find that he is not tired at all. There was neither fatigue, nor hunger, that tortured him the day before. Usui was ready to start his way home when he suddenly injured a toe. He put his hand upon the wounded place and the bleeding immediately stopped, the pain ceased <…> Usui decided to set off to the paupers' residential area in Kyoto to heal the ill people there. Those of the healed who were young and able to work were urged by him to look for a job. But seven years passed, and he met the same people again in the same lamentable state as they had been at the moment he first came to heal them. Usui was shocked indeed. He realised that, having healed the body, he failed to teach them a new way of life".
The above text shows that the Japanese Jesuit Mikao Usui, though he had worn a monk's habit, did not become a Christian, however ridiculous it may sound. The very spirit of Christ's teaching had remained alien to him. The poor Doctor of Philology failed to understand that Christianity contemplates the true purpose of man's life as salvation of the soul from the power of sin and the deification (Greek qeOsij) of the entire psychosomatic structure of man, reached only by a strenuous effort of the whole life, by great personal strife against passions. The latter may be truly overcome only with the help of the uncreated divine grace, as Christ has warned His followers: "He that abideth in Me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without Me ye can do nothing" (Jn. 15: 5). The necessity of a great personal effort turned first of all to one's inner life has also been stressed by Christ: "cleanse first that which is within the cup the platter, that the outside of them may be clean also" (Mt. 23: 26). Bodily, that is "outside" health is viewed in the patristic tradition as minor and, in a sense, derivative from spiritual wholesomeness.
Bodily health is just a part, though of course a significant one, in the whole of earthly goods, a proper attitude to which is clearly outlined by the Saviour's words: "your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things. But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you" (Mt. 6: 32-33).
Doctor Usui neglected his inner world, ignored seeking the kingdom of God, being utterly absorbed in finding ways to "the art of healing" suspecting that Christ had kept it secret. A naive thought, revealing an entirely distorted concept of Christ! A thought appropriate only to the one who does not believe Christ as God and Creator of the world Who assumed our flesh for the sake of our salvation. To the one who rejects Christ as God Incarnate, rejects His omnipotence and His presence in His Church "even unto the end of the world" (Mt. 28: 20). Could he be really called a Christian?