"My theory states that UFO's are Demonic manifistations designed to deceive mankind into ignoring GOD and the Holy Scriptures …"
But, have you ever read the scriptures carefully? It doesn't look like it. Perhaps you missed a couple hundred references to 'men' and 'messengers of Yahweh' (angels and men are mentioned interchangably in scripture. See the two messengers who rescued Lot from Sodom before it was destroyed). Messengers ('angels') sometimes are mistaken for ordinary humans. Apparently it is irrelevant to Yahweh where a person comes from; what matters to him, is this: Are you following the Law and Prophets, or not? Other times, these messengers are awesome beings that immediately inspire fear and awe, and leave us paralyzed by their presence. Still other times, they appear as 'wheels'; this is what some people describe as 'disks' or 'UFOs'. Both Ezekiel and Daniel describe this. Ezekiel and Isaiah take great care to describe how these sons of the Creator can show us any of these faces: like ordinary humans; like heavenly beings; or like fiery wheels, that is, like UFOs. These descriptions are by Moses, Jacob, Abraham, and by others. Daniel describes the eternal kingdom that is re-established on Earth, and his vision of this, with the Creator he calls 'Ancient of Days' who has fiery wheels. Daniel also describes the paralysis and terror that is relieved when one of these beings touches him; I've read this also in modern accounts.
Another common detail, present in both modern and biblical descriptions, is this pillar or column that can appear as fire, or as a 'heavenly sword', or as a 'ramp'on which these beings travel. And, Moses traveled almost daily up this column of 'cloud' to the place where Yahweh was in front of the 'tent of meeting' as people stood by and watched, when he and his secretary Joshua wrote down the scriptures. This is essentially identical to modern descriptions of a 'levitiation beam', or pillar of fire; in modern times, some people had an encounter that began when they saw this firey column at night, when they were out camping. This became known as'The Allagash Abductions'of 1976; this sort of thing has been reported thousands of times. David describes this also in the scriptures; so do others.
Surely you have heard the divine name, 'Yahweh-of-hosts' or several variations of this. Do you know what 'hosts' are? They are armies of these beings, sometimes described as the sons of Yahweh-elohim (sons of God). They are described several times as from the furthest reaches of the heavens. And, you know what's in the heavens? Stars with planets. Daniel describes these beings, hundreds of millions of them, when mankind is judged, after the Supreme One arrives whose whose 'wheels' were like fire. This is in Daniel 7:9.
I think you mentioned something about being kidnapped for medical experiments. There are literally tens of thousands of reports of people being abducted, and something was implanted in thir heads. If you have read the scriptures carefully, you will have noticed that this is described in Ezekiel 9, and the Author describes why he is sending out his messengers to do this. Yahweh tells one of them to put a mark on the forehead; those are the ones who will be spared on the day of Yahweh. If you study biblical Hebrew (I have), the word for 'on' also has the meaning 'in' (this word is ayin-lamed). This description is also in the book of Revelation. OK, now think about this — do you really think that there is one group of beings who are serving Yahweh of hosts who are looking for those who grieve over the abuse of the Law, and marking them; and a second group of evil demons who are doing the same thing, and neither group knows of the other? I do not think so. What we know for sure, is that the Supreme One is sending out his servants to do this.
What concerns me, is that you also seem to have overlooked the Ten Commandments; in particular:
Exodus 20:7 and Deuteronomy 5:11 "You do not take up the Name-of-YHWH-your-Elohim in falsehood; for YHWH does not hold him guiltless who takes his-Name for falsehood."
Writing and saying untrue things about someone, is libel and slander, and you can get sued in court for that. Exodus 20:7, one of the Ten Commandments, is saying that you also will be punished for making untrue statements about him, and saying false things that damage his reputation (that is, 'his name'). Say something false about him or his servants the angels, and he will certainly hold you guilty. Because of this warning, I always make sure I can back up everything I say about our Creator; when I was translating the OT to English, I made files of everyting that caught my eye. Personally, I do not want to be found guilty of libeling our Creator; and calling his servants 'demons'and 'evil' might be something that qualifies as falsehood. We are responsible for our words.
Something I noticed, that might be of importance is that there are hundreds of descriptions of an antichrist, a false prophet, wicked counselor, foolish shepherd, etc.; and ALL the descriptios, way over a hundred, fit Paul of Tarsus, and the Roman emperor Constantine who was responsible for putting Paul of Tarsus in the new testament, as if Paul of Tarsus was equal to the gospels of Jesus. Have you ever found a list comparing what Jesus said, with what Paul of Tarsus says on the same topic? I tried making a list; Paul of Tarsus praises Jesus for what Jesus does not claim, and then contradicts Jesus at every possible opportunity; and he despises the Law and says he is above the Law; but Jesus says that the Law is perfect and not one dot or stroke will ever depart from the Law. Paul of Tarsus denies Jesus left and right and pretends to praise him. Make a list for yourself, and you just may find that Paul is the anti-Jesus; yet Paul is the most quoted man in the bible. And 'faith'? Despite what Paul claims, there is no faith apart from the Law. All through the old testament, 'faith' means to obey and keep the Law and prophets faithfully. Jesus said to make your faith small as the smallest mustard seed. But modern Christians seem to think that if their faith is huge as a Mack truck, they need to make it as big as the Goodyear blimp. Jesus says to trust and keep the Law, and to reduce your faith to a one single pearl amidst the countless others. Paul of Tarsus misquotes scripture, and makes statements about Jesus that Jesus never said. But, don't believe me; get a bible and make a list; write down what Jesus says, and what Paul says; you may be surprised, or even shocked. This is not a 'theory'; I can quote scripture to back up all I say. If something comes from Yahweh as a quote written down by one of his prophets (Jesus called himself a prophet, BTW) then it is truth; if it comes from a human, it is not truth. And, the apostles are not prophets; only mistaken human opinion says otherwise (same thing, for the sages and talmud of Judaism).