GREY ALIENS | Conspiracists have long said the Vatican – home to the Pope – has more information about the existence of aliens, but has chosen to keep it secret.
An email apparently released by WikiLeaks in 2016, has revealed ex-spaceman Edgar Mitchell wrote to American politician John Podesta, to tell him the Vatican knows extraterrestrials exist and want to share “zero point energy” with us.
Podesta’s emails are under close scrutiny for their implications about Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (ETI) and the Vatican.
As 2015 unfolds, I understand you are leaving the Administration in February. It is urgent that we agree on a date and time to meet to discuss Disclosure and Zero Point Energy, at your earliest available after your departure. My Catholic colleague Terri Mansfield will be there too, to bring us up to date on the Vatican’s awareness of ETI.
Our nonviolent ETI from the contiguous universe are helping us bring zero point energy to Earth. They will not tolerate any forms of military violence on Earth or in space.
According to this set of leaks, the Vatican – one of the highest religious authorities in the world – knows about aliens.
Former Pope Benedict XVI spread consternation in the Catholic world last year as he claimed in a press conference rebroadcasted live on FM German Catholic radio station, Radio Horeb, that a group of Jesuits had infiltrated the Vatican and were pursuing what he called an “alien agenda”.
The first pope to retire from his position in 598 years expressed his feelings of deception as “a sinister group of members of the Vatican” were pushing on for the search for extra-terrestrial life through their Lucifer 2 Large Binocular Telescope based at Vatican Observatory
Just as there is a multiplicity of creatures on earth, there can be other beings, even intelligent, created by God. This is not in contrast with our faith because we can’t put limits on God’s creative freedom. Why can’t we speak of a ‘brother extraterrestrial’? It would still be part of creation – answered Vatican Observatory director, José Gabriel Funes, when asked about the role of extra-terrestrial life in the catholic faith.
In 2015 Pope Francis was asked about the possibility of life on other planets, and his answer didn’t exactly deny it:
Honestly I wouldn’t know how to answer… until America was discovered we thought it didn’t exist, and instead it existed.
But in every case I think that we should stick to what the scientists tell us, still aware that the Creator is infinitely greater than our knowledge.
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