- THE MESSENGER — PART 27: Does The Vatican Know What Is Headed Toward Earth… And Are They Preparing To Bow Before THE ALIEN SAVIOR!?
by SkyWatch Editor, https://www.skywatchtv.com/
As many of you already know, among the curious reports filling the news cycles lately, Senator Marco Rubio, who chairs the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, told CBS news that he hopes the advanced UFOs that have been filmed in our atmosphere in recent years doing things that seem beyond our understanding of physics or technology is “the Chinese or Russians or some other adversary” who perhaps have made “some sort of technological leap” that “allows them to conduct this sort of activity” because the alternative—that they are alien craft—would bother him a great deal more.
On the heels of his testimony the New York Times cited Harry Reid, the former Nevada senator who was instrumental in funding the original UFO program, saying he believes that “crashes of objects of unknown origin may have occurred and that retrieved materials from ‘not of this world’ are now in our possession under top secret study.”
Of course, some of you may know this was partly behind the investigation I conducted some years ago that led to the book by me and Cris Putnam titled ‘Exo-Vaticana’ [FREE IN COLLECTION!].
As part of that project, Cris and I and my son Joe Ardis wound up on top of Mt Graham in Arizona where we visited the Large Binocular Telescope, the radio telescope, and the Vatican’s Advanced Technology Telescope where the Jesuit father on duty that day (whom we got on film), told us that among the most important research occurring with the site’s Vatican astronomers is the search for extrasolar planets and advanced alien intelligence. He then proceeded (as did our guide) to show us all around the observatory, from the personal quarters of the Church’s astronomers—where they ate, slept, relaxed, studied—to the control rooms, computer screens and systems, and even the telescope itself. While we were given complete and unrestricted opportunity to question how the devices are used and what distinctively sets each of the telescopes on Mt. Graham apart, we had not expected the ease with which the astronomers and technicians would also speak of UFOs! This was especially true when we walked up the gravel road from VATT to the LBT, where we spent most of the day with a systems engineer who not only took us to all seven levels of that mighty machine—pointing out the LUCIFER device (which he lovingly referred to as “Lucy” several times and elsewhere as “Lucifer”) and what it is used for, as well as every other aspect of the telescope we tried to wrap our minds around. He also stunned us as we sat in the control room listening to him and the astronomers speak so casually of the redundancy with which UFOs are captured on screens darting through the heavens. Our friendly engineer didn’t blink an eye, neither did any of the other scientists in the room, and we were shocked at this, how ordinary it seemed to be.
But as much as the commonality of UFO sightings on Mt. Graham’s telescopes intrigued, this was not the primary reason for our being there. We had come with deeper questions, similar to what Steve Quayle is raising during this virtual conference, concerning high-level Vatican astronomers and what they had been leaking to, and discussing with, the media in recent years—including captivating comments from Jesuit priests like Guy Consolmagno, a leading astronomer who often turns up as a spokesman for the Vatican. He has worked at NASA and taught at Harvard and MIT, and currently splits his time between the Vatican observatory and laboratory (Specola Vaticana) headquartered at the summer residence of the Pope in Castel Gandolfo, Italy, and Mt. Graham in Arizona. Over the last few years, Consolmagno has focused so much time and effort in an attempt to reconcile science and religion in public forums, specifically as it relates to the subject of extraterrestrial life and its potential impact on the future of faith, that I decided to contact him during the Exo-Vaticana investigation. He agreed to be interviewed via the Internet from Rome. However, it seemed once he knew who I was and what I wanted to examine, he kept his answers short, if not altogether evasive. On the upside, he was gracious enough to send me a copy of his private PDF file for a booklet that he had authored entitled Intelligent Life in the Universe: Catholic Belief and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life, which had been pulled by the publisher shortly after it was authorized by Rome in 2005 and is no longer officially available anywhere. It is a gold mine of what he and the Vatican are considering regarding the ramifications of astrobiology and specifically the disclosure of advanced extraterrestrials (this is perhaps the reason it was pulled). In it, he admits how contemporary societies will “look to The Aliens to be the Saviours of humankind.”[i] To illustrate the theological soundness of this possibility, Consolmagno argues that humans are not the only intelligent beings God created in the universe, and these non-human life forms are described in the Bible. Now, after I published parts of his material, he went on the Vatican Observatory website and denied he had written or said any of what I quoted. So I began making his pdf available to whoever wanted it free so they can read it for themselves. In his booklet, he starts by pointing to angels, then surprises us by actually referencing the Nephilim: