Pope Benedict in his book Jesus of Nazareth said the Angels didn't have wings. It was released shortly before Christmas 2012 when the world expected
the Mayan prophecy. Instead of going further that road, 2 months later Benedict resigned, at consistory of cardinals.
How would the angels fly if they don't have wings? All the paintings in the churches are incorrect then. Or may be they are correct for one thing: the
angels are painted together with stars. So it remains for the angels to be higher dimensional beings who travel to earth either by spaceships or thru
some portals of higher dimension (known from sci fi).
The word angel means "messenger". It doesn't mean "being of spirit" only.
Mgr Balducci was the first Vatican person to say clearly the ET are higher dimensional beings and are not demons.
That was followed by pope's astronomers Funes and Consolmagno who said the Universe could have life created by God.
Finally, pope Francis said on two occasions, that he would baptize Martians if a delegation from Mars would come to ask him for that. And another time
he said, "the beings of the universe". He stopped short of repeating those homilies in his lengthy encyclical about the environment. There he only
spoke of God's creation of the universe in general terms.
Wil he have the strength to announce to the world, all those angels seen in the old testament are de facto extraterrestrials? Ezekiel's wheels, Elijah
chariot of fire, spceships?
What will help that the world? Very much in every respect. First, the taboo kept for centuries will finally fall. The people won't be paralyzed of
thinking how bad all aliens are coming to eat us. New awareness will come of God's creation ways. We will know we are not alone looking at the
More practical, it will make irrelevant many of the word's struggles, such as for oil sources. It will help world's peace. That in the landmark year
that according to many Catholics is the year of Fatima fulfillment.
If there is coming cataclysm (and I don't know it) it would be easier to offer ways out, if that truth is being said.
What if pope Francis doesn't have that strength, after he already did quite much for uneasy 3.5 years following a number of scandals inherited by his
predecessor? What if he already fulfilled his mission?
Then it is a time at his 80s to think of his successor. The example of Benedict was very clear to any future pope. The pope doesn't have to fall ill
or to reach age of incompetence, in order to give place for another one to be elected. It is not shameful, it is honorable. Benedict will remain in
history as the first modern pope who preferred the interests of the Church before his personal interests, by stepping aside in all honor and letting
new ideas to come by new people.
I don't know what the decision of pope Francis will be. Will he continue the road of the reformer, at his 80, will he have the strength of it. Or will
he retire on the consistory November 19 when he will elevate new cardinals, and thus will start the conclave to be ended before Christmas. I don't
know what is better, I list options that should be discussed in all honesty and respect in the 16th year of 21st century. There is no place for
disrespect or accusations. There is a place to think what is better for the Church and the World.
Sure the ET are not the only thing to think about. But if we are told the Fatima fulfillment and Era of Peace are to come before its 100th
anniversary, by pope Benedict, then we should think of the ways how that would happen. ET -Angels should play a role, be it a peaceful transition or
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