posted on May, 19 2008 @ 09:36 AM
Here is another account of a UFO over the vatican but not the one I am looking for:
"On September 14, 1978, a UFO as big as an ocean liner was witnessed by many thousands of people (including police) traveling all the way from the
southern end of Sicily up through the entire length of the Italian peninsula to the northern frontier at the French border. The UFO then returned to
hover over Rome during the nights of Sept. 15 and 16. Is it no more than an odd coincidence that this was just a fortnight before Pope John Paul I was
found dead under suspicious circumstances, apparently poisoned in the manner of the Borgias while working on a speech he intended to deliver the next
day? The text of the speech he had been working on was never made public.
"For the first time in the history of the Papacy, an autopsy was demanded by the Pope's family (his brother and sister), as well as by some of the
best doctors in Italy. This demand was refused. "Although the Pope supposedly died of a heart attack, he had no previous history of heart trouble.
Shortly before he died, his doctor examined him and declared him to be in excellent health. Cardinal Gantin, who was one of the last people to see him
alive, said: 'Neither his face nor his gestures betrayed any sign of fatigue or weakness'.
"According to the Vatican, the first person to find him dead was Father Magee, who described his face as peacefully illuminated with his famous
smile. However, this detail is in direct contradiction with the official diagnosis of infarctus of the myocardium.
"During his brief reign, Pope John Paul I had discovered the existence of corruption on an enormous scale within the Vatican bank, and had begun to
make a whole series of major changes in both the Vatican power structure and Church policies. Some of these changes were so sweeping and of such
extreme importance that the appropriate term for them would be 'revolutionary'. On the night of Sept. 28-29, 1978, many highly influential people in
key positions had a wide variety of strong motives to poison this Pope with the intention of reforming the Church according to the example set by the
usually non-violent Jesus, who suddenly seized a whip and, without asking anyone's permission or advice, drove the money-changers from the Temple.
Following the signs in the sky over the entire length of Italy, repeated two nights in a row over Rome, it would have been entirely in character for
Pope John Paul I to have inaugerated his reform of the Church by revealing to the world the true Fatima message."
- George Andrews, Extra-Terrestrials Among Us