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Vatican accepts the possibility of alien life.

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posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 03:45 PM
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I dont know about you guys but to me it seems that the Vatican lately is being more and MORE, open to Alien life being a reality. In the past the they Didn't believe in Alien life and their hole view was VERY discriminating/harsh on Astronomy/Astronomers. The Idea of Life out there somewhere to them was BS.
Also seems that they are EMBRACING the Idea that GOD made us ALL including ET and now are preaching that it was in the BIBLE the whole time.
Do you guys think it's because contact with E.T. is going to happen in a year or 2?
And does this has to do with the the attention 2012 is getting?


Here is a good video on 1 DEC 09 with Stephen Colbert
www.colbertnation.com...


Seems that Colbert brings a good point and that is if ET was conformed today Relegion would be blown out of the water. The Vatican on the other hand wants to get ready to preach that it's OK and that it was all part of Gods plan.

Opinions Anybody?




posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 04:31 PM
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good news. when will skeptics accept the possibility?



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 04:38 PM
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It has been predicted for 2000 years...had to happen eventually...

"And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet." Revelation 16:13

Unclean spirits/dragon = Demons in Alien's clothing
Beast = Religion
False Prophet = The Media




posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 05:37 PM
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In its historical roots and traditions the Vatican Observatory is one of the oldest astronomical institutes in the world. For the first foreshadowing of the Observatory can be traced to the constitution by Pope Gregory XIII of a committee to study the scientific data and implications involved in the reform of the calendar which occurred in 1582. The committee included Father Christoph Clavius, a Jesuit mathematician from the Roman College, who expounded and explained the reform. From that time and with some degree of continuity the Papacy has manifested an interest in and support for astronomical research. In fact, three early observatories were founded by the Papacy:
the Observatory of the Roman College (1774-1878) (illustrated), the Observatory of the Capitol (1827-1870), and the Specula Vaticana (1789-1821) in the Tower of the Winds within the Vatican. These early traditions of the Observatory reached their climax in the mid-nineteenth century with the researches at the Roman College of the famous Jesuit, Father Angelo Secchi, the first to classify stars according to their spectra. With these rich traditions as a basis and in order to counteract the longstanding accusations of a hostility of the Church towards science, Pope Leo XIII in 1891 formally refounded the Specola Vaticana (Vatican Observatory) and located it on a hillside behind the dome of St. Peter's Basilica.


Several religious orders contributed personnel and directors to the Observatory. These included Barnabites, Oratorians, Augustinians, and Jesuits.

So much for the Vatican being anti-astronomy.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 05:58 PM
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I think the Vatican has known about ETs longer than we have. But what they preach teaches the opposite of what they know. As long as you keep people ignorant and in fear then you can control them better. But since they are now sharing power with the governments of the world and our government is getting closer to disclosing the truth, they kind of have to go with the flow or else the lose their power entirely. They may lose some followers in the process but they won't lose them all.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 06:03 PM
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It's only a matter of time...








posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 06:04 PM
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Originally posted by BillMe
In its historical roots and traditions the Vatican Observatory is one of the oldest astronomical institutes in the world. For the first foreshadowing of the Observatory can be traced to the constitution by Pope Gregory XIII of a committee to study the scientific data and implications involved in the reform of the calendar which occurred in 1582. The committee included Father Christoph Clavius, a Jesuit mathematician from the Roman College, who expounded and explained the reform. From that time and with some degree of continuity the Papacy has manifested an interest in and support for astronomical research. In fact, three early observatories were founded by the Papacy:
the Observatory of the Roman College (1774-1878) (illustrated), the Observatory of the Capitol (1827-1870), and the Specula Vaticana (1789-1821) in the Tower of the Winds within the Vatican. These early traditions of the Observatory reached their climax in the mid-nineteenth century with the researches at the Roman College of the famous Jesuit, Father Angelo Secchi, the first to classify stars according to their spectra. With these rich traditions as a basis and in order to counteract the longstanding accusations of a hostility of the Church towards science, Pope Leo XIII in 1891 formally refounded the Specola Vaticana (Vatican Observatory) and located it on a hillside behind the dome of St. Peter's Basilica.


Several religious orders contributed personnel and directors to the Observatory. These included Barnabites, Oratorians, Augustinians, and Jesuits.

So much for the Vatican being anti-astronomy.

But are they looking for Aliens or "...for new heavens and a new earth in which righteousness dwells"?




posted on Dec, 3 2009 @ 11:45 AM
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I think there is one Jesuit that is questioning the evidence of ET life.
That seems to be the message here.
Too many ET talkers so the secular/religious arm of the church and Christian
belief, the Jesuits are allowed to mingle society outside the Church,
has been sent out to see the evidence.
I don't think he will find any as ATS members already have confirmed
the noticeable absence of what some are talking about.
Every possibility has an impossibility and every Creation is well done
the first time when God does the doing, as God was pleased with
His Son's work as well.



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