posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 10:05 AM
They've never debunked a thing. Those most definitely are UFO's being depicted.
Ex-Vatican Translator, Mauro Biglino's Alternative Creation/Translation Theory
Mauro Biglino's literal translation shows that the Church is most certainly aware of ufology in the religion starting with the term Ruach. For the
Hebrew language didn't even exist according to scholars, at the time of Moses, not even Aramaic then, though there is debate over what language they
were speaking. But it was thought to be Amorite by some.
When Hebrew was formed, the vowel inserts create the word meaning and they don't exist. Linguists have to admit they are guessing, and there are 70
different possibilities for some of the words meanings.
But there are default words, from older languages, such as RUACH which is sumar.
It has a pictograph:
A picture at the bottom of this quote. That which causes wind on the water never meant, The Spirit of God.
He then said this, quoted from that post:
So, that is a thing we don't know what it is, let say we don't know it, so we can take it easy, but which decidedly hovers on the water.
---As we don't know what it is, we'll name it by borrowing the name directly from the Vatica, so that we won't go wrong.
If you read last editions of the “Lexicon Recentis Latinitatis”, published by the “:Liberia Editrice Vatican” where they insert the latin
neologisms, you'll find that the Vatican inserted “navis sideralis”, which means “starship” They inserted “areia navis”, thus
“airship”, they inserted “aireus viator”, that is “astronaut” and they inserted an acronym, “R.I.V” which means: res inexplicatae
volantes”, that is UFO's.
---The ones of you that just saw that stuff now will realize that it's an unknown thing that hovers on the water.
So the Vatican identifies Ruach with UFO, and uses words "aireus viator" which = astronaut.