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Vaticans thoughts on UFO’s

Written by Bear. 3 comments Posted in: Aliens & UFOs, Updates
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The Vatican’s  Johnathan Moore discusses Extraterestrial life on Fox news. Johnathan talked about how the Vatican views the possibility of Alien life and how it relates to the Bible.

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  1. Alien Dan

    Great post – you know what they say: “The Truth Is Out There!”

    December 18, 2011 at 10:32 am
  2. Charles

    The priest said IF Adam and Eve really existed or not! Doesn’t he believe in his own Bible? I am a theologian and a scientist and a UFO researcher. Genesis 6:4 says, “there were giants in the earth in those days and afterwards”. Giants is an unfortunate translation from the Greek gigas. The original Hebrew word is NEPHILIM (the fallen ones). It doesn’t refer to the fallen angels who took human women and bore children to them, but the “fallen ones” are actually the hybrid children, the offspring such as those who are the offspring of the abductees today.
    Understand this: God created the earth, He is and was not from the earth. Therefore, He is an extraterrestrial.

    September 22, 2012 at 7:36 am
  3. scolbern

    The archeological evidence indicates that there WERE actual giants on earth thousands of years ago. Giant skeletons have been unearthed at many sites on the globe, but TPTB seem intent on not acknowledging these discoveries.
    I think it is really unfair of you to call the children of abductees “fallen ones”; no matter what modifications the aliens have made to them, they did not ask for this. If God has a problem with what the aliens are doing, then he should stop it. Blaming children for who they are is not right.
    As far as God is concerned, it depends how you define “extraterrestrial”. The Bible says he is in all places at once, so he could just as easily be called a terrestrial being.

    September 24, 2012 at 11:22 am

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