Former Pope warns of Vatican Alien Agenda

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Former pope Benedict XVI spread consternation in the catholic world this morning as he claimed that a group of  jesuits had infiltrated the Vatican and were pursuing what he called an alien agenda.

In a press conference rebroadcasted live on FM german catholic radio station, Radio Horeb, the first pope to retire from his position in 598 years expressed his feelings of deception as “a sinister group of members of the Vatican are pushing on for the search for extra-terrestrial life” through their Lucifer 2 Large Binocular Telescope based at Vatican Observatory on Mt. Graham in Tucson, USA.

“A sinister group of members of the Vatican are pushing on for the search for extra-terrestrial life”

The Vatican made front news earlier this month when José Gabriel Funes, an Argentine Jesuit priest and astronomer, and the current director of the Vatican Observatory, sponsored a major conference in collaboration with NASA entitled The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System: Exoplanets, Biosignatures & Instruments and announced the purchase of a new 2 M$ lens for its Lucifer 2 Large Binocular Telescope.

“Just as there is a multiplicity of creatures on earth, there can be other beings, even intelligent, created by God. This is not in contrast with our faith because we can’t put limits on God’s creative freedom. Why can’t we speak of a ‘brother extraterrestrial’? It would still be part of creation” answered Vatican Observatory director, José Gabriel Funes, when asked about the role of extra-terrestrial life in the catholic faith.

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  1. Jesus on April 1, 2014 at 1:45 am said:

    AMEN !

  2. Josephine Harkay on April 1, 2014 at 5:56 am said:

    I hate the naming of their telescope “Lucifer,” otherwise the scientific research may be just a fruitful waste of time.

    • Bubba on May 1, 2014 at 2:25 am said:

      Lucifer. Light bearer. Isn’t that what a telescope is ?

    • John on May 1, 2014 at 1:54 pm said:

      The name just justifies who they are looking for.

    • Cthulu on May 1, 2014 at 3:57 pm said:

      Well, the Vatican telescope isn’t called Lucifer but VATT. Lucifer belongs to another group, unrelated to the Vatican.

    • john on May 6, 2014 at 4:02 pm said:

      It AMAZES me how ignorant you are…. The catholic church’s telescope is NOT named LUCIFER but the Arizona College observatory next to the Church’s is!!! Lemme guess you are a fan of the dummest man ever Tom Horn? ha ha ha pathetic, sad and typical Protestant. UNEDUCATED

  3. denden on April 2, 2014 at 3:38 pm said:

    thewarningsecondcomingdotcom tells more about this

    • marc on May 3, 2014 at 1:14 pm said:

      look into tommorows world they seem closer to the truth than anybody else.

  4. Rosa Lopes (@madmjustice) on April 28, 2014 at 11:30 pm said:

    Lies after lies and more lies.There are no aliens and they know it what they are looking for is the fallen angels which they have released from hell 3 million in 2013 and another 5 million in 2014.And soon there will not be any demon left in hell so prepare for the unexpected.

    • Dot Dot Dot on May 1, 2014 at 4:38 am said:

      Wow you ate paint chips as a child I’m assuming?

    • andrew on May 1, 2014 at 5:06 pm said:

      Rosa May not be to far from the truth. I believe aliens and fallen angles are one in the same. As a believer in Christ and not a member of the Holy Roman Church, Jesus is coming quickly to rature the true church, the Church that fully believes that Jesus is the Christ the Son of the Living God and that there is no way into heaven but by Him. Look for People to disapper and then all Hell to break lose here on this Earth. If you do not believe in Jesus then you had better find someone to explain to you the plan of salvation and repent from your sins and except Jesus as Lord and Savoir of you life or you will be left behind to suffer at the hands of these fallen angles, and you will experiance the judgement of God at the same time.

    • Paffy Ferg. on May 4, 2014 at 10:36 pm said:

      Well what are demons and where did they come from
      .. the word Alien only suggest that they don’t come from earth and were not spawned here.. So don’t trip over vernocular. Clearly humans and anglels or demons are not the same

  5. Beth Johnson on May 1, 2014 at 1:20 pm said:

    Since the Bible (God’s infallible Word) tells us the He made man in His own image, aliens , were not made by God. To say so is heresy. If there are aliens, they were made by their creator, L.U.C.I.F.E.R.. Why would Catholic Jesuit Priests who own and man a powerful telescope on Mt. Graham in Arizona, name the damned thing for Satan ?

    • Jennifer on May 1, 2014 at 1:58 pm said:

      Lucifer is not God and Lucifer can NOT CREATE ANYTHING BUT LIES. Only God can CREATE.

    • Cthulu on May 1, 2014 at 4:01 pm said:

      They didn’t. They don’t have a telescope named Lucifer. They have a telescope named VATT, located on Mt. Graham in Arizona – NEXT to another group’s telescope named Lucifer.

      The Vatican doesn’t own Mt. Graham or Arizona or the University of Arizona.

    • ziggy on May 1, 2014 at 11:47 pm said:

      Is there a difference between create and make? I think I will make myself a chef salad.

  6. Cthulu on May 1, 2014 at 3:56 pm said:

    The Vatican does NOT have a telescope named Lucifer. That particular telescope is next door to the Vatican’s telescope which is called VATT, not Lucifer. The Vatican does not own Mt. Graham near Tuscon, Arizona. Other groups are free to use Mt. Graham for their telescopes.

    This is just a slur against the Catholic Church. It’s best to check out these stories to find out if they are actually true. This one is not.

    • Linda on May 1, 2014 at 4:22 pm said:

      I looked it up and you are right!!! Wow, I learned something!! I’m not ashamed to admit when I’m wrong, and I love to learn so thank you. I guess it would be wise if we all look thing up before we believe? Be a Berean!!
      Thanks for the education,Cthulu .

    • andrew on May 1, 2014 at 5:15 pm said:

      what you say is true also. There are two teloscopes side by side one being used by the Vatican the other by the University of Arizona. How ironic it is though that the Vatican happend to have its teloscope (VATT)so close to (LUCIFER) Dose anyone else see the irony in this

    • Paffy Ferg. on May 4, 2014 at 10:42 pm said:

      There seems to be no slurs. As the ex Pope is the one pointing out that some in the Vatican are after this hunt for extra-terrestrial life.. And the good Book only discusses issues about Man and what is relavent to mankind. That doesn’t negate what else is out there by any means. It just means God chose not to inform us.

      Furthermore The name Lucifer is only found once in English Bibles and not at all in Hebraic.. the translation actually means.. Halell.. or a dirge. And it doesn’t refer to the devil but to Christ when was to come and offer his life as a sacrifice for sins. For the Devil was never peirced, killed, or buried. But Christ was. Think about that..

  7. isaiah on May 1, 2014 at 4:17 pm said:

    AMEN!!! its about time people thought like that. god definitely could have and I believe has created other life.

  8. LWill on May 1, 2014 at 4:27 pm said:

    Aliemonic activity is nothing new. There are other beings. They’re called Angels, and demons.

  9. Rick on May 1, 2014 at 5:35 pm said:

    They’re called demons.

  10. Jesse Alan Long on May 2, 2014 at 1:27 am said:

    Aliens are both fallen angels as well as angels that are loyal to YAHWEH EL ELOHIM. Furthermore, it is no mere coincidence that VATT and Lucifer are close to one another since the Illuminati controls both the Vatican AND the University of Arizona throughout its stranglehold on the global public educational system.

    • Paffy Ferg. on May 4, 2014 at 10:50 pm said:

      Actually the Illuminati is controlled by the Vatican. Got that reversed. Look at the Bascilica in St Peters inside and outside the court. And look at the White House above ground veiw. The pillar inside the circle with the cardinal points connecting the directions of N S W and E with the sub points NE NW, SE and SW. That spin off from the pillar. Notice that every easter the pope enters the circle and then performs the easter right? Then afterward goes to the sepulture which is in the middle of another Circle the Circle of Ezekeil? Which lines form a pentagram? Notice the paintings in the Cathedral are positioned like those of Balfemet? Even the ones of Goerge Washington in the lobby of the White House is so. And the RCC is much older then the U.S.

    • Paffy Ferg. on May 4, 2014 at 10:55 pm said:

      The commonality of expressions.. are uncanny and similar dispite the age difference of the two nations. But the Scottish rite, the Templars, and the Jesuits also the RCC itself is filled with Chaldean and Sumarian Kabalism, Zoarism going back centuries. It cannot be seperated as these emerged from the first. RCC. And they got it from their freinds the 7th Century Zoarsim of Talmudism.. and so on and so forth. There is just so much you were never taught by your priests.

  11. Matthew on May 2, 2014 at 11:00 am said:

    I see a lot of comments on here about the telescope but no one touches what he said about agendas, also I find it very strange that the church would also come out and say there was no adam or eve. A lot of people also have a misconception about the bible such as the rapture, the word rapture is never actually used in the bible and was an interpretation of passages in the bible by a scholar but wasn’t actually a part of it and I don’t believe some will escape judgment when it says all will be held accountable for their sins. Also if you read the book of enoch the fallen angels are bound in the earth not outside of it, which means aliens aren’t fallen angels they are simply aliens. I know I’m going to catch flak for this also but their is one interpretation most people get wrong and it’s that Jesus is the only way to heaven, he acts as a medeator between us and god and through him we are able to go to heaven however god has the final say, you can’t have one without the other because to do so would be wrong. Also if you want to get technical it says thou shall have no images of me, and if you look around they are everywhere and idolatry is rampant. God means for you to love him and accept him and his son in your heart and to love each other as Christ loved the church, and that’s the problem how many people do you know who truly do selfless acts anymore without hope of anything in return and truly love everyone they are around. This world has a long way to go before we can redeem ourselves and by looking at the shape of things an how men forget their history we are doomed to respeat the mistakes of our ancestors. When the judgement comes the best thing you can do is accept your fate and judgement given to you by your actions and until then do the best you can to be a good person an hope that god has mercy not just on your soul but all of humanity as well…

    • Martha on May 2, 2014 at 11:58 am said:

      The Christ is back and was announced by Pope Benedict XVI on March 26th 2013. The following is the Apostolic Letter written by Benedict. It is uploaded in 18 languages at the scribd site for the Christ. Benedict has been held captive by the Francis who is the Antichrist and knows the Christ is back and refuses to announce him.

      http://www.scribd.com/doc/134453802/Roman-Pontiff-Emeritus-Benedict-XVI-Apostolic-Letter-Signed

    • Deanna Johnston Clark on May 16, 2014 at 12:47 am said:

      Adam and Eve have been discredited by the Pope? But that’s the whole story!! Adam and Eve are the soul, the devil divided them…that’s the fall, the division of the human interior person.

      Jesus is the new Adam, Mary the woman who is the new Eve. This is Catholic truth and based on Genesis.

      No Adam? No Eve…there are 6 billion here on earth and there would certainly have been a primal couple long ago.

      To deny original sin, of which there is ample proof over the history of humanity, is to deny the need for a Redeemer. The world is getting insane.

  12. Mary Lee on May 2, 2014 at 6:32 pm said:

    We haven’t heard much, if anything, from the embattled Vicar of God, Pope Benedict XVI, since he exited the Holy See, more than a year ago. I guess since they were canonizing two other popes, they had to let him out of his cage, so to speak, for the occasion, at least.I knew Pope Benedict XVI was being “held” in a building behind St. Peter’s Basilica, where there is a small observatory, so it’s no wonder he is making mention of the Jesuit alien agenda, since he is living in the midst of it! The fact that this exiled Pope is making mention of the nefarious dealings of the Jesuits is encouraging. It shows that, in spite of what he has been through, he has “spunk.” He will probably be able to lead the remnant Church, those who will not follow this “Imposter Pope” the Jesuits have put in. Pretty soon, following Pope Francis’ changing of the Catholic Eucharist, announcing there is no sin and no hell, and gathering huge amounts of money to feed the world’s poor, there will be a “schism” in the Church, including Christians from all denominations. Priests, ministers and all Christians will have to decide whether to follow seemingly holy Francis into the One World Religion, or to become part of the remnant, Christ’s true Church which will be called heretics and will have to attend services and receive Holy Communion, “underground,” in refuges.

    • Deanna Johnston Clark on May 16, 2014 at 12:49 am said:

      Yes, and it will be the old fashioned Christians who help the poor most…for a certainty.

  13. Logic on May 2, 2014 at 6:57 pm said:

    You guys make a lot of unjustifiable claims.
    We can know very little about what life would extraterrestrial life would be like. We can reasonably infer that organic life exists, therefore we know it’s a model that may be able to evolve on other planets, but we certainly can’t rule out life built in very different ways.
    The challenge lies in the fact that we can only make claims to knowledge based on observations, we have no observations of extraterrestrial life, so we’re very limited in what we can say about it. This is science, these are the principles we apply to all academic fields.
    The bible is entirely useless in determining what other life may exist in the universe, the men (and perhaps women) who contributed to the bible had no knowledge about life, it’s origins or it’s distribution across the universe beyond that of modern astronomers, chemists or biologists.
    As angels have never been proved to exist speculating that life beyond our planet make be the home of their nasty counterparts is completely unfounded. We have simply no reason to claim it, we might reasonably ask if it’s possible, but even then we’d come up with absolutely no logical reason as to why it *would* be the case. It could, but as there are a great number of other hypotheses about the nature of extraterrestrial life, each with evidence and obervations to substantiate some of these ideas it would be a hypothesis that was quickly, quickly discarded.
    Claims of Angels, demons, or Jesus’ intentions are entirely unsubstantiated.
    When it comes to ‘alien intention’ the sort of motivations are usually things like money or prestige, duller I agree so maybe we should all hope that what motivates this Jesuit is geuine, scientific curiosity and stop spinning fairy tales about what he’s likely to find.

    • Matthew on May 2, 2014 at 9:01 pm said:

      Well I’ll believe Christ has come back when he splits the eastern sky not when a pope or any man says so, also the bible isn’t useless because it is a guide to moral living if you had read it you would understand and the claims about angels and the such are not simply figments of imagination either, and actually since science has been brought into a religious discussion then if you believe in evolution and the such then why are there still monkeys if we evolved from them. They have had the exact same time frame as us to evolve and grow however we see them as they have been since our ancestors were here. And actually our ancestors had greater astronomical knowledge than most well educated people today because it was there way to navigate and they looked towards the stars for signs and etc., also if they knew nothing about life then how did we make medicine in the old days to heal the sick or infirm. It seems to me that modern “science” discredits things when it doesn’t fit in a particular paradigm designed by those with the philosophy of whoever has the best guess wins. So as a scientific and religious man I’m going to ask you a science question, the Big Bang says the universe was created in an instant from an unimaginably dense point. Now if that was the case then that means that something had to squeeze everything in the conceivable universe into a point smaller than an atom, and then bang correct. Well space expands not contracts so what could’ve caused this to happen, please when you can come up with a good guess or an intelligent answer I’d love to know what you think…..

  14. Matthew on May 2, 2014 at 9:15 pm said:

    Also as a side note I would also like to say that our ancestors built the greatest monolithic structures know to man the likes of which even we cannot replicate with our “modern” technology, so to say they had no idea about those things is either arrogance in which case I’d love to see someone try to rebuild the pyramids in Egypt in the same time frame which by the way is cutting,transporting, and placing a multi-ton block every 8 seconds. Or just flat out denying there intelligence when they had built these great structures in ways we don’t yet understand. “Science” is flawed because of lack of conviction and Religion is flawed by lack of science only with both will man ever truly understand not only what we were meant to be but where we will end up. Like it says in the bible, knowledge will never be withheld from man so long as he the wisdom to understand it, which in our day is beyond rare.

  15. Matthew on May 2, 2014 at 10:13 pm said:

    Also “alien agenda” is actually another term used for an agenda outside of what the church considers normal good job with your interpretation scientist :)

  16. Logic on May 3, 2014 at 11:04 am said:

    I’m aware… there was a modicum of playfulness in my use of the term ‘Alien Agenda’ for that exact reason. But that is besides the point. Sorry, but your understand of evolution is flawed, which is fine, it is a fairly difficult concept.
    Humans are primates of the hominid group, we didn’t evolve from the other primates you see around today, we have all changed, bit by bit over millions of years due to random mutations (which are very interesting and I can explain further if you like) and accumulated these changes due to the very non-random process of natural selection. The Rhesus Monkey share’s a fairly recent common ancestor with us, other primates share a less recent common ancestor with us and we could trace our ancestry back to being shared with any organism we observe, but the time frames we would be talking about are unimaginable.
    As for the big bang, I’m not an expert. I do find the expansion of space a fantastic yet incredibly difficult concept, but rest assured such a concept has had myself and my friends arguing over Parmenides’ work for nights and nights.

    You misunderstand. I’m not stating previous human civilisations have no knowledge of anything, or that they didn’t achieve anything. The Egyptians for example did build remarkable things. How did they build the pyramids? Well, I know I’d struggle to replicate them, but they did it with mathematics, engineering and thousands and thousands of lives. Did they do it by expecting the pyramids to be there? Or vaguely accepting that their gods would raise them? No, they had faith in their gods and sure it motivated them, it wasn’t their faith that made it possible.
    I have read the bible my friend, more than most. But you’ve missed the point and this is also fine because religion is a system that relies heavily on indoctrination. The problem with your approach is that you make assumptions:
    1. The bible is true
    2. Let’s look at the world and see what we can work out
    And then you have the highly unfortunate job of having to rearrange the universe to fit in with the world view of a number of people who wrote a highly confused and contradictory text thousands of years ago. I’m afraid it is the case that all the morality we’ve gleaned from the bible was present in the writing of the Greek’s thousands of years before Jesus probably lived. The bible has some good commandments in it, in the absense of moral reasoning or science it may be a good way to live one’s life, but as is the Koran (which may be a little better).
    If you want to understand the universe assumptions before you start aren’t a great way to go. Don’t assume anything. If the bible were true, or divinely inspired then we would see some evidence of this outside of the bible itself, but without faith there is no reason to assume it is divine- faith is not a justified reason, millions of people hold faith in things around the world which you would say are unjustified as a Christian and works as no objective measure of validity. Yes people who lived before had a better knowledge of how the stars looked from Earth, but it wasn’t until Kepler (who lived in the 17th century) that western society even startet to realise the moon was an actual, mass based object rather than a divine projection, many of us had no idea that the stars were made of matter.
    Science has been abused, there are people who want certain outcomes from experients, but this is highly unscientific. The process itself is simply a way of determing what is true, based on the evidence we can test. But if you want to accuse science of being riddled with conformation bias compared to any relgiion, I think there is more irony than I can currently handle.

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  18. Mercer on May 3, 2014 at 3:59 pm said:

    A few things: The Bible is true. Read it literally. There was no Big Bang….God/Jesus spoke it into existence.
    The pyramids were built by Giants…yes, that’s right. Scripture tells us they were as tall as “Cedars” thats like 20-30 feet tall.
    The Giants were hybrids from the union of fallen angels and the “daughters of man” Read genesis 6! Look up the Wedsites of Tom Horn, Steve Quayle, L A Marzulli, Doug Hamp, Chuck Missler….they all will clearly tell you what scripture says about these things.
    remember God sits outside of time. As Isaiah tell us God know the end from the beginning.
    As an ex catholic I can tell you there is a very dark side to that church. Many Luciferrions in it and at the TOP . Its really a battle for Jerusalem where The Lord Jesus Christ will reign after His second coming. We are about to enter the Tribulation period. The only one who can save you out of it is a faith and relationship with Jesus, who became a man. Died as a sacrifice to atone for sin.
    Just read the bible in its most literal sense and you will see the truth. Time is short.

    • Deanna Johnston Clark on May 16, 2014 at 12:56 am said:

      Yes, the Word brought creation! Jews believe the spoken word is alive…ALIVE.

      Our spoken words go forth into all creation…and will come back to us bearing their fruit.

      A name for God is “King who delights in Life”…Isn’t that wonderful…our words for good or ill are immortal and full of power.

  19. Mercer on May 3, 2014 at 4:13 pm said:

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  20. Logic on May 3, 2014 at 5:49 pm said:

    I can’t tell if you’re joking…

  21. James Power on May 3, 2014 at 6:03 pm said:

    Reading those comments above, I must be on a site for the bewildered.

  22. Angelo on May 4, 2014 at 11:05 am said:

    Oh Just Great! They will probably make contact with some sinister bad aliens that will trick them into coming in piece and then once they get here then we all get harvested for their food. LOL Seen something like this on a movie, lol

  23. Luminousman on May 6, 2014 at 12:48 am said:

    Isn’t this all a big distraction to take away attention to the child trafficking charges being brought up now against the Vatican, Ratzinger AND the royal family ?

    • Deanna Johnston Clark on May 16, 2014 at 12:59 am said:

      Remember that Benedict once pointed to the threshold of his Papal apartment and commented, “Any power I have ends right here.”

      Only simple minded people think the Pope runs the Church.

      Benedict can redeem his failings with warnings, perhaps…I prefer to hope for the good from him.

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Former pope Benedict XVI spread consternation in the catholic world this morning as he claimed that a group of  jesuits had infiltrated the Vatican and were pursuing what he called an alien agenda.

In a press conference rebroadcasted live on FM german catholic radio station, Radio Horeb, the first pope to retire from his position in 598 years expressed his feelings of deception as “a sinister group of members of the Vatican are pushing on for the search for extra-terrestrial life” through their Lucifer 2 Large Binocular Telescope based at Vatican Observatory on Mt. Graham in Tucson, USA.

“A sinister group of members of the Vatican are pushing on for the search for extra-terrestrial life”

The Vatican made front news earlier this month when José Gabriel Funes, an Argentine Jesuit priest and astronomer, and the current director of the Vatican Observatory, sponsored a major conference in collaboration with NASA entitled The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System: Exoplanets, Biosignatures & Instruments and announced the purchase of a new 2 M$ lens for its Lucifer 2 Large Binocular Telescope.

“Just as there is a multiplicity of creatures on earth, there can be other beings, even intelligent, created by God. This is not in contrast with our faith because we can’t put limits on God’s creative freedom. Why can’t we speak of a ‘brother extraterrestrial’? It would still be part of creation” answered Vatican Observatory director, José Gabriel Funes, when asked about the role of extra-terrestrial life in the catholic faith.

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