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Vatican Astronomers Join Search for Extra-Terrestrials

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According to two evangelical authors and researchers, Tom Horn and Chris Putnam, Vatican astronomers are using an observatory in Arizona and another telescope with the acronym LUCIFER, to search for extra-terrestrial life.

In their soon-to-be-released book titled “Exo-Vaticana: Petrus Romanus, Project LUCIFER, and the Vatican‘s astonishing plan for the arrival of an alien savior”, Horn and Putnam claim that, based on their research of Vatican records, the Vatican “consider the existence of aliens the inevitable consequence of God‘s omnipotence.”

The researchers were granted permission to visit the Mount Graham International Observatory, which hosts the Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope (VATT), where they met the papal astronomer, Brother Guy Consolmagno. Over five interviews, Consolmagno revealed that the high-level theologians and astronomers within the Church believe that “soon the nations of the world are going to look to the aliens for their salvation”

Time will tell, if this will come to pass…

By April Holloway

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April Holloway is a Co-Owner, Editor and Writer of Ancient Origins. For privacy reasons, she has previously written on Ancient Origins under the pen name April Holloway, but is now choosing to use her real name, Joanna Gillan.

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