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Release 28a - POPE: "Vatican says aliens could exist!"

MODERATOR's NOTE: When the attached was broadcast worldwide, many were startled and surprised at what the Vatican -- with the full blessing of Pope Benedict XVI -- had to say regarding ALIEN LIFE FORMS. However, when I read articles like the attached -- and there were MANY -- I knew instantly that it was sparked by Pope Benedict XVI's private 2-hour visit with OSR [Our Special Guest]. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to connect the chain of events and dots: The Pope visits America between April 15 - 20 + ANONYMOUS notifies me on Wednesday, 4-23-08 that the Pope met with OSR = The Vatican makes a stunning announcement on or about May 12-13, 2008 regarding ALIEN LIFE in our universe. Many thanx to MARK GRAFFIS for the attached of which he did not know that it was part of a much larger picture and will now be added and memorialized on the "Project SERPO" Web site.

Vatican says aliens could exist

By David Willey
BBC News, Rome

The Pope's chief astronomer says that life on Mars cannot be ruled out.

Writing in the Vatican newspaper, the astronomer, Father Gabriel Funes, said
intelligent beings created by God could exist in outer space.

Father Funes, director of the Vatican Observatory near Rome, is a respected
scientist who collaborates with universities around the world.

The search for forms of extraterrestrial life, he says, does not contradict
belief in God.

The official Vatican newspaper headlines his article 'Aliens Are My Brother'.

'Free from sin'

Just as there are multiple forms of life on earth, so there could exist
intelligent beings in outer space created by God. And some aliens could even be
free from original sin, he speculates.

Asked about the Catholic Church's condemnation four centuries ago of the
Italian inventor of the telescope, Galileo, Father Funes diplomatically says
mistakes were made, but it is time to turn the page and look towards the future.

Science and religion need each other, and many astronomers believe in God, he
assures readers.

To strengthen its scientific credentials, the Vatican is organising a
conference next year to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of the author of
the Origin of Species, Charles Darwin.

Story from BBC NEWS:

Published: 2008/05/13 22:08:27 GMT


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