Christian theologians accuse the Vatican of concealing information about unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrial civilizations Christian theologians accuse the Vatican of concealing information about unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrial civilizations

Christian theologians accuse the Vatican of concealing information about unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrial civilizations

Christian theologians accuse the Vatican of concealing information about unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrial civilizations

Catholic Review magazine reported in an article that a group of scientists suspected that the Catholic Church in the Vatican was hiding information about unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrial civilizations.

Diana Walsh Pasulka, a professor of religion at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, stated that the Apostolic Archives in the Vatican contain many reports of strange phenomena, and among these phenomena the reports mention seeing unknown flying balls flying through the monastery, other flying objects, and other phenomena. Like this.

Carolina pointed out that in the past, such phenomena were called miracles, but now she does not rule out that these unidentified flying objects may have a more meaningful explanation in this context.

Historian Carlos Eyre, who teaches at Yale University, emphasized that modern reports of unidentified flying objects, and ancient records of miracles, can be classified as (impossible or extremely improbable), noting that the Vatican archives are considered of particular value to researchers, as they The Catholic Church since the Renaissance has treated accounts of miracles skeptically and required witnesses to testify under oath.

While Marco Grilli, secretary of the director of the Apostolic Archives at the Vatican, stated that there were no documents in the archive about extraterrestrial life, and advised scientists to abandon their “futile and fruitless” attempts to find such materials in the possession of the Catholic Church.

Since May 19, the Catholic Church has changed the rules for recognizing paranormal phenomena, and according to new guidelines published by the Vatican's Department for the Doctrine of the Faith, only the Pope will make the appropriate decision in exceptional cases.

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