Just when you think that the Novus Ordo "Church" could not get any wackier, news comes out that the Vatican is planning to take Catholics where no man has gone before. Oh, they're not talking about Africa or China, but rather, outer space. As Pastor Paul Begley would say: "Wh-a-a-a-a-a-a-t"?!
A TELESCOPE NAMED "LUCIFER"?
High atop Mt. Graham, in southeastern Arizona, sits a Vatican-owned observatory with one of the world's most sophisticated ocular telescopes known today: the large binocular telescope (LBT). The two massive mirrors with which it is equipped, safely embrace between them a device named "Lucifer." Not too far from "Lucy" (as they affectionately call her) stands the Heinrich Hertz Submillimeter Telescope, along with the Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope (VATT).
All of this gives me pause as I think back to the day when each of us had a pagan baby box and worked diligently to fill it with pennies and nickels. In this way, the good Dominican sisters at St. Brigid's Catholic School taught us compassion and charity for our fellow man (baby). More importantly, we learned the importance of spreading our Catholic faith.
Where have all the pagan babies gone? Is there no longer hunger and devastation in the world? How many pagan babies could be fed and catechized with the money spent on the Vatican's "toys"? Will our children and grandchildren someday come home from school with a "pagan alien" carton?
Brother Guy Consolmagno, S.J. is no slouch. He has a PhD and has worked at NASA, taught at Harvard and MIT, and is currently a planetary scientist and Curator of Meteorites at the Vatican Observatory. There has even been an asteroid named after him.
He knows his stuff.
Consolmagno is the author of several books, including one in which he predicts that in the not too distant future, society will "look to the aliens to be the saviors of humankind." Wh-a-a-a-a-a-a-t"?!
In his book, " Brother Astronomer: Adventures of a Vatican Scientist" he writes, "So the question of whether or not one should evangelize is really a moot point. Any alien we find will learn and change from contact with us, just as we will learn and change from contact with them. It's inevitable. And they'll be evangelizing, us, too."
What a pile of cow manure.
Fr. Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti, an Opus Dei theologian at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, also touts the philosophy of a spiritually-evolved alien culture who will ultimately arrive to bring us the "truth" that Christ apparently failed to bring 2000 years ago.
In the Encyclopedia of Religion and Science website, under the entry "Extraterrestrial Life," Tanzella-Nitti claims that contact with aliens will move us forward to a clearer understanding of our relationship with God (implying that the Bible is incomplete). He reassures us, however, that, "At the same time, it seems important to note that a believer who is respectful of the requirements of scientific reasoning would not be obliged to renounce his own faith in God simply on the basis of the reception of new, unexpected information of a religious character from extraterrestrial civilizations."
This false reassurance is a necessary element of the temptation that has existed since the Garden of Eden. "It's okay; you aren't doing anything wrong. This is good for you."
Consalgmano uses the same forked-tongue (i.e. serpent-like) approach in his interview with the Catholic News Service where he states, "The Bible is also replete with references to or descriptions of 'nonhuman intelligent beings' who worship God. For example, the Scriptures talk about angels, 'sons of God' who took human wives, and 'heavenly beings' that 'shouted for joy' when God created the earth."
Notice how he quickly mentions the "sons of God who took human wives," calling them "angels." He then jumps to "heavenly beings" who "shouted for joy when God created the earth." Try has he might, they are not the same thing; there is no comparison. The so-called "sons of God" were fallen angels—demons (i.e. evil). Those who "shouted for joy when God created the earth" are the likes of the Archangel Michael.
The plain fact is, these creatures are demons, period.
Consalgmano andTanzella-Nitti's words are a blatant demonstration of the evil with which the whole alien indoctrination is riddled. This is Vatican II's killshot—what it has been leading up to for over 50 years—their checkmate.
CONNECTING THE DOTS
Hindsight being 20/20, let's go back to the beginning and see if there is a method to the madness. It all began in the early '60s with John XXIII and his Vatican Council. The name of the game was "Ecumenism." Christ was out; separated brethren were in. It all sounded quite charitable at the time, but as the cancer began to metastasize, Catholics everywhere slowly lost their focus. Those who struggled to hold on were demonized for being judgmental. "Judge not lest ye be judged" was flung about recklessly until a tumor of doubt was planted deeply into those who were without enough graces to discern.
Progressive liberals in the Church worked long and hard at redirecting the focus of the Mass and the Catholic faith from being God centered, to a humanistic shadow of what it once was. This was necessary to make the faithful ready for the final blow—the acceptance of "extraterrestrial life" as just another separated brethren. They are far from being "brethren," however. These New Age false prophets (i.e. the Jesuits) are using the teachings of the Catholic Church to lure unsuspecting, watered-down Catholics into the arms of Lucifer.
THE GRAND FINALE: PROJECT BLUE BEAM
In 1994, Serge Monast, a Canadian journalist, wrote a column describing a purported four-step plan by NASA entitled, "NASA's Project Blue Beam." Those four steps included 1) fake archaeological discoveries that will disprove all religious doctrine, 2) a fake holographic appearance seen around the world, of God speaking in the vernacular, 3) telepathic messages "from God" (mind control) sent to the population using microwaves, and 4) a staged extraterrestrial threat to strike fear into everyone--and to top it all off--while the Rapture is going on.
As is common during these times of social media, stories of Monast's apparent whistleblowing spread like wildfire throughout the Internet. Fueling the fire is the story that while Monast and a colleague were investigating Project Blue Beam, both mysteriously died of heart attacks within a week of each other.
Not everyone is swallowing this rumor hook, line and sinker, however. Author Richard Dolan, in his article, "Project Blue Beam Exposed," alludes to the possibility—actually he insists that the whole thing is a crock and that Monast's theory is merely a rewrite of old "StarTrek" movies.
So there you go.
Regardless of the veracity of this dastardly plan, there is no doubt that the powers that be certainly have the technology to pull off just such a convincing deception. Included in this article is a sample of some of the sights that have been seen in the sky. And I will admit that the "cross over Russia" had me running to my printer to distribute to all of my friends!
In an age when it's possible to "create" just about anything and almost impossible to believe anything, how does one discern between the truth and deception? Well, a quote from scripture comes to mind:
Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. By their fruits you shall know them. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit, and the evil tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can an evil tree bring forth good fruit. Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit, shall be cut down, and shall be cast into the fire. Wherefore by their fruits you shall know them (Matt. 7: 15-20).
What are the Jesuits' fruits? The best answer to that is the book, "The Jesuits" by Fr. Malachy Martin--a Jesuit, himself, who candidly reveals the inner circles of the Jesuit Order.
Then ask yourself, "Can anything good come from a Jesuit?" Furthermore, can anything that is promoted by a Jesuit be coming from God?