The role of the Vatican in the official revelation of the existence of extraterrestrial life has recently been renewed with several developments in connection with world religions.
An interfaith initiative launched by several world religious leaders, including Pope Francis, to promote friendship and unity among diverse faith communities through a joint statement.
According to secret space program whistleblower Corey Goode, Pope Francis and other world leaders were contacted by a group of four human-like extraterrestrial civilizations encouraging them to unite as a prelude to the creation of a new world religion.
The second development was the release of an alleged document, the Majestic-12, which describes groups of extraterrestrials known to the military intelligence community, including one that is human-like and friendly.
She claims formal diplomatic relations were established with the human-looking group during the Eisenhower administration, and continue secretly to this day.
Regarding the role of the Vatican and extraterrestrial life, it is important to note that the Catholic Church has long played a prominent role in secret diplomatic relations with extraterrestrials, dating back at least to post-Second World War.
This involved high-level cooperation with US military intelligence.
The history of the Vatican’s diplomatic relations with extraterrestrials, conducted covertly in coordination with the US military, also included unofficial channels. One of them was the famous contactee, George Adamski.
Adamski claims to have been contacted by a “Nordic” human-looking extraterrestrial group. He regularly briefs Pentagon officials on his contacts which began in 1952.
Furthermore, Adamski claims to have secretly met with Pope John XXIII in 1963. Ufologists such as Desmond Leslie have reviewed Adamski’s claims in this regard, and found them to be factually correct.
Adamski apparently relayed messages and coordinated one or more secret meetings between Pope John XXIII and Northerners who wanted the pope to promote a more tolerant and inclusive Catholic religion.
This happened at the same time as the pope’s convening of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council (1962-1965), which is widely credited with modernizing the Catholic religion and bringing it into the 20th century.
Pope John XXIII
It is important to note the significance of this scenario for a reforming pope willing to fundamentally alter Catholic practices and theology as a result of secret diplomatic relations with extraterrestrials.
Decades later, in February 2008, the Catholic Church reportedly played a leading role in secret United Nations talks about disclosing the reality of extraterrestrial life.
It has been claimed that as a result of these discussions, the Catholic Church will take the lead in promoting greater openness on the subject of UFOs and extraterrestrial life.
This alleged development at the United Nations coincided with the interview with the head of the Vatican Astronomical Observatory, Father Gabriel Funes, entitled “The extraterrestrial is my brother”, published by the Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, on May 13, 2008.
While the existence of the secret UN talks in 2008 continues to be hotly debated, the date of Mr. Funes’ interview makes the existence of these events plausible, as asserted by independent whistleblowers.
Mr. Goode’s recent comments that he was told by his sources that a disclosure initiative did take place in 2008 and that the Vatican played a key role, add credence to these whistleblower claims.
The timing of the release of the Majestic-12 document suggests a significant degree of “behind the scenes” cooperation between the US military intelligence community and the Vatican to lay the groundwork for disclosure and subsequent diplomatic relations with human-like extraterrestrials.
The prospect that Pope Francis and other religious leaders could collaborate with extraterrestrial visitors to promote a new world religion has caused widespread concern.
Is this attempt to create a new world religion part of an officially sanctioned effort by the US military intelligence community to release some, but not all, information about extraterrestrial life and space programs? secrets?
All these questions remain open for the moment.