When Science, Religion, and UFOs/ETs converge

Prepare yourself, as the Embassy to welcome an Extraterrestrial civilization on Earth is soon becoming a reality. Here’s why: Understanding of the UFOs/ETs phenomenon and its place in human history is aligning, and the scientific community is showing growing interest. For many scientists, the available evidence and data make denying their existence nearly impossible.

History, religion, science, observations, and even politics are rapidly converging on the obvious: UFOs and Extraterrestrials exist, have a significant connection with us, and are making themselves increasingly visible. Hundreds of scientists worldwide have already expressed their support for the existence of UFOs and Extraterrestrials, including several prominent figures.

Here are some notable scientists who have shown interest or believe in UFOs:

Dr. J. Allen Hynek: An American astronomer and professor, Hynek served as a scientific advisor to UFO studies undertaken by the U.S. Air Force under Project Blue Book. Initially skeptical, he later became an advocate for serious scientific study of UFOs.

Dr. Jacques Vallée: A French computer scientist, astronomer, and ufologist, Vallée is known for his alternative hypothesis on the nature of UFOs, suggesting they might be interdimensional rather than extraterrestrial.

Dr. John Mack: A Harvard psychiatrist who studied individuals claiming to have had encounters with UFOs and extraterrestrial beings. He considered the experiences of these individuals as worthy of academic investigation.

Dr. Michio Kaku: A theoretical physicist and futurist, Kaku has spoken about the possibility of extraterrestrial life and the need to study UFO phenomena scientifically.

Dr. Stanton Friedman: A nuclear physicist who became a prominent UFO researcher, Friedman supported the hypothesis that some UFOs are extraterrestrial spacecraft.

Dr. Avi Loeb: An astrophysicist and professor of science at Harvard University, Loeb has gained attention for his open-minded approach to the possibility of extraterrestrial life, particularly following the discovery of the interstellar object ‘Oumuamua, which he suggested might be an artificial object.

• More and more scientists assert that religious writings, particularly the Bible, explain that all life on Earth was scientifically created by an Extraterrestrial civilization called ‘Elohim’.

And there’s more! Over the past year, Paul Wallis, a theologian, and Mauro Biglino, an Italian author and speaker, have gained significant attention for their controversial theories on biblical texts. These theories challenge traditional religious interpretations, suggesting instead that ancient astronauts and advanced technologies played a role. Mauro Biglino, who worked for Rome’s Saint Paul Press as a Bible translator, has provided precise literal translations of Hebrew words for Vatican-approved interlinear Bibles.The Ancient Astronaut Theory suggests that extraterrestrial beings visited Earth in ancient times and significantly influenced human culture, technology, and religion.

Although the mainstream scientific community largely dismisses this theory due to a lack of concrete evidence, a few scientists and researchers have supported or explored the idea. Here are some notable figures:

1. Erich von Däniken: Though not a scientist by training, von Däniken is a prominent proponent of the ancient astronauts theory. His books, such as “Chariots of the Gods,” have popularized the idea that ancient myths and archaeological structures might be evidence of extraterrestrial visits.

2. Zecharia Sitchin: Wrote extensively about the Ancient Astronaut Theory, focusing on interpretations of ancient Sumerian texts. He suggested that the Anunnaki, a group of deities in Sumerian mythology, were extraterrestrial beings.

3. Dr. Alexander Kazantsev: This Soviet engineer proposed that certain historical events and artifacts could be explained by visits from extraterrestrial beings. He is known for his theories about the Tunguska event being caused by an alien spacecraft.

4. Dr. Giorgio A. Tsoukalos: While not a scientist, Tsoukalos is an advocate of the Ancient Astronaut Theory and is known for his role as a television personality on the History Channel’s series “Ancient Aliens.” He has become a leading figure in popularizing Ancient Astronaut ideas and crop circles.

5. Dr. Paul LaViolette: Astrophysicist and systems theorist, LaViolette has explored the possibility of advanced ancient technologies and extraterrestrial influences in his works, though his views are considered fringe by the mainstream scientific community.

Ancient prophets & Ancient astronauts

The notion that ancient prophets might have referred to Extraterrestrials is a speculative interpretation promoted by supporters of the Ancient Astronaut Theory. This theory posits that descriptions of gods, angels, and other supernatural beings in ancient texts could be understood as references to advanced extraterrestrial visitors.

Here are a few instances where this interpretation has been applied:

1. Ezekiel’s Vision: In the Book of Ezekiel in the Hebrew Bible, the prophet Ezekiel describes a vision of “wheels within wheels” and “living creatures” with multiple faces and wings. Erich von Däniken and other Ancient Astronaut Theorists have suggested that this could be a description of a spacecraft or alien beings.

2. The Book of Enoch: This ancient Jewish text, which is not part of the canonical Bible but is considered significant in some religious traditions, describes the “Watchers,” a group of angels who descended to Earth and interbred with humans. Some Ancient Astronaut proponents, such as Zecharia Sitchin, interpret these Watchers as extraterrestrial beings.

3. Hindu Texts: Ancient Hindu scriptures like the Vedas and the Mahabharata contain descriptions of flying machines called “Vimanas” and battles in the sky. Proponents of the Ancient Astronaut Theory, such as David Hatcher Childress, argue that these texts might be describing advanced extraterrestrial technology.

4. Mayan and Aztec Myths: Some researchers have pointed to the myths and legends of Mesoamerican cultures, such as the Mayans and Aztecs, which include references to gods descending from the sky. These have been interpreted by ancient astronaut theorists as potential evidence of extraterrestrial contact.

5. Sumerian Texts: Zecharia Sitchin’s interpretations of Sumerian texts suggest that the Anunnaki, gods from the heavens in Sumerian mythology, were extraterrestrial beings who came to Earth and influenced human civilization.
Many religious and spiritual traditions contain references to beings from the sky or other worlds, which some interpret as potential references to extraterrestrials. Though these interpretations may not be universally accepted, they remain fascinating and hold a certain validity. This is an exacting discipline. Scholars must be rigorous, avoiding any interpretative bias and focusing strictly on the literal etymological meanings of each word part. Mauro’s findings conflict with the conventional expectations of the Catholic world, catapulting him onto the international stage. His work has uncovered a wealth of cultural memory recorded in the Bible, hidden for centuries by mistranslation and Church dogmas.

Together, Mauro and Paul reveal that the root meanings of several keywords in the Bible disclose an earlier layer of information, distinct from the traditional story of God. Hidden in plain sight within the pages of Genesis is an even more ancient narrative, one that redefines the entire story of human genesis. The  oldest word in the Bible translated as “God” is the Hebrew term “Elohim.” But is this translation accurate? And what are the implications of the translation choices surrounding this enigmatic word? These scientists, despite their varied perspectives and approaches, share a common belief in the importance of scientifically investigating UFO phenomena.

Why do we need an embassy to welcome Extraterrestrials to Earth?

This is the most frequent question in discussions with our government and other contacts. The idea of establishing an embassy to welcome extraterrestrial visitors is rooted in several practical, diplomatic, and symbolic considerations. To ensure preparedness for First Contact, the following terms and conditions should be considered: An embassy would provide a structured and official setting for the first contact with Extraterrestrials, ensuring that interactions are conducted in an orderly manner with established protocols to handle various scenarios, including communication, cultural exchanges, and potential diplomatic relations. It would offer a controlled environment where safety and security measures can be implemented to protect both humans and Extraterrestrials during their initial encounters.An embassy would symbolize a unified approach by the international community in welcoming extraterrestrial visitors. It would act as neutral ground where representatives from various countries can participate in the first contact, ensuring that no single nation monopolizes the interaction. This would lay the groundwork for formal diplomatic relations, similar to how embassies function in international diplomacy between human nations, facilitating negotiations, treaties, and mutual understanding.

While the likelihood of extraterrestrial contact remains speculative, the establishment of an embassy to welcome extraterrestrial visitors represents a proactive and thoughtful approach. It combines preparedness, international cooperation, scientific curiosity, and a commitment to peace and mutual respect, embodying humanity’s aspirations for constructive engagement with other intelligent beings in the universe.

It’s important to remember that we have at least three potential paths forward for the Embassy for Extraterrestrials Project:

1. One country signs the optional protocol, witnessed by two ambassadors. While this would offer only a limited level of protection for the Embassy project, it is still a viable option.

2. A country requests the UN to provide support for our project. Although the UN has no direct involvement with the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, such a request might be helpful. However, as seen with Project Titan, this process could take many years.

3. One country agrees to host a diplomatic conference to discuss the optional protocol. If successful, this could lead to many countries signing the protocol, providing strong protection for our project. This would allow us to quickly move forward with scoping and site feasibility studies.

Let’s make history and build this Embassy!


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