I do believe in extra-terrestrial life, but not in UFO. It‘s somewhat similar with the faith and the God. I believe in the Idea, but not in its generally accepted, specific perception. The Idea can be accepted from a logical point of view, but a specific, a concretization of the Idea need to be demonstrated. Otherwise, I suspect it to deserve to one or another interest.
The Director of the Vatican Observatory, José Gabriel Funes, admitted the possibility of extra-terrestrial life in an interview with the Papacy’s inhouse daily L’Osservatore Romano, titled “The Alien is my Brother”. “This is not in contradiction with our faith, because we cannot establish limits to God’s creative freedom… To say it with St Francis, if we can consider some earthly creatures as ‘brothers’ or ‘sisters’, why could we not speak of a ‘brother alien’? He would also belong to the creation.”
José Gabriel Funes said he believed the Big Bang theory was the most “reasonable” explanation of the creation of the universe, meaning the creation of the Universe due to a primary explosion of a singular point, now, after billions of years, the Universe being in expansion.
These days, Mike Foreman, a mission specialist during the recent Shuttle Endeavor voyage, expressed also confidence in the extra–terestrial life: “It’s hard to believe that there is not life somewhere else in this great universe.”
Last month, some mysterious lights were seen over Phoenix.
Britain’s defence ministry opens these days its secret UFO files to the public.
NASA scientists at the Chandra X-ray Observatory are holding a teleconference this morning to announce “the discovery of an object in our Galaxy astronomers have been hunting for more than 50 years.”
Now, I just see on TV a discussion about these latest declarations, trying to say that we have to expect to big changes during the near future, that we are just prepared by these declarations to what it will start soon.
It is just what some world leaders want to induce to us. We have to be disconnected from the real problems of the world. Do we want this? I think it is like In Matrix, some of us refused to be connected to the real world.
I believe that the persons that make reference to UFO and aliens belong to three categories:
- The fanatics: they really believe in in UFO and extra-terrestrial life on Earth
- The desperate: they need, due to a reason or another, to believe in UFO, in order to keep the Hope
- The manipulators: the persons that spread this idea of the UFO and aliens in order to divert attention from other social or economical phenomena.
Anyway, maybe it is a coincidence. But if it is a marketing strategy of the last X-Files movie (titled “I want to believe”) released by 20th Century Fox, to launch the trailer right these days to coincide with the latest news about extra-terrestrial life, I congratulate them for their professionalism. X-Files | I want to believe is filming now in Vancouver, and is due out in theaters July 25.