by Rich Scheck
Rumors that a new creation theory will emerge to explain our human origins is gaining credibility in what appears to be the latest “scheduled dissemination” of the official government narrative pertaining to alien life.
Right on cue, NASA has announced it is looking to established theologians to discuss the impact of ET Disclosure on humanity. Simultaneously with the launch of the Webb Telescope which is expected to look back in time close to the birth of the Universe, our government is recruiting clergymen to answer age old questions at Princeton’s Center For Theological Inquiry.
Perhaps it’s not the equivalent of the Council of Nicea which was organized in 325 A. D. by Emperor Constantine to resolve disputes within the Catholic Church and achieve unity. But it does seem to be heading in a similar direction with a goal of: “building bridges of understanding by convening theologians, scientists, scholars, and policymakers to think together – and inform public thinking – on global concerns.’
That sounds very inspiring and noble but this pilgrim is wary that such a group’s mission to
“inform” public opinion may actually be designed to manipulate it and socially engineer the
broad acceptance of an official narrative that echoes Agenda 2030 and the WEF’s plans to
reset the political economy of the planet according to their perception of “global concerns!”
Please excuse my skepticism. But those of us who have observed the machinations of the
government when it comes to the topic of UFOs and ETs are fully cognizant of its propensity to engage in psychological operations to mold thought to conform to its desired agenda.
And with former CIA official John Ramirez reminding us that so much of what emanates from Washington is scripted according to a specific, carefully crafted plan, such concerns are totally justified by previous experience.
The sudden rush in recent years to reverse the decades of official denial and marginalization of Ufology has seen a vigorous effort to legitimize the discussion but along narrowly defined parameters.
The focus on AI that we see with the Galileo Project and Avi Loeb’s background as a military intelligence operative for Israel (Talpiot) and the US (Star Wars), is a red flag that requires the kind of vigilance appropriate for such a sensitive subject as the origins of humanity and the religious/spiritual implications for potential human contact with other sentient species. “Another question the British priest seeks to tackle is if discovering extraterrestrial life demands religions to rewrite the entire story of creation in Genesis.”
I look forward to following the developments of this group as well as that of similar projects that appear to be proliferating. They include ICER, FREE, the People’s Movement for ET Disclosure, Loeb’s work with the Galileo Project, Danny Sheehan’s New Paradigm Institute and the views of Ufologists like Jacques Vallee, Diana Pasulka, Ananda Bosman, Michael Salla, Alfred Webre, Richard Dolan, Richard Hoagland, Daniel Liszt among others.
We need to insure humanity is protected from invidious forces that may be designing a transhumanist dystopia instead of a more spiritually evolved Star Trek future for us all.