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"vatican observatory" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Lies close to the plane of the milky way and at a distance of some fifty thousand or sixty thousand light years from its center. The diameter of the milky way as deduced from dr harlow shop lease work on globular star. Clusters is about three hundred thousand light years in extent or ten times greater than the limit set some years ago the apparent crowding together of the stars into dense clouds in the milky way is partly an effect due to our position in the milky way when we look at the heavens in a direction at right angles. To this plane we find comparatively few stars lying along our line of vision because the stars are actually fewer number in this direction. If we look along the plane of the milky way however we see to a greater distance through an enormous depth of stars how individual stars may not be much closer together in the milky way. Then they are outside of it there are on the whole more of them and the effect of greater density is produced. Father hagen at the vatican observatory who has for years made a study of the dark clouds of obscuring matter and dark nebula that abound in space has found evidence of the existence of many vast clouds of dark obscuring matter over the entire heavens above and below the plane of the milky way as well as surrounding the milky way in its own plane the existence of such cloud of non luminous matter what account partly for the comparative unis of stars in space outside of the plane of the milky way since many stars would be concealed from our is by these obscuring clouds. There is however in addition an actual crowding of all the visible stars toward this plane. The peoples of all ages have honored the milky way in story and legend. It has been universally referred to as the sky river and the pathway of souls in the galaxy longfellow thus describes the milky way torrent of light and river of.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on WBUR

"The majestic gardens and olive groves of the papal summer residence in Castel Gandolfo. The observatory whose roots go back to the 16th century is nestled among Cyprus is near the remains of a Roman villa. This is the end that has the the papal farm. So you can see the cows of the people. Milk comes from run by Jesuits. The observatory moved to this bucolic setting in the 19 thirties when like pollution in Rome, obstructed celestial observation. A huge telescope dating from 18 91 stands under a dome ceiling, and it was one of about 18 identical telescopes that we've set up around the world. To photograph the sky. One of the first international projects of astronomy. A native of Detroit councilman You studied physics at MIT volunteered with the Peace Corps in Africa and top physics before becoming a Jesuit brother in his forties. He's been at the observatory for three decades. His passion for astronomy started with a childhood love of science fiction. I love the kind of science fiction that gives you that sense of wonder. That reminds you at the end of the day. Why we dream being able to go into space. Some of the world's most important scientists come to teach at the observatory Summer school. It has hosted scientists and space industry leaders for U. N sponsored conference on the ethics and peaceful uses of outer space. It cooperates with NASA on several space missions. And it operates a modern telescope in partnership with the University of Arizona. But where we still need to work is with the rest of the world. The people in the pews Especially nowadays, there are too many people in the pews who think you have to choose between science and faith to reach those people. The Vatican Observatory recently launched a new website and podcast, exploring issues such as meteorites hitting the earth or how to live on the moon. As to how the faith versus science culture wars can be resolved. Brother Guy says What's most important is that he wears a collar, a devoutly religious person who is also an Orthodox scientists. That fact alone. Shatters the stereotypes another American at the observatory, shattering stereotypes. His brother Bob Mack, curator of the collection of meteorites, rocks formed in the early days of the solar system. Pointing to a dark rock a few inches long lying on his desk. He says it was formed 4.5 billion years ago, providing clues on how the solar system was formed. In order to understand the natural world. You have to study the natural world. You cannot just simply close your eyes and ignore it or pretend that it is other than it is. You have to study it. You have to come to appreciate it. Brother Guy Councilman, you asked how the study of the Stars interacts with his faith says Astronomy doesn't provide answers to theological questions and Scripture doesn't explain science, but the astronomy Is the place where I interact with the creator of the universe where God sets up the puzzles, and we have a lot of fun solving them together. And he believes the recent dark period of the pandemic has weakened the arguments of those who are skeptical of science. Because people can see science in action. Science doesn't have all the answers. And yet Science is still with all of its mistakes, and with all of its stumbling is still better than no science. Sylvia Poggioli NPR NEWS, Castel Gandolfo. Who got it. And now we're going to take you into a world of new music with our friends at Latino who always bring us the best recommendations and reporting for duty is, of course, out Latino host Felix Contreras. Hello. Good morning, Lulu. How are you? I am Well, um, Who are we going to start listening to? Who's this? This is Argentine vocalist Sofia Ray. She's got a new album called Umbral, and It was five years in the making, and she did it. After a backpack trip across Eastern Chili With her recording gear. She collected folk music from musicians she encountered along the way, and she mashes that up with her own mix of electronic, ambient and soul. It's an intoxicating album produced with her musical partner J. C, Milord. This track is called La Caida. Look, I even shake up more. Then give it up. Put a knight who was happy think she do say so? To swear it day. Those are deep lyrics like Aida's, of course, the fault and she's talking about infinity. And you know all these kind of big concepts. Yeah, she's basing the record on a lot of poetry, a lot of traditional singer songwriters from that party chili. It's really, really deep. In a lot of different ways, and by the way, she performed a tiny desk concert in January as part of our collaboration with the Global Fest Music Fest in New York. You can check it out for more of her musical magic. I will. All right. What's next, Okay? Got to bring you Cuban music. Of course, it's in the contract. This is a new album called Hokuto From a group of the same name. It features a lead singer Pedro Francisco and made a Borriello who of course, has a nickname data. It's heavily percussive lots of street Roomba and the Bata drums of the spiritual practice. Some knows Santa area. All of that drumming got my attention. The album is a fascinating mix of traditional and contemporary Cuban music. One ft In the past one of the right now, For example, this track check this out. This is aura yakking. No go. It's an Afro Cuban spin on meditation music. Check it out. Set your room under me. Coffee here now. Piano angry at all. Come on, man. Get in there for 19, ft 40 and in full Interesting. It's very unusual. Actually, It's interesting. Um, our listeners might not know that. Actually you say you're bringing Cuban music from me. But you are a drummer yourself. And so therefore this is actually for you that I am so busted. Yeah. Um, Who are we going to discover next? Okay, We're going to change the mood quite a bit. And we're going to go to Spain were very cool indie pop band with an interesting name. They're called Love of lesbian. I don't know why, but they have been performing in Spain for about 20 years, and they're quite a big deal. Their new album is called Bianca. Typical Masculine Allah. It's a very good introduction to their sound, their writing and just how diverse the music scene of Spain actually is. This track is called Cosmos, anti sistema Solar measuring Missile donuts. Yelling own tunnels and his politics that it will love few. The story. Love feel the God is the love romantic sell tourists into whatever sounds very Spanish epic. Oh, Arsalan Allah, which means epic voyage into nothing. Um, interesting. All right. We're on a journey here. Where are we going? Next? Okay, so I'm going to cheat a little bit. Okay. Well, this was supposed to be about discovery. I'm going to play oneness. Everybody knows what we can discover One is again. Okay? Yeah, but listen to this and see if you recognize this tune. Seen other See you will live. Ms And while I know with sagging Yeah, that's a really interesting sort of remix of the boss, right. Exactly. His new album is called Oregon..

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sky. One of the first international projects of astronomy. A native of Detroit councilman You studied physics at MIT volunteered with the Peace Corps in Africa and top physics before becoming a Jesuit brother in his forties. He's been at the observatory for three decades. His passion for astronomy started with a childhood love of science fiction. I love the kind of science fiction that gives you that sense of wonder that reminds you at the end of the day why we dream of being able to go into space. Some of the world's most important scientists come to teach at the observatory Summer school. It has hosted scientists and space industry leaders for U. N sponsored conference on the ethics and peaceful uses of outer space. It cooperates with NASA on several space missions, and it operates a modern telescope in partnership with the University of Arizona. But where we still need to work is with the rest of the world. The people in the pews Especially nowadays, there are too many people in the pews who think you have to choose between science and faith to reach those people. The Vatican Observatory recently launched a new website and podcast, exploring issues such as meteorites hitting the earth or how to live on the moon as to how the faith versus science, culture wars can be resolved. Other guy says What's most important is that he wears a collar, a devoutly religious person who is also an Orthodox scientists. That fact alone shatters the stereotypes. Another American at the observatory, shattering stereotypes. His brother Bob Mack, curator of the collection of meteorites, rocks formed in the early days of the solar system. Pointing to a dark rock a few inches long lying on his desk. He says it was formed 4.5 billion years ago, providing clues on how the solar system was formed. In order to understand the natural world. You have to study the natural world. You cannot just simply close your eyes and ignore it or pretend that it is other than it is. You have to study it. You have to come to appreciate it. Brother Guy Councilman, you asked how the study of the Stars interacts with his faith says Astronomy doesn't provide answers to theological questions and Scripture doesn't explain science, but the astronomy Is the place where I interact with the creator of the universe where God sets up the puzzles, and we have a lot of fun solving them together. And he believes the recent dark period of the pandemic has weakened the arguments of those who are skeptical of science. Because people can see science in action. Science doesn't have all the answers. And yet Science is still with all of its mistakes. And with all of its stumbling is still better than no science. Sylvia Poggioli NPR News Caster Gandalf Full and now we're going to take you into a world of new music with our friends and our Latino who always bring us the best recommendations and reporting for duty is, of course, out Latino host Felix Contreras. Hello. Good morning, Lulu. How are you? I am well. Who are we going to start listening to? Who is this? This is Argentine vocalist Sofia Ray. She's got a new album called Umbral, and It was five years in the making, and she did it. After a backpack trip across Eastern Chili with her recording gear. She collected folk music from musicians sheet encountered along the way, and she matches that up with her own mix of electronic ambient and so It's an intoxicating album produced with her musical partner J. C, My Lord, This track is called La Caida. Look, I e the shake up. Give it up for tonight who then was needed. Yes. Yeah, Say so no sweaty day. Those are deep lyrics like Aida's, of course, the fall when she's talking about infinity, and you know all these kind of big concepts. Yeah, she's basing the record on a lot of poetry, a lot of traditional singer songwriters from that party chili. It's really, really deep. In a lot of different ways, and by.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Ford of Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Congratulations and welcome to the program. Thank you Live. So how'd you figure it out? Well, I started out with us capitals and none of those worked. And then I knew it had to be something with just a B or C and it just came to me. Fair enough. How long have you been playing? Since day one. That's good to know. And what was it like when you finally got the call? Incredibly nerve wracking. I I hear, though, that you're a professional clown. So you're used to performing under high pressure. And you have a joke for us? Yeah, Yeah, I'm a balloon artist, and I go to balloon school every chance I get and you know the worst thing about balloon school. They am No, the pop quizzes. That's awesome. What's your favorite kind of a balloon, figuring I like them all? And I try to keep up with and you know, you have to keep up with whatever the kids are into at the time. You know, superheroes or different animals always keeps you on your toes always keeps you on your toes. Well, we are here to keep you on your toes. Are you ready to play the puzzle? Yes. All right. Take it away, will All right, Patty. Every answer today is the name of a TV series Pastor present. Have changed two consecutive letters in each title into one letter to spell a new word or phrase. You change one letter back into two to name the series. For example, if I said Chess C H E s s You would say cheers because that turns the first s of chess in the ER to make the T V show. Okay? So we'll start with some older shows in your first one is Franz Fro M. D s. Friends. Friends is it is good. Number two is full hour if you l l h o u. R Whole house. That's it. Full house night coat and I G h t c o A t. Nike. Yeah, yeah. Keep the night change something in Cote I'm right night court. Yep. A night court. You got it. Framer fr am er, Frasier. That's it. The wagons th e w A. G. O. N s Mhm banging. Change the G It's the name of the family. The Waltons. The Waltons, is it? Baton B A. T. O N. They're tougher to see when they're short words like this. Change the Oh, None and and and and and and and and and and and and and Anna. There's your musical head. Uh, Batman. Batman is it And now we have some more modern series traders South Park Ph. W. South Park South Park. That's it. How about Dr No. That's D O C T O R. N o It's a British show. I can also do the music for that. Then in a minute, a minute and no one minute and admit it. And now, 11. Oh, you got great musical hands. So Yeah, I think the doctor who Doctor. Who is it Good, And here's your last one leaking bad. Breaking bad breaking bad Is it? Good job? Good job. How do you feel? Oh, joyful and relieved. You did really well. Those were hard and for playing our puzzle. Today, you'll get a weekend edition lapel pin as well as puzzle books and games. And you can read all about it at NPR dot org slash puzzle and Patty. Which member station Do you listen to A sustaining member of W. H Y Y in Philadelphia. Patty, Darker Ford of Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Thank you so much for playing the puzzle. Oh, thank you as an honor. All right, will What is next week's challenge? Yeah, This challenge comes from listener, Matthew Leal of San Francisco. Write down the name of a country plus its capital one after the other. Hidden in consecutive letters. Inside. This is the name of a film that won an Academy Award for best picture named the Country capital and film When you have the answer, go to our website, NPR dot org slash puzzle and click on the Submit Your answer Link. Remember just one entry per person, please. Our deadline for entries is Thursday, June 10th at three P.m. Eastern, include a phone number where we can reach you at about that time, And if you're the winner will give you a call. And if you pick up the phone, you'll get to play on the air with the puzzle editor of The New York Times and Weekend edition's Puzzle Master Will Shortz with musical cues by me. Thank you so much Will Thanks, Lulu. For most of its history, the Catholic Church rejected scientific findings that conflicted with its doctrine during the Inquisition, For example, it even accused scientists such as Galileo of heresy. But an hour's drive south of Rome. There's the one and only Vatican institution that does scientific research as NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. The Vatican Observatory recently launched a campaign to promote dialogue between faith and science. Brother, Guy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican Observatory, drives through the majestic gardens and olive groves of the people Summer residence in Castel Gandolfo. The observatory, whose roots go back to the 16th century is nestled among Cyprus is near the remains of a Roman villa. This is the end that has the the people Farm so you can see the cows of the papal milk comes from run by Jesuits. The observatory move to this bucolic setting in the 19 thirties, when light pollution in Rome obstructed celestial observation. A huge telescope dating from 18 91 stands under.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Joining us is Will Shortz he's puzzle editor of The New York Times and Weekend edition's Puzzle Master High will Good Morning, Lulu Remind us of last week's challenge. Yeah, it came from listener al Gory of cozy Lake, New Jersey. I said name a famous Drop the S then assigned the remaining nine letters. Their standard value in the alphabet equals one B equals two etcetera, And I said the total value of the nine letters is only 25. What city is it? And the answer is Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia. We received over 2600 correct responses. And the winner this week is Patty. Dr Ford of Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Congratulations and welcome to the program. Thank you Live. So how'd you figure it out? Well, I started out with us capitals and none of those worked. And then I knew it had to be something with just a B or C and it just came to me. Fair enough. How long have you been playing since day? One. That's good to know. And what was it like when you finally got the call? Incredibly nerve wracking. I I hear though, that you're a professional clowns are you used to performing under high pressure And you have a joke for us? Yeah, Yeah, I'm a balloon artist, and I go to balloon school every chance I get. And you know the worst thing about balloon school. They I am no The park closes. That's awesome. What's your favorite kind of a balloon figure in I like them all and I try to keep up with in his. You know, you have to keep up with whatever the kids are into at the time. You know, superheroes or different animals always keeps you on your toes always keeps you on your toes. Well, we are here to keep you on your toes. Are you ready to play the puzzle? Yes. All right. Take it away. Well, all right, Patty. Every answer today is the name of a TV series Pastor present. Have changed two consecutive letters in each title into one letter to spell a new word or phrase. You change one letter back into two to name the series. For example, if I said Chess C H E s s You would say cheers because that turns the first s of chess in the ER to make the TV show, okay? So we'll start with some older shows in your first one is Franz Fro M. D s friends. Friends is it is good number two is full hour. F U L L H o U R Full house. That's it. Full house night coat N I G h t c o A T. Nike coach. Yeah, Yeah, Keep the night change something in Cote. I'm Yeah. Night court. Yep. A night court. You got it. Framer at far AM er, Frasier. That's it. The wagons ta g w a. G. O. N s Mhm hanging change the G It's the name of the family. Of the Waltons. The Waltons, is it? Baton B A. T. O N. They're tougher to see when they're short words like this. Change the Oh, None and and and and and and and then and then and then and Anna. There's your musical ahead. Batman. Batman is it And now we have some more modern series traders. Southpaw P A W southpaw South Park. That's it. How about Dr No. That's d O C T. O R. And, uh oh. It's a British show. I can also do the music for that. Minute a minute. A minute ago. One minute over that. No, no, no 11. Oh, you got great musical hands. So Yeah, I think the doctor who doctor who is it Good, And here's your last one leaking bad. Breaking bad breaking bad as it good job. Good job. How do you feel? Oh, joyful and relieved. You did really well, those were hard and for playing our puzzle. Today, you'll get a weekend edition lapel pin as well as puzzle books and games. And you can read all about it at NPR dot org slash puzzle and Patty. Which member station Do you listen to Sustaining member of W H Y Y in Philadelphia. Patty, Darker Ford of Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Thank you so much for playing the puzzle. Thank you as an honor. All right. Well, what is next week's challenge? Yeah, this challenge comes from listener, Matthew Leal of San Francisco. Write down the name of a country plus its capital one after the other. Hidden in consecutive letters inside. This is the name of a film that won an Academy Award for best picture named the Country capital and film When you have the answer, go to our website, NPR dot org slash puzzle and click on the Submit Your Answer Link. Remember just one entry per person, please. Our deadline for entries is Thursday, June 10th at three. P.m. Eastern. Include a phone number where we can reach you at about that time, and if you're the winner will give you a call. And if you pick up the phone, you'll get to play on the air with the puzzle editor of The New York Times and Weekend edition's Puzzle Master Will Shortz with musical cues by me. Thank you so much will thanks for most of its history, the Catholic Church rejected scientific findings that conflicted with its doctrine. During the Inquisition, For example, it even accused scientists such as Galileo of heresy. But an hour's drive south of Rome. There's the one and only Vatican institution that does scientific research as NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. The Vatican Observatory recently launched a campaign to promote dialogue between faith and science. Brother, Guy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican Observatory, drives through.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Caught my attention about a decade ago and that was when pope benedict sixteenth the most conservative pope in my lifetime cold on the typical academy of sciences to convene a colloquium which is a symposium of scholars and theologians and their job was to discuss. They had five days of closed sessions to discuss and they made it public. What they were talking about a year lead into the soda will not going on discussing the theological implications of contact with other civilizations. My jaw dropped one head about that because thirty four hundred years ago the same institution was burning people at stake but suggesting that was intelligent on on the planet. So why the sudden flip relatively sudden flip and the spokespeople who came out to meet the press and do tv interviews to magazines all around the colloquium quite emphatic. That we need to be ready sooner than anyone anticipates that kept saying to embrace a brother or sister alien and there's one scholar in particular remember his name in just a moment. The reverend dr guy console magno who is director of the vatican observatory and he said look. We shouldn't use the language that we're part of a big cosmic family and we shouldn't be surprised to bump into them because they're in the bible. He said there in the old testament and the new testament when he said that i really could. I have missed that. I've been lecturing on the interpretation of the bible fifteen years could. I have missed something glaring as the bible. I took it as a bit of a challenge. I felt it ready laid down the gauntlet interested in the bible to go back and ask the question of. I miss something that other kinds of intimacy roaming around in the text that we've not really acknowledged because in nokes christianity we think concerns of god the devil angels demons humans animal lead full mineral and nothing else He was saying no no that other kinds of entity monsignor crowd about duty the sena officer for the paranormal and around the catholic church and their lead x. Assist said when people recall close encounters than not describing a demonic encounter and it's not a psychological episode there reporting a totally different kind of entity. One the Serious study again saying they were throwing down a gauntlet. Look into this. So when i finally had the time. I thought i would do that.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Com that blood gets the millions and millions of visitors and that is certainly one of a lot of people turn to for information in the Catholic Church welcome to the show thank you Chris good to be here so let's talk about your little book called the living gospel daily devotions for lent twenty twenty two is also available in Spanish at least by Ave Maria press in Notre Dame Indiana also a little bit about how people can use this book to prepare well for land in east well what we try to do with these these books and it's a computer was here is it out of a market without every year proposed plans an ad that I did one for advent you probably remember a couple of years ago correct we talked and we argued since you have the the idea is is to make these times of when we turn to prayer and and see a little bit more deeply about our faith and to make it accessible and sort of break it down into the little bite sized pieces so that every day there was a prayer and and reflection and a little piece of scripture from that day's gospel and little action point to force people to do to try and put into practice well they're just right and it just takes a couple of minutes today it's you have to make it very accessible and and on intimidating if not overwhelming and if you sort of like a practice out of it you do it every day it becomes what grieving it's it's a way of life one of the nice thing about it is the size of the book is easy enough to slip into a pocket or purse and and have it with your at all times the one thing that complicates that a little bit is that as you mentioned each day has a reading of the day and unless you have a Bible with you or I guess in our Bible app on your phone by far did that that makes it a little bit less portable if you bring your Bible with you but it's it's a it's a good way I think to kind of take that a little small bites of of prayer reading reflection acting and then closing with a prayer how long would it typically takes somebody to complete each day all you can do it in less than ten minutes probably closer to five minutes and graduated with a quote if you had a a five local or if people wanted to do it at church maybe before daily masses it was a critical part of a larger group of students together one of the things that you know little while sales pitch here is it's very cheap the book is two twenty five and it's designed to be able to be bought in bulk so that entire carriage could use it for like I said groups school groups church groups and you know just take ten minutes hello beginning of your day and takes a little time and and focus on what the season of lent is about and how we can get the most out of it let's have a look at one typical day I just kind of flipped open the book and it fell on Friday March twentieth the third week of lent and your theme for that day and how deep is your love which reflects back to that that BG song from our youth and the need to say that that's a that's a time with question how do you believe those kinds of popular references are references to take you know everyday things into the scripture thing is that a typical thing for you to do well yeah I try and keep it real you know the traditional popular saying that the preachers should preach what the Bible in one hand and a newspaper the other and to being a a newsman I try and follow that that advice very closely but I also remember something of a priest mentor of mine said when I was first starting out and you said whatever you do keep it real so I try as much as possible to not get into heavy D. philosophy or theology and make this is relatable people as possible and using bits of popular culture that people can recognize and relate to and we see the books of the living god awful if it continues to live in our own time in in waves all around us if we just look for these reflections are kind of like two minutes many families right I mean that's that's kind of the mailing that you almost get from that everybody can do you also get the chance to preach the homily pretty often yeah I did my home parish priests three or four times a month actually it for a while I was preaching every week now that I'm on the road and traveling so much it's it's a little harder for me to do but even when I'm on the road I I could be visiting churches and preaching almost every weekend so I reached a point I told someone not long ago that everything in my life now it's either a potential harm only local agents of waffles yeah okay got it nothing nothing is going to be wasted there yeah I think was a more Ephron's mother once said you know everything is copy yeah well what I think we I think as we approach meant is that there's a lot of distractions in our lives these days how can your book the living gospel just help people okay it's a little bit for the forty day well I think it's important that we actively seek moments and opportunities to step away and shut the door and be quiet with god and these spool meditations are really a good opportunity to do that it is so hard to do that in this day and age we're constantly being bombarded whether it is the internet or television or radio or whatever and just the noise of daily life and once again this is a reminder that we do need to step away and refocus ourselves and and give some time to pray or give some time not only to praying to god but to listening to god which I think is something too many of us neglect to do that you know I I do I spoke yesterday at a retreat for deacons I'm in South Carolina right now and I said that he's really it's not a monologue to dialogue and if you work at it and then give time to to to to really listen to what god is saying to you it's it's it's so fruitful and and to really change the way you live your life that kind of the purpose of the the way you use structure each day for this with prayer reflection if you're and then again closing with current events help kind of focus that dialogue we're allowed to be open to dialogue again yeah exactly and it's eight eight can stimulate ideas and really I I think if you if you do this thoughtfully and prayerfully and and humbly and maybe even a couple of times today if you if you crave these these little devotion to the beginning of the day and maybe we visit them at lunchtime or at the end of the day and seeing you know what you experience what you've seen what what the spirit Hinson said to you through all of this I think that could be very useful also your perspective may even change over the course of the day or yeah yeah exotic Marwood little bit more to the day you kind of make it a different center a different reflection on on what you read yeah absolutely I mean we're we are constantly works in progress which is a point that I'm making this book and that's something else that that one is all about it's our own sort of little million self improvement project and to be one of them to work on that day by day moment by moment is is a beautiful sight thank your book takes us up through holy Thursday but not good Friday holy Saturday and Easter why not right well actually that was my publisher's idea they gave me the option of of how far I wanted to go and I think the part of the evidence of sort of just stopping just short of the trip to Walgreens because there's so much in the curriculum itself that takes up so much of our emotions and so much of our our time and our prayer life and it is time for doing the stations of the cross and preparing for the the quiet of of holy Saturday and then the triumph of the Easter vigil and I sort of leave it up to each individual how they want to observe that and instead of trying to add one more thing for them to do or playing with the think about I think it leaves people the option and and the freedom of how they want to observe the states themselves and a lot of parishes have a lot of activities during those days and it's a very intense times so I I decided I wanted to steer away from giving people too much very good well that's probably a good way to to get us right up through from Ash Wednesday through through Holy Week so we appreciate it we've been talking today with deacon Greg Candra who is author of the living god really devotions for lent twenty twenty it's available in English and Spanish from Ave Maria press in Notre Dame Indiana thanks so much for being with us today Greg thank you Chris and after the break we're gonna talk with father Michael Mike and Tom Corcoran conductivity parish about a similar book that they could produce for plant called messages of trust this is Christopher going to give the cap review and you've been listening to cap the Baltimore Catholic news from the archdiocese of Baltimore and around the world with the Catholic review Jesuit father George VI coined in nineteen fifty one graduate a little a playfield and Townson who led the Vatican observatory as its director for twenty eight years died February eleventh in Syracuse New York he was eighty seven and a two thousand five interview with the Catholic review father corn remember that his interest in astronomy and religious life was cultivated by the judge which he encountered in high school and then in seminary father Coyne told the review that when he was a young seminarians books on science were conservatives traction it was a professor of Greek who noticed his interest in the subject and provided him with a library card to take out science books in secret he gave me a flashlight and it lights out I had to pull a blanket over my head and open this book so I didn't get caught reading the strange literature father Coyne told the review one of my children's father coin grew up attending St Brigid's school in Baltimore and St Cecilia's school in Baltimore before heading to little a black field on a scholarship after graduating from Loyola Blake field in nineteen fifty one he entered the Jesuit novitiate in Warner's ville Pennsylvania father coin served as Vatican observatory director from nineteen seventy eight to two thousand six overseeing the modernization of its facilities raising its profile in the science world and welcoming a new international generation of judge what astronomers to its staff he first joined observatory staff as an astronomer in nineteen sixty nine and held the position until two thousand eleven for more on this story this Catholic review dot org for the news room other Catholic review I'm Kevin parks do.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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11:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Life faith in the universe I hardly know what an asteroid is what god has been instructing me well how does it feel to have an asteroid named after you it was really fun to tell my dad you know I'm not giving in grand kids but at least he's got as long as it's not the one that comes and hits the earth were in good shape I'm Krista Tippett and this is on being mention the words Vatican and astronomy in the same sentence and many of us think of Galileo on trial yet the Vatican itself has an observatory that is one of the oldest astronomical research institutions in the world it has one of the world's largest meteorite collections established by a French nobleman of the nineteenth century brother guy consul mine you know is the curator of those media rights pope Francis also appointed him the director of the Vatican observatory in two thousand fifteen father George Coyne was director when brother guy first came to work there I spoke with them together in two thousand ten at the university of Arizona where the Vatican observatory has a research center I'd like to ask each of you first of all just a little bit of a little bit about how you where you came from and got into this and I I think I know a little bit more about further guidance from the autobiographical writing it down but so let's start with father George you entered the Jesuit order when you're eighteen is that right where did you grow up that's correct I grew up in Baltimore Maryland went to a Jesuit high school okay they threw out the fishing net I was eighteen I didn't know any better image as all right or were you also a good student of science in interested in science a federal you'll have to talk to my teachers about that yeah I did like science through high school and I did reasonably well at it uhhuh I did my college education as a Jesuit so it was only then that I did my bachelor's degree in mathematics actually and had an interest in astronomy so that's how it all began and he became captivated by that at some point I did I did I mean it's a bit of a strange story because the the one that really turned me on to astronomy was my teacher of ancient Greek and Latin literature who was also an amateur astronomer father he Martin who taught me when I was what twenty twenty one years old and he would come into class and start teaching us the Greek codes and he was so enthusiastic even dance to them but he used to scratch his head I think he died of lead poisoning the scratches head with a pencil and say gentleman do you realize that tomorrow is the beginning of spring do you know what that means and of course we did so you go to the blackboard he traced the clip taken the celestial equator and so one day he called me and and he said every time I get distracted and talk about astronomy you're sitting on the edge of your chair with your eyeballs sticking out said father I love it and he said well we gotta get you reading well that's a great service to have our own history like that you know the serendipity things that happen yeah but enough about me that's how I got beginning yep okay in astronomy great I love that story okay so brother guy no you you actually were a scientist before you became attached to it you were born in Detroit is that right that's right mmhm when did you have a Catholic upbringing also yeah my father was Italian my mother Irish so it was a very Catholic upbringing but they're both college educated as well I was **** naked you know I started kindergarten the other Sputnik went up and so like all boys it was certainly boys back then in the late fifties and early sixties you were going to be a scientist and I got really immersed in that until I went to the Jesuit high school in Detroit in that point I found out the smartest kids studied Latin and Greek well so like George I did this so side view into ancient Latin ancient Greek and thought for a while ago and history maybe journalism maybe become a lawyer whatever what was my freshman year at Boston college that my best friend was going to MIT and I discovered that MIT had weekend movies and pinball machines and the world's largest science fiction collection so take advantage of all of that I transferred to MIT and I had to pick a major I saw as one of the choices earth and planetary sciences and a supplement to the thought that must be astronomy I'll do that when I got there when they finally let me in I discovered I signed up for geology and boy if I had known that I was going to be studying rocks or whatever I've done that until I discovered that some of the rocks or meteorites the rocks that actually come from outer space right and that was so exciting and asteroids have continued to be your specialty asteroids and meteorites and basically small bodies in the solar system how they're put together and how they evolve over time near your story it has some interesting turns you you've got your degree at MIT did post doctoral work at Harvard and MIT and anyone else quite doctorate actually from Arizona right now all right all right while I was on the faculty yeah that's what I'm and then you went into the Peace Corps and you've said that you couldn't see the point of studying stars when people are dying of hunger so when I ask you how you saw the point of studying stars differently when you went back to astronomy after Kenya well I joined the Peace Corps with the attitude I'll go wherever they ask me to go because they know better than me where they can use me and after looking at my record within two months I was at the university of Nairobi teaching astronomy to graduate students and that was my first clue that maybe there was more to astronomy than just you know looking at the stars for your own pleasure but even deeper than that was that I would go up country every weekend to my fellow Peace Corps volunteers places and had a little telescope with manta had about package of slides that I would show to realize that there are slight projectors that work on car batteries that they had these all over Kenya because it wouldn't be a whole lot of electricity but people still want to see the slides ahead of the stars no planets in everybody in the village for show up for the talks in everybody in the village of show to look through my telescope and they would show exactly the same who's in eyes looking at the craters of the moon that the rings of Saturn exactly the same as when I would set this up back in Michigan and it suddenly dawned on me well of course it's only human beings that have this curiosity to understand what's that up in the sky how do we fit into that who are we where do we come from and this is a hunger that is as deep and as important as a hunger for food because if you starve a person in that sense you're depriving them of their humanity and being able to feed this being able to make a person more human or make them welcome into the great adventure of the human race for the twentieth century going to the moon things like that that was really important to them and really important to everybody I talked to and suddenly all that's why we do this I think that the two of you I'm embody I I don't wanna say the relationship into the interrelationship between science and religion across history that has been forgotten or missed remembered the way in which you just as a number of questions that some of them science and theology or asking in different ways you know you're very much to me in the lineage of comparative because Kepler Galileo even Darwinists answering Galileo said I do not feel obliged to believe that the same god who has endowed us with sense reason and intellect has intended us to forgo their use that this classic scientists believe that understanding the natural world was the best way to understand the mind of its maker so brother guy I know you've written as I see the pattern of creation unfolding over and over complexity from the simplest of route rules beauty from the surprising interplay basic forces I begin to get a closer appreciation of the personality of the creator tell me about that personality that you could discern well certainly pullovers responsible for this universe has a great sense of humor because whenever you're expecting something you get what you expect but from a very very different angle than the way you were expecting at the end of the the center of all humor we are constantly being surprised and delighted by the surprise also a creator who loves beauty it's not enough that the universe makes sense and we can come up with equations for them but the equations from the cells are beautiful I can remember I was teaching a few years ago at Fordham University I was teaching Maxwell's equations and there's a great thing where suddenly you can use Maxwell's equations Maxwell did this to come up with the fact that electricity and magnetism acts like a wave that moves at the speed of light and that slight waves and that's what makes radio possible and I remember getting to the point right just written that equation down when a student in the front of the class because all my god it's a wave and he also had gotten that sense of this is beautiful this is wonderful it's it's it's a it's a surprise and father George it seems to me that it's feels important to you in your writing to stress that science and religion are separate pursuits in that science in fact is neutral with it it doesn't have fiesta or if you stick implications in and of itself my take on the relationship my personal life okay is built upon the following I'm a scientist I try and understand the universe my understanding of the universe does not need god you're also suggesting you also suggested to talk about god in that way in some senses to diminish god and also to diminish the capacity of human intelligence that drive science that that is connected with god in your mind that's very true I think to drag guardian when we find that our science is in adequate to understanding certain events that we observe in the universe we tend to want to bring in god is a god of explanation the god of the gaps in care and we constantly do that new did you know if for religious believers were constantly tempted to do that and every time we do it we're diminishing god and we're diminishing science every time we do it what we are going to be doing is turning god into a pagan god you know god of thunder god of lightning got of mops and the Romans thought the Christians were atheists because they refuse to believe in that kind of god right but you know I think we're we're as in the in other centuries the god of the gaps idea worked for people I really do feel like in the twenty first century we feel that our science will answer all the questions right leap if you maybe you're talking about the science of the gaps at this point station discretion signs the gaps you know I'd like to add a word to this on.

"vatican observatory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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13:52 min | 2 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And let's go live to Australia now Paul Anthony Wallace is a researcher speaker author of a number of books on spirituality and mysticism me research is the world's mythologies for how they speak to our origins as a species that are potential today as human beings are back in the eighties and nineties Paul's work centered on establishing foundations for new faith communities in over the last twenty years is designed and deliver training for church ministries in the United Kingdom Australia and in Australia Paul's lecture on the history of religious thought and also the principles of interpreting text including the Bible on the serve the Anglican church as the archdeacon in the Australian Capital Territory Paul welcome to the program looking for to this Hey George thanks for having me on the show great to be with you how was the fires down there they somewhat abated because we have finally had some lane said that is a huge relief for around the country I heard I heard that and by the way a couple months ago I had a chance to meet for the first time Russell Crowe we just sent me a text during the Oscars and he said I'm in the Australian bush right now I thought it was back here in LA all good on him good guy good guy the Australians are pretty decent people aren't thank Paul okay so I'm a stray and by choice I grew up in the U. K. and then I moved out here when I was in my fifties and I love it here I think it's one of the best country in the world in about a couple months are going to be at the what is called contact in the desert in the near Joshua tree Indian Wells actually California and I always get a chance every year to spend some time with Eric one Donna can author of chariots of the gods you met him when you were eleven years old and you I would have loved to let him face to face but I encountered him when I was eleven years old because he was really shocking at that time with people chariots of the gods and it really impacted me I discovered it through dinner party with my mom and dad through and thanks for a wonderful dinner parties in the conversation for a very interesting and as an eleven year old boy I was pregnant one of these and really intrigued by what everyone is talking about they were talking about eight point Denikin's faces include chariots of the gods and might use absolutely quick top because even at that young age hi the dental side that there is a gap in our ability to explain ourselves as an intelligent conscious technological species on planet earth and he seemed to be naming this gap that I hadn't really could acknowledge before but it seems to me obviously we are with some kind of animal and yet we are very different all the other animals in terms of our consciousness and on television and I use a technology and I wasn't hearing anything whether from the scientific community all from religious communities we could so why with the same widely different we seem very he was drafted the planet earth Julia the animals can live out in the wild quite happily George if you and I will look at in the wild for three days and three nights I think good I did not still be here would be pretty sick and I didn't find any explanation for that and all of a sudden he was somebody on that I can do is naming that problem and he was saying emergence on planet earth as we has not been explained it we are and normally and of course in that book he argued that what makes sense of our yvolution at this point even external intervention development and he believed that external intervention came from people from other planets and his book was a collection of evidence is that he found or around the world the point to this in that direction and so it was a bad experience at eleven know who really was still a little freed that was waiting in may two geminated if something's been percolating away all these years since and in a funny way the questions that I was resting with about where we came from they led me to becoming a a Christian believer I want to not to mention I went into the world of ministry thirty three years with involved in church planting train passes in interpreting the Bible I archdeacon in here in Australia and as in any career you get very very busy but I kept thinking I'm going to get back to some of these questions because I found that my Christianity hadn't on food all the questions but Eric Montana can had raised an eye catching up because I'm going to get back to that go to cool down into that and finally a couple a couple of years ago I had the the time and the opportunity to do that but it was really all the way back from when I was eleven that that that touch people listening you know it's interesting because at eleven I have my first out of body experience Paul and that got me going into the unusual in the paranormal and then I stumbled into a book that my mother gave me yeah it was written by Walter Sullivan who was the New York Times science writer than called we are not alone about his theory that we weren't alone in the universe and I was hooked after that I mean I went out and got his many books as I can't find books by Edgar Cayce bart Frank Edwards by just about everybody and like you are you I just couldn't stop that book really it change your life business yeah it sure did it sure did and I'm glad it did now did you did you get hurt as a little boy as well not as a young boy that if you you talk about my ultimate frisbee injury yes that was my opportunity to to get into some serious study that was a more recent injury I talk about it in escaping from Eden and it was an injury I had in fact when I hit my thirties and it seems a really small injury ultimate frisbee in case anyone doesn't matter it's a cross between frisbee and rugby it so it could be extreme and I injured myself and it into the the ankle and then that not have to hit no not not that shoulders and I didn't realize the quite some time how much trouble it is causing the I use that injury in a book it's a kind of a metaphor for all the times when the universe is given me some time out Jackie decent study in DC thinking and so a couple of years ago I had the opportunity after finishing a particular job assignment to sit down and to get back to some anomalies it could mean all through the years and so those anomalies included the questions that Eric Fontana can had raised certain cleated anomalies in the Bible that I discovered as a youth yeah and as a lecturer in hermeneutics which is the interpretation of textile through the years I kept finding little things that one that doesn't quite fit that what sense does that make I need to look at that and again I just needed that time finally to sit down and send a drill down and find out what that really means but when the moment came a couple of years ago I could sit down for an extended time and study I knew I wanted to get back to the questions every point on it can have ladies because in the intervening years about a decade ago it was two thousand nine I think there was an amazing event and it was catalyzed by pope Benedict the sixteen who called upon the pontifical academy of sciences to convene a colloquium Georgie lady have some recollection of that yes I sure do it was pretty dramatic was that was two thousand nine or eight nine now it here and I remember that and many of your listeners will remember it I can't believe how many people have gotten happened because my jaw dropped when that happened because Benedict the sixteenth has to be the most conservative pope in my lifetime and what he did was to call upon the pontifical academy of sciences to hold a five day symposium with top scholars feel gins and they published about a year there was a long leading to it because they wanted us to know what they would be discussing even though it was closed door sessions they wanted us to know that the subject was quote the theological implications of contact with other civilizations walk and I where is this coming from because all those amazing wasn't it was it seemed to be from out of the blue only four hundred years ago the churches burning people at the stake for just suggesting this collection life on other planets I'm thinking of Giordano Bruno wine and in some cases even talking about other planets exactly yes even just talking about other planets said this seems like a huge leap and I remember when the spokespeople for the Vatican and met the press after the colloquium they had to pretty far reaching things to say no first of all they were talking about other civilizations they weren't talking about warship on monitors for more on the back of a comment thirty forty that other intelligent developed species people like us about from other planets and when they met the press afterwards we heard from for instance father Jose capping a fullness is a director of the Vatican observe the tree and he came and said we need to be ready probably sooner than anyone anticipates to embrace a brother or sister AT and and I could watch so you know what do they know and it really gave the appearance that they might be expecting some kind of a disclosure in answer to that Paul there two observatories that they had it was it was strange wasn't it was it was indeed and the the other director of the Vatican observatory was guy consul mine you know who is that a great scholar and he came out and said we shouldn't be thinking in terms of aliens because these other people would be creatures of the same creates children of the same heavenly father and we shouldn't be surprised to encounter them he said because they're in the final day in the Old Testament and the New Testament and when he said that I feel a lot how about I missed that I've been lecturing possibly now to read the Bible for fifteen years could I really have missed that there are aliens in the Bible so I took that as like a gauntlet being fun down so soon as I had that time to study I thought I'm going to go back why to the beginning from the first verse of the book of genesis I'm going to go through again I'm gonna ask the question all the aliens in the Bible are they eat cheese in ancestral story how exactly about that in I. Beth when you went back and looked you found it all over the place right from the very first to this in the genesis right to the end I had missed it now a lot of people who read the Bible might be does yes there's a funny moment in genesis six where there is the story of hybrid isolation all human beings and something else called the sons of god the bending and him and the way the story runs and the offspring giants it it seems that it is something out Shearman that hybridizing which humans in that story in fact the ET narrative begins right from the very beginning of chess well in what's important to is the church Paul has said recently that belief in an extra terrestrial existence does not negate one's belief in god and I found that to be dramatic then you yes I I am very glad they said that though I've come to that same conclusion and clearly the purpose of that colloquium was to tell the faithful this is a conversation you can be possible and it's not something that you should be anxious or panic about because the presence of other species in the universe in no way negate gone and as I was searched not because skating for the evening I was reminded the white at the beginning of Christian history there were significant church fathers who were foundational to the formation of historic Christianity who believe that we live in a populated universe believed that there.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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07:15 min | 3 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"As well as a lot of sex the Vatican has a lot of the I mean shouldn't the mice in a lot of our affection so they're very interested in the stories about the store visit the and these periodic inclusion of six officials into at all region of space and and hello you you actually have these cataclysmic turn of events at the end of every cycle of the Vatican's big very interested in that and second because we broaching the end of the cycle the Vatican observatory so I think that you know one of the major functions is to look for telltale sign that we up to experience this sudden a sudden shift a major cataclysmic set of a dance that wouldn't be earth changes that could be some kind of dissension advanced being fundamentally transforming the for a little can lead and I go by without you talking about Alex collier yes Alex no good brand ninety from the many years he is someone who says he was in contact with Andromeda in extraterrestrials and that he said that PM drum buttons when they establish communications with him he said that they made contact because in the future three hundred and fifty years into our future a global collective too in the whole and that when they traced the origin of that elected to the came back to this time and they traced it back to the moon and my three planetary object out in some way connected with genesis of a galactic tourney that leads out at at galaxy and so the indominus came back in time to basically change that and and one of Alex's job with the basically reveal what was happening on planet earth because of these negative controls schools infiltrating and taking over a lot of the institution you are talking about a tie in with the late art bell and Andrew boss Iago of course who has claimed that he was involved in a project of course that the beam him to Mars that's right yes Sir and he says he's been involved in two sets of projects one of the jump gate of the moms jumpgate give we basically people were center miles but it wasn't the only a just cool project thank you Sir and then he says that project Pegasus that ran from around nineteen sixty eight to eleven nineteen seventy two kind of overlapping with the Montauk project and basically doing the same thing that was happening at the Montauk project which will tell you that we're using children these technologies but was in the Montauk project they were taking up the street children regarded as expendable he's lost wouldn't become a mess too much it will pro just barely using from elite families military families and for the for the solitarily or snatching well they will vote vote will volunteer work okay by by their parents I guess that's right yeah if the NB a follow actually will want to work with the Ralph impossible company and they will probably contract the the building these one travel technology for the CIA and and doppel the fetuses for the dial by which it is that Todd was called up M. any dust Iago was one of the children that was volunteering to these and he went through these project into that project and he was involved in the time travel experiments but he says that the nineteen approvals nineteen seventy seventy one he he went to in and and IT is totally that's a major company that has a a outlet date he not not fully New Jersey and he says that he actually met our goal at the nine really one cheese out bell at the facility that he was part of the group of children that went through the facility and soul bell this in an interview with top dollar you know I and many others all three action and he was completely shocked because he said that he hasn't told anyone about about that that he had looked at that like TNT facility had not laid at and not Lee did art did art in minutes yes he admitted on there that he did work at that facility and that he was working on on highly classified made out of pro J. and he didn't say anything more about the project how would how would bus Iago nor bothered unless he was not there unless he was there exactly exactly no one knew about that because I think that is being very careful revealing anything about he's classified work pulled for the military with contractors but about Chicago was there and and I was shocked that meant when I heard that and he heard the shock he was so realize that and the was there that that he was part of a highly classified programs couldn't get access if your child you don't go to a highly classified facility doing nine those top secret project yeah as a child of the media they give you access because you'll working approach it right so that's that stage yet what Amy was saying that's amazing tell us what you think what you really think Michael is going on at the South Pole Antarctica well I think what's been going on name is that they have being project that was set up in the nineteen forties by a breakaway group of Germans that were able to escape the **** Germany before its collapse sitting up highly advanced technologies in basis that they had being helped find down there under the eyes using this is submarines we at the at the time kind of stated the local equipment so that they could take deep under the water for a long time so they were able to navigate under.

fifty years
"vatican observatory" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"They're very interested in the stories about extraterrestrial visit the and these periodic inclusion of extraterrestrials into L. region of of by and and hello you you would actually have these cataclysmic turn of events at the end of every cycle of the Vatican has been very interested in that and so because we broaching the end of the cycle the Vatican observatory don't think that you know one of the major functions is to look for spelt tile fine that we about to experience sudden a sudden shift a major cataclysmic said of the van that wouldn't be earth changes that could be some kind of ascension event of something fundamentally transforming the for a little can lead a night go by without you talking about Alex collier yes Alex no good good friend ninety from the many years he is someone who says that he was in contact with Andromeda in extraterrestrials and he said that PM drum buttons when like a sublease communications with him he said that they had made contact because in the future three hundred and fifty years into our future up a global collective security cold and that when they traced the origin of that collective to me it came back to this time and they traced it back to the moon and my three planetary objects in some way connected with the genesis of a galactic tourney that spreads out throughout the galaxy and so the indominus came back in time to basically change that and and one of Alex's job was the basically reveal what was happening on planet earth you could just please make it.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on KGO 810

"Events at the end of every cycle of the Vatican's be very interested in that and so because we broaching the end of the cycle the Vatican observatory I think that you know one of the major functions is to look for help hail fine that we about to experience the sudden a sudden shift a major cataclysmic said of the van that wouldn't be earth changes that could be some kind of ascension event of something fundamentally transforming the for L. world can lead and I go by without you talking about Alex collier yes Sir Alex no good good friend money from so many years he is someone who says that he was in contact with Andromeda in extraterrestrials and he said that up the M. drum buttons when like the Japanese communications we have he said that they had made contact because in the future three hundred and fifty years into L. futures up a global collective security cold and that when they traced the origin of that collective Tuni came back to this time and they traced it back to the moon and my the planetary objects in some way connected with genesis of a galactic tourney.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you along with doctor Michael solvable take calls with Michael next hour here on coast to coast Michael back to the Montauk project if we can for a bit the several thousand the children you said that simply vanished and disappeared over what period of time was that there was from nineteen seventy one to nineteen ninety three and according to some of the football writers are we putting a lot of street kids that were homeless and they would just stop taking indices are projects and experiment of all men she is a little out of my control used on the wall that seems to be one of the ways in which they thought that the six of these experiments could be more successful and the children seem to be more likely to be able to survive these kinds of portal experiments do you think this project Montauk is still continuing well I think the Montauk project will set up the feasibility of the project if if they see time travel as a as a means of being able to not only be looking to the possible into the future but also to be able to send people through that through those portals to be able to manipulate time and after that we were talking about programs that became operational and now you're not you're not paying the children through those portals now you're sending adults you sending soldiers using the agents who filming people who go there with specific missions which might include changing the vents in the past okay we're talking about temple agent I mean that's I think the lady which you couldn't understand difficult to be sent through a time portal into another time possible future to change it who is in was father Pellegrino or Nettie while he was someone that he was sorry a three that was a studying the chanting of Benedictine monks using electronic message to manipulate their chance and so he wanted to measure hell that would impact humans and hell that might be I have a greater effect on people emotionally but what he found in testing the chanting and manipulating it electronically what then this was done by accident there was a of of Monica that was used in the in the social experiments that were conducted by dean at the Vatican that he was able to see events in the pop and as they began to experiment more in terms of manipulating the the vibration up because we talking about found them in with the the Benedictine monks that the chanting that deep melodious sound that they generate that that actually has an affect in terms of what being based on time this is one of the things that the Looking Glass technology was also cheating but father Pellegrino found that he could do it electronically by manipulating this this these Benedictine chance and that that was insisting that within ten handed off to the CIA now this is our corner visor that he kind of came up with an invented is it still being used I'd definitely yes if that is something that was developed the initial part of talks with developed by him in the Vatican and did he handle off to the CIA because the Vatican and the CIA have worked together very closely full for many years many people I'm aware that that the that the department well we chief of the CIA counter intelligence James Jesus Angleton from lining the movement money fifties what up until nineteen seventy five he handled the Vatican desk as well as being in charge of Hey I have an intelligence and and so you do have to ask is helpful white good to see I got to work with the Vatican at that little into the camera intelligence it was because of the Vatican had this kind of advanced technology the way they could be with I could like looking to the pop looking to the future and if you're doing counterintelligence this is an ideal tool so so the Vatican worked very closely with the CIA and technology even today you still use them this is where we get the kind of guy mysterious pose bike use referring to project Looking Glass why do you think the Vatican has to telescope observatory so I mean I've always found that to be weird Michael yes well with the Vatican has those observatories there in the Arizona at well one mayor and also in in the Vatican or UN run itself okay and I am very interested in some of the ancient legends because the Vatican has a vast library they they have the records from extinct old civilizations that long since collapse but they have all the records that life if Alexandria recklezz of the land to even even go further back to places like Gloria Gloria that was the records of these ancient civilizations the legend of these of that a possessed by the Vatican as well as the artifact so that the Vatican has a lot of the I mean shouldn't the mice in a lot of our affection for that very interested in the stories about exit test will visit the and these periodic inclusion of extraterrestrials into at all region of space and and help you you would actually have these cataclysmic events at the end of every cycle the Vatican is big very interested in that and so because we poaching the end of the cycle the Vatican observatory don't think that you know one of the major functions is to look for telltale sign that we are about to experience the sudden a sudden shift a major cataclysmic said of the van that the changes that could be some kind of ascension event something fundamentally transforming the for a little can lead and I go by without you talking about Alex collier yes but X. no good brand money from the many years he is someone who says that he was in contact with and drummer than extraterrestrials and that he said that up the end Robbins when they have these communications we he said that they had made contact because in the future three hundred and fifty years into L. futures up a global collective tourney hold and that when they traced the origin of that galactic usually think back to this time and they traced it back to earth moon and my three planetary objects in some way connected with the genesis of the galactic tourney that spread out throughout the galaxy and so the of dominance came back in time the basically change that and and one of Alex's job with the basically reveal what was happening on planet earth you could just please make it a contest rules infiltrating and taking over a lot of value to the Jushin you are talking about a tie in with the late art bell and Andrew boss Iago of course who has claimed that he was involved in a project of course that the beam him to Mars that's right yes I am pieces and been involved in the two sets of projects one of the jump gate of the mob jumpgate give we basically people were center miles but it wasn't the only a it's a cool project negative and then he says that project Pegasus that ran from around nineteen sixty eight to around nineteen seventy two because of collecting with the Montauk project and basically doing the same thing that was happening at the Montauk project which will tell you that we're using children these technologies but was in the Montauk project they were taking up the street children regarded as expendable he's lost wouldn't become a mess too much it with the project Pegasus barely using elite families military family since the fourth wall and terribly or snatching them okay will book vote will volunteer work okay learn by their parents I guess that's what yeah NBC follow actually will want to work with the Ralph impossible company and up I will probably contract that the building is wonderful technology for the CIA and and doppel to the process of the dial by which is if that public called up by the end any bus Iago was one of the tool that was volunteering to these and he went through these up project into that project and he was involved in the time travel experiments but he says that the nineteen of nineteen seventy seventy one he he went to in and and AT and T. Philly that so make your company that had a a outlet pay enough and not leave New Jersey and he says that he actually met our bell at that facility nine really she met up bell at the facility that he was part of the group of children that went through the facility and soul belt I said this in an interview with pop album you know I and many others our reaction and he was completely shocked because he said that he hasn't told anyone about about that that he had looked at that ITT facility had not laid at and not Li in art did art in minutes yes he admitted on there that he did work at that facility and that he was working on on highly classified night out of project and he didn't say anything more about the project how would how would bus Iago know about it unless he was not there unless he was there exactly exactly no one knew about that because I think that is being very careful in revealing anything about he's classified work pulled for the military with contractors but about Chicago was there and and I was shocked the net when I heard that and he heard the shock you would realize that and the was there that that he was part of a highly classified program couldn't get access you know if your tall you don't go to a highly classified facility doing night top secret projects yeah as a child of the leader did you have access because you'll working approach it right so that the defense had what Amy was saying that's amazing tell us what you think what you really think Michael is going on at the South Pole Antarctica well in the car I think what's been going on there is that they have seen project that was set up in the nineteen forties by a breakaway group of German that were able to escape the **** Germany before its collapse sitting up highly advanced technologies in basis that they have done being helped define down there under the eyes using this is submarines we at the at the time of the state of the art local equipment so that they could go deep under the water for long periods of time they were on they were able to navigate under the ice sheet into these ancient riverbeds and deep into that topic a with a book these bases and after establishing themselves in those bases and building very helpfull eight vehicles including flying forces they were able to reach agreement with the US military industrial complex the this is especially active mining forty seven operation Highjump incident where and have a little bit of medicine that the naval task force that he's in charge of suffered significant casualties in Antarctica that the Germans and the Americans are reached agreement and then began collaborating and so the Americans began to send a lot of equipment a lot of resources to the German in Antarctica and in exchange the Germans help the Americans set up the space program and the inside walls that's right eight and you have the vehicle of programs being set up and then beat the.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Interested in that and so because we broaching the end of the cycle the Vatican observatory don't think that you know one of the major functions is to look for telltale sign that we of the depth to experience sudden sudden shift a major cataclysmic said of the van that wouldn't be earth changes that could be some kind of ascension advance something fundamentally transforming the for a world can lead a night go by without you talking about Alex collier yes Alex good brand money from the many years he is someone he was in contact with crime drama than extraterrestrials and that he said that the Andromeda's when like a seven communications with him he said that they could make contact because in the future three hundred and fifty years into our future a global collective security cold and that when they traced the origin of that collective Juni came back to this time and they traced it back to the moon and my we planetary objects some way connected with genesis of a galactic to any that spreads out ATA galaxy and so the indominus came back in time the basically changed that and and one of Alex's job with the basically reveal what was happening on planet earth because of these negative contest rules infiltrating and taking over a lot of value to the tuition you are talk about a tie in with the late art bell and Andrew boss Iago of course who has claimed that he was involved in a project of course that the beam him to Mars that's right yes Sir and he says he's been involved in two sets of projects one of the jump gate of the miles jumpgate give we basically people were center miles but that wasn't the only project cool project negative and then he says that project Pegasus that ran from around nineteen sixty eight to around nineteen seventy two kind of overlapping with the Montauk project and basically doing the same thing that was happening at the Montauk project which will tell you that we're using children these technologies but was in the Montauk project they were taking up the street children regarded as expendable he's lost wouldn't become a man to latch it with the project using elite families military families and for the for the solitarily or snatching them all will will vote vote will volunteer work okay by by their parents I guess that's right yeah if the NB a follow actually will want to work with the Ralph impossible company and that they will probably contractor the building this time travel technology for the CIA and and doppel the people at the top but which is if that part was called up by the end any bus Iago was one of the children that was volunteering to these and he went through these project into that project and he was involved in the time travel experiments but he says that the nineteen approvals nineteen seventy seventy one he he went to in and and play T. and T. totally that's a major company that has a a outlet pay enough not leave New Jersey and he says that he actually met our goal at the nine really want she art bell at that facility that he was part of the group of children that went through the facility and full bell in an interview with top dollar you know I and many others three action and he was completely shocked because he said that he hasn't told anyone about about that that he had looked at that like TNT facility had not laid at and not Li in art did art in minutes yes he admitted on there that he did work at that facility and that he was working on on highly classified night out of project and he didn't say anything more about the project how would how would bus Iago know about it unless he was not there unless he was there exactly exactly no one knew about that because I think that is being very careful in revealing anything about he's classified work full for the military with contractors but the about Chicago was there and and I was shocked at that when I heard that and he heard the shot he was so realize that and the was there that he was part of a highly classified programs couldn't get access if you were told you don't go to a highly classified facility doing night top secret projects yeah as a child of the new year they did you have access because you'll working approach it right so that's that stage yet what Amy was saying that's amazing tell us what you think what you really think Michael is going on at the South Pole Antarctica well in the car I think what's been going on there is that they have seen project that was set up in the nineteen forties by a breakaway group of Germans that were able to escape **** Germany before its collapse sitting up highly advanced technologies team basis that they had being helped find down there under the eyes using this is submarines we at the at the time I'm interested in the local equipment so that they could take deep under the water for long periods of time so they were able to navigate.

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06:48 min | 3 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Affects the Vatican has a lot of this I mean shouldn't the mission a lot of our affection so they're very interested in the stories about extraterrestrial visit the and these periodic inclusion of extraterrestrials into L. region of space and and hello you you would actually have these cataclysmic turn of events at the end of every cycle of the Vatican has been very interested in that and so because we broaching the end of the cycle the Vatican observatory don't think that you know one of the major functions is to look for telltale sign that we about to experience the sudden a sudden shift a major topic with me said of the van that wouldn't be changes that could be some kind of ascension event of something fundamentally transforming the for L. world can lead a night go by without you talking about Alex collier yes Alex no good friend ninety from the many years he is someone who says that he was in contact with and drummer than extraterrestrials and that he said that up the end drum buttons when Mike W. communications with him he said that they could make contact because in the future three hundred and fifty years into L. futures up a global collective tourney hold and that when they traced the origin of that galactic duty came back to this time and they traced it back to the moon and we planetary objects in some way connected with the genesis of the galactic tourney that spreads out throughout our galaxy and so the of governance came back in time the basically change that and and one of Alex's job with the basically reveal what was happening on planet earth these negative controls trolls infiltrating and taking over a lot of value to the Jushin you I talk about a tie in with the late art bell and Andrew boss Iago of course who has claimed that he was involved in a project of course that the beam him to Mars that's right yes Sir and he says he's been involved in two sets of projects one of the jump gate of the moms jumpgate give we basically people were centered miles but there wasn't really a a project called project thank you Sir and then he says that project Pegasus that ran from around nineteen sixty eight to around nineteen seventy two kind of overlapping with the Montauk project and basically doing the same thing that was happening at the Montauk project which was great but we using children these technologies but was in the Montauk project they were taking up the street children regarded as expendable he's lost wouldn't become a mess to latch it with the project Pegasus barely using keep from elite families military families and for for the solitarily or snatching them although we will book will will volunteer work okay by by their parents I guess that's right yeah NBC follow actually will want to work with the Ralph impossible company and that they will probably contract that the building B. S. plentiful technology for the CIA and and doppel the producer for the dial by which it is that Todd was called up by the end any bus Iago was one of the children that was volunteering to these and he went through these project into that project and he was involved in the time travel experiments but he says that the nineteen approvals nineteen seventy or seventy one he he went to in and and AT and T. to worry that the major company that has a a outlet day in not not leave New Jersey and he says that he actually met up that'll affect some of the nine really she says he met up bell at that facility that he was part of this group of children that went through the facility and soul built said in an interview with pop album you know I and many others three action and he was completely shocked because he said that he hasn't told anyone about about that that he had worked at that ITT facility had not late at and not Lee did art did art in minutes yes he admitted on there that he did work at that facility and that he was working on on highly classified made out of project and he didn't say anything more about the project how would how would bust Iago know about it unless she was not there unless he was there exactly exactly no one knew about that because I think that is being very careful in revealing anything about he's classified work full for the military with contractors but the about Chicago was there and and was shocked that meant when I heard that and he heard the shock even with a realize that and the was there that that he was part of a highly classified program couldn't get access you know if your child you don't go to a highly classified facility doing NATO's top secret projects yeah as a child of the media they give you have access to your working on a project right so that's that stage yet what Amy was saying that's amazing tell us what you think what you really think Michael is going on at the South Pole Antarctica well in a car I think what's been going on there is that they have being pro check that was set up in the nineteen forties by a breakaway group of Germans that were able to escape the **** Germany before the collapse sitting up highly advanced technologies in basis that they had being.

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"vatican observatory" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on WTVN

"The camera intelligence it was because of the fact that had this kind of advanced technology that with I could be with I could like looking to the past looking to the future and if you're doing counterintelligence this is an ideal tool so so the Vatican worked very closely with the CIA and this technology even today you still use them this is where we get the kind of that mysterious pose by Q. referring to project Looking Glass why do you think the Vatican has to telescope observatory so I mean I've always found that to be weird Michael yes what was that the Vatican has those observatory they're in the Arizona at well one there and flow in in the Vatican or UN run itself hello folks and I am very interested in some of the ancient legends because the Vatican has Abbas library they they have the records from extinct old civilizations that long since collapse but they have all the records that life is Alexandria recklezz of its land to even even go further back to places like with Laurie hope of Gloria the records of these ancient civilization from the legend of these of that a possessed by the Vatican as well as the affect the Vatican has a lot of this I mean shouldn't the mice in a lot of our affection for that very interested in the stories about extraterrestrial visit the and these periodic inclusion of extraterrestrials into L. region of space and and how you you would actually have these cataclysmic turn of events at the end of every cycle of the Vatican has been very interested in that and so because we broaching the end of the cycle the Vatican observatory so I think that you know one of the major functions is to look for help fine that.

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News Radio 1190 KEX

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"vatican observatory" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Of the records of these ancient civilizations in the legend of these of that a possessed by the Vatican as well as the artifact so that the Vatican has a lot of the I mean shouldn't the mice in a lot of our affection so they're very interested in the stories about exit test will visit the and these periodic inclusion of exceptional into at all region of space and and hello you you would actually have these cataclysmic turn of events at the end of every cycle of the Vatican has been very interested in that and so because we broaching the end of the cycle the Vatican observatory to think that you know one of the major functions is to look for telltale sign that we about to experience sudden a sudden shift a major cataclysmic set of events that wouldn't be earth changes that could be some kind of ascension event of something fundamentally transforming the for a little can lead a night go by without you talking about Alex collier yes Alex no good friend money from the many years he is someone who says that he was in contact with Andromeda in extraterrestrials and he said that VM drum buttons when like a sublease communications with him he said that they could make contact because in the future three hundred and fifty years into our future a global collective tourney hold and that when they traced the origin of that collective duty it came back to this time and they traced it back to the moon and my three planetary objects in some way connected with the genesis of the galactic tourney that spreads out throughout our galaxy and so the indominus came back in time to basically change that and and one of Alex's job with the basically reveal what was happening on planet earth you could just please make it.

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