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Exo-Vaticana: Petrus Romanus, Project Lucifer, and the Vatican's Astonishing Exo-Theological Plan for the Arrival of an Alien Savior

Exo-Vaticana: Petrus Romanus, Project Lucifer, and the Vatican's Astonishing Exo-Theological Plan for the Arrival of an Alien Savior By Cris Putnam Thomas Horn Exo Vaticana Petrus Romanus Project Lucifer and the Vatican s Astonishing Exo Theological Plan for the Arrival of an Alien Savior None

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  • Author: Cris Putnam Thomas Horn
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    1. Wm. Scott Conway on said:

      My review can be read here.ns 2013 04 exIn summary, this material was never meant for the esoteric group that seems to be reading it, but something the whole Church should be reading and taking under serious consideration about the mechanism in which eschatology might come to fruition.

    2. Aaron Baker on said:

      It s no secret that I have a love for conspiracy theories It s also no secret that I have a love for somewhat esoteric religious thought Esoteric may not be the best choice of word here, as it is really only esoteric in that, while it is open for all to see, most of the religious community doesn t really want to give the idea the time of day Now, I m not saying that everything held in this book is 100% true I mean, let s be real, we re talking about the highest echelons of the Catholic church pl [...]

    3. JC107 on said:

      Illogical claptrapEndless quotations from the authors other books, lengthy excerpts from books that are no longer in print, and alarmist conclusions drawn illogically from the quotations cited, this book is poorly edited making it difficult to read and it certainly does not prove anything Moreover, it s already dated since Pope Benedict XVI stepped down in 2013 and Pope Francis would be the one they claim to call Petrus Romanus.

    4. Jaime Contreras on said:

      This is a comprehensive examination of UFO themes like intervention in ancient civilizations, cross breeding, technology, communication with humans, return, and role in the future as it relates to changing attitudes in the Catholic Church Horn and Putnam, the authors tackle controversies, conspiracies, and myths surrounding the connection between aliens and demons and the role of church and government alliances play Much time is given to Vatican sponsored projects and partnerships with governmen [...]

    5. Linda on said:

      This is a long book and at first appears to have a rather crazy viewpoint, but after finishing it I thinkthere may be something to it There is a lot of research and footnotes, the Catholic Church doesn tcome off to good in this book I think the idea is that extraterrestrials might not be from far away,but rather homegrown demons and Satan That is scary As Arthur C.Clark said, Sometimes I thinkwe are alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we are not In either case, the idea is quitestaggerl [...]

    6. Klidell on said:

      This is a great and plausible theory about the last days and how alien from other worlds could figure in Spoiler alert aliens demons Starts out good and then gets really bogged down in history of different theories Hang in there because it picks up towards the end and ties everything up in a nice bow Not saying this is all true but it is a very plausible answer regarding all the UFO sightings that seem to be always on the increase.

    7. Jessi on said:

      This book is the stuff that good conspiracy theory is made out of However, the authors go out of their way to factually support each tenet of their theory that the anti Christ will be presented as an alien savior from out of space Each part of their thoughts does seem to line up with what the Bible says about how the anti Christ will do great wonders in heaven and be a great delusion and will deceive many if possible, the elect What is the most interesting thing, and definitely the reason to rea [...]

    8. Benjamin Page on said:

      Very compelling book A little long winded at times, but this is due to the authors attempt to leave no stone unturned It is well organized and well documented Some of the logic was a stretch or not explained as well as it could be, but the evidence submitted is undeniable and the main theory is thus hard to dispute Spelling errors abound, but this is likely due to the authors urgency in getting this book to print It s worth the read, if you are not complacent to remain in the dark about all the [...]

    9. Thomas Walker on said:

      A quarter way done with this book Amazing, brilliant, well written, and holds your attention from the first word Will say when I finish The book started off strong but the unrelenting efforts of the authors detail upon detail upon detail to prove that UFOs exist, was draining Let me explain, the authors do not believe in UFOs, per se, but in demonic manifestations that will be used as the great delusion spoken of in the Bible after the rapture I agree with this There were some interesting facts [...]

    10. Nikolas Larum on said:

      Long winded and definitely on the outer fringe The entire premise of the Catholic UFO connection seemed strained or, better put, a good excuse to do a lot of speculating on UFOs I found the inclusion of multiple interviews and references to fictional work to be somewhat lazy Make the premise and cite the source Don t make me read through all of it And since when does fiction prove a point, unless it s cited simply to attest to influence in culture Better work than Stargates, but could have used [...]

    11. Rod W. Kerbs on said:

      Must read deception deciphered Well researched and poignant in these the final hours before the man of perdition is revealed to the masses Deserves a second read.

    12. Aaron Hendricks on said:

      Earth shatteringThis book is a phenomenal eye opener There are so many things the Vatican has hidden from society for thousands of years.

    13. Mikey on said:

      Although much of the overall premise and explanation for UFO alien activity was very familiar to me, I found many things in the book to be quite fascinating Below are a few quotes view spoiler The secular world is neither wholly rationalist nor postmodern rather, it is deliberately divided along the fact values split Modernism rules the lower story fact realm, whereas postmodernism has a stranglehold on the upper story values realmis explains why otherwise hard nosed scientists are prone to beli [...]

    14. Landon on said:

      Someone recommended Exo Vaticana to me about a year ago, so I decided to give it a shot And I m so glad I did.I grew up being frightened by aliens But at the same time, I loved Star Trek The aliens in that show were GOOD, unfrightening aliens, and the optimistic world of the show offered an escape from my fears.Unlike the optimistic aliens of Star Trek, Exo Vaticana offers a different take on UFOs and the alien abduction phenomena One that fully justifies my past fears The idea that UFOs and ali [...]

    15. B. Reese on said:

      I made it about half way thru the book, then lost interest Partially because it veered away from the main point of the book and into seemingly unrelated, and potentially familiar territory.Also, as I was reading through, I hated seeing the phrase available on the data DVD for people who bought it from author s website Thanks, that helps me alot, because i bought the kindle edition the hard copy didn t have the DVD at the book store either I bought kindle because it was cheaper At least the infor [...]

    16. Corine on said:

      This book provides amazing documentation about alien encounters, government involvement in cover ups, the Vatican s attitude at least the Jesuits about aliens and their supposed representation in the Bible, etc etc The Vatican has a strongly vested interest in observatories and plans to connect with aliens at the earliest possible opportunity A few insiders even consider it possible that Jesus is an alien This book will keep you intrigued and on edge it will most likely carry numerous bookmarks [...]

    17. ExtremeBibliophile on said:

      Extremely well researched and thoroughly documented background of the Vatican s heretofore ultra secret Project L.U.C.I.F.E.R, with some additional insight into UFOlogy and the intense interest in same among the highest echelons of the Roman Catholic Church Not a happy clappy read by any means but essential for anyone who is intereested in Biblical prophecy and eschatology Horn and Putnam put the lie to the oft held and false notion that committed evangelical fundamentalist Christians are unlear [...]

    18. haroldnkit on said:

      Seek knowledge Ask and it shall be given Thank you Tom Horn and Chris Putnam for allowing GOD to reveal truth and deception to those who still place their faith in a man instead of Jesus the Christ and SON of the true living God I am grateful.mSo glad I read this wonderful book Now my suspicions have been confirmed Knowledge is a powerful tool in the fight against evil Praise Jesus

    19. Julie on said:

      The main character of this book is a searcher with a nickname of optical sky watcher Lucy It was rolled uphill and sits silently opening and closing its massive eyelid to the universe atop an older sacred site Behind a long lens which scans the sky bright I can picture herman got tired, one faithful monk s night s work as he stretched to go to vespers he dipped his head to his zero point time clock It was just THEN the aliens were winking from the fourth window of the

    20. Justin Glover on said:

      An intriguing read that attempts to marry the UFO phenomenon with the end times deception.In my opinion, Exo Vaticana displays holes in it s thesis building and logic while being very redundant and loose with it s use of scripture However, a very compelling case is made for the demonic nature of the ET phenomenon and, overall, provides a very interesting read.

    21. Janice on said:

      See my review of Petrus Romanus Both books are masterfully researched and written The number of sources between both books is over 1,400 citations Bite the bullet and buy them both If you purchase them at survivor mall, you will get a plethora of supporting research for under 20 per volume.

    22. Kathy Fontenot on said:

      This book is a little hard to follow The gist is that the Vatican has been waiting for the return of extraterrestrials There is going to be a revealing of extraterrestrials soon based on the election of this last new pope The Vatican just recently released a statement that it s okay to believe in extraterrestrials now Interesting.

    23. Jem on said:

      There s a lot of angles put forward here, and this one took me a while to finish simply because I needed to take breaks to consider some of what I was reading A well written book in that the authors carefully present a Christian viewpoint without ever preaching to or excluding the reader who is not Christian A huge book, but ultimately an interesting and possibly important one.

    24. Erik on said:

      Conspiracy lovers should like this one I found the crazy narrative tiring to read but the great delusion theory was intriguing to read about Recommended to those who like way out there thinking and theories relating to UFOs and ET encounters.

    25. Rob on said:

      This book is excellent, well researched and worth the time to read Once you get past all the history stuff it picks up If your new to eschatology I don t recommend this book, to much steak for the baby.

    26. Reese W. Davis, Jr. on said:

      Read this book If after reading this book you haven t become a Christian please do so immediately This book is well written and well documented and gives enough reasons to be scared not to be a Christian.

    27. Lou on said:

      Deep in information and has lots of footnotes for references Enjoyed the reading but sometimes lost in too much detail The vatican has something to hide and soon will come out with this information If your a believer then you have nothing to worry about as Jesus will take us home.

    28. Matthew on said:

      A somewhat goofy narrative of two guys who try to link a Vatican telescope in New Mexico to the end of the Papacy and a coming alien messiah Any I thought I had issues.

    29. Christian Feliciano on said:

      A great book iteresting topic and a different point of view of the ufo phenomena.

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