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Pope Francis sponsoring UNICEF in its attempt at soft Alien disclosure, this time in Schools around the World

By Carla B.

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Recently the Vatican admits to the possibility of the existence of aliens and went on record to state, “It would be foolish to say that there is no possibility of life outside of our planet.” Father Gabriel Funes addded, “that life on Mars could not be ruled out and God could have created intelligent beings in outer space.  Father Funes is the Vatican’s chief astronomer and wrote an article in the official Vatican newspaper called, “Aliens Are My Brother.” Father Funes exclaimed that the search for extraterrestrial life does not contradict belief in God.  When asked about the condemnation of the Italian astronomer and physicist, Galileo, by the Catholic Church some four centuries ago, Father Funes claimed mistakes were made, but stressed that it is time to turn the page and look towards the future.”

The Vatican, Pope Francis, UNICEF & The Coming Alien Deception

As you might imagine I was shocked and appalled the other day when a friend forwarded me a video produced by UNICEF, which clearly is an attempt at soft alien disclosure. I couldn’t believe what I was watching; I was horrified, it was so blatant and upfront with the alien agenda, filled with multiple layers of subtle meaning.

 

Screen shot - Image credit: UNICEF

A quick run down of the video, as you will see below, UNICEF Chile has chosen to use an alien, super human, X-Men like child as the leading actor in their new ad, “UNICEF Marciano.” Apparently the somewhat different key figure in the promo was put in place solely, to teach the acceptance of others who appear different. While that is obviously a good message, they could have taken a traditional approach and just used a human child. As the video begins, the children, presumably from planet Earth are in wonderment at the appearance of the estranged boy, and at once begin to taunt and tease him in a variety of ways. That is, until the alien…star child, hybrid, indigo… uses his super human like powers to levitate some of the children that are participating in a school play. Once that occurs, the children accept the alien child, and he becomes part of the group. Soon after, he is transformed to somewhat of a class leader….the most popular kid at school! Clearly his “gifts” has set him apart, and the children of Earth, well… not so different than their adult counter-parts…. wholeheartedly, accepts and welcomes him into their circle. Interestingly, not because he is somewhat of a “real” boy… his supernatural abilities has played a gigantic part in the grand scheme of things as well.

 

Screen shot -- Image credit: UNICEF

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The video above includes clips from UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund in Chile called “UNICEF Marciano.” I researched the title several times online and when translated in English it means “Martian.” (not much hidden there)

This video was apparently put together by UNICEF and CONMEBOL with the full support of the Vatican. The “alien” content should not be a surprise, considering some of the recent statements that have come from the Vatican about baptizing aliens, calling aliens “brothers,” etc.

The video below is the full ad endorsed by the Vatican.

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  1. Izz says:

    some scary times we living in

  2. Izz says:

    thanks for sharing Ms Girlie

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