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xx Express.co.uk asks Nick Pope's honest opinion
« Thread started on: Jan 21st, 2018, 8:42pm »

Nick's opinion is a blow to UfO hunters, claiming that aliens are real, but not anywhere near earth!

Nicks claims there are no "smoking guns", no government alien "cover ups", and no secret alien bases.

Nick claims there has never been any physical evidence, zip, zero!

Nick says aliens could not travel the distance, and if they did, it would be an automated probe.

Nick continues and says there are no such things as worm holes, and radiation would kill anything traveling in the vast distances of space.

Of course in my opinion, I disagree with Mr.Pope.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/907037/Pentagon-UFO-government-UFO-source-aliens-exist



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xx Re: Express.co.uk asks Nick Pope's honest opinion
« Reply #1 on: Jan 22nd, 2018, 03:51am »

on Jan 21st, 2018, 8:42pm, Nyx wrote:
Of course in my opinion, I disagree with Mr.Pope.

Pope will be eventually excommunicated by his successor, like it happened to Formosus.

Probably around January 897, Stephen VI ordered that the corpse of his predecessor Formosus be removed from its tomb and brought to the papal court for judgment. With the corpse propped up on a throne, a deacon was appointed to answer for the deceased pontiff.
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There is a region of interest in this part of human history that the ET's once pointed out:

The trial was conducted by Pope Stephen VI (sometimes called Stephen VII), who was the successor to Formosus' successor, Pope Boniface VI. Stephen accused Formosus of perjury and of having acceded to the papacy illegally. At the end of the trial, Formosus was pronounced guilty and his papacy retroactively declared null.

The reason why Stephen VI was sometimes called Stephen VII is to consider the year of the trial 897. This is an "unnatural" year, as opposed to the "natural" year 789, where the natural order 7, 8, 9 exists. To fix 897, the digit 7 must be placed in front. If you apply similar process to the name of the dead defendant FORMOSUS and place the 7th letter U to the front of the name, something familiar shows up: UFORMOS S.

When the alien implants start firing, there is not much Homo sapiens could ever do but comply with the instructions no matter how crazy they got - like digging up a dead body and putting it on trial, which is very unnatural thing to do - unless it happens in an unnatural year like 897 AD.

The conclusion made by MoD that UFO is not a threat means that UFO is not an obvious threat - a threat akin to the scenes taken from movie "Mars Attacks" and the likes.
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xx Re: Express.co.uk asks Nick Pope's honest opinion
« Reply #2 on: Jan 22nd, 2018, 9:44pm »

You are right travex, after 21 years with the MoD, I find Mr.Pope's opinion bizarre in that he could not consider any UFO case in that 21 years as a possible "maybe".

Even J. Allen Hynek had a turn around point when he investigated the Lonnie Zamora case in Socorro, New Mexico. Hynek realized the Air Force and other scientists were arrogant to real hard evidence from pilots, police, citizens, burn marks , pad marks according to Wikipedia.

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