Vatican scientists co-host conference on alien life forms

The VORG are sponsoring a conference in Arizona on ET life:


Exo-VaticanaNearly 200 scientists are attending the conference, called The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System: Exoplanets, Biosignature & Instruments, which runs from March 16-21 in Tucson, Arizona. The Vatican Observatory is co-hosting the conference with the University of Arizona’s Steward Observatory.

‘Finding life beyond Earth is one of the great challenges of modern science and we are excited to have the world leaders in this field together in Tucson,’ said event co-chair Daniel Apai, assistant professor of astronomy and planetary sciences at the UA Steward Observatory.

Signs of the Times Message at First Baptist Morristown, TN

Here is a video of my presentation at First Baptist Church in Morristown TN on October 27, 2013. I cover material from Petrus Romanus and Exo-Vaticana.

Signs of the Times-Cris Putnam from Higher Ground on Vimeo.

Please leave a comment if you are interested in having me talk at your church.

VFTB at the Prophecy Summit: Cris Putnam

This one of the better interviews I’ve done on Exo-Vaticana.
THE LARGEST Christian denomination on the planet seems to have a profound interest in things happening off planet — meaning outer space. The Roman Catholic Church has been involved in astronomical studies since the time of Galileo.
Listen to the interview here.

Understanding the End Times Vatican-Alien Connection

This is a webinar recorded by Jerry Robinson of JRMI. We talked about my books and how the two might fit together to explain the final events predicted in biblical prophecy.


Exo-Vaticana: Astrobiology and Exo-Planets

The astrobiological faith is greatly encouraged by recent discoveries of exoplanets. Prior to 1995, there was no evidence for any planets outside of our own solar system. That has changed dramatically, as scientists now estimate billions of planets exist although only 865 such planets have been identified as of this writing. Although the progress is remarkable, out of those, only nine (a mere 1 percent) are classified as potentially “habitable.” Accordingly, the search for planets around other stars is a key component in the search for extraterrestrial life. It is an exciting time in this endeavor. The NASA-owned Jet Propulsion Laboratory hosts a website called “Planet Quest: The Search for Another Earth” (see In fact, you can even join in on the search at by helping sift through the data from the Kepler space probe. To say they are enthused would be an understatement. There are several motivating factors. First, the existence of many extrasolar planets is used to imply that the Earth is not special. Second, it is assumed that planets positioned similarly to Earth in relation to their star are indeed like Earth. Third, astrobiologists argue that because the universe contains millions of planets, there is a high probability that life has evolved on some of them. The bottom line is that atheistic naturalists believe the existence of extraterrestrial life is a confirmation of their worldview, and this makes the Vatican’s involvement all the more peculiar.