NASA is hiring priests to prepare humans for contact with aliens

NASA has asked a priest and other religious experts to prepare Earth for a possible alien encounter.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has called on a clergyman and other strict specialists to prepare Earth for a possible extraterrestrial experience.

NASA has enlisted the guidance and expertise of 24 academics to help anticipate how different societies and religions in various parts of the planet would respond to contact with an extraterrestrial.

In 2014, the Center for Theological Research (CTI) at Princeton University in New Jersey received a $1.1 million grant, which is where the exam will currently take place.

Dr. Andrew Davidson, a British minister and theologian at Cambridge University, is among 24 who will discuss how the highly anticipated external revelation would be obtained by various religions around the world, reports Dazed.

Davidson proposes the possibility that God created other life forms in the universe in his forthcoming book Astrobiology and Christian Doctrine.

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Non-strict individuals also seem to misjudge the difficulties that strict individuals…would perceive when faced with the test of outer life.


NASA employs 24 academics, including a minister, to prepare people for a possible reveal of outer life. Mmmmmh. Do they know something we don’t?

The former head of the NASA Astrobiology Institute, Carl Pilcher, made sense that scholars have managed to overcome any barriers between science and religion, to “consider the ramifications of applying the apparatuses of late 20th century science (and mid-21st century) to issues that had been seen as strictly customary for hundreds or millennia’.

Pilcher agrees that it is “just unfathomable” to believe that Earth is the primary planet hosting life forms, “when there are more than 100 billion stars in this system, and more than 100 billion worlds in the universe.”

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