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In celebration of believers in Aliens

Barry 2023-08-12 09:24:52 

While denying the Christ

An alien vessel landed quietly on Saint Peter's square in Rome.

A hatch opened and two little grey men with dazzling smiles appeared.

They were promptly granted an audience with the Pope.

After a brief discussion about the weather, the Pope said, "I know this question may sound odd to you, but I was wondering if you and your kind know about Jesus Christ?"

"Jesus Christ?” exclaimed the slightly taller of two aliens. “Of course we do! He visits our planet every two years or so. Awesome fellow!"

A hush descended on the audience chamber and everyone watched the Pope, whose face had turned a rather odd purple.

"Every two years?" he shouted. "We're still waiting for his second coming!"

"Maybe he didn't like your chocolate,” suggested the alien.

"Chocolate?" replied the Pope. "What in heaven's name does chocolate have to do with it?"

"Well," said the alien, “when he came to our planet, we gave him chocolate. Why, what did you do?"


hubert 2023-08-12 10:22:45 

In reply to Barry

lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol

Drapsey 2023-08-12 17:10:45 

In reply to Barry

I bet you like this one.

Historic church stands miraculously untouched by Maui wildfires: ‘Sign from God’

Stunning video shows a historic Catholic church in Lahaina miraculously still standing and unscathed after devastating wildfires ripped through Maui — while the rest of the historic town was turned into an apocalyptical nightmare.

Maria Lanakila Catholic Church, which opened in 1846, was captured in a video, posted on TikTok, standing tall and untouched.

When the camera pans around, the rest of the town — the largest tourist destination on Maui — looks like a smoldering hellscape of rubble.

Viewers hailed the jaw-dropping miracle as an act of God.


jahmekyah 2023-08-12 17:34:04 

The typical american house is mostly made from lumber
Those old church was probalby made from brick, stone and or cement

No miracle here

Barry 2023-08-12 18:19:08 

In reply to Drapsey
Its just a joke, bro. I don't believe that God protects churches . . .

1The word that came to Jeremiah from the LORD, saying, 2Stand in the gate of the LORD'S house, and proclaim there this word, and say, Hear the word of the LORD, all ye of Judah, that enter in at these gates to worship the LORD. 3Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, Amend your ways and your doings, and I will cause you to dwell in this place. 4Trust ye not in lying words, saying, The temple of the LORD, The temple of the LORD, The temple of the LORD, are these. 5For if ye throughly amend your ways and your doings; if ye throughly execute judgment between a man and his neighbour; 6If ye oppress not the stranger, the fatherless, and the widow, and shed not innocent blood in this place, neither walk after other gods to your hurt: 7Then will I cause you to dwell in this place, in the land that I gave to your fathers, for ever and ever.

Are you a good man Drapsey? If you lie and cheat and go to Church that will not protect you

Barry 2023-08-12 19:01:28 

In reply to jahmekyah

You pronounce on things with such confidence although you are not there wink

Barry 2023-08-13 12:32:07 

An atheist (Drapsey) and a priest (Sarge) went for a walk in the park, and strolled by a large lake. Suddenly the atheist said: "Let's go in and do some 'godless baptism', the water looks so really clear just like Richard Dawkins!" "But we don't have swimsuits" the priest told him. "So what?" replied the atheist, "Let's go into the water just as evolution first made us." The priest thought for a moment and then agreed with him. They took off their clothes, laid them on a piece of grass at the edge of the lake and went in for a short dip. After a few minutes they left the lake and walked back towards the place where they had put the clothes. Suddenly the two noticed a small group of people staring right at them. Embarrassed, the priest tried to cover his shame with his hands. He looked to the side and discovered that the atheist was covering his face with his hands. "What are you doing?!?" hissed the priest, "cover your privates!" "I don't know how it goes in YOUR congregation." Said the atheist, "but my atheist friends recognize me by my face! I’m missing large ones down there in any case”
big grin

Halliwell 2023-08-13 13:04:19 

In reply to Barry

That’s a good one
big grin

pooranian 2023-08-13 13:17:56 

In reply to Drapsey

So he only saved his own house..

Barry 2023-08-13 21:48:35 

In reply to pooranian
Who? Alien?

Barry 2023-08-13 21:51:55 

How can you get aliens to destroy their own kind? Split them into groups and teach them different religions.

What did the alien paramedic say when he first arrived on Earth? “Take me to your bleeder.”

The alien was not very popular among his friends. Because he was not down to earth.

big grin

Barry 2023-08-13 21:53:40 

Why are aliens especially interested in abducting cows?
Because they can jump over the moon like fruitpickers from Canada.


pooranian 2023-08-14 03:31:22 

In reply to Barry

No..I was referring to only church survived article..

Barry 2023-08-14 14:46:25 

In reply to pooranian

What did the fruitpicker ask the alien?
I need a probe…. big grin

Barry 2023-08-14 16:09:09 

As the alien onslaught continued, linguists were working furiously to translate the only message they’d received in response to our plea to understand why they were attacking.
The fruitpicker was in his bunker trying to figure out where the first contact went wrong. He told his avatar, “They landed and I went up to the leader and greeted him in peace. They immediately ran back back to their ship, and started their assault.”

Just then, the lead linguist ran into the room and said, “We think we’ve deciphered the message, though it doesn’t make much sense to us.”

“C’mon - spit it out!” yelled the fat fruitpicker in his normal brawling manner.

“The message just says ‘That wasn’t my hand.’”


velo 2023-08-14 16:21:31 

Put it this way aliens or a man born of a virgin that turns wster into wine its a hard one razz

Barry 2023-08-14 16:28:04 

In reply to velo
virgin birth is very common in the animal kingdom. Maybe if you had moved beyond Naparima College and helicopter flying ...Say par-tho-genesis


Barry 2023-08-14 16:31:53 

In reply to velo
How did the 'hand' of the alien feel? Like wine, right?

lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol

Barry 2023-08-14 22:27:18 

Fine wine? lol

Barry 2023-08-15 14:10:32 

In reply to velo

Velo ?
Miru atani cetini anubhavincara?

velo 2023-08-15 14:32:32 

Are humans in the animal kingdom

Barry 2023-08-15 14:34:38 

In reply to velo

Of course, this “hand” feel human? lol

Barry 2023-08-15 14:38:12 

Parthenogenesis (PG) is a rare phenomenon occurring in humans, and understanding this may help us develop an explanation for such occurrences. Moreover, it may help reveal the cause of idiopathic ovarian teratoma (OT). We aim to explain the occurrence of PG and OT in humans based on a new hypothesis. Previous literature has been searched through relevant scientific websites and international journals on the causes and mechanisms of PG and OT in humans. The previous literature on human PG was sparse and mostly contained case reports. It appears that human PG is not as rare as previously reported but may occur spontaneously, resulting in OT formation. The difference between PG and sexual reproduction is that PG has no embryonic diversity. The biopsied embryonic samples in the PG correspond exclusively to those of the maternal side. Spontaneous PG in humans often degrades or leads to formation of OT. The cause and mechanism of spontaneous PG remain unclear in the available literature

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Barry 2023-08-15 14:39:27 

Hegazy, A. A., Al-Qtaitat, A. I., & Hegazy, R. A. (2023). A new hypothesis may explain human parthenogenesis and ovarian teratoma: A review study. International Journal of Reproductive Biomedicine, 21(4), 277.
big grin

Barry 2023-08-15 14:42:53 

In reply to velo

Spontaneous parthenogenetic and androgenetic events occur in humans, but they result in tumours: the ovarian teratoma and the hydatidiform mole, respectively. However, the observation of fetiform (ovarian) teratomas, the serependious identification of several chimeric human parthenotes and androgenotes in the last two decades, along with the creation of viable bi-maternal mice in the laboratory based on minor genetic interferences, raises the question of whether natural cases of clinically healthy human parthenotes have gone unnoticed to science. Here we present a hypothesis based on three elements to support the existence of such elusive individuals: mutations affecting (i) genomic imprinting, (ii) meiosis and (iii) oocyte activation. Additionally, we suggest that the routine practice of whole genome sequencing on every single newborn worldwide will be the ultimate test to this controversial, yet astonishing hypothesis. Finally, several medical implications of such intriguing event are presented.

de Carli, G. J., & Pereira, T. C. (2017). On human parthenogenesis. Medical Hypotheses, 106, 57-60.

Barry 2023-08-16 13:21:33 

Why don't aliens visit our Solar System?

They read the reviews... just one star...And Drapsey