Cannes Film Festival to Debut UFO Documentary Exposing Vatican’s Secret Files

Award-winning filmmaker Mark Christopher Lee’s latest documentary, “God Versus Aliens,” is making its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this week. The film delves into the controversial topic of the Vatican’s knowledge and involvement with UFOs and their possible connection to the paranormal.

According to Lee, the recent publication of a new guidance on apparitions by the Vatican is a clear indication that they are aware of the true nature of UFOs and their potential ties to the supernatural. Lee explains, “The Vatican has been studying UFOs for decades and even has a Cardinal appointed to deal with first contact. From my research, I believe that this new guidance on apparitions is proof that they know that UFOs are more than just physical crafts from other worlds and that they have a paranormal side to them.”

The film also explores the role of the Vatican in keeping the truth about UFOs hidden from the public. Lee, along with members of the US and UK governments, are convinced that UFOs are of demonic origin. He also reveals that some UFO researchers believe the Vatican is collaborating with the US military to cover up the truth.

As for the reason behind the potential cover-up, Lee speculates that the truth may be too frightening for the public to handle. He asks, “We could handle the fact that there is alien life on other planets, but could we handle life from other dimensions or realms of existence?”

In addition to the Vatican’s involvement, the film also delves into the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the search for extraterrestrial life. Harvard Professor Avi Loeb, who controversially believes that alien AI may bypass humanity and form a bond with our own AI, is featured in the documentary.

“God Versus Aliens” will be available on all platforms this summer. The trailer for the film can be viewed at

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