The Surprise Behind UFOs and Alien-Related Manuscripts Have Been Discovered at the Vatican

There has always been a theory that the Vatican hides important manuscripts about the existence of UFOs and aliens. However, these may have been confirmed.

Vatican Manuscripts on Alien Secrets

Ludvig’s story was revealed in a very popular Russian newspaper, “Sovershenno Sekretno”, in 2011. The article was titled “The Worlds of Professor Ludvig,” written by Vladimir Kuch Ariants.

The author described Ludvig as obese, bald, with a huge forehead and a Scandinavian beard. He often had problems with Stalin’s regime and was declared by the Soviet federal agency as a counterintelligence agent for the Vatican. Thus, he ended up in the concentration camps in 1938.

The journalist recalled the scientist’s first lecture, in 1960, which he initially found interesting and then a little confusing, because it mixed ancient and medieval linguistics, history and architecture, plant symbolism, types of labyrinths and other themes…

Although the author was a student of Ludvig and did a lot of research on him, it is still unknown who he really was, even though he was considered a mystic. He wrote that after meeting him, his life changed and he saw the world from a different perspective.

The scientist’s statements come directly from reading the Vatican’s secret archives.

There are 53,000 libraries with 35,000 volumes of catalogues and documents spanning 12 centuries. Archives are the stuff of historical legends. Archived documents are issued at least 75 years of age.

Ludvig’s access to the Vatican library

In the 1920s, Professor Ludvig somehow gained access to the Vatican library. There he read ancient manuscripts that could change the course of humanity. He claimed to have found several texts about ancient codes, alchemy, and other things about UFOs and aliens that visited Earth in ancient times.

According to him, he read texts that speak of extraterrestrial influence in various ancient civilizations, such as the Egyptians or the Mayans. So he began to study the Mayan civilization.

Ludvig translated symbols that were spaceships and suits. He also found historical documents about the use of nuclear weapons in ancient times and showed him photos of the walls of the Babylonian fortress, melted by very high temperatures, up to 1.5 meters high.

The scientist was very interested in the Sumerian civilization and knew it very well. We don’t know where the Sumerians came to Mesopotamia, but it underwent a sudden evolution in the middle of the 4th millennium BC.

At one point, they learned how to build cities, how to strengthen them, and how to create the world’s first complex irrigation systems. They invented the wheel and the writing system, which had previously been pictographic, that is, the individual objects were represented in the form of drawings. The oldest texts with this system date back to around 3,200 BC. c.


Related Disputes

Professor Ludvig was no ordinary man. During World War II he worked as an architect, design engineer and inventor. From 1941 to 1943 he had 17 military inventions to his credit. This has been recognized by theorists and researchers.

In 2016, Wikileaks released thousands of emails related to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta. The emails revealed sensitive information shared with Podesta about UFOs and aliens.

In 2015, Podesta received emails from Edgar Mitchell expressing concern about space weapons and their impact on ETs. According to these rumors, the Vatican, one of the highest authorities in the world, would be aware of the existence of extraterrestrials. The astronaut wrote:

My fellow Catholic Terri Mansfield will also be there to update us on the Vatican’s knowledge of ETs. Another colleague is working on a new space treaty, citing involvement with Russia and China. However, with Russia’s extreme interference in Ukraine, I think we should look for another path to peace in space and EPP on Earth.”

From the less corroborating information available about Ludvig, there is some skepticism. However… did he really have access to the Vatican manuscripts?