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UFOs and Religious Phenomenon

UFOs and Apparitions of the BVM at La Salette, France

Annotated by Christopher Montgomery

We begin our investigation with an inquiry into the mystery of the apparitions at La Salette. A rare and mysterious document was discovered during my research, the introduction of which I present here verbatum:

Only the witness herself, Melanie, can, along with Maximin, give an account of the apparition. After giving it by word of mouth an incalculable number of times, she decided to write it all down in 1878. It was published at Lecce on the 15th of November 1879 - with the "Imprimatur" of Bishop Zola - and reprinted "ne varietur" at Lyon in 1904, a few months before Melanie's death. This slim booklet is now a rarity. The text is followed exactly here. (Reference #1)

This rare document gives few details concerning the actual UFO event itself, but sufficient in weight when compared to other cases involving UFO contacts of today and ongoing contacts with the Blessed Virgin Mary.

...When I woke up I couldn't see the cows, so I called Maximin and climbed up the little mound. From there I could see our cows grazing peacefully and I was on my way down, with Maximin on his way up, when all at once I saw a beautiful light shining more brightly than the sun.

"Maximin, do you see what is over there? Oh! my God!" At the same moment, I dropped the stick I was holding. Something inconceivably fantastic passed through me in that moment, and I felt myself being drawn. I felt a great respect, full of love, and my heart beat faster.

I kept my eyes firmly fixed on this light, which was static, and as if it had opened up, I caught sight of another, much more brilliant light which was moving, and in this light I saw a most beautiful lady sitting on top of our Paradise, with her head in her hands.

This beautiful Lady stood up, she calmly crossed her arms while watching us, and said to us: "Come, my children, fear not, I am here to PROCLAIM GREAT NEWS TO YOU."

These soft and sweet words made me fly to Her, and my heart desired to attach itself to Her forever.

In order to allow for the greatest amount of scrutiny into my research, as well as attention to detail, I shall present this document (with permission) referenced below. (Reference #2)

Here are additional excerpts from the original texts. Compare this to modern day appearances of UFOs.

...And as my heart melted away, sweetly gladdened, the beautiful face of my good Lady disappeared little by little. It seemed to me that the light in motion was growing stronger, or rather condensing around the Most Holy Virgin, to prevent me from seeing her any longer.

And thus light took the place of the parts of Her body which were disappearing in front of my eyes, or rather it seemed to me that the body of my Lady was melting into light. Thus the sphere of light rose gently towards the right. I cannot say whether the volume of light decreased as She rose, or whether the growing distance made me see less and less light as She rose. What I do know, is that I was a long time with my head raised up, staring at the light, even after the light, which kept getting further away and decreasing in volume, had finally disappeared. I take my eyes from the firmament, I look around me.

Remember that the child was comparing this phenomenon to hatever was familiar to her at that period in history. The words were familiar to her then and easily discerned by anyone today. If the child were to encounter a similar globe of light today, would it not be compared to a UFO by some. Here is another excerpt:

The second light shone out a little around the Beautiful Lady and we found ourselves bathed in it. It was motionless (that is to say it wasn't scintillating) but much more brilliant than our poor sun on earth. All this light did not harm nor tire the eyes in any way.

In addition to all these lights, all this splendour, there shone forth concentrations or beams of light and single rays of light from the body of the Holy Virgin, from her clothes and from all over Her.
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To be continued...




Published by the Shepherdess of La Salette with Imprimatur by Mgr. Bishop of Lecce, links at

Reference #2: "The original texts of the Message and Secret of La Salette, approved by the Catholic Church, are published here in their entirety. In our turn, we authorize all people, journalist, editor or association to republish this faithfully in whole or in part.

"It is essential that these prophetic messages be widespread more than ever in all of the world and as quickly as possible. It is an order from the Mother of God. "Well my children, you will pass it on to all of my people." We are counting on the support and initiative of all people of good will to attain our goal. We ask Our Lady's blessings on this apostolate and its supporters."

I made a significant discovery while reading this text tonite. The apparition said, "Come, my children, FEAR NOT, I am here to PROCLAIM GREAT NEWS TO YOU." Compare what the apparition said to Melanie at LaSalette, to a passage found in the New Testament of the HOLY BIBLE. It is found in Luke 2:9-10; in this case, an "angel of the Lord," making an appearance before the shepards in a field, announcing the birth of Christ. Also, compare the description of the "glory of the Lord," with the sudden appearance of the apparition...
"And an angel of the Lord suddenly stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terribly frightened.

"And the angel said to them "Do not be afraid; for behold, I bring you good news of a great joy which shall be for all the people;"
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE; 2:9-10 can be translated in different ways, the meaning being the same. To "Fear" in the Greek, is the word Phobeos, from whence the term phobic, or phobea. It not only means fear, but could also mean that fear would not be a justified reaction; in this case it may only be a perceived threat, not real. Essentially there was nothing to fear.

Along with the reassurance of the angel not to fear, there was also the "glory of the Lord." I believe it is describing the same type of "glory" mentioned in the Old Testament of the HOLY BIBLE, an effulgent, radiant kind of light, or force which comes from God. These types of radiances and illumnations are also commonplace during Marian apparitions. It is no wonder that the Catholic Church eventually recognized the Marian apparitions as real. I believe part of that evidence is found in the UFO like activity that is so commonly associated with Biblical events, and in this case, apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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