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Ron Patton | March 18, 2022

Carl Sagan once said, “The cosmos is within us. We are made of star-stuff. We are a way for the universe to know itself.” This may very well be the reason why we ascertain that God is in the heavens because this is where we were made in his image and through some supernova event, we were seeded on this planet — like the gods who fell to earth. Perhaps the aliens that we are looking for are right here on Earth. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with Dr. Sky about THE GOD THAT FELL TO EARTH.





While I was busy reporting about the Ides of March and how the war planners are calling for the assassination of the modern-day Caesar of our time, I neglected to tell you that March 15th, was World Contact Day.

World Contact Day was first declared in March 1953 by an organization called the International Flying Saucer Bureau as a day on which all IFSB members would attempt to send a telepathic message into space.

The IFSB voted to hold such a day in 1953, theorizing that if both telepathy and alien life were real, a large number of people focusing on an identical piece of text may be able to transmit the message through space.

The message was:

Calling occupants of interplanetary craft! Calling occupants of interplanetary craft that have been observing our planet EARTH. We of IFSB wish to make contact with you. We are your friends, and would like you to make an appearance here on EARTH. Your presence before us will be welcomed with the utmost friendship. We will do all in our power to promote mutual understanding between your people and the people of EARTH. Please come in peace and help us in our EARTHLY problems. Give us some sign that you have received our message. Be responsible for creating a miracle here on our planet to wake up the ignorant ones to reality. Let us hear from you. We are your friends.

The message was the inspiration for a song, Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft – a song that was first performed by the band Klatuu and later covered by the Carpenters.

After 2013, World Contact Day was extended to World Contact Week.

It is somewhat synchronistic that during the moment of World Contact, the James Webb Telescope sent to earth an image so breathtaking — it can be described as a religious experience as it showed us a brilliant light surrounded by what can only be describes as several galaxies.

This is a glimpse into the times of our creation.

The basic scientific theories of evolution, big bang and general relativity have given us basic concepts to lunch our biggest theories and discoveries. This gives us an underlying quantitative framework, enabling us to predict what will happen under a variety of situations, and to then go out and test those predictions empirically.

So far, these theories have demonstrated themselves to be eminently valid.

Where their predictions can be described by mathematical expressions, we can tell not only what should happen, but by how much. For these theories in particular, among many others, measurements and observations that have been performed to test these theories have been supremely successful.

However, we live in times where reality that is based on science is tested.

There have been many people that have argued about science, as we know it, is just an organized system of ignorance and disinformation when it comes to the confirmation of the existence of a world that is beyond ours.

They have dangled in front of us cosmic carrots that make us think we are edging closer to finding out the ultimate truth.

I doubt there is some ultimate truth and if is ever found, it will be by accident. However, accidents are the very thing that can wipe out our very existence.

You never know when your approximations, rules, or logical steps will suddenly cease to describe the Universe. You never know when your assumptions will suddenly become invalid.

If the laws of nature change over time, or behave differently under different conditions, or in different directions or locations, or aren’t applicable to the system you’re dealing with, your predictions will be wrong. And that’s why everything we do in science, no matter how well it gets tested, is always preliminary.

But the technocrats don’t like it when you talk that way — they want to tell you that all things scientific are settled and that nothing changes.

If science is settled, then why bother pushing the envelope? Why bother going on adventures to learn about new things — why should we go to space, when we can wait for space to come to us?

Things happen every day that thrust us into various scientific quandary.

What if I were to say to you that the next few years will confirm for us whether we’ll be able to continue to increase our understanding of our origins whatever they may be.

For the first time in the history of science, we could be facing questions that we cannot answer, we may be facing things that we don’t want to admit and we may meet beings or creatures that we may be surprised to find have core connection in a vast cosmic family tree.

The James Webb Space Telescope launched in December, arrived at its station nearly 1 million miles away from Earth in January.  It just sent back a new image of a world that is breathtaking.

The new image centers on a star called 2MASS J17554042+6551277, according to the statement. That represents a new target for the observatory: Previous steps of the commissioning process centered on HD 84406, a star in the constellation Ursa Major that is located about 241 light-years from Earth.

Also visible in the background are other stars and galaxies that the agency did not identify.

The mystery is what did the scientists see? The image made me think of what heaven would look like from a distance– a huge bright light with other brilliant lights surrounding it.

After all the observatory’s science agenda includes tackling topics like understanding the earliest days of the universe, assessing the habitability of exoplanets and identifying the impact that mysterious dark matter has on the cosmos.

The concept still blows my mind because we are now able to gaze into the beginnings of the creation of the universe. peek into Gods workshop and perhaps see civilizations that are in their infancy or even the moment where God began to be.

The proposition may sound blasphemous or even be cosmic heresy but in our quest for finding biosignature and technosignatures of other civilization we may see some of the most interesting things that God has created in the beginning.

Looking at the latest image from the telescope makes me think of the biblical passage where God said let there be light.

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How will humans discover the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations?

Unless aliens decide to visit Earth, the most likely answer is by scanning the skies for “technosignatures,” which are observational evidence of technological or industrial activity in the Universe.

In a recent paper published in the journal Acta Astronautica, a team of NASA-funded researchers outlined some of the most promising ways scientists and space agencies could search for technosignatures. The paper included a somewhat surprising proposition: Humanity’s “first contact” with aliens is likely to be with a much more advanced civilization.

In other words, there could be many alien civilizations throughout the Universe, or even in our galaxy, but if they’re similar to us in terms of technological advancement, we probably can’t spot them yet. The same goes for those human-like civilizations spotting us.

That’s because the “cosmic footprints” of our civilization and theirs would be relatively small, compared to highly advanced alien civilizations. The researchers call this concept “contact inequality.”

“It seems unlikely that civilizations with a relatively low level of technological development would enter into contact with each other, since that would require either very high sensitivities or highly visible engineering,” reads the paper. “Less advanced civilizations lack the sensitivity needed to detect other civilizations unless they have built very large or luminous structures.”

So, unless near-future technology like the James Webb Space Telescope enables scientists to find biomarkers on other planets, we’re far more likely to discover more sophisticated civilizations.

That is, if those civilizations have advanced without destroying themselves.

When thinking about the best ways to search for alien life, it helps to reverse the perspective: How would aliens know humans exist? With this question in mind, researchers who deal with technosignatures consider all of the signals humans are sending into space.

Some of our technosignatures are transmitted intentionally, like the Arecibo message humans sent toward the globular star cluster M13 in 1974. Others are unintentional, like night-time illumination and pollution-driven atmospheric changes.

To put the concept of technosignatures into perspective, researchers have developed a framework called ichnoscale. Ichnoscale ranks the size of a technosignature relative to what human technology is currently capable of producing.

Together, these measurements help scientists estimate the most likely ways to discover evidence of alien civilizations. Of course, there’s no guarantee that any one strategy will work.

Man has always wanted to find out how things work. Our curiosity and the questions are what fuel our enthusiasm to explore. From the simplest questions like, how do we build a fire, is the world going to end or is it as limitless as the universe. What is out in that universe? Will I find my creator there? Is God an omnipotent, unfathomable being or can I find him by detecting one of the smallest particles in the Universe?

We’ve answered many of these questions, but many are still open. We’ve come very, very far. But everything we know about our world including the Earth, our solar system, our galaxy, the universe, what they are made of and the rules they play by amount to only five percent of the whole story.

A total of 95 percent of the universe is still unknown. We think it is probably a mixture of what we call dark matter and a hypothesized dark energy.

The universe is still a matter of unfinished business.

However, the more we push and the more we explore, will we find out that perhaps there is a limit to what we can do?

Piece by piece we find evidence of intelligent design coming form vast distances from space, like God falling to earth.

But we are only seeing a small bit of light, like peering through a keyhole– much like Alice falling through the Rabbit Hole and to illustrate it even deeper, we have to confirm that our universe is just one in a vast multiverse of billions of other universes.

How do technologically adept civilizations evolve over timescales measuring in the tens of thousands or even millions of years? We are seeing here on earth how we are struggling to survive and how we run the risk of annihilating ourselves with Nuclear bombs.

In his first inaugural address Richard Nixon described the struggles we face.

Nixon said:

“Standing in this same place a third of a century ago, Franklin Delano Roosevelt addressed a Nation ravaged by depression and gripped in fear. He could say in surveying the Nation’s troubles. They concern, thank God, only material things.”

Our crisis today is the reverse.

We have found ourselves rich in goods, but ragged in spirit; reaching with magnificent precision for the moon, but falling into raucous discord on earth.

We are caught in war, wanting peace. We are torn by division, wanting unity. We see around us empty lives, wanting fulfillment. We see tasks that need doing, waiting for hands to do them.

To a crisis of the spirit, we need an answer of the spirit. To find that answer, we need only look within ourselves. When we listen to “the better angels of our nature,” we find that they celebrate the simple things, the basic things — such as goodness, decency, love, kindness.

Greatness comes in simple trappings.

In Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, Cassius speaks to Brutus and says:

“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars — But in ourselves, that we are underlings.”

In a literal sense, the phrase means that it is not fate, but weakness of the character that forces a person to act against his will. Figuratively, it puts fate and one’s character or position side by side, stressing the second as a dominant force. However, it dismisses the presence of some divine elements often deemed active in controlling human existence. For some critics, nevertheless, it is present in the word “underlings,” which means there is something above in the heavens that plays a role in shaping the circumstances, though it might not be in the stars, but is preordained fate.

But it is not just the secrets of heaven that mankind seeks — it is the multiverse and the metaverse that man wants to pursue that might tempt fate in an even greater way.

We know now that perhaps the Department of Energy has already found ways to somehow maneuver through the multiverse. We are told that physicists have already discovered new particles that uphold radical theories like string theory, which predicts the existence of a multiverse. These particles if they exist are being produced at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

It is rumored that the experiments there have opened doorways to several levels of hell, but wouldn’t it be surprising if they also have opened the gates for several levels of heaven?

Is it a wise move to push ourselves into these realms overlapping the other universes?

What do we exchange when we do so? Do we make ourselves a target for some sort of infiltration or incursion?

Is peeking into the beginnings of creation a fate accompli –and are we willing to accept the truth no matter how uncomfortable and inconvenient it may be?

In the year 593 BC, ancient history documents the early days of the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem. A man named Ezekiel witnessed a marvel in heaven – a wheel within a wheel spinning towards him. After speaking with the strange looking occupants of this flying wheel, he was given instructions on how to use the heavenly event for leverage against idol worshipers.

Then comes the incarnation of Christ: the union of an extra-terrestrial God’s divinity with our humanity. Human beings were thereby placed at the center of the cosmic drama, which made no room for questions about the redemption of other intelligent beings.

The Gnostics believed humans are divine sparks trapped in the human body. They claimed they possessed the secret of the Divine Spark or particle and how to “perfect” their bodies into light. The Great Perfection, as it is called in Tibet, is the process whereby all the nerves of the body are transmuted into a vortex of energy and the Divine Spark is “beamed” to another locale in space-time.

The Gnostics had an interesting take on the soul. They postured that the soul was composed of an immaterial and imperishable crystal or particle substance.

They claimed that it came from the highest realm of heaven amongst the fiery stones and was entangled in the human body. The entanglement of humans and the particle substance was also connected to the Earth.

Carl Sagan once said “We are made of Star Stuff” . His statement sums up the fact that the carbon, nitrogen and oxygen atoms in our bodies, as well as atoms of all other heavy elements, were created in previous generations of stars over 4.5 billion years ago.

He said all life on Earth and the atoms in our bodies were created in the furnace of now-long-dead stars.

This may very well be the reason why we ascertain that God is in the heavens, because this is where we were made . This is where we were made in his image and that through some super nova event we were seeded on this planet — like the Gods who fell to earth.

The material from a supernova eventually disperses throughout interstellar space. The oldest stars almost exclusively consisted of hydrogen and helium, with oxygen and the rest of the heavy elements in the universe later coming from supernova explosions, according to “Cosmic Collisions: The Hubble Atlas of Merging Galaxies.”

Perhaps the aliens that we are looking for are right here on Earth.

Jesus said in the Apocrypha of Judas ‘Come that I may teach you about secrets no person has ever seen. For there exists a great and boundless realm, whose extend no generation of angels has seen, in which there is a great and invisible spirit, which no eye of an angel has ever seen, no thought of the heart has ever comprehended, and, it was never called by any name.’

We have reported before that researchers from the University of Edinburgh’s School of Physics and Astronomy say that the aliens have already arrived –and that we are made up of various particles and germs that have come from space. They have based their dramatic findings on a new study of fast-moving extraterrestrial dust that constantly rains down on our atmosphere.

These particles serve as tiny ‘spaceships’ for microorganisms from alien worlds that traverse the vastness of interstellar space for eons before reaching Earth. This dusty downpour could also collide with biological particles in Earth’s atmosphere with enough energy to send them careening into space, and conceivably onwards to other planets in other solar systems.

Astrobiologists earlier found evidence of microorganisms reaching the planet in air samples taken at extreme altitudes, and from the discovery in 1984 of fossilized worms in a meteorite from Mars. Exciting data from the 1976 Viking space probes, which actually confirmed the presence of Martian microorganisms but were overlooked for 25 years by careless scientists, back these findings. In 2006, researchers from Columbia University discovered traces of amino acids, the building blocks of life, on meteorites that landed in Australia and the US less than a hundred years ago.

Some scientists argue that these extraterrestrial amino acids mixed with moisture in Earth’s ancient atmosphere to produce an acidic “soup” that then nourished the planet’s first organisms. This ties in with the panspermia theory, which says that outer space seeded Earth with comet-borne primitive life forms over four billion years ago.

We still don’t know how, or where, life began. The significance of all of fascinating discoveries are now forcing us to reevaluate the foundation of the creation. It forces us to think seriously about who or what was behind the creation of mankind.

We are now confirming with compelling evidence that there is alien or extraterrestrial life out there somewhere. We are beginning to realize that perhaps their ability to travel here has really nothing to do with whether or not they travel light years, they may just be hopping through the multiverse.

If all of the discoveries hold up, we may find out that yes, these beings are among us and they share much of the same traits as we do.

Maybe we will find that we have been them all along.


“Dr. Sky®” is President/CEO of Dr. Sky Inc.; a multimedia company, with expertise in the realms of Astronomy, Space, Aviation and Weather. Dr. Sky is a locally and nationally known broadcaster, with his own branded shows. The Dr. Sky Show, cleared on the big KTAR/NEWS, 92.3 FM.

He appears with regular commentary on FOX 10 in Phoenix and AZ TV, with legendary broadcaster, Pat McMahon.

His college mentor was Dr. Clyde Tombaugh, discoverer of the then known “planet” Pluto.

Steve Kates, “Dr. Sky R®”, continues to educate and entertain the public, on the science of Astronomy, Space, Aviation and Weather, as a true; EDUTAINER!

Written by Ron Patton


This post currently has 1 comment.

  1. Jimbo

    March 22, 2022 at 7:46 pm

    Three heavens spoken of in scripture, not more. God dwells in the 3’rd Heaven so it’s written. Life on/from Mars if found, will be shown to have origin from the Earth (not visa-versa). Where does warring come from? {James 4: 1-3 }. The human soul – mind, will, emotions and imagination, is if you will, the “interface” of spirit and body (flesh). I am a spirit. I have a soul. I live in a body. Three-in-one, is the image here.

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