Exploring the Unseen: The Secret Apostolic Archives of the Vatican City
- The Vatican City is home to the Secret Apostolic Archives, which includes the rarely seen Chronovisor
- Father Pellegrino Ernetti and a team of twelve scientists invented the Chronovisor, a device which could detect residual electromagnetic radiation and translate it into images and sound from any place and time in history
- Enrico Fermi and Werner von Braun were part of the team that created it
- Pope Pius XII ordered the machine dismantled out of fear that it could be used as a powerful weapon
- Father Ernetti spoke about it for the first time in over 10 years.
Mysterious Chronovisor: Unanswered Questions Surround Fathers Beliefs and Lasting Legacies
- Father Pellegrino Ernetti and Father Francois Brune believed the Chronovisor existed
- They both said it was a real machine that could photograph the past
- Photos associated with Chronovisor have been debunked as fakes
- Ernetti’s transcription of the Estes is considered clumsy and likely not authentic
- A letter emerged claiming Ernetti confessed on his deathbed to making up the story, but Bruin defended him and claimed he was coerced by Church to make such a confession
- Both men remained steadfast believers in Chronovisor until their deaths.
Risky Technology: Fears of the Chronovisor Acquisition by Large Institutions
- In 1988, the Catholic Church issued a decree that if anyone was caught using the Chronovisor, a machine that could travel back in time, they would be excommunicated
- Despite saying the machine wasn’t real, many people believe it is
- If such technology exists and is kept secret, it could be used to influence world events and ultimately have immense power in the wrong hands
- While AJ is unsure of the Chronovisor’s authenticity, they do not want any institution to possess such a powerful tool.