07 - Alien Communities and Hyper-dynamics

The new science of negative energy and gravitics points to an extra-dimensional information capacity in the physics of everyday life.


As a Haven alien reportedly told Alec Newald in his book Coevolution, an extra dimension can be defined as,

“an oscillatory realm that is out of phase with your own (that is, in another dimension).”

Aliens report that brains can both manipulate and be sensitive to negative energy and electrogravity, so alien telepathy involves a subtle shift into extra dimensions of mind.


This is but one irony of hyperspace that allows for greatly expanded communities of awareness. There is great diversity off-world, yet it all happens within a finite universal ecology.

Aliens suggest that there are reasonable limits on everyone and every kind in the universe. The message must be important because aliens have stated it over and over again. The way it's stated illustrates different outlooks and strategies in different galactic neighborhoods. In our case, the Milky Way, presumably a fairly normal galaxy, has been described by aliens as densely inhabited.


That doesn't mean aliens are camping on the asteroids in our system due to overflow in neighboring star systems. Instead, it suggests that many planets that are suitable for life harbor advanced civilizations, some of which have spread to other planets for reasons outlined in previous pages (the death of a star or planet, overpopulation, shared planet projects involving different alien species, etc).

To put it bluntly, there are no unknown frontiers, in the old human sense of the word.


All of our galaxy has been surveyed scientifically and some of it has been left undisturbed for evolving life forms and the future needs of responsible populations. This last bit of info has been communicated by what are ostensibly Milky Way aliens and by “hyperversal” aliens (older, more advanced populations).


One such alien said that the largest single population in the Milky Way numbers roughly "38 trillion" individuals. If that seems large, wait until you read about the so-called Verdants from a competing galaxy group, plus hyper-advanced (“hyperversal”) aliens who reportedly exist in greater, yet more disperse number.

In a more universal sense, when we speak of remote mind interactions, we should remember that such phenomena pre-date humankind. Better yet, human awareness has been cultivated and deftly steered by aliens who’ve long wanted to help us, in part to prevent us from becoming a problem case.

I would be remiss if I didn't describe the general flavor, the tenor of alien remarks on the subject. When we speak of a hyper-condensed collective mind interactions, we can assume that there are highly refined cultural contexts for such interactions all over the universe. One useful metaphor is that of an opera house. For humans to dunder into hyper-community crudely would be like a drunken hermit's entrance into a large, urban opera house during a performance. To stumble in and fire a pistol into the roof would be offensive, of course.

The analogy holds true for travel and weapons in interstellar space, also. We’re lucky, in a sense.


The universe and our galactic neighborhood are now highly civilized. Most readers will be relieved to know that orderly processes and advanced minds have already prepared a social and trade context across the universe. Non-violence and ecology are the main themes, apparently. Although we are, in some ways, being prepared to prevent unwanted, unecological entries into our star system, no one "out there" wants to dangerously weaponize the context.


At present, humans are a problem case because we're trapped in a kind of nationalism, an idealization of commerce that allows rampant poverty, ecological disaster, and crimes against humanity, when, instead, we could easily make global agreements to prevent such disasters, in the first place.

To aliens, that is so obvious that it’s mathematically explicit. The nature of the problem suggests its solution. However, it requires a gentler kind of humility. Official disclosure about the alien presence will cause people to question how other worlds learned to moderate in order to survive. With some exceptions to be discussed later, aliens have learned to see beyond specious pretensions in order to make their societies more equal. Aliens who fail to do so sometimes render their planets uninhabitable.


Both the grays and Haven aliens describe such an outcome in their histories.


The death of the gray world is a lesson in population ecology because some aliens say it involved an aggressive colonizer’s intervention (LA Times journalist Phillip Krapf calls the colonizers Verdants - a bizarrely oversized population reportedly from a galaxy 14 million light years away).

Six decades after Roswell, we need to know more about our alien neighbors.


Cosmic citizenship will test old human notions because it poses an all-inclusive, higher standard. Some may point their fingers and ask which aliens, where, and how? Meanwhile, we must think through the long-term implications of human-alien interactions. Aliens have suggested that we're expected to investigate and help plan out a larger social context.


We'll be helped in the process.

From the alien perspective, humans make violent, wasteful mistakes that are avoidable. Alien observers have suggested that the only way we’ll survive is to commit to a more global citizenship of laws and basic principles. This doesn't mean nations are irrelevant, or that basic freedoms need be compromised. According to aliens, simple common sense should prevail - with some doing.

To humans who say that we should simply point our classist arrow in a different direction and do a military-industrial disclosure featuring aliens as the enemy, aliens say we need to be more honest about life in a civilized universe. There are phenomenal capacities in honesty that simply don’t exist otherwise. Honesty expands and resonates with other minds and communities, while corrupt minds tend to collapse into themselves.


They don't connect, in a larger sense, because they’re too self-absorbed and predatory.


This can be proven, in a mathematical sense, as will be demonstrated with a “topological” model of mind in a later chapter. Human poverty and bad ecology seem unfair. Would nature actually allow a self-indulgent human elite to spoil an entire planet’s future?

It certainly would.

Part of the problem is that nature is often rationalized in terms of animal impulses, when instead, we need to understand the nature of nature, the finer, extra-dimensional implications of more advanced science and survival strategies.

To argue the case for honesty in a living topological sense isn’t naïve. Epic corruption in alien-related parts of the US black budget structure was presaged in Eisenhower’s warning about the “the military-industrial complex."


As both Eisenhower and Einstein suggested, our greatest vulnerability is a multi-national corporate regime that hands anti-social lifestyles down from father to son, an arrangement that rewards those who destroy our ecology. If left unchecked, that regime will ruin irreplaceable resources then perhaps try to cut a deal with the abducting gray alignment, which could spell the end of basic human freedoms.

Generally speaking, humans who interact with aliens sometimes feel burdened by immersion in a mixed human-alien context.


They may feel put down when aliens mention subjects like,

  • genetic engineering (aliens' enlarged brains and their resistance to high energy fields)

  • higher intelligence

  • advanced technologies

  • new notions of mind in the universe,

...and more.


However, after years of such interactions I recall few direct alien attempts to demean humans in such terms. Still, the difference between human and alien societies can make both parties feel uncomfortable, at times.

In alien societies, genetic engineering is standard fare, for obvious reasons. It results in longer lives, higher intelligence and an ability to withstand high-energy fields during faster-than-light hyperspace travel. Factions of the US black budget structure know this, of course.


Greg Ventner, former head of Celera - the company that published a preliminary human genetic code, spent $13 million investigating a pink bacterium that can withstand 1300 times more radiation exposure than humans can.


Black budget profiteers may want to insert the gene into humans, much as a gene for greenish fluorescence was inserted into a monkey that glowed in the dark, afterward.

Different alien populations have reportedly done experiments to hybridize the human gene structure. Hundreds, if not thousands of humans have reported about an aggressive gray (and affiliated alien) program of the sort. A human-gray hybrid has bigger muscles and joints, a smaller head and eyes than does a gray alien. When such hybrids are bred with humans into a second or third generation, the “late-stage hybrid” can often pass for a normal human yet still has gray capabilities.


David Jacobs’ book The Threat discusses this in detail.

Other, non-colonizing aliens can be expected to have engineered human-alien hybrids, plus mixed versions of both themselves and other aliens. This is done to explore human gene expression and to create intermediate populations used to interact with humans. In some cases, hybrids deceive humans into thinking the hybrids are controlled by a third population in order to obscure political manipulations by the first alien population.


In other cases, human-alien hybrids are used to make a human think he or she is telepathically communicating with a human because hybrid telepathy can seem more rough-edged than that of a normal alien.

In a larger sense, hybrids appear to be test cases for interactions between different alien populations. In expansion strategies like that of the Verdant alignment, hybrids are reportedly used to infiltrate and gain control over a lesser population.

The story of the Verdant-gray alignment is controversial. Some humans, known as “positives,” see the Verdant-gray intervention here as a benign coming-of-age process that introduces us to alien civilization. Other observers suggest that there are negative aspects to Verdant-gray designs on this planet. For example, native Milky Way and affiliated aliens have warned about the incursion, here, of Verdants and their lesser gray conscripts from a distant galaxy. Numerous human abductees corroborate such reports, in part.


In Jim Marrs' book, Alien Agenda, a group of professionally-trained remote viewers quote aliens from a Milky Way coalition who said that the current (Verdant-gray) intervention violates larger norms by scheming to directly “use Earth… and rule it,” presumably through a breeding and infiltration program. (p. 515)

According to lengthy, corroborating reports by humans who claim to have interacted with aliens, collective constraints of different sorts exist among alien populations. In the only report of its kind, Marshall Vian Summers quotes an independent alliance of aliens who talk about the political and economic context of the 5000 star systems nearest to our planet.


Since it’s the first-ever report on the subject, excerpts are noted below.


If accurate, it may be our first political synopsis of this region of our galaxy. Aliens quoted by Summers below say their worlds were taken over by distant trading collectives, which cost them their basic freedom.


Freedom was regained by expelling the occupiers.

“The region in which you live, which encompasses, by your reckoning, a very vast area, contains approximately five thousand stars...In this region, there are some important rules of conduct. You have small empires, some of which you would call dictatorships and some of which are more democratic in nature.


You have collectives, which are quite powerful but limited in certain areas of their influence. Yet within this region, all areas that are connected by main thoroughfares of trade are ruled by codes and councils. This is to provide safety and security and to assure that violence does not erupt and grow into all-out warfare.


Disputes occur frequently and are handled either through negotiations or through legal procedures.”

Summers’ source said codes and councils in our region of the Milky Way pertain to trade routes, for the most part, yet where there is resource and other competition, the codes are enforced “quite seriously.”

“In the region in which your world exists, Collectives are not allowed to have armies or military forces. They are allowed to have security forces, however, for their own defense...Collectives, which we would like to take time to describe now, are not military powers.


They are economic powers. Their focus is on trade, resource acquisition and building their alliance among worlds such as your own.” Summers’ alien source said some collectives may include hundreds of worlds.

“There are many Collectives functioning in the region in which your world exists. Some of these Collectives are centered within this region. Some have centers elsewhere and have major satellite establishments here...Because we are talking about many (governments) within a region, many of which have their own military establishments, the Collectives must abide by certain rules of conduct or face very grave consequences.


Being without significant weaponry of their own, they must utilize negotiations, diplomacy and influence as their primary means of accomplishment.


Those who really control the Collectives... are biological entities, (but) their biological codes, their training, their upbringing and their genetic focus have given them very little individuality and individual abilities of reasoning and discernment…”

Summers’ source said,

“Collectives are inherently weak because they are not built upon what we call ‘Knowledge’... This means that their defenses can be penetrated, their secrets can be uncovered, their activities can be revealed and their deceptions can be comprehended…”

Summers’ source said that unlike an empire, a collective has no central home planet.


Collectives are strict hierarchies that humans would find “totally oppressive,” and are usually assembled “through conquest and persuasion.”


Summers’ source said no single empire or collective dominates the universe and warned that humans don’t yet understand the manipulative commerce of aggressive aliens. Summers’ source said humans are abducted and treated as “specimens” (some die in the process) then are “used” as a biological resource by the gray alignment, which illegally sells biological materials on a “‘black market’ in the Universe.”

Summers’ alien source said human discovery of nuclear technology doesn’t mean the gray alignment is here to save us. Instead, the gray alignment fears that if we continue to develop and use the technology now in human hands, their intervention will be harder to accomplish.



“for those individuals who become aware of the Intervention, the focus of the visitors then will be to demoralize and to discourage them, to make them feel weak, helpless and impotent in its face…”

(p. 17, 47-56, The Allies of Humanity, bk 2).

* Note: the discussion of trading collectives above doesn’t say that independent worlds haven’t evolved beyond extremes of rich vs. poor. In that regard, planet Earth appears to be most backward because all of the alien populations that we know of are equalitarian.

Summers’ two books on the subject are unusually direct, yet they discuss aspects of human-alien relations found in no other public report, to date. Whether or not one agrees with their conclusions, Summers’ books raise important issues that will likely be discussed on this planet for centuries.

So, which aliens do most of the abductions on this planet? As Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Phillip Krapf reports, so-called “Verdants” dominate the Gray aliens, who are the most well known abductors.


Krapf's story may be important. 


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