Within a Hyper-Advanced Alien Community
One hyper-advanced alien said -X3’s “three ellipticals” faction numbers 1.3 x 10n times the number of Verdant individuals. In other words, they could be more, or less in number.
After several years of interactions with -X3, we’ve observed that he doesn’t represent a mature, independently organized population. Instead, he seems to be a lesser dependent of the so-called “three ellipticals” faction of hyperversals.
-X3 has been seen taking instructions from, and coordinating with, “three ellipticals” hyperversals, so the 1.3x number mentioned by one hyperversal probably refers to the larger aggregation. Given such numbers, it may be safe to assume that -X3’s “three ellipticals” faction is limited to our edge of Virgo, or but a fraction of the Virgo supercluster.
Hyperversals certainly tend to the rest of Virgo, but the “three ellipticals” group has tried to make us think they have it all wired, whether that’s true, or not. The “three ellipticals” faction is unabashedly mega-population in their outlook, but there are indications they may not be up to the standards of some hyperversals.
Marginally more independent,
conspicuously counter posed hyperversals air critiques that suggest
there’s good, safe precedent for humans who choose to remain
independent of the Verdant-IFSP mega-population. We’ve heard a
larger, framed-as-Virgo critique of the Verdant-“three ellipticals”
combination. There appears to be diversity among hyperversals.
* It may only be coincidence
that the 1.3 figure matches the more loosely-stated 1.3 x 10n ratio of the “three ellipticals” compared to
Verdants. Part of the
ambiguity re their numbers has to do with the fact that they
consider new populations less dangerous if they’re absorbed by a
larger collective, hence the “three ellipticals” subculture doesn’t
want us to assume that independence is always the way to go. Part of
the ambiguity apparently owes to the exigencies of posing a critique
of the “three ellipticals” faction role in the Verdant case. There
are complex, universe-wide ecological considerations that would be
hard to discern were we to take the 1.3 to 1 ratio too literally.
It’s a prickly subject, given Verdant expansion in our vicinity.
On the other hand, hyperversals consistently state that hyperversals learned to moderate their numbers. Each hyperversal mega-population appears to be tasked with monitoring the ecology of a number of younger mega-populations. So, a given hyperversal population like the “three ellipticals” group may be less in number than are more recently evolved aliens.
However, hyperversals know that younger aliens who fail to moderate
population growth will suffer a lack of resources and good graces in
the future, when they will have to contend for habitable replacement
planets. So, from the hyperversal perspective, new aliens must be
taught to moderate, yet conflict must be avoided.
Journey through the Virgo supercluster
There are too many competitors, all of whom have to deal with major, great-scale crises involving other populations.
Common sense within
any galaxy would compel moderation. The question is whether Verdants
have become a kind of problem child, in a sense, analogous to a
badly behaved high school class in which the teacher (the “three
ellipticals” faction) can only manage the mayhem, rather than impose
tight controls. Imagine an entire universe of similar dilemmas.
Of course, hyperversals may think that if a human
doesn’t quite assimilate their replies, then he or she may not be
ready to comprehend them.
One obvious critique is that the “three ellipticals” faction’s divisive policies and coordination with Verdants are framed to thwart broad, universal scale interactions by more recently evolved aliens - a pre-emptive strategy. -X3 replies that they need to work with all populations, including some offenders, in order to steer everyone toward a sustainable ecology, hence we’ve seen some hyperversals act in liaison with Verdants, while, at the same time, other hyperversals are sharply critical of Verdants.
Again, -X3 appears to
be an engineered intermediary for the so-called “three ellipticals”
sub-group. He and others like him may have been specifically
designed to work the Verdant-gray-human interaction.
They say we will more quickly become healthy, ecological non-sexuals, if we do so. Meanwhile, there’s a catch:
Those hyperversals and their genetically
engineered intermediaries who linger at the margins of
acceptability, who are tasked with conflict-ridden security work
toward such “oneness,”
tend to bias the process by seeing through a murky filter.
Humans have witnessed just that. It helps to remember that we live on an outlying fringe of the Virgo supercluster.
More concentrated, urbane populations deep
within Virgo may be of more interest to hyperversals. As a result,
the Verdant regime may have gone too long without correction.
However, if I’m not mistaken, some hyperversals are aware that it’s
dangerous to allow Verdants to dunder in and militarize our
vicinity, to thumb their
noses at the populations of this and other galaxies.
They don’t want unqualified upstarts to jeopardize the
part, this is due to the fact that hyperversals live at great remove
in terms of custom, habit and experience. Hyperversals and their
intermediaries who do security work can be inwardly cynical about
the contorted affairs of lesser aliens. So, hyperversals come with a
lot of baggage, so to speak. Their societies are very old.
We’re now learning that vast numbers
of hyper-advanced aliens (hyperversals) manipulate and steer
recently evolved aliens toward better ecology yet sometimes make
mistakes. For example, hyperversals and their genetically-engineered
intermediaries may assume that human error is genetically based, or
that extremes of human violence and greed represent solely human
shortcomings. Meanwhile, we have evidence that IFSP operatives have
directly manipulated human events.
As a result, mistakes are made and people may suffer.
This is an important aspect of human-hyperversal interactions.
little during our lifetimes, while human society changes rapidly.
So, from our perspective, it might at times seem as though hyperversals fail to comprehend the dangers of our predicament. They
aren’t as vulnerable as we are.
This suggests that successively more advanced hyperversals exist and should, by now, be capable of non-visibly monitoring the latest generation of hyperversals in order to tend to what they do. Being less burdened by the need to herd newly evolved aliens toward a basic universal ecology, older generations of hyperversals may have preserved their vital sensitivities.
They should be able to sympathize with decent humans, although they probably live longer and risk a kind of emotional desiccation.
* One hyperversal (reportedly from a recent generation
of hyperversals) suggested that hyperversals from successively
earlier generations may be even more prone to condemn a potentially
dangerous new population of sexuals. It was a sobering moment.
Over time, I’ve witnessed some of their inter-communications and critiques of one another. The tone and character of such communications is subtle, framed in terms of a greater scale of alternate cycle gravitic resonance - fine and sometimes elusive but mostly transparent details embedded in a slightly deeper realm of hyperspace. Their science is more complex and is premised on a better, basic understanding of the universe.
It’s as though they
begin from a greater variety of understandings - across a variety of
different horizons, so to speak.
Some hyperversals offer complex yet easily understood critiques of Verdant excess and Verdant use of manipulated violence (violence that’s framed to seem indirect).
Complex statements about human
feelings and a human kind of existential predicament are offered.
Sometimes, a hyperversal will make a statement (verbal, graphic and
deep with subtle details) about a typical human’s daily work or
social predicaments, essentially showing that hyperversals have some
of the same feelings. This is done deliberately.
For example, in one case mention was made about the Markarian Chain of galaxies that curl out from the center of the Virgo supercluster.
Markarian's Chain is a stretch of galaxies that forms part of the Virgo Cluster.
It's called a "chain" because, when viewed from Earth, the galaxies lie along a smoothly curved line.
It was named after the Armenian astrophysicist, B. E. Markarian, who discovered it in the mid 1970s.
Member galaxies include M84 (NGC 4374), M86 (NGC 4406), NGC 4477, NGC 4473, NGC 4461, NGC 4458, NGC 4438 and NGC 4435.
It's located at RA 12h 27m and Dec +13° 10′.
The best human representation is just a photo, but the hyperversal representation was much deeper and was detailed in ways that I could only begin to appreciate - showing a number of different (integrated) aspects of large elliptical galaxies that involved mergers of entire galaxies, some of them ongoing.
Imagine seeing a telepathic map of the politics, dynamics and culture of Europe for example, if you had never seen such a thing.
Many of the details would be there, yet you
wouldn’t have enough background information to absorb it all. In
other words, mitigating any outward vulgarity in hyperversal
disagreements are the fantastically complex, multicultural,
historical and scientific understandings that hyperversals share,
even if they aren’t always part of the same universal bailiwick.
It’s possible that among hyperversals, law takes on a unified character, i.e. merged or finely integrated values for scientific, ecological, and crime-specific considerations.
What does that mean?
An earlier chapter describes a topological structure of mind (and language). Legal definitions based on the topology of alternate-cycle commonality can be more precise than is concretized, singular wordform, which can be propped up for deceptive misuses. When legal definitions are fractionally interlinked so that you can see them all at the same time, they’re easier to comprehend.
among hyperversals and other aliens, unified values and definitions
help to integrate entire categories of meaning in order to make
sense of the universe. This allows for a greater back and forth
conversation between more ideas so that they can agree on
intermediate values more effectively. When hyperversals communicate,
they do so with multiple implications - topologically.
For example, what rules apply when one galaxy overuses negative cycle energy and speeds the universal clock, thus depleting universal resources and shortening the duration of surrounding galaxies? Such a problem may have arisen when a hyperversal said that a “three ellipticals” hyperversal responded to a disturbance to his large elliptical galaxy, causing him to leave his (loosely construed) “retirement garden” to attend to the matter. On the other hand, it more likely meant he’d retired after the Centaurus A merger crisis but was sent in our direction.
The problem may have been Verdant overuse of
negative cycle energy and ∆t (or “alt t,” as hyperversals refer to
it). Meanwhile, we’ve seen corrupt, controlling tendencies among
“three ellipticals” hyperversals (more on this later). A counter
posed, or competing hyperversal said that from the perspective of
more refined societies, the three ellipticals/Verdant combination
can seem “like an alien hell.” At junctures, some hyperversals point
to the hack manipulations of groups like the IFSP and warn of the
circumstances, all populations in merging galaxies, and in some
surrounding galaxies, must limit their population growth because, on
a predictable epic scale, galaxies merge regularly. In Virgo, our
next-door galaxy supercluster, galaxies are merging right now, and
many more formed Virgo’s numerous large elliptical galaxies.
There is no way around
Rather than limit their population numbers to an understandable 50 trillion or so, given their security environment, Verdants went hog wild and actually grew their population many times larger than what is safe and sustainable. Just when Centaurus A aliens needed help and cooperation during the last 200 million years of their galaxy merger, Verdants defied universal norms and grew to 500 trillion aliens.
That simple, unadorned fact tells us something is
drastically, structurally wrong in Verdant society. Their population
numbers leap out, on first inspection, and suggest that nearly all
aliens in surrounding galaxies would be wary of a Verdant incursion.
Other populations are expected to respect the universal equivalency
between populations in order to preserve resources and provide a
check on population problem cases, yet Verdants ignored the
universal equivalency. For us, that is a warning signal.
Verdants gave Krapf the cold shoulder after he asked questions and published details that Verdants might consider embarrassing, i.e. he wrote that a Verdant lied about Verdant use of advanced energy weapons. Such developments underscore the need be wary of an aggressive, self-described alien “colonizer.”
Meanwhile, the Verdants’ more distant
Centaurus A galaxy group is moving away from us at 457 kilometers
per second. So, our community is here, around us, not way over there
in Centaurus A. It’s most ironic that Verdants and old Centaurus A
aliens are here, trying to mob up our situation and convince us that
we need to conform with their wants and needs. Compared to aliens in
our galaxy group, Verdants took far too much, and that’s their
recurring problem (not ours).
For example, within 10-20 light years distance, we may find a small
planet with physiologically smaller, gentler native aliens who
developed a shared social identity early. Within 30 light years we
can expect to find a variety of sharing, peaceful societies.
After years of communicating and interacting with aliens, I've noticed that some older aliens (like the pre-noted colonizers) tend to forget basic lessons of their earlier education. They tend to discard the cautions and reservations taught them during (their equivalent of) university years and rely, instead, on their personal insights.
One hyperversal hinted that some hyperversals live “11
million years,” believe it or not, which is 550 times longer than
Verdants and 139,240 times longer humans. Krapf was told that
Verdants live for 20,000 years, which is 224 times longer than a
not be aware that they've changed.
younger Verdants who might otherwise object to abductions and
conflict-propagation refrain from expressing themselves for fear of
career consequences. As happened to the gray planet, the results can
suggest that had grays not been so desperate, grays might not have
decided to become non-sexual.
After losing their home planet prematurely, survivors pose no challenge to the IFSP, unless they tell their story elsewhere.
Hyperversals may look at such cases from a variety of perspectives, but, if their own inner animal is allowed to reign over higher faculties, such planet trashing can be seen as seeding the universe with showcase non-sexuals. The death of a planet like Earth could simply be dismissed as a lower order debacle with primitive, museum-like qualities, while hyperversals live on in technological splendor.
Apparently there is, but among non-sexual populations the distinction isn’t as graphic as it is for humans. I’ve listened to some hyperversals who seem to know the feelings and impulses of sexuals from a subjective perspective.
So, it’s reasonable to assume that some hyperversals either prefer to be sexual or choose a mixed sexual/non-sexual strategy in order to retain genetic diversity and hardiness. Hyper-advanced science can go in a variety of directions. It can verge on seemingly unfathomable new categories then assume a different kind of character.
For a more earthly analogy, consider the following. When humans become honest enough to observe and respect the intricate logic that already exists in Earth’s resonant ecology, then human science will graduate into a new category. Hyperversals both see and feel into a greater spectrum of resonance with nature in the universe.
There may already be a more advanced order of being that
they, too, must observe and respect in order to better themselves.
Some hyperversals have nurtured and helped us develop a larger understanding that we can never sufficiently express gratitude for, although we can begin by humbly spreading universal standards. As a result of some hyperversals’ efforts in tandem with those of other neighboring aliens, we now have a preliminary critique of Verdants.
we’ll probably refine our critique to acknowledge that even though
we may not agree to be part of the IFSP, some of its efforts will,
in the end, have helped us to evolve.
Meanwhile, hyperversals possibly
exchange information on a universal scale. In comparison, Verdants
are small-scale, strange as that may sound to some. At intervals, we
hear limited mention about events deep within Virgo and interactions
It was probably reference to the fact that
–X3 is a prototypical dependent of the “three ellipticals”
sub-group, which appears to be tasked with monitoring and
interacting with Verdants and the IFSP.
In other words, humans are seen through
the filter of political ironies involving other aliens in, or
affecting, our galaxy group. We may also be mistaken for having the
same tendencies as did our less-educated, war-like predecessors,
some of whom may have been marginally manipulated (at some remove)
through alien intervention.
Even now, our
government tries to deny that intelligent life exists on other
It has to do with the fact that the entire universe is the only definitive “singular” quantity. It can’t be observed as a whole, but can only be modeled as a relatively faint and subtle near-whole. When a given regime or group of manipulators peers out at all the rest they sometimes make the mistake of assuming that they definitively encompass the entire universe. When other competing structures do the same, we see a fairly simple, but dangerous irony: the one group’s structured observation (modeled as nearly-singular) is distorted and amplified by the second group’s structured observation(s).
In other words,
it’s the mathematical equivalent of STRUCTURE x STRUCTURE, which is
error prone. Rather than divide their observations into the larger
commonality, they multiply their error, instead. So we see too many
whole-numbered misconceptions, not enough humility and forbearance.
The best a newly evolved population can do is simply
recognize that it’s dangerous to immerse in the contorted maelstrom
of alien offenders. It’s safer to observe them from a distance and
work to organize larger, better relationships.
Instead, we need to remember that part of the human elite is corrupt and ready to waste the lives of billions, to squander the planet’s ecology in exchange for a parrot’s perch on some puny IFSP starship.
strategy is to say “we” can cut a deal with the IFSP, that, in fact,
they already have! A tiny human elite will say certain technologies
can be “ours” if we just play along, even though the deal is bought
with the blood of innocents and funded through narcotics trafficking
by government shadow agencies.
We don’t neeed to withdraw from all alien interactions, but we need to raise public awareness of aliens before we become a kind of IFSP slave-market. When the majority says no, we won’t let an offending minority destroy our planet - we won’t play along with the IFSP’s destructive “Earth Changes” strategy of manipulated conflicts and earthquakes, the old regime will grind to a halt.
Some IFSP operatives will try to escape, but for now, they
want to squelch all news of their crimes and silence public figures
who can expose them at any moment. To survive, we must take risks
and reach a wider audience. This isn’t a time to hide from reality
and merely pamper one’s own, small family.
Their diversions tend to be abrupt and coarse, and involve offenders
who seem to be bundled into Verdant-manipulated terracides and more.
To some readers this may seem a cold slap in the face, but it’s a
fact of life. The politics of the 21st century feature a variety of
alien populations. They’re already here, so it’s better to
investigate them than be deceived.
Perhaps it’s best to say what’s about to be said in terms of a two (or more) sided analogy:
The physics of the universe allow for shared thought, although the worst among us try to deny the fact.
Mass destruction is a dead end that mass offenders
pretend not to notice. Meanwhile, a better way is ever regenerated
yet takes commitment and effort.
If their (presumed) trade with Verdants is too comfy, we may suffer, as a result.
Some hyperversals reply that our brush with the IFSP
will force us to expand our awareness before we dunder off and
attempt to portray neighboring aliens as potential enemies. After
our brush with Verdants, our closest neighbors will seem mild in
comparison and we’ll be better informed about aliens.
The first alien interlopers who arrive here will try to obscure their own history and the presence of a larger, more considerate diversity. A good person sees past them, but a killer-regime acolyte will be tempted to jump in with the worst, as seems to be the Verdant strategy.
The sewer squad will take care of them, ironically.
As is usually the
case, truth probably lies in both scenarios.
Although we catch them doing run-on, crappy routines ad nauseum while also criticizing Verdants at intervals, they don’t want us to dwell on embarrassing details. In all fairness, by tending to what populations like Verdants do, hyperversals can tease out the details so potential victim populations can see it all more clearly. This, in turn, lets Verdants know they’re being monitored. In the past, some Verdants have let slip that they see the hyperversal community constraint as suffocating, at times.
Again, –X3 appears to be a
prototype used to both showcase what a gray-human-hyperversal hybrid
is like, and to rationalize harm done to aliens like grays during
That could be a fateful irony of the fact that propaganda has
triumphed over critique, plus the fact that those hyperversals had a
history of exploitation. It’s as though the original, specious
impulse that caused both the “three ellipticals” faction and
Verdants to take too much has never been entirely corrected.
However, hyperversals do think and listen - they have to see further
“Three ellipticals” figures suggest that a pre-emptive approach is in our best interest because it prevents us from making wrong-headed mistakes with native neighbors before we adjust to alien norms.
Meanwhile, a counter-posed hyperversal critique is both known by,
and appears to include, at least some of the same hyperversals.
Smoothly textured, mixed human-alien community mindform already
resonates with our neighbors, and hyperversals don’t try to avert
that. In other words, they see that we can make independent contact
with near neighbors.
At times, the two “three ellipticals” aliens I’ve observed
and have debated with for years, now, listen to inputs of what
appear to be senior overseers. However, in their security services
there’s no officer-enlisted distinction. In any case, if
hyper-advanced aliens on duty here do wrong, a mixed human-alien
community (via extension of mind into hyperspace) can easily see
beyond them. Easily.
course we’ve only recently begun to know hyper-advanced aliens. The
two, counter posed factions of hyperversals that we see (pro-Verdant
and critical of Verdants) may simply reflect a democratic diversity
of ideas and considerations among hyperversals who must tightly
converge complex, if not fateful evolutionary alternatives for us,
at this time. Advanced aliens must work to evolve us so that we pose
no threat to a non-violent ecology.
Because millions have died as a result of IFSP
operatives’ schemes (see the history of those noted above), the
tendency of IFSP strategists is to act as though the death of human
innocents makes IFSP manipulators of such deaths holy, in some
strange way. We see this kind of crap in human politics, also.
And out in further reaches of space,
orbiting in a neat little circle around the central orb-space were
small orb-spaces bobbing along, one after the other, like little
boats in a bathtub (as if to signify more recently evolved groups of
aliens). As is typical of hyperversals, the comment can be construed
in various ways.
Ironically, as is noted in a later chapter, there’s evidence that “three ellipticals” hyperversals directly contributed to the Verdants’ genetic development.
Verdants may, in part, have smoothed
the way for own their expansion by doing three things: offering
biological and other materials in trade with one or a few local
group(s) of hyperversals, agreeing to configure their energy
networks in a way that’s compatible with hyperversals, and promising
to change some sexual populations to non-sexuals.
Given that Verdants have the most opportunistic, hence easily manipulated (large) regime on this fringe of Virgo, “three ellipticals” hyperversals likely trade with them on some scale.
This poses the ghastly possibility of the IFSP’s drone-like use of lesser aliens to do IFSP dirty work like mining and materials processing, which could then, in some part, be skimmed off by “three ellipticals” hyperversals. Both the hyperversals in question and Verdants rely on heavy industry (for flight craft, technology, installations, fabricated materials, and energy networks), and massive interstellar industrial production requires huge quantities of resources. That kind of need tends to eclipse humanitarian concerns.
So, the question is whether manipulated
violence and planet kills are regarded as merely secondary aspects
of their prime concern: maintenance of their lifestyle.
One hyperversal suggested that after observing
hyperversal offenders, we’ll be able to see how hyperversals can say
that the death of some planets (and species) can come back to haunt
a manipulator. Ultimately, various aliens’ crude impulses may bundle
into one another - both as an irony of the universal ecology, and to
make management of such offenders easier. More advanced aliens act
in a way that isn’t merely right for their time, but is best for all
Some equalitarian societies live in relative luxury, although on fairly equal terms - unlike humankind’s rich vs. poor scheme at present. Hyperversals live in relatively easy, unmolested techno-splendor. They travel the universe. They get universal news, and they live for millions of years, according to at least one hyperversal’s report.
As a result, some hyperversals can be subtly condescending, as if to
suggest that the hell of IFSP destruction and criminality that we’re
going through is intended to dissuade us of our sexuality - for
ecological reasons. *In other words, too bad that our government has
been hijacked, but if left as we are, humans could become a threat.
there’s a precisely defined, if not mathematical order of being in
all that happens, nearly Tao-like consequences, albeit more active
in character than is the traditional Taoist outlook. It’s
inconceivable that hyperversal societies don’t have carefully
evolved legal structures, although some may assert that humans
haven’t signed legitimate treaties with off-world governments.
One Verdant tried to convince Phillip Krapf that Verdants are the only superpower, when, instead, they aren’t even remotely like such an entity.
* The greater order of
being isn’t about power and control but interaction on more evolved,
mutual terms, irrespective of technological prowess.
They can sit and watch humans die by the millions, in part due to IFSP manipulations. Meanwhile, hyperversals openly explain what’s going on, even though we can’t adequately compete with IFSP goons when our public remains uninformed, our government hijacked by cabal elements who, whether they know it or not, work to divide and corrupt humankind to the IFSP’s advantage.
Watching from a distance,
an old and detached yet supposedly healthy hyperversal can observe,
adding his or her own, expansive sense of drama to it all - while
our planet gets trashed by a criminal regime that cuts secret deals
with the IFSP.
Meanwhile, if government whistleblowers are correct, a corrupt human cabal has been introduced to the genetic tools needed to do so but they work in secret to secure themselves, rather than help humankind. Were human science to develop an enzyme that extends human life (like the enzyme that Buck Institute and other scientists have developed), big corporations would say, no, they couldn’t market such a thing because it would force them to pay pensions for years beyond what they’ve planned.
So, as ghastly as it may sound,
progress of the sort is unlikely under the current regime. It denies
that aliens exist yet does secret deals with them. It uses men like
David Rockefeller’s brother, Laurance, to trivialize public concern
by making minor, token reference to “unidentified flying objects” or
ufo’s, when they know that many alien craft have been fully
identified for years.
Hyperversals need to hear critiques.
Hyperversal aliens exist and are fallible. We can’t treat them as
though they don’t have coldly detached, age-related limitations.
There are offenders in some of their security and policy sections
who have technology for which they, alone, could never be
The question is whether Verdants see the dangers in doing so. Verdants may think they can get ahead by being the most coldly calculating aliens in our inter-galactic neighborhood, but there’s one most important catch: the Verdant home galaxy will probably be Dt (or alt. t) depleted and dangerous long before other, surrounding galaxies (M83 has an unusually high number of supernovas).
Then, Verdants will either have to drastically reduce population or go begging and try to get control of extra-galactic terrain through abductions and mobbed up technology schemes like their intervention here. Whether Verdants admit it or not, there are major obstacles to doing so. Hyperversals have repeatedly stated that all suitable galaxies are deeply inhabited.
know - they’re partly responsible for ensuring that all galaxies
moderate and reduce population in order to preserve the universal
Meanwhile, Verdants told Krapf they were intellectually marginalized by a change back to sexuality. They change mates every few decades or so - out of boredom.
They use epic amounts of energy and take more for themselves than any other (known) population along this small fringe of Virgo. They take 9.1 planets for themselves for every home planet occupied by lesser conscript aliens.
Phillip Krapf’s numbers, they spawn another 18.49 billion Verdants for every 5.5
billion aliens on a conscript planet.
The seeming hybrid coldly and distantly said sexuals can be so dangerous that the deaths of some potentially-dangerous sexuals’ planets are unavoidable.
He repeated such remarks as though oblivious to the
fact that humans are endangered by the IFSP’s aggressive
manipulations. It was as though we were allowed no time to educate
our people before the IFSP does too much damage. The hybrid appears
to work for an old hard-liner whose job it is to be blunt about such
scenarios. The old hard-liner has made a variety of remarks, some
encouraging, and others coldly distant and Orwellian.
If the visible universe were but our one, single planet, we would live in a tiny hamlet (Earth) hiding in the shadow of a potential volcano (our future merged elliptical galaxy) adjoining a tiny, remote island (the Milky Way) that’s part of a group of islands (the local galaxy groups) situated somewhere near a valley of cities (the Virgo supercluster).
Some hyperversals who attend to
our situation may be like a floating consulate on a large craft far
out in the ocean. They try to perform their responsibilities
according to a certain plan. In this analogy, Verdants would be a
single tribe living in a number of villages on a few tiny islands
far from larger population centers (population centers like the
supercluster of galaxies).
They have other
crises to attend to. In terms of the analogy above, the death of
the gray's planet
would like Nauru, a small, forested South Pacific island
that was mined and depleted by foreign companies that left the
island a treeless, desert wasteland. Meanwhile, the gray planet
isn’t merely ruined; it’s completely, irrevocably dead and grays
have been removed to work on what, by way of analogy,
is yet another island in a tacky little casino that fancies itself
Meanwhile, if so meager yet quick a learner as myself (and those in communication with me) can see through such a scheme at this early date, thanks to persistent coaching from native aliens and hyperversals put off by Verdants, then the Verdant scheme to buddy up to hyperversals may be in trouble.
Ironically, Verdant expansion
probably causes competing, non-IFSP aliens to interact more tightly
together. Rather than avert alien interactions outside of the
Verdant network, Verdant excess will cause a larger counter
convention to cohere.
Nonetheless, Verdants seem to have found a way to manipulate hyper-advanced
Verdants over bred to grotesque extreme when hyperversals were busy with the Centaurus A merger crisis. Some Verdants think of entire star systems as energy and minerals reservoirs waiting to be exploited.
* They don’t ask for permission to do so, but they can be
The difference between non-sexuals and sexuals is one of the defining themes of life in this universe.
Some hyperversals have moderated
their numbers, certainly their primitive impulses. They live within
community/ communities of mind, a much more advanced social premise.
Meanwhile, Verdants aren’t yet a community of mind; they don’t treat
others as equals.
may feel a compulsion to foul humans in order to be able to later
say that we, humans, were violent and cruel so we can’t turn around
and claim that Verdants are cruel for having manipulated numerous
terracides. This is a very real issue of our time. Verdants may want
us either keep quiet or say that “(name of a ruined planet) died for
YOUR sins, too,” so to speak.
Of course they monitor such doings, in part appalled, although some orchestrate offenders like the Verdants.
Verdants have learned to maneuver people(s) like us into atrocious spectacles, orgies of violence and religious warfare, extremes of (partly Verdant-sponsored) greed and pretension to #1 military status, which leads to IFSP control of resources. Like bizarrely spoiled children, the most corrupt Verdant manipulators have learned that the more ghastly and atrocious the planet-killing spectacle, the more aghast and in thrall are some hyperversals - who may try to help the struggling peoples.
Some hyperversals may respond with epic
gestures and help provide greater universal context, noting
possibilities that seem obvious to hyperversals yet aren't
attainable by humans, at present. Nonetheless, it makes hyperversals
feel good to offer some guidance - which Verdants probably see as
superfluous. The IFSP sometimes moves in for the kill and plays
hyperversals for sheer, specious gain.
Hyperversals certainly monitor and
influence the extent to which hyperversals and other known aliens
use gravitic energies, either shortening some galaxies’ energy
duration or possibly changing the rate and orientation of galaxy
mergers. The question is to what extent that motivates their
steering of aliens like Verdants.
I’ve witnessed such argument at various junctures. Verdants occasionally boast that they physically dominate at least one large galaxy (containing more than 100 billion stars). Because they’ve attended to a variety of alien populations, Verdants say that as a mega-population they’re like the ancient ancestors of many hyperversals.
In short, Verdants argue that their
understandings more closely approximate those of hyperversals than
do the smaller, isolated perspectives of lesser populations, so
hyperversals should see the logic in the IFSP’s design.
And then, over a period of a week, advanced (non-IFSP) aliens stated that Verdants used their gravitic technology directly to cause the earthquake and tsunami, apparently in order to aggravate human economic tensions and fears as part of the IFSP’s so-called Earth Changes destabilization strategy (a sudden, sharply accelerated cascade of disasters).
Hyper-advanced aliens reported that there had been a Verdant onboard vote, presumably by ranking Verdants, which was 3-2 in favor of causing the earthquake directly.
Prior to the disaster, Verdants had acted as though they would never do such a thing (a direct weapons use of gravitic technology against innocent people). After being identified for having directly caused the disaster using Verdant technology, Verdant rationale began to dribble out - comments about how it was intended to help sabotage human elites.
Our probing quickly and easily located the five ranking IFSP aliens who voted on the action, in particular what appears to be a bossy, top-ranking Verdant male that other IFSP aliens clearly fear (apparently because of his role in previous destruction).
He appears to have been a deciding vote
and was verbally cited for mass crimes, a pre-planned use of gravitic technology that killed thousands of innocents and children.
Remember, he’s a roughly 5’ 7” alien with slit-like eyes, not a
human. Given his rank, caution and minimal disturbance is advised.
There are advanced alien indications that he brashly favors
colonizer elements on a
Verdant base planet noted on page 175, and
an advanced alien said he enjoys privileged access to Verdant
females at onboard “mixers.”
If such is the case, then Verdants aren’t entirely favored
by hyperversals. Instead, Verdant corruption is expected to spur
others to do better. Hyperversals have a way of rounding out
problems of the sort by placing them in larger perspective, which is
to be expected, although it can fall short of universality by
mistaking the event horizons of a single galaxy and certain
hyperversals’ technology for the sum total of the universe - I’ve
seen this; it is most immodest.
* Some hyperversals would say that with time and patience, advanced consciousness should prevail anywhere, at any time. In other words, all quantities derive from the whole, which is deeply inter-dimensioned with a finer, gentler kind of genius.