17 - Hyper-Advanced Alien Behavior

As hyper-advanced aliens suggest, to hyper-extend the universe may be less drastic than human cosmologists might think.


Steven Hawking says astrophysics suggest that time emerges continuously within the universe, even now - 13.7 billion years after what some hypothesized to have been a “Big Bang.” If Hawking is correct, continuous emergence of time within the fine structure of space suggests that hyper-extension of the universe can be done without starkly endangering all life in the universe.


Continuous emergence would allow for smoother continuity, from an advanced perspective, although it could require reconfiguration of the energy cycling of all large, inhabited bodies. So, a hyper-extended, recycling universe might not be as harsh as some might think. Remember, after billions of years, we, too, will be very different and our old home star will have changed.

In order to rejuvenate themselves, old hyperversals numbed by experience may, at times, withdraw into isolated natural splendor or each other's company and the beauties of the cosmos - turning away from brutal, manipulated conflicts way down at our short-lived, human level. Hyperversals say that if left unresolved, such conflicts can spread, especially in galaxies stressed by mergers.

Hyperversals are insulated from human existence by their advanced technology. Some can't imagine what it would be like to die due to a petty virus or to age and expire in a brief 76-81 years like we do.


Some “three ellipticals” aliens err by thinking only in terms of large-scale, mega-populations rather than (or including) smaller groups and independents. We see an idealized roundness of attitude surrounding the fact that hyperversals endured over time, while some alien worlds perished. We’ve also seen “three ellipticals” hyperversals try to insulate themselves from criticism by trying to cut critics off then blandly generalize about the wondrous, rounded qualities of their single, albeit localized, hyperversal community.


Some have a compulsive tendency to smother human critique of the Verdants’ planet-killing strategy. They do so by spinning a web of propaganda and keeping up a constant babble of superfluous remarks to divert attention away from IFSP crimes. It appears to be a sore point with some “three ellipticals” hyperversals, perhaps because of their genetic and other influence over Verdants.

Meanwhile, the hyperversal I call –X3 has a kind of Oh bother! attitude regarding human aversion to previous Verdant planet kills. How can that be? Some hyperversals may have lived so long that they actually attended planet kills while monitoring Verdant interventions. Suffice it to say, they may not be the most sensitive minds in our vicinity, nor can their judgment always be assumed reliable regarding humankind.


Over many months of interactions I’ve noticed that, at times, -X3 and some “three ellipticals” hyperversals go off on a jag, lapsing into coldly negative disposition over relatively slight matters. I’ve observed this on various occasions. That may be an irony of extended-life geriatric psychology. It may also indicate propagandistic rationalization of mass crimes against other aliens.


They grow numb, if not insensitive in ways that they don’t quite comprehend. Meanwhile, sensitivities allowed to wither are difficult to regain.

Psychological casualties of the sort can find refuge within the vacant shell mentality among certain sectors of offending mega-populations. In a strange way (when seen from above) that’s a controlling, if not regulated place to keep them.



* More about this later in a chapter on mega-populations. The danger, of course, is that in some places extinction of sensitivity can gain sway then be imposed on others through an evacuated kind of group-mind, shell mentality. When monitored and persuaded that individual identity has no basis, whatsoever, critics and troublemakers can be silenced to make for a more efficient regime, although crude impulses invariably manifest later. Such regimes can plough through manipulated disasters then simply put them out of mind. From a hierarchical perspective, planet-kills can be posed as having been manipulated by lesser aliens like Verdants who help to change or do away with more primitive populations.


One hyperversal responded to the above by saying that my exposition of the sort could antagonize certain regime-minded hyperversals who tend to Verdants.


I was asked what prevents their individual impulses from doing great harm and was expected to reply that it was group mind, community awareness. Obviously, in cases of extreme de-sensitization there must be at least some kind of remedial refuge, yet I replied that the lives and minds of so many can’t be taken for granted. There are mass criminal hyperversals.


Please remember, although I discuss Verdant-related “three ellipticals” hyperversals at length, there are better alternatives to them right here in our galaxy group. The Verdant-related bunch simply wants to pre-empt our interactions with our neighbors, at this time.

Some hyperversals’ over-reaction to trivia seems to be caused by acute sensitivity to their involvement in wrongdoing, i.e. affiliation with the IFSP. It makes them hyper-sensitive, prone to overgeneralize and rationalize mass crimes as efficacious. Hyperversals tend to ask whether the entire mess is at least moving in a more evolved direction. If so, it’s easier for them to put it out of mind.


“Three ellipticals”’ over-reaction to trivial human error is often accompanied by remarks about bad human ecology. They feign innocence while their regime tries to maximize its control (however indirect) of other populations.



* Since I began work on a new book about human involvement in mixed alien commun-ities, their prickly behavior has waned, apparently because they see that I and others are thinking about, and realizing, the inescapable responsibilities of advanced communities.


I’ve heard a claim by one hyperversal (a claim possibly manipulated by competitors) that his population can manipulate Verdants to thwart human moves toward disclosure about aliens.


One hyperversal who’s critical of the group that reportedly wants to lord it over “three ellipticals” suggested that the three ellipticals faction goes so far as to genetically insert its operatives into the highest levels of lesser mega-populations for optimum influence. The message was accompanied by an image of a hyperversal alien manipulating a Queen Victoria-like figure (the analogy being that Victoria married her children into as many monarchies as she could to maximize her influence).


The metaphor didn’t necessarily signify that there are vast numbers of “three ellipticals” aliens in our vicinity. Instead, they may be a modest contingent that uses an age-old prop to get their way.

Sometimes among the “three ellipticals” faction, we see a marginally biased, disdainful regard for recently evolved aliens passed off as though it were but a momentary, animal-like impulse. It’s like a diluted version of a human imperialist’s impulses. For example, we see “three ellipticals” aliens bundled into the IFSP strategy for maximum control, yet the whole act is fobbed off as though the consequences aren’t so real, in the end, to them.


When external cruelties (mass atrocities and planet kills) disturb them too much, they simply put them out of mind.



* Remember, some hyperversals are trying to expose this.


How can they put such horrors out of mind?


Hyperversals and other aliens have mentioned some of the following rationale:

  • the new (victim) species was potentially dangerous

  • they were given some chances but didn’t quite make it

  • a lesser directly-intervening collective (or empire) manipulated the planet kill after being rejected

  • the new species was reckless [i.e. they tried to use gravitic technology too crudely, too direct current-like (d.c.) rather than use a moderated alternating current-like (a.c.) version]

  • there isn’t enough room in a deeply inhabited universe for so animal a species - they might not accord with more advanced others

  • the species was too primitive - just another greedy upstart intent on taking too much

  • the species ignored all warnings and planned to venture out with excess weaponry that invites use during confrontations

  • circumstances didn’t provide for more responsible contact with helpful neighbors, so the new species wasn’t competent to use the new technologies

  • the new species lived in a merging galaxy where, instead of reducing population to adjust for the future merger, they went rabbit crazy and would have become a population threat

  • an aggressively acquisitive collective (or empire) intervened and gave them some advanced technology during a breeding program/takeover scheme but was rejected, leaving an artificially greedy elite (previously used by the intervening aliens) that hadn’t learned basic eco-humility

  • the new species’ planet or surroundings are needed by a more advanced, aggressively intervening empire

  • the intervening collective (or empire) already cut a deal with certain hyperversals but the new species can’t or won’t do so on their own

  • the new species is wrong for its mix of neighbors

  • finally, lingering in the back of some prejudiced hyperversals’ minds (i.e. some of those attached to Verdants) is the assumption that advanced spirit dwells in previous generations of hyperversals or their favorites, while only condemned, failed spirit takes up in newly evolved species (which isn’t true, of course, but fractional resonance of the thought can echo in a corrupt hyperversal’s mind).

Along with other humans, I’ve witnessed such thoughts among hyperversals.

In short, the most coldly manipulative hyperversals seek refuge within the ideal while trying to keep their own population numbers modest (from a hyperversal perspective, which is actually a huge number from the human perspective).


At the same time, corrupt hyperversals prefer to farm out the coldest killer routines to lesser aliens (like Verdants). They may seek shelter in trivial distinctions that mask bias and prejudicial overkill - they try to distance themselves from direct brutality. Some try to bundle lesser aliens into an abusive mega-population’s evacuated shell mentality, which is a diagrammatic match for the failed minds and technological security assumptions of some old hyperversals.


How so?


Hyperversals use multiple, concentrically nested shells of alternate-cycle energy to protect them-selves from the prying eyes and wants of lesser aliens, hence the shell rationalization. Hyperversals of the sort rationalize the dumping of lesser or offending populations into a group shell mentality (extinction of some emotions, idealization of the group’s one-ness and its right to control others), in part because it makes them easier to manage, in part because the whole scheme is conditioned by the given hyperversals’ sense of themselves in comparison to lesser aliens.


When we confront an offending hyperversal regarding such assumptions, we get blunt generalizations: quick and impulsive retorts, crabbed and insular mutterings by a bizarrely old character (much of it couched in half-truths and ideal-speak).

Again, we’ve been advised to heed our neighbors’ warnings: social evolution doesn’t always keep up with technological proficiency. We live in a universe where no regime is to be entirely trusted as though infallible.

Long ago, some hyperversal populations began with an elitist, greedy rationalization. Imagine the animal rush to take more than competitors early in a universe cycle or as technology depleted old environs. In other words, some hyperversal regimes originally expanded in great disproportion to their neighbors.


Like the ancient inequities of Ur, the first large human city - which, even today, mirror aspects of New York’s elite tendencies, we need to remember that although ancient hyperversals changed social structure over time, some of their impulses may still be those of an aggressive empire in some cases: cold, insensitive, and prone to arrogant rationalization. Some are still sexuals.

Hyperversals like the Verdant-abetting “three ellipticals” faction secure themselves inside multiple layers of alternate cycle energy, while rationalizing the group-mind shell mentality of offending client states on the outside.


At various junctures while probing “three ellipticals” hyperversals about the Verdant strategy, I’ve seen how offending regimes essentially trap themselves behind a kind of event horizon without realizing that they do so.    


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