22 - Surviving the New Technologies

Although some market-minded naifs think that new technology is salvation, historians often disagree.


When technology is acquired or misused by repressive regimes, it can lead to war, environmental destruction and overpopulation. So, in 1947 when alien technology thousands of years beyond human science fell to earth near Roswell and was scooped up by a Cold War regime, humankind was in for a crash course in cosmic citizenship.

Aliens continue to debate how and from whom we must learn, yet all agree: humans must get up to speed in the ways of more advanced societies. Old rationalizations about balance of power warfare and man vs. nature are no longer adequate. The animal “logic” of old thrived when there were natural checks on dangerous regimes.


Before 1945, humans always had a second chance. Now, however, the consequences of human excess are so drastic that there may be no second chance.

When alien technology fell into human hands, there were two immediate risks.

  • First, it might be misused, causing environmental de-stabilization

  • Second, it provoked human greed to acquire more of the same, which led to the dual dilemmas of attacks on alien ships to scavenge them and secret interactions with IFSP aliens who were able to deepen their intervention, absent public scrutiny

Advanced technology was too tempting for the US elite, which was in no way prepared to compete with alien minds and methods.

IFSP aliens knew that, of course, and have manipulated elite greed to their advantage ever since. The National Security Act of 1947, which was partly intended to keep downed alien technologies secret, has been used to hide massive crime by semi-private parties and has become the worst threat to democracy and human sovereignty on this planet.


Black budget crimes are so severe that some think a national reconciliation like that of post-apartheid South Africa, with truth-telling and amnesties, may be necessary to return the United States to a semblance of democracy.


As one hyperversal stated,

“there have been casualties of the (human-alien) interaction.”

Fair-minded hyperversals and other aliens say we’re in for a number of highly shocking discoveries about the IFSP’s breeding and infiltration program. Early reports about various elite “direct operatives” provide but a glimpse of what we’ll learn.


But it will take some digging.

Over time, it has become apparent that hyperversal aliens long ago learned how to protect themselves from the misuse of negative-cycle technologies. Hyperversals are able to locally minimize the Δt that’s written into Tom Bearden’s equations.


By knowing how to deftly converge and cancel out multiple categories of gravitic energy, by spreading it out so that the effects aren’t so immediately local, hyperversals can minimize some of the speeding of time (and tissue damage) caused on a micro level when negative-cycle technology is used, albeit at a cost to a universe cycle.


Aliens work with deeper, extra cycles of gravitic energy to essentially tease out the past outlines of an injury while, at the same time, speeding its replacement by new tissue.

To humans, Tom Bearden's assertion that use of electrogravity speeds the flow of time seems like a one-way ride, as though when we use electrogravity we simply run the clock like a vector in that part of virtual space-time. However, hyperversals can converge multiple categories of gravitics in order to minimize the local running of the clock on quanta.


This allows for finer, counterbalanced uses of gravitic technologies. Over billions of years time such methods have been refined, allowing hyperversal technology to be multiply horizoned, so to speak. As a result, it’s safer but like all gravitic technology, it deducts from the total duration of a universe cycle. Hyperversals go out of their way to demonstrate how precise their technology can actually be. I’ve experienced a variety of their subtle demonstrations of various micro-phenomena (commentary included) plus the ability of some hyperversals to hint at certain events before they happened.

Given the fact that hyperversals have engineered extended universe cycle(s), part of the structure of the atom, itself, may be viewed as having technological qualities. For some humans that’s hard to believe, but it’s true. Humans have barely scraped the surface of science. There are much deeper implications. According to at least one hyper-advanced alien, hyperversals live roughly 141,000 times longer than humans.


Their science demonstrates the advances of long history and learning.

In community interactions, and in medical or planet-wide doings, we must learn to minimize local Δt and use gravitic energies correctly, preferably on a finer, micro scale.


This involves a more gently distributed “alt t” value and must take into consideration the effect on nearby star or galaxy systems. Again, aliens suggest that we use negative-cycle technology sparingly in order to preserve Earth’s ecology for the billions of years that we’ll need it.


Nature has allowed us an enviable biome that must endure, lest we lose our freedom in two disaster scenarios:

  • one, when aliens like the IFSP want to use our surroundings for themselves

  • two, should we become refugees

One hyperversal alien, speaking for a “three ellipticals” sub-group, tried to rationalize its role in the Verdant-Centaurus A situation by rhetorically asking,

“What do you do when a large elliptical begins to (tilt or re-incline and shift cycle dangerously)?”

In retrospect, the remark was ironic because Verdant excess runs the clock on surrounding galaxies, and, along with Andromeda, we must curb Verdant-Centaurus A demands on our ecology.


Of course, it’s possible that Verdants are stalking horses for the three ellipticals sub-group’s future energy strategy. Verdants may already have jeopardized the long-term ecology in the Centaurus A galaxy group, hence the drift about what to do when a large elliptical and its central black hole’s jets begin to tilt. Centaurus A has a bad tilt.

And what is to be done with populations like
the grays and Haven aliens (possibly related to each other) who allowed their societies to be riven by intervention, their planets ruined by crude, elite use of negative energy technology?


One hyperversal stated that the Haven aliens’ original planet died because its residents tried to use “a direct I E W line” (on a planetary scale). In other words, they didn’t counter-balance their energy demand.


They failed to finely and more widely re-distribute their energy stream (“I E W” may mean something like intrastellar energy wave or inner Earth wave). Haven aliens may have pulled too directly on their sun’s gravity, causing seismic catastrophe, dangerous solar flares, and slowing of their planet’s magnetic field then loss of atmosphere.

Some hyperversals seem wearied with having to steer emerging populations toward improved genetic and ecological options. They may feel burdened because the further back in origin hyperversals go, the longer they live, apparently. I recall one hyperversal who said that another was relatively young because he was “only 335,000 years old.”


Older hyperversals sometimes express frustration with the physical presumption of recently evolved aliens who don’t foresee the demands that population growth and negative cycle technologies place on the universe. Imagine the history you would see if you lived millions of years and traveled great distances. Vital sensitivities can wither, resulting in deep cynicism.


Some hyperversals steer newly evolved aliens into large aggregations in order to evolve them more quickly, even if the price of doing so is the newly evolved aliens’ freedom.

One hyperversal criticized such doings by remarking that hastily compiled collectives sometimes have an unformed, shell-like quality - its dependents may be reluctant to criticize the larger group, unable to think and discern independently. Technology can supplant the impetus for self-reliance and good planning, hence an old, numb hyperversal may dismiss such complications in favor of manageability.


Such individuals assume that they don’t need to re-think such situations because they already did that kind of thinking long ago.

On the other hand, hyperversals say we live in a re-cycling universe that’s more than 13.7 billion years old. How much older, we can’t quite say, but there are more generations of previous-cycle hyperversals than most humans would suspect. One hyperversal said we interact with some hyperversals who originated “30 billion years” ago. In other words, from a hyperversal’s perspective, newly evolved aliens must be studied and judged according to their compatibility.

Once, while arguing that the human struggle is worsened by an aggressive sexual population’s disproportionate ambitions (Verdants), I outlined a low-intensity human strategy that would allow for a better long-term ecology. In reply, an older hyperversal said it may be that some hyperversals “don’t want long term” in our case. I was exasperated.


His cynicism was imbued with an old hyperversal’s existential considerations - like that of eastern thinkers who don’t want to be reborn. His remark touched on the seemingly endless parade of nascent technological populations, the violence and excess that they inflict on both themselves and the inter-stellar ecology.


From my perspective, the remark seemed a lapse of judgment even though it was offered to model or exemplify a certain intellectual resonance. Yet from the hyperversal’s perspective, he was arguing the case for faster assimilation into a larger hierarchical entity (that might deplete our resources), a chance to end our crude sexual impulses and physical aspirations as though, from his perspective, the sooner the better.

On another occasion, when frustrated with cold, off-handed gestures by certain hyperversals, I suggested that they can be mapped within Virgo, and a “three ellipticals” hyperversal retorted that his population is “not on that map.” If I'm not mistaken, hyperversals don't need to linger in a Mars or Earth-like environment.


They either have entire planets that they shielded and alt-cycled to make them endure, or they have huge artificial craft that they can move to various places. They easily shield such from the prying eyes of lesser gray or Verdant-like aliens. In fact, I occasionally catch a Verdant trying to discern how much I know about the location and habitat of hyperversals, as though Verdants, too, have lingering questions.


A hyperversal could be at your side, their craft in your vicinity, and human technology wouldn’t detect it. They can remotely trick all of our sensing equipment - they can change the readings and disguise any fluctuations. They can do the same to grays. Billions of years of science make that easy.

In retrospect, hyper-advanced aliens are a conundrum.


Their statements turn our cosmology on its head, yet their abilities and their breadth of awareness indicate a much-more-than-gray/Verdant capability, a higher degree of advancement. In the end, the existence of hyperversals suggests that a kind of river runs through our universe, a multiversal continuum that allows for nearly instant resonance across hyperspace.


Apparently, time isn’t a one-way, linear river. Instead, it’s multi-dimensional. This offers hope for human assimilation into a more refined, shared order of being, over time.

The stickiest aspects of human-hyperversal interactions involve questions about sexuality vs. non-sexuality, community mind-form, and whether offending populations must be absorbed and put to use within a collective shell mentality, or whether independent aliens can be trusted to moderate energy use and become sufficiently involved with other populations that they evolve within ecological requirements.


These are issues than can’t be avoided.        


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