25 - Mega-Populations

The best reports, to date, indicate that humans have interacted with aliens from a variety of different galaxies.


So, our awareness begins on an inter-galactic scale, right from the start. In order to better understand such populations and compete where necessary, we must know more about them.

In many galaxies, we can expect to find mega-populations that occupy dozens, if not thousands of planets. Some mega-populations originally expanded for reasons of need, while others likely grew to compete with neighbors. Diplomatic and material relations between mega-populations can be tricky, from the human perspective.


The best way to make sense of them is to probe and investigate entire categories, rather than one case or another. To limit our awareness to a single mega-population is to fall into their hole, in a sense. Their peculiarities shouldn’t define our larger understanding because there are billions of galaxies. In mega-populations, independent critique is sometimes displaced, so we now join the ranks of myriad others who must look for needed improvements both on and off-world, despite our limitations.

How can we investigate mega-populations? In the resonance of hyperspace are trace aspects of the near-whole’s information (and sentience).


Although it may, at first, appear to have a faded, seemingly remote quality, it is here for those who begin with the requisite science and insight. Because the universe cycles back into itself, hyperspace is an inverted kind of energy resonance across great distances. It feels like an inverted event horizon that resonates hyper-quickly all across a great, orb-like hyper-space because it’s simply a fraction of the larger, intra-cycling universe.


You can feel it, finely and faintly, because you’re composed of those greater, fractional relationships.

Humans who linger on the cusp of such understandings tend to do so because they assume that the universe is basically three-dimensional yet has inexplicable ironies (black holes, gravity, and weird quantum mysteries). However, if we suspend such thinking and consider the better science of aliens and the faster-than-light ironies of an inwardly cycling, outwardly inflating universe, we quickly see that the universe isn’t three-dimensional.


Instead, that negative cycle resonates “mass” down through the nucleus and far out into space-time at the same time. So, it isn’t three-dimensional. It foldedly twists inward - into a kind of negative space (from the old-world perspective) while it resonates far out across hyperspace. It does so precisely, like clockwork. Once our world begins to experiment with gravitic technology, we appear on the larger energy map of the universe. Different mega-populations will try to tell us that they are the guardians of the Δt/alt t conservation.


Some will use that excuse to take advantage of a vulnerable population.

As long as you know that, you can foresee the larger need for ecological responsibility. Various materially uninterested aliens have explained this to humans, over and over again. Their advice and insights are of epic significance.


Meanwhile, mega-populations will tell you that all worlds need to accord, all peoples must collectively interact to some extent. That much is true, however some megas grew essentially uncorrected, going from one kind of imperialism to a larger kind of presumption without learning to treat others as equals, without opening their governments to independent critique and binding rules against potentially destructive interventions.

Of course, there are nearly instantaneous consequences for those who abuse other populations, however faint and distant they may seem at a given time. The best aliens suggest that the all-of-time consequences for wrongdoing may seem subtle, if not elusive, yet are inescapable. The most highly advanced societies both look for and constrain offenders in ways that aren’t always explicit because offenders tend to ignore fine cautions and guidance. Awkward situations arise in which offenders excluded from advanced interactions rationalize ill-gotten gains in strictly material terms.


Detached from both their victims and higher order understandings, they don’t anticipate the almost Tao-like re-cycling of all being and implications. Some of the ugliest consequences occur in offending mega-populations: stifling of dissent, a rigidly presumed “oneness” of group mindform (policed by psychotronics), plus the threat that may pose to various neighbors.

In other words, apathy and lack of critique in a given regime can become a singular hellhole, of a sort - trapped behind a kind of event horizon that may be hard to discern, from the offenders’ perspective.


So, the message for those content to merely feather their own small nest in the United States or elsewhere on Earth is that you can’t possibly live safely, you won’t preserve your freedom and resources unless you share with all others on this planet.


Failure to do so will result in catastrophe: rising violence and sea levels, disease and depletion of resources - all of which lead to dependency on off-world manipulators. You can’t hide behind weak-minded ideas about 3-D anonymity in elite economy and expect your children to live safely when you’re gone. Your very thoughts and observations affect all that you see, however faintly.


The new physics is all about transparency in hyperspace, so you must plan for the future of all on this planet. If you don’t, no matter how richly you live now, your children will suffer and will condemn your generation for weak-kneed obedience, an epic failure to act when necessary.

There are no excuses. There’s no escape from universal precision of the sort. Planets that don’t rise up against elite incompetence either die, or become the lesser servants of cold, sometimes ruthless alien controllers. There is no second chance if we fail. We will never again be entrusted with a biological beauty like Earth.

The pre-noted hyperversal alien’s remark about how some hyperversals may not want a population like ours to endure over “the long term” can be interpreted to mean that they would prefer to see us absorbed by a larger, controlling collective. Such perspective assumes that new populations are best grown like grapes: suffering drought and hardship or manipulated planet death in order to produce the sweetest end product, the least offensive outcome.


As if to underscore such an attitude, on a previous occasion one of the “three ellipticals” hyperversals (monitored by a more advanced hyperversal) showed us a graphic about a recurrent, if not prototypical alien situation. In the graphic was a highly technological, interstellar-capable alien with large, dark eyes standing next to his planet of origin just as the planet, or home star, is going critical - which will require a move to another planet.


The hyperversal said something like,

“and what do you do when…(that)?”

In other words, from the hyper-advanced alien’s perspective, situations of the sort pose a conundrum.

  • Do aliens in such situations choose to accommodate themselves on their own, or must they make arrangements with larger collectives?

  • The hyperversal’s attitude was that if a role within a large mega-population collective is (or was) good enough during his own past, then why should humans presume to go it alone, for now?

  • Why should we be any different?

If it seems as though I drone on and on about the “new” physics of aliens, it’s for good reason.


Different explanations and metaphors help the beginner understand such basics. There are a mixed variety of fantastic, yet precise ironies in the physics of the universe. Although black holes may, at first, seem to be coldly unforgiving traps and dead ends, aliens suggest that they are deeply dimensioned with a kind of genius - in the best of mind(s), yet black holes also pose a limit for the worst of minds.

Clearly, some mega-populations have been cultivated by more advanced, precursor aliens (hyperversals) for purposes of population control and basic ecology.


Mega-population growth may seem wasteful and disproportionate to humans, yet some mega-populations have actually been encouraged to exceed normal bounds. Hyperversal aliens who evolved from large, aggressive mega-populations may be biased and will favor the growth of at least one overgrown population in each galaxy for a variety of reasons. Numerous ongoing discussions with “the three ellipticals” hyperversals have elucidated their thinking on the subject.


I’ve discussed such reasoning with hyper-advanced aliens at numerous junctures, while seemingly more independent hyperversals watched closely.

The following are some of the reasons why the “three ellipticals” faction says they encourage certain mega-populations:

  1. a large mega limits the growth of competitors in a given galaxy

  2. a large mega can act as the spine of galaxy-wide treaties, conventions, and other exchanges

  3. a large mega can monitor an entire galaxy’s ecology and both report on, and organize others, to ward off encroaching megas (like Verdants) from surrounding galaxies

  4. a large mega can be cultivated to take over the burdensome responsibilities of hyperversals, allowing for a kind of succession

  5. a large mega is culturally and organizationally compatible with the larger, pre-existing doings of some hyperversal populations (i.e. breeding programs to upgrade new populations, peaceful conventions regarding trade, travel, minimization of weapons, etc)

  6. due to the simple animal nature of certain impulses, large megas will invariably arise, so it’s better to both guide and ecologically manage them than to pretend that they shouldn’t exist, in the first place

Meanwhile, more modest, competing populations exist and sometimes argue to the contrary.


They say the following:

  1. large mega-populations can, themselves, become the ecological and individual rights nightmare that’s most feared

  2. the best and most internally rigorous interactions on a galactic scale are always diverse, so a variety of communicating societies can monitor and enforce a galaxy-wide ecology, even if there are times when planets dispute over replacement terra and resources

  3. hyperversals, themselves, and the larger universe are vastly diverse, so a balanced diversity in a given galaxy is equally tenable

  4. mega-populations are hard to critique and change, internally, due to far-flung structural inertia

  5. it’s better to practice moderation and cultivate large, diverse interactions than to wallow in a mono-culture of grandiose pretensions based on specious domination

Of course, we can expect to encounter galaxies of breathtaking variety.


Mindful of such diversity, it’s better to suffer doubt and caution rather than smugly rationalize one preference over another. Populations of all sorts must keep others in check throughout the universe. They must limit specious excess. Within one organizing strategy or another, we’re all responsible for the long-term ecology. In our case, the die is already cast: there’s no room for us to grow disproportionately.


There are mega-populations here, already, and we’re due to merge with Andromeda.

Hyperversals say that a multiplicity of independent populations in a galaxy can sometimes be collectively expansive, if not disorganized (this argument comes from hyperversals of mega-population origin). Some say nature runs a certain course, a statement that partly rationalizes their own ancient history. In some galaxies a given population expanded in a greedy rush to “secure” future resources.


In every case, surrounding populations must judge whether a given mega-population respects wild, uninhabited terra that must be preserved for future evolution. Empty planets don’t strain the larger Δt/alt t ecology.

As you can see, once we begin to interact on a galaxy scale, the entire universal ecology comes into focus.

  • How do we encourage interactions and accords, plus the exchange of ideas and controls between galaxies?

  • Does it trickle across, or does it arise through supercluster conventions mediated by hyperversals?

  • Must reluctant populations be provoked and herded to moderate themselves, or is it all just “laissez faire” (an attitude that predatory aliens sometimes pass off in order to weaken and deplete a target planet)?

Ever present in such discussions, in which some humans participate, are hyperversals’ concerns that independent aggregations of newly evolved aliens may organize on a larger scale than some hyperversals are prepared for, at a given time.


More doubt and discomfort that we must live with. There are no easy answers in collective reckonings of the sort.

Due to internal contradictions, some mega-populations like Verdants will demean and chastise humans for striving to piece together a larger overview of alien relations. They suggest that humans are small-scale and incompetent to judge the complexities of their larger interactions. So, we encounter coldly disdainful attitudes, duplicity, and deception in some quarters.


Meanwhile, disdain of the sort can degrade into thinly veiled contempt, which can be dangerous. An ecologically irresponsible population is extremely vulnerable.

Let’s look at further alien statements about mega-populations. When “three ellipticals” hyperversals discuss Verdants, they often ask how will we spread necessary ecological conventions (genetics, population control, mega-population plans for extending the universe cycle, basic alt. cycle energy standards, de-weaponization, etc.) if we don’t cultivate mega-populations who can impose such controls in various neighborhoods and compel newcomers to change? Sometimes the question is only asked rhetorically, with little intention of considering the alternatives.


Meanwhile, there are hyperversals who see a need for both megas and independent populations, assuming that they work out such responsibilities among themselves rather than rely on hyperversals to do the heavy lifting.

At times we see vast, universal implications in such discussions. Sometimes, hyperversals stress the fact that you can’t simply withdraw into a physical sense of yourself and your environs. Instead, you must remember that the convergence of larger community in hyperspace requires at least some faded measure of humility and forbearance. No one can endure without changing, neither hyperversals nor the most physically presumptuous of recently evolved aliens.

When a people deplete their sun or planet, they must judge whether they matured with their star.


Like humans, they may have been brash and conflicted, hence limited, during early phases yet are usually challenged and humbled later.

  • Did they linger too long within animal impulses or did they move out into community awareness?

  • Did they mature into fainter, larger involvements or linger retardedly as run-on prevaricators?

  • Do outsiders see them as crude and lower-brain impulsive - too intent on their own physicality (a singular looking out, rather than feeling in through and beyond themselves) or have they matured into the larger fade beyond such pretensions?

  • Now, as they ponder a move to another system, are they known for cynical manipulations, or are they seen as living inspiration?

No doubt there are various degrees of involvement with mega-populations.


Some planets simply trade with them, which deepens their involvement. Others prefer to remain self-sustaining and distant in order to develop a more mature second or third-depth awareness globally so they can better judge the risks and implications of larger interactions before they dunder into them. Some mega-populations may be exemplary, of course.


However, as is now obvious on Earth, premature concession of bases to an aggressive mega-population can be treacherous, if not fatal. Before the target people even know about aliens, they begin to lose control to a resource-hungry predator. Then manipulated conflicts follow - a “pacification program” that features infiltrated saboteurs.

We’ve seen Verdants brown up to hard-line hyperversals in order to gain favor.


At times, the routine seems pretentious. Many times we’ve seen Verdants plunge into a human situation with an “Are you important?” kind of attitude that’s shamelessly elitist. The same applies to some of the IFSP’s direct operative humans, who inflate their own importance in order to drill fear into native humans. Sometimes they seem like stimulus-seeking patients on a psych ward. Behavior of the sort is associated with inordinate use of energy and resources.

Meanwhile, the most important distinctions to be made are very basic.


For example,

  • How does the universe even derive, to begin with?

  • And if it recycles, how do all kinds coexist in continuity?

  • How can a universe possibly exist (in the best way)?

Although such questions sound extraneous, their implications permeate every aspect of existence.

Mega-populations who know no bounds butt up against obstacles that can only be resolved through deeper consideration and humility. Ironically, it’s the most basic questions that revolutionize human thought, not the most distended. No doubt that’s true elsewhere.


In other words, the only sustainable regard for others is anything, if not everything but self-importance.

  • And what are the internal dynamics of mega-populations?

  • Do they ally with other megas, then seek to divide lesser domains in order to expand into them, or must they accord within a more advanced ecology and minimize their take in order to help new populations upgrade themselves through better example?

There are galaxy-wide and larger energy networks (due to Δt/alt t) and questions about how various networks affect each other.

  • Whose standards will prevail?

  • And when there’s competition due to the death or depletion of old planets, then who will live where?

  • Who solves cases of predation and conflict?

  • And how do we enforce necessary conventions: collectively, or through self-interested presumption?

Again, we’re talking about more advanced societies, not environmentally ruinous human precepts.

Within a mega-population, the individual dilemma is to judge whether the community behaves correctly and whether it needs to be changed. Imagine being a Verdant, for example: the pointless brinkmanship in knowing that your population is late for necessary, collective reckonings.


Some 229 million years after first contact, they still take too much in order to enjoy themselves (some are stimulus-seeking sexuals).


Within their ranks,

  • What recourse is there?

  • Do they speak out or just shut up and smooth everything over in the name of empire?

Such aliens need to see beyond their limited, internal conventions and reassess the whole, then fade down to a more modest state.


Then, and only then, will they be able to help others do similarly. In order to evolve into communities of mind, they must ask whether the best ecology is a stasis of pretended greatness, or whether it lies in a receding, greater kind of out-of-body identity. Steady-state ideas about empire lead to defensive, lying propaganda mills and resource predations.

Meanwhile, more mature populations are humbler and able to network in larger ways. They can interact in mixed community where the question of species isn’t so important. As such, they’re capable of a higher, finer aesthetic - more faintly on a larger scale. They, too, encounter awkward and disturbing situations.

When pondering the nature of mega-populations across the universe, it helps to remember that some large populations (and hyperversals) will risk sacrifice of entire planets in order to cobble together de-sensitized, obedient aggregates because they’re easier to control. There are structural ironies, i.e. mega-population individuals who know they’re being watched and succumb to numb, psychotronically-stimulated group rationalizations, in the process.

We’ve even seen hyperversals who play as many ideas as possible into a given situation and, due to their larger brains or a game-like juvenile reminiscence, seem to vaguely play at mastery and try to lose you behind the scheme of their objectives. Depending on a given hyperversal’s age and cumulative psychological conditioning, he or she may fade into desensitized withdrawal that rationalizes the suffering of recently evolved aliens.

Among mega-populations and independents alike, hyperversals try to cultivate hyper-community and universal citizenship, rather than insular withdrawal.


However, you may not hear about this in some cases, depending on the alien who speaks to you. Complicating the situation are hyperversal pressures to busy certain mega-populations or cut them off in some ways, while also moving them toward hyper-assimilation. Major snafus can arise: “butterfly wing” distortions that amplify a given foul-up, and ailing regime-think.

In the worst cases, a healthy, independent biome may be seen as a direct challenge to a mega-population’s control. Why? Because a healthy, diverse biome allows for long-term micro-evolution of a given people, instead of the cascading crises and manipulations preferred by an aggressive mega.


There may be Big Brother pressures in such cases, a compulsion to foul, if not kill numerous species in order to expand a mega-population’s sphere of influence. Common sense suggests that manipulated planet death is the worst possible outcome, but an overgrown, aggressive colonial may want to play god, instead.


We’ve heard (Verdant-related) talk about imposing non-physical social identities through mass extinctions, leaving but a shell of the old identity. Fawning acolytes of the IFSP call this “the Earth Changes” strategy, in our case.


Destruction of the sort weakens a people, sometimes making it easier to control them.

Within a mega-population, we sometimes note a trance-like, resonant quality in those who insist that they aren’t “individuals” but are, instead, solely composed of group mind. Meanwhile, some individuals of the sort are middling characters who hide within amorphous qualities and try define themselves only in spatial terms, a non-form, in the group sense.


Dogmatic rigidity can creep into the equation, a smothering of critique. Aging mega-population aliens sometimes assume that they ALREADY DID all of the necessary thinking long ago, hence they need merely resonate and observe coldly, thereafter. Some may try to obscure their own, multiple sourced histories and pretend not to notice that their specious rationalizations presume a mastery of insight about other aliens’ histories.

Some mega-population aliens may not be as thoughtful or insightful as their elders were in previous generations. So when doubts and inadequacies arise, they may think they’re fully in touch with a community yet feel relatively immobilized, given their short-comings. Meanwhile, more thoughtful communities far exceed them. In one sense, the singular failings of some aliens are strangely gravitic, as though trapped and slowed - way down near an event horizon. We’ve observed this, as was noted previously.


But how do we explain that slowed, seemingly trapped quality?

Two physicists, George Chapline of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and Nobel laureate Robert Laughlin, have a new model of the universe that offers insights.


They suggest that black holes could be “dark energy stars.” Because objects falling into a black hole should stretch out so extremely that outside observers would note a freeze of time, causing the object to appear to linger at the event horizon forever (they don’t), physicists have searched for alternatives to the standard quantum model.


Chapline and Laughlin note that when superconducting crystals go through “quantum critical phase transition,” electron spin doesn’t fluctuate wildly, as the standard model predicts it should. Instead, electron fluctuations slow down - as though time is literally slowed! So, Chapline and Laughlin came up with a startling, new explanation.


Working with colleagues, Chapline and Laughlin posit that when large stars end their fusion cycle, instead of forming a “black hole,” a phase transition (a sudden change of state) creates a thin “quantum critical shell,” the size of which depends on a star’s mass.


A New Scientist article on the subject says the shell doesn’t contain a space-time singularity...

“Instead, the shell contains a vacuum, just like the energy-containing vacuum of free space...The team’s calculations show that the vacuum inside the shell has a powerful anti-gravity effect, just like the dark energy that appears to be causing the expansion of the universe to accelerate... ‘Quantum critical shells are a two-way street,’” says Chapline.

He suggests that the energies involved match those of the expected dark energy of the entire universe.

In other words, being a two-way street, black holes may connect outwardly via dark energy, and the universe could be a large, tendentious dark energy object, or cycle.


Chapline further suggests that the inside of a black hole may act like a superfluid, i.e. super cold Helium 4, a superfluid that climbs up container walls. It’s a useful model and seems to agree with alien statements about negative energy and hyperspace (plus aspects of Bearden’s Δt). In May of 2007, researchers from John Hopkins University and the Space Telescope Science Institute photographed a “dark matter” ring around galaxy cluster Cl 0024+17.


In the photo, a huge radial symmetry permeates the space around the galaxy cluster - all of it pointing inward toward the center of aggregate mass in the cluster. It’s the first visual evidence of the sort, and it suggests that dark energy and dark matter are structured collectively, in a sense. In the photo, space itself appears to hold the missing mass.


Physicist Gordon Kane says that dark energy is assumed to be the energy of the vacuum (empty space).


Physicist Hong Sheng Zhao thinks dark energy and dark matter may be two aspects of the same phenomenon.

So, how does the Chapline/Laughlin dark energy model relate to the slowed, seemingly trapped quality of offending alien mindform? Aliens whose thoughts and deeds collapse in upon narrowly construed, illusory self-assumptions may linger within a kind of shell, due to a failure of construct. Hence we observe a slowed quality, a redundancy that’s due to isolated whole-number modeling, which should, instead, be finely and fractionally universal.


Ideally, more advanced community will span across and exceed such groups to remind them about potentially ghastly ironies and distortions that can arise later in a universe cycle, should they fail to integrate more finely.

Meanwhile, even in the best or most advanced humans, it’s normal to fade in and out of hyper-community due to distractions, human tiredness and the need to rest. It isn’t so easy to maintain the requisite hyper-attentiveness while attending to daily routines.

Given our interactions with various mega-populations, to date, it’s fairly easy to derive the basic implications of life in such communities.


However, we’re new to such interactions and still have much to learn.        


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