Our Pending Merger with Andromeda
At present the Milky
Way and Andromeda approach one another at the same rate that a
smaller galaxy, the Large Magellenic Cloud,
recedes from the Milky Way. So, aliens of the Milky Way and
Andromeda face a future crisis if they don't reduce
Some planets will die due to their
closeness to the newly-formed giant elliptical galaxy's
hot center. Scientists say that in a large elliptical galaxy, you
could read a newspaper at night by the starlight. Other
planets will be obliterated by a violent
hypernova when the two
galaxies' central black holes merge. Some stars and
planets will move out to a more habitable distance near the merged
galaxy's central dust-lane perimeter (if one develops there, of
Over billions of years we
may intermix with other alien populations in
search of a common solution. Of course, it's possible that the newly
merged galaxy will face a shortage of habitable
planets for some 10-100 million years, after which time an abundance
of light and terra-forming may allow at least
Verdants apparently failed to manage their affairs according to larger supercluster norms. As a result, we, the populations of neighboring galaxy groups, now face the consequences. The Verdant-gray abduction and breeding program may be a threat to our basic, independent sovereignty, if not our galactic ecology. Ironically, the Verdants don't appear to be a case of unavoidable need. Instead, they seem to spread for reasons of power and control, to please themselves and perpetuate an elitist lifestyle.
Meanwhile, they play to the crowd
by saying that they enforce a universal ecology and
a ban on weaponization of interstellar space. In reply, their
critics argue that a population of 500 trillion Verdants
may be the worst kind of ecological violator and that Verdant
interventions prematurely militarize some evolving
If true, the report, which was witnessed by numerous humans, means that our sister spiral Andromeda has successfully repelled the Verdant incursion by collectively informing emergent populations about the Verdant population/resource problem. Given that we're due to merge with Andromeda, the Milky Way is probably also organized to limit Verdant planet taking here, also.
* Various native Milky Way and other
aliens report that such is the case - again, with a tone of urgency
re our predicament.
There are undoubtedly others. Although we humans have no choice in our own reproductive strategy at present, we may opt for a mixed strategy in the future: partly cloned and party sexual in order to maintain our physical stamina and a diverse gene pool, as some aliens advise.
Aliens offer commentary on the subject
regularly. In a sense, religious beliefs about
separating sexual urges from our higher analytical faculties may
have a universal basis. Aliens suggest that we
should at least parallel our thinking in terms that are higher
dimensional and non-sexual if we want to know what is
going on among the more advanced communities surrounding us.
Within the Verdant structure, itself, the attitude is essentially holier-than-thou, albeit not at all religious, in that Verdants appear to have managed the history of the gray population to make the grays non-sexual and passively obedient. In fact, quite a bit of chatter surrounds the subject.
Verdants sometimes boast of the
accomplishment, as if to rationalize their own
reproductive excess in terms of having compelled lesser aliens to
humble themselves. Verdants tend to argue that
their intervention here can be excused in terms of a need to move
humans toward non-sexual alternatives.
Other aliens advise that humans
have plenty of time to consider various options within our currently
crowded galaxy, given that we haven't yet mastered the basics of
The Verdants, like other advanced mega-populations, verge on a Type III status, but there's a fly in the ointment.
Negative energy dynamics
suggest that an overuse of electrogravity by too many planets would
marginally speed the clock on surrounding
galaxies and deplete their energy lifetime. In the Verdant case,
this poses a conundrum - with large-scale political
This was (remotely) shown to humans in the context of a galaxy-wide collective security arrangement, with a warning that "federation aliens" may try to compete with, or violate the system. The towers were also reported by professionally trained human remote viewers in Jim Marrs' book Alien Agenda.
Other aliens' discussions about the given mega-population suggest that some native populations remain independent of the coalition, yet nonetheless ascribe to a larger collective security convention integrating most of the galaxy's native populations.
The triangular-shaped TR-3B
(click images left) reportedly uses a rapidly rotating torus of super-conducting mercury plasma that circles the widest possible radius
within the craft. As it rotates due to magnetic
induction, the plasma is electromagnetically activated to move in a
spiraling pattern, which induces a negative energy gradient as it
spirals - providing the lift for the TR-3B.
According to former Air Force careerist Charles Hall, an alien population called "the tall whites" has been granted a small base in the southeast corner of Nellis Air Force range (Nevada) and has helped the US shadow regime develop nuclear thrusters, which don't provide the lift but merely move the TR-3B laterally at low altitudes.
In three books written on the subject, Hall meticulously details how, for years, he interacted at close range with the tall whites on the Nellis range under the direction of a four star Air Force general, who reportedly allowed the tall whites to kill US airmen if they frightened the tall whites by approaching them.
Hall reports that when problems arose, the tall
whites had a direct line to the general in the Pentagon!
The tall whites look
exactly like humans but are taller, with large wrap-around eyes and
pale white skin. Tall whites claim to be an
independent population that just happens to look like we do---an
unlikely irony, given what we know about biological
diversity. The tall whites appear to have been engineered, perhaps
by the IFSP (Intergalactic Federation of
Sovereign Planets), to be used for an alternative approach to the US
As Budd Hopkins and David Jacobs PhD suggest, the
abductors' intervention has been allowed to proceed far beyond what
was originally surmised. However, don't expect an admission from
within the US government in this regard. Pride and greed have gained
the upper hand there, for the moment.
The larger the
expanse of empty space across the torus' central
radius, the finer and tighter is the negative energy gradient used
for electrogravity, which is consistent with quantum
cosmology (wherein the larger and more cosmic the phenomena, the
more tightly it can be linked to sub-quantum
This could pose a threat to other galaxies for two reasons.
Verdant energy needs may
now exceed those described in Kardashev's Type III category, causing Verdants to
marginally tap into the
energy cycle of surrounding galaxies.
However, if I'm not mistaken, non-IFSP (Intergalactic Federation of Sovereign Planets) aliens comprise the larger part of N4945's populations.
Probing of the sort relies on a mixed convergence of other aliens' awareness, plus a non-local information quality that "spools out," as the Verdants say, between all of the places to which Verdants and other aliens have traveled. Probing also relies on the prober's ability to gather information from unsuspecting Verdants.
This is all done in accordance with a universal
transparency regarding cases of the sort. (see my later
section on how to locate aliens and "see" their electrogravity
There's abundant evidence that Verdants try to stifle criticism of Verdant activities. I've personally witnessed this many times, but there is an ironic twist in such doings.
As is described below, when a
given Verdant attempts to stifle other aliens within
the IFSP, the act can also impair the given Verdant. Worse yet,
Verdant tendencies of the sort may jeopardize Verdant relations with more advanced, hyperversal aliens, the consequences of which the
Verdants don't fully realize at this relatively early time in their
evolution (when compared to hyperversals).
Such messages are
subtly fractioned, yet are repeated in a
marginally hypnotic way in order to silence others. Verdant
technological and information predominance is posed
heavy-handedly in order to humble other onboard aliens and condition
the context in which any criticisms might
arise. At times, this reminds me of the pushiness of small town
squires (in the larger supercluster context).
That is a kind of gratification through
intellectual stultification, and raises questions about
the corrupt use of
psychotronic technology toward such ends.
The following may sound weird, but I've observed it many times in testy interactions with Verdants:
As a result, normally scientific Verdants make basic, avoidable mistakes.
They fail to distinguish between the observer (the Verdant individual) and the more universal terms of the observation. Instead, a fractioned jumble of internal messages distort the manipulator's ability for clear, dispassionate observation.
Coupled with a "freeze" on sentience,
plus a dessication of emotion that occurs in very
long-lived Verdants, the result can be both ugly and prejudicial. In
the worst cases, such conditioning can affect the
reasoning of more than one observing Verdant. It becomes a
group-think phenomenon, which can lead to coldly
impersonal bullying and stifled, if not mousy conformity.
In basic negative energy
terms, this can manifest as negatively-cycled
insecurity or bias, both among, and between like-minded Verdants, a
potential barrier to clear-headed analysis.
Such moments underscore non-IFSP aliens' warnings that the social
psychology of some aliens hasn't necessarily
paralleled their technological advancements.
Some humans are easily duped this way because psychotronically recorded samples of the
victim's past thoughts can be replayed to confuse the human, however
jarring and out of place such thoughts may
seem, at the moment. This type of behavior is but one kind of
diversion intended to frustrate a target people's ability
to defend themselves against an alien intervention.
In other words, an offending collective's marginally political "oneness" of mind can be narrow and domineering, inflexible if not mechanistic. More about this later.
* Readers should remember that a typical alien economy is more
equally shared, or collectivized, than that of
Earth. Some aliens don't use money, for example. One population, the
Elders, say they use energy credits, instead.
Part of the problem is due to Verdant presumption of superiority and Verdant desire for strict hierarchical control, part may be due to a given Verdant's sexually-conditioned assumptions as contrasted with those of non-sexual aliens (the universal standard).
In interactions with humans, care must be taken to preserve the anonymity of conscientiously resonating IFSP aliens, given the Verdant disposition. So, protect your sources, should you ever develop any. They're part of a larger web of interactions that outside populations must sometimes work to keep alive and active.
Females, dissidents (who are hard to find outwardly), non-Verdants,
and non-sexuals within the IFSP seem to be the best hope for future
When outright lies become the official party line, subcultures of corruption go unchallenged.
For example, Krapf quotes Verdants as
saying that they don't directly intervene in
the affairs of a planet like Earth, which appears to be a lie. Some Verdants skilled at deception are clearly promoted
within the IFSP's colonial resource sections, while those who would
challenge such behaviors can be excluded from
Imagine, for example, the Verdant past:
Verdants admit to having precipitated the deaths of entire planets, deliberately
Such doings do not make for gentle, open-minded democracy.
Instead, they would lead to further oppression, causing some Verdants to indulge their sexual fantasies while cultivating bizarre extremes of cruelty and corruption on a target planet so that no one on the target planet can ever say,
Worse yet, by scheming ecological sabotage in order to gain
control over target planets, Verdants can
dominate the trade in biological materials and tout their
biologically lush home planet, "Verdant," as a rare paradise,
in contrast to failures like the grays.
One Verdant told Krapf that that has been the scheme of some past interventions (probably featuring Verdants who suffered a kind of "Munchhausen's syndrome" like that of healthcare workers who poison or injure patients to feel important during a crisis).
* I've witnessed
some Verdants behaving in such a manner, here,
during their current intervention. Verdants are fallible, prone to
age-related psychological conditions that humans
are only beginning to understand. Ultimately, due to bureaucratic
pressures and the vagaries of empire, Verdants
may try to steer human "globalization" toward a criminal empire of
deeply infiltrated elites, then drive the demon
toward an ecological brink.
However, given their technological superiority, Verdants could remotely activate such chips for Big Brother-like control and monitoring, should they choose to do so. Some grays are dependents and don't criticize the Verdants openly.
The best that they can do is
resonate weakly, given their predicament. At times, Verdants appear to abuse the grays' rights and sensitivities to keep
them from telling humans that Verdant intervention may have
precipitated the death of the once-habitable gray planet.
By infiltrating the human population in order to take advantage of us, and by encouraging crimes of various sorts through remote manipulations and the breeding program, Verdants perpetuate a failure-prone strategy, perhaps a relic of some past Verdant debacle.
Please remember, the Verdants are but one among a vast variety of different populations and are by no means predominant along this side of the Virgo supercluster (click above image), although Verdant propaganda pretends otherwise.
The stated distinction of being "the only" colonizer gives Verdants an excess of resources in the short term but tends to corrupt their lifestyle and decision-making process.
As a result, the Verdant model could easily be a long-term failure. Once a larger collective security arrangement forms to counter the Verdants (the only logical alternative), Verdants won't be able to sustain their wasteful lifestyle. Competing aliens suggest that a collective security convention has already cohered within the galaxy groups of our vicinity.
Competing aliens say that Verdants have
squandered vital resources prematurely and may have retarded Verdant
evolution by limiting themselves to the
cobbling together of disparate, fledgling populations for specious
gain. Verdants admit that they've also compromised their own
intelligence by reverting to sexuality.
They also register caution
and envy regarding more advanced "hyperversal" aliens of much longer
duration. Assuming that Verdant
adventurers may have been humbled by Virgo (or other) aliens,
Verdants could have a grudge motive for
expansion here, along Virgo's far edge. Again, from the perspective
of the larger non-sexual universal standard,
frustrated sexuals like the Verdants can be dangerous.
The Verdant population has grown so large and unwieldy that it's hard for a given Verdant to see the whole, so to speak. Seemingly infantile propaganda and artifice prevail, allowing disparate sub-regimes to use the IFSP (Intergalactic Federation of Sovereign Planets) format as they choose without adequate law enforcement.
Worse yet are reports that some Verdants rationalize their corruption in terms of different social and legal structures on lesser, non-Verdant conscript planets.
For example, when a large Verdant ship arrives at a place like Earth, the ship is filled with aliens from a variety of IFSP planets. Whose laws prevail under such circumstances?
Given that the craft is far from its legitimate domain, no single population onboard is sovereign, hence a tacit kind of lawlessness can arise. Aging Verdants dwell upon a lack of international and interplanetary law on Earth, while tending to abductions and criminal manipulations that might land a Verdant in jail back on an older Verdant planet.
Here in an alien galaxy, however, Verdants feel free to do as they choose among relatively primitive
but exotic humans. Far from the eyes of the Verdant galaxy's
authorities, dangerous impulses go unchecked because no one is there
to stop them.
Given the larger concern about Verdant greed
and population excess, galaxies like the
Milky Way must work to prevent Verdants from doing what they appear
to have done in the gray case, for example. Few here want a
proliferation of hybrid offshoots, coupled with planet-killing
excess. Such behaviors tend to militarize, despite the Verdant
pretension to do otherwise.
Why would they do that?
The smaller and more corrupt the elite who controls alien issues here, the easier it is for Verdants to keep such issues secret in order to influence their outcome.
Given their technological
superiority, Verdants aren't challenged by human defenses, so
secrecy allows Verdants to act with near impunity.
aggressively monetarizing the economy in favor of
predatory, short-term gain, they tilt the economy in favor of
ecological ravages and economic disasters among non-industrial nations that depend on
predatory lenders, like
themselves, for credit. Such an economy is massively
destructive because it's premised on a complete fiction: invented
monetary numbers that are in no way correlated to
competent management of resources.
Try as they might,
such nations can't repay the loans, which force them to raise prices
of vital goods and sell off major assets like
power, water and land, driving them further into debt and making
life almost intolerable at street level. In the end,
entire nations are compelled to sign away the right to plant seeds
that their ancestors developed, forced to beg for
credit so that they can be further compromised by the IFSP's direct
operatives (one of whom is the American Borghia, the other a
perennial, Federal Reserve-owning schemer in Europe) and other
Mass extinctions accelerate, fisheries fail and the planet's
biological resources are merely written off as road-kill.
Meanwhile, such resources are our only security against the
predations of those like the IFSP (Intergalactic Federation of
Solutions of the sort can't be
implemented by corporations, which are required by
to devote themselves to short-term efficacy, a
disastrous, if not universally incompetent kind of economics.
Obviously, they don't want humans to organize a
healthy, independent alternative to their intervention. Instead,
they may want to destabilize humankind through a
cascading series of crises that play into the hands of the IFSP,
which has already cut various secret deals with a
corrupt regime here.
IFSP operatives may push humankind toward a crisis that pits elite actors against elected governments, rich against poor, the technologically advanced against those who still plow their fields with oxen.
In order to achieve their ends, IFSP
operatives would have to lurk among the most corrupt of humans.
For example, here on Earth, IFSP aliens like the grays are assigned the busywork of abductions, failed genetic experiments and other manipulations, perhaps to simply occupy their time and keep them from straying from the IFSP fold.
No doubt old Verdant
propaganda routines are useful in this regard.
However, the more dated and deceptive the propaganda, the worse will
be the extinction of sensitivities among Verdants who organize
IFSP dirty work here. In the end, such Verdants become coldly detached and skeptical,
Such reports raise a basic question: Was the original gray population regarded in similarly dehumanizing terms or was the situation more complex, involving Verdant expansion motives, for example? Cold as they may seem, Verdant schemes that kills conscript planets like the original gray world (or Earth) may be seen as smoothing the way for total Verdant control of the vicinity.
By eliminating, or manipulating the elimination of,
potential critics, IFSP installations and surrogate populations
would largely go unchallenged. In the end, the Verdants expand their
Some Verdants see only what fits into their colonial
viewpoint and discard the rest because it doesn't
agree with their propaganda. Meanwhile, non-direct, non-"physical"
remote sensing (of a more advanced, non-IFSP
sort) easily exceeds the angry, overbearing Verdant perspective. It
goes right through them in a way that suggests
the non-locality of a greater negative energy (or alternative)
Ironically, a typical Verdant's remote sensing tends to radiate outward also, while more
advanced societies on a much larger, collective
security scale can sense both inwardly and outwardly, changing
perspective nearly instantly and literally changing
body in a nearly non-physical sense. Indeed, the challenge for more
advanced aliens is to remain humble enough
to not be themselves, so much, but be the larger, more varied and
sometimes enigmatic (sometimes squalid) commonality, a nearly
For humans, the critical independent message is to not
cede Earth's surroundings to a resource-hungry
empire like that of the Verdants, to beware IFSP (Intergalactic Federation of
Sovereign Planets) attempts to
manipulate humans into ecological desperation.
Although human denial of IFSP ambitions here will initially be seen as a setback for the Verdants, it should eventually be regarded as part of a better ecology along this fringe of the Virgo supercluster.
It should also
help Verdants learn to humble themselves and their material
ambitions (which aren't moderated at any one time, but
are conditioned by a larger succession of planetary evolutions).
After all, a higher order of mind is increasingly less "physical" and requires a greater humbling of any and all kind.
there have been mass human casualties of the IFSP intervention.
Verdants have to acknowledge the harm that they've done, along with their claim to have manipulated changes in human
society. We now see them, mid-stride, trying
to salvage a failing, propaganda-heavy foreign policy. For them, planet Earth is analogous to the US intervention in
Vietnam, albeit vastly more distant.
century must be one of knowledge, rather than uninformed belief and
Presumably, this would be most noticeable on a galaxy supercluster scale, but would extend into all other, surrounding communities.
In order to secure a peaceful solution to the Verdant case, the supercluster ecology would have to be effected both within the Verdant IFSP, and in all surrounding communities.
Humility and forbearance would be required to achieve a solution.
Inter-dimensioning of the sort would require a sensitivity to collective considerations of various sorts. Why? Because for any population, regardless of their duration and technological level, there are limitations.
Humans aren't the only ones who must adapt to the needs of other kind.