From a chat group I belong to…-A.M.
Before I explain, a most humbling threshold was to see the heroic work of women who travel to dangerous parts of the globe to work with and help disadvantaged peoples. Often alone, facing disease and male anger, they continued under circumstances that most machos would flee.
For me, first contact with aliens (explicit, detailed telepathic) was both awesome and fascinating. At times my hair stood up but it wasn’t fear. The aliens were so intelligent, humble and helpful – offering diagrammatic introductions to unknown subjects, challenging me (and other humans) to think further at a time when I, myself, was most imperfect and in need of better understandings. The aliens later offered critiques of abductors, rather than patronize and use humans (as gray alignment aliens do). It was THE defining threshold of my life. It was soon clear that they communicated via the mind’s ability to contour scalars to resonate nearly instantly across great distances.
Some years later, after I’d done more research and had begun to write about aliens, the same aliens decided to move the understanding much further out. After an admission about billions of years old populations that originated before our 13.7 billion year notion of a beginning to the universe, they proceeded to challenge old notions of physics, implicitly suggesting the both the universe and the everyday physics around us cycle more deeply and subtly into a kind of dark energy/ dark matter background. At the time, I called them “hyperversal&q
Years later, still, when a 130 million year old population of Milky Way aliens was made explicit, reported to live on roughly 1200 planets, I was humbled to see how patiently and carefully they wove their communications and helpful information into human interactions. Believe it or not, I quickly noted their existence in my notes but it was many months before I returned to the subject and began to write detailed information about them. They were deftly complemented by an older, billions of years old population that apparently lives in the Milky Way environment and has helped with years of detailed expose of gray alignment crimes. They get nothing from us. They appear to have no material ambitions here, yet they clearly think that a colonizing incursion in this galaxy by an overgrown population from a distant galaxy (Verdants and their cohorts) would be dangerous for the local ecology.
At intervals, the communications of alien females was most humbling. They are gentler than alien males in a way that is analogous to humankind (albeit subtler, given the advances already made among populations that travel and study other alien societies). Often among the best of minds, everywhere. When contending with manipulative, domineering gray alignment males, I would sometimes note that the comments had been male, then male, then male, then male – on and on, in order to demonstrate the sometimes narrow-minded, manipulative character of same.
Finally, and I’m skipping over so much that I’ll wish I’d taken time to remember more, came a profound, new (for humans) threshold about which much more will soon be written. From my new book (in progress) After Contact and Conflict:
Equalization Thresholds and Alt-Universal Cycling
In the past, human remote sensers met with difficulties when trying to investigate gray alignment aliens and their activities here. For example, when I was investigating the crimes and complicity of older aliens who work with Verdants and sometimes accompany them (aliens referred to as “three ellipticals hyperversals” in my book Alien Mind), the older aliens tried to thwart my/our remote probing. Here’s how that feels. As is noted in previous chapters, to remotely sense Verdants is relatively easy if one is careful, but the older aliens predate Verdants by billions of years. Since they circulate on a larger scale, they configure their gravitic energy (and psychotronics) so that they cycle inwardly while resonating outwardly on an entire Virgo galaxy supercluster scale, if not slightly larger. In other words, to dilute the delta t (energy and time-speeding) effect of their gravitic technologies, they contour their systems to resonate on a vastly larger scale. They also use that larger-scale resonance to veil their technologies and sometimes overpower less evolved aliens. *This doesn’t mean they control the entire Virgo supercluster of galaxies. Instead, evidence suggests they’re merely a limited population out on its fringe.
So, humans unfamiliar with such systems will experience what feels like a converged and canceled out energy shell surrounding the older, Verdant-abetting alien(s). It’s as though there’s a numbness, a stilling of your own mind resonance when you try to remotely probe the older aliens (which results in a lack of detail). Compared to Verdants, who tend to configure their energy cycling on a mere galaxy scale, the older aliens’ activities seemed harder to probe. As a result, the older aliens acted as though they expected impunity here, i.e. they approved Verdant crimes and communicated with us as though we had little choice but to accept their preferences (which, in the past, have included Verdant sabotage and planet kills). After a few years’ experience with the older aliens, I was able to sense a sharply limited, singular quality in their communications and their gravitic energy cycling. To a beginner it’s not so obvious, but after years of contending with and remotely scanning out their systems, I could see that arrogance had bred a smugness in them which, over time, resulted in a tightly guarded, essentially closed community. By taking too many planets, by not respecting the universal equivalency between populations they had fallen into a trap. Whether they realized it or not, they were limited by their own presumption.
In order to communicate and interact with each other, the old, Verdant-abetting aliens seek maximum range and scope in their distant galaxy group (reportedly Centaurus A), which fluctuates in relation to its galaxies’ central black holes (and other, deeper dimension). They orient themselves and their evacuated shell mentality, their version of group mind, in direct relation to the gravitic resonance of their galaxy group’s central black holes, the sheer hierarchical scheme of it all. They seek to dominate; hence they place themselves at the center of consideration. It’s as though, by growing too large as a population and exceeding their ability to sustain themselves, by going out to dominate and control other worlds, they lapse into a distorted, marginally lower order of mind—although they don’t discern it as such.
When a person skilled in remote sensing encounters, then studies offending aliens of the sort, he or she must remotely inflate beyond their physical bounds—fluctuating through and beyond their limitations. It’s as though your mind steps out at (figurative) right angles to their bunched up, corrupted way of thinking. Due to the tightly condensed nature of gravitics (which cause distant parts of the universe to not feel so distant), when you remotely sense their mind network it appears as though it hovers ever so slightly above a kind of event horizon (it’s discrete and contained). So when you look back through and beyond them, what you see (and they don’t see) is that their core assumptions are trapped within a singular condition. That singular limitation isn’t merely figurative metaphor. Instead, it’s due to the gravitics of their mind-network systems. As one Verdant explained to journalist Phillip Krapf, their long distance hyperspace travel cycles through black hole singularities in a way that’s non-direct and non-linear, faster-than-
As a result, when you study offending aliens of the sort, you see that their minds and interactions are limited to a dark sub-condition in hyperspace. What you see is that their thoughts are too darkly bunched up, when compared to finer, more active minds in hyperspace. When seen from outside, the worst alien offenders bark their fixed and coldly predatory, implicit threats and presumptions back and forth across the resonance space of their galaxy center black hole. To do this, they must fix their attention on the deeper singular nature of their environment (their black hole, a dark energy center), which, through gravitic cycling, pulls them all together. The illusion, for them, is that it all seems to be unified and defended (singular), hence it is good, theirs. Meanwhile, if you simply feel around, in the nature all around you is a categorically more detailed pattern of slightly dark fluctuations finely threaded into a greater kind of light both in and through hyperspace–
So, how can that actually happen in real-world(s) scientific terms? Gravitic resonance tightly and discretely ties all deeper quantum fluctuations (all those canceled-out wave functions in every quantum and in seemingly “empty” space) to all singularities in any given part of the universe. Which is why, as Eldon Byrd, PhD and other researchers suggest, gravitics resonate from one location to any distant location nearly instantly. On a cosmic scale, all gravitic energy can connect to the universe’
To return to the problem outlined on the previous page, I first encountered the larger shell-like resonance of the Verdant-related old aliens when they tried thwart to my investigation of their complicity in Verdant crimes. Although they were usually polite, they tried to hide aspects of the Verdant intervention here that humans must know in order to simply survive. I was starkly outmatched, so I backed off and tried to analyze the situation. Meanwhile, sympathetic Milky Way aliens complemented by a helpful billions-of-
To even begin on a solution, I was challenged to study maps of nearby galaxies and the Virgo supercluster, then study the atlasoftheuniverse.
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In reply, one of the old, Verdant-abetting aliens made disparaging remarks about the Virgo supercluster entity as though he and his population were frustrated with Virgo and wanted humans to consider their Verdant alignment as an alternative to integration within the Virgo supercluster (Virgo is a cosmically more urbane mix of populations)
So, in a nutshell, I realized that in order to interact with safer, non-intrusive aliens, we would have to exceed the meddling of the old aliens who steer and aid Verdant expansion. When one faces seemingly impossible challenges yet realizes there’s no choice but to resolve them, persistence and patience find a way. Clearly, there are many good, modest aliens willing to help us. All I had to do was study how a space contoured to be larger than the entire Virgo supercluster resonated (its information capacity, the terms and disposition of aliens already working on that scale, and the rapidity, texture, and detail of mind resonance therein). Weird as it may sound, it’s as though the singular gravitics of the old aliens’ network acts like a gravity lens because, if you place the contour of your scalar mind resonance an extra measure beyond that network, it bends and focuses the sites and information around it so that you can sense all that is beyond, between, and even marginally within that network (in vast, quickly fluctuating totality). Again, this occurs like the quantum mirage model of resonance discussed in previous chapters because it fluctuates larger, entire shell-spaces of space (and information) rapidly around it. The only question was, how large a space was I resonating into?
Given that the ultimate nature of such resonance is universal, I was awed yet cautious. I was curious about the terms of mind(s) on so vast a scale, the general mentality. Although I didn’t realize it at the time, by contouring a double horizon around that network (or around any space) I was encountering an alt-restructuring of time. I was resonating across entire spaces within spaces in a way that has vastly greater information capacity (i.e. cycling more deeply into the past and also skipping across vastly greater expanses in an alt-textured, tortuous way). It was like feeling into a vastly more evolved, intelligent parameter, albeit one that fluctuates more rapidly and faintly than what I’d noticed previously. We’ll discuss this realm of resonance (and existence) in later pages.
For now, suffice it to say that to broadly contour (or think via) double horizons beyond an immediate space involves tightly reverse-streaming time directions (which physicists call “advance wave functions”
If you’re wondering how broad, double horizons could possibly involve alternate directions in time, consider the following. General relativity theory predicts that wormholes would allow time travel. Indeed, Caltech physicist Kip Thorne suggests that anything that enters one accelerated end of a wormhole will exit the other, stationary end of the wormhole at a time that occurred before its entry. Since gravitics essentially resonate via a slightly deeper wormhole structuring (hyperspace)
So, why am I even discussing this? It clearly proves that we can be part of a more advanced and intelligent universe than was previously thought possible. The large-scale spaces that encompass galaxy superclusters also pose real, vital solutions to our current dilemma. 1. Rather than pose a sharply flaring dropoff or an increasingly abrupt, high energy volatility, galaxy supercluster contours (and in a related sense, entire galaxies) pose subdued, gentle equalization thresholds (a kind of equivalency)
So, a fantastic, planet-saving irony of large-scale equalization thresholds is that they allow for discrete interactions apart from alien predators. Interactions on that scale (or characterized by the double or further horizon physics of same) are the big leagues, the varsity of alien interactions. Overall, gravitics effectively group like minds together, i.e. when offenders steal and destroy in order to compete with other predators, whether they realize it or not, they group themselves with such predators. Conversely, finer minds resonate with a greater variety of modest minds in the universe. You quickly get better at recognizing the difference between good aliens and predators when you see how they compare, in a larger context. For now, the safest survival strategy for humankind is to have nothing, whatsoever, to do with gray alignment offenders – to not fall into their hole by communicating with them. They clearly know they don’t belong here, which may be why they err so destructively (knowing they can always go back to where they came from).
(end of excerpt) Double horizon/equalizatio