The Verdants

How Aliens View Us

If you get nothing else out of this book, please, remember the following.

To extraterrestrials, who comprise the vast majority of intelligent life in this universe, you are an alien. Humans are but one kind in a huge catalogue of others. Some alien populations may have compiled catalogues of millions of intelligent species, conceivably more. If and when aliens begin (or began) to electronically/electrogravitically copy other aliens’ catalogues of the sort, the number of entries could increase exponentially.


Depending on the nature of the overlap between galaxies, there could easily be catalogues of trillions of species, or more. In more advanced circles, there could be a shared kind of Universal Report, a complex news briefing that spans incredible distances and puts our national broadcasts to shame. Rather than dwell upon the affairs of one’s own small planet, such aliens could check on the science and doings of other systems, ranging freely and diversely.

Aliens have specifically stated that faster-than-light communications are a given among more advanced societies. Nearly instantaneous capacities may be possible, as one native group of Milky Way aliens reported, once electrogravity towers have been installed and correlated to form a widespread network. Towers use the iron core of a planet as a capacitor, which stores up and releases charge (or electrogravity) without need for wires. There may also be non-tower alternatives. *Thus far, no aliens have reported the ability to “physically” travel great distances, i.e. hundreds of light years, instantaneously.


The fastest published report on the subject was logged by Los Angeles Times journalist Phillip Krapf, who says that the Verdants, a group of aliens with whom he has interacted, can travel at a rate that is one million times the speed of light, using what they call “flicker drive” (a kind of electrogravity, apparently). Readers may be encouraged to note that the aliens Krapf describes say that they’re only 229 million years more advanced, technologically, than are humans. Older, more advanced alien populations may be much more capable.

Although, for fairly obvious reasons, most of the aliens reportedly catalogued by human authorities stand upright and walk on two feet, some look very different than a human. Brain appears to have triumphed over brawn—in every case. Cranial capacity has been expanded and body mass reduced, for ecological reasons. So, generally speaking, technologically advanced aliens will likely have large heads and relatively efficient bodies. Such appearances, along with different skin colors and body heights can be startling to a human, at least initially. On larger planets with heavy gravity, stocky bodies may endure, i.e. Stefan Denaerde’s remarkable report about Iarga—just 10 light years from Earth.

It helps to remember that we probably look as weird to them as they do to us---with one minor exception. When they visit here, they clearly know that our kind exists. They’ve studied humans and human history. We’re an open book, as far as they’re concerned. Most of our data, all of our books going to press and all of our electronic communications can be lifted, using electrogravity, and recorded. Think in terms of Moore’s law (new computers double their capacity every 18-24 months). By now, aliens are able to store the sum total of human electronic data, then file and correlate it compactly.

As other authors have suggested, we should be careful not to generalize about all aliens. There is great diversity among off-world life forms. Some may be notably more advanced than others, yet humans (and aliens) must forever be studied and vigilant in their assessment of any given world, or combination of worlds. Aliens, too, can make mistakes.

As one might expect, time and time again, aliens have proven vulnerable to psychological error. They make very human-seeming errors. Some humans will be disappointed to learn about certain off-world regimes that control their populations through fear and other, more subtle kinds of intimidation. In some cases, rather than being corrected over time, specious impulses have been cultivated, if not institutionalized within a limited number of overgrown alien populations—one of which (Verdants—from another galaxy) literally describes itself as “colonizers.” However, in each case of the sort, finer-minded independent civilizations grow up in surrounding systems and offer a critique of such offenders. Clearly, humans can choose to emulate a better strategy.

It helps to remember that, in some multi-galactic neighborhoods, there may be a kind of bully, a population that’s both feared and organized against—due to the given population’s excesses. Some populations of the sort may have developed in relative isolation or amid a heated galactic competition, a competition that, in the bully’s case, results in a repressive bureaucracy—for defensive reasons. Sadly to say, some such bureaucracies have reportedly lingered, long after the perceived external threat abated. According to various aliens’ reports, the end result can be a subtly disguised bias against other species, a presumption of superiority; an epic kind of wastefulness. What begins as a defensive mobilization ends up as a self-serving apparatus intended to boost the given population’s lifestyle above and beyond that of all local competitors.

Sound familiar?

This puts the burden of correction on the surrounding populations, who, in turn, must waste precious resources in a concerted attempt to either ward off, or correct the burgeoning offender. Ultimately, inter-galactic agreements must arise in order to do so, i.e. on a galaxy supercluster level (thousands of galaxies). Even then, there can be obstacles: hyper-advanced regimes on a larger scale that can tend toward repression of individual sensitivities and seek to control populations of lesser duration. Among the more aged aliens in such regimes’ security services (some of whom can be thousands of years old, if not more, hence extremely de-sensitized) the need to control others can be destructive and rigidly compulsive in character. We need to be careful with regimes that tend to run on autopilot due to advanced, albeit subtly-mechanized idealizations of thought. Sometimes, due to age and mind-numbing experiences, they seem to run out of creative impulses and lapse into defensiveness, coupled with reflexive observation.

Based upon what we now know, we can expect to see neighborhoods that, at times, are stressed in ways that literally tax the human imagination. For example, the Milky Way lies just along the outer fringe of the Virgo supercluster of galaxies. Virgo contains about 2000 galaxies, compared to the 3 spiral galaxies (plus 14 smaller irregulars and 17 yet smaller ellipticals) in the Milky Way’s local group of galaxies. Smack in the middle of the Virgo supercluster (not a large supercluster—as superclusters go) is the galaxy M-87 (click below image), a giant elliptical galaxy containing about 1.3 trillion suns’ worth of mass. The Milky Way is less than one-fifth as big, in comparison. Over time, M-87 has apparently gobbled up smaller galaxies, causing a bizarrely destructive “hyper-nova” explosion whenever M-87’s massive central black hole swallowed a smaller galaxy’s central black hole.

So, in the center of Virgo is a giant galaxy (M-87) that is both too hot, and too dangerous to support all of the populations of the galaxies that M-87 ate, so to speak. Surrounding galaxies would be expected to accommodate a number of refugees, to share the burden more widely. Also within Virgo, i.e. running along what is called the Markarian Chain of galaxies (click below image) are numerous other large ellipticals that would, by now, have required a similar cooperation. As a result, we can reasonably predict that galaxy superclusters are:

  • either intense war zones, which would be both undesirable and ecologically unsustainable (hence considerably less likely over time),

  • or we can predict that they begin to organize into a greater kind of commonality, which, although stressed at times, more accurately reflects the larger universal ecology for one obvious reason: most of the galaxies in our universe are found in galaxy superclusters.

Alien sources say that large-scale cooperation is the norm and that superclusters are carefully monitored as to ecological outcomes. Given the prohibitive energy and environmental costs of war involving advanced alien technologies, full-scale conflict is reportedly rare. However, disputes can arise, which presumably deepens the movement toward larger, collective alternatives and legal arrangements.

In the end, the social prism through which humans view themselves will affect the way that humans both judge, and prepare to interact with off-world populations. But what about the more capable alien judgment of humans, in return? If humans try to weaponize interstellar space in order leap out and grab the planets of neighboring star systems, humans can expect to either suffer their own internal contradictions, or possibly perish prematurely due to elite-driven environmental failures, some of which could involve the misuse of electrogravity. In such a scenario, aliens would be less likely to advise on how to use electrogravity correctly.

Further dangers lie in the submergence of a US black budget regime from public view. By pretending that it can play both good cop (by interacting with aliens in an exclusively military-industrial fashion), and, at the same time, play bad cop (by casually shooting down numerous alien craft in order to scavenge them), it could endanger our survival as a planet. When a relatively backward human structure of the sort gets its hands on technology that alien neighbors cannot trust will be used safely, a basic judgment is in order: should the planet be gently revolutionized, or should it be “allowed” to perish—before it becomes too dangerous? In later pages, the topic will be discussed in specific detail, including direct quotes by various aliens.

The main point to be conveyed at this juncture is that aliens are fallible; they make mistakes. The fact will be denied by those who insist that every interaction with off-world visitors is a spiritual awakening, a cosmic kind of homecoming. I’ve argued with otherwise intelligent adults who insist that those seemingly good “gray” aliens don’t do harmful abductions, they don’t collude with black budget elements in the USA, they aren’t part of an attempt to play both sides of the human fence off of each other for their federation’s political and resource purposes. I’ve debated one well-educated researcher (R.B.) who, despite noting missing time after which he found nasal implants and newly formed scoop marks in his flesh (the result of an abduction), insists that gray-related “federation” aliens have nothing to do with “harmful” abductions and cattle mutilations. *He also said that because such aliens manipulated our genes, they “own” us, in part, and have a right to manipulate us.

Meanwhile, a growing number of qualified researchers, including the late Dr. John Mack, professor of psychiatry at Harvard University, concluded that such aliens appear to be engaged in some sort of breeding program, an attempt to develop human-alien hybrids for yet-unspecified reasons.

*The statements above aren’t intended to demonize grays. Personally, I feel sympathy for them. The loss of their original home planet may have occurred under circumstances that offer humans a vital lesson in off-world political ecology.

Interactions Between Aliens

In order to understand how aliens think about other aliens, we need to bump up the human model of physics, to move it beyond old, pre-quantum notions of locally-defined “things” of a concrete sort. In part, this requires a suspension of some posited (but not proven) assumptions, such as Einstein’s speed of light limitation on propagation. Aliens have both communicated and have demonstrated that their equations don’t agree with the Einstein limit. One explicit example is the pre-noted Elder alien’s suggestion that we need to think more in term of thresholds that marginally ± (plus or minus) exceed the speed of light, negative energy fluctuations that are part of the “negative cycle” described by Elders (and touched upon in Ford and Roman’s Jan. 2000 Scientific American article on negative energy).


Other aliens have suggested that hyper-dynamics of the sort form the basis for faster-than-light communications and large-scale conventions regarding interactions between different alien populations. So, for humans at the present time, Bearden’s writings about electrogravity and *t (how electrogravity changes the flow of time) provide a preliminary window on the science of off-world populations—but are certainly not the last word on the subject.

Since this book is primarily about alien (not human) thinking, the reader should bear in mind that the education of young aliens is different from that of a typical human. Certain advanced concepts like negative energy cycles and non-whole social identity (views the individual as but a fraction of larger social entities) are apparently introduced early in an alien’s education. There’s an obvious, healthy logic in doing so. Given the depth of character and the highly refined sensitivities of most aliens that I, along with others, have interacted with, I’m certain that aliens don’t literally see themselves as mere enumerated fractions, of course.


Humans tend to err more in the externalized numerical direction, i.e. in terms of what social scientists call “masturbatory” notions of elite economy (demeaning behavior that both praises and clears the way for a narrow elite’s economic/sexual opportunity). Humans still propagate the gospel of self interest (separate, whole-numbered identity), a Darwinian detachment that superficially mirrors “the logic” of the animal world.

Aliens frequently ask how humans can do so without realizing that we directly risk the survival of our only planet. Through greater experience, aliens appear to have learned that a failure to plan and control population and resources use can be oppressive, if not fatal to a planet. Who has ever read or heard about alien poor (in the human sense), aliens who lack medical care and access to a good education (functionally, although not necessarily politically)? Of course, there are aliens poor in global resources, especially biological resources, given that some alien planets have reportedly “died,” due to reckless regimes and IFSP (Intergalactic Federation of Sovereign Planets) - like interventions.

Please remember that aliens come from a variety of planets, some of which are second (or later) generation---the place where aliens moved after their old world and/or star effectively died. Some aliens reportedly moved to “terra-formed” extra planets in order to accommodate their expanded numbers. Others now live on fairly dry “rocks” of a sort, smaller planets of brief habitability near dangerously unstable stars. In some cases, aliens reportedly use electrogravity to create a kind of magnetic field and contain an atmosphere on what would otherwise be a lifeless planet. Preliminary alien reports to humans who write on the subject indicate that we’re extremely lucky to live on a biologically mature planet with lush plant and (currently diminishing) animal life.

Again, aliens question why we don’t organize global conventions to protect the remaining species that live here and preserve our planet for “the longest possible” term, to quote one alien (who’s part of a coalition that ties into the Milky Way). By failing to do so, we risk disappointing aliens who might otherwise have been able to both visit and study our ecosystem. Worse yet, there’s a fear among aliens that if we do too much damage to our planet, humans may become a traveling basket case, a homeless population that continues to encroach on other peoples’ future possibilities.


Along with other humans, I hear such statements at various intervals. The character and context of such remarks vary, i.e. Verdant-gray “federation” aliens from a distant galaxy (abductors reported by Phillip Krapf and numerous abductees, among others) who tend to rationalize their manipulation of humankind in such terms, while some other, more ecologically-correct aliens native to the Milky Way (and surrounding entities) tend to remark with less presumption.

One basic reminder before we discuss inter-alien relations further: For humans who begin to interact with aliens, discovery of a vast off-world dynamic full of diversity and new technologies can be humbling, if not confusing. Sometimes the discovery occurs after subtle, seemingly inexplicable hints have appeared, previously. Then, when it finally becomes clear that extraterrestrials do in fact exist (they’re right in front of the beginner’s nose), the implications pose a major challenge. Aliens are exquisitely aware of this, and some (i.e. the colonials noted above) will try to take advantage of the human neophyte by playing on religious themes or the specter of some crazy human reaction to their presence.

Researcher David Jacobs notes that,

“during visualization procedures, such aliens might show an abducteé a multitude of images: atomic explosions, meteorites striking the Earth, the world cracking in half, environmental degradation, ecological disaster, dead people bathed in blood strewn about the landscape, and survivors begging for help. Or the aliens might show abductees images of Jesus, Mary or other religious figures. These images have the effect of being so vivid that abductees think the events ‘really happened’ or they ‘really saw’ the religious figure.”

(The Threat, p. 45)

Such experiences arouse great fear, if not passive obedience to the abductors’ agenda. Other messages may seek to limit reports to other humans in order to buy the given aliens more time to work the larger human-alien interaction in their favor.

In a larger sense, reports about first contact with aliens are vivid and breathtaking. Interactions with aliens tend to revolutionize a person’s thinking. Fantastic, otherworldly possibilities come to mind, along with the awareness that humans aren’t alone. Contacteés say that we can learn how to live more intelligently and peaceably, like aliens do. Strange new ideas about extra dimensions and faster-than-light physics may be communicated, as will ideas about alien worlds and non-human social norms. In almost every case, it soon becomes obvious that alien telepathy is a faster, better way of communicating. Why?

The answer is easy. Language within the mind involves a detailed information structure that branches out and interconnects like an entire tree of meanings. A typical sentence or statement would normally be like a single line upon a leaf. Meanwhile, telepathy conveys a larger and finer, albeit shaded awareness of the entire tree, replete with complex images relating to both past and future implications.

Better yet, telepathy can reach down into the hyper-dimensional structure of time to convey a much broader sense of a subject. This is typically done in flash-like bursts of information, although not in the sense of visual bursts. Instead, aliens seem to have refined their slightly darkened sense of inner vision, the extra dimensions of mind that humans tend to ignore in favor of brighter visual imagery.

Abducteé Jim Sparks told Dr. John Mack about telepathy with an alien. Mack introduces the subject, then quotes Sparks directly:

 “One time an older-appearing, wrinkled being with a large head ‘looked into my eyes and communicated what seemed like over a hundred thoughts… This was done in a split second, which included a separate emotional reaction on my part. I responded in like speed after each transferred statement. This was strange. The speed with which the information was transmitted back and forth overloaded my mind and body.’”

(Passport to the Cosmos, p. 90).

Alien telepathy folds meaning (and imagery) back into, and through itself nearly instantaneously—so that a multiplicity of implications are conveyed. Aliens say that the extra dimensions of negative energy (and electrogravity) allow this to occur. It’s a finer, more vivid kind of thought process and is actually easier than is the old way of thinking.

In other words, through “negative energy” cycling, deeper, highly-condensed (black hole-related) information capacities can fluctuate into atomic or other depths that are “right there,” next to you or inside of you. How are they “black hole-related?” Structurally, right smack in the middle of, and shaping your entire galaxy, plus at “both” ends of time are black holes, the most non-local of non-local phenomena. Of course, a skeptic will say,

“Whoa, wait a minute! Black holes aren’t non-local! We see where they are, contained and discrete.”

But black holes go beyond the Einstein limit. Hawking’s discussions of negative energy show that black holes are bizarrely non-local. They interact to shape the entire universe. Indeed, one of Einstein’s mistakes may have been to assume that there was but one, single kind of gravity. Meanwhile, aliens directly state that there are different kinds of gravity, and that black holes define a vital part of that “negative cycle” discussed in previous pages. (Remember: normal energy curves and moves OUT from atoms, but “negative” energy—like gravity—pulls INWARD, and, at the same time, skips out across deep space multi-directionally.)

So, in hyperspace, your past never really leaves; it cycles back through you, to be accessed as you choose. In the case of outrageous offenders, the past can cycle back through them whether they will it, or not, owing to larger, social conditioning and extra sentience. They can be seen through, in precise detail, by people working for the common good, a higher kind of transparency. Telepathy and remote sensing are sensitivities that human contacteés begin to learn right from the start, often without realizing it. To help illustrate the practice, let’s discuss a closely related human subject.

The new physics of mind is characterized by a kind of transparency, a deeper connectedness within the quantum and/or negative-energy vacuum. Russel Targ, a PhD in physics, tells audiences that during the Cold War he and another famous physics PhD, Hal Puthoff, trained hundreds of CIA persons how to do remote viewing (seeing distant objects, seeing through solid containers, etc. using the mind, not the eyes). Targ and Puthoff trained hundreds within the CIA. Common sense suggests that the US government wouldn’t have paid two PhD’s to train so many people if there were no scientific basis to the procedure. Remote viewing has a demonstrable basis in the weird physics of seemingly “empty” space.

Some of the remote viewing basics that Targ discusses have been known for centuries. Again, Targ says that in order to do remote viewing you need to be able to clear your mind, to make it blank—like a dark, black screen. If you can’t do so, the objects and images (or info) that you try to view remotely will not appear correctly. Targ tells his audiences to be patient and take time. Don’t use your rational, deliberate thought processes to deduce, or guess; don’t analyze by process of elimination. Just allow the image to come into your mind. It may be the first you “see;” it may be a surprise to you.

There are other methods for remote sensing. Using the centuries-old practice of toh shi, Japanese people have seen through closed containers to describe exactly what they contain. With practice, we, too, can do so by using the electromagnetic (and presumably electrogravitic) ability of the brain to essentially “taste” or read the atomic signatures of any material that is hidden from view. This is a basic, telepathy-like ability of any human, probably of many animals also. Our rational editing process has obscured it, however. To begin on toh shi, simply close your eyes and selectively “feel” an array of different materials before you, one at a time, with the electromagnetic focus/focii of your brain (the many brain contours that can sculpt or focus different kinds of light waves, which are common in your brain). The more relaxed, extremely low frequencies (e.l.f) of the human brain can penetrate solid objects, hence they probably form part of the basis for toh shi.

You don’t need to be born with the talent. You need merely sensitize yourself to the process. You can start right now, if you wish, by scanning materials (keeping your eyes closed) to practice your brain’s feel of different materials. Each will have a signature that’s something like a “taste,” so to speak, to your nerve structure (a first impression, in this sense). Plastic “feels” different than does wood, or metal, for example. The first time you do it you may not notice how different each is, but on later tries you may begin to get the knack.

In 1989, I had a summer job as a rice inspector for the state of California. Having read about extra-sensory capacities previously, I remember standing above a screen-like tray used to sift out certain sizes of rice and thinking,

“What if I close my eyes when the screen is almost completely empty? Will I be able to sense, with my brain, if a single rice kernel remains?”

So, I tried—and was able to do so repeatedly. I could tell exactly where the single remaining kernel was.

Little did I know what I was onto, at the time. Later, after years of interactions with aliens and after reading about related phenomena, I happened upon a description about this ability. In order to complete a writing project that mentions the practice, I inquired of a Japanese professor and got a brief paragraph defining it as “toh shi,” a widely-known traditional Japanese practice.

Later, I practiced with eyes closed—testing plastic, wood, glass and metal for their different “feels” to my nerve structure (not touching them physically). Within a day or two, I was easily identifying different materials with my eyes shut. The simple electromagnetic differences of different elements could explain toh shi, easily. The fact that extremely low frequency brain waves (part of every human brain) can penetrate solids further allows for the precise imaging of toh shi. In order to do so correctly, you need to separate from your visual aspect---use only your brain structure, the darkened inner, non-visual basics of your brain/thought.

I knew I was getting the knack when I stopped by my mother-in-law’s drawer (she was visiting us in San Francisco at the time) and tried to “read” what was in the drawer. I sensed the exact objects in the exact order that they were arrayed, which I verified upon opening the drawer. I took it all in stride—so much more was going on in my life at the time.

I’m certain that my brain is nothing special. You can probably do this, but only if you try. Think in terms of electromagnetism (light waves), if you prefer. The marginally faster-than-light aspects of electrogravity are only an option—should you progress to that stage. And, don’t worry, toh shi isn’t going to allow Bin Laden to get his hands on nukes, nor will it allow humans to copy any and every alien technology that they choose. A complex education is necessary to understand nukes, and alien technologies are so advanced that they involve millennia (if not millions of years) worth of various, changing shifts in scientific thinking, plus materials sciences that humans haven’t even dreamed of yet. Entire lives are spent in the study of mere aspects of such technologies. Toh shi and remote viewing aren’t going to upset the apple cart. If anything, it will help humans become more honest so they can integrate within a larger context more safely.

There are subtle ironies, of course. As Targ says, “The big secret is that there are no secrets.” Aliens know this and further suggest that this simple, basic fact helps to keep the entire universe honest (with some limited exceptions). It allows for an ever-ready check on the schemes and intentions of any offender. Aliens’ explanations and methods for remote sensing are slightly different than the human version.

So, those humans who try to tell you that remote sensing capacities are “a threat to human security” may have questionable motives for doing so. Remember, they aren’t worried about remote viewers like you lifting their weapons designs, which largely remain indecipherable. The truth is, there are two basic groups who most fear the use of remote sensing to “see” through walls and over large distances.

  • First, the most thoroughly corrupt, repeat offenders among us fear that remote sensing will expose their crimes. It will turn up the heat and betray them.

  • And, secondly, remote sensing allows humans to greatly advance their awareness of aliens. So, the (minority) alien contingent that abducts humans in order to hijack control of the human agenda fears remote sensing because it will expose their crimes, too.

Finally, above all else, we should remember that there is already a huge and highly refined cosmic (and earthly) community practicing remote sensing skills, at present. Entry into any such awareness involves a basic ecology of non-violent, non-invasive considerations. Think in terms of a library or a museum, for example, where peoples of all kinds mix without incident—every single day. It’s a given that we can do so, if we simply remember not to violate others in the process. Ask any child: it should be fairly easy, shouldn’t it?

Alien Communities and Hyper-dynamics

The new science of negative energy (and electrogravity) points toward a greatly increased, extra-dimensional information capacity in the physics of everyday life. As one so-called “Elder” alien reportedly told Alec Newald (in his book Coevolution), an extra dimension can be defined as “an oscillatory realm that is out of phase with your own (that is, in another dimension).” Given that aliens report that the brain can both manipulate and be sensitive to negative energy dynamics (and electrogravity), alien telepathy involves a fundamental kind of shift into the extra dimensions of mind. This is but one irony of negative energy hyper-dynamics, and it allows for new kinds of hyper-communities involving a variety of awarenesses (relating to different kinds of interactions). There is considerable diversity off-world, yet all of it is subtly dimensioned within a finite universal ecology.

In short, aliens have conveyed that there are reasonable limits on everyone and every kind within the universe. The message must be important because aliens have stated it over and over again. The way that it’s stated helps to illustrate different outlooks and different strategies within different galactic neighborhoods. In our own case, the Milky Way, presumably a fairly normal galaxy, has been described by aliens as densely inhabited. This doesn’t mean that aliens are camping on the asteroids in our system due to an overflow in the nearest star systems. Instead, it suggests that many planets that are suitable for life now hold advanced civilizations, some of which have spread to other planets for reasons outlined on the previous page,

  • the death of a star or planet

  • overpopulation

  • shared planet projects involving different alien “species”

  • etc...

To put it bluntly, there are no unknown frontiers, in the old human sense of the word. All of our galaxy has been surveyed, scientifically, and some has been left undisturbed for future evolving life forms and for the later needs of responsible populations. This last bit of info has been communicated by one particular group of Milky Way aliens and by “hyperversals” (older, more advanced aliens), in unmistakably graphic ways. One such alien said that the largest single population in the Milky Way numbers roughly “38 trillion” individuals. (If that seems large, wait until you read about the so-called Verdants from a competing galaxy group, plus so-called hyperversal aliens who reportedly exist in yet greater, albeit more disperse numbers—see following sections)


In a more universal sense, when we speak of alien hyper-community and alien mind-form, we should remember that human “discovery” of the extra dimensions of mind isn’t actually a discovery, at all. Such phenomena pre-date humankind. Better yet, the human awareness of such has been cultivated and deftly steered by aliens who have long wanted to help us, in part to prevent our becoming a problem case.

I would be remiss if I didn’t describe the general flavor, the tenor of alien remarks on the subject. When we speak of a universe of hyper-condensed, collective identities—a higher kind of mindedness, it should be obvious that, at present, all over the universe there are highly refined cultural contexts for such interactions. One useful metaphor is that of an opera house. For humans to dunder into hyper-community crudely would be like a hermit’s drunken entrance into a large, urban opera house—during a performance. To stumble in and fire a pistol into the roof would be offensive, of course.

The analogy holds true for both travel and weapons in interstellar space. Humans are lucky, in a sense. The universe and our galactic neighborhood are now highly civilized. Most of us will be relieved to know that orderly processes and highly advanced minds have already prepared a context into which we currently emerge. Non-violence and ecology are the main themes, apparently. Although we are, in some ways, being prepared to prevent unwanted, unecological entries into our star system, no one “out there” wants to dangerously weaponize the context. At present, humans are a problem case, in that we’re trapped within a kind of nationalism, an idealization of commerce that allows rampant poverty, plus ecological and other crimes against humanity, when, instead, we could easily convene global agreements to prevent such disasters, in the first place.

To aliens, this is so obvious as to be mathematically explicit. The nature of the problem suggests its solution. However, a new kind of humility is called for (albeit not “new” at all, in a universal sense). Official disclosure about the alien presence will cause the public to question whether other worlds learned to moderate in order to survive. With some exceptions, to be discussed later, aliens have learned to see beyond their specious pretensions in order to make their societies more equal. Aliens who fail to do so sometimes render their planets uninhabitable. The grays and the Elders both describe such an outcome in their histories. *The death of the gray world is a lesson in population ecology, given that some aliens specifically say it involved an aggressive colonial intervention (LA Times journalist Phillip Krapf calls the colonials the Verdants—a bizarrely oversized population from a distant galaxy 14 million light years away).

Six decades after Roswell, we need to know more about our alien neighbors. Cosmic citizenship will test old human notions because universal citizenship poses a higher standard. It is all-inclusive. Some may point their fingers and ask which aliens, where, and how? Meanwhile, humans must think through the long-term implications of human-alien interactions. Aliens have suggested that we’re independently responsible to both investigate, and help plan out a larger social context. We’ll certainly be helped in the process.

From the alien perspective, humans make violent, wasteful mistakes that are avoidable. Alien observers have suggested that the only way we’ll survive is to commit to a more global citizenship of laws and decent principle. This doesn’t mean that nations would cease to exist, or that basic freedoms need be compromised. According to aliens, simple common sense should prevail—with some doing.

To humans who say that we should simply point our classist arrow in a different direction and do a corrupted military-industrial version of disclosure, i.e. aliens as the enemy, aliens say we need to be more honest about life within a civilized universe. In a mathematical sense, there are phenomenal capacities within honesty that simply don’t exist otherwise. Honesty expands and connects within the extra dimensions of mind and community, while corrupted minds tend to collapse within themselves, due to singular defects of character. They don’t connect, in a larger sense, because they’re too self-absorbed and predatory. (This can be proven, in a mathematical sense, as will be demonstrated with a “topological” model of mind—to be discussed in a later chapter.)

As it is, human disparities and bad ecology seem unfair. Would “nature” actually allow a self-indulgent human elite to spoil an entire planet’s future?

It certainly would.

Part of the problem, of course, is that nature is often rationalized in terms of animal impulses, when instead, we need to understand the “nature of nature,” the finer, extra-dimensional implications of more advanced science and survival strategies.

To argue the case for honesty, in a living topological sense, is not to argue the case for naiveté. Epic extremes of corruption in alien-related parts of the US black budget structure were presaged in Eisenhower’s warning about the “the military-industrial complex.” As Eisenhower suggested, our greatest vulnerability is a multi-national corporate regime in which anti-social lifestyles are handed down from father to son, an arrangement that encourages the destruction of natural resources. If left unchecked, such a regime will ruin irreplaceable resources, then perhaps try to cut a deal with the abducting federation, which would spell the end of basic human freedoms.

Generally speaking, humans who interact with aliens sometimes feel burdened by immersion into a mixed human-alien context. They may feel put down when aliens mention subjects like:

  • genetic engineering (aliens’ enlarged brains and their resistance to high energy fields)

  • higher intelligence

  • advanced technologies

  • new notions of mind in the universe

  • and more...

After years of interactions of the sort, however, I recall relatively few direct alien attempts to demean humans in such terms. Nonetheless, differences between human and alien societies can make both parties feel uncomfortable, at times.

Among alien societies, genetic engineering is standard fare, for obvious reasons. It results in longer lives, higher intelligence and the ability to withstand high-energy fields during faster-than-light electrogravity travel. Factions of the US black budget structure know this, of course. Greg Ventner, former head of Celera, the company that published a preliminary human genetic code several years ago, spent some $13 million investigating a pink bacteria that can withstand 1300 times more radiation exposure than can humans. Black budget profiteers may want to insert the gene into humans, much as a gene for greenish fluorescence was inserted into a monkey that glowed in the dark, afterward.

Different alien populations have reportedly experimented with hybridization of the human genetic structure. Hundreds, if not thousands of humans have reported an aggressive gray (and affiliated alien) program of the sort. For example, instead of a thin, large-headed gray with big almond-shaped eyes, a human-gray hybrid may have bigger muscles and joints. When such hybrids are bred to a second or third generation with normal humans, the “late-stage hybrid” can often pass for a normal human (yet still have gray capabilities). David Jacobs’ book The Threat discusses this in detail.

Other, non-colonizing aliens can be expected to have engineered human-alien hybrids, plus mixed versions of both themselves and other aliens. This is done to explore human gene expression and to create filter populations for use as intermediaries during interaction with humans. In some cases, hybrids may be used to deceive humans into thinking that the hybrids are controlled by a third population, in order to obscure political manipulations by the first alien population. In other cases, human-alien hybrids are used to make humans think they are telepathically communicating with a human (because hybrid telepathy can be more rough-edged than that of a normal alien).

In a larger sense, hybrids appear to be test cases for interactions between different alien populations. In some cases, i.e. the Verdant alignment, hybrids are reportedly used to directly infiltrate and gain effective control over a lesser population.

The story of the Verdant-gray alignment is controversial in that it touches upon a number of different human experiences. Some humans, known as “the positives,” see the Verdant-gray intervention here as a benign coming-of-age process that introduces humans to alien civilization. Other observers suggest that there are negative aspects to Verdant-gray designs on this planet.

For example, native Milky Way (and affiliated) aliens have warned about the incursion, here, of Verdants and their lesser gray conscripts from a distant galaxy. Such reports are corroborated, in part, by numerous human abductees. In Jim Marrs’ book, Alien Agenda, a group of professionally-trained remote viewers quote aliens from a Milky Way coalition as saying that the current (Verdant-gray) intervention violates larger norms by scheming to “directly own and control” this planet, presumably through a breeding and infiltration program.

According to well-developed reports by humans who claim to have interacted with aliens, collective constraints of different sorts exist both within, and between, different alien populations. In the only report of its kind, Marshall Vian Summers quotes an independent alliance of aliens who talk about the political and economic context in the roughly 5000 stars nearest our planet. Since it is the first-ever report on the subject, excerpts are noted below. If accurate, it may be the first political synopsis of our region in this galaxy. The aliens quoted by Summers’ below say that their worlds were taken over by external trading collectives, which cost them their basic freedom. Freedom was regained through the expulsion of the occupiers.

“The region in which you live, which encompasses, by your reckoning, a very vast area, contains approximately five thousand stars…. In this region, there are some important rules of conduct. You have small empires, some of which you would call dictatorships and some of which are more democratic in nature. You have collectives, which are quite powerful but limited in certain areas of their influence. Yet within this region, all areas that are connected by main thoroughfares of trade are ruled by codes and councils. This is to provide safety and security and to assure that violence does not erupt and grow into all-out warfare. Disputes occur frequently and are handled either through negotiations or through legal procedures.

“However, these governing bodies only oversee trade routes, primarily. And they are supported by organizations of states that belong to them for their own mutual benefit and security. Some of these organizations are stronger than others. Yet where you have larger competing powers, the rules of conduct are taken quite seriously and are enforced quite seriously.

“In the region in which your world exists, Collectives are not allowed to have armies or military forces. They are allowed to have security forces, however, for their own defense…. Collectives, which we would like to take time to describe now, are not military powers. They are economic powers. Their focus is on trade, resource acquisition and building their alliance among worlds such as your own.

“There are many Collectives functioning in the region in which your world exists. Some of these Collectives are centered within this region. Some have centers elsewhere and have major satellite establishments here…. Because we are talking about many (governments) within a region, many of which have their own military establishments, the Collectives must abide by certain rules of conduct or face very grave consequences. Being without significant weaponry of their own, they must utilize negotiations, diplomacy and influence as their primary means of accomplishment. Those who really control the Collectives…. are biological entities, (but) their biological codes, their training, their upbringing and their genetic focus have given them very little individuality and individual abilities of reasoning and discernment….

“Yet Collectives are inherently weak because they are not built upon what we call ‘Knowledge’ …. This means that their defenses can be penetrated, their secrets can be uncovered, their activities can be revealed and their deceptions can be comprehended by those who are strong with Knowledge and who are free to see, to know and to act…. Collectives… may encompass hundreds of worlds and planetary establishments and exist across vast regions of space.

“Fundamentally, a Collective is different from an empire in that it has no source home planet. It is a group of planets that are dissimilar which have joined together, usually through conquest and persuasion, and have become a formidable economic force…. We know that they are (racially) diverse and that they manage their diversity with a strict code of ethics and a hierarchical control that you would find totally oppressive….

“There is no one empire or Collective in the Universe that is predominant….

“There is little or no awareness of the realities of life, commerce and manipulation
in the Universe among your people, even among your governments and leaders.

“Part of the inducement of the Intervention is to discourage those who are aware of its real nature. In other words, for those individuals who become aware of the Intervention, the focus of the visitors then will be to demoralize and to discourage them, to make them feel weak, helpless and impotent in its face….

“In our worlds, emissaries were sent to advise us of the impending danger that we faced from the infiltration of foreign powers into our worlds….”

The aliens intervening on your planet “consider you to be a biological resource, part of a network of resources that exists in this world. In this, they view you much the same way that you view domesticated animals that you use as a resource…. What you do not understand is that each year thousands of people are taken and not returned to the world. These people are not simply conditioned. They are kept. Some of them perish in captivity. Some of them do not survive the process of their capturing.”

“The advent of nuclear weapons in your world triggered the Intervention to go into its mature phase, for they realize that should you become stronger and have greater technological power, then the Intervention would be more difficult to achieve. They would have you believe that they are intervening to save you from your own self-destruction, but really they are seeking to intervene before the situation becomes too difficult.”

“What you think of as the human soul, the spirit of humanity, is not valued by the Intervention. This violation is so complete and so thorough, (that) it is occurring already in all of its manifestations…. Many of their ‘specimens,’ as they refer to you, have either perished or had to be used for other reasons…. What we are speaking of here is the most hidden and secret part of their agenda, the part that they will never reveal to you willingly, the part that you may never see without great assistance…. They sell biological products on what you would call a ‘black market’ in the Universe.

(The Allies of Humanity, book 2, p. 17-72)

*Note: the discussion of trading collectives above doesn’t say that independent worlds and interactions haven’t evolved beyond extremes of rich vs. poor. In that regard, planet Earth appears to be most backward.

Summers’ two books on the subject are unusually direct, yet they discuss aspects of human-alien relations found in no other public report, to date. Whether or not one agrees with the authors’ conclusions, Summers’ books raise important issues that will likely be discussed on this planet for centuries.

So, which aliens do most of the abductions, here, on this planet? As Pulitzer Prize-sharing journalist Phillip Krapf reports, the so-called “Verdants” appear to dominate the gray aliens, who are the most well known abductors of humans. Krapf’s story may be important for reasons that should be obvious shortly.