The Verdants

A Most Singular Distinction


Hyperversal Behaviors

In order to rejuvenate themselves, older hyperversals numbed by their experiences may, at times, withdraw into isolated natural splendor, or each other’s company and the beauties of the cosmos---turning away from brutal, manipulated conflicts way down at our short-lived, human level. Hyperversals say that if left unresolved, such conflicts can spread, especially in galaxies stressed by merger with other galaxies.

To a certain extent, hyperversals may rationalize human existence in terms of hyperversals’ own peculiar surroundings and advanced technology. Some can’t imagine what it would be like to die due to some petty virus, to age and expire within a brief 76-81 years like we do. Some –X3’s err by thinking only in terms of large-scale, mega-populations rather than (or including) smaller groups or independents. I see an idealized roundness of attitude surrounding the fact that hyperversals survived the last universe cycle, while others may have perished. I’ve also seen that the –X3’s ( “
-“ for negative energy users, “X” for hyperversals, and “3” for the fact that they don’t merely work via a positive-negative energy scheme, but appear to have refined a third, more complicated dynamic) and their attendant security apparatus sometimes try to insulate themselves from criticism. They try to cut critics off, then blandly generalize about the wondrous, rounded qualities of their single, localized hyperversal community.

Of course, at this early date in human awareness of hyperversals, our notion of universe re-cycling logistics may be inaccurate. For example, it’s possible that initiation of a “new” universe cycle might be less deadly than we might think. Steven Hawking says astrophysics suggests that time emerges continuously within the universe, even now---12.7 billion years after what some hypothesize to have been a “Big Bang.” If Hawking is correct, the continuous, ongoing emergence of time (within the finer structuring of space-time) suggests that hyperversals intent on initiating a new universe cycle could, conceivably, allow all but the worst of populations to be included. Continuous emergence of time might allow the transition to occur continuously, at least from some advanced perspective. So, a re-cycling of the universe may not be as bad as some might think.

Meanwhile, a few of the –X3’s have a kind of Oh bother! attitude regarding human aversion to previous Verdant planet kills. How can that be? Some hyperversals may have lived so long that they actually watched and attended previous planet kills while monitoring Verdant interventions. Suffice it to say, they may not the most sensitive minds in our vicinity, nor can their judgment always be assumed reliable regarding humankind. Over many months of interactions I’ve noticed that, at times, some –X3’s (and their related security section) go off on a jag, lapsing into coldly negative disposition over relatively slight matters. I’ve observed this on various occasions. This may be an irony of extended-life geriatric psychology. They grow numb, if not insensitive in ways that they don’t quite comprehend. Meanwhile, sensitivities allowed to wither are difficult to regain.

Psychological casualties of the sort can find refuge within the vacant shell mentality among certain sectors of offending mega-populations. In a strange way (when seen from above) that is a controlling, if not regulated place to keep them (more about this later in a chapter on mega-populations). The danger, of course, is that habitual extinction of sensitivities can, in some places, gain sway, then be imposed upon others through an evacuated kind of group-mind, shell mentality. When monitored and persuaded that individual identity has no basis whatsoever, critics and troublemakers can be silenced to make for a more efficient regime, yet crude impulses invariably manifest later. Regimes of the sort can plough through manipulated disaster after disaster and simply put it all out of mind. After all, planet-kills are often manipulated by lower-order aliens like the Verdants and involve the destruction of what appear to be yet lower populations (from a “hierarchical” perspective, of course).

One hyperversal responded to the above by saying that my exposition of the sort could antagonize certain regime-minded hyperversals who tend to the Verdants. I was asked what prevents their individual impulses from doing great harm (and was expected to reply that it was group mind, a community awareness). Obviously, in cases of extreme de-sensitization, there has to be at least some kind of remedial refuge, yet I replied that the lives and minds of so many cannot be taken for granted.

As for some hyperversals’ over-reaction to trivia, sometimes it seems to be caused by an acute sensitivity to their involvement in wrongdoing, i.e. the above-noted attachment to Verdant abuses. It makes them hyper-sensitive, prone to overgeneralization and the rationalization of mass crimes as efficacious. Hyperversals tend to ask whether the entire mess is at least moving in a more evolved direction. If so, it’s easier for them to put it out of mind. Hyperversals’ over-reaction to trivial human errors may denote conspicuous departure from bad human ecology; other reactions of the sort feign innocence while the given hyperversal regime tries to maximize its control (however indirect) of other populations. I’ve heard a (possibly manipulated) claim by one hyperversal that his population can manipulate Verdants to thwart human moves toward disclosure about aliens.


One hyperversal who is critical of the – X3-related security section (that reportedly wants to lord it over three ellipticals) suggested that the “three elliptical” pretenders go so far as to genetically insert their operatives into the highest levels of lesser mega-populations for optimum influence. The message was accompanied by an image of a hyperversal alien manipulating a Queen Victoria-like figure (the analogy being in the fact that Victoria married her children into as many monarchies as she could—to maximize her influence). As such, the metaphor doesn’t bespeak the numerical strength of the three elliptical pretenders. Instead, they may be a modest contingent that uses an age-old prop to get their way.

Sometimes among the “three ellipticalpretenders, we see a prejudicial, angry regard for current cycle aliens passed off as though it were but a momentary, animal-like impulse. For example, we see the “three elliptical” pretenders bundled into the IFSP (Intergalactic Federation of Sovereign Planets) strategy for maximum control, yet the whole act is fobbed off as though the consequences aren’t so real, in the end (to them). When external cruelties (mass atrocities and planet kills) disturb them too much, they simply put it out of mind. *Remember, there are better hyperversals actively trying to expose this.

How can they put such horrors out of mind? Hyperversals and other aliens have mentioned some of the following rationale:

  • the new (victim) species was potentially dangerous

  • they were given some chances but didn’t quite make it

  • a lesser directly-intervening collective (or empire) manipulated the planet kill after being rejected

  • the new species was reckless [i.e. they tried to use electrogravity too crudely, too direct current-like (d.c.) rather than use a moderated alternating current-like (a.c.) version]

  • there isn’t enough room in a deeply inhabited universe for such a species—they might not accord with more advanced others

  • the species was too primitive—just another greedy upstart intent on taking too much

  • the species ignored all warnings and planned to venture out with excess weaponry that invites use during confrontations

  • circumstances didn’t provide for a more responsible contact with helpful neighbors, hence the new species wasn’t competent to use the new technologies

  • the new species lived in a merging galaxy where, instead of reducing population to adjust for the future merger, they went rabbit crazy and would have become a population threat

  • an aggressively acquisitive collective (or empire) intervened and gave them some advanced technology during a breeding program/takeover scheme but was rejected, leaving an artificially greedy elite (previously used by the intervening aliens) that hadn’t learned basic eco humility

  • the new species’ planet or surroundings are needed by a more advanced, aggressively intervening empire

  • the intervening collective (or empire) already cut a deal with certain corrupt hyperversals but the new species can’t or won’t do so on their own

  • the new species is wrong for its mix of neighbors

  • lingering in the back of prejudicial hyperversals’ minds (i.e. some of those attached to Verdants) is the assumption that all advanced spirits dwell in previous generations of hyperversals or their favorites, while only condemned, failed spirits take up in newly-evolved species (which isn’t true, of course, but the thought can resonate in a corrupt hyperversal’s mind)

Along with other humans, I’ve witnessed such thoughts bouncing around among hyperversals.

In short, the most coldly manipulative hyperversals seek refuge within the ideal while trying to keep their own population numbers modest (from a hyperversal perspective, which is actually a huge number from the human perspective). At the same time, corrupt hyperversals prefer to farm out the coldest killer routines to aliens like the Verdants (or others). They may seek shelter within trivial distinctions that mask bias and prejudicial overkill—they try to distance themselves from direct brutality. They may try to bundle lesser aliens into an abusive mega-population’s evacuated shell mentality, which is a diagrammatic match for the failed minds and technological security assumptions of old hyperversals. How so?


Hyperversals of the sort rationalize the dumping of lesser or offending populations into a group shell mentality (extinction of emotion, idealization of the group’s one-ness and right to control others), in part because it makes them easier to manage, in part because the whole scheme is conditioned by the given hyperversals’ sense of themselves in comparison to lesser aliens (hyperversals use multiply-nested shells of alternate cycle technology to protect themselves from the prying eyes and wants of lesser aliens, hence the rationalization). If you confront an offending hyperversal regarding such assumptions, you get arrogant generalizations (QUICK, impulsive retorts), crabbed and insular mutterings by bizarrely old characters (all of it couched in half-truths and ideal-speak).

Again, we’ve been advised to heed our neighbors’ warnings: social evolution doesn’t always keep up with technological proficiency. We live in a universe where no regime is to be entirely trusted as though infallible.

Long ago, some hyperversal populations began with an elitist, greedy rationalization (imagine the animal rush to take more than competitors early in a universe cycle, or as technology depleted old environs). In other words, some hyperversal regimes originally expanded in a way that is analogous to the Verdants. Like the ancient inequities of Ur, the first large human city—which, even today, mirror aspects of New York City’s elite tendencies, we need to remember that even though ancient hyperversals changed their internal social structure with the passage of time, their basic impulses may still be those of an aggressive empire in some cases: cold, insensitive, and prone to rationalization.

Hyperversals like the Verdant-abetting “three elliptical” pretenders secure themselves inside multiple layers of alternate cycle technology while rationalizing the group-mind shell mentality of offending client states, on the outside. At various junctures while probing the “three elliptical” hyperversals regarding the Verdant strategy, I’ve noticed how offending regimes essentially trap themselves behind a kind of event horizon without realizing that they do so.


A Most Singular Limitation

To illustrate how this can actually be viewed by a person skilled in remote sensing, we use the example of the Verdants. Offending Verdants seem to think that their peculiar version of community mind (harshly forbidding of critique, controlling) centers on a black hole kind of singularity—which they manage to exceed through basic, easy hyperdynamics. How do their thoughts and telepathic/psychotronic interactions center on a singularity? The Verdant empire is centered on a single galaxy with a large, central black hole that’s vital to their power and control.


As one Verdant explained to Phillip Krapf, for long distance travel,

“they can cut the time down considerably… by traveling through wormholes, time and space warps, and black holes.”

(The Contact Has Begun, p. 46)

Hyperspace travel cycles through black hole singularities in a way that’s both non-direct and non-linear, faster-than-light. This prevents travelers from being harmed or trapped by a black hole’s event horizon. Indeed, as is noted in a previous chapter, black holes are an integral part of basic “negative energy” dynamics. *There may be more advanced dynamics.

When a population like the Verdants uses energy on a large scale, they must carefully monitor the ecology of the matter-vs-singularity equilibrium in their galaxy. Their use of electrogravity and negative energy isn’t “free.” Instead, it can upset the basic equilibrium and speed the clock on an entire galaxy’s lifetime. But Verdants know that, which is why they seek to use great amounts of energy elsewhere. They are a galaxy-spanning population that uses psychotronic and faster-than-light communications technology. In order to do so, they must configure it all in relation to their galaxy’s central black hole, and, ultimately, in relation to other galaxies.

In order to communicate and interact with each other, they seek maximum range and scope in their galaxy, which fluctuates in relation to their galaxy’s central black hole (and other, deeper dimension). For more advanced aliens, such relationships are a given and aren’t so much of a problem (at this stage in our universe cycle). But the equilibrium of the Verdants’ home galaxy has been overly depleted. They simply take too much. They aren’t modest enough to proportion themselves according to equal consideration (as is obvious in their intervention here). In order to prop up their elite lifestyle they waste resources and now seek to deplete other galaxies, instead of their own. Such thinking, coupled with the cruelties and arrogations of empire (manipulated planet kills, manipulated conflicts and other staging) aren’t characteristic of the finest minds. There are great-scale checks on offenders like the Verdants. Like the basic physics of the universe, finer minds course more largely. More advanced interactions have a greater range and a finer consideration for other peoples.

Offending Verdants literally lean into the singular (a negative energy dynamic accessible almost anywhere), placing maximum demand on their environment. This isn’t merely a figurative metaphor. They literally orient themselves and their evacuated shell mentality, their version of group mind, in direct relation to the gravity (negative energy dynamic) of their galaxy’s central black hole, the sheer hierarchical scheme of it all. They seek to dominate, hence they place themselves at the center of consideration, occasionally touching base with the relics of a previous offending mega-population (the “three elliptical” hyperversals noted above). They told Krapf they are THE superpower, which is ridiculous, given what we know about hyperversals. The truth is, power-hungry collectives that cause great grief to other aliens find themselves trapped within an elusive, seemingly one-way river of time. In the end, when seen from above, offending Verdants are pegged to their grandiose claim, their relatively small corner of the universe.

Basic negative energy dynamics allow Verdant thoughts to dimension through the nearest singularity faster-than-light BUT, and this is a critical “but,” their empire’s central authority stifles thought and doesn’t allow independent dissent. To speak against the regime is to risk being sought out and pressured, then disempowered by the regime (which masks as a trading collective).

So, the IFSP is hierarchically structured, dominated by a coldly manipulative Verdant elite. There are some good Verdants, of course, but you won’t hear from them—they’re kept busy with an insular rotation of duties within the IFSP. Meanwhile, trapped within a vicious cycle of domination and manipulated atrocities, the worst Verdants have failed to venture into more strangely entwined, if not bizarrely fluctuating higher dimensions—where higher order beings are composed on a more universal scale. Verdants of the sort are prisoners of their own physical pretensions.

It’s as though, by exceeding their ability to sustain themselves, by going out to dominate and control other worlds, by taking too much and killing some relatively innocent planets in the process, they lapse into a lower order of mind—although they don’t discern it as such. That is the ultimate trap, the ultimate failing within such arrogance. As is true with all severe offenders, the very first step into wrongdoing drops them into a lower order of more singular consciousness, not a “higher” community of mind (which is multiply inter-dimensioned). Instead, they tend to lapse into the sum total of their neighborhood’s all-of-time offenders—a singularly inter-related prison, in a sense (which they don’t quite see).


There’s an order of being that lumps the most physically offensive pretenders together in isolated corners of the universe. Of course, they all see themselves as power-connected, major manipulators. It’s as though they seek to rule the devil without being corrupted (although they aren’t religious). It’s simple imperialism, wrought with disastrous, cruel consequences.

In the end, there’s a universal ecology in which the ultimate measure and test of any individual’s life is his or her regard for any other person’s life. If you or your society take another life wrongly, then you’re immediately reduced, although you may not know it (being callous or indifferent). The same is true of an offending empire. It’s a strange irony of the universal equivalency, a mathematically defining aspect of alternate-cycle hyperdynamics. No one, anywhere, is immune. In the Verdant case, however, it’s difficult to impress this on an entire empire of sexuals. They may not see the consequences clearly, but then again, they have cut themselves off. Offenders of the sort remain trapped within a kind of event horizon, both literally and figuratively. They don’t see beyond the gravity well, of sorts, that they dig for themselves.

Power and domain are hypnotic diversions for some Verdants. They revel in the awe of a galactic scale, singular darkness, a kind of hypersphere where butt ugly, animal impulses rule—down within the darkness. Male Verdants seek sexual opportunity amid such diversions, and the crueler and more (psychically) unattractive they are, the more spectacular and destructive the mating dance. They will literally sacrifice other worlds to both look, and feel important. Their community mind (a relatively primitive, mimic stab at such) literally hovers just above the event horizon of a galactic center black hole, only barely even allowing for greater connectedness.


Remember, their physics and technology center on a negative cycle that plunges directly through their galaxy’s central black hole. For some, that is a power rush. To better minds it seems a prison. When seen from above through a basic kind of universal justice, that is their punishment. That is where they are kept to prevent them from distorting more evolved orders of mind. Various hyperversals have cautioned me not to say too much about this (due to a larger ecology, of sorts). After all, there is a bizarrely deep, but precise order in being---much of which has been wrought by the sum total community of intelligent kind.

When a person skilled in remote sensing encounters, then studies offending Verdants (and offending hyperversals), 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. Then, and only then, do you literally see them hovering ever so slightly above a kind of event horizon. What you see, and what they don’t see, is that the preponderance of such offenders’ assumptions are trapped within a singular condition. By not being implicated, you may exist beyond that. You may be more universally acceptable, hence capable of inclusion within higher orders of mind.

Ironically, they revel in a sense of power related to their singular pretensions yet remain trapped within a realm that includes other ghastly offenders. Believe it or not, higher minds must assure that there is order even there, among the worst of the worst. They can’t be allowed to degrade too far. Of course, higher order minds can span the entirety of such offenders’ limitations and vastly exceed them, even if only faintly. *Faintness, subtlety and humility are characteristics of the highest order(s) of mind, of course. They aren’t weaknesses.

Although some readers may not yet have developed the remote sensing connectedness needed to recognize the singular limitations of the worst offenders, a good person probably has at least an intuitive feel for it. This is perhaps the most important distinction that I can discuss in this book. It separates different orders of being and can endure for (the living equivalent of) all of time. Given that there are many universe cycles, woe to those who assume that the seemingly singular, physical pretensions of the latest cycle are all that they need to worry about.

The higher, finer (and more far-reaching/more comprehensive) dimensions of mind are reserved for either older, more educated (and humble) civilizations or finer, GOOD DEED ONLY minds. Most good, non-greedy, non-killer/non-offending humans can skip through and beyond offenders’ realms, although most don’t know it. It probably only seems “real” to them when they sleep, when low order precepts are suspended, however fleetingly. However, no person in his or her right mind will jump into the hole with such offenders. It isn’t safe to do so because, with time, it can corrupt a mind beyond recognition. It isn’t so easy to re-order a brutal mind, no matter how good it once was. They are ever the less; they have to live with that.

The problem with such minds, and I don’t pretend that none of them are salvageable, is that they hive within a double darkness (although they may boast of their light-like qualities). Most humans are unacquainted with discussions about repressive communities of mind that mimic more advanced communities and hover just above the event horizon of a galaxy’s central black hole. Advanced aliens both know and have “seen” such phenomena (see the earlier chapter about how to remotely locate and “see” aliens and their electrogravity). So, how can mind be dimensioned beyond body, and how can offenders circulate way out here, when their mind hive centers on the singularity at the center of a galaxy?

Here’s how: large-scale cycles of negative energy and electrogravity tie all deeper quantum fluctuations (all those canceling out of wave functions—it happens in every quantum and in seemingly “empty” space) to all singularities in any given part of the universe. On a larger scale, all negative energy can connect to the sum total of the universe’s black holes, BUT, let’s get real, here---manipulative killers like the IFSP’s worst don’t rate on a universal scale. They are continuously criticized and sometimes warned by higher order aliens, many of whom are often subtle in their critiques. There seems to be a tacit understanding that higher orders (and better kind) need to maintain a healthy remove from, and a disguisable invisibility to, the worst IFSP offenders. A larger order in the universe favors finer-minded, non-violent citizens of decent, evolving societies, even if some had to fight to establish such societies, in the first place.

Here’s the IFSP mistake of mistakes: when they place offending Verdants above all others in their vicinity, they wear blinders to their crimes. Again, they tend to see time as a one-way river, when, instead, time is a vast, multiply directional continuity (finely but tightly, gently shared and expansive). In the singularly limited minds of offenders, the higher order “directions” in time seem to cancel out, and the current universe cycle may seem to them as though it RULES. It doesn’t.

Time isn’t a one-way river. Those who think or behave as though they can take too much are run around in a low-order, one-way circle, in a sense. The IFSP elites’ arrogance and territoriality lumps them into a vacuous mind hive, a dark and literally starless community mindform where destructive impulses and inequities result in vicious cycles of power and control.

When seen from outside, the worst offenders bark their fixed and coldly predatory, idealized 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), which, through negative energy, 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, once when I suggested that black holes could have an onerous, prison-like quality, a hyperversal corrected me by saying that black holes are beautiful, well-timed genius, deep with possibilities, not just a trap for IFSP-like offenders. This is important.

Black holes, which appear to owe to a deeper imprint that passed from the previous universe cycle into the present universe cycle, aren’t waste bins. They can act as energy, information and exchange thresholds. They can also help to confine murderous greed to its own limitations. Hence, the monsters in our midst are all about possession of things, power and control. Meanwhile, the best among us are about equality and transparency, sharing. Precise, instantaneous justice is exacted—although it isn’t always seen immediately. Instead, when seen from above by better minds, it is grouped as such.


Monsters both resemble, and prioritize themselves according to, other monsters. The most criminal trading collectives (i.e. in parts of the IFSP) must live out their offensive duration in isolation until they evolve a higher order humility. The Verdants must drastically reduce their population numbers (not 500 trillion Verdants, but less than 50), or the Verdants will be looking at perpetual conflict, of sorts, a largely non-violent isolation of the IFSP by those who must guard against it. In the future, we will be part of an effort to turn some of them back into decent, normal beings. We must also help to re-sensitize other “advanced” offenders