The Verdants

A Second Depth of Awareness

Humans who take time to get up to speed on telepathy and remote sensing have what is, in effect, a second depth of awareness. They both think and feel BEYOND their immediate, physical bodies. Second depth awareness involves a deeper, often intuitive awareness of negative energy (and electrogravity), coupled with a greater outward spread of the person’s sensing (this invariably merges into collectively shared dimensions). Via a negative cycle through, and out into space-time, they feel out into further reaches. This is how some of us can almost instantly know what another is thinking (often far away).


Strange as it may seem, animals lacking intellectual barriers may rely on second depth awareness for their survival. When elephants grabbed humans and ran uphill before the tsunami struck in 2005, when dogs ran upslope before any visible signs of disaster, they probably relied on second depth. Second depth awareness is part of remote sensing. The physics (and community of mind) that allow this to occur are explained in earlier chapters.

Second depth awareness allows simple telepathy to network through many different people at the same time and eventually graduates into a higher order of thought: community of mind. At first this may require coordinated focus on a given individual or others, who act as a kind of meeting place for various minds, but over time it becomes a larger, habitual awareness. This allows us to walk into a room full of people and know the mood and subject of recent interactions there. It involves a kind of transparency, as does all telepathy. *Go ahead and try it; in most cases it can only improve your life.

Again, as Russel Targ PhD says, “The big secret is that there are no secrets.” Other people can know your thoughts. Initially, this may be awkward among sexuals, but among non-sexuals it’s much less so. Transparency of the sort takes a little getting used to. Many of the lies and misconceptions that tangle up in a mind wither away, as a result (a saving grace, in itself). A man who spends too much time looking a woman up and down may find that she turns warily and looks in his direction. In second depth societies, a man who wants power for criminal reasons can’t do so without detection. The lies of a given regime and its crimes can all be known—by ANY of the people.

In short, second depth awareness, which all aliens develop and which humans need to be more honest about, helps to keep humans and aliens more honest. It is both expected, and necessary, in order to understand an intelligent universe. Over time, second depth awareness evolves into higher order(s) of extra awareness, which advanced hyperversals and community of mind exemplify. There are all-important, if not phenomenal understandings and dynamics that can only be known through such awareness, and equality. Believe it or not, the difference between community of mind and an individual is GREATER THAN the difference between an individual and a single brain cell.

When newly-evolved populations discover negative energy and electrogravity, advanced beings contact them for various reasons:

  • to further civilize them

  • to get them to accord with delta t (or alt t) ecology

When humans start to interact (and probe) within second depth awareness, the same advanced community tries, in various ways, to assure that pre-existing, non-violent conventions are understood. As we’ve seen with hyperversals, this meeting of minds can be touchy, at times, but, in overall terms, should lead to mutually more evolved continuities.

So, when hyperversal aliens fret and distance themselves from rough-edged human dundering (and desires), it helps to remember that hyperversals share larger, more smoothly-contoured interactions of mind, even if some hyperversals may err when interacting with humans. Fearful human impulses and arrogations may seem strange them---hard to fathom because hyperversals begin with better ideas, right from the start. To imagine how we “feel” to them, just imagine how it would be to try to understand a caveman who knows but 30 words, a primitive biased toward the use of force and blind to that which he hasn’t yet considered.

Once again, it helps to remember: in both the forward and the past directions in time are increasingly more advanced orders of mind, and being. In addition, more advanced societies are all around us in nearly every direction, in the present sense. There’s much to learn.

Due to the exigencies of larger circumstance, advanced aliens may sometimes feel cut off and dessicated of vital emotions and sensitivities. One hyperversal alien said that the best of humanity “is like human silk,” apparently speaking in reference to our independent, emotional and critical possibilities (plus other cultural resonance). Ironically, the statement also hints at how humankind can sometimes be seen as small and isolated.

John Mack wrote that an abductee named Catherine said a gray alien told her that his kind know what care means but “We just don’t feel it as intensely as you do.” Mack wrote that Catherine,

“could acknowledge from the (abducting) alien perspective and commitment to their enterprise they might feel affection as we might toward a pet animal that was being used for experiments.”

(Abduction, p. 163, 166)

Sometimes, humans note a distant, if not patronizing alien attitude toward the human condition. For example, the Verdant-abetting “three ellipticals” hyperversal section sometimes tries to fob off a superficial image of themselves, at face value. That isn’t how they see themselves, of course, but, given the ghastly ironies in the Verdant strategy, they find it convenient to pose themselves that way to humans. For humans, the sheer presumption of such aliens can be a problem. Hyperversals of the sort tend to think that everything is different after the hyperversals. Moreover, they may attempt to pre-empt other structures and communications networks in this entire multi-galactic vicinity.

So, we see advanced hyperversals who in some ways can be alternately helpful, yet coldly calculating— accustomed to seeing vast numbers of other aliens die. They may, at times, tend to dismiss all ET’s who evolved during the current cycle as though we’re all inexperienced, naïve lessers. Meanwhile, ET’s of the current universe cycle can see what the future holds: a stark need to conserve, prevent conflict, and reduce populations in galaxies like the Milky Way and Andromeda because we will merge, forming a large, hot and less hospitable elliptical galaxy. It’s either do or die in such cases. But current cycle ET’s appear to know that.

At times, the “three ellipticals” hyperversals’ attitude suggests that if humans proceed from more equalitarian, ecological considerations, we’ll do all right. However, at times some of them will flip that attitude and act as though the fix is in and millions of humans will die, due to the Verdant incursion. We’ve heard the three ellipticals section say that the Verdant spectacle is simply a variation on a theme because humans would otherwise have experienced an intervention by one group or another. Hyperversals of the sort suggest that humans lack perspective regarding such matters. Keep in mind that hyperversals live long and have seen long histories of cold, hard brutality here, and elsewhere. They assume that one way or another, we’ll be compelled to change.


Frustrated Aliens’ Impulses

We’ve all seen how frustrated humans can revert to destructive, if not murderous impulses to secure reproductive access and protect their food supply. The most corrupt humans will lie, cheat, steal and even foul the entire global environment in order to isolate themselves in splendor. But what about aliens? When challenged beyond immediate control, how do they react?
Over time and under challenging circumstances, we’ve catalogued a variety of frustrated aliens’ impulses. In the same way that humans have animal impulses, we’ve seen various aliens resort to mind-destructive behaviors to protect their work here from being disturbed.


Mind destructive, if not brain destructive behaviors arise, along with attempts to stultify humans: i.e. a tendency to provoke a human to run off and drink alcohol or feel extreme anger, or a tendency to (remotely) make veiled but threatening remarks to provoke and frighten humans (i.e. as part of the IFSP - Intergalactic Federation of Sovereign Planets - direct operatives’ and three ellipticals’ scheme to thwart, if not decapitate, independent human initiative).


When pushed beyond their coldly detached limits, various aliens impulsively toss off mind-destructive, or brain destructive and thought-stultifying gestures. From an evolutionary perspective, this resembles socio-biology (wherein humans prioritize their doings in order to maximize their genetic proliferation). Among some non-sexual aliens, there is an impulse to obliterate competing thought systems and impose their own—by any means necessary. However, because they come from more evolved, less internally violent societies, the worst of (interacting) aliens’ impulses, to date, appear to be less murderous, less overtly prone to violence, as are those of the worst humans.

In some cases, advanced aliens will float a veiled threat into a complex human telepathic interaction in order to pre-empt predictable human threats to other humans. In such cases, the remark may be couched in softer, essentially see-through terms (assuming that the humans are aware of the aliens’ manner and are marginally deferential). At other times, however, i.e. in the case of the IFSP’s direct operatives, more advanced, supervising aliens (including some of the three ellipticals section) may make threatening remarks posed as though human yet intended to cut off any thought of an attempt to end their control over direct IFSP operatives’ doings. This is yet another aspect of the desire to control the pace and outcome of human doings.

In such cases, basic questions arise about independent, critical judgment—both in our case (the ability to judge such ET’s as they are), and in theirs (has their society gone too cold and insular to be able to criticize itself?). With alien psychotronic technology, which can both monitor and be controlled by brain energy, certain oppressive potentials come into being. No doubt some societies go through nightmarish phases of psychotronic abuses, yet, over time, they develop a measure of transparency. Societies of the sort need to establish a good basis of law and proportionality, right and wrong, or else they soon fall behind better populations.

I recall initially being impressed by the hyperversals, then disappointed that they don’t have a more active physical presence. They tend to use hybrid, genetically engineered copies of current-cycle aliens who live in this galaxy, in part, to pre-empt their contact and interaction with neighbors BEFORE they’ve been assimilated in a larger sense; in part as a filter, of sorts. In some ways, hyperversals from the last universe cycle are more like us than not. They can be too obedient, too easily used by the worst among them. Some are too idealized in their remove from other populations, others are designed to interface with dangerous aliens like the Verdants, for example. Apparently, genetically engineered hybrids are used for an interface with Verdants so as to avoid Verdant theft of hyperversals’ genetic material and technology.

As is noted in previous chapters, hyperversals suggest that we do as they did: we move, as best we can, toward a predominantly non-sexual reproduction strategy. They go far, far out of their way to suggest that we integrate into larger entities, which, they suggest, will allow us to be included in the next universe cycle more easily. The question is: which larger entity? Do we forgo independent critique in order to do so? Or do we find our own way and make our own associations? In either case, hyperversals live in our vicinity and have vital inputs into every mega-population, or galaxy-scale coalition of aliens.

One hyperversal points out that some independents of the previous universe cycle made it into the current cycle yet accorded and were open to various interactions. In other words, they didn’t arrogate too much to themselves. Of course, from our perspective, how “separate” would such independents actually be? We know they can field a critique of larger mega-populations, and who is to say which are more astute and insightful: independents or large mega-populations? Both options are incomplete without the other.

This is a major topic of discussion among aliens, given the human penchant for independence (in the face of the Verdant intervention). Nonetheless, if we develop better international law and try not to take too much, if we don’t swarm out and attempt to occupy other systems (as Verdants do), we are approachable. If we achieve a better planetary ecology and use electrogravity only sparingly, under global accords, we have a good chance. The irony is that, eventually, we’ll probably interbreed with aliens (not necessarily a sexual act) and will exchange genetic options. Billions of years in the future, if not sooner, we’ll look more like the mixed-origin hyperversals. Our heritage will derive from many, many planets, (as it may already, due to previous genetic manipulations).

From what we’ve seen, to date, hyperversals clearly derive from different backgrounds and have different physiques. They aren’t monolithic products of one greedy stab outward to dominate the cosmos. Instead, they are in large part those humbler others who probably recoiled at greedy example and organized to protect themselves from such excess. Some were the meek, less wasteful masses.