Contact Report 005

Billy Meier Translations ©Benjamin Stevens

In the progress of construction of Saalome, we are very honored to have a support&permission from Benjamin Stevens, who allow us to use&copy his English translations and other materials on http://www.billymeiertranslations.com.
在Saalome的建设过程中,我们非常荣幸地得到了Benjamin Stevens(先生)的支持,允许我们使用&拷贝他在
http://www.billymeiertranslations.com上的英译本和其它素材。

We are very respect and appreciate Benjamin Stevens’s tremendous contribution to this GREAT mission, and are very cherish his English translations, which should be well preserved!.
我们非常尊重和感激Benjamin Stevens(先生)在这一伟大【任务/使命】中所做出的巨大贡献,并十分珍视他的英译本,且这些英译本应该得到很好的保留!

There is no doubt that these English translations are FOOTSTONE of FIGU English information, precisely from which the updating work of English translations, which can now be found on FOM (http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk), can carry out at a very high starting level, and this should be thanks to the great efforts of Benjamin Stevens and other excellent English translators.
毫无疑问,这些英译本是FIGU英文资讯的基石,正是源于它们,英文世界里的译文更新工作才能在一个很高的起点上开展,这应该感谢Benjamin Stevens和其他优秀的英文译者的伟大付出。

Thanks to Benjamin Stevens!
感谢Benjamin Stevens!

Thanks to all those who involved in this GREAT mission!
感谢所有参与到这一伟大【任务/使命】中来的伙伴!

Salome.

Salome.
  • Sunday, February 16, 1975, 11:41 PM
Semjase:
1. We’ve noticed that you are already trying to publicize our cause, much faster than we had originally planned.
2. Nevertheless, we are glad about that, and we have nothing against your rush.
3. But it might have been better if you had still waited some time.
Billy:
It seemed to me that I could already do the hard preparatory work, because this certainly takes a lot of effort.
Semjase:
4. That is surely right because everything will not be very easy.
5. We also do not fundamentally object to it, as we want to leave everything to your own decision.
Billy:
Thanks. The trust of you and yours honors me; however, do you not expect somewhat too much of a good thing from me?
Semjase:
6. You have a healthy sense of humor.
Billy:
You think?
Semjase:
7. Sure, because one can never really give you too much credit because you always give your best and try to make the best of everything that you deal with.
Billy:
You flatter me.
Semjase:
8. Certainly not, because it’s just the truth.
Billy:
All right, Semjase. Surely you haven’t come here so that we can grapple with flatteries and the like.
Semjase:
9. You’re right, as right now I would like to tell you something that will interest not only you but all human beings.
10. It is some history that seems somewhat strange, which will stir up a lot of dust due to the interest of the human beings, because it sounds too fantastic for all those who have not yet discovered their spiritual and consciousness-based thinking or have not yet developed this.
11. Unfortunately, intellectual greatness is not enough to be able to grasp this history.
12. But you have very many intellectual human beings on Earth, and it is precisely they who are often lacking in spiritual and consciousness-based knowledge and who can therefore muster no understanding for the real and the logic.
13. But at the same time, those who are misguided by religions and those who have made no far progress intellectually or in a spiritual and consciousness-based manner are also to be mentioned.
14. They are all the worst opponents of the truth, of the real, and of the irrefutable creational logic.
15. But their criticism and their denial of certain things distinguish them – as human beings living in primitive foolishness.
16. As Earth human beings who always want to know everything better, but who are in truth more unknowing than the simian beings that populate your primeval forests.
17. By denying facts or possibilities, they clearly show their consciousness-based narrow-mindedness and their primitiveness.
Billy:
Those are very harsh words, Semjase, even though, in my opinion, they correspond to the full sad truth.
Semjase:
18. Exactly, and you know that this is really so.
19. And the fact that this is actually so, you provide the proof for this yourself in your book, which you have dressed in even harsher words.
Billy:
Of course, because the truth can only be said in harsh words, as diplomacy would be a pure lie and would trivialize everything.
Semjase:
20. Sure, only you must see to it that you can make that understandable to the human beings.
21. For they have already become too soft, having fallen into unreality, for them to be able to recognize and digest honest undiplomacy as truth.
22. They have become soft and stunted in thought, action, and speech, so they rebel against and resist everything that sounds like harsh truth.
23. But the truth can only be spread through harshness, just as peace can only be enforced through naked forcible forcelessness.
Billy:
I know – unfortunately. But you told me something about some history that you want to tell me today. What’s up, then, with this history? Does it have anything to do with the human beings, or is it just some inconsequential history?
Semjase:
24. I will let you decide about that, as well as all those to whom you will pass on this history.
Billy:
So then it should be a sort of history of humanity?
Semjase:
25. Sure.
Billy:
Then I am curious, because I have spent a lot of time thinking about this during my life.
Semjase:
26. I know, and you have found the truth or the approximate truth in many things.
27. Of course, not all events and dates are precisely known to us, but we are largely informed about this.
28. So now listen to this history:
29. Your earthly calendar is not very accurate, and it is only to some extent directed to the facts.
30. Even your own calculations are not precisely correct, but they are the most accurate ones ever calculated by a human being on Earth.
31. Your calculations only vary by the triviality of about 200 years, while the calculations of your scientists and researchers show absences of several thousand years.
32. A fact that you can recalculate at any time with the help of my information that I will give you here.
33. Many researchers of Earth have tried since ever to calculate the exact time of the Flood known to you through the Bible, but so far without much success.
34. According to today’s Christian calendar, the Flood took place exactly 10,079 years ago.
35. It was triggered by a worldwide catastrophe of cosmic origin, when a gigantic comet threw Earth out of its orbit and changed its rotation time and its direction of rotation.
36. At that time, one Earth day amounted to more than 40 hours, and the Sun didn’t rise in the east like it does today.
37. Such changes to the rotation time and the direction of rotation have afflicted Earth two more times since the Flood, but they did not bring such devastating catastrophes as with the aforementioned Flood.
38. The last radical change of this kind took place 3,500 years ago, about which I will speak later, however.
39. The Flood 10,079 years ago (based on the year 1975) was caused by a gigantic comet, which has already caused a lot of damage and has moved through the universe since time immemorial.
40. We call it the “Destroyer,” and we know that it has already been raging through cosmic space for millions of years.
41. According to your time reckoning, this dangerous comet has an orbital period of 575 1/2 years, and in the year 2255 of your calendar, it will again reach very dangerously into the area of Earth, unless some cosmic circumstances or our intended efforts change its course or even destroy it.
42. The last passage of this comet took place 295 years ago (calculated from 1975), namely in the year 1680.
43. 10,079 years ago, this giant comet, which had originated from a natural cosmic catastrophe, came into the area of Earth very close and nearly destroyed it.
44. It was only the knowledge and ability of our forebears, who had settled on Earth and procreated their descendants here, that prevented the terrible end.
45. Even in the following millennia, the giant comet has always been a great threat to Earth – and it will also remain so until it is destroyed or diverted away.
46. The last great catastrophe that came from this comet was around 3,500 years ago, as I already mentioned.
47. It was exactly 3,453 years ago by your time reckoning.
48. Due to this comet, an event took place, which is very rare in the universe, namely a planetary transplantation:
49. By the tremendous power of this giant comet, a planet just developing life in a planetary system very far from the SOL system was flung out of its orbit and was driven out into cosmic space, in a trajectory parallel to the destructive giant comet.
50. For more than 130 years, this planet then followed far behind the giant and deviated from its course only infinitely slowly.
51. Then, 3,453 years ago, the Destroyer penetrated into Earth’s solar system and brought the planetary orbits into disorder by its tremendous forces.
52. Passing close to Earth, it enshrouded this in its huge tail and shook it very hard.
53. Violent storms and volcanic eruptions were the result.
54. Humans and animals died in large masses, mountains were shifted, and the ocean depths changed.
55. In the Mediterranean Sea, deep down the magma walls of the Santorini volcano were torn, and great waters penetrated.
56. This caused a tremendous catastrophe, because from this the volcano exploded and destroyed the island.
57. The explosion created a gigantic storm surge, which grew some 200 meters high in the sky and swept like a primeval monster across the sea.
58. Everything in it was killed and crushed, and the waters were colored blood red.
59. In Egypt, this storm surge flooded vast areas and caused all sorts of epidemics, while the tidal wave raced back and continued raging northeastward across the sea to destroy vast areas and all port cities on the eastern shore of the sea, in today’s Syria.
60. The comet, however, shot through Earth’s solar system and raced around the Sun again into cosmic space, in order to come back in 575 1/2 years.
61. But the slower following planet carried along in its wake, which was about the same size as Earth, shot at about 600,000 kilometers of distance past Earth and was caught by the attraction force of the Sun.
62. By its tremendous power, it forced the new planet into an orbit between its closest satellites, namely between Mercury and Earth.
63. And since then, this “transplanted” and “immigrated” planet has been known to the Earth human being, and he calls it “Venus.”
Billy:
Fantastic, Semjase.
Semjase:
64. Sure, but I’m not finished yet, because I want to tell you more primal things now: the prehistory of this comet so fateful for Earth, which also brought its satellite, the Moon – the fragment of a small planet from a very distant solar system.
65. Earth’s Moon, which comes from a minor planet 4.5 million years older than Earth.
66. It was millions of years ago.
67. Deep in unknown space, in a space-time-shifted solar system of the Milky Way, a lonesome star drifted far away from the normal courses of the satellites orbiting that sun.
68. It was a dark star, devoid of any life, very dangerous in its unpredictable course, into which it had been flung by a tremendous eruption of its original sun.
69. This, when its original sun burst from shattering explosions and, in its destruction, either destroyed some of the satellites orbiting it or else hurled them out as dangerous missiles into dark space.
70. The sun itself then collapsed into itself and tore a hole in cosmic space.
71. Its matter pressed together with tremendous force and was compressed into a small mass.
72. While the sun in its normal pulsating state had a diameter of eleven million kilometers, it now shrank down to a concentration of only 4.2 kilometers.
73. As a result, the matter was so condensed that a single cubic centimeter weighed several thousand tons.
74. Since then, it has been floating in space as a dark, yawning hollow, which tears everything within millions of kilometers into itself, whatever it is able to seize and hold captive.
75. The dark star, which got flung away by it at that time, got caught in a neighboring solar system and orbited it in an unpredictable course.
76. In the field of the force of the huge sun, it orbited the sun’s satellites for many millennia as well as the sun itself, testifying to the fact that it would sometime cause a catastrophe to fall upon the system.
77. Yet still far away from the actual worlds, the dark planet, bare of any life, roamed through space.
78. Powerfully and unapproachably, it drifted through the icy cold of the universe – as an outcast, as a wandering planet, as a stranger in a foreign system; dark, dangerous, and deadly.
79. Within the hold of the far outstretched force-arms of the sun, it came closer and closer over the course of thousands of years to the actual area of the system of satellites, which it had already been orbiting for such a long time at an ever-increasing speed.
80. Imperceptibly, however, its course always became narrower and narrower, and year by year the extent of its danger grew.
81. After the thousands of years, it then rushed suddenly and unexpectedly into the closest sphere of influence of the sun and its planets.
82. Like a greedy monster, it emerged out of the blackness of the universe and announced deadly destruction.
83. For the time being, it was only like a shadow out of nowhere, but then it could be recognized in a hazy and blurred way as a dim, round disc.
84. Now illuminated by the reflecting rays of the sun, it approached the orbit of the outermost planet at a tremendous speed.
85. But it was still millions of units away from the actual hearth of peaceful calmness; however, in its gigantic size, it would soon have to transform this into a seething hell, once it penetrated into the quietness of this harmony.
86. But still some time passed for the time being, before the giant finally broke away from its course and moved into the most dangerous proximity.
87. Now recognizable as a round sphere, the Destroyer reflected the sunlight as it trailed a fine shroud of luminous particles behind itself.
88. Only a few hundred units away from the nearest worlds, it brought forth these infernal storms, which destroyed large areas that had been built by the human beings who had peacefully originated there.
89. With trembling quakes around their laboriously earned possessions and their already hard life, they suddenly found themselves exposed to the tremendous and ruthless forces of the universe.
90. Helpless and doomed to be delivered from life to death, they stared out into the sky at the enormous wandering planet, which raced along as a cosmic death missile.
91. It was only a matter of time before the forces of the cosmos had to unfold their monstrous powers.
92. In the night of the third day after the Destroyer had broken into the orbits of the planets – it might have been just past the middle of the night – the space-drifter penetrated the elliptical orbit of the sixth planet.
93. Causing powerful cosmic storms, it flung the planet belonging to the orbit some units from its direction, bringing it on a dangerous course to the sun.
94. Monstrous eruptions and storms tore apart the once peaceful image of the planet thriving in its magnificence.
95. Allowing mountains to collapse into themselves and casting seas out of their beds, it sought a new path for itself around its sun.
96. Full of horror and terror over the mighty forces of nature, the human beings fled into the vast plains that copiously covered the planet.
97. But the unleashed forces of nature were stronger than the will and the saving idea of the human beings.
98. Two-thirds of the planet’s humanity were killed and destroyed in the unleashed hell of nature.
99. Wild waters tore away large parts of the mainland, while exploding volcanoes buried enormous surfaces beneath glowing lava and reduced them to rubble and ashes.
100. The planet’s daily rotation time doubled, and it orbited the sun in the opposite direction.
101. Compelled by cosmic determinations, the survivors had to find a new beginning – devoid of any culture – set back to a primary time of origination.
102. The Destroyer, however, had continued to race through the system, spreading hell, death, and destruction.
103. It cut through the course of the fifth planet, a world that was about to give birth to first life.
104. Fortunately, at the time of the event, this one was too far away from its trajectory for this one to have been able to be seriously affected.
105. Apart from mighty storms and minor quakes on land and at sea, no considerable incidents were to be recorded on it.
106. The fourth satellite of the system, however, was to find its destruction in this battle of worlds.
107. As the smallest of all the satellites, it stoically drew its course, and viewed with advance calculations, it had to cross the wanderer’s flight path just when it was facing it head-on.
108. And so it happened:
109. It got into the irresistible destructive power of the giant.
110. Like two wild monsters, the two planets snapped towards each other – a giant and a dwarf.
111. But before the two could clash, powerful explosions tore apart the lifeless, dead dwarf planet.
112. Some of its fragments were hurled out into the endless expanses of the universe, where they became captured as shooting stars or meteors by the forces of other stars and, burning up in their atmospheres, found their final end.
113. Other parts of the dwarf were torn into the sun and atomized.
114. Other parts were torn into the Destroyer and became a part of it.
115. One half of the dwarf planet, as if hurled by a giant’s fist, shot away from it and through a dimension gate created by highly developed human hands, into the unending expanses of the Milky Way’s space, to a very distant target.
116. Several times on its course, it got into the area of suns and planets, was shaken, was hit by meteors and shooting stars, and thereby changed its shape.
117. After only a few centuries, it had reached an angular, roundish shape.
118. It was dead and barren, however, covered by many small as well as huge, deep craters, and was incapable of supporting life.
119. By the forces of various systems, it was slowly slowed down in its speed and changed its course several times, until one day it was attracted by the sun of a system and broke into its sphere of influence.
120. As a dark, dead planet, it passed through all planetary orbits of the outer rings without causing any damage.
121. Only in the inner rings did it collide with some fragments of a destroyed planet, which only tore deep craters into it.
122. But as a result, its course was changed slightly another time, with the result that it was driven parallel to the orbit of the second planet, which was already witnessing the first primitive life.
123. A planet covered by great seas and dense primary forests – primeval, deadly, yet cruelly fantastical.
124. From this point in time, only 34 days passed before the dwarf caught up with the planet, namely Earth, and was held captive by it.
125. The forces of the planet were enough to bind the dwarf to itself and to let it revolve around as a new satellite, in an ever-changing elliptical orbit.
126. Since then, it revolves around Earth as the Moon, 4.5 million years older than its mother star.
127. In the distant solar system, however, the Destroyer had continued to rage.
128. Destroying everything in its path, it flung the planet closest to the sun with unimaginable force toward the sun, before which it got destroyed at a millionfold distance by tremendous eruptions and fell as the smallest fragments into the sun and became atomized.
129. The Destroyer itself drifted a few units from its old course and shot past the sun in dangerous proximity, back into the expanses of space, in order to take the same course of the minor planet like long times before; consequently, it also passed through the dimension gate created by highly technical human hands and came into the space-time configuration of our DERN universe and into the area of the Milky Way and, along with that, also into the SOL system.
130. Due to the unimaginable heat of the blazing sun, however, the surface of the dangerous wanderer liquefied, and the glowing substances and particles flung away by its racing speed produced a luminous tail a hundred thousand units long behind it, shining like the Destroyer-planet itself, which had now become a deadly comet.
131. Due to the zero cold of the universe, the surface of the wanderer quickly solidified again.
132. But its luminosity remained with it, as well as its luminous tail.
133. Since then, myriads and myriads of the smallest particles and substances have been covering it, inundating it and following as a long tail behind it, whenever it comes into the area of a sun – shining and showing the beings of the universe the path of the comet.
134. Due to the continuous stream of meteoric dust, particles, substances, and the corpuscular radiations of suns, it will never lose its luminosity until it one day passes to its destruction.
135. Still for thousands or millions of more years, it will wander through space, before it becomes dust by the grinding particles or is captured and destroyed by a sun.
136. But maybe someday human beings will destroy it, just as it has already destroyed billions of lives.
137. Millions of years have passed since its origination, and its course is still unpredictable.
138. By all sorts of cosmic forces, it often quite unexpectedly changes its course in the SOL system and endangers, among other things, its incomplete solar systems of Jupiter and Saturn.
139. But by and large, its dangerous orbit is so stable that over the course of 575 1/2 years, it passes through the same planetary systems again and again, but with variations in the distance of up to a million kilometers.
140. The then two-thirds destroyed humanity of the distant solar system found a new beginning, which was hard and full of privation.
141. But in less than 9 centuries, the human beings built a new civilization and culture – created and driven out of the need arising from cosmic forces.
142. The people succeeded in preventing further cosmic catastrophes and annihilations.
143. Through painstaking research, work, and voluntary commitment to the last, they created plans for their new culture and for far-reaching technology.
144. Dwellings secure against forces of nature were built, and generation after generation brought their knowledge and ability together.
145. Their spirit and their consciousness and their knowledge were refining rapidly, and soon the following generations had attained a technology, which derided every possibility of every fantasy.
146. And there came the time when the descendants – with round, plate-like flying ships with beam drives – flew out into the unending depths of the universe.
147. Other solar systems and planets were flown to and expeditioned.
148. New worlds and possibilities opened up, in order to transplant the people of the home planet which in the meantime had become too small for the new humanity.
149. The scientists, with their spaceships and abundant resources of all kinds and fantastic application possibilities, used the dimension gate known to them to reach the Milky Way area (in another space-time configuration of the DERN Universe) and explored the space for more and more new things.
150. They found many new habitable worlds and solar systems, which they often subjected to themselves with their beam weapons in short one-sided fights, in order to conquer them for settlement of their race.
151. Apart from their horrendous material-based and gene-based technology, they also perfected their consciousness and their spirit, so that nothing that they wanted to experience remained foreign to them anymore.
152. The use of their powers of consciousness became a matter of course for them, and so they gradually elevated themselves as rulers against their people.
153. They called themselves “kings of wisdom” with the word “JHWH,” which is translated on Earth as “god.”
154. Far superior to the normal people spiritually and in terms of knowledge and consciousness, they soon dominated them in an evil, dictatorial form.
155. But after centuries of becoming tired of the god-like scientists, the people rose for the time being in a quiet revolution against them.
156. Oppressed, however, by the spiritual and consciousness-based powers and by the tremendous knowledge of the gods, the people had to submit to their rulers.
157. But the will for freedom allowed them to prepare secretly for battle.
158. It glowed like a smoldering ember for four centuries, in order to blaze up at the given moment as an untameable, wild conflagration.
159. According to Earth’s time reckoning, it was about 230,000 years ago, when the liberation war broke loose.
160. Evil struggles covered many planets, and much was destroyed.
161. A scientist named Asael used the opportunity to make himself independent and to flee.
162. Secretly, he managed to bring a large fleet of spaceships into his possession, to man them, and to escape under heavy fighting.
163. With 183 Great Spacers and some 250 reconnaissance ships with a total of 360,000 human beings on board, he escaped from his home system.
164. They moved restlessly for years through the expanse of space before they one day found a solar system that offered them opportunities for life, far away from their home system.
165. After their occupation of the planet, 300 of their years passed as they created a new humanity.
166. After that, they settled two other planets of their new home system, in order then to travel through cosmic space again exploring.
167. By doing so, they came across the system of Earth’s Sun.
168. Here, they settled on three different planets – so on Earth, on Malona, and on Mars – and began building a new culture.
169. But the planets were still rather inhospitable and often hostile.
170. So they, in turn, left the planets and only occasionally visited them.
171. When, then, on the second planet, Earth, the first intelligent life stirred, they came back and lived there.
172. But as it is in the minds of human beings, power struggles broke out again, and they left Earth.
173. From the new home planet, however, the development of Earth was constantly monitored and expeditioned year after year.
174. From time to time, it was tried again and again to settle the planet.
175. Also, beings were deported to Earth and simply left to their fate, without any technology or help.
176. They became stunted, wild, and bestial.
177. Then came the time at last, when the big step was finally ventured.
178. A certain culture was built on Earth, which lasted several millennia.
179. But again, greed for power broke out, and everything was destroyed.
180. So Earth fell back into its old existence.
181. Then, it took several millennia before a new attempt was made, but this time no longer in the sense of an actual expedition:
182. Differences of opinion once again arose on the home planet because the scientists again elevated themselves as gods and beat the people into bondage.
183. It arose from this that a group of dissident scientists and other human beings banded together and seized various spaceships.
184. Some 70,000 human beings fled and settled on Earth.
185. Their highest leader, Pelegon, was openly recognized by all as JHWH (god) and led a tight regiment.
186. He had some 200 subleaders, who were each responsible for a special field of knowledge.
187. They were, so to speak, subgods, or also called “watchers.”
188. On the home planet, however, war broke out, and much was destroyed again.
189. But the human beings finally obtained freedom and peace.
190. This has remained the same since then and also will never change anymore.
191. According to Earth’s time reckoning, that was around 50,000 years ago.
192. Only on Earth itself, it was not always so peaceful, and many mistakes were made.
193. And by one of these mistakes, the primal human races of Earth were procreated, whose descendants still live today and are at the point of making the same mistakes as our forebears.
Billy:
That is quite fantastic, Semjase. But how did everything continue further? I’m really curious about that.
Semjase:
194. I readily believe you, but for today, I cannot tell you any more because my time is up.
195. Next time, you shall learn more.

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