Contact Report 181

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.
  • Friday, December 31, 1982, 6:25 PM

Billy:

Man, it took a rather long time before you announced yourself again. For weeks, I have tried to reach you because there were some things that I wanted to discuss with you. In addition, I was desperately waiting for the fact that you would at least transmit the last report to me.

Quetzal:

1. Listen, my friend, I expressly told you that I would first visit you again when your state of health had substantially improved.

2. But precisely this was not the case during the last few weeks because exactly the opposite was given.

3. In addition, during the entire time since your fainting, you neither adhered to my nor the doctor’s orders – that you need rest, that you are not to perform any work, and that you must abstain from any excitement.

4. Under such circumstances, I could neither visit you nor transmit to you the contact reports of the last visits.

5. It would have been the sure end for you if I would have done that anyways.

6. For this reason, I also won’t transmit the various last reports which are pending yet, for it would be too strenuous for you.

7. Now, at last, attentiveness to your health must be given, and only its value must be borne.

8. Still for a long time, you won’t be over the hilltop, as you tend to say, because the worst consequences can still occur.

9. I’m just surprised that this hasn’t already happened long ago because when I think of my experiment with the androids, then it is all the more incomprehensible to me that you remain among the living or at least haven’t fallen into insanity.

10. And all this only in consequence of the fact that some diehards in the community of the center have thoughtlessly and irresponsibly indulged in their selfish and illogical nature for many years, which they still do not discard to the present day, and with this, they maintain the danger, without a single thought of guilt in driving you into insanity or death in the foreseeable time.

11. A fact that, unfortunately, we cannot prevent by our means because you stubbornly hold to still being able to lead everything onto the right track somehow, even though it will be an impracticable venture because the troublemakers just as stubbornly hold to their egoism and to their autonomy as you do to the will of carrying out your mission.

12. And that this is actually so, I could very well recognize on last Wednesday when you interrupted the study of the core group members in the kitchen in the afternoon, which was, by the way, absolutely right of you because that was the only way that you could protect yourself on the one hand, while also being able to respond to Bernadette’s false assertion on the other hand.

13. Unfortunately, there is a great burden with her, as you rightly said that afternoon, that from her wrong or wrongly expressed thoughts, etc., she always wants to bend things in such a way that would give the impression that her thinking and actions are correct.

14. She then expresses this in each case also in that she endlessly throws the same phrase into the field, that she had also thought of exactly what you explained and that you had misunderstood her expression, however, or that maybe she hadn’t expressed herself clearly enough.

15. But that isn’t her only serious evil which causes resentment and discord among the rest of the group members since her aggressiveness toward the other group members still hasn’t been dismantled by her, by what means she continues to create bad blood and depressive moods in the others.

16. And if I speak of Bernadette in regards to these things, then I also have to include Jacobus in this, who falls on the same tracks from time to time.

17. It is, however, to be said of him that he does strive very hard to fix these damages and that some successes slowly appear, which, unfortunately, has not yet been the case with Bernadette in this respect.

18. But if Jacobus strives a little more intensely, then he may have repaired the defects in a rather short time, whereas this may persist for a very long time with Bernadette, if she doesn’t finally find the way of effort.

19. Her behavior toward the group members, her steady and usually unjustified faultfinding and aggressive attacks reflect a very low level of effort, concerning which she was already stopped several times.

20. In addition, if I may use your own expression again, then I would like to stay that it would be better for her, in every respect, if she would clean her own house rather than sweep her dirt or alleged dirt in front of her neighbor’s door.

21. In truth, she only sees the tiny thorn in the eye of her neighbor, but the beam that is in her own eye, she doesn’t even perceive.

22. And that, my friend, that had to be said once, especially because you reported to me recently that Bernadette had asked that her fallibility be shown openly.

23. But whether it can be certain that her assent means that she will swallow the revealed truth and the pointing-out of her errors and that an improvement will develop from this – without an unwarranted anger resulting, even if it should only be internal and secret – I doubt it, however.

Billy:

And you actually want to transmit everything to me?

Quetzal:

24. That is correct because it is necessary that the concerns of today’s discussion be recorded as contact reports.

25. Indeed, I will have to be helpful to you during the transmission, so that you don’t overexert yourself.

Billy:

Alright; do you still have more of the kind as you’ve just proposed?

Quetzal:

26. I have to discuss a great deal with you regarding your state of health, but that is determined for you alone.

Billy:

Very well, then I have some important questions: first of all, we have decided that the personal spirit teachings of the individual group members in the center should no longer be carried out in their quiet chamber but together in the hall, whereby each one works for himself alone, nevertheless.  Through this alone, I think that we can be certain that the personal spirit teachings will also be pursued. What do you think about this?

Quetzal:

27. I think that it is correct like that and that for the center and for those group members who reside therein, everything should be maintained in such a way.

28. That is also the reason why I let this idea impulse penetrate into you, so that you would regulate it in such a way.

29. I also think that this should be received as an ordinal rule and that it should possess validity for all group members of the center, without exception.

30. Any evasions from cooperating in the said manner may not be acknowledged by any group member.

Billy:

So it was you, for I couldn’t even explain to myself from where I suddenly had this thought. Only today did I talk to Engelbert about this and told him that it was puzzling to me as to why and how I had this idea and that it seemed to me as if the thought had come from somewhere outside and had settled itself inside of me.

Quetzal:

31. Then you have correctly recognized things.

Billy:

We still have problems with regard to these things here, if you want to read these notes?

Quetzal:

32. Concerning the plan for Sundays, you have my approval.

33. I think that it will be a very good solution for the allocation of time, the learning, and the evening meal.

34. Concerning the meditation times in the center, which need to be shifted, it is such that I can be helpful to you by programming a new registration for all persons concerned, so that with the next visit to the SOHAR center, their new time becomes registered in the corresponding storage.

35. That should be helpful to you.

Billy:

Good, then I have another question due to Guido, for he would like to go home again at this time before the meeting because he made an agreement with friends or acquaintances. In any case, I understood something within that frame.

Quetzal:

36. The statutes stipulate that there is an obligation for the monthly participation in the meetings.

37. On the other hand, Guido fulfills his duties regularly and also strives to the best of his abilities, so his desire can very well be granted, whereby he can even fulfill some of his private obligations, which are probably also connected with his occupation, to which he must also give his attention.

38. But if there are still necessary things that would require his presence at the meeting, then those should be resolved by Engelbert with him.

Billy:

Thank you very much; you are not at all such a monster, as one might sometimes think.

Quetzal:

39. Your head seems to have received another nasty blow.

Billy:

Unfortunately no, I just feel somewhat better at the moment.

Quetzal:

40. That is perceptible from your humor.

Billy:

Without some humor, one flips out.

Quetzal:

41. You say that directed towards me, but unfortunately, I cannot let such happen at the moment because I am still concerned with Elsa, who very rapidly and uncontrollably alienates herself from the group and the task.

42. For this reason, I must arrange that her appearance and cooperation in the center must become more intensive again immediately, within the scope that she spends every second Saturday evening from 7:00 PM and the following Sunday until that evening in the center in each case and that she fulfills her duty there, and also, she should be incorporated into the increased meditation in the SOHAR center, for which I likewise undertake the necessary programming.

43. Concerning Elsa, I have found out that she puts forth reasons of work overload, etc., in order not to have to appear in the center and not to have to be active there, whereby she often doesn’t attend to such works at home, nevertheless, but is involved in wrong businesses and in other various things that have nothing to do with her school teaching work.

44. Therefore, it is my view that if she can spare time for these delusive and other various businesses, then she should fulfill her duty as a core group member of the community.

45. And this should possess validity starting today – without further exceptions and without delay.

Billy:

That will set me back quite a bit.

Quetzal:

46. Now, at last, all group members must fulfill their duty and must stand by their task.

47. Either one is of the thought for the truth, or one is against it, whereby the latter has been destructive for a long time.

48. Neither the preservation of an occupation nor the preservation of an existence, etc. entitle an honest person to deny the truth or to deny any more than there is in this respect and neither does it give one the authorization to neglect his duty.

49. Whoever is knowledged of the truth also has to behave accordingly and to do everything to ensure that the truth is consciously spread.

50. But if this isn’t done, then it equals a crime committed against life and against each co-life form.

Billy:

You speak to me from the heart. May I once read to you something that I have recently received from a core group member? It also refers precisely to what you just said. It is almost in direct connection with it.

Quetzal:

51. If you think that it is advantageous, then read it aloud to me.

52. From which group member is it written?

Billy:

On the one hand, I don’t want to tell you that officially because this should remain a secret between this really perceptive, very dear person and myself, and secondly, I think that you know everyone in the group so well that you yourself find out everything. It’s not that I have no confidence in you because of not mentioning the name, my friend, but you should know that the author has written these lines to me in confidence, and I would like to preserve this confidence. I just hope that my action won’t be misunderstood if I read the lines to you and, thus, they are probably returned by you in the report through the transmission. But my thought is that these lines represent a tremendous value and must be brought to the attention of all, even though, at the same time, no name is mentioned. Many group members can help themselves to a large piece of this and try to digest it, in order to learn a damn lot from this, especially the one who provided and who provides the reason for the fact that other group members fall into such hells and that only evil, screaming misery is inside of them.

Quetzal:

53. Your words in the faulty ears, but now, read it aloud before you excite yourself in rage, for your words already point to this.

Billy:

Good, then listen, here it is written:

We cannot afford anything more, and yet we always jump out of the given framework.  It is bad because deliberate mistakes are often made. These are always the same. Bringing about unrest, they sneak around, everyone becoming infected by their poison. So we will sink more and more into their animosity and into their coldness toward one another. Although, we couldn’t live among mankind any more because we live differently, to know what it is about, but we apparently go on in order to perish.  We are approaching the end. Even if some of them get their act together, still, it’s no use whenever the same people always commit gross, negligent, and inexcusable errors. Everyone must suffer from it – unfortunately.

The hourglass is running out, and I don’t know if I have the strength to watch as one grain of sand after another falls down into the abyss. I know that right now, I just have a crisis (both mentally and physically), but I suspect that I don’t want to (or couldn’t) live in such a way with these people.  You know that we are so many people, and yet, I am alone. Can you understand that?

I worry mentally about everyone – I cry! My eyes burn from unshed tears. What do we accomplish if everything fails? I could no longer coexist with other people because they do not understand me, and they do not understand us. On the other hand, I find it increasingly difficult to feel at home here, too. You wouldn’t believe it: when I am abroad and I come close to our island, then an eerie feeling comes over me, and this always happens whenever inconsistencies prevail in our stronghold.

Why can’t we live peacefully with one another, without malice, cursing, and evil thoughts? I soon won’t be able to endure these eternally envious people any more! I was always an optimist, but I will soon no longer have the strength to maintain this.

Please read this through, and don’t let it excite you – and forget it soon.

Now, I feel a little better, and I hope that you are not mad at me because I have the audacity to write to you.

Please do not speak with me because my problem will only be resolved if our so-called group becomes a real, undeceitful, harmonious, neighbor-loving group.

Quetzal:

54. You did very well to read these lines to me.

55. They are very far-reaching and expose the most intrinsic problem.

Billy:

I almost howled, damn it. On the other hand, I would have hugged the little fellow most dearly around the neck and would have embraced him.  Unfortunately, I’m a too large and boorish lumberjack and would act rather dumb while meeting this need. But on the other hand, if someone could also observe when one offers his neighbor an affectionate gesture or some consolation in all honor and love, then stupid and primitive gossip would already be served on the plate. It is simply crazy because just in our group, where honest love should be taken for granted, it often cannot be made known there.

Quetzal:

56. That is correct, and that is more than just very unfortunate.

57. Especially egoism and jealousy flare up very quickly in some group members when a person manifests his genuine love for his neighbor or simply respects him and treats him accordingly.

Billy:

Different individuals should finally see to it that they find their partners in order then to marry. This would, perhaps, resolve a few things, but about which I am not convinced, for maybe even greater problems could emerge from that.

Quetzal:

58. That is correct, but the problems of the partnership cannot easily be solved for various group members, such as with Jacobus, who sees too many wrong things as a result of his wrong thinking, even more than he himself thinks in this regard, although an application by him would be urgently necessary for a long time.

59. Yet for today, we have spoken enough about these things with each other.

60. You have exerted yourself very much and give that impression with your appearance.

61. I’m going to stay here now and help you to write everything down.

62. After that, I will go.

Billy:

As you wish.

*Translator’s Note: This concludes Volume 4 of “Pleiadian/Plejaren Contact Reports,” published by FIGU Switzerland. 

The following is the Table of Contents which appears in the back of the original book:

Table of Contents

Title                                                                               Page

One Hundred and Thirty-third Contact

Friday, August 8, 1980, 12:09 PM                                  001

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth Contact

Wednesday, August 13, 1980, 11:16 PM                          008

One Hundred and Thirty-fifth Contact

Thursday, October 9, 1980, 7:44 PM                             037

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Contact

Tuesday, October 14, 1980, 11:41 PM                          048

One Hundred and Thirty-seventh Contact

Saturday, October 18, 1980, 10:47 PM                             128

One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Contact

Sunday, October 19, 1980, 11:10 PM                         132

One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Contact

Tuesday, October 21, 1980, 11:38 AM                          135

One Hundred and Fortieth Contact

Friday, October 24, 1980, 9:55 PM                             139

One Hundred and Forty-first Contact

Saturday, January 1, 1981, 1:40 AM                           142

One Hundred and Forty-second Contact

Tuesday, February 3, 1981 11:53 PM                      150

One Hundred and Forty-third Contact

Sunday, March 22, 1981, 6:53 PM                              178

One Hundred and Forty-fourth Contact

Thursday, March 26, 1981, 3:16 AM                          183

One Hundred and Forty-fifth Contact

Monday, June 1, 1981, 1:10 AM                                       191

One Hundred and Forty-sixth Contact

Saturday, June 13, 1981, 12:43 AM                            196

One Hundred and Forty-seventh Contact

Tuesday, July 28, 1981, 6:27 PM                                      201

One Hundred and Forty-eighth Contact

Monday, September 21, 1981, 7:21 PM                         206

One Hundred and Forty-ninth Contact

Thursday, October 1, 1981, 4:23 PM                          216

One Hundred and Fiftieth Contact

Saturday, October 10, 1981, 3:15 AM                            221

One Hundred and Fifty-first Contact

Monday, October 12, 1981, 12:07 AM                             296

One Hundred and Fifty-second Contact

Wednesday, November 4, 1981, 6:47 PM

Thought Transmission Contact                                       301

One Hundred and Fifty-third Contact

Wednesday, November 25, 1981, 10:52 PM                  304

One Hundred and Fifty-fourth Contact

Friday, December 4, 1981, 11:01 PM                            316

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Contact

Sunday, December 6, 1981, 10:45 PM                              325

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth Contact

Sunday, December 13, 1981, 11:14 PM                            336

One Hundred and Fifty-seventh Contact

Tuesday, December 22, 1981, 1:06 PM                            343

One Hundred and Fifty-eighth Contact

Sunday, January 3, 1982, 11:46 AM                              349

One Hundred and Fifty-ninth Contact

Sunday, January 10, 1982, 1:58 AM                              353

One Hundred and Sixtieth Contact

Wednesday, February 3, 1982, 11:41 PM                         361

One Hundred and Sixty-first Contact

Friday, February 12, 1982, 1:20 PM                           364

One Hundred and Sixty-second Contact

Friday, February 19, 1982, 6:03 PM                              367

One Hundred and Sixty-third Contact

Friday, February 26, 1982, 4:50 AM                              372

One Hundred and Sixty-fourth Contact

Friday, March 5, 1982, 12:18 AM                                     380

One Hundred and Sixty-fifth Contact

Monday, March 8, 1982, 8:30 AM                                    388

One Hundred and Sixty-sixth Contact

Thursday, March 11, 1982, 4:11 AM                             396

One Hundred and Sixty-seventh Contact

Saturday, March 13, 1982, 3:07 PM                            401

One Hundred and Sixty-eighth Contact

Tuesday, March 16, 1982, 11:31 PM                          405

One Hundred and Sixty-ninth Contact

Sunday, March 28, 1982, 11:11 AM                        410

One Hundred and Seventieth Contact

Palm Sunday, April 4, 1982, 11:48 PM                             419

One Hundred and Seventy-first Contact

Tuesday, April 6, 1982, 11:03 PM                                  421

One Hundred and Seventy-second Contact

Sunday, July 4, 1982, 11:03 AM                                       428

One Hundred and Seventy-third Contact

Monday, August 9, 1982, 7:30 PM                                   436

One Hundred and Seventy-fourth Contact

Friday, August 20, 1982, 4:37 PM                                     442

One Hundred and Seventy-fifth Contact

Saturday, September 4, 1982, 12:00 PM                        446

One Hundred and Seventy-sixth Contact

Wednesday, September 15, 1982, 3:50 AM                458

One Hundred and Seventy-seventh Contact

Sunday, September 19, 1982, 3:48 AM                          461

One Hundred and Seventy-eighth Contact

Monday, October 4, 1982, 10:00 PM                                465

One Hundred and Seventy-ninth Contact

Friday, October 22, 1982, 4:15 PM                                469

One Hundred and Eightieth Contact

Saturday, November 6, 1982, 12:48 AM                           477

One Hundred and Eighty-first Contact

Saturday, December 31, 1982, 6:25 PM                           482

Books from Aquarian Age Publishing

Company of FIGU                                                             488

Table of Contents                                                           493

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