Session 6: Part 1

Facilitated by Suzanne Spooner, March 2016

Part 1: Charlie

What’s the very first thing that you notice?

A swirling, it’s like a hurricane map, almost. Like the eye of a hurricane swirling clockwise. And the filament has breaks in the swirl but it’s cascading downward.

And where are you in relation to the filament breaks swirling down?

I am analyzing the motion of the cyclical nature of this and there’s movement to the West, or left, with this, um cyclone, I guess. I’m not sure that it’s a storm or anything.

Ok, and why are you analyzing it?

It has to do with space weather and understanding the patterns of space weather as they unfold in the vacuum of space and in the less visible spectrum. And so, just like you might be analyzing a storm via radar or via satellite, this is analyzing it from a three dimensional aspect. So that’s a component of this module that I’m looking at and I’m able to view how this phenomenon takes place and how it emanates outward in approaching the object or the target it reaches.

Ok, then what do you do with that understanding when you have it?

Based on the swirls, something to do with densities of the spaces in between the swirl and the actual filament indicates different things. And the widths of the cyclone itself coming at you so this is a first person view of the cyclone emanating as a vortex outward or upward as if you were the target above it, so to say. So it’s coming at you more than a 2-D image just moving simply across a map.

And so are you right there or how are you viewing this?

I’m viewing this on a screen in some sort of, I mean, it’s definitely the laboratory that I work in.

Is this Charlie?

Yes.

Hi Charlie, how are you?

(laughter) Good to be back.

(laugh) Good to have you back!

Didn’t really expect to come back (laughter).

You must really like us (laugh).

Yeah! It’s really weird because it’s not always voluntary it seems in how I come to communicate with you guys on Earth. I just get pulled or all of the sudden I’m speaking with you.

And you’re able to still conduct your experiments while you’re speaking to us or do you stop?

It’s a delayed time freeze. It’s like I experience a time freeze and then I’m still there and I’m expecting things to happen and unfold but I just keep seeing the image or whatever I see unfold before my eyes when I was asked to freeze or see time as it was where I was. But I’m not aware of who I’m speaking to or with until some time elapses because it is a time shift for me and a physical shift for me because I am aware all of the sudden that something has occurred. It might be something similar in one of your films, that concept might have been portrayed at some point.

So do you hear us like you’re hearing a voice?

Yeah, yeah exactly! I hear this voice in my head but I can’t figure out where it’s coming from. And I just see the screen still in my bunker like outpost in the facility. And so I am staring through the glass still and I look down at the facility. I see no one, I see the machines working and then I look back at the screen. The screen is gridded. It’s really weird, we’ve got like two handles on the sides of the screen. They might be reminiscent of something in your military in your past. But they’re maybe something similar to your naval or maritime features. Something you might have with unsteady ground or unsteady terrain. And so you’ve got these handles that are jutting out from the sides of this screen that, in my opinion, are really unnecessary because my generation, we’ve known stability on M1 and there hasn’t been any issues. And at no point do I ever have to brace myself or grab things like the edges of the screen (laugh). But it is gridded and it’s got green lines that are gridded over the screen. So it might look archaic to your eyes. There are different screens we use for different reasons on purpose because they can show the function and moreover the form and structure of something. So if the structure and the foundation are understood then you can understand how something might play out in terms of effect. But if you don’t understand the skeleton of something, for example, then you can’t possibly understand how the nerves and muscles would be laid over a skeleton, for example. Or like if you’re building a building, you know.

Ok, so does this experiment coincide with the energy experiments that you’ve been doing on M1?

It has to do with the general experiments that we’re always concerned with. So we study energy physics, if you want to call it that. So the properties of energy as we know it in this universe. And there are so many different ways to understand energy. You can understand it on the terrestrial object, the TO, where I’m at, where we sort of blew away the atmosphere. You can understand it in the context of Kylox, the home planet where we blew away part of the atmosphere but we rebuilt it in a semi-synthetic way and so we restored some of the atmosphere. So it’s a restored –

Can I stop you? Can you explain how you rebuilt the atmosphere?

It had to do with dispersing things, dispersing gases basically. It was taking metalloids, putting them into gaseous form but it was compounds. Because the metalloids that we were using, and I’ve talked about gold in the past as being one of the primary constituents of the compounds. But the compounds are fairly complex because you can’t just take these metalloids and vaporize them and expect them to do what you want them to do, which is, in this case, to restore some sort of shield to block UV rays on that part of the spectrum. And then some of the other rays that we were concerned about in our part of the universe. But it involved dispersing different types of vapors into the air at altitudes. Because we tried initially to launch things from the ground via projectile and that simply didn’t work. It might be similar to your cannons. We left Earth so long ago though, that I’m not familiar with modern military weaponry or anything like that, so I’m not sure what you guys have been using these days. But I know that we tried the cannon-like approach where you launch projectiles into the air where it explodes and the gaseous form was to take place and sort of suture itself with the particles that are in the air. And that’s the key behind the compounds, it’s not just the metalloids because the compounds need other chemicals mixed in order to make the metalloids suturable, I guess is the word I’m going to use, to the other particles in the atmosphere, so that you can rebuild something coherent.

Did it take an extended amount of time to get it done?

Yeah, unfortunately and in the meantime people suffered from what we call transient diseases or syndromes or illnesses because we don’t really experience them any more so we attribute them to that time or phase wherein the atmosphere wasn’t restored or hadn’t been restored yet and we trying to work with what we had.

Ok, thank you for that. So since we’ve spoken last is there other information you’d like to share with us.

Well, there’s something that I can see in my vision, there’s like two suns and they’re seemingly connected via energy particle waves. But they’re separated by a vast distance from one another, but they still interact with one another. And that’s something that we’ve been studying lately, is the interaction between two stars and basically when they start interacting and at what distance between one another. And obviously given the size of the stars what distance between one another do they start interacting in terms of energy bands, plasma bands, radio waves from different eruptions or losses and, not deprecations but suffocations, I guess, of different star components. So if a star is dying for example or if it’s shrinking or its lifetime is on the decline, then you can study that and certain aspects that are unique to that, as opposed to a younger star that might be interacting with it. So what we found out is that despite great distances, for Earthlings incalculable really and cognitively unfathomable. There is no concept on your planet for these great distances so it’s just throwing numbers at your brain. But the distances are so vast that you and other Earthlings would have a hard time believing, based on your science that we know, the natural sciences doesn’t believe that objects that far can interact with one another. And what we’re finding out is that they interact not just in the ways that are already known, like the basic sense of gravity pulling towards one another. And then if they’re facing one another and an eruption takes place, for example, with like radio waves or some sort of waves that are emitted and they are directed at the other star, we can figure out or we’ve figured out rather, so many more types of interactions that take place. And like we said, it has to do mainly with the non-visible spectrum. And I think that that’s why, that is exactly why I’m studying what I’m studying. We’re not just studying the interaction between two stars, we’re also studying the interactions of a single star on their own and different sizes, different ages of stars and what those look like and affect. And so that’s what the swirl, the cyclone type, that I’m studying; we call them star cyclones, I guess, or star twists that come off, or star vortices. And so depending on the size of the star, it can be very, very big. But they can expand outward in this vortex-like pattern and so the further and further it gets out, the larger and larger we’ve determined or we’ve noticed that the larger the impact area of the vortex. So in other words the bands of energy that swirl and comprise the vortex, they star swirling further and further out because of the composition of the swirl is strong enough to keep it together. So if you understand quantum gravity in that sense, like micro-gravity, within the vortex the particles are willing to balance one another equally because of the magnetic polarity going on.

How will this scientific data be beneficial to others?

Well, it’ll help be able to, for us first and foremost, with M1. Because we don’t have an atmosphere we’ll be able to predict when geomagnetic storms weeks in advance. So we’ll be able to know if we are going to have problems with electronics and then we can then start to do diagnostic work that’s preparatory in advance of storms that are weeks out. Because we can now determine if something is, not just headed in our direction but what it is and what it’s going to do in effect. And so there are certain sensitive instruments that we do have in our particular laboratory on M1, like I said there are multiple laboratories on M1. But in mine, atop the roof there are particularly sensitive instruments that we want to shut off so that we don’t have to repair them or do any hard maintenance after a stronger geomagnetic storm hits. Because the fact that we don’t have an atmosphere on M1 makes it particularly vulnerable and volatile for conditions when geomagnetic storms do hit. With Kylox, for example, it is going to help us figure weather systems and it’s going to help us predict weather really accurately and predict how much rainfall and how much water is going to accumulate. Basically for us to understand our logistics network, because that’s what we were talking about, one of the last times we spoke, how we were trying to improve that. We’ve got the communications down; we don’t have transporting the things down and the goods and services and stuff like that down. And we don’t have roads everywhere, that’s something that we are trying to move beyond because, again, like we talked about last time, we don’t believe in the concept of roads and that’s one reason why we were really weirded out. That was one of the last things that left us very confused about Earth and the future of it and whether our place on Earth was worth continuing to invest in.

And you’re talking about Kylox that doesn’t have roads?

No.

But it does have rain?

Yes.

Ok, do you know, is the rain similar in composition to rain on Earth?

Yes, as far as I know, its just water. Water on Kylox, when it falls, is pure, you could say. It’s not tainted with as many external or third party chemicals and other compounds up in the city. So let’s put it that way, cause what I could see always was the rain falling on our trees and we have a lot of palm trees. We have like forests that are really, really thick of palms. Which is really, really interesting to us because most of our climate isn’t super tropical or anything like that. And that’s one thing we noticed with Earth was where the palms are it’s pretty tropical. So that’s one thing that we noticed, um, I guess the one thing that we did notice that was kind of close was the dampness of your Southern continents, like your smallest continents, and I don’t remember the names right now of that area. But the smallest continent and the island off of it, at one point those were really similar to our forests, for the most part. And the main forest that I’m thinking of that’s vast, I mean, the area that it comprises is a majority of one of the continents of Kylox. So if you can imagine many, many continents that are intertwined, this one is like a palm or a hand, you could think of, like a shape like that. Or a leaf. And there’s sand outlining the continent but there’s a vast palm forest. But it’s not, like I said, it’s not super hot or anything like that, like your tropics or your equatorial areas.

Do you get snow?

Yes, we do get snow, but in certain areas. And we have particularly tall mountains on different parts of the planet. Our continents are really, really intricate, you could say. If you were to try to draw them compared to the continents that I remember from studying Earth, our continents are vastly more fractal or fractalized, I guess you could say. So if you took a fractal and kept zooming and zooming and zooming you could see how complex the land structures are with some of our continents and landmasses.

Ok, very good, so interesting! Is Kylox a larger planet than Earth?

Yes. I would say it’s about 1.5 times bigger. So it’s a good chunk bigger. And there are some things that we have that you’ve never seen on Earth. Like our mountains that do have snow and are particularly tall, we have sand that goes right up to the snow. So that’s not something I ever saw on Earth or any of the pictures or anything like that. We have, like . . . and see now I feel like I’m being flashed pictures or something like that, cause I don’t recognize these trees that are pointy and triangular.

Pine trees?

Sure, ummm, yeah, you could call them that cause they have like points to each, they have like needles on each, I guess. So if that’s the vernacular, yeah. We don’t have those. But we have trees that are very bountiful on the top, so they have the trunk and the wood and then they are bushy up top with big canopies.

What galaxy is Kylox in?

(long pause) I’m getting a bunch of names. I’ve got two names but I’m having a hard time pronouncing them. And then the other one is like SC179, but that we picked up from somebody else. So what I’m trying to say is that, there are a lot of names, I guess, but it depends on whom you ask because then it will give the correct answer. Like if you already have a name for our part of the universe or our galaxy in specific, I might already be tossing it around in my head but I can’t determine. We don’t really necessarily have a name, so. It isn’t really important to us.

And is the Commandant around?

He’s around, I saw him but then he, like he moves really quickly, like I said, sometimes. And today he’s moving extra quick, so sometimes I’ll see him. It’s really weird, I can see like stills of him but then it’s like a snake of him. It’s like if you took a shutter image forty times of a photo of him, it would be like that lined up in your vision. I see like an accordion image of him. And then I’ll see like one coherent photo of him and then I’ll know it’s him, you know. And I’ll see the goggles, cause he’s always got those on his head, he’s always got that fixture.

Have you been back to Kylox lately?

I go back as often as possible. And I haven’t been back in a few days actually because studying this, we just got the data on all of this star vortices. And I was ordered to study that and make sense of it as much as possible and give reports right away so that we could start implementing things right away with regard to the information.

And you give your reports to whom?

The Commandant.

Ok, and he does what with those?

He looks over them first, to make sure there aren’t blatant inaccuracies or anything that I’ve overlooked with regard to my methodology or criteria that I’m using to dictate my analysis and my observations and then my recommendations. And then he also will, because he’s more familiar with the administrative components of implementing the recommendations that we give and actually formulating these things into action. He’s more familiar with the terminology that is used when a project is finally set and prepped within the lab and has been approved by him and is ready to be sent onward to Kylox and Mechrisnek and what to do deal with the government there to make sure that things are implemented then from our program.

All right, ok, very good.

So there’s like a little bit of an editing process if you want to look at it that way but it’s just a matter of expedience because we understand that he has more years under his belt than we do. And so he has more perspective when it comes to implementing the final product, if you want to put it that way.

Ok, how is your wife doing?

Umm, she’s good but she, and everyone has been, not worried but has been really thoughtful and very contemplative on Kylox with regard to the implementation of the logistics of the transportation system. Because it’s a matter of connecting all of our people. And despite the fact that we have advanced transportation areas, so like I can use the MOT to get to M1 or to other, you know, if our military has to we have certain areas that they can use to launch themselves to the other TOs and planets that we’ve talked about in the past. And right now, if I could I am going to expand on that, because something significant happened. Our enemy that we’re up against, if you want to call it that, that we’re fighting they sent reinforcements and we didn’t expect that. To the, it’s really a terrestrial object that we’re battling over, it’s not really a planet anymore. And our government and our society as a whole is, as I said, not opposed to going to war but in this moment we didn’t expect such a large effort on the part of our opposition. And we certainly didn’t expect this many reinforcements. So we’re out, at this point, trying to protect the, 5 or 6 is what I heard last time, TOs and planets. Things are changing so rapidly. And the reason we are out to 5 or 6 now is because that is a buffer zone that we’re trying to create between our home planet and where we believe that they are coming from.

TOs being terrestrial objects?

Yes, sorry.

That’s ok.

We are not trying to occupy the 5th or 6th planets or TOs but we’re trying to have a presence there so that we can confront them there before they will be able to get any further, so like I said, a buffer. But that isn’t so worrisome to our population because we’ve been in fights where we’ve had less forces compared to the opposition in the past. So I think that there isn’t that much concern right now, there could be in the future because there’s a lot of reinforcements that our opposition has sent. And we have presumed at this point that they’re really, really technologically advanced and that there’s plenty more where they came from.

So why do you think they’re so interested in sending so many more reinforcements? What are they feeling threatened about?

They’re very interested in colonizing. We understand that to be very, very gregarious in terms of you know taking foot holes on whatever rock or object in space it really can get a hold of. They, I can describe them to you, the ones that we’re facing right now, the reinforcements are brown and they have very black eyes, almost lifeless and a black slit for a mouth. And they have like a hard space mask, almost. But it’s part of their body and it’s kind of like an exoskeleton, I’ll put it that way. And it’s like this, do you have the word like talc?

Describe it.

Like a rough kind of service, like chalk almost. Or clay or something like that I guess. And it’s like hard, like thick- I’ve seen footage of our soldiers fighting them even hand to hand. And sometimes they will got to try and punch them and punch the facial area and it doesn’t do anything, it’s just really, really, really hard exoskeleton. Whereas their neck area is kind of like protected, they’ve got almost breast plates for an exoskeleton but their neck is like this black and it’s got an accordion, ribbed like neck thing running down. And it’s very, very vulnerable. So if you can strike it or hit it, or whatever, it’s definitely fleshy and more biological. Compared to the exoskeleton, which to us seems like armor of some sort. So we’re not totally sure, we’re in the process right now- I just saw footage of, very recently, trying to figure out are these biological entities or are these hybrid entities that are bio mechanical or are they completely mechanical and they just have a semi-organic vale to them.

Do you communicate with them at all?

No, they don’t talk and that’s one thing that really bothers us about them, they are really, really lifeless and that’s why we get the impression that they’re very determined. They don’t, their mouths don’t move, it’s just a slit, it’s just a black slit. And their eyes don’t blink either. So, that’s why we’re so confused by- well, they do kind of blink, I don’t know, it’s like a half blink. It’s not like ours, so we don’t see it as the same sort of sign of life. We don’t know much about them because they’re a very recent arrival and there’s not, I’ve heard about the press and how they’ll cover wars on your planet and that’s not the case with ours. We don’t have writers or anything like that, that go and embed themselves with troops.

So how do you have the footage of them?

There are cameras that are attached to our military. So like the vehicles and the troops and all of that footage is sent back to government depositories or depots. And then they sift through the footage and we have been, again, genetically predisposed and that’s how we like to organize things is if there is a genetic predisposition to making sense of visual information really quickly and processing that with your brain and then the energetic circuits in your body. Then you’re likely, and if you have an interest in that, you’re likely to end up there because you can process so much more stimuli at once so you can be using your hands but then at the same time you can be organizing things in your head, literal, tangible information and files and stuff like that, you can be organizing in your head. So it’s a matter of implementing those things and the cognitive and then implementing the physical at the same time. And so that’s where the disposition genetically comes because from what we understand, you can measure bioelectrical currents and their strength and their acquaintances, if you want to put it that way, with particular ways of doing things. And so they would be hence predisposed. And again we emphasize the voluntary, you know, if you have an interest. There’s no forced labor or anything like that, nothing of that sort.

And are you aware of where they come from?

They come from a really small nook, almost, for the most part it seems. Like almost all of them, from what I understand, seem to come from a small nook on our planet in a particular region. And that region, they look sort of different, they have slightly grayish hair and they’re not as bulky, I guess you could say, as we are. So they’re a little bit thinner and more weathered in the face, or I don’t know, you can see their bones more easily, like the facial features. And there’s silver shimmers in their hair which are usually, it’s really straight and it’s kind of like this grayish, like a dark gray color, they all have that color to their hair. And then some of them will haves streaks of almost white here and there. Just like little splotches of white. And it’s mostly this like grayish silver. But they also have a little bit more tan or maybe olive skin, you might say, compared to us. We are very, very pale or white; we’re almost nearly white. I think I talked about this at one point where when we did blow away our atmosphere part of the problem was because we were took so long to reconvene and basically reconstitute our atmosphere to the point we have it today that much of our population became, I don’t know for sure, became much more pale or much whiter at that point.

Yup, I think we did talk about that

And that was part of the exposure and the lack of atmosphere.

Ok, well, is there anything else that you wish to share?

Ummm, next time definitely ask me about batteries and what role they play on your planet and what role they play in our society at this point and what we’ve been able to do with them.

Ok, we can talk about it right now if you want?

We’re actually in the process of, or I’m in the process of, trying to make sense of things but I definitely feel like this is something that you would be interested in. And so I would be interested in sharing it with you once I make sense of it more myself.

Ok, very good, should we get ready to bring The Collective through then?

Yeah, sure!

Ok, thank you Charlie! It’s been great seeing you again!

Yeah, definitely.

Take care!

To be continued . . .

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