This is a Guest Column by Greg Dougall
NASA wants to plant tracking device on Apophis, $20 million to listen for E.T.s
Priorities, priorities. We seem to have them upside down. The U.S. House of Representatives is proposing a bill that will dish out $10 million a year for the next two years (or more) in an attempt to find Extraterrestrial life using- radio dishes.
Hey, at least someone (literally 1 person) mentioned Billy Meier in the comments section!
I’m not sure Quetzal and Ptaah are HAM radio enthusiasts. Maybe Zafenatpaneach, possibly. But as Ptaah already explained, the Plejaren use sub-neutrinos to communicate instantly across vast distances. https://billymeier.wordpress.com/2014/04/26/ptaah-on-intergalactic-and-planetary-communication/
83. We use the technology of negative speed, by what means a signal is already manifested at the destination through corresponding communication devices before the actual transmission or sending of the signal has even begun.
84. Thus, the signal already reaches the goal upon input of the signal.
85. The sending distance is unlimited and, therefore, extends throughout the whole Universe.
So the SETI scientists can and will continue to siphon money away from any real discoveries.
Speaking of siphoning money, did you know that religious organizations and churches siphon more money out of old peoples’ pockets than Microsoft and Apple combined? According to research by Phillip Schneider, “in a 2016 study entitled “The Socio-economic Contribution of Religion to American Society: An Empirical Analysis”, Melissa and Brian Grim from Georgetown University and the Newseum Institute set out to determine the cost and contribution that religion has for American society.
Under conservative estimates, faith-based organizations were found to generate roughly $378 billion per year. Being more than a third of a trillion dollars, that number actually accounts for more than the global revenue of both Apple and Microsoft combined.
When including businesses with religious roots, the number increases to roughly $1.2 trillion annually, while more liberal estimations which also include household incomes of religiously affiliated Americans put the total annual revenue of religious-based organizations at approximately $4.8 trillion, which is about a third of America’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).”
Us FIGU folks sure are in the wrong business. Many have been asking if Americans will start a center, or purchase property for a future center. Unless we get a wealthy backer, we have a long way to go. Perhaps we can think of leaving some money to FIGU in our last will and testament, or name them as a beneficiary on our life insurance policy.
The money could be used to make Billy’s books available in Spanish, Mandarin, Hindi, or other languages in countries that need it the most- countries that are severely overpopulated. What I really want people to think about doing is leaving something good for your future selves, in future personalities. We’re going to have to come back for a few more lifetimes until this mess gets straightened out. I was walking through a graveyard the other day. Instead of seeing a gravestone with Jesus praying to a cloud, wouldn’t it be great if you saw Jmmanuel praying to a beamship?
What can we do for the mission that will survive longer than our current body will? Why aren’t any of Billy’s books in our public libraries? Why isn’t there a school that teaches their curriculum from these books, from kindergarten to college? Why doesn’t someone write a scientific paper that summarizes all of the PIOOSR Plejaren Info Only Outer Space Related material? It could be turned into a new theory of general relativity.
Do you think the Trump administration / EPA should be sent a copy of DOTEATCOO?
I also have plans for a documentary film, but it will be a few years until anything comes of it if I even get any funding at all. If you do have $20 to spare, FIGU Canada is in the process of translating the book Arahat Athersata into English. If you think the translation of the
Decalogue/Dodecalogue was great, AA will probably be just as incredible. (I recently named the Dodecalogue one of the top 3 most important books in the world, in between the Talmud Jmmanuel and Goblet of The Truth).
Most people don’t even know these books exist. Maybe you can help share this picture:
GLIMMER OF HOPE
Is there any chance we survive? Well, I think Russia has its own study of Apophis, since it will be knocking on their front door in a little more than 10 years. But while I was digging into the “$10 million a year listening to the sounds of silence bill”, I came across H.R. 2809. This bill was passed by the House and is going to be voted on by the Senate next. If it passes, it will go to the desk of President Trump. I didn’t see anything about a Space Force in there, but it is mostly about non-governmental businesses in outer space. The U.S. wants to make sure satellites don’t smash into each other, or come crashing down on our heads.
They want to speed up growth of business in space. Lots of business terms. They (our Corporation of a Country), want to make money in space. They want to help businesses grow and explore, but mainly they want to maintain (terrestrial) dominance in space. They want to dominate and control business in outer space, and then they will likely find a way to tax it. But there was a tiny little nugget of information in Subtitle VII, Chapter 711- Near Earth Objects…
“The Administrator shall issue requests for information on-
(1) A low-cost space mission with the purpose of rendezvousing with, attaching a tracking device to, and characterizing the Apophis asteroid; and
(2) A medium-sized space mission with the purpose of detecting near-Earth objects equal to or greater than 140 meters in diameter.
Let me characterize Apophis for them: Apophis will strike Eastern Europe on 4.13 2029 or 2036 and tear a hole in the crust of the planet, kicking up debris that will likely circle the Northern Hemisphere for years. We need to assassinate this character by pushing it so far off course it never comes back. Don’t you think we should spend a little more than “a low-cost space mission”? The military gets $700 billion a year, and the search for E.T. life gets $10 million. It just goes to show how upside down our priorities are.
As far as the $10 million per year to listen for radio waves, we already have sound recordings of Extraterrestrials:
Therefore, dear U.S. government,
Please send a check for the first $10 million to:
P.O. Box 2391
Flagstaff, AZ 86003-2391
Please send a check for the second $10 million to:
FIGU Landesgruppe Canada
1518 Queen St. West
Toronto, ON M6R 1A4