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Continue page 52 from "Inside the Space Ships" (excerpts)
"Many such ships have been built," Kalna explained, "not only on Venus but also on Mars and Saturn and many other planets. However, they are not intended for the exclusive use of any particular planet, but for the purpose of contributing to the education and pleasure of all citizens in the whole brotherhood of the Universe. People naturally are great explorers. Therefore, travel in our worlds is not the privilege of the few, but of all. Every three months a fourth of the inhabitants of our planets embark on these gigantic ships and set out for a cruise through space, stopping at other planets just as your cruise liners stop at foreign ports. In this way our people learn about the mighty Universe and are enabled to see, firsthand, a little more of the 'many mansions' in the Father's house to which your Bible refers.
"In the temples of wisdom on our planets we have many mechanical devices by means of which our citizens also can study conditions in other worlds and systems, and space itslef. But with us as with you, nothing can quite take the place of actual experience. So we have built fleets of gigantic ships like the one you see pictured there, which might also be described literally as small artificial planets. They contain everything necessary for the welfare and pleasure of thousands of people over a three-month period. Apart from size, the main difference is that planets are spherical in shape, are divinely made, and move in elliptical orbits around a central Sun, while these little man-made planets are cylindrical and can more through space at will."
An ever-increasing concept of our star-studded heavens unfolded before my mind's eye as I contemplated the information just given me. I wondered to what "other planets" Kalna referred.
Replying to my mental question, Orthon volunteered, "Our ships have not only visited all other planets in our system, but those in systems close to ours. However, there still are planets without number in the infinite systems within the Universe which we have not yet reached."
Here again, a wondering thought slipped in as I mentally questioned what they had found on the "other planets" they had visited.
The Venusian's eyes sparkled and a tiny smile flitted across his mouth as he caught my thought. He continued without interruption. "With the sole exception of inhabitants on Earth, we have found the peoples of other worlds to be very friendly. They, too, have gigantic space cruisers for the pleasure and education of their fellowmen. As we visit their planets and are welcomed, they also visit ours as friends. It is to the Earth alone that these passenger cruisers never approach. Nor will they be permitted to do so until your people have a greater understanding of fellowship as well as of the Universe beyond the limiting confines of your own little planet.
"During flights of this kind, those on the cruise have much leisure time, as well as definite hours devoted to learning. When they land on other planets mutually interesting social gatherings are held. In short," and he made this very clear, "peoples of other worlds are not strangers to one another, but all are friends and are welcomed wherever they go.
"We consider planets throughout the Universe as being in one vast sea of life. The far distant planets by the billions which we have not yet visited will be explored when we have further improved our space ships. There are some planets so far out from any in our system that it would take us two or three years to reach them. Whereas, within our system, the distance between planets can be covered within a few hours to a few days."
Reviewing our concept of distance, I exclaimed, "That is staggering to me! How fast do you travel that you can cover such vast distances in so short a time?"
"Speed to us," was the reply, "does not mean what it does to you. For once a ship is launched into outer space, the speed of the ship is equal to the activity in space! Instead of being artificially propelled, as are your planes, ours travel on the currents of space."
I derived some small hope for our eventual programs on Earth when they freely admitted that, in the earliest attempts to conquer space, the inhabitants of Venus and those of other worlds had been faced with exactly the same problems as those that are holding us back today. Once again they stressed that gravity must be overcome as a first principle on the way to space travel.
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The famous photo of a scout craft from Venus, taken by George Adamski on December 13, 1952, at Palomar Gardens, CA where he lived on the slopes of Mt. Palomar..
A mother ship from Venus with scout craft, taken by Adamski early 1950's.
George Adamski in his Vista, CA home standing beside the painting of Orthon, painted by his secretary who was present at Adamski's first contact on the desert on November 2, 1952, albeit at a distance.
Venusian scout, taken on the same day as the top photo, December 13, 1952.
NASA Apollo 14 mission, photo 1971, showing UFO.
NASA Apollo 15 mission, showing UFO behind the sand dune on the right with astronaut in foreground.
NASA Apollo 16 mission showing UFO behind astronaut.