The Galactic Federation of Light - Naples, Florida USA
Continue page 79 from "Inside the Space Ships" (excerpts)
"The thing you call 'war' has not existed anywhere else in our system for millions of years. Of course, all planets and their people must pass through the orderly stages of evolvement from lower to higher. But yours has not been an orerly or naturla progress, rather, an endless repetition of growth and destruction, growth and destruction.
"There have been Earth men who ha e left your planet with our help, in order that they might learn from us and, in time, return to their Earthly home and pass theirknowledge on to you. But under the conditions existing on your planet todya, it is no longer possible to do this, since none could be returned. They could not explain where they had been without being branded as lunatics and confined in a mental institution."
"'Nor in your present world of multiple identification papers, would the sudden return of someone who had mysteriously disappeared long before be unchallenged by the authorities. We cannot subject fellow human beings to a persecution beyond their endurance. This may give you an even clearer understanding of how, in so many ways, we find ourselves blocked by those we so long to help.
"All the natural gaiety of Kalna's expression had been oblierated by one of sadness as she told me these things. Now, as she took her goblet from the low table and sipped from it, she smiled. As she set the glass back, she said, 'It is a great pity that we must talk of such sorrowful things - and still sadder that such woe exists anywhere in the Universe. In ourselves, we of other planets are not sad people. We are very gay. We laugh a great deal.'
"I found myself deeply moved by this little apology. They were gay people on their planets. Yet they were willing to share the sadness of our Earth, and to strive ceaselessly through the centuries to bring us light.
"'We still have one hope left," Ilmuth said as though trying to cheer me. 'We can still come amongst you, and now and again we can make the kind of contact as with you. While your airmen make our landings difficult at present, we are hoping that, when more and more of your people have seen our ships, become accustomed to them and accepted the truth of living beings on other planets, personal meetings with Earth people can be increased.'
"We all drank from our glasses. As I looked at my friends, I saw that all signs of the concern they felt about conditions on planet Earth had been banished from their faces. I knew that this was wise and right and, trying to follow their example, I asked, 'Do you dance and sing on other planets, and have parties as we do?'
"'We dance a great deal - all of us,' Kalna answered. 'We consider training the body in a coordination of rhythmic movement an essential part of our education. Moreover, this expression is a part of what you would call our religious ritual. As the poem form in words can suggest deep feeling not possible to the prose form so it is with the perfect rhythm expressed in the movement of a body dedicated in a dance of worship.
"'We also dance sheerly for pleasure as do you, although not exactly in the manner of your present-day dancing,' she added with a laugh. 'We could derive no joy from the kick, wiggle and hop we have observed on your Earth, during which a man and a woman clutch each other ferociously one moment and fling each other off the next. Our social dancing is usually in a group pattern, although often one or more persons, inspired by the moment or the music, will dance for the rest of us. You have seen fine interpretive dancers on your Earth and therefore know the pleasure it is to watch beautiful movement of a body that is inspired by the spirit within.
"'We also have parties,' Ilmuth said, 'although we do not think of them in such terms. With us it is quite simply a matter of inviting our friends to our homes that we may talk or relax together. Many of these are outdoor affairs - on our beaches or in our gardens. Like yours, many of our homes have grounds that are planned with swimming pools and large terraces.'
"I wished that I need never leave these wonderful people. But at just this point, Ramu rose and said, 'It's bad news, but I fear that I must now return you to Earth.'
"I stood up and tried to bury my regret under the thought of a 'next time.' Farewells were said amidst an atmosphere of gaiety and references to another meeting for us all. No one reminded me to remember all I had been told, nor to apply it properly in my activities on Earth. I was left only with a last impression of beauty and warmth and friendliness, and with the knowledge that once ignorance was lifted from them, the people of my world, too, could grow into the natural heritage of all mankind.
"As we reached the door leading out into the control room, I paused to look back that I might again imprint on my mind every detail of this lovely room, my friends and, above all, the radiant portrait of Ageless Life."
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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.