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GRAINS OF SAND“The first development of biological bodies began in this universe about seventy-four trillion years ago.  It rapidly became a fad for IS-BEs to create and inhabit various types of bodies for an assortment of nefarious reasons:  especially for amusement, this is to experience various physical sensations vicariously through the body.

Since that time there has been a continuing “de-evolution” in the relationship of IS-BEs to bodies.  As IS-BEs continued to play around with these bodies, certain tricks were introduced to cause IS-BEs to get trapped inside a body so they were unable to leave again.

This was done primarily by making bodies that appeared sturdy, but were actually very fragile.  An IS-BE, using their natural power to create energy, accidentally injured a body when contacting it.  The IS-BE was remorseful about having injured this fragile body.  The next time they encountered a body they began to be “careful” with them.  In so doing, the IS-BE would withdraw or minimize their own power so as not to injure the body.  A very long and treacherous history of this kind of trickery, combined with similar misadventures eventually resulted in a large number of IS-BEs becoming permanently trapped in bodies

Of course this became a profitable enterprise for some IS-BEs who took advantage of this situation to make slaves of others.  The resulting enslavement progressed over trillions of years, and continues today.  Ultimately the dwindling ability of IS-BEs to maintain a personal state of operational freedom and ability to create energy resulted in the vast and carefully guarded hierarchy or class system.  Using bodies as a symbol of each class is used throughout the “Old Empire”, as well as The Domain.”

The vast majority of IS-BEs throughout the galaxies of this universe inhabit some form of flesh body.  The structure, appearance, operation and habitat of these bodies vary according to the gravity, atmosphere, and climatic conditions of the planet they inhabit.  Body types are predetermined largely by the type and size of the star around which the planet revolves, the distance from the star, the geological, as well as the atmospheric components of the planet.

On the average, these stars and planets fall into gradients of classification which are fairly standard throughout the universe.  For example, Earth is identified, roughly, as a “Sun Type 12, Class 7 planet”.  That is a heavy gravity, nitrogen/oxygen atmosphere planet, [i] (Footnote) with biological life-forms, in proximity to a single, yellow, medium-size, low-radiation sun or “Type 12 star”.  The proper designations are difficult to translate accurately due to the extreme limitations of astronomical nomenclature in the English language.

There are as many varieties of life forms as there are grains of sands on the beach.”

– The words of “Airl”, Officer, Pilot and Engineer of The Domain Expeditionary Force as recorded in the Official Transcript of the U.S. Army Air Force Roswell Army Air Field, 509th Bomb Group, SUBJECT: ALIEN INTERVIEW, 28. 7. 1947, 1st Session


[i] “… a heavy gravity, nitrogen/oxygen atmosphere planet…”

The Earth’s atmosphere is a layer of gases surrounding the planet Earth and retained by the Earth’s gravity. It contains roughly (by molar content/volume) 78.08% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.038% carbon dioxide, trace amounts of other gases, and a variable amount (average around 1%) of water vapor. This mixture of gases is commonly known as air. The atmosphere protects life on Earth by absorbing ultraviolet solar radiation and reducing temperature extremes between day and night.

There is no definite boundary between the atmosphere and outer space. It slowly becomes thinner and fades into space. Three quarters of the atmosphere’s mass is within 11 km of the planetary surface. In the United States, people who travel above an altitude of 80.5 km (50 statute miles) are designated astronauts. An altitude of 120 km (~75 miles or 400,000 ft) marks the boundary where atmospheric effects become noticeable during re-entry. The Kármán line, at 100 km (62 miles or 328,000 ft), is also frequently regarded as the boundary between atmosphere and outer space.

The atmosphere of Mars is relatively thin, and the atmospheric pressure on the surface varies from around 30 Pa (0.03 kPa) on Olympus Mons’s peak to over 1155 Pa (1.155 kPa) in the depths of Hellas Planitia, with a mean surface level pressure of 600 Pa (0.6 kPa), compared to Earth’s 101.3 kPa. However, the scale height of the atmosphere is about 11 km, somewhat higher than Earth’s 6 km. The atmosphere on Mars consists of 95% carbon dioxide, 3% nitrogen, 1.6% argon, and contains traces of oxygen, water, and methane. The atmosphere is quite dusty, giving the Martian sky a tawny color when seen from the surface; data from the Mars Exploration Rovers indicates the suspended dust particles are roughly 1.5 micrometres across.

The atmosphere of Venus, the second planet from the Sun, is much denser and hotter than that of Earth. The surface temperature and pressure on Venus are 740 K (467°C) and 93 bar, respectively. The Venusian atmosphere supports thick persistent clouds made of sulfuric acid, which make optical observations of the surface impossible. The information about surface features on Venus has been obtained exclusively by radar imaging conducted from the ground and Venera 15-16 and by Magellan space probes. The main atmosphereric gases on Venus are carbon dioxide and nitrogen, which make up 96.5% and 3.5% of all molecules. Other chemical compounds are present only in trace amounts.

The atmosphere of Venus is in state of a vigorous circulation and super-rotation. The whole atmosphere circles the planet in just four days (super-rotation), which is a short time compared with the sideral rotational period of 243 days. The winds supporting super-rotation blow as fast as 100 m/s. Near the poles of Venus anticyclonic structures called polar vortexes are located. In them the air moves downward. Each vortex is double eyed and shows a characteristic S-shaped pattern of clouds.

Only the ionosphere and thin induced magnetosphere separate venusian atmosphere from the space. They shield the atmosphere from the solar wind, which usually does not penetrate deep into it. However they are incapable of preventing the loss of water, which is continuously blown away by the solar wind through the induced magnetotail.

Despite the harsh conditions on the surface, at about a 50 km to 65 km level above the surface of the planet the atmospheric pressure and temperature is nearly the same as that of the Earth, making its upper atmosphere the most Earth-like area in the Solar System, even more so than the surface of Mars. Due to the similarity in pressure, temperature and the fact that breathable air (21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen) is a lifting gas on Venus in the same way that helium is a lifting gas on Earth.”

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Originally posted 2013-08-07 23:40:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter



ARCADIA REGENERATION COMPANY(Image created with Pulp-O-Mizer)

“As an officer, pilot and engineer of The Domain, I must always assume a very pragmatic point of view.  I could not be effective or accomplish my missions if I were to use philosophical dogma or rhetoric as my operations manual.  Therefore, our discussion of history is based on actual events that occurred long before any IS-BEs arrived on Earth, and long before the “Old Empire” came into power.  I can relate part of this history from personal experience:

Many billions of years ago I was a member of a very large biological laboratory in a galaxy far from this one.  It was called the “Arcadia Regeneration Company”.  [i] (FootnoteI was a biological engineer working with a large staff of technicians.  It was our business to manufacture and supply new life forms to uninhabited planets.  There were millions of star systems with millions of inhabitable planets in the region at that time. 

There were many other biological laboratory companies at that time also.  Each of them specialized in producing different kinds of life forms, depending on the “class” of the planet being populated.  Over a long span of time these laboratories developed a vast catalogue of species throughout the galaxies.  The majority of basic genetic material is common to all species of life.  [ii] (Footnote)  Therefore, most of their work was concerned with manipulating alterations of the basic genetic pattern to produce variations of life forms that would be  suitable inhabitants for various planetary classes.  

The “Arcadia Regeneration Company” specialized in mammals for forested areas and birds for tropical regions.  Our marketing staff negotiated contracts with various planetary governments and independent buyers from all over the universe.  The technicians created animals that were compatible with the variations in climate, atmospheric and terrestrial density and chemical content.  In addition we were paid to integrate our specimens with biological organisms engineered by other companies already living on a planet.

In order to do this our staff was in communication with other companies who created life forms.  There were industry trade shows, publications and a variety of other information supplied through an association that coordinated related projects. 

As you can imagine, our research required a great deal of interstellar travel to conduct planetary surveys.  This is when I learned my skills as a pilot.”

Airl – Officer, Pilot and Engineer with The Domain Expeditionary Force. from the Top Secret military transcripts published in the book ALIEN INTERVIEW

[i] “… Arcadia Regeneration Company”.

One of the birthplaces reported for Zeus is Mount Lycaeum in Arcadia. Lycaon, a cannibalistic Pelasgian king, was transformed into a werewolf by Zeus. Lycaon’s daughter was Callisto. It was also said to have been the birthplace of Zeus’ son, Hermes.

Arcadia remained a rustic, secluded area, and its inhabitants became proverbial as primitive herdsmen leading simple pastoral unsophisticated yet happy lives, to the point that Arcadia may refer to some imaginary idyllic paradise.

The Latin phrase Et in Arcadia ego which is usually interpreted to mean “I am also in Arcadia” or “I am even in Arcadia” is an example of memento mori, a cautionary reminder of the transitory nature of life and the inevitability of death. The phrase is most often associated with a 1647 painting by Nicolas Poussin, also known as “The Arcadian Shepherds”. In the painting the phrase appears as an inscription on a tomb discovered by youthful figures in classical garb. It has been suggested that the phrase is an anagram for the Latin phrase “I! Tego arcana Dei”, which translates to “Begone! I keep God’s secrets.”

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[ii]  “… the majority of basic genetic material is common to all species…”

The Genetic Core of the Universal Ancestor

J. Kirk Harris, Scott T. Kelley,1 George B. Spiegelman,3 and Norman R. Pace1

1 Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 80309-0347, USA; 2 Graduate Group in Microbiology, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California 94720, USA; 3 Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6T 1Z3

Molecular analysis of conserved sequences in the ribosomal RNAs of modern organisms reveals a three-domain phylogeny thatconverges in a universal ancestor for all life. We used the Clustersof Orthologous Groups database and information from publishedgenomes to search for other universally conserved genes that havethe same phylogenetic pattern as ribosomal RNA, and thereforeconstitute the ancestral genetic core of cells. Our analyses identifieda small set of genes that can be traced back to the universalancestor and have coevolved since that time.

As indicated by earlierstudies, almost all of these genes are involved with the transferof genetic information, and most of them directly interact withthe ribosome. Other universal genes have either undergone lateraltransfer in the past, or have diverged so much in sequence thattheir distant past could not be resolved. The nature of the conservedgenes suggests innovations that may have been essential to thedivergence of the three domains of life. The analysis also identifiedseveral genes of unknown function with phylogenies that trackwith the ribosomal RNA genes. The products of these genes arelikely to play fundamental roles in cellularprocesses.”

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Originally posted 2013-02-19 01:34:43. Republished by Blog Post Promoter