This was requested of me in another forum here. I already described going onto it.
The room I started in was curved like the circular contour of the ship's edge and had a long wall of windows along the edge of the ship though they
probably weren't really windows, because the spaceship had no windows on the outside. I figure they were just screens designed to look like windows,
but they were built into the wall so it was convincing. But from it, you could see the outside and ground and the quality was such that they may as
well have been windows. When I turned around from the window, towards the center of the room, I was almost dead-center in the room, but a little
towards the right. On the left, there was virtually nothing. Just an empty room. On the back wall to the right, there was door all the way to the
right to the rest of the ship, and bright white light coming from it. Then almost immediately to my right, about 10 feet in front of that door, was a
rectangular shaped table, maybe big enough to sit six to eight people, with the far end of it against the wall with some devices on it that would be
used to aid telepathy in some way, not sure how. But there were only two chairs at the table. One for me, and one for the being across from me. Every
other grey in there (there were a half dozen) stood up the entire time.
Now, the table was made out of a sort of mid tone to dark WOOD :-) maybe cherry, can't remember, and it was the only thing on the ship made of wood,
so I figure it was to make me comfortable. I doubt it was real wood, and especially since we were in astral, but it was pretty convincing. My chair
had dark fabric and was comfortable, and hugged my body. The grey's chair was plastic or something like that and contemporary looking. Very
uncomfortable looking and no cushioning. We sat there and talked a long time, like the equivalent of a couple hours.
The room here had a blue-grey, shiny upper panel and identically colored but diffuse lower panel, and a line of about 1 inch wide indentation between
the two that looked like functional trim (like to stick your finger in to open access panels). The lighting was dimmer than the rest of the ship, but
not dark. There were red and green flashing lights (like small 1/2 inch square LED panels) in a few places in the room, like near the door. I can't
make out what their purpose was, or even why they were positioned where they were. It seemed almost random to me.
I was told this room was configured to look comfortable to me, and could reconfigure based on the guest. I'm not sure why that was supposed to look
good to me. I thought it looked kinda blah. Maybe they pulled it out of my memory of the observation lounge of Star Trek. It looked kind of like that,
not exactly, and more barren.
There was also a row of windows or screens to the right of the right of the desk. They weren't used. I am not sure what their purpose was. I could
sense another room behind them.
The rest of ship looked like something I've never seen before, but very basic. When you first left that room, there was a hallway that was
semi-circular in shape, or maybe full-circle. I don't know b/c I didn't go through the entire hall. The hall was very sterile looking white and
bright, floor was what looked like one giant slab of shiny porcelain, if you can picture that, but it didn't echo when you walked. The walls were
again that similar porcelyn or ceramic-like material, and were curved, not straight vertical. Although they seemed like a solid surface, there were
lines, like 1 inch indentations again: mostly horizontal, occasionally vertical, had a pattern that seemed like a basic functional artistic form, but
very simple: One line went the entire length of the hall-way, about mid-way up. There were then occasional lines that went for part of the hallway
then down to the floor. I didn't see lights. The gap between the panels these lines made were wide enough to get your pinky into, maybe about 1/2 inch
deep. It seemed like the lights just exuded from everything in a sort of mostly even atmospheric lighting. The ceilings and floors did seem to be a
bit brighter though, in the rounded corners where the walls met the floors and ceilings. But every surface seemed to give off some light. Every
surface seemed shiny too. They were also hard to the touch, and not cold like you'd expect of a ceramic-like wall.
I can't remember any control room or anything of the like, but the hallway expanded into a room with a large screen. A couple taller greys in shiny
lycra jumpsuits (or the like) were standing around watching the screen, but I didn't see anything on it - it was just white to me at the time. They
left when we got there. That screen was used for an immersive experience much more advanced than VR that I described before: Possible future of Earth,
inter-connectedness of all things and how we're hurting the world, probably standard fare for human visitors. It's hard to explain, because I wasn't
watching the screen. It was more like window to a reality that I entered. Like my consciousness entered a portal and I could experience things.
The screen was on the side again shared with the edge of the ship. That wall on the other side was a continuation of the hallway I had just come from
and had a small shelf built into the wall, again shiny, ceramic. Above it was actual artwork, that was built into the wall. Imagine like a lattice,
with holes, but irregular shapes and colored, to create artistic patterns. On the shelf was maybe flowers or something - can't remember. Then
refreshments. It seemed like from a human perspective a poor attempt at art but considering how sterile the rest of the ship looked, it was probably
the most artistic thing there. There were a couple others :-)
Through the artwork I could see another wide corridor leading to the center of the ship, then to other circular cooridors on the other side. I'd later
head in that direction. I don't remember the entrance to that cooridor, but I walked down it. In this direction you could start to hear the pulsing of
the ship's energy system. Unlike the outer hall, there were lots of doors in this hall, windows, etc, and lots of other halls leading off that we
By the way, you can hear that outside the ship, but a lot of the ship's inside seems shielded from the sound. But as you get to the center, you could
hear it. It seemed to come from a room that was bright, glowing with a big ball of energy in the center. I was told this was a portal to the higher
dimensiion parts of the ship, and that was where most of the people who lived on the ship were but my body would not be able to access that because
the energy is too high. I said I was out of body so why can't it? The energy body I was in was still in "4th dimensional" astral, but that part of the
ship was higher. I think I told them I could pull it off, and they just basically responded that they weren't allowed to endanger me and even if I
could there wasn't a purpose to that right now.
Somewhere near there in the center of the ship I was taken into a bright room that had a lot of tables and such, where they extracted some genetics
from me and did some other tests, I think to see why I was able to do things other people couldn't.
I dunno, that's all I remember at this point. The part of the ship I could access was about the size of a small airport terminal or office building.
Seemed bigger outside.
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