On January 15 of 2009 late at night, some in the advanced alien community made an important statement. They explicitly, specifically, said they are
part of the Virgo supercluster populations and they posed apart from, and in distinction to, an advanced alien population associated with the galaxy
group Centaurus A, the apparent location of the gray alignment’s reported administrative center---the 14 million light years distant “Verdant”
aliens’ home galaxy (1998 Krapf).
Here is how the statement arose and what context it was said. In an argument (ongoing communications and debate) with an older alien of the
gray-Verdant alignment, speaking in an aside, I drew distinctions between the behavior of the gray alignment (on a distant fringe of Virgo) and the
more humble yet more capable, more complex multiply-connected Virgo supercluster populations. I remarked, with tongue-in-cheek irony, that Virgo “is
only a population center.” My inference was that Virgo is more important, more valid as a social model and is more civilized than the criminal,
resource-seeking behavior of the gray alignment. I also stated that Centaurus A is unusual in that it’s far out beyond the edge of Virgo. Centaurus
A faces a great, empty void between galaxy superclusters.
At that juncture, Virgo community aliens, after explicitly identifying themselves as “Virgo” and behaving much more subtly with much more gently
contoured yet deeply mixed-community characterization, said re: the gray alignment Centaurus A advanced aliens: “Maybe they were left out too
long.” That may be an important characterization---on a very large, important scale. The statement was a comment on how the larger gray alignment
may be cruder and more destructive than are populations more deeply mixed into Virgo. The statement was made explicitly so that it would be noticed by
other humans involved in this interaction.
The above may be the first explicit statement made as Virgo, by Virgo’s advanced monitors of our situation. A reply was then made by the old alien
noted above (profiled in my book Alien Mind) who identifies himself as part of an advanced population that attends to, and appears to have made both
genetic contributions to, and has some measure of influence over the gray/Verdant alignment. The old alien then made disparaging remarks about the
Virgo supercluster entity, as though he and/or his population was frustrated with Virgo and wanted humans to consider the Verdant alignment as an
alternative to integration within the Virgo supercluster’s more cosmically urbane mix of populations. I should note that if readers consult galaxy
charts, such maps show that our galaxy and galaxy group is closer to Virgo than is Centaurus A (see www.atlasoftheuniverse.com...
Our galaxy group (the Milky Way, Andromeda, M-33 etc.) is close to the Canes I group of galaxies that opens widely, closely into Virgo. In other
words, we appear to be more directly mixed into Virgo, via close, aggregated galaxy density, than is Centaurus A, the reported administrative center
of the gray alignment. This is not a subject that can be avoided. It is of prime importance in, and is intrinsic to the considerations of all aliens
that humans will encounter. Their scope of considerations is not monoplanetary, not about "the world" or just one single sun. Instead, they must be
aware of a larger scale of interactions in order to survive competently.
The spectre of the Centaurus A-Verdant and gray alignment doing horrendous manipulations here, as they appear to have done when the grays’ original
planet was destroyed previously, poses a conundrum for Virgo aliens. On the one hand, it’s important that a planet like Earth get acquainted with
the interstellar-intergalactic community, but on the other hand the gray-Verdant alignment is seen as doing some wrong here.
At this same juncture, the old alien (associated with the grays’ alignment) explicitly contrasted his group’s gray alien prototype with aliens
reportedly from the planet Iarga, which Stefan Denaerde reported orbits a star about 10 light years distance from Earth (they may be our closest
native neighbors). The old alien tried to say that the grays’ smaller body frame, genetically engineered radiation-resistant bodies, and the
grays’ enhanced brain capacity is a better prototype than the more squat and different Iargan body frame, or physical constitution. Part of the
argument is moot because Iargans reportedly live on a planet more than twice the size, and gravity, of Earth, hence they have to be more squat and
capable of surviving falls that cause twice the force of impact as does a fall on our planet. The old alien also tried to contrast grays’ non-sexual
reproduction with Iargan’s sexual reproduction. Again, part of the argument is exaggerated because the sexual physiology of Iargans is reportedly so
subtle that a female can shower in a glass cubicle open to view by neighbors without it even being a curiosity. And Iargans reportedly evolved from
swimmers long ago---they have a sexual organ that is minimal and more like the retractable membrane of a dolphin, hence the old alien’s comparison
is biased there, too.
I should note that in the past, the old alien (who defends the gray-Verdant intervention here as necessary) stated that his more advanced alien
population is billions of years old, and when confronted with Virgo, he tried to say that his population is “not on that map.” That appears to
have been idealized and untrue because a competing alien who is far more advanced than the grays or Verdants had already stated that the old alien
essentially arrived on the scene, here near Earth, only after he was compelled to leave his "retirement garden" in Centaurus A (a large elliptical
galaxy). Today, on January 31, 2009, a Chilean observatory that works in conjunction with the ESO released a striking new photo of the galaxy
Centaurus A showing two huge, potentially dangerous double plumes spreading far out from opposite ends of the supermassive central black hole in the
galaxy Centaurus A. In other words, it’s a highly challenged and difficult environment. The jet plumes are huge and billow widely beyond the entire
visible radius of the galaxy. Worse yet, astronomers report that the plumes spread out at half the speed of light, which isn’t the kind of shower
that's conducive to open, unprotected planetary atmospheres hit by the plume.
More to the point, if the new statements are truly representative, the entire gray alignment (referred to as the “three ellipticals and Verdant
IFSP” in my book Alien Mind) appears to have partly opted out of our major Virgo population center’s more evolved, yet marginally more challenging
milieu. That has enormous, long-term implications for this planet—at this time, when the gray alignment is spectacularly failing to demonstrate
acceptable behavior during their flagging, increasingly resented intervention here. The fact that, according to a variety of reports and other
indicators, the grays’ alignment appears to have lied and has used sub-groups to approach us on false terms (“Pleiadian”/Nordics and Semitics,
and possibly the “tall whites” also) has also caused suspicion about the gray alignment’s intentions here.
And, if the Virgo statement coupled with the old alien’s counter-remarks are true, then the larger gray alignment may have lingered too long within
a relatively backward, primitive physical agenda compared to Virgo populations. By attempting to suggest that Virgo can be too constrictive, which is
a remark we might expect to hear from an admittedly oversized planet-killing colonizer like the gray alignment, the larger grays’ alignment may be
indicating that they haven’t yet assimilated into the universe’s major population centers on contemporary, advanced alien terms. They appear to be
behind the curve, in that respect. The question is whether, by being an offender out along the fringes of Virgo, the grays’ alignment has shirked
the finer, more civilized non-violent means of Virgo’s mainstream, and has preferred, instead, to streak out into empty space in order to avoid the
Virgo community and take advantage of younger, less competitive isolated populations, instead. If such is the case, that would mean that humankind has
the very positive option of seeking a more refined, more cosmically urbane supercluster community of interaction, which may already be the prevailing
standard in the Milky Way and Andromeda, at present.
In short, in the controlling populations of the gray alignment, we may be seeing a relatively backward alternative. Evidence of this is seen in their
overgrown and aggressive predations, their deceptive quality of stealth and misrepresentations, and their abductions and breeding program infiltration
coupled with an expansion agenda of so-called Verdants (aliens reportedly numbering 500 trillion and living on 246,000 planets, believe it or not,
according to Phillip Krapf’s remarkable journals). The so-called “Verdants” try to rationalize their bizarre, excess take by saying that they
work to de-weaponize new populations and/or make them non-sexual. The irony, of course, is that they deliberately, undeniably seeded this planet with
potentially dangerous technology, which in turn fuels their supposed excuse to aggressively intervene here. They don’t appear to have legitimate
jurisdiction here because, as Verdants reportedly say, they don’t even live in our group of galaxies. Instead, they come from a galaxy 14 million
light years away, meaning that roughly 150 other galaxies are closer to us than is their galaxy. So, the gray-and-Verdant intevention here must be
examined for material motives, rather than legitimate neighborly concerns. It may be a kind of hustle in which we are partly victims.
I should note a further pattern of behavior that we’ve seen in the past. The old alien, who represents a more advanced group of aliens that is
reportedly billions of years old and has demonstrated a margin of control and influence over the entire gray alignment, previously referred to THE
largest population of Milky Way aliens in dismissive manner. He tried to say that particular Milky Way population is relatively primitive (ostensibly
because they don’t aggressively intervene early to take control of, and genetically change a population like ours). He seems to have implied that
our native Milky Way neighbors would allow us more time and space to do as we would find necessary to evolve according to more sparing alien contacts
within our own scientific understandings. He also tried to model that large native Milky Way population as having smaller brains, somehow---but
didn’t really say that. Instead, he modeled their sense of community as being largely rounded, in a sense, and in a conveyed graphic he showed their
heads as conforming to the outer, curved contour of a large, essentially glowing community. The perjorative quality in the graphic was the insinuation
that body was more weighty than mind in that Milky Way population--body as billowing into the center of the rounded graphic. It was a strange moment,
to say the least.
The irony, now, years later, is that the same Virgo community is exactly cohomologous and resonating within that same native Milky Way population. The
two would appear to be integrated and on good terms, if I’m not mistaken. Such should be expected, after all. In addition, we can now see the
subjective, marginally boastful, almost sales-like quality of the old alien’s graphic. We now see that it was his own very subjective, internal view
of himself (and his headform), a marginally boastful, egoistic quality (albeit an advanced alien version of that--drier, more subdued than a human).
We don’t live in isolation from the universe’s main population centers (superclusters), but are instead, closely wrapped into the larger space of
Virgo. And, in the new physics and hyperdynamics of faster-than-light fluctuations and interstellar communications, social networking and communities
of mind, Virgo is intrinsic to our existence---and not effectively as distant as 20th century astronomers might once have thought. In other words,
unknown to me, and others, at the time, the old alien’s & gray alignment former critique of our Milky Way neighbor population was that the larger
curvature of Virgo somehow implied reduced critical capacities---which is a false statement. The truth is exactly the opposite: the larger, more
refined communities, i.e. Virgo, are categorically more capable. They are the predominant kind of community of the preponderance of the universe’s
beings. They involve physics and other science capacities and communities of interaction that may seem more subtle and refined because they involve
vastly more populations and sometimes stressed, merging galaxies---situations that the larger community must accommodate more openly.
So, years later, we finally see that what is ostensibly the gray alignment’s internal critique of our own native neighbors, is a misrepresentation,
a manipulative strategem to apparently mislead, and or confound human recognition of the larger, prevailing community here. To know that could be of
real, enduring importance for humankind. We will live with our neighbors for the living equivalent of forever, but the gray alignment may have to
withdraw, over time. They are neither native, nor invited here. If and when they leave, they will simply seek other prospects, elsewhere. I should
also note that repeatedly over the years, over and over again, the old alien overseer who has been witnessed instructing Verdants, grays and gray
hybrids on many occasions, has used the Iargan image as an exemplar of lesser aliens. He has often tried to paint some diminuitive, perjorative
graphic of Iargans onto his graphic of the large, reportedly native (integrated into Virgo) Milky Way population—a mixup of sorts.
In short, we appear to be witnessing a competition between two different galaxies (one ours, one very distant), and the human population is clearly
being hustled by the gray alignment, disclosure is partly being frustrated by what appears to be the gray alignment’s breeding program operatives so
that we don’t notice the very civilized and more patient alternative posed by our neighbors.
The old alien has stated that not only do Iargans exist, as reported to us by Stefan Denaerde, but he has repeatedly tried to pose them as lesser. The
implications of this are far beyond me—-they will take time to digest, which is why I report this here, now, long before I can put it into print in
an upcoming book on related subjects.
I should note that previously, I’ve discussed the possibility that the gray alignment lags significantly behind the standards of the universe’s
larger population centers, but only now do I have direct, stated implications that such is the case.
--reporting from Davis, CA George LoBuono
[edit on 30-1-2009 by gl2]