Contact Report 006

Billy Meier Translations ©Benjamin Stevens

In the progress of construction of Saalome, we are very honored to have a support&permission from Benjamin Stevens, who allow us to use&copy his English translations and other materials on https://www.billymeiertranslations.com.
在Saalome的建设过程中,我们非常荣幸地得到了Benjamin Stevens(先生)的支持,允许我们使用&拷贝他在
https://www.billymeiertranslations.com上的英译本和其它素材。

We are very respect and appreciate Benjamin Stevens’s tremendous contribution to this GREAT mission, and are very cherish his English translations, which should be well preserved!.
我们非常尊重和感激Benjamin Stevens(先生)在这一伟大【任务/使命】中所做出的巨大贡献,并十分珍视他的英译本,且这些英译本应该得到很好的保留!

There is no doubt that these English translations are FOOTSTONE of FIGU English information, precisely from which the updating work of English translations, which can now be found on FOM (http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk), can carry out at a very high starting level, and this should be thanks to the great efforts of Benjamin Stevens and other excellent English translators.
毫无疑问,这些英译本是FIGU英文资讯的基石,正是源于它们,英文世界里的译文更新工作才能在一个很高的起点上开展,这应该感谢Benjamin Stevens和其他优秀的英文译者的伟大付出。

Thanks to Benjamin Stevens!
感谢Benjamin Stevens!

Thanks to all those who involved in this GREAT mission!
感谢所有参与到这一伟大【任务/使命】中来的伙伴!

Salome.

Salome.
  • Sunday, February 23, 1975, 10:30 PM
Semjase:
1. It was a very long time before you were ready for this next contact.
Billy:
It just so happened because I had to do various things and, thus, was constantly strained.
Semjase:
2. That can happen.
3. But now, I would like to explain more to you.
Billy:
Can’t that still wait, for I myself would have something that interests me very much – something that also occupies others very much, namely the life of a human being in its entirety?
Semjase:
4. As you wish, but I actually wanted to give you a task and pass on my history that I began last time.
5. But that can wait, if you have something more important in your opinion.
Billy:
Thanks, Semjase. Actually, I presently have something that seems very important to me: the life of a human being, as I already said. That is, I am interested in the development of one’s life, its classification, the spirit and its development, and how it is with the so-called rebirth.
Semjase:
6. Oh, I see – an area that gives headaches not only to me.
7. But on the other hand, a science that is very extensive and that, even with us, still hasn’t brought any cognitions such that the last secrets would be known to us.
8. Therefore, concerning this, I can only explain to you what is known to us and what we accept as given.
9. On the whole, there are actually only five very important points that we know exactly, while there’s still no certainty with two other points even for us.
10. These lead right into the secrets of the Creation, which is inaccessible even to us.
11. Nevertheless, I also wouldn’t like to withhold our acceptances from you.
12. One’s life, from the beginning up to its goal, is divided, as said, into seven (7) main stages or main periods.
13. These, in turn, are subdivided into seven (7) sub-periods, resulting in a whole.
14. The sub-stages or sub-periods can be compared to grades in school; it’s just that these must not be reckoned as years but as human lifetimes.
15. In a sub-stage, there is a quite definite developmental form and a quite definite developmental goal.
16. Once all seven (7) sub-stages are passed through, which can take hundreds of thousands of years, then a main period is completed.
17. The spiritual life form is completely sexless because gender is only possessed, without exception, by organic life, by what means reproduction is ensured.
18. But organic life, like spiritual life, is subject to the law of rebirth, in order to ensure a development in both forms.
19. Thus, every human life form has to live through seven (7) definite main stages or main periods, each with seven (7) associated secondary stages or sub-stages (periods).
20. With location-conditioned organic life forms, the periodic effects of the seasons are determinant, while with spirit-evolutionary or spirit-conditioned life forms (such as human beings), the periods are irregular and often become established individually.
21. Thus, they do not fall under a completely determined cycle like plants and so on.
22. A rebirth of a spirit-conditioned human being can take place again after the death of his body, so already after fractions of a second or, however, only after decades, centuries, thousands of years, or after hundreds of thousands of years.
23. If a spirit-conditioned life is destroyed prematurely, that is, without it having reached a relative evolutionary goal, then it is to its disadvantage.
24. This is because it cannot fully pass through and complete its sub-period, and this period must be repeated or completed through an in-between life or during a normal life-cycle, so that it still reaches the period’s goal.
Billy:
So that means that this life, under certain circumstances, must be lived a second time?
Semjase:
25. In a certain sense, yes – at least from the moment when the life was destroyed by force.
26. Of course, this life is then accordingly shorter because it only has to make up for something “missed” in order to fulfill the period’s goal.
27. In addition, the whole thing can be made up during a normal life-cycle, depending on the circumstances.
Billy:
So then, one could say that it would be hell, a punishment, so to speak?
Semjase:
28. Sure, because hell, in truth, means nothing other than a self-inflicted punishment that must be served, always provided that the life destroyed or terminated itself.
29. In other words, this means that a sin, a self-inflicted error, must be made good again.
30. If, however, a life is destroyed by a third hand, then of course, one cannot speak of punishment or atonement and so on.
Billy:
Aha, so then hell and sin, in a religious sense, are pure nonsense?
Semjase:
31. Viewed in that way, yes.
Billy:
So does this mean, then, that one is met with no guilt if he commits an error in life, for which he can make amends in the way that he recognizes the error, or whatever one wants to call it, no longer commits it, and takes it in as knowledge, from which then, certain wisdom must result?
Semjase:
32. You are able to astonish me because your interpretation meets the deepest core of the truth.
33. More and more, we all get the impression that you know more than we do and that you only want to test us.
34. Somehow, a secret surrounds you, which we are not able to reveal.
Billy:
That is too much glory, Semjase, because this wisdom wasn’t cultivated in my own field. I got it from the Talmud of Jmmanuel.
Semjase:
35. I understand, but still, I see that it is also your conviction, and thus, my astonishment is justified, but so is our conjecture, which I just made known to you.
Billy:
You actually amuse me, because you really need a justification?
Semjase:
36. Of course not, and you understand the meaning of my words exactly.
37. Thus, please don’t split hairs and don’t make jokes with me.
Billy:
I just wanted to put you through the mill.
Semjase:
38. I don’t understand that.
Billy:
It means that I allowed myself a joke.
Semjase:
39. Oh, I see, I didn’t know that.
40. That expression is new to me.
41. But on the other hand, your words again testify to your peculiar sense of humor and also to the fact that we could be right with our conjecture.
Billy:
I just can’t find everything funny or laugh at things, at which other human beings can laugh. Their sense of humor often seems primitive to me. And now, just leave the conjectures.
Semjase: (laughing)
42. That is known to me very well, and I have often enjoyed your peculiar sense of humor – well, let’s leave the conjectures aside in the future.
43. Let’s let time do its work.
Billy:
Even that, too!… Was there no helping that?
Semjase: (laughing again)
44. I also like to laugh.
Billy:
That pleases me. But now we have strayed from our conversation.
Semjase:
45. You’re right, because I still have to explain a few things regarding your question:
46. The seven main stages or main periods mean, in their turn, seven subdivisions each whole period.
47. You would say that this would be a semester.
48. So this would be a “semester-life” in your sense, during which seven different subjects have to be completed.
49. I want to explain this to you schematically:
50. 1. Primary life
1) Primary development of the intellect and the consciousness.
51. 2) Primary intellectual thinking and consciousness-thinking.
52. 3) Primary cognitive thinking.
53. 4) Primary use of the power of intellect and the power of consciousness.
54. 5) Primary cognitive actions.
55. 6) Primary volitional thinking and acting.
56. 7) Cognitive guidance of life.
57. Life forms in these stages are designated by already rationality-gifted beings as mentally ill (ill in consciousness), as idiots, etc., but their consciousness and intellect, in reality, are simply not yet developed in a knowledge-based manner (new spirits, who must first form themselves through learning and experience, etc.).
58. 2. Rational life
1) Primary development of rationality.
59. 2) Effective realization of rationality and its use.
60. 3) Primary recognition and acknowledgment of higher influences.
61. 4) Belief in higher influences without knowing.
62. 5) Belief in higher powers, delusional belief, fear of evil, veneration of good, etc. Germinating time for religions, etc.
63. Present stage of the average Earth human being (*)
*6) Primary recognition of the real reality. Stage of knowledge-based development. Research, first spiritual cognitions and their use: “spiritual healing,” telepathy, etc.
64. 7) Primary development of knowledge and wisdom.
65. 3. Intellectual life
1) High-level development of the intellect. High technology, second use of the power of spirit with the first cognitions. Primary generating of life forms.
66. Present stage of the educated Earth human being = scientists, etc. (**)
**2) Realization and use of knowledge, truth, and wisdom. Slow breakdown of religious acceptances.
67.**3) First utilization of knowledge and wisdom.
68.**4) Acknowledgment and utilization of the laws of nature. Creation of hyper technology. Second generating of life forms.
69. 5) Natural use of knowledge and wisdom in recognition of spiritual powers. Further breakdown of religious assumptions.
70. 6) Life in the knowledge of wisdom, truth, and logic.
71. Present stage of a few border and spiritual scientists (***)
***7) Primary recognition of reality as the real Absolutum.
72. 4. Real life
1) Clear knowledge about reality as the real Absolutum.
73. 2) Recognition of spiritual knowledge and spiritual wisdom.
74. 3) Utilization of spiritual knowledge and spiritual wisdom.
75. 4) Recognition of the reality of the Creation and its laws.
76. Your present stage, which is already tending toward the next one (*)
*5) Life according to the creational laws. Clarification of the spirit and intellect. Recognition of the real task and power of the spirit. Total breakdown of all religious acceptances.
77.*6) Purposeful and controlled utilization of spiritual and consciousness-based powers.
78. 7) Generating of first viable life forms. (1)
79. 5. Creational life
1) The generating and controlling of life forms.
80. 2) Creation of mechanical/equipmental viable life forms.
81. 3) Development of spiritual and consciousness-based powers for the mastery over material and organic life forms.
82. Present stages of our races (**)
**4) Volitional mastery over life and all its forms and types.
83.**5) Stage of recognitions. Recollections of past lives, etc.
84.**6) Wisdom Kingship = JHWH. The second to last highest might-knowledge.
85.**7) Recognition of spiritual peace, universal love, and creational harmony.
86. 6. Spiritual life
1) Acknowledgment and realization of spiritual peace, universal love and creational harmony.
87. 2) Life in purely spiritual forms.
88. 3) Spiritual creations.
89. 4) Disembodiment of the spirit from organic bodies.
90. 5) First spiritual existence.
91. 6) Final spiritual existence.
92. 7) Transition into the Creation.
93. 7. Creation-life
1) Twilight sleep for seven periods (ages).
94. 2) Awakening and beginning of creating in the Creation as Creation, during seven periods/ages.
95. 3) Creating of life forms.
96. 4) Creating of new spirit in the perfecting of the Creation.
97. 5) Creation of spiritual greatness in the Creation.
98. 6) Perfecting of the Creation in the Creation.
99. 7) Last attaining of highest perfection of the seventh period/age.
100. The twilight sleep of the Creation lasts for 7 periods/ages/great times (311,040,000,000,000 years amount to a period/age/great time).
101. During the twilight sleep of the Creation, all life and the entire universe cease to exist.
102. Only after its renewed awaking does it begin to create everything anew again.
103. During its twilight sleep, there is neither space nor time; there is only the nothing, since these lie asleep in the unending bosom of the Creation and null time.
104. Once there is no creating thought, then there is also no force, no time, and no space; there is only duration in a nameless nothing.
Billy:
Now I’m a lot smarter.
Semjase:
105. You will take it in and process it, probably sooner than me.
Billy:
I hope I can do that, even if it causes me some headaches – quite especially the nameless nothing, with which I have never been able to make ends meet up to now.
Semjase: (laughing)
106. You’ll keep your head.
107. But concerning the nameless nothing, don’t think too much about it, for it is also a mystery to us, which we cannot solve.
108. But now, it is again time for me, for I must go.
109. What I really wanted to tell you, I must now move to the next time – if you don’t consider something else as more important.
110. But I understand that what was just discussed has occupied you very much and that you wanted clarity about it.
111. I gave it to you, accordingly, as I know it.
112. Now, don’t you actually know it better?
Billy:
Of course, Semjase, and I thank you for that. Now you know. But still, I would have a question, if I may. It concerns the Talmud of Jmmanuel and the commissioner, by whose fault the original scripts were destroyed, as you told me at an earlier time. With this commissioner, do you mean M. Rashid, and if so, what are the connections between him and you?
Semjase:
113. This was bound to happen, and I see that next time, I will first have to give you information about these things.
114. Yes, it concerns Rashid, whom we had won for our tasks.
115. But unfortunately, he has failed in many things.
116. He was dependent for too long on the unreality of religion, so it was able to dig its roots in him and often let him think and act illogically.
117. A fact that, unfortunately, is irreparable.
118. But now, I can no longer talk about this because I am especially pressed for time today.
119. Next time, however, you shall receive information.
120. Also, there’s still time for everything else, and there is no reason to rush it.
Billy:
Thanks, Semjase. You satisfy my wishes.
Semjase:
121. There is no reason for thanks, and now – till we meet again.

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