Contact Report 011

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.
  • Tuesday, April 15, 1975, 3:40 PM
Billy:
Recently, I received a book titled Living from the Spirit. Is it known to you, and if so, what does it have in common with reality?
Semjase:
1. No, I don’t know the book.
2. But if you can lend it to me, I will gladly occupy myself with it.
Billy:
Of course, but I first have to ask my friend F. Liniger, who has lent it to me.
Semjase:
3. He will give you permission, don’t worry.
4. But now, I must once again come to speak on your task:
5. I find your work for the spreading of the truth very good, but nevertheless, it doesn’t progress well enough and doesn’t yield enough fruit.
6. Unfortunately, I had to find out that everything solely rests on you and that you move forward only very slowly.
7. It is absolutely necessary for a group to be established, which devotes itself to enlightenment work and pursues this intensively.
8. Immediately strive for the establishment of this group because the time presses, for this group will also be determinant for the fact that people can join you, who committed themselves through previous determinations in previous lives to be active and cooperative in the new time in this group, with regard to the spreading of the teaching of spirit and truth and for your whole mission.
Billy:
You can talk, Semjase, because with us, every undertaking costs a lot of money. From where should I get this, then? I’ve really already laid out a lot of money, but nevertheless, the cause doesn’t exactly want to start. And we should not yet discuss the determinations and so forth of later group members.
Semjase:
9. I already understand the financial problems, and I know that they burden you very much.
10. But it would be appropriate for all future fellow workers to be oriented about their determinations and to contribute financially to the cause and to act and think somewhat selflessly in these things.
11. In the end, this concerns the truth and the entire development of the Earth human beings, to which, first and foremost, the individual must actively contribute in every respect, so especially those coming members, who have determinations for this.
12. Moreover, changes of any kind are not caused fundamentally by the great mass of a humanity, but by the initiative of individual human beings, who lay the foundation stones for the changes.
13. Those who lay the foundation today and in the future are the ones actually responsible for the building that will be built from it tomorrow or in the distant future.
14. So you and your friends are also responsible for what develops from your work for the future.
15. You are only the architectural elements, from which buildings and structures slowly become erected, which must stand in a considerable form no later than the beginning of the third millennium.
16. I must say to you that you are a worker for the spirit and its laws and recommendations – in every relation.
17. Even though you are very well-versed manually, it is not up to you to develop yourself manual-organizationally.
18. Ideal-organizationally, your mind reaches incredibly far, but manual-organizationally, you are subject.
19. This is because you are a consciousness-worker.
20. Therefore, it is of necessity that you leave the manual-organizational area to others.
21. Only bring forth the organizational ideas, but leave the manual execution to someone who is suited for that.
22. In your present development-state, you are much too busy according to consciousness for you also to be able still to expend yourself manually.
23. Moreover, you’re not as physically strong as you suppose.
24. Your frequent performances of power of a physical form often exceed your last reserves and throw you down.
25. Even though you can regenerate your strength tremendously fast over and over again through the power of your spirit and consciousness, it is still detrimental to your health.
26. Another human being certainly would have never coped with such expenditures because such wear and tear of physical power exceed the norm of anything tolerable.
27. It already borders on insanity, in terms of the fact that your will for physical performance exceeds the limits of what is possible, because your will becomes driven still only by spiritual and consciousness-based power.
28. However, spiritual and consciousness-based power is immeasurably higher than all physical power, so you demand performances from your body, which it is no longer capable of at all.
29. In this state, only your immense power of consciousness – your conscious will – still drives you forward, while your body has already long been worn out and exhausted.
30. Such a struggle means more than just a victory over the physical; it means insanity, for you command your consciousness to do things that destroy your physical body.
31. Just think of the incident when you walked through the desert years ago with the empty water canister.
32. Your body had already long been worn out, completely exhausted, and unable to make even the slightest movement.
33. But by your command, the power of your consciousness forced your body forward, over which you had lost all control.
34. Only your tremendous, conscious will still drove you through the hot sand, while your body had already exceeded the measure of anything tolerable and was a will-less robot of your consciousness and its power.
Billy:
You know that?
Semjase:
35. I already told you before that we have closely observed and studied you for years, even though we couldn’t thereby solve your actual secret that surrounds you.
Billy:
Okay, but I always had to act in such a way, even in that case; otherwise, I would have died miserably, along with the two others – but let’s leave that a secret!
Semjase:
36. That’s not quite right, as we would have let you receive assistance, as we did in other dangerous situations, into which you ran continually.
37. We often influenced Earth human beings to save you, when you were completely at the end.
38. But we really only intervened in extreme emergencies – strictly speaking, three times.
Billy:
I noticed nothing of that.
Semjase:
39. You also couldn’t do that because we only influenced human beings to find you.
Billy:
All right, but should I have acted differently in the aforementioned case with the water canister?
Semjase:
40. Your action was quite right, and your logic was so sharp that I shudder at it.
41. It’s just that the balance of powers between the two others and you were fundamentally different and to your disadvantage.
42. You yourself had to deliberately condemn your own body and push your consciousness to the brink of insanity, while the two others only had to let hatred be aroused within them, whereby they were driven forward.
43. You had, indeed, also calculated this in advance with your logic.
44. And you were right, even if it was all insanity.
Billy:
Let’s leave this, however; it is, indeed, all over. What occupies me far more than the past is the formation of our group. I completely understand what you’ve said about my person, but there is still another problem: You have forbidden me, for certain reasons, to make more photos of your beamship. I have concerned myself, however, with the thought that it would be very useful if we would have slide pictures that we could show for lectures and so on. One or two more films would also still be of use. Do you not want to allow me, nevertheless, to make additional pictures for this purpose?
Semjase:
45. I’ve told you, though…
Billy:
Of course, Semjase, but this does, indeed, concern pictures that we could use for lectures and so on.
Semjase:
46. Very well, I agree to that.
47. You can still make as many pictures and films as you need.
48. I will obtain the necessary permission for it.
Billy:
Thanks, Semjase. – But how does it stand now with the film and the photo negatives that I gave to you? Do you still need those?
Semjase:
49. We have already worked on them and have analyzed the phenomena; however, the film and the negatives became unusable because of this.
Billy:
Too bad, but what have you found out? Why did the radiation phenomena become visible?
Semjase:
50. It only concerns atmospheric disturbances, which will dissipate in a few months.
51. They come here from your system satellite Saturn, which currently influences Earth’s atmosphere.
52. Due to these disturbances, particularly the antenna’s guide beam and the energy collecting beam as well as the regeneration-radiation become visible.
53. The antenna’s guide beam and the energy collecting beam appear as a fine line of energy over the beamship, while the regeneration-radiation becomes visible beneath the ship in various hues.
Billy:
You speak of regeneration-radiation. Does the captured energy become regenerated after consumption?
Semjase:
54. The energy only becomes used and regenerated for the beam drive.
55. It doesn’t become consumed, however, as you said.
56. All our technology is geared towards natural rectification, but not towards destruction.
Billy:
I understand; the natural principle is, thus, implosion and regeneration, instead of explosion and destruction.
Semjase:
57. Sure, you couldn’t have expressed it more precisely.
58. But now, I would like to continue with other things, but I would like to suggest to you once more to spare yourself physically more and expend yourself less.
59. Your consciousness can only endure this life valuably if your physical body is also healthy.
60. Please pay attention to that.
61. But now, I would like to continue in the spiritual teaching:
62. The truly spiritual and consciousness-based aspirant is like a notable artist:
63. Of a tender consciousness, of a gentle being, full of love, knowledge, wisdom and great sense, he has the highest sensitivity for truth, equalizedness, beauty, and spiritual as well as consciousness-based progress.
64. His life is controlled, refined, and sublime, and his perspectives are very broad.
65. His whole sense is magnanimous, and beauty expresses itself in his simple life full of high dignity.
66. His inner peace holds a beauty, which no artist can paint and no poet can describe in words.
67. His spiritual and consciousness-based purity has an attraction force, which can’t be expressed by any music, no matter how harmonious.
68. His security can be on an equal footing with nothing, and no end to his striving and goal can be set by any limits.
69. His wisdom is an ever-present light, which shines in the deepest darkness.
70. It is not like a light of a day, which can be overwhelmed by the darkness of the night.
71. It is also not like the light of a great human thinker, which just always fails, and often does so right when he needs it most.
72. His presence is an ever-present outpouring of eternity, which never passes away, while the aroma of the most beautiful and most fragrant rose or orchid of the world fades away and disappears in the times of the endless.
73. It is absolutely untrue that the human being is the measure of all things, for the measure of all things is the spirit.
74. The human being himself is a very multifaceted being, and his various shrouds hide from others his real personality.
75. He can identify well with his coarse-substantial, physical body and can meet its needs, and he can equate himself with his conscious intellect or feel his oneness with the real self of himself, which is the eternal, imperishable witness of both, but to create himself, he cannot do.
76. All the vital purposes – no matter how valuable they may be in their human places – cannot, in the long run, keep the being of consciousness under their enslavement or subjugate him, without bringing his very own personality into complete disorder.
77. In the non-creational-thinking human being, the material intellect, with all its given limitations, takes the highest place and thereby has as a consequence a tremendously slow development of the spirit and the consciousness.
78. The spiritual intellect must be developed by the consciousness quite deliberately, for it isn’t enough to think that it would move by itself into higher forms.
79. The human-material intellect can only move in a vicious circle of possibilities.
80. It always sticks to the surface of an object and cannot penetrate into it and become one with it, for without a complete identity with the object, the knowledge of it is absolutely impossible.
81. Therefore, if a human being wants to know his fellow human beings, then he must be able to identify with these.
82. And if a human being wants to know a matter, then he must also be able to identify with this.
83. The material intellect accepts the testimony of the material senses and the conclusions derived from these, but rejects the deepest subjective inspirations.
84. Profound insight reveals to the human being the cognition that there is something more in him than what his ordinary consciousness conveys to him, something that is the source of all thoughts, perceptions, and feelings, a finer consciousness-based and spiritual presence, which always leaves him dissatisfied with merely material endeavors.
85. The doctrine – that the ordinary material state of the human being is not the real and final stage of life, that he has a deeper, more penetrating life in life itself, a true self, an immortal spirit, a light that can never be extinguished by anything – has occupied the thinkers of all times and all universes across all great-times over and over again.
86. All great thinkers of all universes repeatedly raise the unanimous demand to get to know the true self – the life of life itself.
87. While the bodily organism changes every moment and the thoughts surge up like gusts of wind and disappear, the real spiritual self is never lost.
88. It permeates absolutely everything, even though it is fundamentally different from everything, for its form is purely spiritual.
89. It is the fundamental source of all perceptions of identity through countless transformations.
90. It takes up, in any manner and form, all things into itself and yet always remains itself – unchangeable and in the eternal equal measure of its own greatness.
91. It is an invariable greatness within the manifold activities of the universe and the universes in general.
92. The human-restricted personality is only aware of itself from time to time; in between, there are large gaps in consciousness.
93. But even when death reaches the human being, the seer and recognizer in him, the spirit, cannot die, for as a part-piece of the Creation, it is of eternal duration, like also the overall consciousness-block.
94. On the objective side, nothing can touch the observant, subjective self.
95. This self, existing for eternal times, which is the life of life itself, cannot be proven materially because it is of a purely spiritual form and nature, but it requires no proof for a rational being because the spirit itself is its own proof.
96. Hence, only beings living in poverty of consciousness demand proofs for the existence of the spirit, for in their intellectual primitiveness, they cannot recognize its existence from the spiritual deeds and occurrences.
97. The spirit itself is the basic foundation of every knowledge process, and the spirit itself animates every organ and faculty, and that out of the urge for development and the existence of life.
98. The spirit, this universal self, is confused with the empirical self as a result of mental impurities.
99. When the human being breaks through the veil surrounding the self and removes the shrouds of the material urge that constrict and cover it, he immediately attains – in the physical body – the determination of his BEING.
100. The inner spiritual BEING, the life of life itself, which is infinitely simple and uncomplicated, forms a oneness of transcendental reality, cognition, knowledge, wisdom, love, and freedom.
101. The human being is not a mere biological phenomenon.
102. In him is also a small part of a fine-fluidal conditioned, psychological organism in spiritual form, which is laden with latent potentialities, with the might of all creational forces.
103. Philosophical insight into the psychological nature of human beings forces one to recognize and know the reality of the cosmic consciousness, the creational life force, as the foundation and life of psychological beings.
104. The human being must not only see human beings on their biological and mental levels; rather, he must also grasp them on their psychological and spiritual levels.
105. Everything that the human being inherits, everything that he brings with him from the past through billions of existences, everything that he, in this life or in past lives, has enjoyed, known, read, learned, or experienced lies hidden not in his subconsciousness but in the storage-banks.
106. That is why he does not master the technique of concentration, and that is why he does not command his subconsciousness and does not make full use of all his knowledge and ability.
107. The longing for all his knowledge and ability, which originated from past lives, for the experiences and for the wisdom, thus, is not hidden deep within him.
108. He must only recognize and accept the truth, so acknowledge it and utilize it himself.
109. But for this, it is necessary for him to fight against his own foolishness and to acknowledge that the material intellect does not constitute a human being if it does not also work together in the same measures with the spiritual intellect.
110. When this happens and when the human being recognizes his spirit, all the wealth of knowledge and wisdom, ability, freedom, love, and peace accumulated in previous lives will arise again and richly benefit him, once he learns to retrieve all these values from the storage-banks and to utilize them himself.
111. Knowledge, might, power, wisdom, freedom and love are the creational heritage of the Absolute, and they are the human being’s birthright.
112. The human being, through his consciousness and through his spirit, is a center of thought, might, power, and influence on everything and everyone.
113. He does, indeed, have a body, but he himself is not the body.
114. The body is only an instrument and a servant of the spirit and the overall consciousness-block; it is the spirit’s dwelling but not its prison.
115. The body is the temple of the radiating spirit – the self-luminous, innermost life – the creational self.
116. The body is the castle of the spirit, which brings all powers into motion.
117. The human being knows from this that he also breathes the breath of the spirit and not only physical breath.
118. The human being only learns of his spirit through meditation, through conscious inner contemplation, through deep immersion into the quietest chambers of the consciousness and the spiritual self, and by looking directly into the mirror of the inner and innermost life.
119. He must not do this, however, in the way that is faked to the Earth human beings by religious and sectarian deceivers, for this “meditation” is not a spiritual vision but only a fantasy-filled releasing of unreal wishes of the imagination.
120. Real meditation in spiritual form requires gaining an understanding of one’s own BEING and self, and a self-holding of both facts before one’s eyes, that the existence of the eternal reality and truth and the deeply rooted oneness of all manifestations – from a star to the form of a substance, from nature to spiritual life – are altogether only one in creational balance.
121. Every human being, in his innermost essence, is a manifestation of the Creation, and only because of this is it possible for everyone to become one with the endless.
122. Reflecting upon these truths of the essential existence of the creational produces knowledge and certainty.
123. The direct vision of the truth supersedes all useless objections; the realization of the truth makes everything down to the finest detail clear and self-explanatory.
124. Life on Earth offers no full satisfaction to human beings; it is not the entirety; the real is to be found on another side of the material.
125. Material life only serves as a guide, in order to reach the fine-sided, the spiritual.
126. Material life is only the area of activity that gives human beings conditions and purposes, in order to build relationships with the spirit and the all-greatest, the creational.
127. It is completely wrong to restrict the field of view of life only to observable phenomena and to let valuations be determined by the objective value of things.
128. The highness and greatness of life depend on the extent to which it is elevated to the law of the innermost life in the highest being.
129. The relationships between human beings are only justified as long as they do not distract from the eternal laws of the spiritual nature.
130. Neither social well-being nor national improvement is possible by merely adhering to shadows and disregarding the essential substance.
131. The core of the truth does not belong to an individual human being alone because the truth forms BEING and life of everything that exists at all.
132. Only that, which is one and united, can be indivisible and all-inclusive within a self-identical existence.
133. This is the full extent of achievements and the culmination point of all aspirations and ideals of life.
134. In this integral spiritual view of life, the ethical basis of social and domestic relationships is rooted.
135. Society is the totality of the individuals, determined to pierce through the veil and to enter into the realms of the immortal BEING, into the Creation itself.
136. The human connections mean nothing less than the aspiration to live in the daily life of a spiritual form, which is there in the deep background of all existing beings, but which cannot be found in the absence of truth.
137. Through this, the love for the spiritual is lost more and more, and the human being’s mind turns more and more to the material and his material intellect.
138. Altruistic love is the expression of the visible concordance with the unending life, which is in the whole Universe.
139. If a family or society or nation is perceived as a means of separating one from the other, then such a family, society, or nation – no matter how great the goal of the union of the human beings may be – can never succeed.
140. Every little connection must lead to absolute oneness, which does not exclude one iota of itself.
141. This truth must always remain before the eyes of the human being during everyday work, if his deeds and actions and his thinking are to be free of selfishness and in harmony with the universal events.
142. Life is a teaching of spirit for the spirit.
143. The proper behavior of the family and the administration of the country and the society form a part of the universal determinations, which have provided the totality of the beings with strictly impartial laws.
144. The human being lives because the Creation exists, and his life must become as equalized and relatively perfect as the Creation itself is equalized and relatively perfect.
145. The human being lives in the Creation-BEING; it breathes and hangs in him.
146. The lack of the spiritual, for which it is worth living, or the need for a practical life philosophy and life psychology in the present time is often responsible for the crisis in the lives of human beings and in their concerns.
147. Already for a long time, the modern ranting human being has made great efforts to find peace and freedom, but so far, all his efforts have fruitlessly blown away and escaped.
148. In the absence of real knowledge and the truth of a healthy, rational lifestyle that would give him inner and real balance and peace, he has committed himself to abnormal ideologies and to destructive, dangerous, and harmful religious philosophies, which lead him into even greater consciousness-based poverty and keep him away from the real life, as has already been the case since time immemorial.
149. Natural human intellect defends itself against allowing the circle of inappropriate, unrealistic religious dogmas to be squeezed into the square of the occupying truth, and these dogmas, especially through the new time of the Aquarian era, are brought to a thriving existence by new religious fanatics, sectarians, and deceivers; however, at the present time, the religious delusion is still too widespread to be able to create a useful defense on a large scale; consequently, by the turn of the millennium, many thousands of human beings will die senselessly through murder and suicide in sectarian delusion.
150. The irrational religious philosophies, with their colossal confusions and delusional claims, reduce in the human being the inner power that would sustain his consciousness and help him to achieve his aspiration to surpass himself, and which would enable him to attain inner growth and inner peace in proper proportion to the external achievements and circumstances.
151. In response to a long-felt need, here and there, Earth human beings who are wrongly referred to as leading thinkers have made personal but dangerously unrealistic efforts to take the supposedly best out of the religions and bring them together with modern thinking, in order to work out a new life philosophy and life psychology for today’s humanity.
152. But at the same time, these alleged and unrealistic thinkers don’t consider that they thereby increase the religious delusion even more, out of the unknowledge of the fact that they themselves are very badly trapped in unrealistic religions and consequently are only able to think and act in accordance with them unrealistically – in irreal, delusional, delusion-believing, murderous, and consciousness-poor ways – which often leads to death and destruction.
153. Hence, for obvious reasons, success is often equal to zero.
154. But the human being of the new time, the human being of the Aquarian era, now faces an easily solvable problem, for if he now lays the foundation of the truth, then he gains a whole new structure of philosophical and psychological values for a happy, free, and peaceful spiritual life in the future.
155. A free spiritual life founded on everything that represents the best in the cultural and spiritual heritage of Earth:
156. The spiritual truth.
157. When the Earth human being finally recognizes and acknowledges this truth, makes himself completely free from all religions, sects, and other irrational teachings and their delusions and finally aligns himself with the spiritual and creational laws, then he has triumphed.
158. Only the truth is serviceable and brings the human being progress; religion, irrational teachings, and sectarianism, however, are unserviceable to the human being and throw him back into the deepest darkness.
Billy:
That was very detailed, Semjase, and I hope that your explanations find fertile ground. – But now, I would like to ask you a question that has caused me some headaches since last night: So, it was yesterday, April 14th, exactly five minutes before midnight; I just got back from a short night walk and stood on the west side of our house in the garden. Suddenly, I heard a strange whistling whirring, which approached at breakneck speed from the east and vanished in a flash to the west, and I also believed to see a very large shadow, but of what, I’m not quite sure. I knew immediately that I had already heard this strange sound before, and that at 9:00 o’clock in the morning on June 2nd, 1942, when I saw an enormous “flying disc” shooting away over our village and our house. I know the peculiar sound very well, and therefore, I cannot be mistaken. Thus, it must have been a beamship passing by. Now I’m wondering if that was you or any of you, and why, then, didn’t you get in touch with me?
Semjase:
159. That was neither me nor anyone else of us.
Billy:
Then it must have been a foreign beamship.
Semjase:
160. That must be so, as lately various foreign objects have flown into the earthly space, but we cannot monitor all of them.
161. As a rule, they also leave Earth immediately, as soon as they have satisfied their curiosity or thirst for knowledge.
Billy:
What was it, then, in the evening of March 20th at 7:30 PM? My children and my wife called me to the window because they saw, only about 1 kilometer away in the west, an object of reddish and yellow color moving from the north to the south. Also various local residents had marveled at it from the street.
Semjase:
162. That also wasn’t one of us, but nevertheless, the event is known to me.
163. It concerns a beamship of a race known to us from a neighboring system of our home.
164. They are peacefully minded beings, who travel around space and worlds for expeditionary purposes.
165. Earth, in particular, is of interest to them, and therefore, their luminous beamships are also often observed here.
166. Their technology is not yet as advanced as ours, and the beings themselves are also rather unconcerned about whether they are seen or not.
Billy:
What kind of beings or life forms are they?
Semjase:
167. They are human forms, and what is very important is that they are peaceful and very connected with us, which unfortunately cannot be said of all who cross through cosmic space.

[Translator’s Note: The following photos and captions were taken from Message from the Pleiades Volume 1, pages 152 and 153, and pertain to the object that Meier and his family saw.]

20 March 1975, 19:30, Wihaldenstrasse, Hinwil, Switzerland. 
Meier filmed this object through his window.
20 March 1975, 19:30, Wihaldenstrasse, Hinwil, Switzerland. 
Meier’s family watched him film this object.

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