Contact Report 013

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
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

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 (, 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!


  • Friday, April 25, 1975, 5:20 PM
1. Today, unfortunately, time is very scarce for me, so we can only discuss the most important things.
2. First, I’ve brought you back the borrowed book, on which I need not comment any further.
3. I am referring back to my judgement that I already gave you at the last contact.
4. New perspectives have not been added.
I’ll pass on your response to my friend, and in his name I thank you for your trouble.
5. That’s not worth mentioning, and on the other hand, I’m glad that your friend wished my judgement in relation to this book.
6. If all your friends were as understanding, trusting, and friendly as he, then everything would be much better with our cause.
7. I am also pleased with your two other friends, even though they are a bit more sluggish in the whole matter.
8. But this lies in their thinking, which they first have to retrain in certain new things and cognitions.
9. But I can assure them that I find their efforts and their capability of perception and their will for this to be remarkable.
10. I already spoke in detail about the other people of the group at the last contact, and I will not go into that again.
11. The determination concerning this has fallen, which should be enough.
12. But since their entire nature is not good for our undertaking, I had been wondering whether I should destroy the film that you exposed on Sunday morning at 10 o’clock on April 20th and on which they were photographed.
13. Considering the crass nature of their thoughts and attitudes and their lack of intellect, which are harmful to our cause, I decided that a destruction of the film was appropriate.
14. Therefore, I’ve destroyed that part of the film on which the disruptive factors are photographed.
15. But your closer friends should not be disappointed because of that, because tomorrow, I want to give you another opportunity during the afternoon to take more pictures.
16. But at the same time, I have to issue the determination that no disruptive factors, as are represented by the persons mentioned, are to be included in the pictures.
17. Any uninitiated people exposed in the pictures, however, are not disruptive; nevertheless, initiates are, if they oppose the cause.
Of course, I agree with your decision, Semjase, even though I regret the destruction of the film. But giving us another opportunity to take pictures makes up for everything. But what still interests me now is another matter: Every now and then, I can observe UFOs that, according to their forms, apparently do not belong to you. In most cases, however, the objects are so far away that one cannot see any details or even photograph them, which would be very interesting as comparisons. Can I do anything in this regard, perhaps even to get a recording opportunity someday? The second question concerns the crystals that you brought me: My friend, F. Liniger, was very pleased with the green malachite rock. He is now having it be asked, whether you might want to give him a bigger piece of this type of rock?
18. I find it very interesting that you pass over the destruction of the film with a simple regret, which is not exactly your manner, as I know exactly how you can get excited when certain things don’t go according to your inclination.
19. You are a mystery to me in this regard.
20. But it also honors me that you simply accept my decision.
21. Concerning the foreign spaceships that you would like to photograph as comparisons, you yourself unfortunately cannot do anything.
22. You indeed are able to influence them mentally in their flight and light radiation, but not in the way that you could summon them close enough to capture them on film.
23. For my part, however, I might have the chance to do so.
24. So I will do this when I get the opportunity and will call you.
25. Of course, I am gladly willing to bring a piece of malachite rock for your friend, F. Liniger.
26. However, this should not become a rule, because I have fundamentally agreed to bring stones and crystals if they are for your own collection purposes or for sale.
27. But I will make an exception for your three closest friends.
28. But until then, they will have to be a little patient, because only in a few weeks will I have another opportunity to acquire such things.
29. In consideration of your lectures intended by you concerning our cause, we have discussed in detail.
30. So I can inform you of the decision that we agree with it if you still make a few dozen slide photos of my ship, contrary to my previous determination.
31. We are coming from the view that a sufficient number of pictures of this kind are very serviceable and of great value to the cause.
32. Moreover, it was decided by both of us at the last contact to eliminate the disruptive factors that were fundamentally to blame for my determination that you should not make any further photographic evidence.
33. Nevertheless, we would like to limit the pictures to a number of 100, which should surely be enough.
34. The determination with this, however, is that no further people are to be included in the pictures, because it is not they who are of importance, but my beamship.
I am very joyfully surprised, Semjase. Very many thanks!
35. Your thanks are not needed.
Nevertheless, I am very happy. — But now another question, Semjase: Is there a possib…
36. Unfortunately, I have to interrupt you, because I already said that my time is limited today.
I have only one very short question.
37. If that is so, then please ask.
Is there a possibility that you could someday bring along some pictures from your home planet or some other worlds, or that I could give you my camera to take pictures with?
38. Unfortunately, I have to deny that, because that would go too far.
39. Except with the crystals and rocks, we must limit ourselves to the things of Earth.
Thanks, Semjase, that answer is sufficient for me, but I just remembered that on April 21st, the day after our last contact, I was back in Ravensbühl and observed that military personnel were there and were searching the whole area. Have you made any findings about that?
40. That is already another question; nevertheless, I know nothing about the occurrence.
41. It could be quite possible that someone observed the launch of my ship and reported it to the authorities or the army, after which a search may have taken place, which unfortunately happens here and there, if we are not careful enough or if some careless foreign ships appear or even land.
42. As you yourself know well, we exercise extreme caution in every respect, in order to prevent such incidents.
43. Nevertheless, sometimes all caution is still not enough, as very often there are watching eyes where they are least expected, even at such a late nighttime.
44. Unfortunately, this can then lead to unpleasant incidents, especially when we have to fly to the place in question several times or even land there.
45. Particularly authorities and the military feel very threatened in their power, when they are informed about sightings or landings of beamships and so on, even though we are not interested in breaking or endangering their primitive power, for this task is the sole responsibility of the Earth human beings.
46. Although they are very interested in our beamships and do research and investigations, authorities and military officials deny these facts most energetically.
47. All relevant information in matters of spaceships, sightings, and landings and so forth is, therefore, denied by them just as much as their secret inquiries and investigations into beamship landing sites and so on.
48. Therefore, don’t concern yourself with the military personnel, whom you encountered or observed in Ravensbühl, because their investigations are one way or another confidential, and they cover them up with all means and lies available to them.
49. They would deny your observations in every respect, even if you could prove them photographically, which could become dangerous for you, on the other hand, as you already know from your own experience.
50. So do not concern yourself with the machinations of the army, as otherwise this could become dangerous for our cause.


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