Contact Report 200

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.
  • Wednesday, May 1, 1985, 3:11 AM

Billy:

So, my son, you told me recently that in the coming time, genetic research would be widely discussed, but also a renewed debate would break out regarding the concept of the incarnation, as this was already the case in earlier centuries, I mean in terms of the incarnation, and thus, the moment is meant in which the fetus becomes animated in the womb through the spirit form that is capable of rebirth, which includes the entire consciousness block of the new personality that is created by the spirit in the fetus in which the spirit respectively enters.

Quetzal:

1. That is correct; I’ve explained a few things to you in relation to this.

2. The large and worldwide debate around genetic research will already soon have its beginning, but it will first be in a lot of people’s mouths at and around the turn of the millennium.

3. Also, the question of the beginning of the incarnation will then be raised again in a strong form, and in this connection, all sorts of false suppositions and polished nonsense will dominate the agenda, especially through the pseudoscientific and pseudo-religious false assertions and ideologies of the know-it-alls, fanatics, politicians, parish staff, theologians and, of course, through the sectarians, false prophets, media, and alleged contactees, as well as through the Pope, whose predecessors, being absolute amateurs in the matter of the beginning of the incarnation, already felt eager for hundreds of years to spread their nonsense.

4. Thus, Pope Pius IX, among others, absurdly maintained and made the doctrine that Joseph’s wife Mary, already from the moment of Jmmanuel’s conception, carried a reason-gifted “soul” in herself and that already at conception, the fertilized egg was animated by the “soul,” and so, Jmmanuel’s personality and his reason had already existed.

5. But the fact is that there is no soul because in truth, this is identical with the psyche, which could have allowed the fertilized egg to become filled with reason, but that in truth, it exclusively deals with the spirit form which is capable of rebirth, i.e. the spirit, nothing of this was mentioned at all.

6. But this could not have been otherwise since this Pope had no notion of the teaching of the spirit and of the actual creative laws.

7. Therefore, the inventor of the dogma of “Mary’s Immaculate Conception” made an absurd assertion out of self-craze and arrogance as well as out of unreal thinking, etc., namely with regard to the fact that he would be absolutely immoderate and incorrect in that with the celebration of the “Immaculate Conception of Mary,” something would be worshiped and celebrated that would be without reason, and with this, the fertilized egg was meant.

8. That’s what happened in the year 1854.

9. Years later, in 1869, he then changed the Canon Law in order to give validity to his nonsensical assertion.

10. Yet up to that time, it was such that the fetus was “inanimate” up to 80 days after the conception and the value of “animation” was only granted to it starting from the 80th day.

11. In addition to various other things, this 80th day was also important for abortion because after this time, one became punished with an excommunication.

12. As a result of the absurd assertion of Pope Pius IX, from then on, an excommunication inevitably took place with each abortion because the new rule was that through a sperm, the fertilized egg would already be “animated” in the body of the woman and, thus, would be filled with reason and would respectively be an “indivisible” individual, as this term was adopted from the Greek word that is transliterated as “ätomon.” *

13. But this acceptance of the individual and of being filled with reason are actually absurd because as you know, the animation of the fetus takes place via the spirit form on the 21st day after conception, with which also the heart begins its rhythmic activity, and thus begins the existence of the individual because at the same moment, when the rebirth, i.e. the reincarnation, of the spirit form takes place in the fetus, the new personality, along with the entire consciousness block, becomes born into new life.

14. Furthermore, it must be said that prior to this moment – up to around the 14th day after conception, which can vary – still different processes in the fertilized egg take place, as for example the division into twins.

*Translator’s Note: The original Greek word is “άτομον.” Also, transliteration occurs whenever all letters of a word from one language are simply converted into their corresponding characters of the other alphabet, into which the word is being transferred. So the above German word, “ätomon,” would be transliterated into the English language as “atomon.”

Billy:

You explain that just like a doctor.

Quetzal:

15. Like Ptaah, I’ve also learned this specialty.

16. However, I’ve already explained this to you before.

Billy:

Unfortunately, I forgot. But now, so that no confusion arises, if I should still take in later conversation reports and write this down, maybe it would be useful for understanding and such that once again, it is explained that the term “individual” is actually a transliteration of the Greek word “ätomon,” as you’ve already said, and that this “indivisible” can also mean “single being.” In addition, it is also important to say that the origin of the term “individual” is actually connected with the term “atom.” But today, the designation “individual” stands for the single person, to which also scholasticism has contributed.

Quetzal:

17. That is correct.

18. As a result of scholasticism, the meaning of “individual” found a specification for the human personality, and then, in the 16th century, it developed into the special “person.”

19. In today’s German language, but also in other earthly languages, the term “individual” finds its meaning as a single person, as you rightly said.

Billy:

You are also a German expert.

Quetzal:

20. All of us, who keep in touch with you, have learned the German language very extensively.

Billy:

Sfath also spoke this language very well, but also my dialect.

Quetzal:

21. That is well-known to me.

Billy:

He also instructed me in a good form in the German language, and with him, I also learned to write and to read, which was a reason for my first teacher, he was named Karl Graf, to take me, in a special measure, under his wing.

Quetzal:

22. That is also known to me, also that he was led to you by Sfath’s telepathic impulses and that he spoke about you with his friend, Carl Gustav Jung, whom you later became acquainted with in Zurich, when you visited your handicapped sister (Verena) in the Matilda Escher Home, and you made yet another visit to the psychiatric hospital, Burghölzli, where C. G. Jung was visiting.

Explanation:

Teacher Karl Graf, with whom the little Eduard (Billy) visited during the first three school years, was not only one of Eddy’s great friends, but he also stood on friendly terms with priest Rudolf Emanuel Zimmermann and with the well-known psychologist and psychiatrist, Professor Carl Gustav Jung. Karl Graf had been enlightened by the little Eduard in reference to his contacts with the extraterrestrial Sfath and, as proof, even once received the opportunity to be allowed to observe his aircraft, with Sfath’s permission, in “Erachfeld” in Bülach, when Eduard went to a contact. A contact with Sfath was excluded, but the experience was enough for the teacher to promote, from then on, the scholastic progress of the boy entrusted to him, also partly in his spare time on a private basis. At the same time, it couldn’t fail, of course, that Karl Graf was faced with many questions from Eduard, which he also answered, faithful to his knowledge and understanding. If he couldn’t do this, however, especially when it came to strictly psychological and life-related matters, then he contacted his friend, Professor Carl Gustav Jung, to whom he had reported of Eduard, as well as of his sighting experience regarding Sfath’s aircraft. The professor saw no reason in Karl Graf’s remarks not to accept them as truth, as he also found no reason in them not to take a stand and not to let Eduard’s questions go unanswered. Interested in the boy, who asked such profound questions, he requested a photo from the teacher, in order to be able to make himself a mental picture of Eduard. Teacher Graf procured the photo and handed it over to the professor for examination, who made himself an exact mental image of little Eduard. He also told his little niece, Lou Zinsstag, of the young Eduard, which was the real impetus for the fact that she became interested in extraterrestrials and their aircraft and that she began to strive in the course of her life for all attainable photographic and written material and became a world-renowned UFO researcher, who didn’t let herself be easily deceived. In consequence of this, in the sixties, she got into a discussion with the Briton Timothy Good, who told her of a Swiss by the name of Eduard Meier, who lived for some time in India and about whom the New Delhi newspaper, “Statesman,” reported as a contact man to extraterrestrials. Of course, Lou Zinsstag tried to get in contact with Eduard (who – in the meantime, in Persia, by an American woman named Judy Reed – had become known as “Billy,” a name that would always remain with him), but she couldn’t discover where he lived. But through a happy stroke of fate, it happened when she was staying with the American UFO expert and former Air Force Colonel Wendelle Stevens, who already knew the Billy of whom she spoke, and he also gave her his whereabouts with the exact address information. Upon her return to Switzerland, she made an abrupt decision to make her way to Billy, with whom she then talked for a very long time, and she gained rock-solid insight that all details of the contact man, Billy, corresponded to the absolute truth and that there was no deception or lie. An insight that she also represented until the end of her days. Still as a young lad, Billy got to know Professor Carl Gustav Jung personally. At the same time, the personal acquaintance came about through a happy stroke of fate, whereby the following happened: Together with his mother, Billy, at that time still Eduard, in the Matilda Escher Home in Zurich, visited his sister Verena, who had been severely physically disabled since her birth and who had been staying there. From there, he set out on his short trip down to the psychiatric hospital, “Burghölzli,” where he still wanted to pick up an acquaintance, who visited her sick father there. As Eduard was waiting for the acquaintance in front of the main entrance, a man unexpectedly came to him and asked if he was, indeed, Eduard, the former student of Karl Graf. He had seen a picture of him that the teacher had shown to him, and as far as he could tell, not much had changed. He was Professor Jung, the friend of the teacher, the one who had always answered the difficult and unusual questions for him. This resulted in an intensive conversation between the two, which lasted for 46 minutes, and it was finished when the acquaintance, for whom Eduard had waited, stepped out of the main entrance. After the dismissal, Professor Jung and Eduard went their ways and never met again.

Excerpt Insertion: Brockkaus Lexicon: Jung, Carl Gustav, Swiss. Psychologist and psychiatrist, born in Kesswil (Canton Thurgau) 7/26/1875, died in Küsnacht (Canton Zürich) 6/6/1961; from 1910, Professor in Zürich; came from the psychoanalysis of S. Freud but then developed his own teachings (Analytical Psychology) of the psychological energy, of the individuation, of the individual and collective unconscious, of the archetype and the types of the consciousness attitude (Introversion, Extraversion). J. also dealt with occult phenomena and, among other things, worked on psychotherapy, religious and mythical research, ethnology, educational theory. Since 1948, the C. Q. J. Institute has existed in Zürich and since 1957, the International Association for Analytical Psychology.

Works: Transformations and Symbols of the Libido (1912); extended: Symbols of Transformation (1952); Psychological Types (1921); The Relations between the Ego and the Unconscious (1928); Psychology and Religion (1938); Essays on a Science of Mythology (1941); From the Roots of Consciousness (1954); Memories, Dreams, Reflections (ed. 1962).

(Billy’s Explanation: With the unconscious, C. G. Jung identified the subconscious.)

January 30, 2004, 12:46 AM – dictated by Ptaah

Billy:

Ah, that I did not know. Now I understand a few things better. I could have imagined that myself. That was probably also the reason why he so encouraged me in the German language and drilled me in such a way as also Sfath did.

Quetzal:

23. That is correct.

24. If it wouldn’t have been for Sfath, then with certainty, you wouldn’t have been able to read and write so well at the age of only 6 1/2 years.

25. And if teacher Graf also wouldn’t have assisted you, then you could not have already composed those written works, which you wrote in your youngest years.

26. Those were amazing little works.

Billy:

Thus, you know?

Quetzal:

27. That is correct because Sfath was also one of my teachers, and of course, he spoke with me regarding your person and task.

28. He also presented your works to me, which he recorded constantly.

29. And when I had studied these works, I decided to be assigned to your mission and the connection with you.

Billy:

There, things come to light again. Interesting.

Quetzal:

30. But it should remain there for today because you aren’t supposed to be burdened too much.

31. I still have just a brief explanation to deliver, with regard to what was presented, in reference to the incarnation, i.e. the animation of the fetus by the spirit form:

32. As revealed from a look into the future, the absurd and erroneous claim – that from the moment of conception, i.e. from conception to human life, the fetus would be a reason-gifted life form and, thus, an individual – will recently be reaffirmed, maintained, and taught, again by an ignorant layman, with respect to the rebirth of the spirit form and its animation of the fetus.

33. This new crazy teaching is again generated and developed by an erring religionist, namely by a certain Cardinal Lehmann, who will express himself in this way on the 10th of June, 1991.

Billy:

Thanks for the explanation. But Ptaah said that distance is supposed to be taken from predictions.

Quetzal:

34. That is correct, but that has nothing to do with the predictions hastily agreed upon by us.

35. And now, farewell, my friend.

Billy:

You are suddenly in a hurry.

Quetzal:

36. On the one hand, it’s about your health, which is why I shouldn’t strain you too much, but on the other hand, I still have to settle the tasks that I’m assigned to.

Billy:

Of course, I understand. Then until the next time. Until we meet again.

Quetzal:

37. So be it.

38. Farewell.

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