The following unofficial and unauthorized translation by Larry Driscoll, USA, March 13, 2014,
is an excerpt from 89th Official Contact Report, Friday, October 28, 1977,
from Pleiadian-Plejaren Contact Reports - Block 3, pages 36-37.
German Original | English Translation |
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Auszüge aus dem 89. offiziellen Kontaktgespräch |
Excerpts from the 89th official contact conversation |
Billy: ... |
Billy: Very well, this is clear to me. Then now to another question: Can you give information to me about how old our present universe actually is? |
Semjase: 79. ... |
Semjase: 79. Surely, this question I can answer for you. |
80. ... |
80. The present universe exists in the forty six trillionth year. |
Billy: ... |
Billy: You are complicated, you likely mean that our present universe being around 46 trillion years old, if we calculate this from the last time of slumber, don’t you? |
Semjase: 81. ... |
Semjase: 81. Surely, I said this so. |
Billy: ... |
Billy: Certainly, you see, now I also again begin the same, but you said it in such a way, that not everyone at once understands. However, now to the second question about this: How often has our universe already materially existed? |
Semjase: 82. ... |
Semjase: 82. I don’t understand your question? |
Billy: ... |
Billy: I asked it exactly the way, as Guido has written it, but I can purely, logically ask it to you: How often has our universe already in the same material form existed, like it this time exists? |
Semjase: 83. ... |
Semjase: 83. Our universe is a still very young one and since the beginning of this universal Creation and since its own creation is this universe the first of this present material form. |
84. ... |
84. Before the creation of this universe slumbered the Creation of this universe in seven all greattime slumber, into which it had spiraled itself after the coming and going of the universe from out of its own idea, which only was a space in boundary without a sold matter body, like this is the case in the present material belt of the universe. |
85. ... |
85. These facts however are known to you through the teaching of Genesis, as they are given to you by Petale. |
Billy: ... |
Billy: Ok, yes, indeed I know. Then once again to the age of our present universe: So then it is 46 trillion years old and expanding. This number in years corresponds to around one sixth of a greattime time, indeed a little less, but it is still roughly accurate, because one greattime spans in fact 311,040,000,000,000 years. This means the, that we in our universe stand in the second action of Creation and from this second action of Creation first have passed by 46 trillion years, respectively the has passed by in the universe and still has to exist 265,040,000,000,000 years up to the completion of this action, whereupon after 155,502 trillion years the contraction, respectively the falling back begins. (Translator note: Assuming expansion and contraction times are equal then 311,040 trillion/2 = 155,520 trillion, not 155,502 trillion). |
Semjase: 86. ... |
Semjase: 86. Surely, this is calculated very exactly. |
Billy: ... |
Billy: Good, then we can now work out, how old are Creation in general since its own creation through the Idea of Primeval Creation, though I mean then total universe and not simply the material part of the universe, the matter belt, which we here on the Earth quite incorrectly call universe and by this mean, that this being the total universe. There are then 46 trillion years up to the present time, then we have the period of slumber of 311,040,000,000,000 years, one for the same length of time before awake time before, and then once again a time of slumber, so actually the time of creation, am I correct? There are then 3 times 311,040,000,000,000 years. |
Semjase: 87. ... |
Semjase: 87. No, you are subject to a confusion. |
Billy: ... |
Billy: What?... Moment--- oh yet, in fact, indeed it is so: 3 x 311,040,000,000,000 are there in fact, in addition 46 trillion years. Then wait now, … yes this is – moment … yes, it must be correct: 979,120,000,000,000 years. Is it so? |
Semjase: 88. ... |
Semjase: 88. Surely, I could not calculate this as fast as you. |
Billy: ... |
Billy: In calculation I am a null, but just sufficient enough for this. |
Semjase: 89. ... |
Semjase: 89. You already have shown to me calculations, which even have a denominator of 10^{40}. |
Billy: ... |
Billy: Oh, you do know, this I have worked out on paper and often struggled hours on it. |
Semjase: 90. ... |
Semjase: 90. It is and remains however an exceedingly notable result, and moreover still so fast. |
Billy: ... |
Billy: Rubbish. |
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