|Billy: It is unceasing, the thoughts begin simply to run.|
|But before we turn ourselves to the correcting work of Hans-Georg’s book, I want to ask yet something regarding that which you have addressed with the 424th official contact conversations on the 17th of June, namely the arrivals of extraterrestrials in the terrestrial air space.|
|There was indeed the Tunguska catastrophe in which those space travelers suffered a break down and exploded their large ship in the air because it could not be repaired again.|
|Is that also included in your clarifications?|
|You have namely made no statements about that although it would be interesting to know what the circumstances are regarding this.|
Ptaah: The great space ship which at that time suffered a breakdown and was destroyed, out of which the so-called Tunguska event resulted, belonged to a people who live in a distant galaxy in your space-time configuration.
|Christianity, however, which was brought to their home worlds by some of their space travelers and which quickly spread out, led to grave religious wars.|
|When then, finally, order could again be created, the space travelers were forbidden to make any further penetrations into the terrestrial space.|
|Around 1000 years after this decree a great space ship of these people erred into the SOL system as a result of faulty co-ordinates and became stranded on the Earth by a still emerging grave breakdown from which it could no longer extricate itself.|
|So, for several months, the space ship lay with grave technical damage hidden in the Tunguska region whereby a larger number of space travelers mixed, unrecognized, among the Earth humans, far from the hiding place, and sexually engaged with them which resulted in many of them becoming sick with syphilis and, with the return to their space ship, also infecting many others with it.|
|That had very evil results for the space travelers because very quickly, as a result of their constitutional difference, dangerous mutations of the disease arose which, just as quickly, expanded to a plague-like disease and epidemic which cost many their lives.|
|They could not expect help from the home world because, according to the old determination, it was forbidden for them to approach the Earth.|
|Apart from that, other extraterrestrials were stationed on the Earth – namely us and our confederates – who were prohibited, by the government of the home world, from helping the space travelers. Consequently we had to hold ourselves to our directives.|
|Therefore, only self-destruction remained for the Earth strangers as their determination demanded, consequently they built an atom bomb, brought the space ship to a height in the atmosphere which was still possible and then caused it to fall in order to then ignite the bomb.|
|Through the mighty explosion the great space ship was completely ripped apart and torn to pieces whereby the monstrous explosion transformed practically the whole ship, and the entire remaining crew of 4387 humans, into dust and ash.|
|Everything was observed and recorded from our side, subsequently we naturally constantly relayed our information to the stranded space travelers’ home world, however we did not receive permission to intervene in the events.|
|Therefore we had to let things run their course, however, this was built on the fact that we could teach the space travelers’ government and people in relation to this: that no danger existed anymore for them from the Earth humans’ religions if they would no longer get involved in these.|
|Our intentions succeeded in the course of time, which then also had the result that all three peoples, respectively, races – namely there were three – joined our federation.|
|They come from a region of a large cluster of galaxies which is around 400,000,000 light-years distant from the Earth.|
|The three peoples, respectively, races, have three different home worlds, yet they are tightly connected with each other and call themselves the People’s Union of Bardan, because they also name their home worlds Bardan 1, 2, and 3 and have a common government.|
|The Bardan belong to those five peoples foreign to Earth who I named for you and who joined our federation.|
Billy: And do these humans come again to Earth in the current time?
|And the galaxy cluster named by you – is that also known to our astronomers?|
Ptaah: Yes, and indeed already since the time around 80 years ago when they allowed themselves to be taught by us and joined our federation.
|But since then they have never taken up contact with Earth humans.|
|And in regard to the galaxy cluster: This is known to the terrestrial astronomers and is named Coma by them.|
Billy: And they look like us or different?
Ptaah: They are humans like us, if you mean that.
|They have somewhat mongoloid characteristics and a somewhat coarse as well as light brownish-yellowish skin.|
Billy: It would be interesting one time to get to know one of these humans.
Ptaah: If that is your wish then I can concern myself with that.
|I can possibly arrange a visit.|