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Rating: 5 Stars all the way. All rights reserved. Chapter 12 Confrontation Following the death of team member , the Ebens took control of the body without explanation.
Upon arrival, the team commander requested the body of and was told that was not possible. In this diary entry, the commander relates how his attempt to retrieve the body escalated into a tense confrontation. He is more aggressive and seems to be the boss, similar to me, as the team commander. The leader has requested many things from us, most of which we have provided. Ebe1 showed up, and I explained that we wanted the body of Ebe1 told us the body was in storage, and we could not take it.
We told Ebe1 that we will take it. The eleven of us walked by the Ebens, numbering six, and walked into the building. They did not attempt to stop us. Once inside, we could not open any of the containers. We decided to send to our storage area to get some explosives to open the container. Ebe2 showed up with the leader. Ebe2 was extremely polite and asked us to wait. Ebe2 translated that to the leader.
There was a long exchange of words between the two. Finally, Ebe2 told us that the leader would like us to go to another location and speak with another Eben, a doctor, about the body of I told Ebe2 that I would leave and here to guard the body.
Again, there was a long, drawn-out exchange of words.
Finally, Ebe2 stated that the leader would like all of us to leave this building and go to visit with the doctor. I told Ebe2, no, I would not leave the body of I felt that this was going to be a confrontation. I told and to go back, obtain our handguns and come back ASAP. I was not going to allow the Ebens to countermand my decisions. When Ebe2 heard this, she told me to wait and placed her hand against my chest.
I told her to translate that to the leader. Again, there were several minutes of word exchanges between the two. Ebe2 then stated that the leader would bring the doctor here. Guns are not needed, we can settle this without guns. About 20 minutes later, three Ebens showed up inside this building. One of the Ebens identified himself as a doctor. I stopped the doctor at this point. I told the doctor that the body of my teammate was the property of the United States of America, planet Earth.
The body did not belong to the Ebens, and I did not authorize any experiments on the body of I explained that humans consider a body to be religious. I demanded to see the body. This doctor explained the body was gone and that all the blood and organs were taken out and used to clone other beings.
He called the doctor curse names. I ordered to be quiet. I then told to take out of the building. After five years, we had their language completely translated into English.
The complete debriefing accounts for about three thousand pages. Comment 3 by "Anonymous II": I would prefer you keep my name private. Page 7 But here is my evaluation of the information from "Anonymous. As for the Roswell incident [described by Anonymous in his e-mail]: This was the story I read in the historical document called the "Red Book.
Although there were more details about the crash sites and what was recovered. As for the Exchange Program: I read about it but thought there were 12 men; I don't recall any women.
But that was about all I knew. We did have a special unit that handled their debriefing but USAF positive intelligence was also involved. I was never involved in that program, but I knew other agents who were.
I'd like to contact this source. I have about a million questions to ask! I heard Linda Howe speak about the exchange program some years ago. I always wondered where she got her information. Keep up the excellent work! There were two females, one being a doctor and the other being a linguist. There was a period of darkness, but not total darkness. The Eben planet is located within a solar system of the Zeta Recticular Star System [two 5th-magnitude yellow double stars, similar to our Sun located near the Large Magellanic Cloud].
The planet had two suns but their angles were small and allowed some darkness on the planet depending on one's location. Another bone of contention is that while Zeta Reticuli is indeed a double "binary" star, current astronomical observations show that it is a "distant binary", with the two stars a tenth of a light year apart, some billion miles.
From the perspective of a planet orbiting one of the stars, the second sun would have appeared as just a bright speck in the sky. However, the information presented by Anonymous - in particular that shown in the table on p. Planetary orbits round close binaries do not obey Kepler's Laws, and most are not stable.
However, for some fascinating animations where one can view possible stable orbits round close binary stars, see http: If Serpo exists and its star system is indeed a close binary, then either current astronomical observations are in error or the star system is not Zeta Reticuli at all.
If the latter is true, there are all kinds of plausible reasons for the obfuscation. One such has been suggested as being that the well-known "Greys" - which, interestingly, Anonymous states as being from Alpha Centauri foot of p.
Page 9 The planet was tilted which allowed the northern part of the planet to be cooler. The planet was a little less than Earth's size. Zeta Recticular is approximately 37 light years from us. It took our team, in an Eben craft, nine months to travel the distance. During the trip, each of our team members were frequently dizzy, disoriented and suffered headaches. The craft did not go through any weightlessness during the trip. The craft was very large and allowed the team to exercise.
Once the team arrived on the Eben planet, it took them several months to adjust to the atmosphere. During the adjustment period, they suffered headaches, dizziness and disorientation. The bright suns of the Eben planet also presented problems. Although they had sunglasses, they still suffered from the bright sunlight and the danger of sun exposure.
The radiation levels of the planet was a little higher than that of Earth. They were careful to cover their bodies at all times. The Ebens had no forms of refrigeration, except in industry. The temperature of the planet, at the center portion, stayed between 94 and They did have clouds and rain, but not frequently. At the northern hemisphere of the planet, the temperature dropped to between 55 and 80 degrees.
This was too cool for the Ebens, or at least most. Our team did find Ebens living in the north, but in very small villages. Our team eventually relocated to the north in order to stay cool. The ground transportation used by our team was similar to a helicopter. The power system was a sealed energy device that provided electrical power and lift for the craft. It was very easy to fly and our pilots learned the system within days.
The Ebens did have vehicles, which floated above the ground and did not have any tires or wheels. There were leaders, but no real form of government. There was virtually no crime seen by the team.
They had an army, which also acted as the police force. But no guns or weapons of any type were seen by our team. There were regular meetings within each small community.
There was one large community, which acted as the central point of the civilization. All the industry was at this one large community. There was no money. Page 10 Every Eben was issued what they needed.
No stores, malls or shopping locations. There were central distribution centers where Ebens went to obtain items of needs. All Ebens worked in some capacity. Children were kept very isolated. The only trouble our team members got into was when they attempted to photograph Eben children. The Army politely escorted them away and cautioned them not to do it again.
Here is the pertinent data for your UFO thread list: OTTO Distance: Six Nearest inhabited Named: Ebens use the planet to mine minerals. The Grays, which some people characterize as being like the Ebens, were not. They came from a planet near Alpha Centauri A.
It consists of two yellow and orange stars of magnitudes 0. This is the closest to our Sun , 4. Star distances range from - 77 light years away. Notable interest is Gamma Leon is which is a glorious double star consisting of two golden orange giants of magnitudes 2. They are a genuine binary pair orbiting each other every years or so. It is a close double star which are light years away with an orbital period of 37 years.
It is Although somewhat cooler and fainter than the Sun, it is otherwise similar. The "Red Book" lists nine different visitors. We determined recently that some of the visitors were the same type of race but a "mechanical lifeform. The creatures were more like robots, although they were intelligent and could make decisions.
They might be the "hostile" visitors that some people report. To the best of my knowledge, we have NOT had any visitation since from the Ebens.
I realize it might be a little difficult for you to keep my name confidential with the mounting pressure enormous, but I don't wish to reveal it at this time; perhaps to Richard C Doty in due time as his questions and online demeanor seems to be the most fair, open minded, and his questions posed were the most reasonable as I monitor the online feedback after each new posting.
I also realize your list of quizzical people have numerous probing questions. I'll try to answer them, but you must understand that all of this information is contained in a huge voluminous book. There are literally hundreds of pages of scientific calculations trying to understand Serpo, the orbit, etc. I could not possibly relate all of that information via e-mail.
Our scientists had the same questions, as posed by your audience. Our scientists questioned our team members and the information they gathered. Our scientists could not understand how the orbit of Serpo could revolve around the two suns at the distance measured.
In the end, our scientists found that some things relating to that particular system was different in physics compared to our system. There were some questions about how our team measured the orbit and other calculations based on the lack of a stable time base. For some reason - and I don't think this was ever determined - our time instruments did not work on Serpo.
Now, considering this, you can understand the difficult job our team members had making calculations without time. They had to come up with an alternate method to measure speeds, orbits, etc. Try solving a problem in physics without being able to measure time on Earth!
So you see, our team did the best they could with the instruments they had and the hardships they developed attempting scientific calculations. It is difficult for any Earth-based scientist to understand the different physics in other solar systems or on other planets.
Our team had that information. We had some of the best military scientists on the team. But if you consider Kepler's Law, it requires time and our team could only measure time in the conventional way. It was determined that Kepler's Laws did not apply to that solar system.
Victor Martinez Johannes Kepler was a German astronomer and mathematician, Kepler's discovery of Mars' elliptical orbit led to the publication in of three laws of planetary motion.
States that a planet moves on an elliptical path with the sun at one focus point. States that a planet moves faster when closer to the sun and slower when farther away. Makes it possible to calculate a planet's relative distance from the Sun.
Specifically, the law states that the cube of a planet's average distance from the Sun is equal to the square of the time it takes that planet to complete its orbit. One of the things our Earth-based scientists learned was not to apply Earth's laws of physics in a universal way.
Serpo was estimated to be about three billion years old. The two suns were about five billion years old, but only by estimation. The Eben civilization was estimated to be about 10, years old.
They evolved from another planet, not on Serpo. The original home planet of the Ebens was threatened with extreme volcanic activity. The Ebens had to relocate to Serpo in order to protect their civilization. This occurred some 5, years ago. The Ebens had a great interplanetary battle with another race about 3, years ago. The Ebens lost many thousands in their battle. The Ebens completely eliminated all of their enemies. The Ebens have never fought another war since.
The Ebens have been space travelers for the past 2, years. The Ebens first visited Earth about 2, years ago. Page 15 Why does the Eben population number only about ,? The Ebens have a very stable, structured civilization. Each male has a mate. They are allowed to reproduce in somewhat the same sexual way we do , but are limited to only a specific number of children. Our team never saw a family with more than two children. The Eben civilization was so structured that they planned the birth of each and every child, spacing them apart to allow the proper social grouping of the civilization.
Eben children matured at a super rate, compared to Earth children. Our team watched live births, attended to by an Eben doctor, and then watched the development of the child over a period of time, team member's time.
They matured at an alarming rate. The Ebens had scientists, doctors and technicians. There was one educational facility on the planet. If one was chosen, you attended the facility and learned the job one was best qualified and suited for. Although it was extremely difficult to judge or measure, the team estimated each Eben's IQ to be The Ebens had no single ruler.
There was a "Council of Governors," which the team named. This group controlled every single action on the planet. The members of the council seemed to have been around for a long time. Since Ebens didn't age - or at least our team couldn't detect aging - it was difficult to judge the age of each member.
There were about different villages or living locations for the Ebens. The Ebens only used a small portion of their planet. They did mine minerals in remote areas of the planet and had a large industrial plant in the southern portion of the planet near a body of water. Our team determined this plant had some sort of hydroelectrical operation. The Ebens developed a different type of electrical and propulsion system. It was unknown to our team and I don't think we ever really understood it.
They were able to tap into a vacuum and bring back an enormous amount of energy from that vacuum. Our team's living quarters, which consisted of several small buildings, contained electricity powered by a small box.
This small box supplied all the power our team needed. Ironically, the electrical equipment our team brought on the trip worked using their power source only.
Page 16 Ebens did die. Our team members saw deaths, some from accidents and some from natural causes. The Ebens buried the bodies, similar to our method. Our team saw two air accidents involving their intra-planet flying vehicle. The Ebens worshipped a Supreme Being. It appeared to be some sort of diety relating to the Universe. They conducted daily services, normally at the end of the first work period.
They had a building or church they entered to worship. Our team left Earth in a large Eben spacecraft and flew to Serpo in approximately nine months by our team's measurement of time.
Upon our team's return, they traveled on a newer Eben craft. The time, estimated by our team for the return, was seven months. MJ felt the remaining documents and information not relating to "Project Aquarius" relating to technological facts regarding alien medical matters, the fact that an alien was captured alive and survived three years under secrecy, cannot be released to the public for fear the information would be obtained by SHIS.
There was other information obtained from EBE that was deemed sensitive and not releasable to the public. Notably, "Project Aquarius," Volume IX, which pertains to tracing the alien's first visitation of Earth back some 5, years. EBE reported that 2, years ago, his ancestors planted a human creature on earth to assist the inhabitants of Earth in developing a civilization.
This information was only vague and the exact identity or background information on this homo-sapien was not obtained. Undoubtedly, if this information was released to the public, it would cause a worldwide panic. The release program calls for a gradual release of information over a period of time in order to condition the public for future disclosures.
Attachment 5 of this briefing contains certain guidelines for future public releases. Sometimes the truth is hard to understand, especially by closed minded people.
Please read Einstein's statement made to a German scientific society on May 11, I won't actually quote him, but he said the dumbest people in the world are the scientists who keep their minds closed to new ideas. You are trying to base our scientific understandings on another world. We found a long time ago that that type of thinking blocked progress. We could never have understood the visitor's gifts if we had people like some trying to figure it out.
We had open minded scientists who were able to think beyond the realm of Earth-based science. I'm no scientist, but I know enough to keep an open mind. I cannot vouch for Victor's source's statistics, but I know he must be speaking from knowledge because it is the same knowledge I read years ago.
Just keep an open mind, people. Once you close that mind, you are lost in your own misguided thoughts Page 18 Posting Five by Anonymous 13 November, Thank you for the cooperation you display regarding my information. Your attention to this matter is highly and greatly appreciated. My colleagues and I are discussing several different options regarding the release of this information. First, we must obtain proper sanction from past officials.
The group called MJ - which wasn't really the group that controlled the information - but for the sake of clarity, we'll just call them "MJ Many have died, but we still have a few around. We are asking their approval for release. Next, we must obtain current official sanction. This may be a little more difficult.
Current DIA officials have very little knowledge of this subject matter. However, we will move ahead with our plans. He is in our corner and will support our gradual release plan. The proposal by one of your readers [Bill Hamilton] regarding the Web site is a great idea. With the cooperation of several "co-authors," we might create a Web site and post some information on that site.
Until then, I will continue to provide the official information only through you. This was the passing remark which prompted my own thoughts that I could help out by creating a website to archive all the information. Regarding the Web site. I know we have some hurdles to overcome.
But we have several different options. If Plan A doesn't work, maybe Plan B might. We have discussed everything from an international press conference to a National Press Club news conference. Page 19 We are also considering your suggestion of releasing key pages out of the 3, to you and then your forwarding them around the country to the six key individuals you named in your e-mail: We'll let you know. I will provide some answers to the many questions once I find them.
Remember, I have over 3, pages of to view and another two sizeable volumes of other supplementary data. I've studied the documents and debriefing data. I cannot find answers to everyone's questions, but I did find some answers especially to those posed by UFO thread list member, Bill Ryan.
I expected thoughfulness in the responses, rather than criticism. The information I am providing is coming directly from official documents. But I guess it's difficult for our Earth-based scientists to understand something foreign to them.
The criticism being displayed by your list of scientists doesn't bother me. I'm just stating what the official documents say. As for the scientific calculations, our Earth-based scientists had the same questions. Our home-based scientists questioned the collection methods of the team. But in the end, our home-based scientists figured out that our applied scientific principals did not always work on Planet Serpo.
Once our scientists minds were open, the calculations were made to prove the team's data. Carl Edward Sagan. Initially, he was the biggest skeptic of the group. But as information was slowly analyzed, Dr.
Sagan came back to the middle. I can't say he fully accepted every single piece of data, but he did agree on the final report. Page 20 3 Lively discussions brings out some very interesting questions. Some of which I cannot find answers to. Although our team spent over a decade our time on Serpo and nearby planets, they did not have a laptop computer to enter all data. They had two recorders, who were responsible for writing down the data.
Our team acknowledged that a lot of data was lost or not documented. The Team Members brought several time pieces, e. The time pieces worked, but they had no reference to time since the Eben days were longer, the dusk and dawn periods were longer and they had no calenders to reference. They did use the time pieces to calculate movement, for example, timing the movement of the Eben two suns.
They also calculated the time between work and rest periods. But, after awhile, the team discarded their time pieces and used the Eben's measurement of time periods. The team became confused with the calenders they brought - a year calender.
After 24 months, the team lost track of time, as to the calender since they could not properly calculate days compared to Earth days. They set up one large clock to the earth time when they left. However, this was a battery-controlled clock and when the battery died, the clock stopped and they forgot to change the battery in time. Consequently, they lost the earth time. The team brought a large quantity of batteries, but they ran out after about five years.
The Ebens had no comparable item like batteries. The list goes on and on. But they took about everything they were allowed to take, as to weight.
The Ebens did weigh the equipment taken by our team. The weight limit was 4. As for food, the team took C-Rations, military style. They carefully planned for 10 years. Page 21 6 Another question pertained to the team make up. Why were only two females taken? If one considers the monumental problem associated with picking a team of 12 people, where each person must be totally erased from the military system - no family ties, no spouses and no children - one can see the difficulty that the selection group had.
The selection group picked the best team members from a limited pool of military people. The original selection group picked people. The final 12 were selected from that number. If you consider the psychological, medical and other tests that had to be administered, the final 12 were the best qualified from the original number. Why they chose two females was never written. Apparently, those two females were the best qualified in their individual speciality: Nothing was written about this.
But Earth-based scientists surmised that since the Eben culture consisted of just one species, their advancement excelled and accelerated more rapidly than a civilization that consisted of different species, different languages, etc. Again, the team never found the answer except that many hundreds of thousands of Ebens died in The Great War.
Earth-based social behavior specialists surmised that the Eben civilization was structured to accommodate their own needs. Our team did find limited supplies of commodities on their planet. Large buildings were used to harvest food products. The soil wasn't rich in a lot of minerals. Ebens used a form of organic agriculture to harvest food items. Maybe the Ebens were scared that if they over populated the planet, they couldn't provide for their citizens.
This is only my idea, and not anything written in the official records. Page 22 9 As to the Eben culture: They had a form of musical entertainment. The music sounded like tonal rhythms. They also listened to a type of chanting. The Ebens were dancers. They celebrated certain work periods with a ritual dance. The Ebens would form a circle and dance around, listening to the chanting type of music. The music was played on bells and drums, or something similar to them.
There were no televisions, radio stations or anything like that. The Ebens played a game, something like soccer, but with a larger ball. The object was to kick the ball down a field into a goal. The game had very strange rules and played for long periods of time. They also had another game, mostly played by the children, that consisted of making formations with groups of Ebens. They seemed to really enjoy the game, but our team found little understanding of the game.
Although the Eben civilization had no televisions, radios, etc. This device gave orders to perform a particular task, news of pending events, etc. The device displayed a screen, similar to a television screen but in a 3-D style format. Our team brought back one of these devices. I think today, we could compare it to a palm pilot. Since our team did not have access to scientific microscopes or other measuring equipment, we could not understand the function of the energy device.
But, regardless of the electrical demand, the Eben energy device provided the proper current and wattage. Our Team Members brought back two energy devices for analysis. The other sun was within the two orbits. As I said before, there are hundreds of pages of calculations in the debriefing explaining all of this. Page 23 The debriefing reported that the Team Members who remained, did so voluntarily.
They fell in love with the culture of the Ebens and the planet. They were not ordered to return. Communication with the remaining crew members lasted until about No other communication was received from those Team Members. The two - who died on the Planet Serpo - were placed in coffins and buried. Their bodies were returned to Earth. Most of the Team Members died later of radiation-related illnesses. Our Team Members estimated the war lasted about years, but, again, that is our time.
The war was fought using particle beam weapons, developed by both civilizations. The Ebens eventually were able to destroy the enemy planet, killing the remaining enemy forces. The Ebens did warn us that several other alien races within our galaxy were hostile. The Ebens stay away from those races. The debriefing document never stated the name of the enemy, probably because they no longer existed.
He was an American astronomer, educator and planetary scientist and was the Director of the Laboratory for Planetary Studies at Cornell University. Many thanks.
I do not feel that a dialogue or argument with non-believers would benefit our cause. They have the right to criticize our information, but none of them will ever be involved in the final process. This was a gigantic problem, to say the least. It took our linguist specialists several years to adequately establish a form of communication with the Ebens. A group of Ebens learned to understand English and a few other Earth languages.
This group contained the "Travelers," as our team called them. Our Team Members connected themselves with the Travelers. Although the Team couldn't always understand their responses, the Eben travelers understood our Team, most of the time. During this time period, the only exchange of information was simple. The Ebens, not being able to completely explain something to our team, used a form of sign language by pointing to the object or item they wished to explain and made hand movements.
Our team, two members, eventually grasped that method of communication. However, our Team didn't receive much information from the Ebens during this time period. The Travelers the very few who understood English numbered about 30 did not fully understand all words in our language. Later, the Ebens called our language too complicated and difficult to understand. We eventually determined the Eben Tonal Language to be very complicated and extremely hard to translate.
We were able to record their language and then play it back, listening to each Tonal dialect and each tonal bar. Eventually we crudely translated some of the languge. We started with simple items, for example, the flying object that they used to travel around their planet on. Then things like houses, roads, food, clothing, their suns, their planet, etc. Although we did establish some form of communication, it was crude and not always helpful for our Team when something complicated happened.
Page 25 For example, when our first Team Member died in an accident, it was hard to communicate with the Ebens.
The member died instantly, therefore, no medical care was provided. Our two doctors examined the Member's body and determined the injuries were consistent with an accidental fall. Initially, the Ebens never interfered with our care or offered to provide any of their medical care. He is more aggressive and seems to be the boss, similar to me, as the team commander. The leader has requested many things from us, most of which we have provided.
Ebe1 showed up, and I explained that we wanted the body of Ebe1 told us the body was in storage, and we could not take it. We told Ebe1 that we will take it. The eleven of us walked by the Ebens, numbering six, and walked into the building.
They did not attempt to stop us. Once inside, we could not open any of the containers. We decided to send to our storage area to get some explosives to open the container. Ebe2 showed up with the leader. Ebe2 was extremely polite and asked us to wait. Ebe2 translated that to the leader. There was a long exchange of words between the two. Finally, Ebe2 told us that the leader would like us to go to another location and speak with another Eben, a doctor, about the body of I told Ebe2 that I would leave and here to guard the body.
Again, there was a long, drawn-out exchange of words. Finally, Ebe2 stated that the leader would like all of us to leave this building and go to visit with the doctor. I told Ebe2, no, I would not leave the body of I felt that this was going to be a confrontation.
I told and to go back, obtain our handguns and come back ASAP. I was not going to allow the Ebens to countermand my decisions. When Ebe2 heard this, she told me to wait and placed her hand against my chest. I told her to translate that to the leader. Again, there were several minutes of word exchanges between the two. Ebe2 then stated that the leader would bring the doctor here.
Guns are not needed, we can settle this without guns. About 20 minutes later, three Ebens showed up inside this building.
One of the Ebens identified himself as a doctor. I stopped the doctor at this point. I told the doctor that the body of my teammate was the property of the United States of America, planet Earth. The body did not belong to the Ebens, and I did not authorize any experiments on the body of I explained that humans consider a body to be religious.
I demanded to see the body. This doctor explained the body was gone and that all the blood and organs were taken out and used to clone other beings. He called the doctor curse names. I ordered to be quiet. I then told to take out of the building. I realized this matter could really blossom into a major incident. I could not allow that to happen. There were just eleven of us and we realized that if the Ebens wanted to imprison us or kill us, they could do it very easily. I was not going to allow this incident to advance into something worse.
Ebe2 looked upset. Ebe2 did not want this matter to escalate. I felt sorry for Ebe2. She was trying to mediate the matter. Ebe2 translated. Ebe2 then told me the leader was concerned that we were upset and promised that nothing further would happen. I thanked Ebe2 and had her relay that to the leader. We returned to our huts. Everyone was upset, especially I told each member to calm down. We did not come forty light-years to start a war with the Ebens. A war we could not win.