10 - A Mega-Population Problem Case

Phillip Krapf reports that when he visited the Verdant ship he was told that in the past, Verdants opted for a genetically selective, non-sexual reproduction strategy but later chose to return to sexuality.


A Verdant told Krapf that the reversion to sexuality cost them a significant part of their intellectual ability. If such is the case, then why did they do it? For some strange reason, no single Verdant explained their reasoning. The omission speaks volumes about the larger Verdant outlook.

A closer look at the case suggests that Verdants may have done so in order to outnumber a competing population in their home galaxy. Given recent developments in human astronomy, plus non-IFSP aliens’ comments about Verdant history, we can now construct a scenario for that phase of Verdant history.

Those who briefly studied the website showing our location in the universe will certainly appreciate the following (see these images).


The beautiful, star-studded swirl that we call the Milky Way is part of a group of some 40 galaxies in the local group, which features our galaxy at one end, and the equally inspiring spirals Andromeda and M-33 at the other end. The two Magellenic Clouds and numerous smaller elliptical or irregular galaxies complete the picture.


Moving counter clockwise as seen from above, the nearest galaxy groups (all similar in size to our group) are: Sculptor, Maffei, M-81, and the Canes I group - which billows out into the Virgo supercluster, a relatively modest-sized supercluster, as the universe goes.

The fifth closest galaxy group is Centaurus A, which may hold the answer to why grays and other Verdant-related aliens have abducted many humans.


If, as Krapf reports, the Verdant home galaxy is 14 million light years away, then its most likely location in terms of size and habitability would be the large spiral galaxy M-83 (in the Centaurus A group).


Competing aliens have repeatedly suggested that M-83 (image left) is the Verdant home galaxy. While interacting with the pre-noted human telepathic community, one advanced alien communicated an explicit map in such regard. Another advanced alien remarked that Verdants have prematurely cooked M83 by overusing gravitic technologies on a massive scale.


He suggested that, by doing so, Verdants may have caused certain supernovas in M83 to explode prematurely, thus decimating biological planets. When that last remark was stated, there was a brief exchange between a Verdant and the alleging alien. The allegation stood unchallenged. Again, this was observed by a number of different humans.

Some may ask whether we should trust such aliens' reports. In response, I should note that some of the alien contingents who visit our vicinity are on serious, and in some cases, potentially life-threatening watch for other aliens.


To even be here, in our vicinity tending to such matters from a distance can be risky. No alien wants to be responsible for a Verdant seizure of their technologies, which Verdants reportedly study and sometimes try to copy. For example, a few years ago, a hyper-advanced alien reported a previous Verdant seizure of a Haven alien craft, the hull of which was made of hybridized living materials that allowed it to reconfigure in cold, empty space.

Given that the ecology of our planet and surrounding galaxy groups may be jeopardized by a colonizer's incursion, competing alien sources apparently feel a need to tell the truth about Verdants, now that contacts have begun here. Some alien contingents are so much more advanced than Verdants that they don’t feel threatened. Instead, they seem to tend to Verdants regarding larger ecological alternatives.

Should recent reports prove wrong, however, the next most likely candidate for the Verdant galaxy may be NGC 4945, M83's close neighbor.


NGC-4945 (image right) is a large spiral like M83. Meanwhile, the galaxy that clearly dominates spiral M83's galaxy group is Centaurus A, a much larger elliptical (nearly round) galaxy.


According to astronomers’ data, Centaurus A is the product of a merger between two large galaxies that was completed some 10 million years ago - before the present view, that is. Centaurus A is some 12.4 million light years away from us. Astronomers say the merger may have begun as much as 500 million years ago.


Some suggest that Centaurus A is now a large elliptical galaxy with a dust lane around its perimeter because it absorbed a modest-sized spiral galaxy about the size of our close neighbor galaxy, M33.

Let's continue our scenario about the Verdant home galaxy. For the sake of the argument, let's assume that the Verdant galaxy is M83, as has been repeatedly suggested by alien sources noted above. As such, we may now have enough data to posit an explanation for the Verdants' aggressive population growth. According to Phillip Krapf's reports, Verdants developed advanced gravitic technology some 229,000,000 years ago.


Since other advanced populations probably existed near M83 at the time, Verdants could have copied other aliens’ technology, much as humans copied downed gray alien technology more recently. Their planet’s heavy gravity virtually assured an alien crash, early.

According to astronomers, M83 has a double nucleus - a double center, which suggests that, like our neighbor galaxy Andromeda, M83 has nearly finished merging with a smaller galaxy. Assuming that there were intelligent residents in both merging components, the merger may have spurred Verdants to be more competitive. Verdants may have worried that merging aliens might out-populate Verdants in M83.


That, in turn, may be why Verdants ended their non-sexual status in order to out-populate competitors.

Other pressures may have sped Verdant population growth (numbering 500 trillion, at present, writes Krapf). Beginning as much as 229,000,000 million years ago, Verdants may have seen the pending merger of two nearby galaxies (now combined in the galaxy Centaurus A) as a threat to their domain - for one simple reason.


Some residents of the soon-to-merge galaxies would have scouted M83's stars for future homes because their soon-to-form large elliptical galaxy would be hot and dangerous. Beginning as much as 200 million years ago, an incursion into M83 by refugees fleeing the merger would have alarmed Verdants.


Had encroaching aliens taken unoccupied systems in M83, Verdants would have wondered whether Verdants would control their own fate or face early depletion of their galaxy due to Bearden's Δt, the speeding of time caused by the use of electrogravity (gravitics).


Acting out of fear, Verdants may have been motivated to overpopulate and expand their domain in order to ward off further incursions. Perhaps they saw that Centaurus A refugees might gain footholds in other spirals of the vicinity: the galaxies NGC4945 and E274-01.

Refugees fleeing Centaurus A (image left) would have had good reason to be afraid. Earth astronomers see two huge, cone-shaped jets extending out along the two opposite poles of a super-massive, spinning black hole in the center of Centaurus A, which is now a large elliptical (round-shaped) galaxy.


The merger of two super-massive black holes during a galaxy merger could be one of the most explosive events yet observed in the universe (no human has observed such an event).


The two black holes that merged in Centaurus A more than 10 million years ago probably contained millions of solar masses, so the event was a life-changer.


The central black hole in Centaurus A now contains 55 million solar masses (more than the Milky Way’s central black hole). Given that galaxies deform as they merge, causing some stars to plunge toward hot central regions of the new galaxy, some planets might have been ruined by the supermassive black hole’s polar jets.


If left unshielded, thousands or millions of potentially habitable planets would have been made unlivable. In fact, the Centaurus A merger suggests what may happen on a lesser scale during a future merger of black holes in galaxy M83's double center. *M83 is considered an "active galaxy" because it emits much radio and infrared energy from its central region, perhaps due to its double center.


M83 is known for an unusually high number of supernova explosions.

Let's continue the scenario. According to a NASA report issued several years ago, life is probably “ubiquitous" throughout the universe. Early life forms eventually evolve into higher intelligence in all habitable regions of all habitable galaxies.


Given that the vast majority of visible stars are in galaxy superclusters, it's logical to assume that supercluster social forms and limits on overpopulation should, in theory, prevail across the universe. In the same way that New York and the world's major cities figure in comparison to Waco, Texas, for example, superclusters should be more challenging yet more integrated and urbane than are outlying areas like the Verdant galaxy group.

Of course, the two-cities analogy falls short in illustrating likely differences.


Suffice it to say, Verdants may be an oversized yet relatively backward population (socially, albeit not necessarily technologically - Verdants are highly intelligent).


It’s possible that in some respects, the Verdants failed to accord with Virgo supercluster ecology because they didn't organize collective accommodation of Centaurus A refugees in their galaxy group. Instead, Verdants may have over bred in order to outnumber competitors in M83 and minimize Centaurus A incursions.



* Alternatively, it’s possible that Verdants were used to force some accommodation. However, that seems unlikely, given the greed and arrogance we’ve seen among Verdants, to date.

In one scenario based on direct quotes by more advanced “hyperversal” aliens of our vicinity who say they pre-date humans by billions of years, the Verdants were greedy, self-rationalizing expansionists.


In late 2004, hyper-advanced (“hyperversal”) aliens stated that Verdants embarked on a population blitz due to a struggle for control of the original Verdant galaxy. For example, according to Krapf’s figures quoted by Verdants, Verdants take 9.1 planets for themselves for every 1 occupied by another species in the IFSP.


Worse yet, on average, Verdants are 90,000 times more numerous than the IFSP’s other individual populations, a dangerously unbalanced ratio. It appears that a more advanced population decided to steer Verdants outward as part of a strategy of eco-tensions - in part to give eco offenders reason to moderate, in part to showcase the Verdants as an example of a distorted ecology.


There have been specific remarks to this effect by more advanced “hyperversal” aliens (see later chapter about hyperversals). In a critique of Verdants, a hyperversal alien said that a Verdant-abetting hyperversal alien faction has gone out of its way to find and identify emerging planets for Verdants to target in search of conscripts. After learning of this, I and other humans probed and queried the Verdant-abetting hyperversal aliens, who monitor Verdants closely. They eventually admitted that Verdants have, in fact, been steered toward planets like Earth.

There seems to be a statistical pattern in the given hyperversal aliens’ scheme. They appear to encourage intergalactic interactions, in part to cultivate a better awareness between galaxies, in part to develop a check on offenders like the Verdants. As a result, when the people of a planet like Earth begin to learn about aliens and electrogravity, we quickly gets a sense of intergalactic politics, plus the need for a larger universal ecology.


Apparently, Verdants are also expected to learn by their encounter with humans, a lesson that seems to proceed but one world (or galaxy) at a time. Suffice it to say, manipulated planet kills can have long-term political and other consequences.

In short, there appears to be some validity in both of the Verdant expansion scenarios above. Judging by all reports, millions of years ago Verdants decided to outnumber their local competitors. On March 8, 2007 a hyper-advanced alien said that Verdants struggled with two other large populations in the Verdant home galaxy.


The Verdant strategy in the struggle was to expand outward, and, at the same time, do genetic infiltration and takeover/hegemony schemes targeting other populations. In order to do so, Verdants had to develop a large library of genetic and biological trade specimens, which proved useful in approaching, copying, infiltrating and managing various populations.


The same hyper-advanced alien said (re Verdants),

“They still use the same… outward slant.”

In other words, if that’s true, Verdants worked on two other mega-populations, plus a number of smaller target planets as part of their outward move.

Such strategy set the model for Verdants’ use of direct human operatives here, on Earth, as part of an IFSP intervention. In other words, an ancient Verdant dispute with two other large populations reportedly bred a crisis regime in Verdant society. Although that crisis should have ended long ago, Verdants continue to expand, perhaps because they find it profitable.


By provoking conflicts in order to weaken other societies, Verdants perpetuate their crisis regime and extend it into places where it probably isn’t warranted. This suggests that Verdant/IFSP expansion strategy was founded on conflict, excess, and specious rationalization. Regimes of the sort are rarely democratic, nor do they allow freedom of information.


Instead, they tend to be predatory and opportunistic.

Fateful ironies would have followed. Overpopulation leads to greater needs: career pressures, resource grabs, and the wayward impulses of those who want to participate in exotic foreign adventures. According to Phillip Krapf's remarkable journals, Verdants are sexuals prone to territoriality and the sometimes clouded judgment that sexuality engenders. In that respect, as in most others, we see a subtler shading than is noted in humans.


Nonetheless, we can assume that some in the Verdant bureaucracy suffer neurotic pitfalls that surround the circus-like manipulation of other, off-world peoples. Due to the internal preoccupations of their far-flung government, in times of crisis Verdant crews will be pressured to conform to a colonial paradigm. As sometimes hap-pens in intelligent sub-cultures, the sexually-related weaknesses of the Verdant elite can be flipped, in a sense, and regarded as positive attributes, rather than impulsive failings.

As a result, a typical Verdant may regard humans as minor neophytes from a backward planet and think that Verdants are perfectly right to intervene here because Verdants are more knowledgeable.


After all, Verdants engage in a vastly larger endeavor. Judging by many human reports, Verdant IFSP propaganda says that humans need to be “saved” from the ravages of our lesser nature before planet Earth is ruined. However, few Verdants will confess that part of the breeding program seeks to infiltrate and gain control over vital human sectors. In Krapf’s books, Verdants admit having done that to other planets, and competing aliens allege that Verdants are doing it here, also.

So, how do Verdants rationalize their aggressive strategy millions of years after their home galaxy power struggles?


Without realizing it, Verdants sometimes communicate their internal assumptions about their qualification to administer others' affairs, along with messages about a culture of fear surrounding their bureaucracy’s challenges to any Verdant's competency.


Within their vast colonial hierarchy, such challenges are de rigueur because Verdants often supervise younger, less technologically advanced aliens from non-Verdant planets. To stay on top, Verdants must be coldly manipulative, especially during an intervention. In numerous disputes with Verdants, I've noted this pattern repeatedly. For example, when intruded upon personally or when I note that humans are being violated, I sometimes probe and remotely test an entire Verdant crew for details of their past and present intentions here.


This is done in flash-like bursts across a larger configuration space (not in the sense of visible bursts) because it's a hyper-dynamic involving the negative cycle outlined in previous pages.

Sometimes, in response, lesser crewmembers try to demonstrate their skill at diverting me from identifying a Verdant overseer, all the while resonating in slightly masculinized, subcultural terms. Their version of masculinized resonance is less rough-edged and more intelligent than what one might expect among contained-craft humans, but it occurs fairly often and has been noted by a number of human observers.


Sometimes I encounter non-sexual aliens whose intermediaries verge on masculinized characterizations.

For example, there’s a hyper-advanced population of larger circulation that has been called the “three ellipticals” faction, which, along with hybrid intermediaries, tends to the Verdant case in a variety of ways.



* More about the “three ellipticals” subculture and other “hyperversal” aliens in a following chapter.

Speaking for myself, having long been identified as critical of Verdant-gray intentions here, I've endured thousands of hours of mostly uninvited and passive remote interactions with IFSP related aliens.


However, some of it has been threatening and, at times, has been tangentially framed in terms of a Verdant connection to one leading US military-industrial family (formerly French monarchists named Biderman and Du Pont) in part known for its ties to organized crime plus a previous family affinity for fascism.


The family has a leading role in what is known as the anti-alien black budget "Cabal," ironically - which suggests an attempt to play both sides of the fence off of each other for advantage. Other hyper-advanced aliens have repeatedly pointed out that part of the family (the formerly Swiss branch: Biderman) was "direct" Verdant operative, possibly a result of the breeding program.


The news caused quite a stir, here, among the human community because it corroborated a long-running pattern of thinly veiled verbal threats to humans, a strategy of tensions that such aliens have pursued for years to the chagrin of a growing host of humans. As a result, there have been sustained, finely networked efforts to probe the suspects in such regard. The results have been disturbing, frankly.

As is reported in following chapters, hyper-advanced non-IFSP aliens who criticize Verdant overkill have repeatedly reported that the IFSP has a number of “direct operatives” on this planet, one of whom is reportedly in “the Biderman part of the Du Pont family” - the largest, perhaps most reactionary arms manufacturer in the United States with a long history of supporting death squads and underworld finance.


Another, perhaps more important reported “direct operative” is a noted French financier named “Rothschild,” whose family first appeared on a major scale by funding both Napoleon’s adventures and his British opponents.

In his latest book, Hidden Truth, CSETI head Dr. Steven Greer mentions Rothschild’s role in a black budget cabal that controls alien-related programs in the West.


Greer writes:

“There are extremely well-connected people who are on the inside (of the covert control group that runs US alien-related programs) and who want to see disclosure, but they’re terrified of the rogue, violent group... A former head of Army intelligence - a member of that group - had offered me a board seat in ’92.”

Soon, Greer got “an invitation from a group of rogue insiders” to meet with them in the Wrigley (chewing gum) mansion in Phoenix.


While there, a man in the control group took Greer out onto a balcony and told him, “You know, we understand you’ve had this meeting with the CIA Director and are providing information to the President (Clinton), but you need to know that those people don’t know anything, and they’re never going to know anything.”

Greer declined when the man offered him large sums of cash if Greer would allow them to rein in CSETI’s efforts.


When Greer said he was going to Europe to meet with people connected to the British royal family, the man said,

“It just so happens that I’m going to be over there meeting with the Rothschilds and the people who control the Volvo Corporation and some of the other big industrial concerns, because they’re working with us.”

The man said that Max Rabb, a leader of the Rockefeller-dominated Council on Foreign Relations, was working with him, as was Mr. Peterson, the head of the CFR, and Peterson’s wife who headed the Rockefeller-dominated Trilateral Commission.


Greer describes the Phoenix contact group as,

“the largest Mafiosi and organized crime enterprise on the planet.”

(Hidden Truth, p. 118-121).

A senior Science Applications International Corporation executive told Dr. Greer that in order to support alien-related projects and black budget programs,

“there was an army of 8000 men who did nothing but import drugs under the cover of classified, need-to-know programs. He stated that of the 8000 men involved (as of 1997 when we spoke of this) that 2000 of them had been killed for sometimes minor infractions of security.”

(2001 Greer, p. 268)

At first glance, reports about “direct operatives” of the IFSP high in the human economy may sound strange, yet given the IFSP’s larger long-term strategy, we should expect to see highly-placed direct human operatives.


From the Verdant perspective they would be useful and could help to assure that long-term IFSP mobilizations (and abductions for breeding purposes) achieve a desired goal. Earth wouldn’t be the first case of the sort.


One Verdant told Krapf that the Verdant IFSP inserted direct operatives high into the social line-up on at least two other planets.

* Those familiar with US history will recall that the Bush family has long been a willing, if not obedient, part of the Du Pont-Dulles faction of the CIA, perhaps the most corrupt of factions. Advanced non-IFSP aliens have gone so far as to state that George Bush Sr. is also, in some way, a “direct operative” of the IFSP, as weird as that may sound to some readers. The point has been stated repeatedly and with emphasis, so it may be important.


The subject was later probed by a broad but discreet network of humans, with deeply disturbing results. I’ll explain how this is done, in later pages. Having done graduate study in US history, and having worked as an investigative reporter, I wouldn’t report the quotes unless they were: a) repeated numerous times so that a variety of humans could pick up on them, and b) were later investigated to check for direct personal indications letslip by Bush Sr., himself (this was done through careful setup of circumstances that apparently came to his attention, which allowed for such to be teased out).

Former US intelligence operative and whistleblower, Cathy O’Brien, reports that at Bohemian Grove she witnessed Bush Sr. tell Dick Cheney about a plan to spread HIV to get rid of “undesirables.”


Bush reportedly said,

“We’ll annihilate the niggers at their source, beginning in South and East Africa and Haiti.”

It helps to remember that Bush’s father Prescott was instrumental in the finance of Fritz Thyssen, who gave Hitler’s Nazis their biggest donations from the 1920’s onward. In other words, Bush has a racist family background.


Bush reportedly spoke glowingly of his teacher, Alan Sides PhD, who used to lecture Bush’s prep school class about the virtues of fascism.


Cathy O’Brien also reports that while discussing genetic engineering, human cloning, and the ruin of earth’s resources for profit with Bush, Dick Cheney said no one would be able to think to stop technology’s plan.


Bush replied,

“I’ll destroy the planet first.”

(Access Denied - For Reasons of National Security, p. 168)

That could be a first-of-a-kind threat against this planet by a reported IFSP direct operative.


The same advanced aliens also mentioned an IFSP direct operative named “Gold” (or Gold-something), apparently a Jewish financial figure in New York City. Later indications were that it’s Goldman (owner of Goldman Sachs).


The following persons were also reported to be IFSP “direct operatives”:

  • some in the royal Saud family

  • some Dutch royals (they co-own Royal Dutch Shell with Rothschilds)

  • Benjamin Netanyahu

  • Gen. Hugh Shelton (chairman of the US joint chiefs before and during 9-11)

If those quotes are correct, it would appear that Verdants have a multi-fold strategy for manipulating the human situation, at present.


They may be more ruthless than we might expect. That attitude may be important to remember when we discuss how the grays’ original planet was ruined.

Generally speaking, Verdants appear to have a foreign policy that places their empire-of-sorts at the center of their consideration, from which other concerns are imagined to radiate outward.


Some Verdants seem to have been spoiled by the luxury of distant travels, the option to live and work on thousands of planets, plus the chance to study and manipulate lesser populations up-close. I've detected a subdued but droning kind of lust for sexual adventure among the most coldly dysfunctional old stalwarts. It’s possible that some of the worst cases of the sort are sent to work on the most distant, primitive planets targeted for colonization - like Earth, for example.

After years of working in such places, some old Verdants become almost hopelessly corrupted. Imagine what they go through: first they must breed an obedient surrogate population to help tend to and mix with the peoples of the target planet. Such projects involve the inculcation of primitive belief systems, delusional constructs prone to schizophrenic pitfalls.


Wars are influenced toward an eventually pro-IFSP outcome. IFSP operatives must be positioned to gain influence over organized crime structures on the target planet, and breeding program operatives must be placed so that they control the maximum amount of money and resources without being exposed for their loyalty to a Verdant colonial scheme. To some readers this surely sounds strange: corrupt aliens. To those who know the history of colonialism, it should come as no surprise.


Humans aren’t the only kind who can do wrong.

In the end, Verdants who tend to colonial targets can, themselves, be casualties because they become too dangerous to return to more psychologically refined postings elsewhere. Some are relegated to relatively barren outposts like a planet that Phillip Krapf's Verdant contact described, a Verdant way station here in the Milky Way.

Ultimately, we must ask, how can Verdants maintain so large yet isolated a string of planets? How do they prevent the peoples of such planets from assimilating with their neighbors? Stark differences between crude Verdant colonial operatives and other, more finely-cultured Verdant specialists suggest that, like militaristic governments on Earth, Verdants have devised a stifled, if not infantile kind of citizenship.


To publish ugly details about their most aggressive foreign policy failures would loosen the cohesion of the larger empire. So, presumably, they glaze the cake - they overwhelm the Verdant citizenry with more positive news and scientific reports about their many planets.

The patronizing attitudes of Verdant crewmembers I've encountered speak volumes in this regard. I’ve seen Verdants who will directly and intrusively impinge on any human, regardless of stature, i.e. the long-running Verdant/“three ellipticals” aliens’ pattern of thinly-veiled threats noted above, which became cause for concern among human officials.


At one time, pre-emptive impulses of the sort might have helped Verdants maintain their independence in the face of a challenge. However, that was during a relatively primitive age, compared to the current inter-alien context. In a sense, humans are lucky to have developed under safer circumstances.

In the end, like the human disaster of WWII, galaxy mergers in M83 and Centaurus A would have contributed to a burgeoning Verdant security apparatus that ultimately defeated its own original purpose (preservation of the long-term ecology).


Worse yet, in order to maintain their hold on non-Verdant conscript planets, Verdants would have to surround such planets with an overbearing trade and techno-defense structure in order to cut them off from neighbors with whom they might otherwise affiliate, then stray. That may be why Verdants and grays have reportedly developed limited human-hybrid offshoot colonies on several planets near our solar system.


Ultimately, to proceed with such efforts would be costly and would tempt Verdants to mine the vicinity’s resources in order to profit by the interaction. Of course, that may be their prime intention.

Unlike what happened in the Verdant case, better-managed galaxy mergers will hasten mixed alien integration and will refine advanced technologies, while placing a limit on population growth. Indeed, some newly merged elliptical galaxies may be exemplary in this regard. By reducing their populations in advance then jointly sharing a merged galaxy, they can set a higher standard.

Meanwhile, the coalescence of M-83’s double nucleus is long past and the Centaurus A merger crisis was more than 10 million years ago, yet Verdants haven't managed to correct their specious impulses.


What single voice, what given Verdant planet would be sufficient to change the expansionist policy of so large and unwieldy a population?

None, of course. The most likely solution would be a collective security arrangement between all of the galaxy groups that surround the Verdant home group, an arrangement that should eventually include us. Further chance for reform of the Verdant empire may lie in a coalition of disparate, non-Verdant planets who try to democratize the Verdant-dominated “federation” from within, even if they are a minority.


There are more advanced possibilities, including a largely veiled intervention of hyper-advanced populations who greatly exceed Verdants.

In my own experience, Verdant males have figured in coldly detached manipulations that take advantage of human misconceptions. Meanwhile, Verdant females, like human females, seem to be better adjusted than their male counterparts. Were Verdant females to control their government, it would probably be more ecological.


Nonetheless, in a lighter moment, one hyper-advanced (non-IFSP) alien remarked that Verdant females are characterized by an unusual "presence" of mind - a tongue-in-cheek criticism of the more immediate, stimulus-seeking awareness that sexuality engenders.

Like Michael Moore's argument that the United States is really a progressive people waiting to prevail (64% female and non-white), most of the universe is probably either female or non-sexual, which should help to tilt the scales toward larger, nonviolent interactions.

The Verdant case underscores the difference between sexuals and non-sexuals, the problems that can arise among populations who fail to control their growth. Indeed, we now hear competing aliens' critiques of the Verdants stated in precisely such terms. Milky Way aliens should be concerned: the Verdant incursion here is neither a legitimate case of need, nor does it appear to be tightly consistent with supercluster ecology.


Instead, it has been cited as a security risk to this galaxy, which brings us back to planet Earth, where abductions continue.

To place the Verdants in context, it helps to remember that Verdants reportedly number 500 trillion individuals, in total. In the year 2000, one hyper-advanced alien reported here that the largest single population native to the Milky Way numbers "38 trillion" individuals.


Assuming such numbers (essentially the only ones that we have, to date), the largest reported mega-population in the Milky Way would occupy some ten or thirteen thousand planets, if the Verdants’ ratio of aliens per planet holds true here, also. In addition, we can assume that at least some more advanced “hyperversal” aliens (part of a universal network of various hyperversals) reside in or near the Milky Way.


They may interact with, and at least partly constitute, every major galaxy’s largest coalitions. As such, the Milky Way would more closely approximate a desired universal ecology.


The Kepler satellite find of a probable tens of billions of Earth-size planets in the Milky Way poses the near certainty that there are numerous, different varieties of aliens in this galaxy and in neighboring galaxies who are older, more evolved and less invasive than are Verdants (which is probably why they aren’t here, trying to colonize us, being more civilized).

Reckless population growth like that of Verdants (reportedly 13 times more numerous than the largest Milky Way population) would be destabilizing. Moreover, if Krapf's figures are correct, Verdants take 9.1 planets for themselves for every new member planet that joins them, a dangerously skewed and undemocratic ratio.


In late May 2004, one hyper-advanced alien mentioned that a neighboring population of hyperversal aliens (referred to herein as the “three ellipticals” faction) is either a 1.3 factor as numerous as the Verdants, or 1.3 x 10n times the number of Verdants (could be less than the Verdants) - -the quote was so fleeting, although resonated variously later, that it should be regarded as tenuous.


Judging by the character of the “three ellipticals” hyperversals we’ve seen, they would probably pose the highest number they can rationalize and might act as though some non-affiliated hyperversals are part of their number. In other words, there may be more to the story.



* A later chapter discusses the “three ellipticals” faction and other “hyperversals.”

Over time, Verdants could tax the resources of their home galaxy, which may be why they now spill out in search of other galaxies' raw materials.


Worse yet, Verdants may want to speed the Δt energy clock on other galaxies and shorten their duration rather than deplete the Verdant galaxy’s energy lifetime.


Phillip Krapf quotes one Verdant who said Verdants have tentatively occupied at least one planet in the Milky Way.


He later quoted a human “ambassador” who says Verdants occupy at least two Milky Way planets, which suggests that, in part, Verdants seek human affiliation in order to rubber stamp their expansionist policy. Human capitulation to such a scheme could put us at odds with native Milky Way and neighboring aliens, if not cut us off altogether.


Why is that?

Consider the following.   


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