(MATILDA O'DONNELL MACELROY PERSONAL NOTE)
"I think the following transcript is pretty much self-explanatory."
(OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT OF INTERVIEW)
Official Transcript of the U.S. Army Air Force Roswell Army Air
Field, 50 9th Bomb Group
SUBJECT: ALIEN INTERVIEW, 30. 7. 1947, 1st
Immortal Spiritual Beings, which I refer to as "IS-BEs", for the
sake of convenience, are the source and creators of illusions. Each
one, individually and collectively, in their original, unfettered
state of being, are an eternal, all-powerful, all-knowing entity.
IS-BEs create space by imagining a location. The intervening
distance between themselves and the imagined location is what we
call space. An IS-BE can perceive the space and objects created by
IS-BEs are not physical universe entities. They are a source of
energy and illusion. IS-BEs are not located in space or time, but
can create space, place particles in space, create energy, and shape
particles into various forms, cause the motion of forms, and animate
forms. Any form that is animated by an IS-BE is called life.
An IS-BE can decide to agree that they are located in space or time,
and that they, themselves, are an object, or any other manner of
illusion created by themselves or another or other IS-BEs.
The disadvantage of creating an illusion is that an illusion must be
continually created. If not continually created, it disappears.
of an illusion requires incessant attention to every detail of the
illusion in order to sustain it.
A common denominator of IS-BEs seems to be the desire to avoid
boredom. A spirit only, without interaction with other IS-BEs, and
the unpredictable motion, drama, and unanticipated intentions and
illusions being created by other IS-BEs, is easily bored.
What if you could imagine anything, perceive everything, and cause
anything to happen, at will? What if you couldn't do anything else?
What if you always knew the outcome of every game and the answer to
every question? Would you get bored?
The entire back time track of IS-BEs is immeasurable, nearly
infinite in terms of physical universe time. There is no measurable
"beginning" or "end" for an IS-BE. They simply exist in an
Another common denominator of IS-BEs is that admiration of one's own
illusions by others is very desirable. If the desired admiration is
not forthcoming, the IS-BE will keep creating the illusion in an
attempt to get admiration. One could say that the entire physical
universe is made of unadmired illusions.
The origins of this universe began with the creation of individual,
illusionary spaces. These were the "home" of the IS-BE. Sometimes a
universe is a collaborative creation of illusions by two or more IS-BEs.
A proliferation of IS-BEs, and the universes they create, sometimes
collide or become commingled or merge to an extent that many IS-BEs
shared in the co-creation of a universe.
IS-BEs diminish their ability in order to have a game to play. IS-BEs
think that any game is better than no game. They will endure pain,
suffering, stupidity, privation, and all manner of unnecessary and
undesirable conditions, just to play a game. Pretending that one
does not know all, see all and cause all, is a way to create the
conditions necessary for playing a game: unknowns, freedoms,
barriers and/or opponents and goals. Ultimately, playing a game
solves the problem of boredom.
In this fashion, all of the space, galaxies, suns, planets, and
physical phenomena of this universe, including life forms, places,
and events that have been created by IS-BEs and sustained by mutual
agreement that these things exist.
There are as many universes as there are IS-BEs to imagine, build
and perceive them, each existing concurrently within its own
continuum. 226 (Footnote) Each universe is created using its own,
unique set of rules, as imagined, altered, preserved or destroyed by
one or more IS-BEs who created it. Time, energy, objects and space,
as defined in terms of the physical universe, may or may not exist
in other universes. The Domain exists in such a universe, as well as
in the physical universe.
One of the rules of the physical universe is that energy can be
created, but not destroyed. So, the universe will keep expanding as
long as IS-BEs keep adding more new energy into it. It is nearly
infinite. It is like an automobile assembly line that never stops
running and none of the cars are ever destroyed.
Every IS-BE is basically good. Therefore, an IS-BE does not enjoy
doing things to other IS-BEs which they themselves do not want to
experience. For an IS-BE there is no inherent standard for what is
good or bad, right or wrong, ugly or beautiful. These ideas are all
based on the opinion of each individual IS-BE.
The closest concept that human beings have to describe an IS-BE is
as a god: all-knowing, all-powerful, infinite. So, how does a god
stop being a god? They pretend NOT to know. How can you play a game
of "hide and seek" if you always know where the other person is
You pretend NOT to know where the other players are hiding, so you
can go off to "seek" them. This is how games are created. You have
forgotten that you are just "pretending". In so doing, IS-BEs become
entrapped and enslaved inside a maze of their own devising.
How does one create a cage, lock one's own self inside the cage,
throw away the key, and forget there is a key or a cage, and forget
there is an "inside" or "outside", and even forget there is a self?
Create the illusion
On Earth, the propaganda taught and agreed upon is that the gods are
responsible, and that human beings are not responsible. You are
taught that only a god can create universes. So, the responsibility
for every action is assigned to another IS-BE or god. Never oneself.
No human being ever assumes personal responsibility for the fact
that they, themselves - individually and collectively - are gods.
This fact alone is the source of entrapment for every IS-BE.
226 " There are as many universes as
there are IS-BEs to imagine and perceive them, existing
concurrently within it's own continuum."
multiverse (or meta-universe) is the hypothetical set of
multiple possible universes (including our universe) that
together comprise all of reality.
The different universes within the
multiverse are sometimes called parallel universes. The
structure of the multiverse, the nature of each universe within
it and the relationship between the various constituent
universes, depend on the specific multiverse hypothesis
Multiverses have been hypothesized in cosmology, physics,
astronomy, philosophy, theology, and fiction, particularly in
science fiction and fantasy.
The specific term "multiverse," which was coined by William
James, was popularized by science fiction author Michael
Moorcock. In these contexts, parallel universes are also called
"alternative universes," "quantum universes," "parallel worlds,"
"alternate realities," "alternative timelines," etc.
A multiverse of a somewhat different kind has been envisaged
within the 11-dimensional extension of string theory known as
M-theory. In M-theory our universe and others are created by
collisions between membranes in an 11-dimensional space. This is
unlike the universes in the "quantum multiverse".
The string landscape theory asserts that a different universe
exists for each of the very large ensemble of solutions
generated when ten dimensional string theory is reduced to the
four-dimensional low-energy world we see.
"A common feature of all four multiverse levels is that the
simplest and arguably most elegant theory involves parallel
universes by default. To deny the existence of those universes,
one needs to complicate the theory by adding experimentally
unsupported processes and ad hoc postulates: finite space, wave
function collapse and ontological asymmetry. Our judgment
therefore comes down to which we find more wasteful and
inelegant: many worlds or many words."