Difference between revisions of "Is there an inhabited planet within 5 light-years of Earth?"

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Yes there is! It's called [[Akart]] and you can read about them in [[Contact Report 035]]. The ''Akartans'' have been coming here to gather food for quite a while already.
 
Yes there is! It's called [[Akart]] and you can read about them in [[Contact Report 035]]. The ''Akartans'' have been coming here to gather food for quite a while already.
  
Their planet is massively overpopulated with over 23 billion humans which is probably how planet [[Earth]] will seem in about 100 years if we continue on our current path to "go forth and multiply".
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Their planet is massively overpopulated with over 23 billion humans which is probably how planet [[Earth]] will seem in about 100 years if we continue on our current path to "go forth and multiply".<ref>[http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/Contact_Report_35 Contact Report 35].</ref>
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[[Akart]] exists in the same [[space-time configuration]] as that in which the Plejaren live and does not exist in the [[space-time configuration]] of our [[Earth]]. The Akartans possessed time-barrier technology in order to enter our [[space-time configuration]].<ref>[http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/Contact_Report_476 Contact Report 476, Ptaah: 74-75].</ref>
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== References ==
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Revision as of 15:22, 3 October 2013

Yes there is! It's called Akart and you can read about them in Contact Report 035. The Akartans have been coming here to gather food for quite a while already.

Their planet is massively overpopulated with over 23 billion humans which is probably how planet Earth will seem in about 100 years if we continue on our current path to "go forth and multiply".[1]

Akart exists in the same space-time configuration as that in which the Plejaren live and does not exist in the space-time configuration of our Earth. The Akartans possessed time-barrier technology in order to enter our space-time configuration.[2]

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