Talk:Semjase's Letter

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Markvd said ...

Spirits searching for planets, very interesting. I think they said there are 50 billion souls in our region not exactly sure but that sounds like a lot of misguided folks. Time to awaken and find our way back to truth. :) If that number is correct that means that we are severely underdeveloped mentally in our consciousness until materialism and greed make way for reason. Until that day where no man can be bought with a price tag shall we break our shackles.

--Markvd 19:45, 15 October 2011 (BST)

Sanjin said ...

Hmm, the first sentence here should be:

Quite unacquainted with your script, I exert myself (try hard) to...

--Sanjin 20:44, 15 October 2011 (BST)

Zameen said ...


--Zameen 06:17, 16 October 2011 (BST)

Sanjin said ...

I'm not quite sure how to contact the translator, but there is something here which really should be corrected.

The German word Ordnung has nothing to do with "giving orders, i.e. commanding people to do things". Instead, the word has the meaning when something is in good order, as in a good arrangement or orderliness, free from disorder.

As far as I know, the Plejaren have never given any orders, but merely recommendations and advice.

--Sanjin 19:56, 17 October 2011 (BST)

Markvd said ...

That sounds better giving orders sounds more like a dictatorship rather than a democracy. :) A lot of universal remote controlling folks on my planet Earth. Damn

--Markvd 20:05, 17 October 2011 (BST)

Ted Denmark said ...

Semjase’s Letter noted in Contact 31

as originally translated by Philip McAiney [and interpreted and rewritten by Ted Denmark]

With your still somewhat unfamiliar language, it is not so easy for me to write even a short note to you as your dear friend wishes me to do … but I will say: Trust in our words and teachings because even though they appear strange to you, they contain in themselves the deepest truth that, unfortunately in all your existing scriptures from long ago, have become falsified and misunderstood in today's world and with great effort must now become newly recast and circulated. From the standpoint of the existing false teachings, however, these truths appear novel and strange, and also seem to make use of too harsh words to project them forth to their mark.

Yet, the truth must break through, and you should all help it towards victory. See that neither misplaced work nor effort brings down the cornerstones set in place for victory. Fulfill your Mission, trust in us and our common, great and wise friend who, out of all of us, has the most difficult mission to fulfill. Stand by him always and give him the best possible help, as alone by himself the burden would be too great ...

Speaking for all of us, I give you great thanks, including recognition for your earlier efforts, even if everything was not always exactly followed according to our preferences. Take care in the future, however, to try to follow our instructions more mindfully and try not to feel resentful with errant thoughts that we can only allow contact from our side with our same mutual friend.

In love I offer you my greetings,


--Ted Denmark 08:02, 19 October 2011 (BST)

BraveKnight said ...

Beautifully written in truth and love. I would think most human beings who exist on Earth would get a grip on reality at some point in their life. However that has, unfortunately,not been the case. One's experiences comprise of 1oo% of everything they do in their lives. When one troubles his or her self to comprehend the meaning of life by using basic common sense in a logical, rational manner which is not absent in the recognition of truthful knowledge, that our experiences of and in reality comprise of 100% of everything we endeavor consciously, therefore the experiences of what we perceive is truth that provides one with knowledge. Thus, I can argue that consciousness exists solely to acquire knowledge. I guess a great portion of the problems people face lies in their processes of non-thinking which is encouraged by their arrogant, illogical beliefs.

--BraveKnight 16:42, 2 November 2011 (UTC)