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There have been many references to the Council by various Aliens. As far as I have been able to ascertain, the Council is a corporation of many planets and represents the highest authority over Alien research teams on Earth. Observers and supervisors have been sent by the Council to my and Chayaís healing clinics and our medical teams report to them regularly. I decided the subject was worth some investigation. On the 28th of July, 1997, I contacted the Telepathic Communications Center by channeling.
An original report by Adrian Dvir, ISRAEL.
Contact to the Alien Communications Center. Itís Adrian here. Do you read me?
|Center:||We read you loud and clear. What would you like to ask?|
|Adrian:||I thought I would include material about the Council in my book. Could you describe the Council to me? What are its objectives and its organizational structure; what historical factors led to its establishment; and any other relevant material.|
|Center:||Weíve already sent you material on the subject.|
|Adrian:||Yes, but that was received verbally. I donít have it written down. Iíll summarize it later. Could you give me a historic review, or is it privileged information?|
No, itís not privileged information. Itís a good idea to write about the Council and the reasons for its establishment. Wait please, weíll organize a package of information for you.
The Council was established at the dawn of history in order to solve the problems involved in encounters between alien cultures. The role of the Council is to solve problems between alien civilizations.
The first Council was established through the cooperative efforts of two ancient civilizations that discovered and acknowledged each otherís existence. The aim of the first Council was to enable the civilizations to live side by side and to solve conflicts that arose between them. Gradually, as other civilizations were discovered, they each joined the Council. Today the Council incorporates fifty-five different civilizations. A civilization is defined as a culture, or life form, whether it involves one small planet or a whole huge galaxy populated with life forms that have more in common than not.
The aims of the first Council are maintained to this day, although their complexity and spheres of activity have greatly expanded. The Councilís activities are sponsored by its member civilizations. The Council sponsors different bodies that are responsible for joint activities of all the civilizations. Today, the Council is an enormous organization with a tremendous range of activities in every aspect of life involved with needs and conditions of existence and pure research.
Every civilization has a body that represents it on the Council. Important decisions are reached through democratic election with the participation of most member civilizations. But such decisions are few and far between. Most of the every-day decisions are taken by professional bodies that the Council employs. The Council is an enormous body both in terms of its size and its activities. Many civilizations have handed over a large number of their research projects to the Councilís administration. Pooling all the resources of all the civilizations allows for more effective and accelerated progress as compared with a situation in which each planet operates alone.
|Adrian:||How does a new civilization join the Council?|
There are several types of developing civilizations. There are primary civilizations, meaning life developed on the planet totally independently. And there are civilizations resulting from settlement of a planet by life forms originating from elsewhere. Settlement civilizations present no problems in terms of joining the Council since they are already well aware of the existence of life forms other than themselves. With primary civilizations, there is a problem that repeats itself. The Earth is a special case primary civilization. The Earth developed life independently, but there was intervention from outside elements more than once during its history. The aims of this intervention were to accelerate the development of a local race of intelligent life forms that would be capable of organizing its own civilization. Without this intervention, Earth would still be undeveloped and perhaps you would be sitting in a tree and eating bananas.
The Councilís aims regarding Earth are to develop an intelligent life form with a wise life-style and a local civilization on a level that will allow it to take its place among other civilizations on the Council. The Council, first and foremost, acts for the greatest good for all. A primary civilization always undergoes a ďcrisis of adolescenceĒ when it discovers it is not the only civilization in the universe. It is a critical stage in its development. It is typically accompanied by cultural and national revolutions. The encounter with alien civilizations can lead to disaster such as mutual exposure to infection and disease, or mass hysteria based on fear of the unknown. It is the Councilís aim to prevent such tragedies in the adolescent stage of a new civilization. For this reason, the culture is studied from all possible aspects, in order to help it achieve maturity with fewer traumas and less pain. Learning about your biological systems and your diseases is part of the effort to prevent epidemics resulting from an encounter between different life forms.
The Council tries to preserve and protect life forms in their natural state. In the eyes of the Council, every type of life form is precious. It is the task of the Council to protect its members against hostile alien or unknown elements that can pose a threat. In other words, one of the responsibilities of the Council is defense. The Earth is under the protection of the Council. For this reason, there has not been an invasion of the Earth by other life forms. We donít want to frighten you, but such an event could occur. There are many strange civilizations in the universe that are not members of the Council. We are also aware of the existence of other Councils and similar organizations. There is relative peace in your region of the cosmos. But it wasnít always so.
The Council is concerned with the welfare of all the residents of member civilizations. The areas of responsibility and activities are extremely varied Ė starting with dealing with problems of survival and up to matters of pure research. Despite the unity of the Council, every planet maintains its right to define for itself the type of relations it conducts with the Council and with other life forms. Some civilizations have quite open agreements with the Council, and some have very limited relations. Itís all arranged through mutual consent and in accordance with the local culture and customs of each civilization.
We want you to understand that everything the Council does, is done with your best interests in mind. We would like, as far as possible, to avoid the holocaust of adolescence on Earth. We look upon your planet as our children Ė and so you are in comparison with planets whose culture is more developed, ancient and mature.
|Adrian:||Why donít you just leave us to our own devices and not intervene at all?|
|Center:||Again, we protect every kind of life form. From our experience with other cultures, and based on the information we have gathered from our researches over the last few years, we have come to the conclusion that without the Councilís intervention it is likely that a world holocaust will occur. We feel it our responsibility to prevent this from happening.|
|Adrian:||Why didnít you intervene in the past when there was a worldwide holocaust?|
|Center:||In the past, technology had not yet reached the level where total annihilation was possible. The scope of previous holocausts and wars was such that recovery and continuity of life was possible. Only in this generation have you reached this level and that is what turned on the red light for us.|
|Adrian:||Are you referring to nuclear warfare and the balance of powers?|
|Center:||Thatís one of the threats. There are others that youíre not aware of, such as biological warfare.|
|Adrian:||I am aware of it. Letís take a break now. Iíll come back to this subject in a few days.|
|Center:||Weíll be happy to help you. Shalom.|
Read more on these issues in Adrian Dvir's book: X3, Healing Entities and Aliens
and attention riveting metaphysical journey, September 21, 2003
Reviewer: Midwest Book Review from Oregon, WI USA
Informatively written by Adrian Dvir (an expert computer engineer who first discovered his ability to communicate telepathically in 1992, and first contacted aliens in the year 1994), X3: Healing, Entities, And Aliens is an exciting and attention riveting metaphysical journey into mind-expanding experiences and the positive intentions of entities from beyond this world. Offering a grand, detailed, investigative account that fleshes out seemingly supernatural occurrences in great detail, and enhanced with an accompanying CD, X3: Healing Entities and Aliens is a unique and very welcome contribution to Metaphysical Studies reference collections and UFO Studies reading lists.
|Adrian Dvir documents his own and others, Healers and Mediums outstanding daily collaboration in ISRAEL, with Beings from parallel dimensions or realms. These invisible beings act as medical teams. They are Alien ET Extraterrestrials and ED Extra-Dimensional medical teams. The paranormal and mystical events becomes a daily experience, with practical results for suffering sick people. Parallel realms of existence are described. The book includes a PC HTML based CD with high resolution Video Clips streaming of Patients testimony, Healers stories and Beings messages and answers as channeled by Trans Mediums. This is the next step in out of this world contact beyond random UFO sightings, Crop circles, unexpected encounters and alike.|
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