(Continued from part 2)
Paolo di Girolamo’s Experience with the W56
A fourth witness to the visitations and sightings, Professor of Design Paolo di Girolamo, accepted the invitation from Breccia to appear in the documentary (1).
Paolo didn’t have much experience with Bruno’s group or the W56 (1). He only met the group a couple of times (1), but one of his encounters with the W56 would prove worthwhile.
Paolo was friends with Alberto Perego and Bruno G., the journalist who I mentioned before was among the first to take a serious look at the ET subject (1).
Bruno G. put him in touch with the main contactee, Bruno Samaciccia, and they arranged for Paolo to meet with the group (1).
He brought with him a letter he’d written for the W56 (1).
He was welcomed into a living room and put his envelope on a table before Bruno S. turned on the radio and claimed they ‘should be getting some news at some point’ (1). Soon after, a ‘piercing whistle’ was heard followed by a loud hissing sound (1).
“Paolo – Be Honest with Us All”
This is the message they received:
“Sigir here. Paolo – be honest with us all. Be honest with us all. Be honest with us all.” [Then another voice said], “Let’s get the goods.” (1)
It was estimated that the ‘goods’ were the contents of a parcel for Bruno S., which was lined in black and placed on the television (1).
When the message was finished, a loud crackle was heard followed by a ‘blinding purple flash’ (1). Nothing was heard afterward, and Paolo was speechless (1).
The group then decided to go out in the street (maybe to get some fresh air), and when they returned they found that the letter Paolo had left on the table was gone (1). Nobody knew who took it and everyone denied touching it (1).
Bruno S. took this as a sign that the group should go into the street again, which they promptly did, and once in the street Paolo felt something light land on his head (1). It was a scorched, folded up envelope that contained his letter (1).
How Did They Do It?
How were these cosmic humans able to pull off these impossible feats? According to The Friendship Case, technological devices they referred to as nuclei gave them the abilities, such as telepathy, that amazed Bruno’s group (1).
They could place nuclei in rooms, objects and even living creatures (1).
It’d be hard not to be a little freaked out by that, but The Friendship Case (as well as David’s report) describes the W56 as benevolent and invested in helping rather than hurting humanity.
The nuclei technology was for the W56 what cell phones are for us: essential for day-to-day life (1).
Since they seem to have been enlightened, I’d imagine they had a deep spiritual bond with the nuclei which made this tech essential for the otherwise impossible tasks they carried out.
Conflict with the CTR
A common theme in contact cases is the concept of positive and negative extraterrestrial groups being involved in the earth’s affairs.
The same is true in this case: the W56 described to Bruno’s group a negative extraterrestrial race they referred to as the Juiros (1). Bruno renamed the Juiros the CTR, which is a contraction of the word contraries (1).
The CTR were described as unethical, materialistic and opposed to the W56 in every way (1). The W56 never spoke of a war with the CTR because they were enlightened and didn’t make war; instead they called it a conflict (1).
One of the reasons they were here was to ‘keep the CTR in check’, and they referred to the CTR as ‘science worshipers’ with no sense of wrongdoing (1).
They were concerned humanity would follow the CTR’s path and destroy our world or become a destructive force in the cosmos (1).
Where Did They Come From?
According to a table in Breccia’s book that notes where the respective ET groups came from, some of the W56 came from the Pleiades constellation and some of the CTR from Orion (1). None of the W56 came from Orion (1).
According to David, this agrees with what we learn from Ra in the Law of One that many advanced yet inherently negative ET groups come from Orion (1).
Uredda: The Living Energy of Love
The W56 understood and utilized the power of love on a level unfathomable to most people on our planet. Feelings of love, harmony, affection and friendship were crucial to them (1).
Breccia describes how, for them, these were much more than simple emotions:
“For them, cohesion, friendship, loyalty and things like that are not abstract concepts, but rather a living entity that they call Uredda. This living entity is fostered precisely by the sense of loyalty – and was contrasted by an alter ego that was called Bredda, which was essentially the opposite.” (1)
According to Gaspare, this ‘living entity’ of positive energy was used as fuel (1). It helped the Friends power their technology and defend themselves against the CTR, and because of this it was highly valued (1).
A Spiritual Battle
If the W56 were to disband or fail to keep harmony intact, they’d fall victim to the CTR’s low vibration and their bases could be destroyed (1). This gives a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘spiritual battle’.
I wonder how one can be enlightened yet vulnerable to emotional or spiritual attacks from entities that’ve only evolved on the intellectual level.
I don’t know a thing about enlightenment or higher states of consciousness, but you’d think it’d include invincibility to attacks from beings that are, for lack of a better word, spiritually inferior.
However, since individual and group harmony were tied together, it makes sense that the individual would be susceptible to attack if the group fell apart.
(Continued in part 4 tomorrow)
(1) David Wilcock, “1950s Human ETs Prepare Us for Golden Age — Videos, Documents!” Divine Cosmos, July 22, 2011 – http://divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/956-1950s-ets
(Other sources embedded in article)
By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness, August 14, 2016 – http://tinyurl.com/hf82wej