(Concluded from part 4)
Selfless Service Misinterpreted
If you’re willing to entertain ideas about ancient aliens, maybe the visitations reported throughout history included lessons about service to others that came in the form of helping the visitors.
They may have taught that helping others is inherent to the soul’s evolution by offering wisdom in exchange for various services as they did with Bruno’s group.
We can take it a step further and say that some ancient civilizations grew to misinterpret these ‘offerings’ to the ‘gods’ and the intention behind them.
This could explain why some degenerated into human sacrifice in an attempt to appease these gods who, when becoming aware of such awful things, would have to leave immediately because their vibration wouldn’t be able to handle it (provided they were the W56 or another enlightened group).
We learned before that the W56 could fall prey to the CTR if their group harmony didn’t stay intact. I couldn’t imagine the devastation their group harmony would suffer if they stuck around to witness human sacrifice.
Perhaps in ancient cultures these ‘offerings’ that were intended to be done selflessly for the soul’s evolution – for Bruno’s group it was the delivery of fruit and certain kinds of metals – were misinterpreted as offerings to these ‘gods’ that would grant more sightings and communication.
If visitation from the ‘gods’ became sparse due to a depletion of Uredda (love energy) in the cultures they visited, these cultures would’ve become desperate in their attempts to appease them.
Thus, they would resort to sacrifice and other ritualistic activities never intended by the cosmic visitors.
This is just a theory, and I’m throwing it out there because it seems to fit. Feel free to share your thoughts or debate it in the comments below.
The W56’s Real Name: The Akrij
The story gets even more interesting when the W56 reveal their real names. Again, they didn’t use names because they no longer found it necessary. However, they offered a ‘true’ name to Bruno’s group that can be recognized in more than one ancient culture.
The name they revealed to the group was Akrij (1).
When researching the name, Breccia discovered it has various meanings in different cultures.
It translates to the sages in Sanskrit; there are two Egyptian words closely related to it, one of which is Akriju (the wise people); it translates to people in high places in classical Greek; and it translates to group of friends in classical Arabic (1).
It seems that the W56, or Akrij, made their imprint on history long before visiting Bruno and his group.
“Your Wonderful Flying Machines…”
I’m not sure if the Akrij are related to this, but David writes about a letter written by Voltaire on June 6, 1761 addressed to the Count of Saint Germain, which passed through the hands of Count Richard and Eugenio Siragusa (1).
The letter, which David shares in his report and I’ll share below, makes an interesting reference to ‘flying machines’:
“Your long road through time will be illuminated by my friendship for you – even at the time of your revelations about the middle of the 20th century.
“Because of time, the talking pictures will not be able to be stored in memory. May your wonderful flying machines bring you back to me.” (1)
Multiple things about this letter can make you wonder what type of cryptic message was being sent.
The ‘long road through time’; the mention of ‘revelations about the middle of the 20th century’; the ‘talking pictures’; and of course the ‘wonderful flying machines’ make it seem as if esoteric knowledge is being communicated.
We can’t rule out that Voltaire was just being poetic or writing something cryptic that had nothing to do with literal flying machines, but this type of reference at this point in our history is fascinating to say the least.
The Akrij Leaves Bruno’s Group
By the late 70s, the cohesion of Bruno’s group and their subsequent contact with the W56 (recognized by this point as the Akrij) began to fall apart (1).
The group could no longer live up to the Akrij’s expectations, and the Uredda that surrounded the group and the Akrij began to dissipate (1).
This meant the Akrij would have to leave Bruno’s group so they could reestablish their Uredda and the sense of harmony that forms its foundation.
Their departure coincided with a phenomenon in the Adriatic Sea of a ‘great wave’ of UFO sightings that occurred between October 1978 and January 1979 (1).
David writes that the CTR seemed to get the better of the Akrij, as the latter became ‘fed up’ with Bruno’s group and gave one last round of incredible sightings before disappearing (1).
‘Dramatic disturbances’ over the Adriatic accompanied the sightings, and short-lived contacts continued in Italy for a few years after (1).
I never write these ET contact reports to prove anything, but to share the information and anecdotal evidence available on a subject that fascinates me. Every report I write on it satiates my curiosity, as each story I read is more interesting than the last.
Most of them carry common themes: the visitors are human; they have advanced technology; they want to help us evolve; they’re here to help defend against negative ETs; they request services from contactees; they raise awareness of the dangers of nuclear weapons, etc.
They’re all interesting, and researchers like David Wilcock have used evidence to make an impressive case that various extraterrestrial races both good and bad, human and non-human have been involved in our planet’s history and the positive ones continue to help us evolve.
Society’s Still Skeptical
Evidence aside, in my opinion many of the contact cases are so far ‘out there’ that our society, which is skeptical by nature, won’t open to them any time soon.
Unless some kind of massive disclosure happens tomorrow and people are forced to see the truth, whatever that is, the ET contact phenomenon will be relegated to the realm of science fiction for years to come.
Writers, researchers and filmmakers dedicated to sharing the truth can make a difference, but my concern is that there aren’t enough out there to persuade the masses to be open to the topic.
One of the reasons being open to it is difficult is that the reports are always wild, but since this concept brings us out of our comfort zone by nature, we should expect nothing less than dazzling reports of enlightened humans, flying ships and telepathic abilities.
In my eyes it’s better than scare stories of monstrous aliens obsessed with destroying our cities.
Anyone who’s had a genuine UFO sighting will tell you something is out there, and the contact reports available, while anecdotal, can help us determine what it might be.
A fascination with the unexplained and a healthy sense of discernment go a long way when combined with research, so by all means be open to what you learn about the subject but remember to question the information too.
You might find in the midst of your research that something unexplained is indeed happening.
Despite the small likelihood that the public will take the issue seriously any time soon, you could end up discovering and dispersing information that not only gets people talking, but pressures the global ‘elite’ to finally come clean.
- 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 16, 2016 – http://tinyurl.com/hgqmawg