Update by Sheldan Nidle

for the Spiritual Hierarchy and the Galactic Federation

The Motherships

21st February, 2006


Selamat Jarin! We come once again, dear Hearts, with more to discuss with you! In the past few messages, we talked about the marvels of inner Earth and looked briefly at the wondrous ethereal Beings who help to sustain the rest of your solar system. Now let us look at the various ships that compose our great first contact fleet. This fleet is always changing its members. In fact, nearly ten percent of the fleet is changed over every two months. They are replaced with motherships from other member star-nations of this far-flung Galactic Federation of Light. The section where rotation most often takes place is in the outer ring of ships. It is here that the newer members of the Galactic Federation predominate. Because of humanity's present bias, the inner ring is reserved mainly for the human member states. The fleet's motherships are special ones, formerly consigned to the less stressful missions of our Science and Exploration (S&E) fleets. It is our firm belief that the more technologically advanced vehicles, which normally form the vanguard of our fleets, are not required for this first contact mission.

Most of these older ships are about 30 to 50,000 years old. Many of them had retired to specially reserved places in the galaxy where they could peacefully live out their days. Our ships are living Beings, and we treat them throughout their lives with the respect and honor that these grand ladies deserve. In the interests of this operation, we asked them if they would be willing to come out of retirement for one last mission. These grand Beings responded mostly in the affirmative and soon became part of a complex rotation of motherships alternating between our home worlds and your beautiful shores. As many of these ships had never been even partially retrofitted, we asked their permission to modify them slightly to enable them to take on the more modern scientific scout ships assigned to this inner ring. Again, we received an affirmative reply. With these changes complete, the motherships were ready for this first contact assignment. Their crews likewise were given the time necessary to acquaint themselves with these well-rested beauties.

Most of our inner fleet is made up of these older motherships. When you enter them, you immediately feel their great Love and deep caring for you. Unlike the newer models, these ships were constructed to remain in a specific configuration. This consists of either a large cigar-shaped pod, which can be many hundreds or even thousands of miles long, or alternatively, a series of huge, interconnecting, lozenge-shaped units. These two designs easily accommodated the primary mission requirements. In general, the ships with the single hull were used for diplomatic, liaison, and defense operations, and those with the multi-hull design, for a variety of scientific responsibilities. It is to the latter that most of the newer scout ships are assigned. And as these scouts are larger and more complex, these older motherships were fitted with enlarged access portals, modernized landing docks, and updated service stations. These renovated docks have the ability to allow the scientific scout ships to reconfigure, or shape-shift, according to the needs of each specific mission.

Upon entering these older motherships, you will first notice the different lighting and floor technology. The hallways are illuminated using a special photochemical process which produces a soft, full-spectrum light that reproduces the light of the Sun without the harshness that your light is noted for. This lighting is adjustable and is regulated according to individual desires by the ship's artificial intelligence computers. The flooring embodies pressure-sensing material that reacts to the way you walk, giving you the impression at first that you are literally "walking on air." Both these technologies have been updated, and these newer versions, now combined with personalized holographic technology, can reproduce those aspects of your home world that give you the greatest pleasure. Thus, you are always in an environment designed to support you in every way to enable you to attain your highest level of creative potential.

The various lounges, crew quarters, and workspaces are likewise designed for optimum relaxation and functioning. The main purpose of a fleet mothership is to aid her crew in carrying out its delegated mission. All workspaces are integrated with a telepathically interlinked computer network and a variety of android assistants. Each android is at the service of any of her fellow workers. These assistants help in repairing and maintaining needed equipment and in interpreting the data collected during the day's many scientific expeditions. Each crew member is a highly trained individual. Since early childhood, each one has known their area of expertise and has developed it exquisitely. The ship's androids support this expertise by helping to speed up the completion of any given task. The resulting cooperative interaction leads to swift problem solving.

Some areas on these ships are set aside for the use of advanced holographic technology that can realistically reproduce entire, specific environments in which you can become an active participant in a drama of your choice. These include literary and historic dramas, dearly loved tales, episodes from your own life, or even plays of your own creation. This entertainment is a vital and integral part of your life, to be engaged in separately or with friends, family, or crewmembers. Most galactic humans find the movies, plays, and novels on your world to be very quaint. The amount of violence and struggle found in them is seen as a reflection of the primitive and limiting nature of your global societies. One of the purposes of this first contact is to ameliorate these conditions so that you can incorporate into your culture the proliferation and greatly expanded vision that will result from first contact.

The residential quarters on these motherships are geared to reflect your individual personality and taste. Food, clothing, and furniture are provided, almost instantaneously, by an energy processor; hence, no food preparation and no dirty dishes to wash up! Even the décor and furniture can be changed on a whim. At a moment's notice, this living space can be converted from a workplace to a living/relaxation room or a bedroom. Indeed, the possibilities for this residence are as endless as your imagination. As with the rest of the ship, the floors and lighting are personalized to your own requirements. A common indulgence for crew members is to re-create their home world residence even down to the view out of their windows!

Storage areas on these motherships include huge spaces for very large replacement parts not easily created by the ship's holographic capabilities. These storage lockers are often up to several miles in length. Here are stored large items used to repair the propulsion system and maintain the various life support networks. Also stored here are the special parts needed for the navigation system and for the main artificial intelligence computer network. The cores of these enormous computer systems are often tens of miles in length! Moving these parts around is done by large robots attached to the various storage facilities. These robots are controlled by repair androids whose skill in completing these difficult tasks is quite remarkable.

Today, we have looked at the motherships that make up the inner ring of our first contact fleet. These amazing ladies of space will be open for your inspection once first contact is completed. We look forward to the day when we can freely show you our fleet and celebrate our formal arrival on your most beautiful shores. We now take our leave. Blessings, dear Ones! Know in your Heart of Hearts that the perpetual Supply and infinite Abundance of Heaven are indeed Yours! Selamat Gajun! Selamat Kasijaram! (Sirian for Be One! and Be Blessed in Love and Joy!)

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