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Who Might the Public be Expecting to Meet upon Disclosure?

September 20, 2010

Well, just to give you a look at what we’re up against, a website has published depictions of what artists think aliens look like.

This may be a good suggestion of the type of being the public might be expecting to meet upon disclosure.

What I’m going to do here is post two photos of what galactics actually may look like – Billy Meier’s photo of Asket the Timmarian, which I believe to be genuine, and the Apollo 20 astronauts’ photo of “Mona Lisa,” the dead extraterrestrial in the spaceship they investigated on the Moon.

Then, below that, I’ll post the artistic depictions of aliens.

Before I do however, let me review some things that were said in the article “We Gaians”:

It’s the intention of our space family only to introduce us in the beginning to human galactics and, among human galactics, only those that look like us, as indicated by Hannah Beaconsfield’s Pleaiadian sources:

“The first ETs to be introduced would be those who are in like form and appearance to your Earth human bodies” (1)

Apparently the human template, which is known in spiritual circles as the “Adam Kadmon” template, is very common in the universe. Spirit Mythos website calls “Adam Kadmon” “an ancient qabballistic word for ‘universal man.’ It is the template or design for the human being.” (2)

David Wilcock hypothesized that many lines of evolution culminate, on the physical plane, in the human form:

“The human body shows up in the galaxy on every planet where life can form. It’s a natural evolution. Some might get there by an insect; some might get there by a lizard; some might get there by mammals like we do; some might get there by cetaceans; some might get there even by vegetation, apparently.” (3)

My own impression is that we will likely meet only those who have reached humanity by mammalian lines.

After the photo of human galactics are the representations of what imaginative artists think aliens look like. I think you’ll see what we may be up against with the general public.

Actual Photos of Galactics

Asket, Billy Meier's Timmarian mentor

Galactic: Photo of "Mona Lisa," deceased ET found in spaceship on the Moon by Apollo 20

Fictional Representations of Galactics

And of course who could forget the original Alien?


(1) The Pleiadian Light, Oct. 6, 2009, through Hannah Beaconsfield, at

(2) Adam Kadmon, the Universal Man, at

(3) Project Camelot Interviews David Wilcock, Part 2 of 4, at .

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 20, 2010 2:50 pm

    they’re probably all true. SaLuSa said that any form of life we can imagine, can be found somewhere in the kosmos. the pleiadians told billy meier that they estimate that there are about 10 to the 49th universes in the kosmos. it is said that there are on average about 100 billion stars in one galaxy and about 100 billion galaxies in our universe. if every star has an average of let’s say five planets and moons with life on it (as is the case with our sun, as i understand it), and you look at the enormous variety of life even on our small planet – on the outside alone!- there’s indeed probably no end to creation. prime creator is quite an ambitious being, it must be said. …and then, who created him-her?

  2. Vendo permalink
    September 20, 2010 10:35 am

    EGAD!!!!, ….. well at least the fourth one sort of looks like a reptilian humanoid anyway

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