Talk:Contact Report 113

Revision as of 20:34, 17 November 2010 by Benjamin (talk | contribs)

Comments on Contact Report 113 <comments />

Alive said ...

I was really shocked to know that Billy called Vatican people as dirty swines. I think it is wiser to call them as moribund dirty faggot swines.

---- M -- 15:34, 15 November 2010 (UTC)

Sheila said ...

Alive's tranlation "I think it is wiser to call them as moribund dirty smoking swines." Who knew pigs smoked, eh alive?

--Sheila 23:07, 15 November 2010 (UTC)

Sanjin said ...

Mistkerl is a compound word of dung(crap) and guy. It basically stands for crappy people, but in German it is somehow more derogatory. Pieces of sh*t would be slightly more intense and dirty swines has about the right tone to it.

--Sanjin 23:36, 15 November 2010 (UTC)

Hawaiian said ...


Billy has every right to call the Vatican what he says so, I would probably say worst things! I think human parasites are also appropriate. You seem to have some extreme emotional reaction to gays as in your words "faggots". Don't hate them, for they are also humans, although much confused at both the material and non material levels. It is something they will have to resolve themselves and not your responsibility to do so as "free will" is universal in this case.

Their "aura" is repulsive, similar to like magnetic poles in the presence of "normal" human males.

--Hawaiian 06:05, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Kkeschoi said ...

Calling any human a bad name even though they have done wrong will it cause our spirit not able to grow and become muture, i am sure this won't be a reason for us to be in this world to learn.

--Kkeschoi 14:36, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Alive said ...


I don't understand what you mean and am happy that I don't.

---- M -- 16:22, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Alive said ...


Thank you for your information. It encourages me to read this contact report 113 once again. Maybe I could find another interesting thing to comment. Salute for you, Sanjin.

---- M -- 16:40, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Alive said ...


I felt that for Billy Vatican people are not only something disgusting, but also something that could be kicked off, that could be expelled. They are not something scary for him. They are not monsters, just swines, or (like Sanjin told me) crappy people.

In this and some other contact reports I found that Billy likes to show his valor by ridicule disgusting powerful people. That is the most gentle way to show his valor, which is based on his knowledge and also his fighting ability. With one arm Billy still has fighting ability with or without weapon. Could you imagine if he still has two arms?

Maybe you are right about faggots, but right now I'm not sure. I would stop curse them via this discussion board. I promise.

---- M -- 17:34, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Alive said ...


Prophet is not someone who would give you some good news about some good things which don't exist anywhere on this beautiful planet, or who would call people with good names while he knows exactly how bad they behave.

"...our spirits not able to grow"? What do you mean? A spirit does not grow, man.

---- M -- 17:50, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Alive said ...

I don't care if this is the right time to say this. I thank James M for the existence of this website and his wise decision not to moderate the discussions. I also thank Benjamin S for his translations of contact reports. His translations are very important for me because I have decided to read Billy's materials in english only (I don't like German language).

For me personally, James M and Benjamin S have given me the opportunity to learn materials which almost inaccessible to me. I thank them and I bless their spirits, wherever they are, wherever they will be.

---- M -- 18:18, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Benjamin Stevens said ...

You're welcome, Alive.

--βενιαμιν 18:25, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Alive said ...


Does this mean, now, that everything with the mission is destroyed so far that all previous pre-plannings have become obsolete?


2. That is, unfortunately, of correctness, for not one single plan can still be implemented, according to which everything must now be newly planned in every respect and then carried out accordingly.

Does it mean that the mission actually carried out is not the mission they intended to run on this planet?

---- M -- 19:58, 16 November 2010 (UTC)

Benjamin Stevens said ...

Hi Alive,

Quetzal is saying here that the plans that once existed, in order to get the intended mission going, had to be changed. He didn't say that the intended mission itself had to be changed. Thus, the mission that is going on right now is, of course, the intended mission, but the methods that were being used to get it going properly had to be changed. It isn't exactly clear what all had to change, but it likely included changes in the types of impulses being sent to various persons and changes with the specific persons to whom impulses were being sent, changes in the specific guidelines to be followed and in the ways of handling specific problems, etc.

--βενιαμιν 20:32, 17 November 2010 (UTC)