Talk:Contact Reports

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Jamesm 12:34, 9 August 2007 (BST) The contact reports listed by date and volume/page are redirects. Please ensure those 2 sections are also kept up to date.

Jamesm 13:14, 10 August 2007 (BST) Contact report 10 is not listed under the "by volume/page number" section as this information is unknown. Anyone have this info please?

Leo said ...

Iam interested of his story could I know more of his work I douht if this or only by imagenation can you discuss me more pls.

--Leo 09:27, 23 April 2010 (BST)

J rod7 said ...

Of interest to all: The direct link to THIS page at came from which has the translations of contacts maintained by Benjamin Stevens

--J rod7 06:28, 7 July 2010 (BST)

Vdmcdonald said ...

I have a question please. If a contact report says "exerpt" does that mean a) that only a portion of the report has been translated thus far? or b) that only a portion of the report was released for publication? Just trying to figure out if I need to check back on those. Also, do you all offer these for sale in book form? Thank you, Victoria

--Vdmcdonald 19:40, 31 January 2011 (UTC)

Jamesm said ...

Thats right Victoria. Excerpt means a small portion of the whole contact report.

You can buy all of the contact reports at the Swiss FIGU shop but theyre in German

Can you read German?

--Jamesm 20:06, 31 January 2011 (UTC)

Benjamin said ...

Actually, Victoria, you are right on both accounts.

If a translation says "excerpt" and the report is presently found in one of Blocks 1 through 10 of the German Pleiadian/Plejaren Contact Reports, then the whole contact has been released in German but only a small portion of it has been translated into English so far.

However, if a translation says "excerpt" but the report is very recent and has not yet been published in a bound volume – and thus, it was likely retrieved from a recent online FIGU Bulletin or Special Bulletin – then only a portion of the report has been publicly released for publication even in German so far.

Either way, you should always check back on any excerpt, as more will be revealed over time.

--βενιαμιν 16:00, 1 February 2011 (UTC)