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#1 2009-10-29 17:48:21

Registered: 2005-12-09
Posts: 998

Communication with Helena, Commander of Starship Capricorn 10/29/09

Communication with Helena, Commander of Starship Capricorn.
Welcoming Helena.  I am a bit late.  What is your message?

Helena:  Good morning.  Yes. you have problems in communicating
with me at the time established.  However, I do have a message
for you and your friends.  You are soon to have some dramatic
changes in your nation's currency.  You will have the release of
the new-American dollar that is partially backed by precious
metals.  Then the American dollar will again become the leading
currency in your world.

There is much good that can be provided by good men working
together for a good cause.  That is you mission and you will have
the help of two of our crew when you have your laboratory back in
full operation.  You will soon have the funds to work with.  That
is one of the best messages that we can give you.

There is much that must be accomplished by  you and your friends.
However, you will have our help.  The atmosphere of Mother Earth
is becoming so polluted from the burning of fossil fuels,
especially from thousands of cars and trucks, that some people
have problems breathing and have to use special oxygen additions
to their breathing.  That has to change and you are expected,
along with your friends, to help make those changes.

As you know there must be the commercialization of the new-energy
technology that you have been given to develop.  The technology
that taps into the vast energy of space and provides electrical
energy.  You will have our help in the development and
commercialization of that technology.  That is our message for
you today.  Do you have any questions or comments?

Lava:  Thank you dear Helena.  I am pleased to receive
information from you each weekday morning.  No questions.  I
shall call on you tomorrow.



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