I am not looking to any governmental or military group, regardless of nation, to bring out the truth of the Space Visitors. If they did, they too would be questioned by the majority of the people and the whole thing would remain as controversial as it is today. It would be placed or left (as at present) subject to a hostile interpretation in the minds of the many.
There is but one answer to a problem which is far from a small one, for this enigma of interplanetary visitations is of a universal aspect, dealing as it does with universal principles. All phases of life are involved. We should be concerned with much more than merely the dramatic idea of flying through space in manmade craft. That is a very minute part of the whole. Once this is realized, the coming of these craft establishes a substantiation for man's eventual destiny, which up to now has been but a hope. Not only that, but it is bound to broaden Earthman's consciousness into a more Cosmic conception, lifting him far above his present confining ignorance. In challenging him to think in terms of Cosmos and his relation thereto, he will forget the puny differences which have brought him to grief on this Earth through the ages.
The reality of these ships from other planets belong in the realm of the Cosmos. Therefore, those who could best bring forth the truth to the whole of mankind and establish friendly relations between the visitors and ourselves would be the great religions of the world, united in at least this one purpose. Such union would inevitably lead to further unity in which the hairs of difference in creed and dogma would no longer seem worth splitting. I believe this whole phenomena has reached a point where it should be recognized as a fulfillment of long cherished dreams and hopes, whereby man once again will understand his relationship to the Cosmos itself.
Since the church has taken on the responsibility of bringing to man an understanding of his relationship to his Creator, it would seem to be the Church's duty to proclaim the reality of these interplanetary visitations and the truth that surrounds them. This then would guarantee a reverent instead of hostile attitude on the part of all peoples. In achieving this, the Church would then establish an understanding state of mind whereby definite visitation would follow, permitting our more evolved Brothers to give us more useful information of the Universe about which we as yet know so little. The Space Brothers could then be welcomed in our homes and cities as friends and teachers.
Outstanding evidence in the teachings of all great religions to substantiate this possibility can be found. For example, one of the greatest religions, the Catholic, acknowledges that a human body born in this world can be taken elsewhere in earthly form to a place which they call Heaven. This is what is described in the resurrection of Jesus and, more recently, in their acknowledgment that the Virgin Mary herself left in this manner. Then there was Elijah who was carried off in a "fiery chariot," and many other similar accounts.
The Lord's Prayer itself is an acknowledgment of a world or place called Heaven. "Thy will be done on Earth as it in Heaven." If the Father's will can be done on Earth as it is in Heaven, it is an admission that the Earth can become better, or like Heaven. Also an admission that bodies can be taken from this world in bodily form to some Nirvana in the skies. By the same token, it constitutes an acknowledgment that men could in bodily form come from there to here.
Since the Lord's Prayer asks that it be done on Earth as it it is in Heaven, how could this be accomplished unless the heavenly-type being, man or woman, comes to Earth from a happier abode and teaches us their way, that we might be enlightened sufficiently to establish our own heaven on earth, as they have done on their worlds?
All of this points the finger to the great religions, by whatever name they are known, as the responsible source to bring this Truth to mankind. Did not Jesus himself say, "In my Father's house are many mansions?"
If the great Churches or religions fail their flocks in this case, then they must shoulder the guilt for whatever may happen to mankind on Earth from here on. We are at the final crossroads. One of two things can happen. With the aid of these Visitors we can go on to become the greatest and the only enduring civilization this world has ever known - enduring because the peoples of the world will be united - or we can completely annihilate one another ^through atomic conflict, as is well known by alf major scientists.
Thus, the necessity for this proclamation of Truth regarding the reality of our interplanetary Brothers coming our way is far more serious than the average person can guess. Receptive minds and widespread coverage are musts in order that people throughout the world may understand what is at stake. Prophecy, as it has been written, will be fulfilled one way or the other; either the Kingdom of Heaven will be established on this Earth - or complete annihilation of Earth's inhabitants will be the inevitable result. The choice lies with Man himself. But the initial responsibility rests on the shoulders of the spiritual leaders throughout the world.
VALLEY CENTER, CALIFORNIA