No Utopia (The yoke of tradition)

1 PSYCHO-SCIENTIFIC FRONTIERS Selected publications from a variety of subjects of psycho-scientific research. Editor: Rolf Linnemann (Certificated Engineer) * Steinweg 3b * 32108 Bad Salzuflen * Tel. (05222) 6558 Internet : E-Mail : Translator’s email: Protocol of an extraterrestrial contact from the year 1965 Title : No Utopia (The yoke of tradition) Contactee : Medialer Friedenskreis Berlin (Psychic Peace Circle, Berlin) Mediums : Uwe Speer (17) and Monika-Manuela Speer (15) SANTINER : ASHTAR SHERAN These words from INTERPLANETARY BEINGS published here were received by the Medialen Friedenskreis Berlin, a Christian/Spiritual community, during their many public séances. We are mainly dealing with fully- automatic written messages, unconsciously received by two mediums well tested over time. These psychic messages are complete and they were left in their original form. The work of the two mediums began when they were 15 and respectively 17 years old. The total production of the MFK-Berlin (Medialer Friedenskreis Berlin), the Menetekel and the 21 transmissions from the space-brothers are considered the absolute pinnacle of psycho-scientific research. Other spiritual circles have often tried to copy the work of the MFK, but its quality was never achieved. The reproduction and distribution of these messages and protocols is explicitly encouraged and is not covered by any copyright! Preface by the publisher The well-known UFO researcher and certificated engineer, Mr. Hermann Ilg from Reutlingen in Germany passed away early in May 1999 aged nearly 80. Through his activity as a civil engineer, he was used to logical thought and only believed the things that could be absolutely verified. The former senior building expert was abhorred by anything dubious. Due to his extraordinary telepathic ability he had no doubt at all about the existence of the SANTINER. He had personally observed UFOS. For more than 20 years he published accounts of these contacts through the dispatch of individual A4 size pages, covering the costs himself. A semi-page article in the “Badische Zeitung” from the 20 th of July 1996 called Hermann Ilg “the most eminent UFO researcher of Germany’s south”. The following, shortened data stems from this article. The starting point of his ufology career was the Upper Swabia town of Ravensburg where an acquainted minister of the church observed six, rapidly moving disks chase across the sky in the direction of Lake Constance. This clergyman was confronted by a wall of ignorance at that time. An observatory in the region declared this sighting an “optical illusion”. This type of dilettantism annoyed Ilg. Ilg compared NASA, who tried to make contact with extraterrestrial life through radio waves, to a “tribal chief” sitting in the jungle looking for other tribes via drum signals. If he does not receive an answer, he comes to the conclusion that: We are alone on this planet.