According to theorist Avi Loeb, of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, “Science isn’t a matter of belief, it’s a matter of evidence. Deciding what’s likely ahead of time limits the possibilities. It’s worth putting ideas out there and letting the data be the judge.” What sparked that statement was a paper on the Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) emitted infrequently from billions of light years away. These FRBs are extremely brief radio chirps or flashes of energy from extragalactic space and have massive power that can generate as much as half a billion suns.
Some scientists posit that FRBs are signs of alien intelligent life trying to communicate with us, possibly from other solar systems. Loeb and Manasvi Lingam of Harvard University examined the likelihood of creating a powerful enough radio transmitter that could be visible across such enormous distances. Their paper on Fast Radio Bursts from Extragalactic Light Sails, in the Astrophysical Journal Letters early this year, highlights the feasibility that these bursts may be coming from an intelligent source. They propose that “extragalactic civilizations [could be…] powering large light sails [and] could yield parameters that are consistent with FRBs”.
Other scientists studying FRBs, like Shami Chatterjee of Cornell University, look at the possibility of the FRB coming from a black hole or the gaseous remnants of a supernova. Only twenty FRBs have been observed over the last ten years which makes it interesting that so many astrophysicists are engaged in this research.
This confirms all that we have been taught about the magnitude of the cosmos of which humanity only knows 5%! In the grand scale of things, we should not be surprised by many of these new discoveries in science. It begs the question: Are we alone in the universe?
The Keys of Enoch® 216:36 describes interstellar communication, but affirms that the “Higher Evolution uses what is called In-Space (viz., the spatial regions just on the other side of our light threshold for communication); accordingly, our radiophysicists must do the same in working with universal communications operating in our planetary space by the fluctuations in the field of light.” This means that although we may be able to receive certain radio burst emissions from other star intelligences, their fuller communications process is using different wavelengths of light.
Enoch encourages us to work also with our own “inner space” rather than exclusively high technology in outer space to communicate with greater realms of Light. “Deep space” transmissions are important and we should be aware of them, but there exists a space built ‘into space’ that we “can use to work with higher intelligence for both terrestrial and extraterrestrial operations” [Glossary: In-space].
As we learn to connect throughout the day to our ultraterrestrial family, we can connect with higher thought-forms and send messages of unconditional love across deep space to our cosmic family.
We salute you in the name of the Creator of the Luminaries, Yotzer Amaroth Ain Soph
With Love and Blessings,