A.R. Borden (not his real name for obvious reasons) claims to have sat “across the table” from extraterrestrials as part of The Life Physics Group – California (LPG-C). He and other designated earth representatives have also had telepathic contact with them.
In his ebook entitled The Link – Extraterrestrials in Near Earth Space and Contact on the Ground he noted: “There is an Earth consortium of nations funding the real space programs (plus a few power groups with lots of mega millions of Euros and dollars); these are the guys that train and provide the manpower for 27 very large ships capable of reaching Andromeda in about two weeks. My numbers may be a bit off but the crucial ones are dead center. This is one consortium. Then there is another consortium – of extraterrestrial groups!”
Borden explained that there is a partnership between them and the ETs that is a tightly held secret. However, UFO watchers around the world have spotted strange craft of varying descriptions near to or docking with the International Space Station so it is not that hard to put two and two together.
“There are forces at work, fellow travelers of which there is yet no mention in the public domain. In all of them, regardless of the power relationships between the members in the arrangement, the governmental/corporate adhocracies are based upon exchange, trade and tradeoffs.”
He said the primary items that ETS request are “food and potable water.” There have been many instances where UFOs have been spotted over water tanks. These can hold up to 50,000 gallons and normally take two to three days to drain but have mysteriously become empty overnight. Add to that a report on The Organic Prepper, which states that Monsanto, a company intent on using only genetically modified food, has been quietly draining water sources around the globe. Could Monsanto also be creating GMO food as a specific specification of the ETs?
Next on the ET’s list Borden said, are animal protein from bull meat, poultry and fish, as well as goat milk, vegetables, “raw unprocessed honey,” fruit, nuts, olive oil, raw bark chips “from specified trees for teas, purgatives and diuretics, herbs, spices and even beer-making materials (Pilsner-types are most popular) and good wine. In fact, agreements with more than one ET group are “near complete,” he noted.
“There are people already producing things to group specs, and likely don’t know they are doing so for extraterrestrials,” he said. Although some might know, “others are completely oblivious about whom they serve.” Some small companies, particularly in Brazil he noted, work along side ETs to create what they need. “In fact, Brazil now hosts several companies that do business directly with ET groups, producing foodstuff to their specifications. And Brazil is not the only country to do so.”
Borden stated: “We have estimated that Earth provides several million tons of foodstuff (vegetables and vegetable proteins) and meat varieties per month to some 60 bio-kinds in the solar system. Of the agreements we know, 16 are currently operating under the protection of various governmental organizations and intelligence services. There are three non-government’s agreements with some of the same groups doing business with the government organizations… and there are the quietly owned proprieteries… owned and operated in conjunction with humans in at least three countries.”
Some ETs are anxious to expand the number of these arrangements, Borden noted. At the last meeting with the ETs, he said they were told such arrangements are made through “field contacts and in our opinion, ultimately through HumanOrg… a network of worldwide producers.” According to Human.org in Australia, the company’s focus is on “Valuing the voice and ideas of diverse communities and encouraging active participation in planning, policy development and decision-making.” As expected there is no specific information about any dealings with ETs.
In an article on the Business Standard by Andy Mukherjee entitled Global trade surplus; proof of alien life, he raises serious questions about data obtained in the “ledgers of the world’s customs offices.” He noted, “Gabriel Zucman Ph.D. gabriel-zucman.eu of the Paris School of Economics, who has crunched together data for exports and imports from around the world. In theory, the two should cancel each other out. Yet Zucman’s estimates show that in 2007, the world’s current account was in surplus by $400 billion. That’s impossible, unless aliens are buying iPhones and iPads,” Mukerjee wrote.
He also noted a 1978 paper entitled Is there trade with other planets? written by economist Jeffrey Frankel. It “showed that global trade statistics had a tendency to record a deficit. In the 1990s, the deficit – as measured in 2008 dollars – widened to an average $70 billion. But with China’s 2001 entry into the World Trade Organization, the balance swung to a surplus, which kept growing. At $298 billion, the surplus in 2008 – the last year for which Zucman had data – was smaller than in the previous year, but still significant.”
While world economists chalk this up to either incorrect bookkeeping or false reporting by some developing countries, the real truth certainly appears to be the massive growth of exo-trade over the years and it is big business.
An article on All News Web by Michael Cohen notes that China has begun intergalactic trade with “three separate alien races” from “the vicinity of the star Sirius. He noted that trade with China includes “Human fabrics as well as plant-life” that are being exported “as mere curiosities. In return the Sirians have promised China access to their advanced technologies.”
He added, “China’s senior political leadership is said to be thrilled about the agreement and see it as an historic landmark event.”
Interview: A.R. Borden
The Link – Extraterrestrials in Near Earth Space and Contact on the Ground
The Organic Prepper
Business Standard article
Is there trade with other planets?
All News Web article
See Part 5: Exo-commerce sparks debate; new currency