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SACSETI Philosophy

The South African Centre for the Search of Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence attains to be as inclusive as it can allow itself to be and wishes to promote the beautiful philosophy that any and all forms of life are free to express their being as fully as they wish.

We understand that the greatest gift offered to us all is the gift of meaning, the gift that life is truly ‘meaningless’ and that you yourself and any other being within creation have the power and the ability to give which ever meaning you desire to your own existence.  We recognize that true freedom is the ability to express yourself in the unique way that you were fashioned to be. We have chosen to take into conscious recognition that anything and anyone we encounter, are in their own respective ways a multidimensional facet of creation and is as equal and as valuable as any other being in this universe and beyond.

And so, we decided that the South African Centre for the Search of Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence will be as open and as transparent as it can be, in realizing the present self-destructive, un-socially productive and segregated path of humanity and the accompanied condemnation and judgement towards any and all walk of life.

We take into consideration the many viewpoints of countless beings on our planet who have expressed their notions and their preferences towards certain extra-terrestrial societies and have preferred to value some higher than others. We acknowledge and respect that claim and wish to remind any and all concerned that this precise attitude towards life has been the very catalyst that has driven us where we are sitting today, divided as a species and in a world where the majority of us are in conflict with one another on a daily basis.

We have failed to realize that our connection as human beings is far greater than our division and that the inherent unity we all share is more powerful than the illusion of separation we have bought into for Millennia’s.

As human beings, we have existed on this planet for a very short period of time and as a consequence of our recent industrial revolution, we are now in a severe and critical period of our planets development as we are destroying 30 000 square kilometres of rainforest per day, even though we are aware that without the rain forests, animals and men cannot survive as we require the oxygen they produce to do so. Every day, we have estimated to lose 100 different species of flora and fauna to deforestation, a conservative estimate of the current extinction rate indicates that about 27,000 species a year are being lost. Between 1950 and 1999, an average of 150,000 tons of oil spilled each year into the world’s waterways and more than 15,000 people die every day because of water pollution.

These are but a few facts that will shake you to your core once you realize that you are also on this planet marching towards self-destruction and that you yourself, just as anyone else have a say on the matter as a resident of this beautiful and precious planet.

SACSETI does not take environmental concerns lightly and chooses to express a sense of urgency to all inhabitants of planet earth and make clear that as we stand here today reading this, we do not have much time. We believe that a conscious change on a personal and individual basis is required to shift ourselves and our planet to a more harmonious way of living.

We strongly believe that grand scale action needs to be engaged in and that a combination of habitat protection, captive breeding and the cessation of our daily planetary destruction may prevent us from crossing over to the next sixth mass planetary extinction.

Offering a platform for broader and bolder open contact with extra-terrestrials could potentiality offer many innovative solutions in new technology and renewable sources of energy, open contact could be one of the greatest lessons and gifts to humanity as a whole.

We would also like to remind any and all individuals that engaging in contact work to acquire new technologies or new material ideologies from our star brothers and sisters is not our primary motive. Rather, we acknowledge the potential planetary growth, maturity and liberty that follows after such important contact takes place.

We have rationally determined that broader and bolder open contact between our civilisation and galactic cultures can and will only be achieved if we as a global society decided to clean up our act and re-unite back with one another. We appreciate that unity, ubuntu and oneness is our primordial and natural state as boundless beings of consciousness.

We believe that a key aspect of inter-planetary contact is first and foremost the contact with one’s self, the contact with our innate spiritual abilities and responsibilities as infinite beings of creation.

We acquired the understanding that most beings we refer to as ‘extra-terrestrials’ exist on a very different plane of consciousness than we operate and function on and therefore we believe that attempting any form of connection to such frequency domain requires any lower vibratory individual to shift their ‘emitting dial’ to a higher and more conducive frequency to allow a more expanded and responsive contact experience. Through these methodologies, we take into conscious awareness that like a radio station, we hold the ability to shift our vibrations to specific frequencies and domains in order to experience the reality we say we prefer to experience.

It is then apparent to us that any and all galactic civilisations that have achieved and mastered inter-stellar capabilities are not coming to this corner of our milky way galaxy by operating within the same linear space/time limitations that we operate on such as the 299 792 458 m/s speed of light but rather function outside of these limitations and have achieved and acquired these resources through eons of technological, spiritual and conscious development.

The South African Centre for the Search of Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence wishes to reinforce the idea that no matter how advance these so called ‘extra-terrestrial’ cultures may seem to appear, we wish to remind ourselves that this does not in any way shape or form invalidate our own existence on this beautiful planet nor does it define them as being more important or more valuable than us, far from it.

We would like to remind ourselves that they are our brothers and sisters from the stars and that we hold with great importance the notion of fully accepting them as they are as they in turn accept us as we are.

At this time, we would like to take into consideration the possibility that we are now willing to shift to a more mature, harmonious and responsible phase of our evolution as a planetary society for the well-being of our home and ourselves. We are willing to clean up our mess as ethically and purposefully as possible to in turn, bring back the happiness of the people of the earth.

We wish to give our deepest gratitude and appreciation to each and every being that has come across our philosophy in this moment and we wish to state that no matter how you have perceived this text, we will embrace and acknowledge your right of being by having your own vision, your own beautiful opinion and are in no way shape or form judging anything nor anyone but rather stating facts of observations to commune and align with our own selves for generations to come.

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“It now seems quite clear that Earth is not the only inhabited planet. There is evidence that the bulk of the stars in the sky have planetary systems. Recent research concerning the origin of life on Earth suggests that the physical and chemical processes leading to the origin of life occur rapidly in the early history of the majority of planets within our Milky Way galaxy–perhaps as many as a million–are inhabited by technical civilizations in advance of our own. Interstellar space flight is far beyond our present technical capabilities, but there seems to be no fundamental physical objections to preclude, from our own vantage point, the possibility of its development by other civilizations.”

Carl Sagan, Ph.D. (Late Professor of Astronomy and Space Sciences, Cornell University)