2 E.T. Androids Programmed with Human Traits Hilariously Self Destruct Near Pluto

Contact Report 137/569

Date/time of contact: Saturday, the 18th of October 1980, 10:47 PM


13. Unfortunately, I currently cannot reach Quetzal, either personally or by our communication device, because he is staying in another time dimension.
14. As soon as he returns to our time dimension, however, then he will call me, and then I can convey your question to him and can then receive his answer.
15. Then we will say goodbye again for now.
16. Farewell, my friend, and take care of your health.
I will.
17. That’s good, because recently, your appearance has become better, which can be attributed partly to your own efforts and a good part to Quetzal’s apparatus.
The machine helps me very much. I feel this myself.
18. Let the apparatus have a further affect on you because it is, together with your own and much-needed efforts, the only effective way to improve your health.
19. Also, always remember that it is urgently necessary to protect yourself from any excitement.
20. In particular, don’t allow yourself to enter into any quarrels in this regard or allow yourself any unnecessary internal turmoil such as, for example, if our or your orders are not obeyed, which always especially excites you because such an action is so illogical to you that you can’t understand it.
21. Indeed, it cannot be supposed that after every new matter, our and your orders are ignored again and that such orders bring about a negative attitude because every single group member should understand by now that only proper acting and thinking will allow a continued existence and a continuance of all things.
22. But if renewed offenses should appear despite this expectation and hope, then it would be better for your health if you, as you have already repeatedly wanted to do, would abandon the mission.  
Ah, now you’ve really become more clever.  
23. Under the present circumstances, such a step is no longer to be expected, but on the other hand, we realize that we have simply expected too much from you.  
24. If we had put one of our androids in your position, then he would have destroyed himself if all of this illogicalness had arisen.  
You have strange jokes in stock.  
25. No, because my words correspond to the truth.  
26. We actually expected too much from you; a test has proven this.  
27. Quetzal came up with the idea.  
He has always had crazy ideas. What has he tested, then?  
28. He wanted to know to what extent a half-organic apparatus could bear the illogicalness that has crept into the group.  
So, nevertheless, a crazy idea. But, at the same time, what happened?  
29. A very bad result.  
30. You would describe it as devastating.  
You always make me more and more curious. Can’t you finally rush the rabbit out of the cabbage garden?  
31. Sure:  
32. Quetzal programmed an android with all records of negating and negative forms of all group members.  
33. The results were awful.  
Well… and?  
34. These stored illogical ways of acting and thinking led to the fact that the android became crazy in all of his actions and speeches.  
Nevertheless, that is not so bad. But I don’t think it was nice of Quetzal to abuse an android for this.  
35. He developed his apparatus for this purpose; in addition, you don’t understand the whole scope of the experiment:  
36. Our androids are programed based on absolute logic in thinking and acting, and these abilities surpass even our own respective abilities and potential.  
37. Now, during the transfer of data, Quetzal also paid close attention to the fact that your own data of your work and all your efforts toward the instruction of the group members and all their interests became programmed into the second android. Thus, the exact situation arose in the two androids, which included everything that happened between you and the group members since the beginning. On the one hand, the overall view of the group members was placed into the first android, and on the other hand, your data was placed into the second android.  
38. Expecting something terrible to happen, Quetzal placed both androids in an old beamship in the vicinity of the planet Pluto, where he then activated them and they began to live.  
39. Then, on our view screens, we could watch the terrible sight.  
40. Already after a few minutes, the android programmed with your data began to become visibly ill, while our recording devices registered an action of complete helplessness.  
41. Soon, completely apathetically, he wanted to destroy himself, but then suddenly, in the very next moment, he senselessly and angrily raised his voice.  
42. Meanwhile, the second android spoke absolutely crazy words without thinking and manipulated all of the ship’s apparatuses without sense or purpose.  
43. Despite the visible internal difficulty of the android programmed with your data, he tried again and again to bring the other android stored with the illogical data to reason, which he apparently managed to do quite often.  
44. But truly, this was only apparent, for as our recording devices clearly determined, the attempts of reconciliation and reason only worked so far that the logic of the words of the android representing you released reassuring impulses, while the second android did not at all have in mind to make himself own the logical explanations.  
45. The investigations of the registry devices unambiguously proved that the negatively programmed android had developed a blatant form of self-addiction, egoism, and individualism, as well as a lust for power, and wasn’t actually determined – despite the superficial acknowledgment of the logical explanations offered to him, etc. – to assimilate them.  
46. Truly, as the recording devices unambiguously showed, he only wanted his own will to count and to enforce it, which finally went so far that your android rapidly deteriorated and suddenly became crazy.  
47. As we could see from our devices, his artificial organic brain mass slowly began to cook and to steam.  
48. Then, there was an explosion, and his head was torn up beyond all recognition.  
49. Meanwhile, the other android, who only cared about this briefly, continued to act completely illogically and, moreover, spoke very confused and crazy things.  
50. Then the moment came when he wildly and senselessly hit the ship’s equipment and created an inferno, when he accidentally touched the automatic self-destruct mechanism of the ship, and it was destroyed in an immense explosion.  
I would have wanted to see that.  
51. For us, it was proof that we had expected inhuman traits from you.  
52. What an android cannot take, a human life form cannot take either.  
53. Only through Quetzal’s test could we grasp the full scope of what had caved in on you over all the years.  
In any case, I’m still alive.  
54. Certainly, but this is just incomprehensible to us, which is why we wanted to clarify these things thoroughly, together with you.  
55. Through all of our analyses, etc., we still didn’t know enough, which is why the self-destruction of the androids had to reveal the whole scope to us.



source:  CR 137


Contact Reports volume: 4 (Plejadisch-plejarische Kontakberichte, Gespräche, Block 4)

  • Page number(s): 128-132
  • Date/time of contact: Saturday, the 18th of October 1980, 10:47 PM
  • Translator(s): Benjamin Stevens
  • Date of original translation: Wednesday, the 1st of April 2009, 5:35 AM
  • Corrections and improvements made: Benjamin Stevens 7/30/10
  • Contact person: Semjase





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