Esmeralda ~ Kris Won ~ 6 April 2012
By Kris Won
E S M E R A L D A
Greetings to all our brothers and sisters,
Here speaking with you is Esmeralda, also a member of the crew of a
small spaceship whose Commander is Espallán, who has previously spoken
with you, as well as my other sister, Salomé, who has also contacted you
before. There are still two more crew members of our spaceship that
have not spoken with you yet, but who will when the time is right. Kris
Won, the channel that we use to communicate with you, knows the name of
the two other spaceship crew members who have not as yet communicated
My particular mission in the spaceship is, mainly, to pick up,
classify, and in some cases, genetically modify the plant samples that
we gather from the surface of Gaia, your planet, as well as from the
bottom of the ocean.
I also carry out artificial photosynthesis treatments with millions
of trees in all of your continents, for which we have to keep on moving
about constantly from place to place in your forests, plains/prairies,
and mountain chains.
In some cases, I also apply a special treatment to rocky formations,
ravines, narrow gorges, etc. of some mountains in order to avoid a
corrosive erosion that could, in the long term, damage them; and on
occasion, (also) to the icebergs in frozen areas of your planet, like
Greenland, the Antarctic or Alaska, among others, where we emit cooling
gases in order to prevent them from melting as a consequence of the rise
in planetary temperatures, produced from the increase in the solar
flares of your Star, the Sun.
Many of you blame the gas ejections to the atmosphere – like the
aerosols or the gases from the car exhaust pipes or the airplane
turbines – as the agents that are provoking what is called “the
greenhouse effect”, but even though it has a negative effect on the
pollution of your Oxygen-rich atmosphere, it does so to a small degree;
nevertheless, I must tell you that the main reason for the increase in
temperatures that you have been suffering for the last few years is due
to the solar flares, which reach your atmosphere in the form of
radiation and a very intense heat.
The closer your planet of your Solar System is to the Sun, the more
intense it suffers the effects of those immense solar flares that occur
in its corona, and your planet is the third closest to your star, behind
Mercury and Venus.
This increase in solar flares, clearly visible from your
observatories, has been caused by the entrance of your star along with
all its planets orbiting it, in a strip that is directly influenced by
the photonic and radioactive effects of the Central Sun of the Milky
Way, which is the name you give your Galaxy….
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