Update on Jupiter Meetings with the Galactic Federation of Worlds
WRITTEN BY DR MICHAEL SALLA ON AUGUST 10, 2021
More information has become available that better clarifies what happened at a set of secret meetings that took place in the upper atmosphere of Jupiter in mid-July involving representatives from different spacefaring nations and the Galactic Federation of Worlds. Elena Danaan, who first released news of the dramatic meetings from her extraterrestrial contact, Thor Han Eredyon, has provided a diagram along with further explanatory comments that help considerably in getting a better idea of the different nations, corporations, and organizations that participated in the meetings, and the selection process for the nation that would be chiefly responsible for coordinating humanity in taking responsibility for the solar system – the USA.
In a prior article, I discussed the information received by Elena from her primary extraterrestrial contact, Thor Han, a ship commander from the Galactic Federation of Worlds who escorted some of the Earth delegates to the meetings. We also discussed the meetings in an interview released on Aug 6 (available on Rumble and YouTube).
As explained in my earlier article, these meetings are similar in function to the Yalta Conference held during the final stages of World War II. In the current scenario, these “galactic diplomacy” meetings discussed restructuring our solar system with the impending defeat of the Dark Fleet, Draco Empire, Orion Alliance, and their corporate partners, the Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate (ICC). I’ve discussed these developments in previous articles, along with corroborating evidence, which you can read here and here.
After our interview, Elena sent me a diagram explaining the sequence of meetings that took place above Jupiter. The diagram succinctly describes what happened, along with her comments for each stage of the meetings. Based on the sequence of meetings, it appears that the chief purpose was a selection process to determine which spacefaring nation would be primarily responsible for coordinating all human space operations and liaising with the Galactic Federation.
Elena Danaan Illustration of Jupiter Meetings in sequence
Here is how Elena summarized the meetings in her own words based on Thor Han’s initial messages and what she has subsequently learned.
There was a series of meetings and this had been going on for a while. Each Terran group attending these meetings combined space force military officials and progressive corporation CEOs. There were twelve meetings at first, occurring as twelve separate groups. Each group was composed of officials from galactic institutions, auditing a specific Earth nation’s representatives in the space military and corporate domains.
Put simply, the Galactic Federation was reviewing Earth’s spacefaring nations in terms of their respective capabilities, histories and leadership potential. In his initial message to Elena, Thor Han said, “there are actually fourteen countries involved in space programs, who were represented there.” In other words, the 12 meetings involved representatives from 14 countries with space programs with officials from the Galactic Federation, and other extraterrestrial organizations.
These are the 12 countries that have signed the Artemis Accords, which are a set of bilateral agreements between the US and other spacefaring nations, which set out the guidelines for how signatories are to behave and coordinate in space affairs: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and the United States.
There are also six countries that have national space programs but to date have not signed the Artemis Accords. These are: China, France, Germany, India, Israel, and Russia. Of these, only China and Russia are not expected to sign on to the Accords anytime soon, but that could quickly change with the outcome of the Jupiter meetings.
If only 14 out of these 18 nations participated in the Jupiter meetings, then two possibilities come to mind for why four did not participate. First, it can be speculated that some of the smaller nations, e.g., Luxembourg and New Zealand, delegated to larger neighboring nations to represent their space interests.
A second possibility is that the European Space Agency, headquartered in Paris, officially represented the interests of France, Germany, Italy, and Luxembourg. While the United Kingdom does participate in some European Space Agency programs, it maintains a separate national space program and works closely with the US NASA program.
By “progressive corporation CEOs”, Thor Han was very likely referring to representatives from companies such as SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Virgin Galactic, as opposed to CEO’s from older larger aerospace corporations such as Boeing, Airbus, Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, etc., which worked with the now-discredited Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate, a major ally of the German Dark Fleet.
Prominent CEOs such as Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Richard Branson therefore almost certainly attended the Jupiter meetings. This is supported by recent flights into space by both Bezos and Branson. Branson flew to the edge of space (defined by US authorities as 50 miles altitude) on July 11 in a Virgin Galactic craft. He was followed by Bezos, who flew into space on July 20 in a crewed Blue Origin flight. These two very public space flight events, it turns out, were covers for Branson and Bezos to attend the Jupiter meetings.
Musk very likely attended the Jupiter meetings using another mode of transportation and cover story. The cover story appeared on July 23, when Musk announced that SpaceX had been awarded a contract to launch NASA’s “Europa Clipper” mission to Jupiter’s moon Europa in October 2024. That means that around the same time Branson and Bezos were involved with their trips to the edge of space, Musk was working with NASA officials on an announcement concerning a future mission to Jupiter. A plausible cover story for Musk secretly flying to Jupiter to attend the meetings.
What’s noteworthy here in NASA’s announcement of the Europa Clipper mission is its recent behavior of increasingly awarding contracts for space exploration to SpaceX or Blue Origin rather than older established aerospace corporations. This is critical circumstantial evidence that there has been a major change in how space is being managed by national governments and the aerospace corporations they are supporting through the contractual process.
Elena went on to explain what happened after the initial set of 12 meetings.
Then, three big meetings occurred: the first of the three meetings was a gathering of six selected nations’ programs. The second meeting gathered a selected group of four from this previous group of six, to decide who would be best able to lead the group of six. The third and final agreement was between the galactic representatives and the winning nation selected from the previous group of four.
Elena says that Thor Han was forbidden from identifying the different nations participating in the meetings. It can be speculated that the six nations that participated in the first of the three final meetings were those with the oldest and largest functioning national space programs. These are in order of their first satellite launches: Russia (1957), the United States (1958), France (1962), Britain (1962), China (1970), and Japan (1970).
It should be noted that the first five nations from this group of six, are all permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. Each has a long history of being deeply involved in Security Council decisions concerning international affairs. It is therefore no great surprise that this same group of nations would perform a similar function for regulating human activities in our solar system.
It can be further speculated that the four countries that participated in the penultimate meeting out of which the Galactic Federation would choose the nation that would be given the responsibility of coordinating all Earth’s nations in space affairs were the US, Russia, China, and France.
From this group, the Galactic Federation chose the US as the nation with the most support from the total group of 14 nations and the CEOs of the space companies in attendance.
Elena went on to give more details about the different galactic organizations that met with the 14 Earth delegations in choosing the leadership team that the Galactic Federation would coordinate with in the future:
So the delegations of the Galactic Federation of Worlds, Council of Five and Andromedan Council, audited separately different Earth officials responsible for Space forces and progressive corporations, to determine safety zones and who would serve best the interests of the many. The Galactic Federation of Worlds only wants to work with a unified global civilization, not with a compound of different rival space forces playing power games.
Thor Han said that there are actually fourteen countries involved in space programs, but a top six have programs that were recognized by the Galactic Federation of Worlds as most progressive and durable, and fit to join forces with them. The eight remaining others were in for commercial accords benefiting the many. Thor Han was also speaking about a “horizontal” coalition of these top six, coming up as a unified space department under the leadership of the US.
What makes the scenario described by Elena and Thor Han credible is that it is consistent with what is known about the Artemis Accords, which are growing in popularity among spacefaring nations. This growing space alliance is organized around the US at its core. In contrast, an attempt by Russia and China to promote a rival international space coalition through their joint International Lunar Research Station initiative has gathered no support.
It’s therefore very understandable why the Galactic Federation and affiliated galactic organizations—Andromeda Council and Council of Five—would choose the US as the go-to nation for future collaboration between the Federation and the rest of humanity.
Finally, Elena drew a graphic of what Thor Han saw departing after the penultimate meeting. Three spacecraft were seen carrying the unsuccessful delegates of the nations not chosen to lead the Earth in future coordination with the Galactic Federation. Elena says that two of the craft carried the Russian and Chinese delegations that were unhappy with the outcome. The third craft, according to Elena and my speculation, carried the French delegation. The cigar-shaped craft presumably belonged to the US Navy’s Solar Warden space program.
Elena Danaan drawing of the 3 craft carrying delegations from penultimate Jupiter meeting.
In conclusion, there is significant circumstantial evidence that the Jupiter meetings happened in mid-July involving 14 nations and CEOs of relatively new aerospace companies. First, the number of nations in attendance (14) is close to the number of known spacefaring nations (18). Second, the flights to the edge of space by Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos were very likely cover stories for them physically attending the Jupiter meetings. Third, Musk’s announcement of SpaceX’s selection to launch the 2024 Europa Clipper Mission shows that Jupiter was very much on his mind during the meetings.
Finally, the growing acceptance of the Artemis Accords by leading spacefaring nations—with the exceptions of China and Russia—makes it very plausible that the Galactic Federation chose the USA as the go-to nation for future communications and coordination in deep space.
© Michael E. Salla, Ph.D.
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