Introduction to *Star Time Convergence: Arcturus*

by Ted Denmark

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Before I began writing out the transcripts of these sessions that make up this fourth volume of the *J&T Five Star Series*, my slightly fearful recollection was that this group might be the “weak sister” of the series since I couldn’t identify very much emphasis therein on Arcturus itself, slated to be the fourth of our five star systems to be acknowledged, or any other unifying theme that would have seemed appropriate. But as I went along through the sequence of conferences, polishing out the transcripts and adding the cartoons and pictures, it became clear to me that this was going to be another really impressive set of appearances by our dear friends and family with their consultants and extraordinary Celestials, which would fully hold its place among our—still to my awareness—unique presentation of meetings with various remarkable ETs (“exotic visitors”) who have continued to make themselves available to us and anyone aware of our publications for teaching and discussion—for that is truly the objective of this new community who have the right inclination to notice the greatest issue of our times: the appearance and rightful role on Earth of intelligent life from outside our Solar System.

And just as I finished writing this first paragraph, I happened to look up and out the window in front of me to see a raven sailing past the roof just above where I was sitting and then circle out in front of the house around a tall ponderosa, indicating to me at least that someone among Them was aware of my efforts at this moment of reckoning these circumstances—as is probably often the case (!). As always, I am grateful to whomever it may anonymously be, for their clever interlude as they find the right bird to be persuaded to appear at the right moment to confirm the continuing collaboration with this “invisible college” that it has been our privilege to describe. We have learned that this is slightly amusing for Them as well.

In a similarly amusing way we heard from Ariel in an earlier volume that this ongoing series of group contacts, each lasting about an hour and packaged 14 to a book, now reaching to number 56 in Volume 4, should continue to be more about the stars—rather than the tables—but the tables, while usually being different in the various places where the meetings occur, still give shape and image at the center of the seating cartoons showing the positions of the guests and our animal contingent as well as ourselves, usually with Julie on my right and the two us at the bottom of the table across from our dear friends Hilarion and Athena, he across from me and she across from Julie.

Also often found at the table are our alter egos on shared double time-lines from future lives, Rhi and Phindar, arrayed at the half way points in between, who are intermediaries between us and the higher beings and councils who have now acknowledged us in our coached roles as “cosmic ambassadors” on Earth for the approaching groups of “non-terrestrial” beings who will now increasingly become more integrated into our various planetary cultures on Earth. This rather extraordinary revelation of ET existence or presence is often called “Disclosure,” but it is also now more obvious that it will be a more nuanced process than most of us had expected, with its inevitable timing convergence that cannot be accurately predicted—even by Them.

This amusing vein was seen to continue closer to home for me recently when a scientist on a forum recorded and put up on You Tube with fairly wide distribution, was seen to pop the inevitable question, as scientists are often seen to do in this age when the widespread extent of seemingly habitable exo-planets are being seen in the various advanced land and space-based telescopes … “Well, where are they?” This seriously engaged but slightly obtuse gentleman could not imagine that the ETs he was looking for and knew were supposed to be here—since their home planets were now known by him and his scientific colleagues to be there … could not imagine that natives of very advanced ET cultures can completely control the awareness of their presence here in a way that they deem most appropriate (!). At this stage it is still their movie, and they are not here to be discovered yet by our scientific talent scouts. And, no, they are not particularly interested in listening in and telegraphing back on radio frequency channels to confirm their presence like simpletons trying to figure out how to signal back to us. So, as we know, humor is often one of the first ways of making seemingly bizarre conditions more palatable or understandable to those who are just catching on to the real current state of affairs.

Of course the more savvy among us who have been early contactees—knowingly or not—or something similar, understand that it has more often been an odd or very dicey, if not overtly dangerous, game than a merely humorous undertaking. Perhaps “contactee” is not quite the right term since it evokes memories of Adamski’s “space brothers,” and meetings with “Venusians” et. al.—which was probably cleverly-faked spycology disinformation—but the term remained to be fulfilled by us and others as the inevitable Disclosure happens in spite of the cadres of deniers and trolls, then and now.

And we always hear the echo of that scientific rogue Carl Sagan laying down the law that extraordinary new conclusions require extraordinary new evidence, along with the echo of sci-fi gris-eminence Arthur C. Clarke, reminding us that any sufficiently advanced future technology will seem like magic to us when first encountered. But it is never easy to imagine the previously unimaginable, especially for those lacking imaginative sweep—for them it often has to start with going to the movies … in the oft helpful handholding between imaginative art and sober science … to nudge things along.

In the meantime we have realized how serious some of what we have learned has become as an ongoing experience for contactee collaborators in this volume 4, dedicated to the Earthuman ancestors from Arcturus, as will be seen towards the end by intrepid readers (who have nonetheless probably never seen a Red Rainbow {;-). This is the dark rainbow book, the shadowy remaining link of rainbow colors from the promise of fulfillment for the Creation, with darkness below and above, outlining the remaining smaller sunny side of the ridge as seen in the book-cover photos. Even if there is sky above sky, destruction of the infrastructure of nature is always deeply alarming—though it can and will recover—as I try to strengthen my attitude while being advised by our dear friends Hilarion and Athena to hold our consciousness as high as possible, even during the darkest of what we perceive as deadly losses and outrageous misfortunes on the news-lines while the recoil springs are being energized for a leap forward upon reaching a certain threshold—this is the message, however long the detour may last. Things could be so much better as well as so much worse! As our great musical poet Jimi Hendrix said of such ominous prospects, “Fall mountain, just not on me.” So, even if the mountain is going to fall, we have to cultivate our gardens and other prospects—while getting out of the way if it is possible to know the time of danger in advance. Worry, though inevitable, is never productive, and Kozmic Karma is utterly reliable in any event.

We thank our dear friends very sincerely at the end of every session for having faith in us.

[website date of publication: 5-1-2024]

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Front cover of *Star Time Convergence* (available as Kindle e-book by clicking on image to go to Ted Denmark Amazon Author Page)