1 PSYCHO-SCIENTIFIC FRONTIERS Selected publications from a variety of subjects of psycho-scientific research. Editor: Rolf Linnemann (Certificated Engineer) * Steinweg 3b * 32108 Bad Salzuflen * Tel. (05222) 6558 Internet : http://www.psychowissenschaften.de E-Mail : RoLi@psygrenz.de Translator’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org Copy of the second edition of the year 1993 Title: When the need is greatest… Source : UFO-Studiengruppe Reutlingen Mediums : Certificated engineer Hermann Ilg, Zaisentalstrasse 95 72760 Reutlingen The copying and distribution of these copies is explicitly encouraged and is not covered by any copyright. ________________________________________________________________________________________ Preface by the editor The Badische Zeitung (A German Newspaper) called certified engineer and senior building expert Hermann Ilg from Reutlingen, “The most important UFO researcher of Southern Germany” in its edition number 155/8 from July 20th 1996. The article, taking up half a page of this newspaper, states amongst other things that: “He had the greatest aversion to unreliability”. Hermann Ilg had both of his feet firmly planted in factual realism. He had studied civil engineering and was involved in the planning of roads, bridges and intersections. “I have become accustomed to logical thinking trough this”, said Ilg, who only believed in things that were absolutely verifiable. The backdrop of his UFO career was Ravensburg in Upper Swabia, where a close friend of his, a priest, observed six rapidly flying disks racing in the direction of Lake Constance from a window of his chapel. The clergyman ran against a wall of ignorance with his inquiries in those days. “An observatory told him that he was the victim of an optical illusion”. This amateurism annoyed Ilg. He was also fortunate to have observed a UFO. He compared NASA, who searches space for extra-terrestrial life with radio waves, to a “tribal chief” sitting in the jungle searching for other tribes with drum signals. When no reply is forthcoming, he assumes: “We are alone on this world.” This simplicity horrified the civil engineer. The conference rooms were always packed when a lecture by Ilg was announced. He had detailed knowledge about the art of space travel and way of life of the SANTINER. Their UFO’S had to bridge a distance of 40 billion kilometres, more than 4.3 light-years. Thanks to their space technology, the flight is of short duration. It only takes a “thought impulse” to manoeuvre their huge cigar-shaped mother ships close to Earth. Ilg called this type of locomotion: “psycho-dynamics”. The reception they received from our world was something that annoyed Ilg utterly. “They send interceptors to meet them and call them invaders!” Astronauts have known about the flying visits of the SANTINER for some time, but NASA put a muzzle on them. (See “Zukunftsszenarien” by Karl Schnelting) The threat of withholding retirement benefits stopped many an insider from making the facts public. Making these actual events known wouldn’t just upset one book, but whole bookshelves . The theological and political view of the world would collapse. Ilg chose his words carefully, as he knew too well that society isn’t mature enough for his message. “But once the geo-central view has been conquered” he said; “only infinity remains”. But one doesn’t feel lost at all within this infinity, one feels uplifted by a “wonderful” FORCE: The universal VIBRATIONS of LOVE, which unite the cosmos.