C: In 1960, and I can provide you with the document: we have put together and formulated, NASA did, a book that they call Outer Space Law. It would not be until the 1970s that the question of the legal rights of a sentient being, not of this world, even came into play. And you know what those rights are? There aren’t any.
K: Still to this day, you’re saying.
C: A lab animal would have more rights than one of our visitors. And yet they are vastly superior to us in intellect and even in spirituality. They would permit themselves to be killed – many of them would, many of the species – other than to do something that would cause us to get injured or killed. And forgive me [emotional], but this is what I’m trying to avoid.
K: I understand. OK, so, they, in a certain sense, would sacrifice themselves because they have a deeper understanding of what’s really going on than we do.
Two or three times I got out of the UFO field but you want me to tell you a little secret? You can’t. There are people out there and I’m one of them…it’s not about money. God, I wish it was. We could be going outside of the cosmos visiting other solar systems, other planets outside of our own. But when we do this it’s going to be that we are going to have a spiritual heightening. In other words, we are going to have to care what happens to the other guy.