In 1977, NASA launched two Voyager spacecraft to study the planets Jupiter and Saturn then to continue on into deep space. Today, these now interstellar probes are at the very distant edges of our solar system, crossing the bow shock region leading to interstellar space. The probes contained the famous “gold disks” and a personal message from Kurt Waldheim stating: “As the Secretary General of the United Nations, an organizations of the 147 member states who represent almost all of the human inhabitants of the planet earth. I send greetings on behalf of the people of our planet. We step out of our solar system into the universe seeking only peace and friendship, to teach if we are called upon, to be taught if we are fortunate. We know full well that our planet and all its inhabitants are but a small part of the immense universe that surrounds us and it is with humility and hope that we take this step.”
This message has now found it’s way into the hands of the galactic Zorbon, a highly evolved silicon & carbide based, shape shifting life form. The Zorbon now returns to Earth to audit the progress of the planet and it’s 7 billion inhabitants.