We sometimes get questions about how star beings travel across the KHAA from one point to another. In the Wes Penre Papers (WPP), I (Wes) explained how nano-travel works, but is this the only way to travel? Also, how fast is nano-travel (traveling with thoughts) compared to, let’s say, speed of light? This FAQ is attempting to answer these questions in more detail and in one place.
Regarding the speed of thought, here’s an exercise: close your eyes and then think yourself to the neighbor’s house/apartment. You perceive that as quite instant, right? Now, think yourself to the moon. Did you notice any difference in speed? Probably not. So, it doesn’t matter if you think yourself to the moon or the other side of the universe–you will basically perceive it as the same “speed.” What we consider the Universe (KHAA) ultimately exists inside of us, but in order to have a mutual experience among star races, etc., we project our inside outwards. It’s quite similar to a film projector. The film is inside the projector, but we watch it on a movie screen, outwards and outside the projector.
The blueprint for the KHAA/Greater Universe is like a spider web. When astronomers photograph the Universe in infrared, they can see it (see picture above). However, we can’t see this spider web with our naked eyes–it’s beyond the narrow spectrum of visible light, which human bodies are limited to. The strands that make up the spider web are the universal highways, upon which thoughts travel from one point to another. The space between the strands is the VOID, i.e. a part of the KHAA where nothing is yet created. Then, you might say that there must be different speed of thoughts depending on which highway you choose. In a sense this is correct, but it’s so marginal that the mind does not notice it.
What we’re talking about here is souls who travel without 3D physical bodies. This is where shapeshifting applies. The soul can travel from one place to another and manifest herself in any shape and form she wishes at the destination by decreasing her frequency. We will fall into this category when we leave the Matrix.
It’s my understanding that virtually all star races start their evolution as “physical” beings–each star race having their own physical template (human-like, reptilian, bird-like, etc.), and even when they leave their physical form behind, they usually manifest in shape of this original template because that’s their signature. However, if they want to mingle with another star race and want to blend in, they can take on other forms, such as that of the particular star race their are visiting. Our original template is that of the Namlu’u, so that is probably how we will manifest by default, although we can take other shapes and forms, as well. We will be able to travel across dimensions and also choose to mingle with the 3D Universe when we wish to. In this state, we are creator gods, and we can create our own worlds and environments and populate them with our own soul energy–we can make them 3D, if we want to (think “Q” in Star Trek–that’s how it works. Q is nano-traveling, and he’s a creator god).
Then, we have star races who are 3D just like humans on Earth, but they are of a slightly higher density than we are. They live and evolve on planets, stars, or elsewhere (something we can’t completely grasp right now). As they evolve, they might or might not build spacecraft in order to travel from one point to another. There are hubs (star gates) leading from one point to another–similar to Star Trek, but not completely–which can be used, so these 3D beings can travel on the spider web strands, as well. They might meet other star races over time and start trading with them–even starting wars if they are so inclined.
However, this kind of travel and interaction is cumbersome, time consuming, and limited. Later on in their evolution, they will usually learn about nano-travel, i.e. they stay in their home environment and travel with thought (they send out fires across the dimensions or when they want to travel to another location in the Universe). They realize this is much faster, and eventually, they make a choice whether to continue being 3D beings, physically stuck on a planet or star, or to abandon these relatively solid bodies and become non-physical, so they can travel instantly and manifest wherever they want in no-time. It’s up to the star race what they want to do.
When I wrote the WPP, I had a source that is from the KHAA, and we discussed these matters. Most star beings, unless they want to be genuine creator gods, have some kind of physical existence in one solar system or another, but can also leave their bodies at will through nano-travel. Thus, they can meet with other star races far away and trade with them, using the spider web–the intergalactic highways. They manifest (like “Q”) on the other end to trade, or whatever they wish to do. Then they return home. If they are trading something “physical,” they use technology to get merchandise from here to there (almost like we use the postal service).
Regarding star maps: yes, star maps are used when someone has never heard about a certain location and can’t visualize it. This is used in greater capacity by star beings who are physical and want to nano-travel somewhere. It is my understanding that because we humans were creator gods already from the start, we have a lot of choices when we leave the Matrix. And we don’t need star maps that often. We think ourselves to Orion or the Queen, for example, and there we are…
On occasion, star gates are owned and guarded–particularly if those who guard them feel threatened (or it could be for other reasons, too). Star beings, who want to pass through a star gate, might need to address their reason for passing through. This is if they use the star gates; nonphysical beings don’t need to use them. You can compare the latter with a ghost being able to pass through walls.