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Contact Report 136

EnglishGerman Billy:Billy:I am tremendously glad that you came. I am so happy that you came. Semjase:Semjase:1. Last week, we did not have enough time, I know. 1. We didn't have enough time last week, I know. 2. You still wanted to discuss some things with me. 2. You still wanted to discuss a few things with me. 3. Now is the time. 3. Now is the time. Billy:Billy:It concerns our quite precarious financial situation. I wanted to ask you in this connection whether or not my idea is a good one, which is that we look for work that we can perform ourselves at home so that we do not only have to work abroad. It is our very precarious financial situation. I wanted to ask you in this regard whether my idea is good that we look for a job that we can do at home so that we don't have to work away from home. Semjase:Semjase:4. Certainly, the idea is of good value, but it might not be able to be realized as quickly as what is, indeed, necessary for you. 4. Sure, the idea is of good value, but it may not come to fruition as quickly as you might need. Billy:Billy:And why not? And why not? Semjase:Semjase:5. Are you yourself aware of the full consequences of your serious financial situation? 5. Are you aware of the full implications of your dire financial situation? Billy:Billy:Recently, I handed you a list with the request that you would look this over and then give us the appropriate advice. I recently handed you a corresponding list, with the request that you should deal with it once and then give us some advice. Semjase:Semjase:6. We have surely already done this. 6. We did that too, sure. 7. And my advice that was given last week concerning these interests corresponded to our detailed examination of the facts. 7. And my advice last week on these matters was in line with our thorough fact-finding. Billy:Billy:Yes, and? Yes and? Semjase:Semjase:8. Are you really not aware of all of the consequences? 8. Are you really unaware of the scope? Billy:Billy:In recent months, I have no longer occupied myself with the financial situation. I only did this last week because there were bills to pay, for which no money was available. In the last few months I haven't dealt with the financial anymore. I did this again only last week, when bills had to be paid, for which there was no money. Semjase:Semjase:9. And, of course, you've paid them back with funds that you've borrowed, as I know. 9. And which of course you paid back with funds that you borrowed, as I know. 10. It is high time that the group members remove Elsi from the financial sector and that you learn to take over this matter. 10. It is time for the group members to remove Elsi from finance and for you to learn and take over this subject. Billy:Billy:I see that you have already contemplated this again. Then now you must know this well. Oh, you've already figured that out again. Well, then you just know now. Semjase:Semjase:11. It is not right how you act. 11. It is not right how you act. 12. You're the one who, in every respect, does the most important and comprehensive and rigorous work, and furthermore, you have accumulated a financial debt on your behalf, just so that you can keep everyone who would be responsible for the building of the center and all things from sinking. 12. You are the one you do the most important, most comprehensive and strictest work in every respect, and you are also running a financial debt in your name, just so that you can keep afloat all those who would be responsible for building the Centers and all things. 13. This is in no way right and is very regrettable. 13. That is in no way correct and very unfortunate. 14. As we have calculated, today, a debt rests upon you which lies on the border of 90,000 francs. 14. As we have calculated, you have a debt today that reaches the limit of 90,000 francs. 15. And all this for expenses that must basically go to the expense of the group members, who also have a large financial debt to be repaid themselves - together with ongoing expenses. 15. And all of this for expenses that should have essentially been borne by the group, which itself also has to pay off a large financial debt - in addition to ongoing expenses. Billy:Billy:We are neither your financial geniuses nor rich. We are your financial geniuses and we are not rich either. Semjase:Semjase:16. Nevertheless, the budget should have been led differently before it came as far as it stands today. 16. Nevertheless, the financial budget should have been managed differently before things could get as far as they are today. 17. Everything can now only be saved by a radical measure, which must also begin already in the month of November. 17. Everything can now only be saved through a radical measure, which must also begin as early as November. 18. If this date is not kept, then it will still take, at the latest, six months before the collapse finally becomes unavoidable because the debt repayment rates will rise immeasurably for you. 18. If this point in time is not adhered to, then it will take no more than six months before the collapse becomes finally inevitable, because the debt repayment rates rise immeasurably for you. 19. Already in the month of November, you must apply a monthly average of around 7,500 francs towards the necessary payments and the debt repayments. 19. In the coming month of November you will have to raise a monthly average of around CHF 7,500 for the necessary payments and the repayment of debts. 20. This amount, however, will unstoppably increase each additional month for you if you cannot collect it, whereby the amount mentioned is to be paid monthly for about six years. 20. This amount increases unstoppably for you with every additional month if you cannot collect it, whereby the amount mentioned then has to be paid monthly for about six years. 21. Still, you will be able to make this payment; However, it represents the outermost limit of your capabilities if our advice concerning the work is followed, as I explained last week. 21. You can still make this payment, but it is the utmost limit of your possibility if our advice on work is followed, as I explained last week. 22. In addition to this, you are to be concerned with procuring work, including any that can be performed at the Center during any free minutes; Otherwise, the required amount will not be reached. 22. In addition, it is advisable that you get work that you can do in the center in every possible free minute, otherwise you will not be able to collect the required amount. 23. In addition to all of this, it is necessary that you finally take the financial management into your own hands and regulate everything in the best manner. 23. In addition to all of this, it is necessary that you finally take the financial management into your own hands and regulate everything for the best. 24. This is the only way that you can be saved from this serious situation and overcome the difficulties. 24. Only in this way can you save the dire situation and conquer the difficulties. 25. You only have about three weeks of time to begin the necessary financing in order to be able to regulate everything and lead it to success. 25. But you only have around three weeks to learn the necessary finance to be able to regulate everything and lead it to success. 26. This means that you need to take all of the financing away from Elsi because she does not understand anything about this but only manages the debt in a thoughtless manner. 26. That means, however, that you have to take the whole financial affairs out of Elsi's hand, because she doesn't understand anything about it, just about getting into debt in a thoughtless manner. Billy:Billy:Okay, a counter-speech would probably be senseless. Nevertheless, I would like to say that the accounting should be led further by Evi under my control, while Jacobus keeps his office as Treasurer. That would already help me tremendously. Okay, arguing would be pointless. Nevertheless, I would like to say that the bookkeeping should continue to be managed by Evi under my control, while Jacobus keeps his position as cashier. That would help me a lot. Semjase:Semjase:27. Nothing is to be objected if you maintain control over this. 27. There is nothing wrong with that if you are in control of it. 28. What you absolutely still have to do, however, is this: 28. What you still have to do is this: 29. Sit out tomorrow or the following day and gather all data and facts, in order, then, to prepare an exact account with a budget plan and the payback possibilities. 29. Sit down tomorrow or the day after tomorrow and put all the data and facts together in order to then work out an exact billing with a budget plan and the amortization options. 30. Then, submit to me your exact plan, and I will then get together with a friend for advice if necessary, one who is concerned with such earthly matters. 30. Then submit your precise plan to me, according to which I will then, if necessary, bring you together for advice with a friend who deals with such earthly matters. Billy:Billy:And where should I find this friend, then? And where should I find this friend then? Semjase:Semjase:31. This concerns a friend on my end, one from our own ranks. 31. It's a friend on my part, one of our ranks. Billy:Billy:Oh so - and - you think that he might be able to advise me? Oh - and - you think that he might really be able to advise me? Semjase:Semjase:32. Surely, because he has concerned himself for four months with the earthly financial system. 32. Sure, because he has been dealing with earthly finance for four months. Billy:Billy:Ha, and he thinks that ... Ha, and he thinks ... Semjase:Semjase:33. You forget that completely different learning opportunities are offered to us. 33. You forget that we are offered completely different learning opportunities. Billy:Billy:Oh, of course, I forgot, but I will strive in a good manner and after the best opportunities toward this unpleasant task, even if I completely have to go against the grain. But I would still like to say that I want to form a group within the group, with which I can carry out this work, and I could exercise control over it. My experience tells me that in such things, a certain caution must be taken because only too quickly, one can fall under the suspicion of the Earth people that one pushes his finances into their own pockets. Indeed, I already have enough enemies who, only too gladly, would want to slide such machinations into my shoes. Oh, of course, I forgot, but I will still do this unpleasant task in good shape and as best I can, even if it goes completely against the grain of me. But I would like to say that I would like to form a committee in the group with which I carry out this work and which should exercise control over everything. My experience tells me that a certain degree of caution has to be exercised in such matters, because it is only too quickly that one comes under the suspicion among the people of the earth that one is managing finances in one's own pocket. I have enough enemies who are only too happy to blame me for such machinations. Semjase:Semjase:34. Sure, I understand your desire, and it is not so unreasonable. 34. Sure, I understand your wish, and it is not so unjustified. 35. Similar things have already been repeatedly imputed to you by several group members. 35. Something similar has already been said to you several times by opposing group members. Billy:Billy:Exactly. But despite everything, there will be a problem, namely Elsi. I doubt whether her reasoning in her own stubbornness is sufficient for her to understand everything and all of the requirements. If she has already exclaimed that when the Moor had done his duty, it was just so that he could go, then I guess all kinds of things just aren't right in the land of Bohemia any more. Just. But despite everything, there is one problem, namely Elsi. Whether their stubborn reason is sufficient to understand everything and the whole requirement, I doubt that. If she already exclaims that it is just the way it is, that if the Mohr has done his duty, that he can then go, then, I guess, all sorts of things are no longer true in the land of Bohemia. Semjase:Semjase:36. That was very thoughtless and unjust of her, but it can be hoped that she reflects upon her reasoning and sees all things in the right light again and then, accordingly, begins to act correctly. 36. That is extremely careless and unjust of her, but is to be assumed resp. to hope that she will reflect on her reason and see all things in the right light again and will then act correctly. 37. In addition to this, there is something else that the other group members must properly recognize. 37. And here something else, which all other group members must also recognize as truthful and correct. 38. If one of you can truly find work that can be performed in the Center, then furnish your night watch in such a way that alternately per night, two group members perform the watch; during that time, however, they should work on reaching the required financial means. 38. When you have found a job that you like to do in the center, set up your night watch so that two group members take turns to watch each night, but during the time they are supposed to work in order to provide the necessary financial resources . 39. For two days apiece, the two group members should alternate themselves between the watch and the work, before the next two members take over this task for the following two days. 39. Every two days, two group members should alternate in the watch and work, before the next two take over this task for the next two days. 40. The arrangement of the night watch, then, should be that your wife and Eva divide the watch and the work between themselves, then Jacobus and Madeleine, then Elsi and Bernadette, and then Engelbert together with Mary. 40. The division of the night watch should then be such that your wife and Eva share the watch and work together, then Jacobus and Madeleine, then Elsi and Bernadette and Engelbert with Maria together. 41. Also, any possible leisure time should be spent towards the necessary work; otherwise, the required amount will not be acquired. 41. Any free time should also be used for the required work, otherwise the required amount will not be worked out. Billy:Billy:That's a damn hard route. Damn hard way. Semjase:Semjase:42. Certainly, but unfortunately, it's unavoidable. 42. Certainly, but unfortunately inevitable. Billy:Billy:Hopefully, we can find suitable work and, moreover, within the required period of time. I'm clumsy with just one hand. Hopefully we will find a suitable job and also in the required period. And I'm not clumsy with just one hand either. Semjase:Semjase:43. You are not to participate in this work because you should finally try to do over again everything that you have neglected to do throughout all of the recent years. 43. You should not participate in this work, because you should finally try to rework everything that you have missed over the last few years. 44. That is several times greater and harder work than what is to be performed by the group members as a result of the serious financial situation. 44. This is several times more and heavier work than that to be done by the group members because of the dire financial situation. Billy:Billy:Nevertheless, I will also work if the time permits me and if I need a little variety. Nevertheless, I will also be active when I have the time and when I need a little variety. Semjase:Semjase:45. Yes, certainly. You cannot omit that, and you also cannot go without variety, as I know. 45. Sure, you can't fail to do that, and you can't do it without a change, as I know. 46. ​​You can try this, but you cannot neglect the work for the mission any longer. 46. ​​But then you must no longer neglect the work for the mission. 47. You should promise me this. 47. You should promise me that. Billy:Billy:I give you my promise. I will. Promised. Semjase:Semjase:48. Your time will often be lacking for you, however, because you will occasionally be absent from the center. 48. You will still often lack your time because you will be absent from the center on various occasions. Billy:Billy:What do you mean by that? What do you mean by that? Semjase:Semjase:49. I speak of the fact that during the coming months and years, we will often order you to us and will still have different jobs for you to perform other than just those dealing with moderate instruction work. 49. That we will call you to us more often over the next few months and years and that we also have other work for you than just the work you have to do as an instructor. Billy:Billy:Do you mean that I will not only have to perform my dictating and writing tasks? You mean that I don't just have to do my dictation and typing? Semjase:Semjase:50. Surely, because we still have different tasks for you, and we have also planned to inform you about different interests. 50. Sure, because we have other tasks for you, and we have also planned to instruct you on various matters. Billy:Billy:You're joking with me. I enjoy you. Semjase:Semjase:51. This must be, however. 51. But it has to be. Billy:Billy:Well, then it shall be. By the way, things will already start to get somewhat better with the writing, once you transmit the reports to me. Well, then it's supposed to. Incidentally, writing will be a little better again if you send me the reports. Semjase:Semjase:52. Sure, I know. 52. Sure, I know. 53. But you should still pay very much attention to your health. 53. Only, you should still be very careful about your health. Billy:Billy:It has, however, improved tremendously. But it has improved a lot. Semjase:Semjase:54. Certainly. Nevertheless, mindfulness and caution are necessary. 54. Sure, but still mindfulness and caution are required. Billy:Billy:Of course, it has already looked bad enough. Of course, it looked bad enough. Semjase:Semjase:55. That is correct. 55. That's right. 56. Some has improved itself, but now you must prepare for your circulatory system difficulties; they will lead to a health collapse in at least two years if you do not concern yourself better with this. 56. Some things have improved, but your circulatory system is now causing you difficulties, so bad that it will lead to a breakdown in health in two years at the latest if you don't take better care of it. Billy:Billy:It will certainly improve again. That will definitely improve again. Semjase:Semjase:57. That is to be hoped for. 57. That is to be hoped. 58. But now, my friend, I would like to speak of those things concerning the future, which I promised to reveal to you at this time. 58. But now, my friend, I would like to speak of those things which are of the future nature and which I promised to tell you this time. Billy:Billy:Fine, then fire away. Fine, then let's go. Semjase:Semjase:59.Sure, so list: 59.Sure, so hear: 60. It will be ... 60. It will be ... Billy:Billy:One moment, please, because I still have a question, before I forget it. Just a moment, please, I have one more question before I forget it. Semjase:Semjase:61. Just ask. 61. Just a question. Billy:Billy:Good, thank you. To what extent is it necessary that the group members become involved in the work? Good thank you. To what extent is it necessary for group members to participate in the work? Semjase:Semjase:62. Even if only one does not invest himself into this necessary measure, then a quick end will be inevitable. 62. If even a single one does not fit in with this required measure, then a quick end is inevitable. 63. In addition, it is necessary that those group members, who are not residents of the Center and who only stay there occasionally, also cooperate. 63. However, it is also necessary that those group members work who do not live in the center and who only stay there temporarily. Billy:Billy:Good, that is clear. Then I would still like to ask about the time that you explained to me when, within some years, everything should have progressed so far that we would not have to work outside of the Center any more. Well that's clear. Then I would like to ask about the time when you explained to me that within a few years everything should be so far that we would no longer have to work away from the center. Semjase:Semjase:64. That was before we knew the precise data. 64. That was before we knew the exact dates. 65. After its cognizance, we have now recognized that the time will not be sufficient for some years if you cannot find significant employment that brings enough money into the center. 65. After taking note of this, we realized that a few years will not be enough if you cannot find a relevant job that will bring you enough in at the center. 66. This would also mean that external employment would still need to be executed for at least about twelve years. 66. This would mean that the external employment would have to be carried out for at least another twelve years. 67. But this will allow itself to be regulated, as the coming time will prove. 67. But how this can be regulated will only be shown in the coming time. 68. New insights, which we received during a look into the future, promise that there is hardly a livelihood to be found in the center without external employment. 68. The latest findings, which we have gained through a future look-out, promise that there will be hardly any livelihoods in the center without being away from home. 69. Yet we await this because much can still change in this relation, even though it does not look likely in the distant future. 69. But let's wait and see, because much can still change in this relationship, although the longer future does not look like it. Billy:Billy:Thus, we wait. So wait and see. Semjase:Semjase:70.Sure, because we must first see how everything will turn out in the coming time. 70. Sure, because first we have to see how everything will turn out in the coming time. 71. We can't give ourselves high hopes, however, because one of the two possibilities of our look into the future shows that a livelihood resulting from work being performed in the Center looks bleak. 71. We cannot, however, have high hopes for ourselves, because one of the two possibilities of our future view looks bleak with regard to getting by with work that could be done in the center. Billy:Billy:Well, that is clear. Now, I have a question about the teachings and the corresponding examinations. Well that's clear. But now I have one more question about teaching and the corresponding exams. Semjase:Semjase:72. Obviously, the lessons must be learned and be moderately studied further, but in accordance with the given circumstances, we must make some mandatory restrictions and exercise a certain indulgence. 72. Of course, the teaching has to be learned further in the course of studies, but depending on the circumstances, we have to make restrictions for better or worse and exercise a certain leniency. 73. This does not mean, however, that we can accept non-effort and non-learning. 73. But that does not mean that we can accept failure and failure to learn. 74. We will simply make certain restrictions and exercise a little indulgence. 74. We'll just make certain restrictions and be a little lenient. Billy:Billy:I find this to be right, but how are the examinations going to be accomplished now, and how does it stand with the printing of additional books? I think that's correct; but how should the exams be carried out and what about the printing of further books? Semjase:Semjase:75. With respect to the tests, I will instruct you during my next visit on Thursday or Friday because we still have some points to clarify in this regard. 75. With regard to the exams, I will instruct you on my next visit on Thursday or Friday, because we still have a few points to clarify in this regard. 76. Concerning the making of additional books, the arrangement that we already made is valid for the fulfillment of the twelve-month period. If the twelve months prove themselves to be useful, then you should be producing one to three more books per year in the printing process, whereby these annually running enterprises, depending on the scale, will require a sum of 25,000 francs to be used. 76. As far as the production of further books is concerned, what we have ordered applies to the fulfillment of the twelve-month period, after which one to three further books should be printed per current year, if the twelve months prove to be useful, depending on the size A total of 25,000 francs should then be used for these annually running companies. Billy:Billy:Does it lie in our sole discretion, then, as to which writings we allow to be printed? So it is at our discretion which fonts we should print? Semjase:Semjase:77. Sura. 77. Sure. Billy:Billy:Good, I think that this is fair. Do you have, in this connection, still further things for us? Well I think this is fair. Do you have any other things for us in this regard? Semjase:Semjase:78. No. 78. No. Billy:Billy:Very well, then I only have a question regarding the Pfeiffenberger family and still a final question regarding the instruction of Madeleine, Dorit, and Rose. I have carefully considered this point myself in the meantime, whereby I have also discovered that they, like also my wife, have very great difficulties with learning. Their problem, however, is actually with the language. For me, I simply have problems with time if I should also still settle these additional tasks. It would be much easier if the group members concerned would simply note all of those things that are unintelligible to them as questions, after which I could then take the time, at my sole discretion, to discuss those questions with them. Very well, then I only have one question about the Pfeiffenberger family and one last question relates to teaching Madeleine, Dorit, and Rose. In the meantime I have thought carefully about this point, and I also came across the fact that my cannibal also has quite great difficulties with learning. But your problem is actually the language. There are just temporary problems for me when I am supposed to do this additional work. Wouldn't it be much more clever if the group members in question simply wrote down all those things than questions that are incomprehensible to them, after which I can then take the time to discuss these questions with them at my own discretion. Semjase:Semjase:79. Sure, that is acceptable. 79. Sure, that's acceptable. 80. You can handle it in such a way. 80. You can handle it like this. 81. Regarding your wife, I know that quite severe linguistic problems exist for her because the German language is in no way as familiar as the Swiss-German language. 81. Regarding your wife, I know that there are sometimes very serious language problems, because she is by no means as familiar with the German language as the Swiss-German language. 82. For this reason, it is appropriate that you dedicate yourself to her in this regard, particularly for all of those things that she is not able to understand. 82. For this reason it is appropriate that you devote yourself specifically to her in this regard for all those things which she is unable to understand. 83. On the other hand, it is also necessary that she gets together with someone else, in order also to learn in such a way. 83. On the other hand, it is also necessary that she team up with someone in order to learn in this way. Billy:Billy:The latter she will do together with Beetle, * but only when both feel in the mood for it. She does the latter with the Käfer, but only when the two feel like it.