Backyard Mystic’s Guide to Star Trek: TNG #9 – Ancient Technologies – Secret Space Program – Law of One

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Hi, I’m Joy Jackson, the Backyard Mystic. This is the penultimate video in a limited series exploring concepts related to extraterrestrial disclosure and Law of One philosophy as revealed in selected episodes of Gene Roddenberry‘s classic science fiction television series “Star Trek: The Next Generation”.

In previous segments, we have addressed a variety of alien cultures interacting with humans from Earth in Star Trek’s United Federation of Planets — Vulcans and Klingons and Borg (oh my!) — but in this segment we will take a peek at some of the earliest sentient species in evidence in the Next Generation with specific interest in the incredible technologies they created during their time that are still at work thousands or millions of years later when Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise encounter them. Let’s begin…

Earth humans are relative newcomers to the galactic community in Star Trek:The Next Generation, with all of the other major Federation member species — the Vulcans, the Andorians, and the Tellarites — developing warp drive capability for interstellar travel hundreds or thousands of years before the people of Earth. We see a similar trend in the history of technological advancement and the development of interstellar space flight among the analogous species from other major galactic alliances — the Klingons, the Romulans, and the Ferengi (who apparently purchased warp drive technology from the Breen Confederacy instead of developing it themselves!).

However, even these more advanced and established extraterrestrial species are only recent contributors to the collective history of sentient lifeforms in the Milky Way Galaxy in Star Trek, where the fictional historical record describes civilizations who explored and conquered space before the mainstream scientific date for the dawn of modern humankind on Earth, before the time of the dinosaurs, and even before the time of our planet itself.

Ancient Star Trek civilizations are well visited in various canon sources, but if we focus solely on information from on-screen depictions in Next Generation episodes, there are just a few fascinating details revealed about some of those species; however, these details stir the imagination with their possibilities. When we examined 24th century advanced technologies in our earlier segment, we talked about “going places and making stuff” as the benefits of this ingenuity — and, to be sure, the ancient aliens in Star Trek TNG demonstrate similar aims — but as beings whose cultures span not only the majority of the galaxy but also thousands — or hundreds of thousands — of years of galactic history, we find that these ancient civilizations also develop technologies to preserve and disseminate the legacy of their very existence, keeping their culture alive even after they themselves have perished from normative reality. The oldest of Star Trek’s civilizations live on in the 24th Century through the remarkable technologies they left behind — crossing vast distance, spanning time, and controlling evolution.



In TNG’s second season, the episode “Contagion” presents the Enterprise’s white-knuckle race against the Romulans and mechanical catastrophe, when Captain Picard orders his ship into the Neutral Zone, a no-mans-land mandated by treaty between the Federation and the Romulan Star Empire, one that maintains an uneasy detente between these opposing galactic alliances. The Enterprise undertakes a rescue mission to save its sister ship, the USS Yamato, whose captain made a desperate choice to violate the treaty in order to keep the powerful ancient technology of Iconian gateways — what we would call “stargates” — out of Romulan hands. Picard learns the Yamato, beset by mysterious shipboard failures and subsequently destroyed, was able to confirmed the existence and the location of the homeworld of the ancient Iconians, believed by most in the galaxy to be only a myth.

From four hundred thousand until two hundred thousand years earlier, the Iconians, powerful and technologically advanced lifeforms whose industry still confounds Federation scientists in the 24th Century, travelled tens of thousands of light-years without spacecraft, teleporting instantaneously across vast distances using their portals to subjugate lesser species and expand their influence until a war of revolt ensued and their civilization fell. Little light is shed on the principles and power sources upon which the gateways operate, but the collosal ramifications of such an advanced travel technology — and its dark potential for exploitation — are made clear.

Long-distance teleportation technologies with ancient origins and the idea of “stargates” are incredible constructs in both academic and popular culture with which most of us are familiar on some level.

The Iconians in Star Trek reached mythological status as “demons of air and darkness” among the people they conquered. In our reality, similar theories have been proffered regarding the existence and tenure of technologically advanced extraterrestrial beings appearing and representing themselves as deities to populations on Earth within the mainstream span of human history on Earth, narratives presumably intended to instill fear in and maintain control over indigenous populations. After all, a stargate seems like powerful magic even today.


Secret Space Program insider Corey Goode and investigator David Wilcock have compared notes relating to disclosed reports of networks and subnetworks of stargates built by various extraterrestrial factions long ago linking Earth and other points in our solar system to the rest of the galaxy. From these accounts, though not well understood in terms of physics or engineering, instantaneous travel across spacetime using these ancient portals differs only superficially from the on-screen depictions we see in Star Trek and other media — a fascinating prospect.



Conquering the galaxy will only get you so far, of course; eventually, your number comes up. How do you keep your culture alive — preserving the collective legacy of your species — even after your civilization crumbles? There are two notable Next Generation episodes that explore this question and highlight specific ancient technologies.

In “The Inner Light”, TNG’s 25th and last regular episode before the Season 5 cliffhanger “Time’s Arrow”, the Enterprise encounters a thousand-year-old uncrewed space probe that responds to scans and hails by emitting a beam that knocks Captain Picard unconscious and sends him into in what appears to be coma. In this critically acclaimed episode, Picard consciousness is taken by the mysterious probe, quite literally, on the odyssey of a lifetime. Picard awakens on the planet Kataan in the persona of an artisan and amateur astronomer named Kamin in a less advanced, primarily agrarian post-industrial civilization of humanoids who appear virtually indistinguishable from Earth humans. Kamin’s family convince him that his memories of life on a starship are just dreams brought on by illness, and Picard spends the next several decades in acceptance, living a placid life, but he is beset by his observations of environmental change that ultimately indicate that the planet is drying up as radiation levels increase and the sun approaches its supernova, destroying Kamin’s civilization as it obliterates Kataan’s entire solar system. Having achieved sufficient technology by the time Kamin reaches old age, the people of Kataan are able to “upload consciousness” and memories of their culture into space probes capable of interstellar flight, archives in space that will tell their civilization’s story to those they encounter. What has happened suddenly becomes clear to Picard, who wakes up on the Enterprise with less than an hour passed, having experienced an entire lifetime on an alien planet a thousand years before. The natives of Kataan offer an example of a different kind of ancient technology, one that doesn’t necessarily outstrip that of the 24th Century, but one that achieves a remarkable accomplishment nonetheless.



“Masks”, TNG Season 7 episode 17, is often panned by critics as incomprehensible and difficult to follow, but it explores some similar ideas and showcases its own incredible ancient technology of cultural preservation — if you stick with it. In this episode, the Enterprise investigates a mysterious comet in deep space, which, when its icy shell comes away, is actually a truly ancient automated interstellar archive, launched by the inhabitants of the D’Arsay system and traveling through deep space for the last 87 million years. When the Enterprise scans the archive, elements of its ancient alien computer program invade the ship’s systems like a sophisticated virus, in innocuous ways at first but eventually putting the ship in grave danger and taking over android officer Data’s positronic brain as it directs the ship’s replicator systems to recreate onboard the Enterprise portions of an alien environment and parts of a city from millions of years ago on a far-flung planet. Ultimately, Picard and his officers are able to decode the mysterious computer algorithms and interface with the archive using Data as a liaison, saving the ship, and leaving Data in possession of the of the conscious memories of tens of thousands of alien lives from the distant past. Despite its dramatic flaws, this episode demonstrates the potential of certain technologies to preserve and expand cultural influence across the reaches of time and space in our normative reality.

Archives in space and constructs of sentient extraterrestrial species standing through time: these are among the most amazing possibilities of which we’ve learned from disclosed reports received from people inside the Secret Space Program, and some tangible evidence exists and is acknowledged in the mainstream.



Insider information suggests that ‘Oumuamua, the first recorded interstellar object, designated by scientists as Asteroid 1I/2017 U1 and observed entering our solar system in 2017 is actually a 230-meter-long construct over a billion years old made by extraterrestrials identified within the SSP as the Ancient Builder Race, a species who have left structures throughout the planets and moons of our solar system and those nearby. The name ‘Oumuamua itself means “messenger from afar” or “scout”.

The Moon has fascinated us since the first humans on Earth looked up into the night sky, but SSP insider Corey Goode has revealed starling information suggesting it is artificial in origin. He discloses the possibility of a large rocky planetary body in orbit within our system where the Asteroid Belt lies today. Inhabitants from this “Super Earth”, referred to in Law of One philosophy as “Maldek” and as “Phaeton” in the controversial Disruption Theory, are reported to have built Earth’s moon prior to their planet’s destruction as part of larger events in a storied cosmic history of our solar system dating back millions of years to a time when extraterrestrials are also said to have constructed and inhabited vast subterranean environments on Earth. [Can you dig it?]


The episodes we have discussed previously show us examples of Star Trek’s ancient civilizations using technology to cross the galaxy and leave a legacy of who they were that lasts long into the future. As amazing as these accomplishments may seem, perhaps the greatest and most significant marvel of ancient technology depicted in TNG is that of a race known in official sources as the Progenitors, the biological ancestors of virtually all the prominent species in the Alpha and Beta Quadrants of the galaxy in the time of Star Trek TNG. The benevolent Progenitors come into being in Star Trek’s Milky Way Galaxy about the same time as Earth’s sun, and by two billion years ago they possess not only interstellar travel and archive ability but also the science required to control the evolutionary biology of entire planets, contributing their own genetic material to many sentient species to come — including Earth humans — using what we today think of as “starseed” technology.



In “The Chase” , TNG Season 6 episode 20, Picard and the crew of the Enterprise find themselves locked in competition with Klingon, Romulan, and Cardassian scientists to unlock a galaxy-spanning genetic mystery, bringing them all together to discover the Progenitors’ legacy. We will explore “The Chase” and all of its ideas and implications in depth and detail in our final segment.


PhotiCorey Goode on Stage at Lunar Operations Command with Blue Avian and Golden Triangle Headed Being. Source: Steve Cefalo

Our best information from the Secret Space Program describes these extraterrestrials known as the Ancient Builder Race — entities whose name for themselves is either unclear or unknown — with startling parallels to the role of the Progenitors in Star Trek. Known to some as the Guardians, the Ancient Builders used their interstellar travel capability to visit habitable planets in many parts of the galaxy; there, in addition to establishing colonies and building impressive architectural structures, they augmented the indigenous biology of each world with their own DNA to shape the evolution of many sentient humanoid species all linked with a common genetic makeup. These sentient species are literal “starseeds” in a scientific context rather than a spiritual one, but if the shared history of their evolution across the galaxy bears out in fact, their origin — which is to say our origin — truly demonstrates the oneness of us all in a very compelling way.

More to come…

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