The Tall Whites utilize
several types of crafts but prefer their cruisers, which are a type
of combined saucer merged with a delta-wing configuration. Most crafts
operate using a type of ion drive or anti-matter reactors. A huge
government consisting of Pleiadian councils and Andromedan ambassadors
to assist in decision making and upholding universal space laws rules
tall Whites. Each elder serves about 200 of your years as an ambassador
to a planet, which their council selects them to serve upon. Earth
is considered under Sector 4 Command, under their council of rules,
meaning it’s a monitored planet — monitored by Pleiadian and Tall
Whites’ fleets for surveillance purposes.
The Tall Whites were known as the ancient ones or the guardians who
also lived inside subterranean cities inside a hollow holographic
Earth that Admiral Byrd entered into by accident in the ’40s.
The cruiser type A class are medium to small sized crafts powered
by a type of ion drive reactor. Both are rounded in front, showing
their saucer heritage, while the aft section is delta in appearance.
Both have a large window panel or viewing screen in the front portion
of the crafts. Both have tripod style landing gears with pads. There
are three landing feet, two in the rear section and one in front.
The entrance is via a doorway that extends from the underside, leading
into the flight deck and crew compartments.
A medium-sized craft can hold nine crewmembers and their commanders
for a total of 12 passengers. As Tall Whites are humans, they have
a waste management system that automatically incinerates all their
wastes into a dry powder that is stored in a cylinder-type unit. In
most cases these units are removed when their ships return to their
Foods are synthesized aboard craft using
advanced technology that replicates plants and to create food. All
water is recycled over and over and freshened in the same way. Outside
air is brought into a craft by a series of intake valves and cleaned
and cleaned again, as Tall Whites are a very hygienic people and don’t
like pollutants. In crews’ cabins the sleeping units fit down into
the floor and into the wall, being brought up by touching a panel
on the wall that is a soft amber glowing strip of material.
These crafts can obtain a speed of 8 Gs or warp 8 at maximum power,
and the slowest is warp 2 at minimum power. The ion drive units have
a life span or service span of about 70 of your days, and then have
to be recharged in special units while new units are put in place
to take over until recharging is completed. To recharge the ion drive
units takes two of your days.
The hull of these crafts is a twin hull. The outer hull is a type
of living metal that can repair itself if damaged while the inner
hull is pure metal, lacking these abilities.
Type B class ships are intermediate to larger than a cruiser class
in size. Prop units are about six in number and are arranged as a
crystal rotor arrangement as on Pleiadians’ crafts and Zetis’, but
the crystal rotors are much smaller than in Pleiadian crafts, being
about 2 feet tall and having a central gold conductor unit inside
the cores of the crystals that are linked to the reactors.
Class Bs are more saucer in appearance than a Class A type craft.
They are 30-50 feet in diameter and have three hulls. The two most
internal hulls are metal while the outer is a bio-metal, which can
repair itself if damaged. The pilot interfacing with the on-board
computer systems and propulsion units operates class Bs. Type B class
crafts, like other Class As, are armed with laser weaponry, which
are small cannons mounted around outer upper and lower rims of the
Weapons are forbidden to be used while a craft is operating in a planet’s
atmosphere, especially in planets that are colonized by Pleiadians
and their relatives, as they are members of a council who have treaties
against intergalactic war. Weapons are only allowed to be used outside
a planet’s atmosphere and only permitted to keep open a portal or
time hole in which crafts enter and exit while going from one solar
system to another. Rarely is weaponry used in self-defence and only
if a craft is attacked and no exit is possible for escape.
Cabins are much like in Class A craft, with bunks that come up from
the floor and side of a wall. Crew capacity is 24 in the intermediate
sized crafts to 45 in large crafts. Tripod-style landing gear is used.
There are four in both sizes of Class B crafts, two in the aft section
and two in the bridge section.
Amid ships is a large grounding tube used when a craft makes a landing
upon solid ground to discharge plasma ions and excess electricity
to prevent shocks from occurring to the crew. It’s like a huge lightning
rod as a craft’s hull stores electricity as it flies through your