The TerraKor Files
The following 40 contacts were published in Gabriel Green's UFO International and Flying Saucers International magazines, issues #18, June 1963 to #29, March 1969, with a few breaks for special issues. As pointed out in the Notes file, they are from the original texts and do not contain the edits that Mr. Green made for publication. Thus a large number of editorial additions are absent, and material that was not published is included for reference and historical purposes.
Chapter 1: First Contact – 8 July 1961
The following message was received on May 4, 1966, and was delivered to the AFSCA's Third National Flying Saucer Convention, July 8 to 10, 1966.
The following three files from the 1960s were sent to Mr. Green but were not published.
A Trip To The Moon – Part 1 – 3-4 December 1966
This link goes to a 7-part account of a tour of PlatoCom in 1987.
This link goes to the record of a very personal trip to Korendor on 5-7 March 2007.
This link goes to the Arkay Index page.
The following files are not contacts, but are related to them. The first link, Notes, should be read before anything else.
Spurious Contacts Introduction
These links go to a long page that serves as an introduction to the Omegan situation on Earth. It contains parts of messages from ArKay, information delivered by letter to Gabriel Green, and portions of three posts on an Internet Bulletin Board.
An Overview of The Omegan Situation
This link is to a letter sent to UFO review in 1988.
This page contains a short introduction to the Kalran Empire, cited in the moon-tour reports.
These links go to a six-page status report received on 18 June 2008, describing the Project Terra operation as it stood at the date of the report. It includes background information, data on the operating Terran and Lunar bases, and other related topics.
Approval for public release was received on 18 August 2008.
Status Report page 1 – Foreword
This page contains an informal question-and-answer session conducted via computer on the evening of September 7, 2008. Elder Master KALEN-LI RETAN was on their end of the wire.
This page contains questions posed by a correspondent (who shall remain unidentified) concerning the contents of this website, and the responses provided by two Korendians.
This page contains a listing of the most common units of measurement used within the Alliance.
This link opens the updated version of the Master List of Planets. Details of its rationale and contents are provided on its index page.
This link goes to the index page of a section devoted to the language of Korendor. It contains basic grammar, verbs, nouns, pronouns, common words and prepositions, and useful phrases.
This page contains thumbnails and links to a number of images, most of them scanned from the pages of UFO International and Flying Saucers International.
These pages contain communications conducted via computer between ArKay of Korendor and Bob R.
ArKay Questions & Answers – 20090102
Because of developments that echo dangerous events of the late 1960s, it is necessary to terminate all communication with correspondents. The email links have been removed and it is unlikely that they will be restored. The "From The Inbox" page will be maintained but will not be updated.
These pages serve as TerraKor's unofficial "blog". Its purpose is to allow our Korendian visitors to respond to questions about or to comment on news items of interest. It was suggested by ArKay.
Inasmuch as The TerraKor Files is a sort-of news site for Korendian/Alliance information, it seems appropriate to have a page for editorializing on whatever calls for it.
This page is a "Miscellaneous" drawer in the TerraKor file cabinet. It's where factoids and assorted bits and pieces of information go when they don't merit separate pages. It will expand as new tidbits need a home.
This page uses the map of Korendor found on the Graphics page. It lists the names, coordinates and populations of all cities with populations of over one million residents.
This page is for jokes, cartoons et al related to the UFO/saucer field. We can't always be serious.
This page is for short messages of the kind that are scribbled on a Post-It note and stuck to the refrigerator door.
This page was created on November 17, 2008, purely on a whim.
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