Sunday, September 2, 2018



Visit our webpage at Meet the beings from Zeta Reticuli I in the Constellation Reticulum. Contact has been made. Many interviews have been held with themTHESE EXCHANGES ARE NON-FICTION. Exchanges occur between Hypnotherapist  Mary Barr and Zetas (Han, Zestra, and Gen) by using a deeply-induced client, Steve Reichmuth, as the telepathic conduit. Full transcripts of these many sessions are recorded verbatim in two books:   Aliens Answer  andAliens Answer II.     

Therapist:  Is it possible for us to take a short journey to another planet to see another civilization and the way that they live? Could it be a little different from ours so that we might learn something?

Han, the Zeta:  I am searching. I have wished to present a pleasant picture. However, there are also places that are less pleasant. These should be shared, too. There are many planets that have species that can be oppressive and confining, almost suffocating in the misuse of their planets. A species may follow one line of technology and before it is noticed, take it to excess. It can become very oppressive. I see planets with entire surfaces filled with lights and cities, like a planet that presents an ugly clue where life, technology, and nature are out of balance. These planets contain civilizations that are like a bright light, burning brightest before it burns out. I do not wish this for your planet. There can be inefficient uses of energies that are selfish and only benefit a few, forming an economic system that only rewards the few and not the many. There are places like this that we respect for their own path of choice, but we are happy we did not follow such a path. Our advanced technology is a servant of our organic needs. We have never forgotten who we are, and that, ultimately, it is the well-being of all of the inhabitants of the community that is important. There are places of ugliness that offend my senses, but which you must know exist, too. I do not wish to present a totally ‘rosy picture,’ as you might call it.

Know that these are anomalies and that the species that survive are ones that see beyond themselves and have a sense of well-being that is one with the planets they live on and with the Universe. These are ones who respect their origins and how they ultimately became sentient beings, much like your Native Americans and the Aborigine culture in Australia where they live simply and in balance with the land. They see their source of life and strength. They live their lives, respecting the planet on which they live. Some species overbuild or overpopulate and, in their own selfishness, destroy themselves.  We do not wish to  emulate these  places. The Universe is a big place and not all habitats are like this. I tell you this to make you aware.

Therapist:  We appreciate that. All learning is not necessarily beautiful. I envision something like Hong Kong that covers an entire planet. When I see a city that does not allow trees along its streets, then I worry that they have lost touch with the planet.

Han, the Zeta:  They refuse either symbolically or in actuality to see the cycle of life. They do not see how a planet’s life can provide the needs of others who depend upon oxygen while plant life depends upon carbon dioxide for life. When populations become so out of balance that they become oppressive, even to their own lives, they destroy, in a larger sense, what their planet can offer back. There is no longer a balance and a symbiotic relationship. We have understood this. We almost came to that precipice. Instead, we reformed our planet so that its surface provides a beautiful and vital environment.

Therapist:  I admire the way that you did it by building underground and allowing the surface to be a continuous green zone.

Zetas:  We live in harmony with our world now, with abundance for both. There is ample exchange between the organic and the technology and this creates a heightened spirituality as well.

Mary Barr, B..A., CCHT-RT, CBT, CLC

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