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Book link: http://www.amazon.com/books Type in Aliens Answer. Webpage link: http://www.aliensanswer.com to meet the beings from Zeta Reticuli and to explore the many questions and answers exchanged. THESE EXCHANGES ARE NON-FICTION. Exchanges occur between therapist and Zetans by using a deeply induced client, Steve Reichmuth, as the telepathic conduit.
Therapist: When humans are not stressed with having to earn a living and having to deal with violence and governmental problems, I think they would tend to spend their time learning and then sharing that knowledge. Your planet sounds like a much better place for those who would like to learn and share.
Zetans: You have formed parks for recreation where you often go to clear your minds, what you call vacations. It is a frame of mind. It is like your ‘Disneyland,’ where you have no concerns. They can return to a simpler life, childlike and yet, very adult at the same time. The importance of work is balanced by an equal need for play. In your species we have learned that this is important. Our species have accommodated for this in the lives of our Serpo guests.
Therapist: Even our allies, our dogs and cats, know the concept of work and play. We were wondering about body form in that a number of species have evolved to be bipedal. Is there a tendency for evolution to move species into the humanoid form for some specific purpose?
Zetans: It is a form that is very efficient for many tasks, particularly in the creation of tools. From this comes technology and, in turn, the ability to travel between planets. This is not an accident. The human species tended to originate from primates, which is also a humanoid form. Our species originated from a primitive humanoid bird creature and this was our path for evolution. The bird characteristics remain in subtle ways, showing our origin, but our ability to fly by organic means was lost. We have since replaced that with technology.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT, CBT, CLC
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