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Today's session continues the subject of Zetan biology and compares it to human biology.
Therapist: Because of your ability to send energy, do you also use it as a mechanism for healing?
Zetans: Yes. We have learned this and we have specialized entities within our species for this purpose. I mentioned earlier about beings that could be considered doctors or scientists with certain abilities, one of which you could call medicine. These beings can focus these energies, as well as use physical instrumentalities to heal. The two are used in concert. We can interrupt pain signals to the brain. These energies can be transmitted to other beings to help heal as well.
Therapist: Concerning your glands, your heart, and your liver, would you care to talk to us about them?
Zetans: We have to metabolize the food we eat. We still eat food and there are waste products. We often have to store these nutrients in various forms that the body makes for itself. In the basic elements there are fats and sugars that we metabolize. These are more plant fats, not animal fats. We are not carnivores. We mainly have vegetables and fruits as our food sources. We respect those who need, perhaps, other sources for their diet. Our sources are sufficient for us. Our bodies are able to metabolize these. We have certain digestive organs. Our reproductive organs become less important due to our other form of artificial reproduction. Many species who also follow this form of reproduction will sometimes abduct humans to supplement their genetic stock from species genetically similar to them that follow the more natural forms of reproduction.
Therapist: Can’t they just use the genetic material without using the human surrogate?
Zetans: For purposes of hybridization, a surrogate is often required. For genetic material alone, often a surrogate is not needed. At times, certain ova and sperm are taken and genetically altered to suit the needs of the species who need to maintain their ability to be a viable species in their continuing existence.
Therapist: What about your heart? How does that compare to the human heart?
Zetans: We have heart organs. Our heart has a different number of chambers. We do have a circulatory and lymphatic system similar to humans. These organs are in a different, but similar location in the chest area. We have a sternum and a kind of rib bone framework that protects the heart and lung areas, much like humans do. Our hearts have reduced and changed in their capacity from our early evolution when we were more bird- like, and we needed to respirate more. Our heart rate no longer requires as high a rate of respiration as it did in the past. Our bodies, in comparison to humans, may seem more frail. Our current hearts are well suited to our present state of evolution.
Therapist: You are familiar with human beings when they take someone’s pulse. Can you tell us what your heart rate is per minute?
Zetans: Our heart rate at rest is 90 to 120 beats per minute. It is rapid compared to humans.
Therapist: I am surprised. I would have thought, with your longevity, your pulse rate would run slower.
Zetans: This is due to our heart capacity being smaller than your heart capacity. It is of a design that has a number of redundancies. These redundancies contribute to our relative longevity. Where one chamber may become deficient, another will compensate. Two hearts in one may be one way to understand it. This design was genetically engineered and incorporated in our distant past.
Therapist: Has your liver become smaller over time because your skin is respirating some of your waste?
Zetans: Yes. The form of liver that we have stores sugars that are available to us in case our bodies require it. Our ‘liver-like’ organ, as you refer to it, is for both metabolizing and storage. It gives us added energy at certain times. It is not too dissimilar than humans. Humans also store sugars in their liver, as we understand human physiology, but perhaps not to the same extent.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT, CBT, CLC
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
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