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Today's session is a continuation from last week into how some hybrids live on planet Earth. These Berkeley hybrids are really studying humanity. Their home, social patterns, money, competition, dealing with new emotions, trying to establish relationships with humans, problems of living much longer, and duality are all discussed. Absolutely fascinating!
Therapist: Of the group that we are currently with, the three males and the one female, I assume they are aware that to be part of the human culture they need to have hobbies, interests. Will they tell us about any of the interests that they display superficially, or perhaps they have some interests or hobbies that they actually enjoy?
Zetans: The interest in cooking does not exist. Visitors, who regularly replenish their supplies of nutrients at home, supply their food to them. Because of this, they are rather tied to this location. Their interests in school are in studying the anthropology of the present human within the extent of their understanding of human science and comparing it to their own. There are the other off-world teachers who regularly instruct them as well. In a sense, they have two mothers and two sets of friends, both at home and on Earth. They are like many exchange students in that academic environment, but in a way, that other exchange students could never comprehend. However, in social pattern, they are really quite similar, just from a place considerably farther away. Science and human sociology are of great interest. Hybrid social behavior, by comparison, would seem rather dry and sterile. Their home is rather sparse and empty. Certain posters of rock bands and others appear in the home, but this more to conceal themselves. The posters are not really of interest. It is more to put up the appearance of being human, creating camouflage.
Therapist: Part of this process of integration would mean that, at least superficial, they would make friends with humans, maybe have them to their house, or go over the humans’ houses. How do they deal with this?
Zetans: The female has certain male human callers. She is considered attractive to humans, if in some ways perhaps in a strange way. This elicits certain sexual curiosity from the male humans as well. Perhaps her natural distancing from others is interpreted as aloofness, which attracts further. The landlord is very happy with these hybrids as tenants. They do not cause trouble and the house is always immaculate. The landlord does not seem to be of much concern about them, as long as he is paid regularly. How he is being paid seems to be a mystery. They seem to have a certain account where they can draw money from regularly that seems to be readily available to them so they can pay such necessary things in human society and economy.
Therapist: An average human, especially at that young age, would have a sense of competition that they express through sports or they might compete in earning grades, or compete for attention from the opposite sex. I believe that competition is not a part of your culture. How do they deal with that?
Zetans: They recognize the instinctual reproductive behavior in their study of human society. They try to mimic this and at the same time, they feel it unnecessary. Sometimes the human response to this is curious. The more they may appear cold and distant, the more attractive they might inadvertently appear to humans. This is a curious human behavior that perplexes hybrids. Answers come so easily for them. Their main focus is social integration. That is their challenge. There is an added stress involved. How to integrate into human culture without becoming too human. The challenge is in not denying the other part of their heritage, which is off-world. This is part of the challenge of the whole hybrid program. It is what I would call having dual identities.
Therapist: Yes. Dual identities exist for some humans, but not to the same extent. For instance, if one was an American Indian, but also an American citizen, that would be a dual identity. In terms of aloofness and the young woman, when you combine aloofness with attractiveness, it spurs interest in competition. Her perception is correct that her aloofness can intensify interest from males.
Zetans: They have noticed this. Also, the human part of them, biological and emotional, is not diminished. They are dealing with new emotions and drives. The human part cannot be denied in this duality. Their intelligence accepts this duality, but there is an emotional price that cannot be repressed. This causes conflicts dealing with the duality. They both know and enjoy their duty or purpose for integrating into society. At the same time, they also miss being with a society of ones like themselves and the comfort it brings. They also miss the home that they believe is their origin. They sometimes miss home. They do not feel a part of this Earth world.
Therapist: Is it part of their assignment to remain here for a long, long time?
Zetans: Their exposure is remembered, downloaded, and integrated into the larger context of the human contact picture.
Therapist: Wouldn’t they live longer than the normal human would?
Zetans: Because they do live much longer, a point comes where they have to move often and leave one society and begin again at a different location. This is because, in any long-term contact, or relationship, every human will be aging around them, and they will still look young. It will begin to betray their identity.
Therapist: Because of that, does that preclude their ever having or creating families with humans?
Zetans: They are experimenting with that as part of their human social studies. Some excel and some have difficulty. At some point, the human mind adapts and, in a loving way, becomes accepting of many relationships that form. Certain peculiarities are ignored because, in the process of fulfilling their own human needs, they compromise to accept the relationship. They know that one day they will grow older and the hybrid will still be relatively young. The hybrid’s health and diet create a certain detachment from other institutions, such as facilities for obtaining a driver’s license or health care. The health care is provided off-world, which means that there is a certain disconnect with keeping records of hybrids in human society, including a separation from legal systems and government. It is a very complex interrelationship.
Therapist: Yes. I am beginning to see that.
Zetans: It requires some time to accomplish this and it is not without difficulty. However, because humans are Earth-centered, humans do not consciously think in social relationships beyond their own world anyway. This helps the hybrids to blend into human society, too. Most human expectations of what an ‘alien’ may be are based on their own limited human cultural understanding.
Check back next week for the continuation of this interview.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT, CBT, CLC
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
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