Meet the beings from Zeta Reticuli I in the Constellation Reticulum. Contact has been made. Many interviews have been held with them. THESE 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 and Aliens Answer II.
This blog is for people who are already well-versed in the alien contact genre. The books, Aliens Answer and Aliens Answer II, are non-fiction chronicles of telepathic contact between my client and co-author Steve Reichmuth and sentient beings from Zeta Reticuli. These are very serious and educating communications that present many questions and answers beyond current human knowledge. As the therapist and co-author, I offer weekly excerpts from these science-oriented chronicles for public education. Visit our webpage at www.aliensanswer.com. Some aliens are willing to communicate telepathically, and the human mind can be enhanced under hypnosis. Deep meditative states are also conducive to this kind of communication.
Today's blog discusses the home planet of the Zetas, homesickness, the originating species of the Zetas, an early off-planet intervention in the Zeta species, a description of this off-planet species, and the emergence of a biosynthetic life form that serves many functions in the Zeta society. This is differentiated from what humans see as the "greys."
Therapist: Steve would like you to describe, as much as you would like, your planet. You did describe it to some extent. He would be interested in such things as: what materials were used for your buildings; what are some of the day-to-day social activities, or whatever you would like to share.
Zetas: We often miss images of home. We often have memories. We have telepathic links at home to project ‘form’ memories of where our life began. We often have what you might call ‘homesickness.’ Notwithstanding, our species has matured sufficiently to have a sophisticated understanding of life. As a result, we know that home is where you make it. We also consider Earth our home to a limited degree. It is not so much an occupied space. It is just the location.
On our home planet we see orange skies, warm sunsets, lush green hills with much food, and many peaceful landscapes. There is a serenity to home. Many places on Earth remind us of home. This question prompts not only memories, but also longings for our past home. We have oceans. I remember stating they have full, abundant life. Our cities are underground, close to the air, canyons, and valleys. They provide a metropolis for much happiness, intellectual pursuit, and a sense of well-being that comes from interconnectivity. The societies of our cities are not so much composed of physical bodies, but the proximity of many minds, which are able to interact in an orderly, coherent way, without the din of many thoughts flooding in. We can be selective and enjoy each in his own way. I miss the richness of the proximity of many minds. What you refer to as a large metropolis city, is, for us, a metropolis of telepathic minds sharing our 'connectedness'. It is enriching. It provides security and enjoyment that comes from many of our species congregating together. That is all I wish to say about my home now.
Therapist: The emotion of ‘homesickness,’ yes, I know it, too. A rather curious emotion and I wonder why it is part of us. What purpose does it serve? I am thinking it is part of the evolutionary process and probably had an original purpose.
Zetas: In the span of time, there is a beginning and an ending. Homesickness is a symptom of the fondness of the beginning. One views their originating home with fondness and affection. On a fundamental level, the mind then explores realities beyond. From this grows the courage to explore new realities, both on a personal level, and on a species’ level. A species explores the outer parts of the Universe beyond their own originating point. Our species are explorers.
Therapist: At the beginning time for your species, I am guessing that you did not come from primates, but perhaps from a somewhat different creature. Is that the case?
Zetas: We developed from a creature that is similar on other planets, but is unique on ours. This creature had some bird-like features and some features that were not bird-like. In combination, this creature was the forbearer of our current species. It was an entirely different creature with which humans are unfamiliar. It had many bird-like features, which would be the closest to your creatures on Earth. They have many other features, too. They did not have feathers. In much the way birds developed from dinosaurs, so our species developed from a bird-like hybrid creature.
Therapist: Do you know what the skin texture was like?
Zetas: The closest on your planet would be an amalgamation of many features from several species. It had a humanoid crouching body, but with some bird-like bone structure and a large head. There was no beak, the way you regard a beak.
Therapist: Would you affix that picture in Steve’s mind so he can visualize it?
Zetas: The skin is grayer. It was a kind of neutral skin color, similar to a bat. It had an ability to fly, but has since lost that. It became more a land animal. The head developed and became so large that, in the evolutionary process, it made flying impossible. The bodies were no longer capable of flying, but there was a rapid development in intelligence. Over time, the creature lost its wings, and evolution changed it to a being that instead had long arms with hands that were originally part of a wing structure. This changed to become, more or less, the being you see today. Compared to humans, we have a rather slim body with long arms and legs with extra joints in the legs.
Therapist: During that process of evolution for your species, was there ever an intervention from off-planet beings who perhaps changed your genetic codes?
Zetas: Yes. We feel that there was a hybridization that accelerated our evolutionary process and more clearly defined us.
Therapist: Were they from the same star system, Zeta Reticuli?
Zetas: No. They were farther beyond, another advanced, migrating species that explored, as we do today. They became the greys that we think of as a full life form. They interacted with our species and we became very similar to greys, but taller. Later, they became a kind of a generic prototype form, which is used in many worlds. It has formed a model for biotechnological beings. Now, many that appear as greys are not greys, but biosynthetic forms of artificial intelligence. They have what you call technology within them. They now form a large bulk of our society and the society on other planets. They are used for many tasks, such as collecting food and exploration. They conduct many of the menial tasks and make many high-risk explorations. Initial contacts with other worlds are often through these biosynthesized beings that are not full life forms.
Therapist: I can see the practicality of using them.
Zetas: They can still represent our societies and our agendas. In our exploration, they can conduct our missions for us. Later, supplemental explorations by fully developed life forms often follow. When our species work toward the development of newly explored areas, they follow closely behind these pathfinders.
Mary Barr, B.A, CCHT, CBT, CLC
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Your questions are invited.