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 explains how the Zetas store their knowledge and make it impossible to destroy. The Zetas share their biology in detail, explaining the incredible strength in such frail-looking bone-like structures. They talk about the underwater facilities they build, and their extraordinary lifespans.
Therapist: What mechanism or means do you use for the storage of knowledge or information that you want to keep indefinitely?
Zetas: We have forms of light and energy, which can be contained to hold vast quantities of knowledge. In human cultural mythology, light is often symbolic for knowledge. This is literally true in our culture. We have forms of data and knowledge storage in light that is contained within certain forms that hold vast quantities of knowledge. Within these physical forms, much like the electrical exchanges within the human brain, knowledge is kept in memory, when not in use. We, in a similar fashion, store, on a larger scale, light energy and electrical impulses within forms of plasma energies. It is a more efficient use of energy and knowledge. This enables vast knowledge to be saved in a smaller space. This stored knowledge that we have accumulated supplements the existing higher order of thought shared telepathically within our species' society, the community of mind. The social knowledge between our species is saved on an organic level, through our closely connected telepathic community.
There are certain fundamental concepts and knowledge that make us, as a species, who we are. Our identity has been saved in a material sense, like your libraries. Humans form repositories of knowledge. We, too, have libraries. These provide a backup and redundancy. If our race should somehow be extinguished, the knowledge will continue and if survivors need to access, it will be available.
Therapist: In your skeletal structure, are your bones, rounded or flat? Are they cartilage-like? How are they different from ours?
Zetas: We have, in some ways, cartilage type structures and yet, at the same time, we have bone structures, which have been adapted. Our evolution came from a being, our missing link, that you might say was a type of humanoid bird. To fly, this bird needed hollow bones. Over time, these bones, which were light and strong in structure for flight, adapted to become appropriate for land beings, as we appear today as a species. We genetically enhanced our bone structure for greater density strength. We also have a structure that interweaves with a type of biological fabric that gives added strength and lightness to us. The lightness came from our long ago, bird-like bone structure. In time, a type of weave-like structural fabric adapted to these bones to give them strength. They seem quite small and frail, yet have great strength, compared to human bones.
Therapist: It reminds me a little bit of a material we developed called Kevlar.
Zetas: Yes. This is a very good analogy. It is like a type of crude material you call fiberglass. There is a resin with a cloth weave. In a way, evolution has provided us with an additional organic cloth weave for greater strength, much like Kevlar.
Therapist: I assume that your species has a certain amount of habitat under water. If that is the case, have you found a way to breathe in the water, or do you live solely in a habitat that has the proper atmospheric mix?
Zetas: It is easy for us to create habitats under water, as you refer to them, immersed in our planet’s oceans. We also use these habitats on Earth to conceal our presence to provide temporary 'waypoints' beyond the awareness of humans. We use these habitats. We do not have the ability to breathe underwater due to our biology, but we have the ability to adapt, in a sense, and swim in the oceans. It requires some apparatus to do this. It is not like the oxygen that humans often carry, but we have the ability to absorb oxygen through adaptation.
Therapist: What is the appropriate chemical mix for you to breathe?
Zetas: It is somewhat similar to yours. It has some variations. It is nitrogen and oxygen in slightly different proportions, but within livable ratios. In the ocean, our bodies often have more difficulty coping with the pressures. Often, parts of our bodies have certain pockets that can be a hindrance in coping with such pressures, but we can create fields around us, much like our ships, when traveling through the oceans and through the Earth’s atmosphere. This provides a protective field to cope with those pressures. This provides a kind of invisible diving suit in which we can swim in a protective bubble where the pressure is acceptable for our life forms. We are not good swimmers, compared to humans, but we can exist in this liquid. We mainly use these habitats to exist within water, and they allow us to explore areas of this planet still beyond the present reach of human technology.
Therapist: Concerning life expectancy, is your life expectancy a thousand years or so?
Han, the Zeta: I am conferring with my other friend. Yes. It is acceptable to talk about this.
Therapist: My question is actually an extension beyond that question.
Zetas: Our life expectancy is 1,000 to 1,500 years in Earth time.
Therapist: Considering this, and the short human life expectancy, do you think we are more driven to look at our spiritual aspect because our of short life spans, whereas your species may be less driven to look at your spiritual aspect because of your very long life spans?
Zetas: The concept of time is relevant to each species. What is short to one may seem long to another, but it is still time. In relative terms, perhaps we have more time to contemplate a spiritual afterlife that we also believe in. It is part of the greater consciousness. Humans also share in a form of the same thing. The seemingly short time to one also seems short to the other. The wish to survive and cling to life is a fundamental drive and an instinct of all living forms, regardless of time. Human life seems short in comparison to us, but this has been of benefit to them in the greater evolutionary path for adaptation.
Humans, as well as our own species, may feel cheated, and it is to each their own to make life as full as they can within their individual periods of time, whether considered long or short. There are life forms that live even beyond our lifespan. In a sense, we also have a sense of envy that they live longer. We can understand the concept. The wish for all life forms is to live fully and productively. You form a sense of connectedness to the greater mystery of life that is part of our consciousness, too. It should be one to desire a higher quality of life, however long the quantity of life may be.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT, CBT, CLC
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