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 examines how Zeta hearing and olfactory senses compare to humans, the reason for heightened feeling in Zeta fingertips, and the curious individual vanity in some Zetas wearing clothing. It is also worn for protection under certain circumstances.
Therapist: Concerning some of your other senses, say in orders of magnitude or percentage, how is your hearing compared to humans?
Zetas: Our hearing is not as acute as human hearing. This is the best that we can understand. It is not as important in many ways. Telepathic skills have replaced much of our sense of hearing. Hearing has become less important due to this. We seem now to hear with our minds.
Therapist: Is that also true of your sense of smell?
Zetas: Our sense of smell is actually heightened. We have no explanation for this. It could be a distortion of our own perception of ourselves. We know in the case of many humanoids, including humans, the sense of smell has a larger imprint on their memory. It is perhaps with us, too. It is perhaps on an equal level in sensory ability. It may be magnified by memories of those associations that may seem to be embellished, when they are actually not.
Therapist: Certainly smell is a very evocative sense for us and easily brings back memories.
Zetas: We do not deny, in our own evolutionary development, that the sense of smell has contributed both as a survival trait, and to our earlier concepts of reproduction. In our covert fieldwork visits here on Earth, we enjoy many fragrances. Many plants and other beings have scents that are part of their normal biological gestations. We enjoy those, too. Scents of flowers are particularly memorable and unique.
Therapist: When we human beings are paying attention, we enjoy these things, too.
Zetas: We have noticed this.
Therapist: Has your sense of touch diminished during your evolution or has it increased?
Zetas: Certain areas of our anatomy are heightened, particularly our fingers and fingertips. This is due, in part, to our psychotronic abilities in linking with our technologies. Our minds, through thoughts, connect directly with controls in our craft. These have become embellished and heightened and often it is a conduit for controlling some forms of tools that you call technology. These have been heightened out of necessity or practicality. Other parts of ourselves have diminished in sensitivity, perhaps in compensating.
Therapist: Is clothing a rather normal thing for humanoids to wear, aside from our planet? Is clothing a part of your society?
Zetas: In our society we permit a certain sense of individual vanity to express itself, even though many feel connected in a larger sense, a part of the community of minds. We do not have the sense of modesty that we have noticed in humans. We are comfortable wearing clothes, as you call them, garments. Many garments that we wear, particularly in contact with humans, are not merely clothing, but also protection from biological contamination between both humans and entities. There is a psychotronic magnification of some entities’ organic sensory abilities through this clothing. This provides enhanced awareness around them for their own safety and provides an early warning. Clothing can, we admit, be a form of fashion, but clothing provides a serious function in many types of situations.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT, CBT, CLC
CERTIFIED CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPIST