Sunday, July 29, 2018



Visit our webpage at Meet the beings from Zeta Reticuli I in the Constellation Reticulum. Contact has been made. Many interviews have been held with themTHESE 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

Steve was inducted and the interview begins:

Therapist: What do you see Steve?
Steve: I can see Han. His back is turned to me and he is looking over his shoulder. He is smiling, but this is conveyed more as thought. He is getting comfortable with us. He is very happy to see us. I see this orchard in France, and we are on a hillside near a tree. There is kind of a wooden bench near the orchard. It is very weather-beaten. We are sitting together. He is on one end, and you are on the other. I am watching. His hands are clasped and he is enjoying the view of the valley. It is very beautiful, southern France. Dr. Vallee comes to mind. I do not know why. Maybe it is just a thought. He is waiting for you, whenever you are ready. There is the smell of vineyards, and I feel a gentle breeze on this warm summer afternoon. We are in the cool shade. It is a sense of exchanging conversation but giving the impression that we are only gazing out at the beautiful valley and vineyards. It is like two government employees unofficially sharing interdepartmental information at their regular weekly meeting to solve a mutual problem, yet appearing like two strangers sitting on the same park bench, casually watching the world go by.
Therapist: Thank you so much, Steve, for describing the surroundings. (Han now announces his presence.)
Han, the Zeta: Mary, it is nice to be with you again. I created this setting in which to meet. I thought it would be enjoyable for both of you and Steve.
Therapist: I have heard that France is very beautiful, so it is nice to be here.
Han: It is a peaceful setting, and no one will intrude, yet we can see the world go by.
Therapist: Please excuse us for changing the session time. We want to be consistent.
Han: This is quite all right. Time is an abstract. It is the here and now and yet, it is ‘every’ time.
Therapist: Thank you. Where did the water on Earth come from?
Han: The oceans are composed of the basic elements of oxygen, hydrogen, and compounds known as salts, creating a natural salinity. They originated from the very primitive atmosphere as it slowly evolved and the planet’s development formed these elements and linked up to form compounds. This does not evolve overnight. Water is an abundant and common compound in the Universe, in various gaseous, solid, and liquid states. It is even on nearby planets and moons, such as Europa around Saturn. Mars has such water. There is water on many planets, including oceans. Ours, too, is an ocean planet. In the proportion of land to sea, we have more land than sea, but we do have enough to create a good balance and maintain an atmosphere quite suitable for life. Water came from these basic elements. They combined to form the water that you understand today.
Water on the young Earth came from two sources: out-gassing from within the Earth and bombardment by comets.
Outgassing is the process whereby gases are released from molten rock in the mantle of the planet by volcanic activity. This was probably the primary source of gases for your early atmosphere. Comets and meteorites also bring gases with them, which contributed to the Earth's atmosphere. Some of the gases in this new atmosphere were methane, ammonia, water vapor, and carbon dioxide. The water on Earth stayed in gaseous form until the planet's surface cooled. About three-and-a-half-billion years ago, conditions were right for water to condense into rain and poured onto the land. Water collected in low-lying areas, which gradually became the primitive oceans.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT-RT, CBT, CLC

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