Fascinating! I have a few questions that TC or AE can answer.
1. Does bacteria exist all throughout the universe? Is it a prerequisite for larger lifeforms to exist?
2. Do most visitors find Earth beautiful? Are there features on Earth that are rare elsewhere?
3. Is there a "common" structure that AEs tend to have? We think of bilateral symmetry. Is it based on the star cluster? Are there others?
4. Is infection to visitors a common problem or is it rare?
5. How would AE handle different gravitational forces on different planets? In the spaceships they can control local gravity, can they do the same with space suits (or the equivalent?)
6. Are there types of plants that are common throughout star clusters or galaxies? Is it common for plants to use chlorophyll throughout the galaxy?
Q1. Does bacteria exist all throughout the universe? Is it a prerequisite for larger life forms to exist?
C: Yes, microbial life is nearly everywhere. No, it need not appear together but must be present for more complex life to exist and flourish.
Q2. Do most visitors find Earth beautiful? Are there features on Earth that are rare elsewhere?
C: Yes and many Earth features are uncommon, and the combinations even more uncommon. Rare is subjective, as you know, and Earth is by most subjective understandings I the galaxy. Your mothman friends came to Earth from a disappearing planet on Andromeda, for good reasons.
Q3. Is there a "common" structure that AEs tend to have? We think of bilateral symmetry. Is it based on the star cluster? Are there others?
C: No, there are no common physical or social structures, and where these are identified, they are not unique to star clusters but can be found among them.
Q4. Is infection to visitors a common problem or is it rare?
C: It is a common risk, but prevented. The technology which permits interstellar travel has already identified these risks and step are taken to prevent infection.
Q5. How would AE handle different gravitational forces on different planets? In the spaceships they can control local gravity, can they do the same with space suits (or the equivalent?)
C: Yes, there are technologies which can re-create the gravity effect of a home planet, both for attachment or adherence to the surface, using magnetism, or gravity compensation devices for overall balance. Outer garment suits do this in some cases.
Q6. Are there types of plants that are common throughout star clusters or galaxies? Is it common for plants to use chlorophyll throughout the galaxy?
C: Yes, there are some, and many other species unique to one planet. This is a vast subject, interplanetary botany.
Regarding TC answer to question two above:
What mothman friends? Did I miss something?
@ Linda: Mothman, as in the Mothman Propechies.
A good explanation would be the recent (a few months ago) session on Channeling Erik, where Erik explains them.
Oh man so so totally cool ! This just makes my day Patrick , thank you . I’m so mean and bossy , at first I was thinking - if Patrick doesn’t ask what they physically look like I’ll kill him . And then to be blown away by their physical description reminds me so much of that scene in Star Wars where all the weird wacky physically different ET’s are sitting drinking together in a bar socializing . I keep imagining me out to dinner with my family and little Lobster guy comes walking by on his eight legs and I jump up to lovingly greet him , my family would freak out because they don’t believe in any of this . This ET is incredibly fascinating I want to see them so badly , maybe not shake their crusher claws though . You asked great questions Patrick , I always hate to think we’d hurt their feelings with our fear or disgust at ET’s appearance , but then I embarrassingly remember The Committee saying ET’s think we humans stink / smell bad . Interesting about the bacteria on their planet . And always wonderful to hear how lucky we are to be living on such a universally admired physically beautiful planet
"Little lobster guy" 9-10 feet long with the eyes of a fly and strength of a bull? I confess I am in NO hurry to meet one or several of these.
@Patrick, as I was reading the description of AE, I was determining its size and was impressed with how large it was. I understand why humans would be afraid of them. If we think about animals on Earth who are large and strong and intelligent, there are plenty - whales, elephants, gorillas, mountain lions, etc. In most instances the animal has no interest in bothering us but we have been taught fear. (This could be an entire post alone, why we are taught to fear so many things. Does this occur in other civilizations? Is it because we are so disconnected from each other, and other lifeforms?)
Once we get over our fears, the world becomes a truly wonderful place to live and explore. Adding other planets to our experience will only expand that enjoyment. Thank you for all your work!
@ Sue M:
Does fear occur in other civilizations? Of course, and many of the wild animals we fear, fear us also, remaining far out of our way because of that.
What is the oldest species of ETs living in our universe in earth time? I heard most species are over billions of years old and a small percentage are in the trillions.
The Committee says there are no physical species the equivalent age of billions or trillions of Earth years, because of evolution. They say this occurs everywhere, jut as it does here.
Travelling 100 light years in 5 to 10 minutes! Even at Wrap 9, the starship Enterprise can only cover 4.15 light years in 24 hours. How limited is our imagination.
But then, I guess building a starship where a 1.7 metre tall humanoid and a 3 metre tall lobster can work together as crewman may not be so feasible. So much for my Trekkie fantasy.
Question: we live in an expanding universe which has been expanding in all direction, at light speed, since Big Bang. What is there outside the boundary of our universe? Do we fall off the edge of the universe? We never had to worry about that before, because we could not exceed light speed. If we could, then this becomes a relevant question.
The Committee says at the edge of "the" universe is another one. Where one ends, another begins and they are all connected along the edges. Wormholes, as we have named the phenomena, and black holes, another variety, are doorways or conduits between them. Between one and several, in some cases.
Dear Patrick, Committe and star-relative,
Considering that for alien's faster-than-light vessels the so called "event-horizon" around a black hole does not apply, could they please inform us what one could find beyond this theorical distance from the black hole? There really is a singularity, inside?
Do really light remain "frozen" on the event horizon?
Do the time really slow/accelerates according to our understandings of physics (a.k.a. relativistic theory)?
Or instead our formulations are just plain wrong? To date, we were able to detect gravity waves, so our understandings and theory seem accurate...
Thank you for the eventuali answered
As usual when using my tablet, the intrusive automated corrector slips in some errors : read "Eventuali answered" as "eventual answers"
Just one side question fo your kind Alien:
How the are able to manipolate things with their crushing pinches?
I suppose that they are able to build very complex and delicate pieces of technology, but how and when they managed to do this?
Something similar to our "hands" would not be requested to craft those things?
Thank you in advance
Says The Committee: Just as a human can set a diamond, perform neurosurgery or assemble a watch movement with tools yet still squeeze things with much more force than needed for such fine work, so can our alien ET friends, and they can make tools to do what their manual dexterity might not allow, which isn't much. Just as we do, but we build things which fit human hands. They build knobs, switches, buttons, tools, instruments and handles to fit their anatomy. The claw-like appendages on their limbs are not like what we see on certain crustaceans on Earth, and are much more finely detailed along the gripping edges, like fine teeth on a knife. They have very precise motor control, better than do humans, says The Committee.
The Earth example they are giving me is a gorilla, whose hand strength alone is significant but can achieve the manual dexterity of any human. The limitation in large apes is brain function or mental power, not physical capability.
No matter, these lobster-reptile-fly ETs won't be around for ten centuries or so.
I assume these guys would be aware that we humans tend to cook and eat quite a few things that have pincher type claws !!😀😀
How shocked will humans be, to discover humanoid-like beings are hunted & roasted on the barbecue elsewhere in the galaxy.
@Patrick are you referring to the hirogen species in star trek as an example of what some et species like to do thanks Patrick
Yes, that would be an example, a good one in fact, if hypothetical & fictional.
Did I miss something, did Scott become Scott2 at some stage, or are we still missing a Scott ? And or is Scott 2 a different Scott who is also a Trekkie fan, or was he always a Trekkie fan and I've only just noticed !!! 😁 Help !!!
@Steve lol I am only a trekkie as far as watching the shows and movies are concerned and yeah we might need to come up with a better system for all the people called Scott here lol anyway have a good day steve
I shouldnt be using my last name at all but it was the easiest thing to do at the moment and now its stuck, I guess.... No, Scott was the original scott here, I think. I was Scott 2 for about a week and then Scott took it over to bow out of my way. Thank you for that Scott...I came after all others...always been here just didn't speak up...
We have Scott 1 in the USA eastern side, Scott 2 in Canada and Scott 3 in the USA western side. (Covers a LOT of territory) Use whatever names are best, Smith, Kucizinski, or Dvorak. Just like we give them to ETs.
Thanks Patrick, that was helpful?
Now we have Scott, Scott 2, Scott R., Scott 1, and Scott 3. So now I will have to identify each one based on the grammar, the subject that they asks questions. A good practice to learn telepathy.
@ Denis: Scott R is No. 3 western USA. (This could be the title of a story, "The Three Scotts" [with no Caledonia involved in the making of such a tale])
No telepathy involved, they've identified themselves independently, communicating with me specifically. All are long time, regular, generous, loyal readers & contributors.
Hi Patrick I was just reading past questions I asked you and tc from awhile back and I just wanted to express my thanks and gratitude p.s. I must also admit to being a little excited after reading them again
Great Scott !!!! Now I'm really confused !😀 Best I just say " Beam me Up Scotti" any one of you !😂😂
@Steve lol I get myself confused easy enough without help from anyone
@Denis hi Denis did you see my comment to you in a prior post about contacting the person you book from how they might not realize it's already being printed I got my book last week a month and a half early anyway have a good day denis
@Scott2 Hi Scott2, missed that comment, yes I got the book from Amazon, now I am trying to think of somebody in my neck of the woods who would read it, most of the people I know in the village I live in would just shoot them down, they are all hunters and ETs are not controlled under the Quebec hunting laws, perfect targets for them.
@Denis lol imagine the terror they'd realize when they find there guns are ineffective lol maybe on the other hand we shouldn't say anything and let them live in ignorance
@ Denis: Quebec hunting laws and extraterrestrials?!? That's HILARIOUS but your accurate comment is also a little sad. No doubt many Canadians and Americans might react or at least think the same way; get the rifle!
You're welcome Scott, nice to hear that.
@Patrick in fairness Patrick and tc when is kindness ever a bad thing least of all in consideration of everything you and tc have given a little thanks and gratitude is a small gesture
Dear Patrick and Committee and Highly Sentient Crab-reptil-insect visitors,
Thank you for the insights!
I can't help but asking for more info!
I'm wrong if I suppose that our latest guest has an exo-scheleton, faceted eyes and that their children are born from external eggs, like our birds/insects do?
What kind of gaseous mixture they use for respiration? Do they have lungs? If they have an exo-scheleton, it seems very unlikely they should have lungs... so what mechanism they use?
Sorry for this assault of questions, but definitely not all terrestrial are afraid to know them and figure out their aspect... because they are sentient, and a sentient being has intrinsic qualities allowing connections that bypasses all possibile material differences :D
Have a nice sideral day
It would never occur to me to ask these things. good questions.
The Committee says (because the lobster-reptile-fly ET is not around): This ET species is amphibious but principally non-aquatic, although it can survive underwater. Yes, it has an exoskeleton and yes, reproduction is by egg.
Their atmosphere contains methane, oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, helium and argon in different proportions compared to Earth,
Dear P. & C.
thank you again.
I was just wondering of all implications that (biology-wise, functional-wise, technology-wise) your informations are giving us. I'm just wondering how this particular species has evolved with time, how they was able to develop a tech, what kind of discoveries they have done, in what order, what are konwn to us, what still unknown ( apart from the obvious ability and tech needed to travel in space)...
Being amphibious, I even am uncertain if they have discovered the fire at all, in their development... maybe they discovered directly the electricity...
On another field, I'm just wondering what kind of social culture, philosophical studies, ethics, social ordering (laws) they developed... and also what kind of mathematics, geometry, phisics they developed...
Just studying the history of their civilization could be mind blowing...
So, we have to wait a lot, uh? But, maybe, we could wait much less before having a cultural exchange with our close stellar guardian cousins... this will be a numinous time to live
Have a nice day
@ Pierluigi: These anthropological explanations will be provided for (and usually by) each ET race & civilization, as each one becomes widely known to a good number of humans in such ways that disinformation, doubt, confusion and denial become difficult to maintain. For now, it's still possible for the "controllers" of the disinformation to use that technique for control of public narrative thus the spread of (dis)belief.
Pat, we see meteorites coming into the atmosphere all the time but not hitting anything or if they do get bigger, such as the one in Russia, they tend to explode above the ground...the one that came over Russia, for example, shows it exploding above ground and only a smaller chunk managed to survive to hit land. A youtube video showed what they claimed to be a scout ship flying by it in slow motion and then hitting it with a beam or whatever, as it exploded. I always assumed ET was protecting the planet that way. I don't know if this has been discussed before, so ignore it if it has, but...are they? Maybe the reason an asteroid has never hit? Of course I know we have been hit in the past, so why not stop those if they are protecting? Always wondered about this...).
Yes, ETs have been stopping meteors but only if they can reach it after they randomly and we might say, accidentally detect one. They do monitor for them, to protect themselves, mostly. ETs are not everywhere and they're also not performing meteor protection duty as a primary or even regular, ongoing function; it's only when they detect one, then avoid it (easy for them) but can also catch it. Foreign objects entering Earth's atmosphere move very fast but most of them cannot reach the surface to cause harm, damage or death.
The Committee says this is generally okay because it is not interference or distortion of human life, history or our future beyond what either natural forces acting on the planet, or human choices, produce. Most meteors hit the ocean harmlessly, anyway.
This could be a silly question, but does the USA show any interest at all in The Commonwealth (former conquerers ) Games that have just opened here in Queensland ?😀
Yes, but which part(s) of the USA? I guess such segments are not large. I do not recall seeing much, if I ever did. Just as we 'Murricans don't get much news about rugby or The Super Fifteen.
Hi Patrick and EC,
I am so excited to have found your books and website! I have been on a marathon reading frenzy, LOL
I first found out about you from Channeling Erik and have been fascinated since.
I am so happy our friend came through and that he/she/they talked to us even though we won’t meet for a long long time. How cool!
I had a question about if any humans on earth have ever been incarnated as one of their species?
As I was reading your interview with him/her/them I felt a strong affection for some reason. Maybe I am crazy but I felt like I wanted to hug your surprising guest.
Hug a 10 foot long fly-reptile-lobster animal with claws, eight legs and eyes like flies? You first.....
The Committee says, yes, a very few humans alive now - it is a handful only - have been incarnated in the species which visited. This is one way Earth is contacted, then visited by the 1%ers among ETs who have the capability to find and travel to Earth. The Committee also says those humans, like nearly all of us, do not and have almost no way to recall those incarnations. When past life regression is done, says The Committee, our GAGs limit it in nearly all circumstances, to incarnations on Earth, and almost always as humans only. Doing otherwise will cause far more confusion than benefit, for no purpose.