posted on Mar, 15 2006 @ 08:14 AM
Originally posted by Zero_057
EarthSister, thats quite a bit there I have to take in, but very interesting, And the thought that there are 218 races visiting us. Where did you come
upon that, as I sure would like to read on that, its the first Ive heard of the amount of different races visiting us. So your from MA, EarthSister,
used to live in Weymouth and been contemplating a move back up there, love NE.
I love NE too. Even if I move south I'll have to buy a second house so I can come back every year like the snowbirds do. Let me know if you get back
The way I know about the number of races visiting is from the alien races. In 1990 there were 170 races visiting and 30 of them were already united
here, working on organizing the rest with them. Over the next ten years, more races began visiting us since we have an organization, a few races had
to leave since we have an organization, and the rest of the remaining visiting races joined. Now all our visiting races work together under one
guidance and no new races can visit without going through the organization.
Every new world of intelligent life has their visiting life organized at this equivalent point in the new world's evolution. This is the way advanced
races protect vital peace between races and help educate the new races reaching maturity.
Humans on Earth are not considered advanced yet. All of the races that visit Earth are our neighbors around us, and are much older, further advanced
and evolved than we are.
All the advanced races in our union area are networked together to share information across space. Our union area is five galaxies and participating
in it are over 5200 races/worlds of advanced life. All unions are also networked together.
There are a few other young races like us in our area, also now having their organizations of visiting life formed. But we humans are among those
having the most difficulties accepting other life.
[edit on 3/15/2006 by EarthSister]