Great questions - I hadn't thought of those. We know from doppler analysis that most galaxies are moving away from a single point. There had to be
a time when a huge central galaxy spawned outer galaxies such as the Milky Way. A few ancient texts (once again including the Dogons) mention this.
Some imply the explosion was intentional, some say it was the result of a war. Since spirit life no-doubt spawned in this central galaxy, it isn't
farfetched to think our galaxies are artificial in some way.
If I had to guess why there are high and low spirits; the energy constraints of an outer galaxy could be it. In fact, Earth and Sirius are pretty far
from the center of the Milky Way - scholar.uwinnipeg.ca...
- it's possible the elite spirits are
keeping high-energy zones to themselves, and as spirits multiply, the high spirits might send new ones outward in the galaxy, to places so low in
energy we need these expendable planetary bodies to live comfortably. If this is true then, as usual, it comes down to greed and aristocracy.
why go to all the trouble of natural evolution
Planets are confusing places. Just look how vastly each planet in the Solar system differs - they're all completely different environments with
different phenomena to live through. A planetary race has to live there for billions of years and can't have a single hitch in its design, so it's
easier just to start low than to risk a disaster.
Plus genetic biophysics hasn't been around very long - really, aliens don't know much more about it than we do. Even the humanoid species the aliens
have planned for New Earth had to be cloned from humans, and according to abductees, the aliens went through many failed experiments.
The art of seeding a planet is probably new as well - it was never necessary until the spirit population spread so far. The art of creating bipedal
land-walking bodies even newer, since we're 80% water and are basically air-breathing fish. Apparently the first known planetary species were
aquatic creatures that spawned on their own, then I think spirits learned to hijack their neural systems and control them, later breeding them to our
As for an omnipotent creator: No creation stories actually say the cosmos were 'created' from nowhere. Even the Hebrew bible said the cosmos were
'formed' from existing matter. There may be a governing overlord of this local group, but the structure of life and the universe wouldn't allow him
to exist outside the universe, or exist before it, or create anything out of nowhere. The universe has to uphold certain laws to survive, so those
laws can't be broken.
Anyone out there have any input on this? Feels like this is becoming a "Zareste's theories" thread. Heh