ZetaTalk: Habitable Worlds
Note: written Feb 15, 1997
Due to the fact that entities from higher densities often conduct a visitation in light form, as they no longer require a corporal body for their spiritual growth, there is
often confusion as to where these entities live. Might they not live on a beautiful planet such as Saturn? Entities in light form do not require a home planet, and tend
to congregate where less mature entities are living and developing, on or near habitable worlds, as this is where their interests lie. Life only evolves where something
akin to DNA can develop and be nurtured. Where the physical processes are essentially explosive, as within suns, or immobilized, as on your frozen outer planets,
any DNA type structure would either be torn apart or fail to grow. What kind of thought process could a single atom maintain?
Habitable worlds are:
- Those that are not undergoing an essentially explosive process, such as suns undergo, or are not in such close proximity to such a process that they share the
same environment. Some heat and even light generating processes can occur within habitable worlds, and are even beneficial to life, but the line is drawn
where the explosive process tears DNA type structures apart rather than nurtures them.
- Those that are not so far from a heat and light generating process that their atoms are essentially immobilized. There is more variety in these types of worlds
than mankind currently surmises. As long as a DNA type structure can form and not be destroyed, life can exist. However, since the lessons to be learned
during the early densities are learned best during incarnations, such slow-motion worlds are poor school houses and seldom develop any forming entities
who fail to spark in such a boring environment.
- Those that contain a heavy preponderance of a liquid, such as water, to encourage mobility. Mankind assumes that life requires water, and they are not far
from the truth. There are other substitutes, just as there are other substitutes for carbon in the chemical chains that form into DNA type structures, but the
stage must be set, for any type of complex life forms to develop, for mobility.
- worlds such as your outer planets are too cold;
- worlds such as your planet Venus are too hot;
- worlds such as your planet Mars do contain enough water to support the development of life, which did develop but has now been frozen out;
- moons such as Europa could support life in slow motion that would scarcely develop;
- gaseous planets such as Saturn or Jupiter could support life if the chemical mix is such that DNA type structures can develop, the heavy atmosphere acting
like a type of ocean
However, within your Solar System, only the Earth currently supports complex life, with ample water and heat from a molten core and the right amount of sunlight
from a moderate sized sun. Both Mars and Venus and a number of planets formerly in the Asteroid Belt supported life in the past. The Asteroid Belt had water
planets capable of developing complex life forms, but were dashed to pieces by the trash and Moons that accompanies the periodic passages of the 12th Planet.
Your gaseous planets have a chemical mix that aborts, rather than supports the building of DNA type structures. And the 12th Planet, also a member of your Solar
System, has a slow and very controlled explosive process that supplies it with its own heat and light, which emerges through deep rifts in the oceans and scatters in
the atmosphere to form a diffuse light around this traveling planet.
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