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ZetaTalk: Hybrid Colonies
Note: written Apr 15, 1997
The merging of our hybrids with humans is often viewed by humans in the same light as the merging of two human cultures in human society today. Using such
models as Columbus discovering the Americas or the failure of divergent cultures to assimilate, they imagine hybrid colonies entirely separate from human society
warily eyeing each other from a distance. In human society Islamic and Christians do not merge, Asians and Africans do not merge, industrialized and primitive
cultures do not merge, so how could aliens and humans merge! In the Aftertime, several aspects of the setting will be different:
- Following a severe pole shift such as is anticipated to occur this time, human society itself is discombobulated. Cultural assimilations are resisted in part
because the dogma and traditions are firmly in place and habits are strong. There is resistance and a reluctance to change. Where dogma and traditions are
the least concern, assimilation is not blocked.
- Assimilation is encouraged where one group or the other stands to gain a commodity or protection greatly desired. Trade between China and Europe was
facilitated because both wanted commodities the other offered. In the Aftertime, desperate groups of human survivors will be eager for contact as they will
be suffering from nutritional deficiencies, hunger pangs, and festering injuries or intractable diseases that were formerly curable in times so recently in their
- Self centered motives that hinder assimilation will be steadily decreasing as entities who are undecided or firmly in the Service-to-Self orientation migrate to
other worlds following the death of their human bodies. In todays human society, the leader of the group likely to lose influence and power during an
assimilation resists. It matters not that the followers may suffer. Most leaders in human society are in that position because they desire power and control,
have ruthlessly secured it, and have no intention of being anywhere but on top of the heap. Service-to-Other leaders have the welfare of the group, not
themselves, as their priority.
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