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ZetaTalk: Family of Man
Note: written by Jul 15, 1995. Planet X and the 12th Planet are one and the same.


The larger family of man is not what humans are used to thinking, where they generously include all the races in the world. The larger family of man extends quite a way out into the Universe. There has been much channeled information on this subject, of much interest to readers worldwide. In what way is this larger family related, and what are the differences? There are, of course, more similarities than differences. The same could be said of the human races on Earth, and even the different sexes. Line up all the characteristics, and the differences are less than a single percentage point. But differences are what is noticed, so we will discuss differences.

Humans have been adapted for the Earth, which has characteristics different from other planets. The Earth has large carnivorous animals, and without the ability to go into a blind rage in a final act of defense, troupes of early men simply did not survive. In essence, a single early man, usually a dominant male, would take a stand against the attacking animal while the rest ran for safety. In most cases the dominant male became a meal. In human societies there often, for mating purposes, seem to be an excess of males, especially as some males seem to get all the women they want. Historically, there was not an excess of males, as they got eliminated regularly. When the females in the troupe crowded around the strongest, meanest, most touchy-tempered male in the troupe, it was with great foresight. This was the guy that was going to take the hit for them, when push came to shove.

Other worlds have been more benign, and the hominoid developed there more placid. Pleiadeans and Lyrans have this placid temperament, and some humans carry these traits as a result of their genetic contributions.

Yet other worlds have presented environments even more hostile than the Earth, and the hominoids placed there adapted accordingly. The Sirians are such a race of hominoids, as well as the hominoids from the 12th Planet. What was the hostility they faced? On Sirian worlds, and there are a number of home planets for this race, there is a scarcity of food in proportion to the number of Sirians. Unlike the Earth, which has large carnivores, on Sirian worlds, there was not steady elimination of their number, and their population exploded. As a result, the surviving Sirians were war like, acquisitive, and dominant. The others starved to death. On the 12th Planet, there was a similar situation, as this planet has a long journey away from the Sun, and though it expends its own energy such that it has a faint glow as it travels through the darkness of space, the vegetation does not grow abundantly. One of their plants is a stimulant for them, like a growth hormone, and those who acquired this plant were stronger and more vital. War, to the point of eliminating the opponent, is the rule on the 12th Planet.

Intellectual development has likewise followed a path compliant with the environment hominoids were perforce living in. The Nordics are intellectual to the exclusion of other activities, and for good reason. Their planet presented a world without large carnivores to defend against, but where the production of food required cooperation and careful planning. Thus the traits of mental acuity and cooperation rather than independence led to survival. They as a consequence work closely together, and discuss issues to the point that other hominoids find ridiculously worrisome. The Pleiadeans and Lyrans required the least mental activity to survive, and are not known as mental giants accordingly. We, the Zetas, also developed our impressive mental capacities due to our environment, where on our worlds there was dim light and scarce resources as food, but fighting among ourselves for the resources was not enough. We had to devise ways to enhance the food source, and collaborate on this as well.

In other matters, such as sex life and longevity, there is not as much difference between the hominoid races as one would think. There are slight variations. Where a race moves into 4th Density, longevity increases naturally, as the spirit carries more weight, literally, in proportion to the body and thus has greater influence. The sex drive in humans tends to have more variability than in the other hominoid races, with some humans not thinking about sex at all, and others obsessed. Our sexuality was strong also, but homogeneously so, as is the sex drive of the inhabitants of the 12th Planet. The placid Pleiadeans and Lyrans find sex hot only when no one is objecting, as in the happy marriage where all the in-laws are enthusiastic and all friends approve. Where there is objection, they abstain, and without great pain. They can put sex on the shelf.

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