On July 3rd, 2009, Equinox was asked:
With regards to the Civilizations that live within the Earth, are there ways to...
EQ: Absolutely not. They chose to vacate thy whole realm because the way that thee are so foreign to the way that they want to be and are, dost thou understand? It is as though they handled a very bad situation very well. They disappeared before they could be wiped out. How many civilizations on Terra have been wiped out for being different than the prevailing civilization?
Guest: Most of them.
EQ: So what a wondrous gift that this civilization instead of trying to fight to be the one on Top choose to vacate that position to keep their Integrity intact. And NO they don't want thee. It is very interesting, it is almost as it was in the late 60's and early 70's when so many of the Flower people decided to become Native Americans when the Native Americans didn't want them. It is very much the same. Thee cannot decide that thee are going to become a Culture that thee have no concepts of and think that they would want thee,
Guest: Did they just pick people, I mean, Where did they originate from? Were they just people that lived in a way to achieve being there? I don't understand.
EQ: What thee have to understand is that Terra, to thy Dinosaurs, Terra is a Seeded Planet. Dost thou understand what this is?
EQ: Consequently, there have been many Alien species that have spent time upon Terra. Some colonized and stayed. Thy ancestors were colonists, as were these entity’s, different places, different visions, different ways.
Guest: Well if they were here to make it better, they lived among the other people?
EQ: Thee are making a judgment. What is "better".
Guest: Well are they making a judgment by saying they don't want to...
EQ: They have a right to make a judgment. Thee have a right to make a judgment, but we will not make judgments as to whether it is better or not. They may believe their culture is better than thine. Thee believe thy culture is better. Within Terra, every single Country, believes they are better.
Guest: I guess better was the wrong word, because I don't mean I don't understand what their really like and what they do...
EQ: And they do not want thee to understand. This is why they keep themselves almost entirely invisible and only very few entities have seen them. But those entities throughout the Ages have written of having seen them. So there is a history of them having been here, but there will not be, as we see it, at this point a co-habitation. It isn't necessary. They do not desire it. They do not feel that thee have anything that they need.
Guest: Why did they live on the Earth then? Why didn't they go somewhere else if we're horrible?
EQ: No, we did not say they thought that thee were horrible...
Guest: Well nothing together, sharing, which is...
EQ: And dost thou believe that everything upon this Planet must be shared? It is shared. It is shared. But dost thou have to be in control of how it is shared?
EQ: But this is what thee are saying, because thee are angry that these entities do not want to be intermingled with humanity.
Guest: I just thought we were made from the same pure energy whether we were ignorant about it or not. I have no idea what they are like, what they do...
EQ: And this is exactly how they want it.
Guest: I may not even want to go there, but I was just curious...
EQ: Have thee not been made aware that there are entities that live deep within the jungle, that up until very recently were considered to not exist? And what happened once there was an interaction with the rest of the World?
Guest: Typically they get wiped out.
EQ: Very good. If nothing, If nothing else, if the slightest, the only slightly happens, they will become so acculturated that they lose who they are. And this group of entities does not want this.
Guest: Sometimes our curiosity has to take a backseat ...
Guest: I thought they were more intelligent than natives, that had no projection from our culture or our pushing something on them. I thought these were superior...
EQ: Even if a group is superior, things rub off. How do we say this?
Guest: Acculturation is inevitable, when two cultures meet. We always share, it can't be helped.
EQ: There is never a purity once two cultures intertwine. It becomes a melting-pot. And this culture does not want to be part of the melting-pot. They do not want to lose their history.
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