EQ: We have already said, the Planet was seeded. During the seeding certain entities were tried. Humanity was by no means the first idea. Because when thee think about it, humanity is very frail, and potentially wiped out early on. So of course a species that was more robust, many species that were more robust were tried, they failed.
Guest: Is that why they were so big?
EQ: That was one of the concepts, yes. That size would somehow make better.
Guest: It didn't seem to work out that way.
EQ: No. And their brains did not develop as fast as their physical bodies did, and this becomes an issue and then by the time they realized that a large brain was important, probably the most important thing for survival, they didn't want something that large, think of the size and it ended up that they decided perhaps humanity could make it through ingenuity. They even tried two types of humanity, is this not so?
Guest: At least.
Guest: If it wasn't for people's minds that may have made, I thought it was through people, freewill or whatever made them mean to each other so I'm wondering why were dinosaurs created like that too.
EQ: Dinosaurs were not made to be mean to one another, they were made to be able to survive so something has to eat something. And what is typical upon Terra is somehow, entities believe it is lesser to eat something with a face than it is to eat a plant. But all things are alive and all things are of God. Why is it less important to be a plant eater than it is to be meat eater? So it was put together that a variety would be there and what could survive would survive and what could not would not. And that is exactly what has occurred, is it not so? Many, many entities are in survival now, others aren't.
Guest: Some plants eat animals.
Guest: I know, but why, I don't just get that. I am curious, why so...
EQ: Why not? It is all a vision of how thee look at it. If thee look at it as bad then to thee it is bad. To us it is just the way that it is. It is not bad and it is not good. If thee are speaking with an animal and it chooses to lay down it's life for thee to eat, and thee have been wondrous to the animal and fed it well and taken care, goodly care of it, it is not a bad thing to do. It is only when thee treat the creatures terribly, thee torture them their whole life and then thee eat them. Why this is so bad is thee are poisoning thyselves. Because all their fear, all their anxiety has been released through their endorphins into their meat and then thee eat them and then thee wonder why thy populace is so violent.
Guest: What about talking about original mammals on the Planet, at what time did the Sasquatch come around?
EQ: Sasquatch is an interesting Being because a it is not a seeded Being, it is in itself an Alien and they come and go at will.
Guest: They aren't Inter-dimensional are they?
EQ: No. They are species unto themselves from a different place, but not a different dimension. Dost thou understand?
Guest: Can you tell us a little bit more, why they came here, seems like they’re, I don't want to say Colony or anything like that...
EQ: They're observing. They are observing. Just as thee have had other species observe thee, they are observing. Throughout thy cultures, throughout thy mythologies, thee will find references of being, of humanity being observed. Some, there are interactions with, others are pure science, and in pure science thee do not… what is this that the Star Trek...
Guest: Oh, the Prime Directive, non-interference.
EQ: Good this is it. So they come, they observe, attempt to be invisible, as invisible as they can be, but the more that humanity spreads out, the more that is taken over, invisibility becomes much more difficult doesn't it?
Guest: So the ones that are here, they don't, they stay on this planet, they don't go back?
EQ: NO, no, no. They come and go, we said this. They come and go, they do not remain.
Guest: What type of a vehicle involved, may I ask?
EQ: It is cigar-shaped and not very large. They only travel in 2 and 3 entity vehicles, they do not travel in what thee call "Mother ships". We think this is funny. Something new, no one has ever asked us...
Guest: Would we recognize where they are from if you say?
EQ: Oh no, it is not within this Galaxy.
Guest: In other places are there people that can exist without that kind of nourishment?
EQ: There are entities that are non-physical, of course they exist without that kind of nourishment, but when thee are physical, thee must feed.
Guest: A flow of energy.
Guest: Sasquatch, are they vegetarians?
EQ: Yes. They also eat bark. So anything that is plant matter is digestible for them. Anything that is plant matter.
Guest: So they can have more than one stomach?
EQ: We wouldn't even describe what they have quite as a stomach.
Guest: One hellava digestive system.
Guest: I'd like to meet one.
EQ: They don't speak English.
Guest: It doesn't matter, a picture is worth a thousand words.
EQ: They do not smell good.
Guest: That's alright, I'm sure that's worth another thousand words.
Guest: I wonder why they don't bathe more frequently, I mean think of it, more advanced civilizations, traveling Intergalactically, that they would be a little cleaner.
EQ: Thee are making an assumption that the odor they emanate from their systems is something they find unattractive. They find it quite attractive and it works to keep other animals away from them. It is a form of defense mechanism, and a form of drawing others of their species to them.
Guest: Are we kind of unique in that way, that we try to cover up our natural smells? No other animal seems to do that.
EQ: Yes thee are very unique when thee do this. That thee cover thyself with so many smells that many of them are poisonous to thy systems. And we find this quite interesting.
Guest: Now when they ask me I'll know what to tell them.