Were there any consequences for the civilization that destroyed Lemuria?
I’ll get to those in a bit, but can you for once stop thinking in terms of consequences? You Earth folks are so narrow-minded. What if they made it good voluntarily?
Made it good voluntarily? For such a huge debacle?
Well, you are faced with a similar debacle on your planet if things continue without external help.
I see. You’re saying that they’re sending in the volunteers.
A large chunk of the volunteers are people from this civilization. They’re called Star Children, by the way.
Oh, Star Children! The term sounds very familiar.
Oh, it should be familiar to you, it should be very familiar. *smiles*
Yes. She gives you the motivation to continue with your task, doesn’t she?
*smiles back* Right! I’ve seen so many Star Children around me, now that I’m putting 2 + 2 together.
Oh yes, you can’t miss their shining, bright, smiling, vibrant and vivacious faces. They infuse light, life, energy and motivation into their environment. They have twinkling eyes, and a mischevious grin. They draw you out, and keep you on your toes. They are extremely tech savvy. They give you hope, and the will to carry on with your task. They are highly evolved, and have versatile and resolute DNA structures. Even their RNA will play a huge role for mankind, once it is understood. They’re Lemuria + high-tech, all in one. Star Children have made it good again.
Right, right, so right you are. There’s no need for consequences.
See. That’s how evolved people resolve things. Instead of punishment, they make it good again. Star People themselves realized their blunder, and came forward.
I thought they were called Star Children.
Star People, Star Children, both names are used. They had panicked. They were highly advanced, and a holocaust would have meant that more than 50 pioneering technologies would be lost. Before voting to conduct the dangerous experiment elsewhere first, they also voted that if they survived this, they would share each of their pioneering technologies with all civilizations who were responsible enough to deal with such advanced technology. And, they would share this free of cost.
So it was basic and sheer preservation of knowledge that others hadn’t systematically understood. This knowledge had come after huge effort and sacrifice, and was in danger of being lost for good.
Correct. At such a time, one’s decision-making process can be very erratic. And they’ve come good. They’ve shared so many technologies with so many civilizations, free of cost, and now they’re giving Earth what it desperately needs: love, motivation, energy infusion, cleansing, and responsible next-level ultra-high-tech thinking.
And what caused their planet to become unstable?
They had a lot of deep-core experiments going on. They’d dug about 500 tunnels into their planet’s core. These tunnels were inhabitable. You’d have highly evolved citizens meditating in these tunnels, with their bodies and brains wired to super-computers. Tremendous levels of information would come through, and would form the basis of their technological development.
Having said that, one cannot perform such aggressive experiments and expect that nothing negative will happen. Interference with core-energy got to such a level, that the planetary grid started to short-circuit, time and again, causing earthquakes, tsunamis and the like. They quickly emptied these tunnels, and filled them up with debris and absorptive material, but a certain critical mass had been topped, and the natural disasters were getting bigger and bigger. That’s when they panicked, and decided to perform the do or die experiments to save their planet, with the rider that the more dangerous experiment would be tested elsewhere first.
I see. And the extreme situation made them ignore Lemuria and everything Lemuria stood for.
Unfortunately. That was the blunder. But they’ve made it good again, right?
Oh, totally! They’ve made it good again.