"Non-Fiction" The Seeding: The New Migration (Mini-Series Part Five)

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The act of transmigration was an illuminating prospect for the planetary races of the HUman pioneers, our long-forgotten by many, parents, who first brought the diverse races from other planets to this earth on a project whose enormity equaled no other at the time nor since. – Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries Cortez

Introduction To New Species And Cultures

Dear Ones and wise readers alike who read with the remembrance somewhere deep within your star-studded souls, let us now take a look at how the first pioneers of this new earth, Angorius, began to coordinate with one another in this great and enormous project of the Federation of Free Planets.

As we do, let the each one of you also think as to the little clues left to you though out of sinc with the actual reality and text of how it was in the beginning upon this earth, sky, shale and water as to what your so-called holy texts of both erroneous facts, and lies you have all been fed up throughout the ages, did actually say.Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries Cortez

The Act Of Transmigration

When the moving vessels, our starships, traversed throughout the near and far regions carrying many different races from many different worlds and various galaxies within the first and second universe and landed upon the new earth, they landed within different regions around the globe.

Now, of course, even though there were those races from other planets who were nowhere as technologically advanced as some of the other people or races they had come to join on the new earth, Angorius, with, they were more advanced in their technology than to need landing strips of immense proportions or long air strips.

No less advanced starcraft needed any such type of air strips simply because the culture of magnetism though a new technology for some of them, still did pass through the biodegradable compounds they were also using for fuel. Mars was much like Iraq, a great refueling station and still continues to be so, but deep in the depths of the core of their earth.

Where Did The Migration Begin In What Is Now Called The Middle East?

We will take as an example the region you now call as the middle of the east. And within the middle of this east now survives the broken land called nations. But the first lands or nations had no such word as borders.

This is because a border distinguished a “region” as being “separated” from other brothers and sisters of different races and cultures whom also landed and set up regions but made no land claim, for all the earth belonged to the HUman races under the guidance of the Federation Of Free Planets.

What is now known as the nation of Iraq was indeed the first landing in the middle of your east by the standard of your own compass. From Iraq began the migration into what you now sectioned off with borders as being Egypt, then the migration proceeded to the next land section you now call Syria, and then the nation you call Iran, and finally the portion of land you call Arabia or Saudi Arabia since one family stole the inheritance from them all. Each nation this was done with until a hierarchy was set up called kingdoms and later on, provinces, states, colonies, or conglomerates.

We mean no disrespect here, for under the present day non-Federated system of Free Planets some type of order needed be brought about to control somewhat the disorder the “nations” by this time were facing.

The Great Preservation

Upon this waystation which simply meant away from home was a great and huge experiment drawn up and set in motion by the Federation of Free Planets. The project’s success in bringing together under one roof, so to speak, many peoples from other worlds within two of our universes, in sharing their arts, their technology, their culture, their wisdom; to educate one another in all aspects of the others' planetary homeland afar, and at this time not to mix races in marriage, for until they learned to live, one with another upon the same planet, intermarriage, which they called unions, could raise problems before the experiment in all of its diverse mechanisms was off the ground, so to speak, was of paramount importance.

As well, the peoples were to learn the disciplines of cooperation and experience living in peace among those of other cultures and races in close range; and of protecting one another through the act of respect and loyalty and in order to gain an acute understanding that “when one preserves the rights and cultures of another so do they protect their own rights and cultures.”

A simple wisdom
but one so necessary for survival of the species of both the HUman being as well as the creature, the fauna, the waters, and the sky regions.

(Continued in Part Six)

- Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries Cortez

"Non-Fiction" The Seeding: Was There More Than One Landing Place Besides Iraq? (Mini-Series Part Four)

"Non-Fiction" The Seeding: What Were Some Of The First Unusual Creatures? (Mini-Series Part Three)

"Non-Fiction" The Seeding: Did Other Creatures Actually Come From Other Planets? (Mini-Series Part Two)
"Non-Fiction" The Seeding: Did HUmanity Actually Come From Other Planets? (Mini-Series Part One)

“Extraordinary!” Project Blue Beam - Are The Christians Correct? Maybe Not...Quite (Mini-Series Part Six)
"Extraordinary!” “What And Where Is Heaven And Hell?” (Mini-Series Part Five)
The “Extraordinary!” “Is Telepathy A Gift Or A Right?” (Mini-Series Part Four)
The “Extraordinary!” What Kind Of Music Exists On A Paradisaical World? (Mini-Series Part Three)
The "Extraordinary!" - What Is A Paradisaical World? (Mini-Series Part Two)
The "Extraordinary!" - A Peek Into Paradise!!! (Mini-Series Part One)
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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
3rd Oct 2015 (#)

Another awesome post you guys enjoyed every one of them and hail for the Federation of Free Planets!

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author avatar Rania, Jamie & Reni
4th Oct 2015 (#)

Thanks as always for your compliment, Fern.

Jamie and Rania, and Reni

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
3rd Oct 2015 (#)

Excellent article as always! I loved the pictures and the explanations. I like the idea of the Federation of Free Planets. Now everything is so different here on earth (Angorius) Thank you for sharing this series. I find it very interesting.

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author avatar Rania, Jamie & Reni
4th Oct 2015 (#)

We cannot thank you enough, Nancy, for your enthusiastic comment. Much love.

Jamie and Rania, and Reni

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author avatar Rania, Jamie & Reni
4th Oct 2015 (#)

And thank you, Mark, for the star once again.

Jamie and Rania, and Reni

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