Phone Calls from the Future — Chapter 12: Ancient People Rescued from Their Home Planet Share Stone-Working Techniques near Cusco, Peru
Phone Calls from the Future — Chapter 12: Ancient People Rescued from Their Home Planet Share Stone-Working Techniques near Cusco, Peru An Ancient Visitor through Robert Shapiro
On our home planet where we resided in the past, we did not have much surface to live on. The planet mostly consisted of fluids. There were some stone outcroppings, covering no more than twenty-four or thirty square miles of surface over the entire planet. That land was considered special, and it could not hold many people. But we were visited regularly by friends from other planets; almost always they were friends. There was lots of compassion from those who visited, and they often offered to take us some place else in order to have more ground to live on. As you may know, being a citizen of your planet, the idea of leaving the home you have been born and raised with for something completely unknown may appeal to a few but not to the majority.
The decision was made for us by our home planet because over time the fluids began to move up and portions of the surface were beginning to disappear. Friends were coming regularly to rescue the people. After a while, there was practically no surface available and all the people were assembled on various vehicles. It was suggested to us that since we had a great love for stone (because that’s what was above the fluids) we might enjoy, until we could find another place, experiencing a planet that was what our planet had been in the distant past. We found that intriguing and wanted to know all about it.
This was the first we had heard of our planet having been anything else in the past. We wanted some information on that. The information was granted: at one time our planet had water, clouds, and blue sky; all of this you would recognize. It also had much land surface, but the population was in competition with other populations and even with itself. Ultimately, the planet dried out and became desert-like.