History of Martians on Earth: The Ancient Ones . by Alice B. Clagett

Excerpted on 26 July 2018 from a blog published on 21 November 2016

Dear Ones,

Below is an excerpt from the Martian Archives … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-7sz

I have added this blog to my blog categories: History and Myths … as it is, to the more-than-4-billion-year racial memory of the dazzlingly varied terrestrial Martian colonists, History, and far better History than that of humankind till now.

Yet in a way it is also Myth, as the context in which a star race holds its History is the foundation of its understanding of life’s purpose and of its import; indeed, of its very right of claim to existence in our Universe.

History of Martians on Earth: The Ancient Ones

“My understanding is that the bacteria eking out a living on their own here on planet Earth … and which do not form colonies such as those found within mammals … are known as the ‘Ancient Ones’ of the Martian species collectively termed, here on Earth, ‘the Elder Race’.

“The Ancient Ones of these peoples were here on Earth before humankind, and were subject to the perils of predation by insects, spiders, and other beings. Thus the advisability of finding a safer ecological niche, such as within a mammalian gastrointestinal tract, circulatory system (whether blood of lymph); or in some cases less beneficial to the mammal, the muscle or nervous system.

“In the view of the colonists, the Ancient Ones are the pioneers, the very brave ones, whose existence might be cut off at any time by one slash of the razor-sharp mandibles of that fierce and loathsome being, the Ant. To be truthful, up close and personal, I see ants in the same light.

Image: Portrait of a red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta, by Alex Wild, modified 14 April 2015, from alexanderwild.com, public domain image by Alex Wild, produced by the University of Texas ‘Insects Unlocked’ program … DESCRIPTION: “This species arrived to the southeastern United States from South America in the 1930s. Specimen from Brackenridge Field Laboratory, Austin, Texas, USA.”

“To a Martian bacterium, an ant must represent a threat a little like this …

Image: Early humans Fight Giant Bird for Prey … https://paulxwillis.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/dscf6177.jpg ..

“Or, considering the size factor, the threat may be more like this …

Image: Big Gorgosaurus dinosaur attacks little Pachyrhinosaurus dinosaur, by Kidzworld …  http://s3.amazonaws.com/kidzworld_photo/images/20131217/a9bc1c07-3d8c-4a2b-b8d1-9ac478d171d2/gorgosaurus-attack.jpg ..

“Humankind, being so very large compared to bacteria, might well be considered a capacious, hospitable home to them, a refuge from the rapacious terrors of the world at large. When you think about it from the point of view of a bacterium, one gulp by any number of beings inside whom life is impossible or improbable, or one springtime shower, or a too-warm day in the desert, might be the end of one family line. Here is more about this …”

Continued here …

Link: “On Martian Bacteria: Good Martians and Bad Martians,” by Alice B. Clagett, 21 November 2016 … http://wp.me/p2Rkym-6qW ..

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

Excerpted from Link: “On Martian Bacteria: Good Martians and Bad Martians,” by Alice B. Clagett, 21 November 2016 … http://wp.me/p2Rkym-6qW ..

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Martians, Elder Race, bacteria, Earth history, interspecies communication, myths, interspecies communication, microbiology, insects, social insects, ants,

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