Written and published on 15 September 2017
- VIDEO BY ALICE
- SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
- About the Paramecia
- Sidebar: Paramecia – Lions of the Microbial Savannah – Sharks of the Microbial Seas
- On the World View of Paramecia
- About the Paramecia
- TREE OF LIFE: THE GREAT SCHISM OF SPECIES LINES
- WHY THE SCHISM?
- ORIGINS OF LIFE ON EARTH
This video is about the world view of paramecia. There is an edited Summary after the video …
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.
About the Paramecia
And now I have just a small amount of channeling from the paramecia. (Singular is ‘paramecium’.)
These microbes live in bodies of warm, stagnant water. They are the sharks of the microbial world, much larger than the yeasts and the bacteria. In fact, paramecia are voracious predators of both yeasts and bacteria; they are the lions of the microbial savannah. Or to put it more aptly, they are the sharks of the microbial seas.
Sidebar: Paramecia – Lions of the Microbial Savannah – Sharks of the Microbial Seas
- Paramecia are 50 to 330 µm or ‘micrometers’ in length. (A micrometer is a millionth of a meter.) They are the lions of the microbial savannah, the voracious sharks of the microbial seas.
- Yeasts are 3 to 40 µm in length. That would mean that some yeasts are 15 times smaller than the smallest paramecia, and most yeasts are at least a little smaller than a paramecium. Also, they may be much slower moving, and more limited in strategic tactics than paramecia.
- Bacteria are 0.2 to 10 µm in length. That would mean that paramecia are at least five times longer than bacteria, and often much larger than that.
On the clairaudient plane, they sound kind of rough, and gruff, and ragged-edged. Their voices are not mellifluous.
On the World View of Paramecia
I asked them: Do you have any fun?
And they said: No, we don’t! … And then I was trying to think of what to say next.
And so I said: What do you do?
And they said, in a low, threatening tone of voice: We warn you not to copulate. [x2]
And I wondered: What are they doing to these micro-organisms while they’re copulating?
And they said: Balancing act on that one!
… That is a term that I have heard quite frequently in the collective subconscious: Balancing act on that one! … And so I thought and thought about it, while I was swimming.
And it occurred to me that this might mean that they are balancing the population of other species by preying upon them … eating them.
I was thinking about that, and I thought: Gosh, they’re sort of like cannibals.
And they said: No, we’re kind of like exo-eaters … or something like that. It was really very interesting. They pick up that prefix exo … as in exobiology … I guess, and then said they are ‘exo-eaters’.
Do they feel the microbes they are eating are from other planets? For instance, the bacteria are from Mars. They would qualify as exo.
What about the yeasts? According to Wikipedia, “The first yeast originated hundreds of millions of years ago….” –from Link: “Yeast,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yeast … WP:CC BY-SA ..
Yes but, where did they come from?
TREE OF LIFE: THE GREAT SCHISM OF SPECIES LINES
From the below Tree of Life, it appears there was, long ago, a giant, possibly unexplained schism in a very different subset of species, including Protozoa, algae, slime molds, plants, animals, and fungi, of which yeasts are a member …Image: “A highly resolved Tree of Life, based on completely sequenced genomes . The image was generated using iTOL: Interactive Tree Of Life , an online phylogenetic tree viewer and Tree Of Life resource. Eukaryotes are colored red, archaea green and bacteria blue. PNG image traced by hand to produce SVG version …
 Citation: Ciccarelli, FD (2006). “Toward automatic reconstruction of a highly resolved tree of life.” (Pubmed). Science 311(5765): 1283-7 …
 Citation: Letunic, I (2007). “Interactive Tree Of Life (iTOL): an online tool for phylogenetic tree display and annotation.”. Bioinformatics 23(1): 127-8.” — This work has been released into the public domain by its author, User A1 at the English Wikipedia project.
WHY THE SCHISM?
The big question is: Why the schism? Has this anything to do with the Late Heavy Bombardment? …
Link: “Late Heavy Bombardment,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Late_Heavy_Bombardment ..
If so, would the changeup have to do with heavy cosmic ray bombardment, causing radical gene shifts in pre-existing life?
Might some of the pre-existing life have been in some way protected from the cosmic ray bombardment, possibly by being deep underground, or deep in the oceans of Earth?
Might these survivors of the old gene lines … for instance, the Martian bacterial colonists of Earth … have then carried on after the bombardment, finding adventitious homes in the multicelled beings that began to manifest through the new, and very different, second gene line?
ORIGINS OF LIFE ON EARTH
If so, then most 3D life on Earth might be seen to have originated on Mars.
Of course, through the occult lore there is a belief that some forms of 3D and 4D life on Earth arrived from other planets … such as Maldek [now the asteroid belt) and Venus … or in the case of 4D life, even from other constellations, such as Orion.
In the 3D realm, I do not see a case for yeasts and bacteria, the prey of paramecia, being exo to paramecia, unless paramecia are exo to Earth and also exo to Mars. Maybe more will be known about this later.
I hope there will be more channeled on them later, because that was hardly anything.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
Link: “Speciation,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speciation ..
Link: “Timeline of the Evolutionary History of Life,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_evolutionary_history_of_life ..
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