A0707: Why is Japan special? – Part 8

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When the Wanderers visited Earth to study the flora and fauna, they already knew very well which human races were native to Earth, because almost every human species in your quadrant is watching very closely what is happening to the people on Earth. The Wanderers were a community of explorers who visited the planets again and again to determine the biodiversity. When a native race discovers agriculture, many races are interested in how the native species is doing and how agriculture is changing the environment. This is exactly why the Wanderers were on Earth. They were taking data to determine how the environment was doing. If they visit the Earth repeatedly and collect the same measurements over and over again, they will collect so many data sets over a very long period of time that they can do very good research. The Wanderers also observe agriculture, so they can see many useful details there, which historically are a real treasure, because beings on a planet take a very long time for the cultivation of plant and animal life to reach a peak from which the native species can benefit the most. Everything that happens in the process is extremely interesting for far advanced species because they can then not only draw conclusions about their own development, but even more so, they are able to compare the social quantum leaps with this development so that the markers for this can be clearly recognised. No indigenous species will develop there completely independently, so that there are always many factors that come in from outside. These are either influences from the spiritual world or extraterrestrial researchers are of the opinion that a native species can take the next step. There are also extraterrestrial groups who in turn pursue their own plans, so that they teach the indigenous species or groups of indigenous beings because they expect an advantage from it. The Anunnaki are such alien beings who only see their own advantage and therefore initiate a social development among human races in order to get them to voluntarily hand over their gold deposits to them. The Wanderers were also such a group after the ditching, who trained the earthly humans, only for their own benefit. The Wanderers knew that they would have to stay on these planets for a long time until they were rescued, so they had devised a plan that would enable them to bridge this time together with the native population. Therefore, they trained the Edo people in many arts that guaranteed them the right to stay, even though the Edo people did not ask for anything in return. We do not say that they would have survived long without their plan, but their quid pro quo guaranteed very great progress for Japan and much of the earth, so that in retrospect the Wanderers themselves were such a social marker that they had previously tried to determine by their measurements of the earth’s environment. They knew very well what they were doing and they also suspected that their training would one day be noticed outside Japan, but they were also meticulous about what they passed on as knowledge so that society would not suddenly degenerate. Their research on many planets with pre-industrial societies showed them very precisely how these societies change from a pre-industrial to an industrial society, and this is actually always accompanied by disastrous effects on the environment, so they taught the inhabitants of Edo many things, but in such a way that the industrial age on Earth was still a long way off. As Edo became more and more prosperous, the Wanderers’ concern was that the people of Edo should also share their wealth so that every resident of Edo would have some. But when wealth got out of hand, the Wanderers did something that is still very much a part of Japanese culture today, even if it is not practised to the same extent as it was in the Wanderers’ time. The villagers of Edo were instructed to use their wealth to support people outside Edo. You could equate it with your present day appeals for donations, though there were differences which we will briefly touch upon. Every rich villager was instructed to be careful with their wealth, so displaying wealth was not welcome. If someone was very wealthy, so to speak, they were expected to spend a portion of their wealth to support people outside Edo. The form of this support varied, but the support was always intended to lead to the accumulation of wealth by the people supported, so that the people supported would one day be able to support other people, who in turn used their support to accumulate wealth to support other people. So it could go on and on until the overall wealth of the population reached a level where everyone was better off than before. This sounds very good in theory, but in practice it cannot be carried through to the end in this way. However, this approach had the effect that the villages near Edo also became prosperous quite quickly, so that Edo’s dimensions one day included these villages as well, because these villages also benefited from the prosperity they had gained and grew larger and larger. Today Japan is divided into provinces; in the past there were only villages, which then grew so large that they joined together and regulated ever larger areas. Today Japan has a government, in the past villages had village elders who were in charge. In the past, when a village devised a new course of action, it could develop completely independently of the other villages. However, the Wanderers ensured that the whole of Japan benefited from their actions because they saw the sharing of wealth as the duty of every inhabitant and even though most people today can hardly understand this, it was only natural for the inhabitants of Edo at that time because the Wanderers never gave advice that was not useful and since all the inhabitants of Edo believed that the Wanderers were spirits incarnate, the advice was also never questioned. In the end, the Wanderers brought only good to the people of Japan and their idiosyncrasies are still represented in Japanese folklore today because all extraordinary spirit figures are in fact meant to symbolise the wanderers who brought progress to Japan 70,000 years ago, but only to the extent that the people could still independently experience their later industrial revolution. Today, Japan is a highly technical country, but at the same time it cultivates its traditions, which were very much shaped by the Wanderers because they made Japan what it is today. Japan is very peculiar and many things that are natural to a Japanese are strange to foreigners, because for a very long time Japan cultivated an extraterrestrial culture that did not exist in this form anywhere else on earth. Many groups and races were trained by extraterrestrial beings, but nowhere on earth was the procedure of an extraterrestrial race so much incorporated into an existing culture as among the Japanese. Japanese people today still cultivate the ways of an extraterrestrial race and that makes every single Japanese person extraordinary because you can actually see an extraterrestrial race in a traditional Japanese person. Go to a traditional Japanese festival and you will be on the planet of the Wanderers and you will be able to see the general behaviour of this extraterrestrial race. That is why Japan is something very special that does not exist a second time on your Earth. Japanese culture has changed, as has the culture of the Wanderers, but the cultural core of these two cultures is the same, for in the many years that the Wanderers have had to endure on Earth in Edo, they have brought much of their culture to the inhabitants of Edo. The people of Edo gratefully accepted all the knowledge and all the wisdom and defined their Japanese culture with it. This is exactly what will happen to you after the official first contact with an intelligent extraterrestrial species, which will be carried out by you humans with the extraterrestrial inhabitants of the Andromeda sector before the end of this decade. This human race is very far ahead of you technologically and culturally, but they will share much of this with you, so that Earth humanity will make a quantum leap technologically and socially through this first contact, just as the Japanese did when they were trained by the Wanderers. In the next part to this series, we will discuss the confrontation of a group with the inhabitants of Edo because villages joined together to rid Edo of the dangerous spirits, believing that evil spirits had taken possession of the inhabitants of Edo and they now command the inhabitants of Edo as the embodied spirits that the Wanderers represented. This confrontation is an object lesson of interpersonal relationships built on many misunderstandings that you are still subject to today, but that is what makes human beings.

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