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No, there are no robots that have been sent to Earth, because that is not necessary at all. If we think about exactly what a robot is supposed to be, then people of Earth would say: A robot is a machine that carries out tasks independently and has a goal that the robot uses for its mission. A robot is a machine that autonomously avoids obstacles, for example, to take soil samples on Mars, to examine them and to send the results to the ground station on Earth. How do you imagine such a robot in a foreign star system, we ask? Your robots today do not act autonomously because you still send commands from the ground station, as the scientists on Earth determine what to do during the mission. An artificial intelligence would take over many small decisions, but for that the scientists have to train the artificial intelligence, and if new situations arise on a foreign planet that you have not known at all so far, then even an automaton equipped with an artificial intelligence cannot make a sensible decision. Artificial intelligences only function properly where the environment and the upcoming situations are known in advance, so that the artificial intelligence can act largely autonomously within this framework. You, as a technological species, will always create automata to perform some task in familiar surroundings, but many evolved species are hardly technologically advanced, yet they are a quantum leap ahead of you in exploring alien worlds. Instead of developing a complicated automaton to do a specific task in a familiar environment, these species build a small device that can fly, that has no power problems, no computer, and this small device can do everything that all of your technological achievements do, but much more effectively. These small flying machines fly through your universe and they explore galaxies with all their worlds and for that they do not need a computer and no connection to their home planet, because these small devices can act absolutely autonomously. We have already told you about the research probes that you commonly call the Orbs and we have also said that an Orb is piloted by a partial consciousness of an alien researcher and this partial consciousness is the researcher, except that this partial consciousness has no physical body and therefore does not need to eat or sleep. This partial consciousness perceives itself in the crystal in the small flying machine as a person flying around in a spaceship. The partial consciousness has to steer the flying machine, the samples are collected by the mental abilities of the pilot and this consciousness decides completely independently what it wants to investigate and explore next. The partial consciousness can mentally leave the aircraft, but for the time of the mission it is bound to the drone. The partial consciousness of the researcher has no direct contact with the researcher, so that the researcher exists several times, so to speak. If the surveillance drone returns home to the researcher and the researcher connects with this surveillance drone, then, strictly speaking, both researchers are present in the surveillance drone, but in the surveillance drone there is then only one researcher who carries the partial consciousness that piloted the drone for the time of the connection. This process of connecting automatically ensures that both consciousnesses of the researcher synchronise, so to speak, and both consciousnesses exchange a lot of information automatically so that both consciousnesses know what the other consciousness experienced in the absence. This information synchronisation happens automatically and the researcher who left the partial consciousness in the surveillance drone then knows everything that the surveillance drone experienced on its mission. It is as if the researcher himself has experienced all that, which is exactly true. The researcher can thus actually accomplish two things independently in parallel. It will be many hundreds of years before earthly humans are ready to split off a partial consciousness and transfer it into a surveillance drone. When you are ready, strictly speaking, you will not be able to think as quickly after splitting off a partial consciousness as you could before, but since you will then have attained a mental potential that is much higher than your present potential, the difference will hardly be noticeable. Since the partial consciousness in the surveillance drone does not have a body, it will also act differently than the researcher, because a biological body always dictates certain ways of acting. If you consciously undertake a long astral journey, you will also perceive a change in behaviour, because now your body can hardly influence your actions. If the researcher never reconnects with his surveillance drone, then two personalities of one being will form, so that after death the incarnation mixes two new personalities and from this then the personality of the new incarnation arises. While we are talking about automatons and artificial intelligences, you might be interested in the information whether there are intelligent automatons with an artificial consciousness. What could constitute such an automaton, we ask? What makes a human being, we ask? A human being feels affection. What is affection, we ask? Affection is the ability to open oneself to another being. By this we mean the following. When a being is sad, another being can be of help to the sad being by taking the time to comfort the sad being. That is affection, even if some readers are now a little perplexed. Affection is given as a gift, just as love is given as a gift, except that when love is given, the person to be comforted is helped differently than when he or she only receives affection. If a being gives affection away, it always has the worse cards in its hand, to put it harshly, because the person gives the affection away without receiving anything in return to compensate for the affection provided. Unconditional love is different because it does not require anything in return. A person who can give away affection is not automatically capable of giving away his love. Look at affection as a precursor to love, then you can better classify it. If you can create an automaton that could give away true affection, then you have created an automaton that is more than an artificial intelligence could ever be, but how does the automaton know that someone needs affection and how can the automaton determine who gets its affection and who does not? We’re being honest – no computer can ever determine that because a computer or a program can only act in the way it has been taught to act beforehand. No matter how powerful a computer is and how many sensors detect its environment, a computer will never be able to show true affection. Therefore, there is no race of robots that are purely artificial, but a machine that can give affection is given partial consciousness by a spiritual or biological being so that the machine appears human, no matter how it appears on the outside. Animals, insects and plants have such a consciousness, but a machine will never develop a consciousness. We repeat our assertion and say: No machine has and will ever develop a consciousness of its own, no matter how advanced the machine has been constructed and no matter how complex the algorithms in the machine work, because a machine lacks something crucial that every consciousness has and that is the spark of life, which will always ensure that a consciousness can develop further and further, because the spark of life contains the humanity that every consciousness will always develop further. Some persons also say love to humanity, but because love is often equated with physical love, we say humanity to it, because no spiritual being exchanges physical love, but we give love away by performing loving actions, which offers us no advantages except that we do it freely from the heart. But when we look at physical beings that act like robots, it is a different matter because there are artificial but biological life forms that contain consciousness and we also think that these consciousnesses are special. Every animal, insect and also plant has a consciousness, but these consciousnesses originate from a very powerful consciousness and all these partial consciousnesses have a task, so that these consciousnesses hardly have any humanity in them. These consciousnesses are only to ensure that the life forms can exist. When a biological drone is created, it has an artificial consciousness, just like that of a plant, except that its tasks are more versatile and it can act autonomously, so we could say: This biological robot has a consciousness that can also show affection to a limited extent and these biological robots seem to have a personality, which is not the case. The Grey race has such biological drones because the Greys can also connect with such a drone when the drone is at a loss. But that is another topic and will certainly be addressed in detail one day.