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Oscar's Fifth Grand Cycle


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[Oscar] Hello Michael =) I'd like to continue with my Grand Cycles, and like to know about my fifth Grand Cycle (as a Server). Could you please describe the species, life cycle, planet, details on its evolution as a sentient species, notable traits, things learned as its role, etc. I'd like to use the time for both questions for this.

[MEntity] From what we can see, this Grand Cycle was experienced as a species that would be similar to that of what you might recognize as a rabbit or kangaroo on your current planet, though much larger in size.


[Oscar] lol


[MEntity] This was a species that lived in a similar way to what Earth's Cetaceans live like, with an emphasis on philosophy, intellect, and play.
[MEntity] Earth's sentient Cetaceans, that is.
[MEntity] Similar to rabbits, this species procreated beyond any necessity for so many bodies, which led to two rare scenarios for a species: bodies from within a sentient race that did not have "souls," if you will, and many bodies dying very early in their lives.
[MEntity] This is what helped move the species into a long arc of exploration of metaphysics, philosophy, spirituality, and so on.
[MEntity] This also generated an early recognition of responsibility and maturity within the species for its impact on its environment, leading to some of the most valuable mores any species has ever had.
[MEntity] Its own inherent survival instincts ironically nearly drove the species to extinction several times before someone "caught on" that the slowing down of reproduction must be considered.
[MEntity] This was on par with the discovery of electricity for this species.
[MEntity] Bringing such an awareness to the process of something that was "so natural" that was causing so much harm was profound, and turned the species into a careful, measured, and ultimately extremely joyful species.
[MEntity] All species have some similar process to its evolution of awareness as a whole. For instance, Humans continue to return to the "Achilles' Heel" of Consumption.
[MEntity] Rather, all Sentient Species.
[MEntity] Humans, it would seem, also "love to procreate," but more than procreation, Humans consume.
[MEntity] However, the species of which we speak "loved" to procreate, and once there is a means for managing what one "loves to do" without it being a source of one's demise, a great shift occurs for the species as a whole.
[MEntity] This is true for the individual, as well, of course.
[MEntity] The species never took off for off-planet exploration, but became a great sanctuary for other Sentient species who had discovered them at the time, turning the planet into a rather wonderful retreat for education, meditation, and healing.
[MEntity] This species, then, became a great influence in its part of the galaxy for mediation, peace-keeping, and policies that were of benefit to all.
[MEntity] Unfortunately, near the end of the cycle for this species, it was "wiped out" by a species who decimated their planet. 

[Bobby] [those damn Klingons]
[Oscar] lol
[Oscar] What was the reason for that? Conquest?


[MEntity] A handful of survivors who were able to be taken into sanctuary on planets that had benefited so much from them, and the instinct for procreation returned in a way that was tremendously successful for returning the species to a population that allowed for completion of the cycles.
[MEntity] Though interplanetary travel remained unappealing to the species, interplanetary incarnations began then, as the species now had stations across a few planets.
[MEntity] And when the species finally died out, its influence continued for what might be equivalent of 3 Grand Cycles of incarnations through that system.
[MEntity] These became loving gods and protectors of subsequent sentient species.
[MEntity] We will complete our session with you here today. Synopsizing these Grand Cycles does not do justice to the complexities and beauty that each represents for your Essence, but they are a start in understanding just how vast each of us is.

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