That's what life is like on Mars
By Eric Faucher
|Imagine a world of unlimited abundance and health where there are no laws or taxes, where divorce is unheard of, and where money is unnecessary.
That is what life is like on Mars, according to top educator, author, and psychic Dr Ernest Norman, who says he has visited a virtual Garden of Eden.
Norman, in the new book The Truth About Mars (Unarius, 1988), reveals the details of a technologically advanced and human civilization on the Red Planet that he saw as the quest of an amazingly human-like Martian, Nur El, who contacted him psychically and who acted as a guide on the incredible trip.
"The Martians are quiet, peace-loving people," writes Norman. "The people of Mars are smaller than those on Earth, only averaging about four feet, six inches in height. The texture of the skin is very fine and soft, while the hair is usually straight, black, and quite fine."
Norman adds that the Martians have discovered how to duplicate a remarkably comfortable and Earth-like environment underground, powered by atomic energy - which explains why traces of their civilization have not yet been detected by Earthbound scientists.
Incredibly, according to Norman, the Martians have virtually no laws and very little government.
"Martians never break laws, consequently there are no laws. They have long ago eliminated legislative bodies. The average Martian has an advanced state of conscious personal integrity. There are no taxes, as this land is run like a highly ordered nonprofit business."
What's more, says Norman, marriage and family life, instead of career and financial success, are considered the most important commitments. "Marriage is very sacred here," writes Norman. "Very rarely is there a separation or divorce."
All Martians, according to Norman, are employed and the economy is extremely healthy even though they have no banking system or currency. Instead, they use a unique kind of credit card to satisfy their needs and wants. "A working person is provided with a metal plate which is stamped with his or her name and an identifying number," explains Norman. "This plate is used in large, automat-like dispensers which I was shown. When a person desires food, clothing, or whatever the need, he merely inserts the charge-a-plate and withdraws it along with the article."
Norman adds that the Martians are aware of Earthlings and share a belief in a Supreme Being. He says they often attempt to communicate with certain humans using telepathy.
From Aug 23, 1988 EXAMINER