How To Greet a Vegan (or any ET)
Extra terrestrials place incredible importance on politeness and proper greeting technique. It is especially important when meeting another race (with no understanding of their capabilities or intentions) to keep the peace and convey who you are clearly. It is believed that an initial miscommunication between the Lyrans and Draconians spurred the destruction of 3 Lyran planets.
– When meeting another race, stand square, bow, maintaining eye contact throughout the exchange and say “It is the manner and custom when entering my space that permission be asked.” This is because we must declare our space and sovereignty, as some races (I.e. the greys) would invade personal space if not. We would communicate this verbally, the recipient would probably respond telepathically.
– Most galactic races have 3 language “types,” formal, informal and differential. Differential is apparently reserved for politics. The formal is when addressing your own race or elders. The informal is what we’d probably use around close friends, though used much less, *never* in public and one must request that they can use informal language *before doing it*. I.e: “Can I talk slang for a bit with you?”
– The formal way of speaking is almost always used in public because we want to show that we regard our conversation partner as worthy of respect.
– Introductions should always include identification by full name, species name, any relevant titles, and your home planetary system. I.e “Greetings, I am Nicole (last name), humanoid, starseed, originating from Vega of Lyra.”
– This article did not discuss closings, but based on formality I would expect it to be similar to our human closings, a thank you and a goodbye.
– Interestingly, the article notes that there is some amount of respect given based on a few factors: more mature races (Lyra is considered an “elder race” and spoken of with high respect), a race’s lineage story, the number or size of the race.
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