Announcements about our sun and its natural conditions

- Chapter 45 -
Uranus' sixth corresponding pair of belts; men, plants and animals.

ow the continental land of the sixth solar belt is constituted has already been considered when getting to know this belt.
What is left to consider, is man's position and how his life corresponds to that of the planetary inhabitants. What therefore do these equatorial inhabitants look like?
Regarding shape, they are the same as we saw upon the other equatorial belts and have a completely human form, since they are made in the image of My being. Only the size of the people varies between equators. Their size is double that upon the planet and their power ten times that of their planetary brethren.
Wherefore their works and building products are also on a far greater scale than those we met upon the planet. These people too are of a most enterprising spirit taking great pleasure in diverse, huge undertakings.
There you would come across buildings to make you shudder. Even their private dwellings are of such grandeur, as you have not heard of yet. But regarding their temples of God, it would be difficult to give you a concept thereof.
Before going into building particulars however, we want to look more closely at men's shape. By size you would recognise them as planetary inhabitants, but not so by form. This we shall discuss. What does this person look like?
His feet are not average and exceedingly muscular and strong by structure. The sole of his foot is of almost horn-like solidity, whilst his footsteps are relatively small. His knees you would call pointed because the kneecap has to be exceptional in relation to the strength of his foot, whilst the thighs are not wellrounded but muscle-flexing with every movement. His posterior is proportionately strong and extremely flexible.
His spine rises with great power and is notably wide but slightly narrower towards the loins than at the shoulders - the seat of his arms. His chest is wide but rather flat and richly supplied with muscle bands, which heave mightily with arm movements.
His arms and hands are not very large either and notably muscular like his feet with protruding elbows. Of special note however are his flat hands and fingers. The flat hand has an exceptionally prominent thumb muscle, ending in a broad, short and exceedingly strong thumb. His fingers are of nearly equal length and strength with only the little finger a trifle shorter. The three middle fingers deviate very little from a straight line. That is the hand structure.
His neck is rather short and square rather than round, upon which sits a rather strong head i.e. a head whose individual parts are of note. His forehead is high but bent forward towards the hair, and ending in two prominences at the temples, the latter themselves ending like two elongated knobs. His eyebrows too protrude considerably, whilst his cheekbones beneath the eyes also are bent forward. His eyes are deep-set and of average proportion to the head and of a wild and fiery appearance. His nose is a strong one with a marked prominence in its middle. His mouth is rather large with muscular comers whilst his chin is beardless and also protrudes markedly. His ears are also rather big and set further back than yours.
His hair is shaggy but without curls, somewhat resembling that of your Negro. His skin is of a light chestnut colour.
That is how the male looks. It hardly needs to be mentioned that the sex organs also are in proportion to the powerful physical build.'
Regarding his attire this consists of a type of trousers similar to that of the Israelites, secured at the top by a band at the loins and similarly below the knees. This is the male's clothing only upon this equator. On the corresponding planet however the male's clothing is similar to the Israelites of yore except it is a lighter colour. That completes the description of the male.
What does the woman look like? The woman on the whole is much more rounded than the man, notwithstanding the fact that she would not be classified as beautiful upon your Earth, for her skin colour is only a shade lighter than the male's. Regarding corpulence however, she would pass as merely your meagre types.
Her hair is also rather woolly rather than curly and hardly reaches down to the shoulders.
Her breast is sagging rather than of oval form and its bulk is concentrated around the nipples or suction warts as you call them.
The woman's dress likewise consists of nothing other than a type of apron trousers with many folds as worn by the Turks, closed below the knee.
The woman's head is graced with a hat somewhat cone shaped, fastened with a band under the chin.
Those are brief portraits of the male and female before us. On considering the physical form of these people you shall not need much physiological science to guess what the spirit of these people is like. They carry on the same as people upon the planet, but on a much bigger scale.
Regarding vegetation, this also resembles that upon the planet and likewise the animal kingdom, the latter being less utilised than upon the planet.
But more use is made of vegetation. Three species of trees are of especial note, which actually are the main food providers upon this equator. One of the trees resembles your coconut tree upon Earth and upon middle altitudes it grows to such size that it may almost cover your entire country (Austria) with its branches. If its stem were cut, then you could build ten of your cities (Graz) upon its stump. Its height is not proportional to its strength because this reaches only an occasional six hundred metres. But its branches have a much greater outreach, laden with fruit year round. And you can take it from Me that this tree bears twenty million fruit annually, by your time measure, of which, each is the size of a barrel of twenty buckets.
The fruit itself is covered with a rich and strong woollen netting which, on account of its strength, flexibility and toughness is used for rope and cable. Under this netting follows a solid husk, which, as with your ordinary walnut, can easily be parted in the middle. The fruit itself is filled with rich flesh and tastes approximate like your hazelnut.
When the people feel like eating, the folk pick the fruit fresh, there always being some ripe, some half ripe and some just setting; then they proceed as above. They first remove the woolly netting from the hard shell, then split it in two, cutting the fruit out with curved knives, eating according to need, whilst utilising the shell for all kinds of vessels.
The tree also has soft, gigantic leaves. These are amassed in sacks for cushioning in the resting places on this belt.
Equally notable is another tree that is of far smaller size but occurs in greater numbers and bears an exquisite fruit nearly resembling your grape, except it has fewer berries upon the stalk, but each is large enough to fill one of your buckets. The people only drink the juice to quench their thirst.
A third tree too is of special note, as it nearly resembling your fig tree and grows to gigantic size as well, bringing forth fruit quite similar to your figs. When fully ripe it has the taste of breadcrumbs in honey. It is much enjoyed by these people and hence much effort is put into cultivating this tree.
Fruits of other trees nonetheless also are eaten as well as those of plants, although the main staple foods are from the above mentioned three trees.
With regard to the animals, only the so-called great hairy cow is kept, which roughly resembles your camel but without the humps. Regarding its size, this would just exceed a hundredfold that of your elephant. But the hair is so plentiful that when shorn, you could not cart it away with ten of your biggest wagons and it hardly needs mentioning how it is utilised by the people of this equator.
Therewith we have finished with the presentation of the main aspects of man, as well as the plant and animal kingdoms and shall turn to the work these people do.