All life is created naturally from the processes and the elements that you all see every day. The same periodic table of elements, plus or minus the ones you might not have discovered yet, is present everywhere in your galaxy.
The same things that created your life on your Earth created life everywhere. You have that in common with all the stars and planets.
The elements are the same, and the energy reactions in science are the same. When you put them together with the same kinds of sizes of suns, gravity, atmospheric changes and water, what you get is... many Earths and life.
How could it be otherwise, you might say? How could you look at the stars and say that you’re totally and completely alone, simply because no one has yet said hello?
That, by the way, is a common theory: "Since nobody has ever said hello, therefore, they don’t exist." This is a theory arrived at by some very intelligent people. There’s a reason they haven’t said "hello". They’re out there, dear ones.
Slowly, as the Universe cooled and the Galaxies formed the way you see them today, the stars (and the planets around their stars) began to develop. And within that naturally evolving physical scenario, the scheme of life began – everywhere.
To think otherwise would be counterintuitive to the natural way of things that you even see on Earth.
Excerpt channeled by Lee Carroll on October 11, 2020, for the Lemurian Starseed Gathering.