In short, aliens have conveyed that there are reasonable limits on everyone and every kind within the universe. The message must be important because aliens have stated it over and over again. The way that it’s stated helps to illustrate different outlooks and different strategies within different galactic neighborhoods. In our own case, the Milky Way, presumably a fairly normal galaxy, has been described by aliens as densely inhabited.
One such alien said that the largest single population in the Milky Way numbers roughly “38 trillion” individuals. (If that seems large, wait until you read about the so-called Verdants from a competing galaxy group, plus so-called hyperversal aliens who reportedly exist in yet greater, albeit more disperse numbers—see following sections)
In a more universal sense, when we speak of alien hyper-community and alien mind-form, we should remember that human “discovery” of the extra dimensions of mind isn’t actually a discovery, at all. Such phenomena pre-date humankind. Better yet, the human awareness of such has been cultivated and deftly steered by aliens who have long wanted to help us, in part to prevent our becoming a problem case.
When we speak of a universe of hyper-condensed, collective identities—a higher kind of mindedness, it should be obvious that, at present, all over the universe there are highly refined cultural contexts for such interactions. One useful metaphor is that of an opera house. For humans to dunder into hyper-community crudely would be like a hermit’s drunken entrance into a large, urban opera house—during a performance. To stumble in and fire a pistol into the roof would be offensive, of course.