PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: I would like to announce to these united states, that there does exist extraterrestrial life. We are currently trying to communicate with them, but there has been no response just yet.
[Same Time--Emeera Central Library, Mother Galaxy]
Emeera Central Library was the largest library of the whole galaxy. This one building stretched across to just short of half a mile. It held the most important books, mostly on the galaxy's history. These items were extremely confidential, and the only one who was allowed a look was Elkzi, the Historian. The ceiling of the building was made entirely of glass. A statue of the first Historian (of whom recently died) stood outside on the lawn. The library was a magnificent one; no doubt.
Elkzi sat at the center table in the library. The room was dark, except for a few torches lit up along the walls. The dark wasn't s problem for Elkzi, for she was blind anyway. Elkzi was a Mutra Arma, one of the last six of them in the entire galaxy. She had been surronded by tons of books for hours, going through each one and literally absorbing the words through her tentacles. Her brain was like a sponge, always expanding, it absorbed anything she needed to know, and keeping it there forever. The woman could remember things that happened when she was just a child, hundreds of years ago. This was why she was chosen as Historian.
As she was absorbing information, a television played in the background, hanging up in the corner of the room. On the television was the United States' president, giving a speech. The words he spoke almost made her laugh. Earth was probably the only planet that was this far behind with their technology. They were a young planet, still growing, so Elkzi did her best not to judge them. That's where their human brethern housed. They were still on Earth. Most were unaware that they could just leave to here during their dreams, but Elkzi thought they would know about it soon enough. Then, she'd finally be able to meet a human in person.
She sighed and her tentacles dropped from working, exhausted. She laid back in the chair, before deciding that it was probably time to finish up. She grabbed her bag and packed it up with some of the books she hadn't been able to look at yet, then swung it over her shoulder. "I'm heading out now," she told Mereza, the digital security of the library.
"Goodbye, Elkzi. Come back soon," Mereza replied, just as she did every night.
The hologram flickered for a second, standing beside the front doors, then disappeared. The front doors open slowly with a squeak, and Elkzi walked through them, closing the large doors behind her.