(Kiri gets things going as the
night's ring mistress)
Kiri: I feel a little bit sleepy.
Kiri: hence the reason why I'm not activating
anything. And you have been eating stuff that has
been giving you wind, haven't you?
Russ: yeah, beans.
Kiri: aluminum pass backs every day, open a
tin of beans and say, "oh no, not bloody beans
Russ: I like that. "Beans, beans, the musical
(Russ and Kiri together)
"the more you eat, the more you toot".
Kiri: okay right, I'm handing over to big sis.
Russ: bye Kiri.
Kiri: oh, I'm going skiing by the way.
Russ: hey, congratulations.
Russ: it's about time, go dust off those skis.
Kiri: yeah, uh-huh.
Kiri: but from what Tia is saying, it's very......
Kiri: I'm going to take my swimsuit......
Kiri: and Tia is going to look after Alex. And
I do hate leaving him. I could take him with me, put
him in a basket at the bottom of the slope. Have Tia
wait down there like I used to wait there at the
bottom, hmm? What do you think?
Russ: I think Tia is going to want to ski with you
Kiri: somebody's got to.....
Russ: take big sis.
Kiri: yeah, that's an idea, the three of us.
Kiri: ooohhhhhhhh. Okay, I'm going to head
back to my place.
Russ: have fun skiing.
Kiri: think I should wear a swimsuit? If it's
as wet as Tia says it is, I think I will.
Russ: you might want to or don't fall down.
Kiri: doesn't matter this time. If I get all
wet in the water it doesn't matter because I got the
Russ: but it will be cold.
Kiri: it will wake me up, won't it?
Russ: it will wake you up.
Russ: right, talk you later love.
Kiri: I'm out of here.
Kiri: you like that, huh?
Russ: I do like that.
Kiri: okay, I'm out of here, I'm out of here, I'm
out of here, I'm out of here. Gone, history.
(Karra tarts off with some
Karra: me, me, me, me, me, me........"riding that
train, high on cocaine". Come on, help me here.
Russ: "Casey Jones you better watch your speed".
(Karra and Russ together)
"trouble ahead, trouble behind, and you know that
notion just crossed my mind
Russ: hi love, how's it going?
Karra: guess who woke me up?
Russ: didn't want to channel tonight?
Karra: well I was feeling tired.
Karra: I haven't slept since.......well I slept for
a couple hours.....I've been sitting with Kiri, I
mean she's a new mother you know? Never had kids
before. So, she'll wake me up, wake up in middle of
the night and call me up and go, "he's crying, how
do I stop him. His mind's hitting on my shields. How
do I stop it?"
(Russ starts laughing)
Karra: I can say that because she's out of the room
now otherwise she would've hit me. Not hard though.
Russ: how do you stop that? Feed him?
Karra: yeah, feed him, change him. But last time I
said change him she said, "how do I send him back?"
She hasn't lost her sense of humor.
Russ: she must be wonderful.
Russ: you guys have a great time talking.
Russ: the old Kiri's back.
Karra: almost. Not quite as bouncy though, is she?
Russ: well, not quite but she's getting there.
Karra: uh-huh, oh yeah.
Russ: it just took a lot out of her, it sounds like
it's taken a lot out of you too.
Karra: yeah, I thought I wouldn't have to put up
with it again. I finally got Klarra sleeping all
night. About a week ago that started happening. I
still have to wake up in the middle of the night and
Russ: okay. Well......
Karra: and then I had to wake her up tonight to
bring her with me because Mark wanted to come back.
Russ: she's going to love that.
Karra: uh-huh. Well Tia's keeping them company,
playing with them. Getting in some practice in. Well
Alex is gone with Kiri......
Karra: so I think she's gone to dig out her swimsuit
and her ski gear and what else it is she wanted to
take with them.
Russ: are you going to watch the kid?
Karra: do I have to?
Russ: well, one of them is yours.
Karra: yeah I know but........I know, if I could
talk her into waiting until morning instead of
getting them to kick the lights on on the ski
slopes. The temperature in there........yeah, I
think she better because it's cold in there at the
moment. It's about ten of your degrees at that
Russ: she'll be chilly.
Russ: swimsuit might not be enough.
Karra: uh-huh. And I think they were spraying water
in there under high pressure. I think they might be
putting down some snow. One of the technicians has
just left. Said that he had to go and talk to Kiri
about skiing in there...............hold on a
Karra: that's a nice present for her.
Russ: what? Making snow for her?
Karra: yeah. Yeah.
Russ: ahhhhh, that's sweet.
Karra: uh-huh. So they've got to stop her. Now, I
wonder how they're going to handle that? Oh well.
Hey, you wanted to talk to me.
Russ: yes, badly.
Karra: uh-huh, okay.
Russ: okay. So I got my first client.
Karra: you're hiring yourself out?
Russ: well no, but I have Carrie who's got a problem
that she needs to get rid of.
Russ: and since it was kind of your not quite
coercion but not quite suggestion that I have been
doing some massive healing right now.
Russ: I need your advice.
Russ: right. Well, she described for me a condition
Russ: that sounds very familiar to what I was
reading in a book.
Russ: which it looks like it's benign tumor.
Russ: and she says it's just behind her ear, it's
like a lump that's been growing....
Russ: and it moves kind of.
Russ: so I looked it up in the book I've got and
says it looks kind of like a benign tumor. And it's
brought upon by stress and diet.
Russ: and so it would take a change in diet to bring
it back to either mildly decreasing it or getting it
all the way totally gone.
Russ: now, she's coming over tomorrow night.....
Russ: and I want to work out something like a
program with her if I can.
Russ: okay. Well what I'm starting her on starting
tomorrow is some vitamins to establish her balance.
Russ: and I was wondering if kelp would help?
Russ: it would?
Karra: yeah. Are you going to apply it on the
aforementioned joint or are you going to make her
Russ: going to make her eat it.
Russ: okay. And then...........how do you make a
Karra: well, you mash up a whole load of herbs, mix
some..........really depends what sort of poultice.
Russ: it's a herb poultice, yeah.
Karra: okay. Fresh herbs.....
Karra: very fresh. Fennel, tarragon.
Karra: uh-huh. Fresh basil.
Russ: I can get all those fresh.
Karra: okay. Fresh coriander.
Karra: uh-huh, fresh.
Karra: and mandrake root.
Russ: ohhh, that'll be real tough.
Karra: failing that.......
Russ: I can get ginger.
Russ: ginseng, yeah.
Karra: uh-huh. Mix it all up very , very, very
finely. Almost to a pure.
Karra: all right? He put that into a small cloth
Karra: and place on the aforementioned.......if you
can get it real, real pure, you may be able to apply
Russ: as a paste?
Karra: yeah. It has to be the correct consistency.
You got that?
Karra: okay, and to speed it up a little bit, you
may want to try a little bit of amethyst water in
there as well.
Russ: oh good, I've got some too.
Karra: uh-huh. Got that? But not too much because
you don't want it to get all watery unless of course
you put it into a cloth bag and then you can soak
the bag beforehand in the amethyst water.
Russ: excellent idea, thank you.
Karra: I'm not just a pretty face and I'm not just a
Russ: I know, I'll keep telling you that all the
Russ: okay, now what else I want to do is set up
Russ: a weekly regimen.
Karra: ohh, my posterior is getting cold because I'm
still in my nightie.
Russ: oh I'm sorry.
Karra: that's all right.
Russ: okay. We'll work on a weekly regimen of
Karra: uh-huh. A hands-on weekly what, massage? On
Russ: on you, always. But did you like that one the
Karra: yeah. It was little bit hard around certain
Russ: oh, okay. I'll keep practicing.
Russ: well the difference is channeling energy.
Russ: and it's not massage.......
Russ: because they keep their clothes on. But it's
channeling energy through different parts of the
body through a line in the center and everything.
Karra: okay, uh-huh.
Russ: like putting both hands at the top of the head
to get to the left and right brain.
Karra: the laying on of hands. And that's
all........sound jealous, don't I?
Karra: it's all right. I'm not jealous, I'm just
wishing it was me.
Russ: well it is you oftentimes. More so than
Karra: yeah, but you got a messy house, how about I
come down here with Klarra, kick out the channeller
and we'll have a little love nest going.
Russ: absolutely, I agree. Get Tia down here and we
can have a party. Kiri in the neighborhood would be
Russ: okay, now......
Karra: yeah, we'll come down with oodles of boodle
and buy the house across the street so we can all
Russ: there you go.
Karra: uh-huh, okay.
Russ: okay. Now then, are there any teas she should
drink to possibly
start purifying her system?
Karra: oh, yes there is but I can't pronounce the
name because it's in Chinese.
Karra: and I can't even spell it because it's got
Chinese characters here. But the description is that
it tastes like.........it smells like bird what's it
and it taste even worse.
Karra: it's supposed to be very beneficial for
cleaning out the system.
Russ: well I'll hold off on that.
Karra: oh, by the way, whilst I'm thinking of it....
Karra: and you'll see the reason behind my
thinking.........when are we going down to see the
Russ: oh, the 25th and 26th of May.
Karra: okay, and it is at?
Russ: Cal Expo in Sacramento. Why?
Karra: I wanted to go down to Chinatown and I would
have had you pick out a medicinal tea.
Russ: how would I find the right one?
Karra: you have known when you came across the right
one because you would have felt energy.
Russ: what every major city has got a Chinatown.
Karra: yeah, but the one in San Francisco is the
largest one outside of New Orleans. And, not one of
the best, the best of some things. Even I know about
it up here.
Russ: okay, well that might be a while.
Russ: but will work it through somehow.
Karra: okay. Also.....
Karra: you remember the conversation a while
Karra: concerning a crystal? That one over there I
Russ: the healing crystal?
Karra: no, not the healing crystal, the other one.
Come on, think, think, think, think, think, think.
Russ: the manifesting crystal? The aported one?
Karra: no. Uh-huh, somebody aported a crystal?
Russ: yeah, Mark did.
Russ: we think.
Karra: you think.
Russ: because it's a double terminated crystal, a
little, tiny thing just popped up on the bed one
time after a regression from Atlantis.
Karra: ooohhhhh, I'll have to relay that to the
correct sources. No, try again.
Karra: come on. There was a conversation concerning
a crystal that you need practice to use.
Russ: healing crystal?
Karra: is that what you call it?
Russ: it may have been. I've got a surgical scalpel
that is crystalline.
Karra: yes, that's the one.
Russ: oh, okay. It was a while back.
Karra: you need practice with it, do you not?
Russ: yeah I do.
Russ: well? Bring it up with me?
Karra: do I have to do all your thinking? It's like,
I don't make a fool out of you, I just direct the
(Russ starts to laugh)
Russ: and thank you for all your assistance too.
(Russ continues laughing)
Russ: so fun.
Karra: yeah. Sorry, I'm sounding like a very bitchy
young lady, don't I?
Russ: no, you sound wonderful. Did you like your
driving experience the other day?
Russ: it was very enjoyable, you handle a car well.
Karra: now then, back to business. I don't like
being distracted, you know how much I don't like
Russ: I'm going to practice on her with this
Russ: on her tumor.
Karra: is that smoke I smell?
Russ: I hope not.
Karra: it's coming from you. Coming out your ears.
Russ: you're so funny.
Karra: Tia's saying, "do I need to quit my day job?"
Russ: no, you can go into another line of work.
Karra: how about clothes designing? Kiri and myself
are getting pretty good at that.
Russ: okay, now then, what about the.....
Karra: I was just going to say that Tia is going to
step out for a few seconds but carry-on.
Russ: are we decided yet on the bonding session? Are
we doing that with Kiri and Mark?
Russ: we are, okay.
Karra: uh-huh. And I want you dressed formally. Well
Kiri wants you dressed formally as well.
Russ: right, I agree.
Karra: yeah. Now what are you going to wear because
I want something to match?
Russ: okay, I was thinking of a black tux with
purple stripes down the legs.
Karra: uh-huh. Okay, and what do you want me to
Russ: something dark blue and satiny.
Karra: how about something low-cut?
Karra: uh-huh. You want it long or short? Oh I know.
I've got an idea.
Karra: I'm going to do it in dark blue velvet.....
Karra: low-cut. If I could move the hands properly I
could give you a rough idea but I'll let you see it
when you come up.
Karra: right. And going to have it very tight around
the legs and very formfitting.....
Karra: and a bit of a tail to it so it drags on the
ground. I'm going to wear, around my shoulders, I'm
going to wear a white imitation fox. Not a real one,
it will look very, very real. I'm going to wear that
around and I believe rings are in order, hmmm?
Russ: rings are in order.
Karra: okay. I shall get a couple rings made out of
silver and gold and they will be twisted around each
Karra: okay? Now they won't be for wearing, they
will be mounted on a piece of wood which is our
Karra: and they'll be housed inside a special
crystal. And the two rings will be intertwined with
each other representing the joining of us.
Karra: now then.......
Karra: because it is our tradition..........
Karra: you have to carry a crystal staff.
Karra: yes, a crystal staff and you will also carry
a wooden staff. Two staffs. I shall also be carrying
two staffs which we exchange.
Karra: again, symbolizing me giving to you and you
giving to me.
Russ: kind of like the tarot card.
Russ: two of staffs, exchanging staffs.
Karra: uh-huh. I'll exchange mine for yours and you
Russ: okay. What's the symbolism of the tying of the
two of them.
Karra: well, the wooden one is concerning with the
Karra: and the crystal one is concerning with life.
Russ: oh, beautiful.
Karra: uh-huh. We'll also have a small container of
Karra: which concerns the waters of life.
Karra: and you drink from mine and I drink from
Russ: it's appropriate being as you come from
Russ: so yeah.
Russ: so now, you saw the change in Sirius from 3rd
Russ: that must've been amazing.
Karra: it was and I don't want to go into at the
Karra: because it would take forever to explain and
one of the technicians is saying energy levels,
although fine, they are watching very closely
because the channeler was what? Oh. very hyper
Russ: yes he was.
Karra: uh-huh. Which means that his energies could
suddenly go whosh.
Karra: so we've got to........well we're going to
keep an eye on him just in case.
Russ: this is going to be a great ceremony and the
party is going to be at your place?
Karra: no, the ceremony is going to be at our place
and then the party, because it will be bigger,
they'll be people there, will be at Tia's place.
Karra: but the ceremony itself will be a formal
invite from me to Mark, formal invite from me to Tia
Karra: and Alex.
Russ: of course.
Karra: Korton will be officiating. He's brushing up
on his Sirian religious ceremonies and Omal will be
acting as, the earth side, as best man?
Karra: for both of you.
Russ: oh, excellent.
Russ: who's your maid of honor, Luna?
Karra: uh-huh. She's acting as maid of honor for
both myself and my sister.
Russ: excellent. Well thank you for your assistance,
I'll keep you posted on how this all goes.
Karra: yeah. And don't forget, YOU WILL BE SOLID.
Russ: all right.
Karra: repeat after me.
Russ: I will be solid.
Karra: I will be solid, come on.
(Karra and Russ together)
I will be solid, I will be solid.
Russ: bye, love you.
(Korton comes on for his first
time of the session)
Korton: greetings and felicitations Russ.
Russ: greetings Korton.
Russ: dark blue shift.
Korton: uh-huh. And how you functioning?
Russ: well within specified parameters.
Korton: don't you normally say that to my colleague?
Russ: normally, but for you, I'm doing great.
Korton: okay. Now then, to continue where we left
Korton: a description of your journey to the
metaphysical department at Stanford.
Russ: yes. The metaphysical part of the journey took
me into a point where it looked as though they were
working on a genetic breakthrough as far as
Russ: and it looks like they've teamed up with their
scientific, genetic labs to try to come up with what
seemed like to me work with enlarging the pituitary
or penal glands.
Russ: but at the time where I saw them where they
were working, they were still trying to determine
exactly what parts or what functions they played in
Korton: okay. What sort of equipment were they
Russ: it looked like computer diagrams,
three-dimensional diagrams of the brain.
Russ: but I couldn't tell how they were matching
whatever abilities to the brain itself. It looked as
though they were just studying the effects of it
during metaphysical transformations.
Russ: it seemed that they were affected in any way
or not. So I assume they had this hooked up to some
patient that I couldn't find........
Russ: that was apparently either maybe recorded this
or something. They had gone through a metaphysical
example or demonstration and they were seeing what
effect it had on the inner surface of the brain.
Korton: okay. Were they using any other equipment?
Was there any equipment that was not being used in
the room at this time?
Russ: I don't know if I could tell because that's
where all the attention was on so that's where I
focused my attention.
Korton: uh-huh. And how many people were involved in
this little session?
Korton: uh-huh. And what was the male to female
Russ: two males and a female.
Korton: uh-huh. Color of hair please of the female?
Korton: uh-huh. And the males?
Russ: white on one and black on the other.
Korton: uh-huh. So presumably one was an older
Russ: yes, that would be the one that was sitting
Korton: working with the computer?
Korton: okay, what sort of capacity do you think
that the computer had from your observations?
Russ: from what I saw, it looked like it had a
animate 3D capability to it in which you could put
figures on the screen up next to the pictures that
were displayed so you could get information and
visual readout at the same time.
Russ: but it looks like if I'm not mistaken, it was
probably hooked into a larger computer.
Korton: uh-huh, a mainframe, a mainframe computer.
Korton: where there any numbers on the screen at the
Russ: yeah, but they were too small to read. All I
could see was the brain itself picture.
Korton: uh-huh. Was there any writing on the
Russ: yeah, there was a list of numbers associated
with various, not code but indexes.
Russ: kind of like an abbreviation for something.
Like it would go abbreviation, code, code, code or
number, number, number, number, and the numbers
would change as the computer went through various
phases of the demonstration.
Korton: now was the monitor in color or
Russ: it was in color.
Korton: okay, now can you remember any of the colors
concerned to what proportions of the brain?
Russ: pineal and the pituitary glands were outlined
Russ: the skull outline was in white and then there
were some red lines that I assume meant the rest of
Korton: uh-huh. So it was just the pineal and
pituitary gland that they were studying?
Korton: uh-huh. Did it show all of the brain with
the spinal cord?
Russ: no, it showed mostly the left and the right
sides where the computer could be angled, or the
image could be angled......
Russ: and you could see the difference between the
left and the right side........
Russ: apparently like the cortex was visual but that
was about it.
Korton: uh-huh. Okay, how far do you think they have
progressed so far in comparison to what they might
have known ten or twenty years ago?
Russ: well, from what I saw, it would be kind of
hard to tell but I would definitely say that they
have made some associations between glandular
function and metaphysical capability that weren't
Korton: uh-huh, okay. Now concerning the genetic
implication, where do you think this could go?
Russ: what I felt at the time looking at this was
that this was a recreation of the work that Naxxus
and maybe Maxxus were doing back in Atlantis.
(They were brothers and also the past lives of Mark
Russ: and at that time I thought that they had
stolen or they remembered or something from the
information that's been recovered.
Korton: uh-huh, possibly by connecting into the race
Russ: could be unless they've got a channeler over
there whose doing the work for them.
Korton: it is possible. Maybe you ought to try to
find out by continuing your surveillance there.
Russ: that's a good idea. Check for change.
Russ: that would make sense. Because if you're going
to discover something like that, you might as well
get the best information possible.
Korton: of course.
Russ: but now if they did have that information,
what good would it do them now due to the fact that
the technology has changed so much since then?
Korton: we don't have a clear idea as we are lacking
Russ: hmm. Well it seems as though that they've got
a vision of a future of perfect people.
Russ: but from what I could tell, they're still a
long way off in that vision becoming reality.
Russ: right now they're just studying what those
effects could mean.
Korton: correct. Okay, now then, on your next trips
there, if you would care to follow on with checking
in to see if there are any channelers, any
farsighters of potential..............
Russ: okay, well I'm a little confused about what
that microwave looking box was that I saw?
Korton: okay, please describe it to us.
Russ: okay, it looked like a common, ordinary
microwave except that it was attached to a bunch of
wires and it looked like part of a larger structure.
Russ: and someone was putting something inside of it
but I couldn't focus exactly on what was being put
inside or what was the purpose of the box itself.
Korton: without more information, we're at just as
much of a loss as you are.
Russ: okay, I'll dig a bit deeper into that because
I know exactly where to find that again.......
Russ: but that seemed like to had a bit of
importance. Either that, or some lab technician is
cooking up his lunch.
Russ: I'll look some more when I get there again.
Korton: okay. All right, and that is all that I need
for the time being.......
Korton: I will hand over to my colleague...
Korton: and thank you for your work.
Russ: my pleasure.
Korton: I look forward to talking to you again when
you have some more information for us concerning
your research at Stanford.
Russ: I appreciate it and it's a privilege to do so.
Korton: you're welcome.
(Omal finishes the side before
he returns on side two)
Omal: good evening Russ.
Russ: good evening Omal.
Omal: and my colleague has already gone over
that. I am operating within specified parameters.
Russ: and I.
Omal: good. Okay, do you have some questions
Russ: yes. I was wondering if you could explain to
me Bose condensation.
Omal: Bose condensation. I haven't heard that
Russ: okay, I'll explain what I know of it.
Russ: this is a point where objects........I should
Russ: what happens to them when they reach a point
of almost absolute zero or -460°F.
Omal: that is almost absolute zero.
Russ: right or it would be considered just over one
Russ: what I believe the research now on this, that
it's a unique form of matter.......
Russ: that would form when molecules actually get to
that temperature to where at one point they're
Russ: but when they get even colder, that they will
condense and form a matter unknown yet to our
Omal: you're getting into a tricky field there which
we cannot discuss at present due to the fact of the
Russ: okay, I figured you might be able to look into
the matter though.
Omal: uh-huh. With your description we can
check into it and see if it is, if my hunch is
Russ: okay, well the gentleman at Stanford in charge
of this I've learned is named Stephen Chu.....
Russ: and he is a laser pioneer who started off with
condensing material from cold to much colder using
Russ: and that's his current project he's doing at
Stanford right now is using lasers and I believe
that's one part of the puzzle that I discovered a
couple days ago there that couldn't I describe.
Russ: reading more research into it from places like
Boulder and MIT that there is a connection here
between what I'm studying and what he's studying.
Russ: and so I'll try to get a better look at it but
I'm trying to find out if this is a worthwhile thing
to look at more closely at Stanford or whether I
should just drop it? Because if they're doing work
Omal: yes, it would be best to talk with
Korton on this as he is handling your surveillance.
Russ: okay, I'll take it up later with him.
Russ: okay. Now then, I talked to Raya
Omal: ah yes.
Russ: and she'll talk to her group......
Russ: I'll call tomorrow to find out but so far
we're tentatively set for Wednesday the 11th.
Omal: oh good.
Russ: and I talked to Johnny......
Russ: and he is set for that also.
Omal: oh, good. Everything seems to be
progressing as we expected although a little bit
accelerated which is very good.
Russ: well according to her, her group is on the
brink of disintegrating.
Omal: ahh, we shall change all that.
Russ: right, that is what I told her. She was a
little confused about the fact that she was meant to
have the whole group here for discussion.
Russ: I cleared that up and and so she's talking to
them now. Apparently, 11 o'clock might be a little
late for them but for the information and content,
it might be well for them to stick around and wait.
Russ: also, I've kind of put a date on Maxxus and
Russ: it appears that from this date today, we can
take them back to two and a half million years ago.
Russ: it seems a little far but that's where the
first evidence of man's progression started.
Omal: uh-huh, the first evidence.
Russ: right. And this would be in a place called
Baringo basin in Kenya....
Russ: at a lake out there.
Omal: you've been doing a lot of research just
Russ: well a lot of information is kind of going
into my hands right now as I'm digging up.
Omal: uh-huh. Is there, in your research, have
you come across diagrams of a skull?
Russ: yes I have.
Omal: okay, in comparison with a present-day
individual and when the change occurred, what
noticeable changes are there in the skull?
Russ: not many actually. It went from early man.....
Russ: whereby the cranium was starting to elongate
right below the jaw.
Russ: to a point right where I mentioned it being
two and a half million years ago where the skull
started bulging outward just above the jaw bone.
Russ: which showed a dramatic change in the amount
of brain matter involved.
Omal: yes, and what about that the thickness
of the skulls?
Russ: so far, the two skulls that I've seen from
that time period were flattened.
Russ: and so it was hard to really judge what
exactly the thickness was like but it would appear
to be a little less thick actually than before.
Omal: hmm, that is interesting. What is the current
climate of this Baringo basin?
Russ: it's hot, dry, and dusty.
Omal: uh-huh. Okay, and how far is this away from
the Atlantean area?
Russ: oh, in global terms it's just next door.
Russ: I mean it's real close.
Omal: hmmm. And this was about two and a half
million years ago?
Omal: when the first changes started to occur?
Omal: where there any more recent changes?
Russ: yes, as a matter fact there was. At
approximately 1.8 to 1.6 years ago, or 1.8 million
to 1.6 million years ago there was another change.
Russ: actually, it wasn't a change, that was where
the first humans, Homo erectus I should say......
Russ: were found in Germany, Europe.
Russ: which puts them about 500 years, 500,000 years
earlier than it was first thought to have actually
Russ: the changes apparently set the scientific
community back a bit due to the fact that they had
assumed that Homo erectus didn't leave Africa until
approximately 200,000 years after the species first
Russ: this raised interesting questions about the
forces that inspired the exodus from Africa. What
ability enabled them to survive in relatively
Russ: so apparently they just, instead of just
sticking around........because they were supposed to
have come out of Africa back around 900,000 years
Russ: excuse me, that's wrong. The first person that
they found was supposed to have come out of there
600,000 years ago. Now they're finding them coming
out at about 1.6 million...........
(Korton is back for his
second time of the night)
Korton: by analyzing in great detail a lot of
information and data, you can see maybe a hundred
years down the road which is not that far. But you
cannot say precisely what will happen. You can
give a general outline.
Russ: sure, you might see a bare earth.
Russ: that is how it is then.
Korton: and yes, it could be just a little bit
that you see.
Russ: how do you know that you're looking into the
future and not into the past?
Russ: there's no determination, you haven't seen
Russ: so again, you never know.
Korton: it is a very tricky field to work in and
we prefer not to work in it as the facts are so
difficult and sometimes a long view can take a
Korton: okay, let us proceed with some more
Russ: okay. Would my farsighting experiences
lately have keyed in other areas of psychic
Korton: possibly. It is possibly that your
farsighting will proceed no further than to Sirius
and maybe useful for local surveillance but,
because of this, it has activated other key areas
of your brain that is keying in other powers.
Maybe it is time that you concentrated more on the
healing as you have suspected.
Russ: right. And like I was telling Mark tonight,
I have my first client.
Russ: someone I can practice on anyway.
Russ: and then also with the pre-recognition on
the phones the other night.......
Russ: well it's just strange that all of a sudden
various other parts of what I had assumed were
shut off to me are now opening up.
Korton: this is possible because of the opening of
your neural net ways.
Russ: hmm. When I'm using negative feedback loops
now for turning solid.....
Russ: a lot of the energy going through would
certainly have an effect on whatever seconds are
Korton: as I said, it may be more important to
keep your farsight visiting up here and making
your reports and traveling around your planet and
visiting stars in your local neighborhood, but it
may be beneficial to work on other avenues such as
Korton: coercion, and pre-recognition in the short
Russ: hmm, okay. Because yeah, those are just as
Korton: correct. You may become as the channel
woould put it, a master class in another
Korton: maybe farsighting is not your line of
Russ: I have to admit it's a useful tool.
Korton: a useful tool for coming up to visit us. I
know some individuals do enjoy having your
presence up here.
Russ: there would be ones who would be upset if I
denied them that.
Russ: I'd be upset if I denied myself that so I
can see the point.
Korton: okay. Next question please.
Russ: okay. Question on dealing with past worlds
Russ: an interest of mine but for some reason
became an interest I never thought it would be,
was in the use of robots for warfare.
Russ: they're are men inside of them that control
these great machines that were a large part in
this case sporting or defending certain
Russ: it seems as though reading about this now
has triggered something in a past life whereby
it's nothing in my future that I can see......
Russ: but it seems interesting enough from my
past. Would this be something you can confirm or
Korton: you would have to discuss it with other
Korton: okay? Next question please.
Russ: that's it for now for yourself.
Russ: thank you.
Korton: then I shall depart. It has been enjoyable
to talk to you.
Russ: me too.
and I look forward to hearing your reports about
Russ: I look forward to giving them to you.
at present you may.
(Omal now returns to answer
Omal: greetings Russ and please give us an update
on your current physical status.
Russ: operating within desired parameters.
Omal: specify parameters. Sounds more
Russ: how was my manifestation today?
Omal: let us get down to business.
Omal: Hold out your hand.
(Russ bursts out laughing)
Omal: and now try it down here.
Russ: on third, okay...............I can get the
energy gathering but I can't quite mission here.
Omal: practice, that is what is necessary.
Russ: okay. Fifth makes it so easy.
Omal: of course.
Russ: teasingly easy.
Omal: yes. But when you deal with such a dense
dimension as the third, and the fifth being space,
it is easy to marshall and collect various
energies to form the desired object.
Russ: yes but it would seem like there's so much
denseness, it would be easy to gather energy even
faster because there's so much of it down here.
Omal: yes, but it is harder to marshall it.
Russ: well that's true.
Omal: you may collect a lot of energy but to form
it into a coherent object takes a lot of skill and
practice, does it not?
Russ: it does at that. Well at least on fifth I'm
getting some confidence there.
Omal: that is the most important thing.
Russ: that's true. If I can do it on fifth, it
gives me a model to work with down here.
Russ: up there, I see Lincoln's head like it's in
a magnifying glass practically.
Omal: correct. Okay, next question.
Russ: okay, question on Stanford that we were
Russ: I've only been in there once. How would I
find these various departments that he's talking
Omal: look for energy sources.
Russ: hmm, okay. One would be physical and one
would be mental?
Omal: yes. It will also give you a nice
opportunity to wander around the various buildings
Russ: oh, good point.
Omal: to admire the architecture which I believe
you have a slight interest in.
Russ: I'd like to go there in the physical someday
and actually check it out but for now I'll stay
Russ: okay. Is Karra going to be in this evening?
Omal: she has been sent for. The channeller is
heading in that direction as we talk.
Russ: good. Because I was telling Korton I had a
Russ: Carrie, and I'd like to discuss a certain
ready-to-use that I'm working on.
Omal: okay, we sent Mark down to fetch her when he
arrived here and said where was Karra and we
informed him that she didn't wish to channel this
evening so he went running to fetch her. Okay,
Russ: okay. In channeling energy,
Russ: the energy being channeled, is that third
dimensional energy I'm channeling for healing?
Russ: so that's the same energy I would be using
Korton: but it is used in a slightly different
Omal: it is more focused and concentrated.
Omal: but it is focused on a particular spot that
you focus on. Whereas when you manifest.....
Omal: you have nothing to focus on. No object to
focus on until you start to materialize the
object. However, with healing something like a
cut, you have an actual, physical object that you
can focus on, correct?
Russ: hmm, true. Okay, because it works on inner
Russ: so that the energy would, working with
healing, activate my inner sight in my third eye
for scrying possible problems in the body.
Russ: now with manifestation, using that same
inner sight would help me to focus on the object
that I'm beginning to manifest, correct?
Omal: but we suggest that you work on one thing at
one time when doing this manifestation instead of,
as you are trying to heal, thinking about
Russ: yeah, I understand that. It's just that,
when I'm healing, I'm using this inner sight, it
would give me more like a look at that
Russ: for another point where I want to go ahead
and use manifestation later on.
Russ: okay, that's how it is. So the healing will
help me in another field besides just healing.
Russ: I get it, okay. Now, would there be also
another field involved in this?
Russ: possibly. Telepathy possibly?
Russ: PK, that would be workable because if you're
helping out someone's muscles, would that be a
form of PK?
Omal: no, because it is in the healing line of
Omal: PK is moving an object. Psychokinesis, fork
bending and so on.
Omal: whereas this is more trying to repair
Russ: so instead of having the person turn over,
you could pick them up, turn them over, set them
Omal: correct, that would be PK.
Russ: ahh, I get it. Okay, now then, I would then
assume then that the muscle, psychic muscle that's
involved in healing and manifestation is almost
the same one.
Omal: fairly close.
Omal: one affects the other.
Russ: ahhh, so manifestation work would complement
my healing capabilities.
Russ: ahhh, I get it. Especially if you don't mix
Omal: don't try to insert a penny into a cut.
(Russ starts laughing)
Russ: that's very good.
Omal: next question.
Russ: okay. In that room where I met Tia
Russ: is that where I'll give my reports to
Omal: no, you will go to Korton's room, in his
Russ: oh. How often will I be surveillancing?
Omal: you should have asked Korton.
Russ: yeah, I forgot about it until now.
Omal: I will ask him as he is here because we have
things to discuss in a few minutes.
Russ: okay, good. Okay, now then, on farsighting,
the question of maintaining focus........
Russ: on the point where I saw you and Korton,
Korton and you, I was in tight focus.
Russ: but before that when I had been visiting
Karra, I lost focus at one point and crashed out.
Russ: okay. The difference is something that can
Omal: yes, again with practice.
Omal: okay, Korton says that farsighting to start
off with once a week to Stanford should suffice.
Omal: then, when you finish farsighting to
Stanford, relax and kick back and do whatever it
is that you wish to do, maybe manifest a few
coins, fling them around the room using your PK
and then, having relaxed totally, you will head up
here to make a report to him.
Russ: okay, excellent.
Russ: next question. All right, when I went out to
farsight to Raya today......
Russ: she's down in Sedona, I got there and she
was working with a lady, with a channeler.
Russ: and there was a gentleman in the room also,
both these people I knew from when we were doing
Russ: I was trying to remember their names and I
wondered if you had it right offhand when I
mentioned to her. I think one was Ed.
Omal: not off of the top of my head, no.
Russ: okay. Now, is it wise to tell Raya that I
was farsighting into her living room today?
Omal: find out first how she feels about having
people eavesdropping on her.
Omal: we know the channeler has a taboo on
farsighting into someone's private space.
Russ: all right. I'll ask her. Okay, that's it for
Russ: thank you very much Omal.
Omal: you wish me to go?
Russ: oh, of course not, of course not. I wasn't
sure if your schedule was kind of tight tonight.
Omal: okay, I have found a joke.
Omal: and I understand that you might enjoy this.
Russ: oh good.
Omal: there's three gentlemen playing golf. One of
them is having a bad time playing golf. He comes
up to the water hazard on the 10th. He is so
incensed that he decides to stick his head under
the water. His two colleagues seeing this, one
says to the other one, "see, he can't even keep
his head down there.
(Russ laughs at that)
Russ: thank you for relaying that to me.
Omal: oh, we found that in one of the files here.
Russ: uh-huh, it's one of Mark's favorites here.
Omal: so you've already heard it?
Russ: yes, twice actually.
Omal: oh dear.
Russ: that's all right.
Omal: this makes it three times, correct?
Russ: three times, yes. But it gets better every
time I hear it.
Omal: presumably he is working on improving it.
Russ: yes, that's why it keeps getting better.
Omal: me, with the straight face helps even
Russ: oh yeah, that works.
Omal: perhaps you ought to tell him when he gets
back to keep a straight face when he tells jokes.
Russ: I will Omal. I should warn you, don't quit
your night job.
Omal: sorry, I've lost that in the translation.
Russ: that's where if you're not doing so good at
one thing, you want to keep up at the thing you're
doing really good at.
Omal: ahh. Okay, I understand.
Russ: a standup comedian would not being your best
line of work.
Omal: no, maybe standup magician.
Russ: that would work.
Omal: manifesting money?
Russ: yeah, that would be quite a draw.
Omal: yes, have people floating around the room?
But I feel that the expectations of your average
person would be disappointed by the fact that
there would be no flash of smoke, no puff of
lighting when I manifest.
Russ: true, it would stretch the realm of their
imagination a bit too much maybe.
Russ: possibly. I mean, we have a magician down
here named David Copperfield who has things to go
flying around the stage and go into this big glass
box and once inside the box they would close a lid
Russ: which means it can't be wires.
Russ: so everyone wants to know how does he float
Omal: it's all done with mirrors. Sorry, I cannot
disclose things like that because we appreciate
trade secrets. Is that the correct analogy?
Russ: that is the correct analogy.
Russ: alrighty. Anything else for me?
Omal: I'm looking for humor that is appropriate
and has not been told before. Hmm, ahh yes, here
is another one relating to your hobby that you
have during the summer?
Russ: golf, yeah.
Omal: yes, and if it has been told to you please
Omal: this gentleman goes to this new golf course
which has robotic caddies that they are highly
polished. And he enjoys playing with these
electronic robotic caddies that he plans to go
back to the new golf course and play there again.
But unfortunately, he has to go out of town so a
couple of weeks elapses. He returns to back the
golf course and he asks the gentleman in the
professional shop if he could have one of the
robotic caddies. The gentleman in the shop says,
"unfortunately, due to the glare, we had to paint
them all black so the light would not reflect off
of them whereupon they broke into the shop and we
had to dismantle them all.
Russ: that's the joke?
Omal: that's the joke. Did we tell it wrongly? Did
we tell it badly?
(Russ can't help but laugh)
Russ: yeah, the punchline was lost somewhere in
Omal: oh, well I will not quit my day job.
Russ: there you go.
Omal: okay, thank you you for an enjoyable
Russ: thank you for one as well.
Omal: I work on a script for my humorous mentions.
Russ: fair enough. I'll try to think of a few here
once in a while.
Omal: okay, please.
Omal: have an enjoyable evening and we look
forward to seeing you up here soon.
Omal: and, "I'll be back"
(Russ is still laughing)
Russ: bye Omal.
(Tia makes her initial
Russ: hi Karra.
Russ: hey Tia.
Russ: hi Tia.
Tia: hey Russell.
Russ: feeling mischievous tonight?
Tia: what makes you think that?
Russ: with that laugh.
Russ: good. How's it feel to be in the family way?
Russ: oh good.
Tia: I tend to, when I wake up after sleeping for
a little while, I tend to redecorate the bathroom.
Russ: I've never heard that symptom quite before.
Tia: what, throwing up?
Russ: oh, oh, oh, that symptom.
Tia: it happened the first time this morning.
Tia: it wasn't very nice. Okay, down to business.
Tia: concerning farsighting.
Tia: you're on your own, buddy.
Tia: I'm going to meet you there.
Russ: oh, meet me at Sirius?
Russ: ohhh, which dimension?
Russ: third, oh.
Russ: well how are we going to meet? Oh, you'll
know where I am.
Tia: I'll be able to track you once you hit the
Russ: okay, do you want to set up a time for this
Russ: otherwise, you'll be sitting on Sirius for
quite a while.
Tia: ahh, I'll find a nice, quiet cloud to sit on
and I'll sit there there crosslegged and make rude
noises at passing starships.
(Tia blows a raspberry)
Russ: that'll show up good on their radar.
Tia: you think so?
Russ: I know so.
Tia: I could take up sky writing, "Tia was here",
hmm? "Eat at Tia's". No, I can't say what I was
going to say. Something about eating.
Russ: yes, I imagine.
Tia: I've been told not to have such a
Russ: at least not on tape.
Tia: not on tape, no.
Tia: well, our children'll listen, or will be
Russ: will be soon.
Russ: all right.
Tia: Mary had a Little lamb, it's fleece was white
as.....I've got to work on nursery rhymes, you
Russ: yes you do.
Russ: you're going to have to be telling a whole
bunch of them.
Tia: yeah. And Kiri's sitting here with Alex.
Russ: oh really?
Russ: all right. Well, she looks very wonderful.
Tia: uh-huh. Okay, got any questions for me?
Russ: yeah. What time will we meet?
Tia: okay, what time would be convenient for you?
Russ: okay, midnight.
Tia: I'll be sitting and waiting for you and it
will be, "these are the voyages of the starship
Tia. Her five-year mission to seek out
new".........no, I can't go any further, otherwise
I'll be severely reprimanded for having.....
Russ: a distracted vocabulary.
Tia: uh-huh. Okay, so we're going to meet Tuesday
night at midnight.
Tia: I'm going to direct you to a place, okay?
Tia: because I don't need to be sitting on the
dark side and you arrive on the light side and
I've got to race all the way over there. Okay, now
then, you know the main continent?
Tia: right. You know that big area that curves in
on the coastline?
Tia: where you've got that bit that's a river and
Russ: right, they've got big buildings.
Tia: I'll be sitting right on top of that.
Russ: on the building or the estuary?
Tia: uh-huh, on the building.
Russ: okay because the dolphins were out in the
ocean further across from that.
Tia: uh-huh, yeah.
Russ: so you'd be on top of the building.
Tia: uh-huh. I'll be sitting on top of that little
Russ: oh, that will be easy to spot.
Tia: yeah, it's probably just big enough to sit
on. If not, I will lean against it but I'll be in
that general vicinity.
Russ: okay I'll look for you.
(Tia blows another raspberry.)
Russ: okay. All right, let's see........
Russ: now then, with farsighting.......
Russ: I'm trying a new technique with using a
Russ: in other words, one to keep my attention.
Russ: but it seems to be it loses my focus when I
keep using them.
Russ: how do I avoid that?
Tia: by reminding you how to focus when you
achieve focusness to stop saying one, one, one,
Russ: oh, okay.
Tia: uh-huh. Because by that point you should be
up and out of your body.
Tia: you should be, whoosh, wheeeeee. Space, the
final frontier. These are the voyages of the
starship Tia. My five-year mission to seek out new
and hornier experiences. Oops.
(Russ bursts out laughing)
Tia: oops. What? Now I've done it, haven't I?
Russ: that's all right, that's still in that PG-13
Tia: uh-huh, yeah. Because from what Mark says,
horny doesn't mean that much in England but randy
does. And Randy is a name.
Russ: right, doesn't mean that much. But when they
say horny on The Simpsons, they get away with it.
It's a cartoon.
Tia: oh. An adult cartoon, huh?
Russ: young kids across all ages.
Tia: I guess it's something like I watch up here
from time to time.
Russ: could be, Bart Simpson?
Tia: no, it's more along the lines of......
Russ: does it have a cat?
Tia: it's an adult cartoon I watch up here
Russ: oh, is it from earth?
Tia: no, it's about this guy and girl and they
both have got very large anatomies.
Tia: it's a physical movie.
Russ: okay. Kind of like an instruction program
type of thing.
Tia: yeah, a little bit.
Russ: a little bit, yeah.
Tia: uh-huh, apart from I don't need instruction
Russ: well yeah, well you've come a long way in
such a short time, according to Mark.
Tia: I have had a little bit of coaching.
Russ: I can imagine.
Tia: uh-huh. And my coach is a wonderful person.
I've got to say that, she's sitting next to me.
Russ: well it's good to have good instructor.
Russ: much more fun.
Tia: oh, much more fun. What is it that Mark calls
it from time to time? Horizontal dueling?
Russ: horizontal dueling.......
Russ: yeah, about right.
Tia: yep. So this is rated PG-13? What is PG-13?
Russ: that means that kids 13 and under need to be
strongly advised by their parents.
Tia: so in other words, the parents have to sit
down and explain the facts of life to their kids?
Russ: something like that, right.
Tia: okay, hold on a second. Kiri, could you pass
over........I'm saying it out loud deliberately to
make you laugh........Kiri, pass over Alex, I'm
going to explain the facts of life to him.
Russ: add a few days, then this should be good.
Tia: okay, any more questions for me?
Russ: yes, are you getting any mental thing with
your new baby?
Tia: what, at this age?
Russ: well yeah.
Tia: it's only about two weeks old? I mean, come
Russ: see, I'm not familiar with the birth
process. I'm not sure where thought process takes
Tia: it's not even a tad old yet.
Russ: there's no consciousness then.
Tia: no, not yet.
Russ: not yet. Well, if I don't ask, I'll never
Russ: right? Well I thought I'd ask the resident
Tia: this is a new experience for me. You'd have
to ask Karra when she arrives and I'm doing my
best to fill in.
Russ: she's still not there yet?
Tia: no, not yet.
Tia: yeah. I'll tell you what......
Tia: I'm going to hold Alex for second and........
Russ: I get to talk to Kiri.
Russ: excellent, good.
Tia: she's getting close to her normal self again.
Russ: well good, I'm looking way forward to it.
Tia: see you later.
Russ: okay, bye.
(Tia blows a final raspberry)
(Kiri is the last speaker of
Russ: hello Kiri. What's up Kariri.......how's it
Kiri: you almost call me Karra, didn't you?
Russ: I was thinking of Karra.
Russ: you know love.
Kiri: yep. I like rolling around in the grass and
everything. Mark's a great guy to be with but just
recently, the point where I started sitting down
thinking about bonding.
Russ: wow, well that's getting serious. That's
Kiri: so I can't figure out why Mark suddenly
became that important to me. Maybe it just
happened to me and hit me over the head.
Russ: it does that sometimes.
Kiri: bing. Okay, right.
Kiri: sensible for a few seconds. Okay, now then,
the 28th, what are you doing?
Russ: is it the party?
Kiri: yes. This is the bonding party.
Russ: oh boy.
Kiri: yes, I'm going to be bonding to Mark.
Russ: well I'm going to be bonding with Karra.
Kiri: you're having it on the same day?
Russ: I wasn't sure.
Kiri: when she....ahh, she's here but I'm not
gonna leave yet. All right Luna, bye Luna, Luna's
Russ: okay, so 28th, a party for you and Mark.
Kiri: and she is now handing over Klarra to Tia
and Tia has two. One, beautiful, charming stewed
prune, and one squealing young lady that doesn't
like being woken up and being handed over.
Russ: I'll bet.
Russ: well I'll apologize to Karra.
Kiri: you better. You better, otherwise she's
going to come over and tie your legs together.
Russ: yeah, probably would too.
Kiri: yeah. Okay, now then, formal attire I
believe is in order.
Russ: tux, huh?
Kiri: what? You said tux?
Russ: tux, yeah.
Kiri: what's that?
Russ: formal attire, tuxedo.
Kiri: ohh, what's that look like?
Russ: black tie and tails.
Kiri: ahhh. Long tails?
Kiri: top hat?
Russ: not necessarily, that's real formal.
Kiri: well this is not a uniform.
Russ: walking stick, the whole nine yards.
Kiri: in fact, I've never seen Mark in a uniform.
So, I'm going to rummage around and see what
uniforms he has in here and which ones he's worn.
Russ: oh, that should be good.
Russ: I think if it's planned out we'll be looking
Kiri: black trousers, blue jacket with red
stripes, white belt with a thingy of
a..........can you tell me what this is. It's got
a nose, a handle, a curved bit covering........
Russ: a sword?
Kiri: no. A curved bit protecting.........looks
like you put your finger in there and pull
something. A little handle that curves down.
Russ: oh, a gun.
Kiri: a gun?
Kiri: well we better put that in as well.
Russ: a service revolver.
Russ: I don't think that's......
Kiri: one, two, two stripes. Oh, funny stuff on
his chest here.
Kiri: well, it's just colored ribbon, various
Russ: oh, it's awards and medals.
Kiri: and a red sash.
Russ: oh, really?
Kiri: yeah. And a blue hat with a red stripe
around the rim of the top with a black visor that
comes down and almost covers his eyes.
Russ: hmm, very sharp looking.
Kiri: very shiny shoes, sharp creases in his green
trousers and that's it.
Russ: that's what you want?
Kiri: that's what I want.
Russ: that's what you get.
Kiri: okay. I'm going get Mark measured.
Kiri: he's asleep. And we'll get that all done up
for him. And now, what do you want to wear? Do you
want to wear a uniform?
Russ: no, I'm not a military kind of guy.
Kiri: okay. How about, there's a picture of
another uniform. It's just a uniform, it's a great
uniform. Greatcoat, you want to be a red coat?
Kiri: ohh, spoilsport.
Russ: oh, come on, I'd look ridiculous.
Kiri: now, what shall I wear? I know.
Kiri: I'll wear my high boots and a bodice.
Russ: oh, that's it?
Kiri: I'm just kidding.
Russ: oh, okay.
Kiri: just kidding. I don't know, I'll surprise
Russ: I think you're going to be beautiful.
Kiri: uh-huh. There's an interesting picture here.
Kiri: there's a picture of some guy with long hair
dressed in a dark jacket with a white, ruffled
shirt? And he's standing next to a young lady,
presumably one of your religious ceremonies.
There's music going with this.
Russ: oh, a marriage ceremony.
Kiri: yeah but it's one of your popular
entertainments. And she's wearing a short, white
dress with a long bit at the back? And then
there's a veil? I'm trying.....ahh, there's
another picture here. It's a guy, same guy with a
kind of lumberjack shirt and he's singing. I'm
trying to look for a name.
Russ: Monty Python.
Kiri: no, no, it's one of your rock groups.
Russ: would that be Alex or Guns and Roses?
Kiri: yeah, sounds like......yeah.
Russ: Axel Rose?
Kiri: yeah. And there's a girl that he's
Russ: yeah, MTV video.
Kiri: yeah, that's the one I'm going to wear.
Russ: you're going to wear that?
Kiri: cut it a little bit shorter.
(Russ starts laughing)
Kiri: with underwear, not like somebody else I
know who wouldn't wear underwear.
Kiri: uh-huh. A little bit shorter and a little
bit lower cut.
Russ: oh, you'll look beautiful in it.
Kiri: uh-huh and much more shoulder showing. I
couldn't get Tia to dress formally. She sitting
and she's saying that she's going to wear my first
suggestion. Yeah, I see that once I feel better
I'm going to have to take her out and give her
severe talking to.
Russ: well she would be wearing panties at the
Kiri: yeah, that's a change. Actually, she has
started wearing them again. I think she's just
pulling your leg when she said that.
Kiri: uh-huh. You know what she's.....
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