Archivist Notes: September's channeling
session starts off with an unusually large number of
speakers on side one and only two speakers on side
two. How that happened is that each speaker came
through Mark twice to answer questions and provide
their observations. The first speaker of the night
was Tia who I request assistance from on in my
astral travel trips to the base more solid. She had
been taking me out to Sirius to build up my stamina
the results were starting to show. She's reminded of
her jealous streak we discussed in last month's
channeling session regarding a guest down here named
Bethany. Karra speaks next and I have to apologize
for waking her up during a trip very early in their
morning. She keeps it short so Omal comes on and he
dissects my astral travel trip to the base before we
get into the ships from the base and other races
that had crashed on the planet. It's very
informative information on places he describes has
had ships around the world. One he confirms is a
ship in Palos Verdes that had crashed long ago and
was taken away for testing. A teacher of mine saw
part of that test long before we had met. He lets me
know that my next astral traveling session would Tia
would be to Alpha Centauri. A long way from Sirius
but a good stamina test. Tia comes back after that
and we discuss a temporary houseguest of ours and
her potential to help the group. She then makes way
for Karra who is in full healer mode. We review my
attempts to help and injury of hers and I get great
advice on how to do it better in the future. Other
advice is on staying solid when I'm up there so we
go over some of the techniques I had been trying.
Her sister then takes her place and Kiri has a
decision to make as to whether she will be able to
attend the party to be held after her child is born.
What she reveals is that little one in her womb has
been asking a lot of questions about the world
outside she's been answering. It makes one wonder if
that would be something effective down here someday.
The tape ends and we move on to the next side.
Side two has Kiri continuing as speaker though now
she gets into a discussion on her genetic studies
she's been doing, some on plants and some soon to be
on mice. We find that plant genes are easier to work
with than animal genes and it leads to a suggestion
that they invite the base geneticist to join us for
future talks. As a result, we would have excellent
conversations on genetics with Kornas once he was
able to channel. Kiri then revealed something that
would come to pass later on and that was that she
wanted to be bonded to Mark as Tia was. One thing
that should be explained is that the bonding
ceremony discussed in a sacred commitment to the
other person that is deeper than marriage. It
includes the lives before and lives to come in the
bonding. Mark would bond with Kiri once they
discovered that Mark, Kiri, and Tia were triple
souls. We also learn that a secretary had come to
take notes and it is then we are introduced to Luna
who would be a speaker to channeling sessions later.
What's surprising is she isn't from Sirius but from
another planet closer to Omal and Korton's home
planet but in a different dimension. She lays to
make room for Omal who then uses up the rest of the
tape to give us a huge learning night. Omal reminds
me of a recent astral trip I made to the base where
I had gotten into a theological discussion with
Korton. It was a discussion I would lose but found
out that it was actually Ashtar taking on the aspect
of Korton which ended up shocking the heck out of
me. We move on to negative feedback loops and my
concerns I wasn't doing them right. Omal provides
some helpful information that would prove correct
when it was tried. Those were designed to help me in
my astral travel to go solid along with a crystal we
talked about that seems to have self healed. We
should explain that the title of this session, A
Temporary Spiritual Rest, is Omal's term for when we
are no longer alive. She also explained that the bat
people discussed are a race of people Mark had found
while astral traveling throughout our galaxy. They
were at war with another race and we have been
monitoring how it was going. It provided an
important learning experience for both Mark and
myself. We end things by going over the schedule of
lessons that will be taking place in the future.
In love, light, and wisdom as one,
Russ and Karra
||RUSS HATFIELD (Archivist)
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(Tia gets the session started)
Tia: of course I'm alive. I wouldn't have it any
other way, would I?
Russ: no, neither would we.
Tia: so........hang on, let's see if I can do this.
So, what do you want to know, huh?
(Russ starts laughing)
Russ: that was fun last night.
Russ: I had a most enjoyable time.
Russ: how was everything on your end?
Tia: oh, apart from punctuality?
Russ: ahh well, punctuality, yeah.
Tia: yeah, that does help. You needed your dormancy
to create more energy, hmm?
Russ: I wouldn't have actually made it off of Hades
Base otherwise I don't think.
Tia: I know.
Russ: but I hated to keep you waiting. I just hoped
somebody was monitoring so you knew what was going
Tia: well I was kind of.........my entertainments
that I have.
Russ: oh good.
Russ: so you weren't bored?
Tia: actually, I should've gotten me some work
instead of working whilst I was tired this
afternoon. Never mind.
Russ: oh well. So how's everything going Tia?
Tia: oh fine, fine, fine, fine, fine.
Russ: oh good.
Russ: any pointers for last night?
Tia: yes, just a little is to relax more, not to be
so tense when you sit down and have tea and scones.
Russ: well, with Kiri glaring at me in her coercive
modes that could melt my brain to Jell-O, I don't
have much choice.
Tia: well that goes back to the first point,
Russ: that's true.
Tia: I wonder what she was dreaming about?
Russ: she didn't like being woken from it whatever
Tia: hmm. She's looking good, isn't she?
Russ: she is, yes. I like that pink dress on her
last night, very nice.
Tia: yeah. It helps for me to be aware when she's
wearing it, you know?
Tia: she tells me those things.
Russ: now that I know, I'll be aware of things more
often there too. Of course it wasn't hard to tell
Russ: if looks could kill.
Tia: they probably will. In games without
Russ: a world without tears.
Tia: okay, so, questions.
Russ: for some reason one thing I did kind of blank
out on a little bit was our arrival onto the
planetary, to the planet.
Russ: I don't remember going into a rotational spin
and then reversing it.
Russ: how did we get into that?
Tia: well, I supplied a little bit of energy, gave a
little bit of a shove which comes from supplying the
energy to the right portion of you which bent you
into the orbit and then when it was time to reverse,
I kind of, to put it politely, kicked you in the
head to kick you back.
Russ: thank you, I guess.
Tia: well it is a figure of speech, kicking you in
Russ: a figure of speech.
Russ: because at that point I found myself in my
little white plane going.
Tia: sputter, sputter, sputter.
Russ: down in flames.
Tia: yes, something like that.
Russ: something like that.
Russ: I was little worried that you might think I
had gone off on the deep end there.
Tia: nah, wouldn't let you.
Russ: ahh, thank you.
Tia: how would I tell Mark what happened, huh?
Russ: that's true.
Tia: that I was flagrant in my responsibility?
Russ: that wouldn't happen.
Russ: but what did you do while I was talking to the
guys? It was like you were wandering around
Tia: well I have other matters on my mind.
Russ: well you certainly caused quite a stir among
the folks down there. Haven't seen beautiful woman
in a or something.
Tia: haven't seen them so short I should imagine.
Russ: I suppose.
Tia: must have thought that I was a little girl. To
be thought of as a little girl again?
Russ: well that's good. I was worried you might take
Tia: nooo. Maybe a few years ago I would've but now
that I realize that small things come in nice
Russ: can't argue with that.
Russ: well good, so it worked out.
Tia: your feline domesticus apparently is quiet.
Russ: he wasn't a few minutes ago. He was tearing
the place to pieces. I almost brought him up the
other night as a matter of fact.
Tia: you should have.
Russ: he didn't want to stay though.
Russ: next time though. So what else is going on?
Tia: well, apart from me going off for entertainment
in a little while.
Russ: and when is our next session?
Tia: same time, same place.
Russ: next Tuesday.
Russ: okay. If I'm running a little late you'll know
Russ: I'll try to be on time.
Russ: so we'll assume we're shooting for twelve last
time, we'll shoot for about the same time next week.
Tia: okay and if not I shall pound on your shields.
Russ: thank you.
Tia: I shall drill a hole through them and I shall
go, "hey, Buster".
Russ: well that will wake me up. "Well, what?"
Tia: yeah, I'll get Kara to help.
Russ: oh oh.
Russ: okay, that will definitely get me on my feet.
Tia: yeah, uh-huh.
Russ: good, I look forward to next Tuesday at the
same place we're going to?
Russ: I'll find all about Sirius before we're done
Russ: I'll know it like the back of my hands.
Russ: I'll be like a sightseeing tour guide.
Tia: yeah, you'll be able to give other people a
Russ: "and here on our right, the famous Sirius
Tia: uh-huh. Most advanced in its quadrant.
Russ: that was fun though. I like Tia's scones. It
was quite good tea actually.
Russ: Irish again?
Tia: of course.
Russ: of course.
Russ: it was delicious.
Tia: okay, now I'm going to go off and get some
Russ: I won't ask why.
Tia: would I tell you?
Russ: no, of course not.
Russ: games people play.
Tia: yes, games. It's fun.
Russ: well I'll go find one for Karra sometime.
Tia: what, whipped cream or games?
Russ: cream and games.
Tia: ohh, can I join in?
Russ: I'm afraid not.
Tia: oh well, never mind. Besides, I get more than
my fair share.
Russ: I'm sure you do. I don't want any jealous
roommates on my hands.
Tia: jealous, Mark? Maybe a little. But me?
Russ: jealous, Tia? Never.
Tia: no, I want to get jealous.
(Russ laughs outrageously)
Tia: I've never been jealous of anybody. Why do you
Russ: Mark and I were going over that this evening
with your experience with Bethany.
Tia: oh yes.
Russ: and the time you weren't jealous.
Tia: uh-huh. I wasn't jealous of Bethany, I was
Russ: uh-huh, it's a big difference.
Tia: uh-huh. Spending all his time with a strange
young lady who I got to know and like. The door and
Kiri refers to her as the lunch girl.
Russ: the lunch girl?
Russ: well hopefully the lunch girl will come back.
Tia: uh-huh. Bethany.
Russ: absolutely. Well go have fun with your games.
Tia: oh yeah.
Russ: I'll get some more rest period down here.
Russ: farewell Tia.
Tia: trying to get rid of me, huh?
Russ: here we go, feline domesticus.
Tia: meow. Hey, pussycat, where have you been?
(Tia tells the poem.)
Tia: what have you done to your tail?
Russ: he got it caught in something before I got
Tia: several sort of's.
Russ: seems like maybe a door got slammed on him.
Tia: more than once.
Russ: poor baby got caught. Oh well, he found a good
home with me.
Tia: oh yeah.
Russ: never had to worry about doors since.
Tia: always been very careful of them. Nice
pussycat. Nice pussycat, you do don't you?
Russ: farewell Tia.
Tia: yeah. And Ashtar did a good job, I can move
Russ: all right.
Tia: still a workout for me.
Russ: well, being as you have more success than ever
Tia: uh-huh. I wonder if I can do that trick again.
Okay, hand eye coordination, colors down a little
bit and oh, almost.
Russ: close, very close.
Tia: a lot better. Okay, up down, possibly look this
way and, missed by a mile. Oh, never mind.
Russ: oh well.
Tia: I'm going off to have my brains sorted out.
Russ: well, good luck with it. We'll see you again
Tia: okay, see you later Russ.
Russ: bye-bye love.
(Karra comes on for her first
time as channel)
Karra: stand back up.
Russ: it's good exercise.
Karra: okay, exercise, stand up.
Russ: all right, up we go.
Karra: okay, stick your arms out.
Russ: right, arms out.
Karra: and twist. Now twist back. And again, and
again. Left right, left right. Okay, sit down.
Russ: you're so funny.
Karra: what time do you call dropping by?
Russ: four in the morning, a normal, average time. I
expect every up and awake and waiting for me.
Russ: Klarra was.
Karra: no she wasn't, she heard you.
Russ: well she was after I got there.
Russ: the place is all dark and gloomy except for
her and she was all bright and kinda dull actually.
Karra: yes, being woken up out of her sleep does
tend to wake me up as well. Okay, so do you have any
questions for me?
Russ: seems like I'm getting better with my
farsighting as far as coming back. I don't feel as
bad as I used to.
Russ: is that because of the practice I'm getting?
Russ: ahh. Feels like I've been thrown through a
food processor and tossed back out.
Karra: yeah, blended up and poured out rather
Russ: no, it was a good trip though.
Russ: wasn't sure you heard.
Karra: yeah. I was told all about it by little sis.
Even to the fact of waking her up. She needs her
beauty sleep you know.
Russ: she doesn't need anything of the sort. She's
beautiful as she is.
Karra: and I'm not?
Russ: well yeah but you get plenty of beauty sleep.
Karra: think so?
Russ: well I know so, you're gorgeous.
Karra: with a 4 1/2 month old little hooligan.
Russ: who got plenty.......of well, slightly plenty
of sleep last night.
Russ: well if I knew she was going to wake you up I
would've stayed for longer.
Karra: so, when are you going to drop by and see me
Russ: well, how about in a little while?
Karra: okay, you got any oil?
Russ: no, just hope you do.
Karra: okay, I've got some.
Karra: and I'll put Klarra into the other room.
Karra: and then keep her nice and dormant.
Karra: and then we can get down to some massaging
and see if we can get you to go solid.
Russ: I'll be looking forward to it.
Karra: okay, well, I'll go and put on the coffee.
Karra: and well, see you in a few minutes?
Russ: see you in a few minutes Karra.
Karra: and I'll put on those short jeans or do you
want me to wear something slightly different?
Russ: do you have any kimonos handy?
Karra: only short ones.
Russ: that'll do fine.
Karra: very short ones.
Karra: in fact they were Tia's so that will give you
a rough idea how short they are.
Russ: wow, that short.
Russ: okay, I'll brave it.
Russ: I'll see you in a few minutes.
Russ: bye love.
comes on for his first time speaking)
Russ: Mark forgot to turn the pause off.
Russ: right, it is now.
Russ: which is just as good for Tia since she was
making comments she didn't want recorded anyway.
Omal: if she didn't want them recorded, she wouldn't
have said them, would she?
Russ: hard to say. She might've forgot.
Omal: she is back but we shall continue with our
discussion. She is getting back on to her hotseat as
it were. Anyway.....
Russ: okay, where were we? Oh yeah, the projection
Russ: correct. Okay......
Omal: your mood was reflected by it?
Russ: the projection when I went farsighting was
such that I feel like I reached a new point today
than I have in previous sessions. Or by for example
where an outside influence, in this case being a
Russ: it was so far away from my consciousness, it
had actually been trued up.....
Russ: to where I could actually hear it and even
then it was kind of.....
Omal: very faint.
Russ: yeah, very faint compared to it was sitting
right next to me, it should've been much more.......
Russ: audible, right.
Russ: the new technique I used, I don't know if I
could account for it but it seemed to be a change.
Omal: everything helps. You are refining your
techniques to a much more beneficial mode.
Russ: right. What I learned is never let my head
rest on anything.
Russ: that just puts me out.
Russ: that's the other question I got. Why's it so
easy for me to go to sleep when farsighting. Anybody
else far side I know. I drop off like a rock in a
second without even wanting to.
Omal: a rock?
Russ: well, you know. Quiet and silent like a rock
because I'm sleeping.
Omal: uh-huh. We would have to analyze more
information to come up with the correct answer on
Russ: okay, I just want to know if I'm abnormal or
Omal: we don't know, we will look into the issue.
Omal: and next question.
Russ: all right. The other thing that I used
Russ: was I stared into the crystal.......
Russ: while doing my count, the breathing count. And
it seemed that I could see the trip lined up in the
Omal: yeah, uh-huh.
Russ: it was kind of a earth to Hades Base without
the earth part included.
Russ: now what was happening there?
Omal: that was connecting with the program you had
built into the crystal and lining it up.
Russ: hmm, okay.
Russ: because it's not that the crystal becomes
Mars, Mars is encased in the crystal, right?
Russ: okay. If you want, we can get into Mark's
Omal: if you wish.
Russ: yeah, I'm kind of out of questions as far as
you answered most of them.
Russ: Mark's questions have to do to start off with
the blue guys......
Russ: the pilots. Now the question is have they
ever........his first one is have they ever crashed
Omal: not in Arizona. They have crashed in other
parts of your planet.
Russ: hmmm, was there anything taken by our
government say that would show it was the blue guys?
Omal: the last accident that they had was due
to........how would you describe it? Amusing
Omal: that was about 157 of your years ago?
Russ: that wouldn't be in Russia, would it?
Omal: you're thinking of the meteor strike.
Omal: that was not their fault.
Russ: where was it a crashed?
Omal: the most recent one, the most recent crash was
in the deserts of Africa. In East Africa. Ethiopia I
Omal: they have crashed in other parts. One occasion
I think you might have misinterpreted the question
concerning have they ever crashed? They have crashed
on your continent a few times. One of their crashes
occurred in an area in Southern California.
Russ: Southern California.
Russ: near a place called Palos Verdes?
Omal: that is one site where they crashed.
Russ: and the government found the spaceship, took
it to a secret lab on Palos Verdes and then
experimented with flying it around at one point
until they brought it back to the government
Omal: that was a old vehicle that had been crashed
for some time.
Omal: it was unfortunate that it was discovered
before rescue procedures could occur.
Russ: so normally rescue procedures happen where the
crash isn't recovered?
Omal: correct. Normally we recover, or they recover,
the necessary equipment but sometimes it is in such
an awkward place and because of pilot entertainment,
they tend to keep very quiet about it.
Russ: hmm. Because yeah, it's funny that the
coincidence behind this is that a former teacher of
mine way back when I was way young happened to see
the craft being flown.
Russ: and that's where I got the information from.
Russ: and then what was also strange was at the same
time I had a girlfriend that I had to do a
regression on but she accidentally traveled to this
Russ: and saw them working on this crystal that they
were refining. It didn't look like a natural earth
Russ: so I assume it would be part of a power plant
Omal: but we cannot disclose that as you are not
quite ready for that kind of information yet.
Russ: no worries.
Russ: but just noting how small the world, our
worlds are. Okay, now then, in ancient times......
Russ: the Anasazi's, Hopis, and other Indian tribes
have pictures of blue people........
Russ: that they talked to. Would this be the pilots?
Omal: presumably yes, but you would have to ask the
pilots as they keep their records concerning their
trips to themselves. We do have access to points of
interest but reading through their logs would be
rather dull and tedious and very hard to even
comprehend. If you wish, we can at a later date,
possibly the next session when it is convenient for
you, get one of the senior blue pilots to attend and
channel for you.
Russ: okay, if they're not too busy.
Russ: okay. The question would be then what purpose
would they have for discussing this? Would that also
be through that channeling session?
Omal: I can speculate personally but speculation is
not as good as having the necessary correct data
from the group concerned.
Omal: my speculation is that it would be for
agricultural purposes, technology, mining, but
again, you would have to ask them, I'm just
Russ: okay. Hmm. Yeah, then I'm going to save a
couple of these other questions he had for when he
can get into that session.
Russ: now you discussed the crash that was in
Arizona, that wasn't something from Ashtar Command
then I would assume?
Omal: they were amusing themselves when the accident
occurred. Again, you'd have to ask them and they are
very tightlipped on their accidents.
Russ: I don't blame them.
Omal: if you can somehow figure a way of getting
them talkative and happy, I'm sure they would be
able to talk your ear off about flying and
techniques and accidents and anything else......
Russ: catch them at a party.
Omal: maybe flatter them when you get them to
Russ: that would be a great idea.
Omal: something along the lines of, "I hear you're
very fine pilot".
Russ: "had any crashes lately?"
Omal: no, that would be the wrong way.
Russ: I'll go in the opposite direction.
Russ: okay, good.
Omal: okay, any more questions?
Russ: yeah. One thing I've got is, I read once where
there was a trade-off......
Russ: between our government and an alien race.
Russ: as far as exchanging humans for guests,
Russ: in which the aliens were treated very badly.
Russ: was that happening to you guys at all?
Omal: not with us personally, no.
Russ: oh good.
Omal: we would be wasteful if we did this.
Russ: yeah, I was going to say, this isn't your
Russ: would that be a negative entity that would
have done that possibly?
Omal: no, unlikely.
Russ: so it was just another race that was visiting?
Omal: as been said in the past, there are other
beings out there that do have an interest in your
planet. The majority are peaceful and scientific.
Russ: hmm, okay.
Omal: okay, next question please.
Russ: okay. Now then, are we going to go to, Tia and
I, to Sirius B again or are we going to be planning
other places to go?
Omal: you will be going to Alpha Centauri next time.
Russ: okay, good.
Omal: I have spoken as it were. Okay, Tia is plugged
Omal: I shall hand back to her. She seems just as
she was before she left.
(Russ gets done laughing)
Russ: thank you Omal.
Russ: enjoy, we'll talk again soon.
is back to get us back to Karra)
Russ: hi Tia. So we're off to Alpha Centauri next,
Russ: all right, good. So what did you think of our
Tia: interesting young lady.
Russ: isn't she though?
Russ: so hopefully she's going to have some
potential here for our future.
Tia: uh-huh. You'll have to excuse me, I'm still you
Russ: yeah, I know. Okay, any techniques I can just
give hints to her right away?
Tia: well you have all your techniques on tape.
Russ: you mean for farsighting. Practice coming here
in other words?
Tia: yeah, get her to come here.
Russ: okay, I told her how to get to Hades Base.
Russ: but like Omal said, she doesn't have a way
from third to fifth.
Tia: no, she doesn't. So she has to start by coming
Russ: okay. Now then, when she went farsighting the
other night, what exactly happened? Did anybody
catch that up there?
Tia: no unfortunately, I didn't.
Russ: because she ran into a spaceship
Russ: and was getting some interesting visuals of
Russ: and I was wondering if maybe you guys were
helping out in some way or another?
Tia: not me personally. I was getting ready for some
fun. No, not that sort of fun though I may have some
Russ: no doubt. Okay, well she seems like she's got
really a lot of natural talent.
Russ: so obviously there was a purpose for this
Russ: I don't want to keep you too much longer here.
Tia: yeah, I'm going to go and take a quick shower
and then I'm going to crawl into bed.
Russ: okay, well I'm going to let you get going here
Tia: okay, I'm going to take my towell with me.
Russ: good idea.
Russ: all right, well thank you Tia, I look forward
to Tuesday again. Have a lot of laughs.
Russ: okay. Farewell then.
(Karra is back for another time
Karra: greetings Beanpole.
Russ: well hi Karra.
Russ: how's the arm?
Karra: it feels a little bit better.
Russ: okay. Now then, healing techniques.
Russ: all right. What I was working on today, was
going into the old wound you might say.
Russ: and working on like microscopically filling in
Russ: okay, the problem I was having was once they
were filled in, getting them to align to the old
Russ: how could that become a little bit better?
Karra: by a little tighter focus on that point,
supplying instead of just energy, hot energy.
Russ: hot energy.
Karra: uh-huh, heating it up. That way it kinda
folds itself back together.
Russ: oh, so I fuse the areas I'm working on.
Karra: uh-huh. Don't worry about how much heat you
put in there, the more the better.
Karra: besides, I can control my body six times
better than some people can.
Russ: okay, now I couldn't figure out a way how to
deal with the hurt above the bone and the actual
muscle and skin tissue.
Omal: well you start off by dealing with the damaged
bone and then you work your way up by using heat but
only warm heat instead of real hot heat. Apply warm
heat and gently knead it like massaging but with
Russ: ohhhh, I see. Yeah, that could be a much more
easier way of doing it.
Russ: okay. I was little worried about working on
our house guest's knee problem......
Russ: for the same reason. It wasn't the bone that
was the problem, it was the muscle, the tendons.
Russ: so if I had wanted to work on that, I would've
projected some warm heat in that area?
Russ: and massaged it.
Karra: hold on a second, I haven't done this before.
Put your hand above my hand.
Karra: feel the heat coming out of it.
Russ: hmm, okay.
Russ: so about that temperature?
Karra: a little bit hotter.
Russ: a little bit hotter?
Karra: yeah. You don't want to do it too hot.
Russ: all right. Okay, I see.
Karra: can you move it back?
Russ: oh sure.
Karra: thank you.
Russ: my pleasure.
Karra: it's a little bit of a workout for me, huh?
Russ: all right.
Russ: but hopefully I think we found someone with a
lot of potential here.
Russ: she also does massage so we might have an all
Karra: oh, uh-huh. That would be good.
Russ: now I haven't told her about you yet.
Karra: you're saying you'll have problems, she'll
Russ: afraid so. It will be a little tough to
approach her about that subject.
Karra: well I shall keep a low profile when
channeling and I'll behave as if you are a friend
and not a little bit more.
Karra: talking of which, test tubes.
Russ: test tubes?
Karra: yeah, I'm going to throw them away.
Russ: oh good.
Karra: uh-huh. I'm going to deny Kornas content
Russ: good, I want to do this myself.
Karra: I'm sounding a little like Tia, aren't I?
Russ: I guess a little bit like Tia.
Karra: well, I have enough energy to spend for
everybody a little bit.
Russ: I suppose it does bleed through a bit.
Karra: uh-huh. It was a little bit amusing,
especially for Kiri.
Russ: how is little sis doing?
Karra: oh she's fine. She's looking forward to
Russ: oh good, I'm looking forward to talking to
her. Now, in the projection I did today where I was
coming up there, a little bit more solid, a little
bit different from the other one to where I had
actually what I feel was more there than here.
Karra: uh-huh, I felt it.
Russ: so this is kind of a breakthrough sort of.
Karra: uh-huh. You need to put a little bit more
energy I think is what Tia said.
Russ: okay, we did two implosion's.
Russ: that seemed to help.
Karra: how about doing a megabig implosion on the
second one next time?
Karra: just let it go, give it full blast and I'll
be there ready to catch you and I'll have Tia on
standby outside waiting of course.
Karra: guess who I've got sitting in my lap?
Russ: all right.
Karra: she says hi.
Russ: well, hi.
Karra: she actually says Google gah gah.
Russ: I said hi to her today.
Karra: which means just a bit more than hi.
Russ: oh. Okay.
Russ: on the implosion today........
Russ: I did a loop, I think it was ten loops before
Russ: okay, how many would be a better one for a
Karra: adding more energy would be better. Maybe
like one twice as powerful......twice as many.
Russ: okay, so about twenty so it builds up even
twice as much.
Karra: yeah and do a real big one. Omal is here
sitting helping me with these figures. It's not my
Russ: okay. Because yeah, the thing I want to do now
is definitely work on solidity here.
Karra: okay. Oh, what do you think of my kimona?
Russ: oh, it's very nice.
Russ: a little bit shorter than I expected actually.
Karra: uh-huh. Tia is going to give me another one.
Russ: all right.
Karra: the ones she uses or used to use for sleeping
in. It's a little bit more silky and it's a little
Russ: hmm, I'll put some lotion on my hands before I
Russ: I'll just get some lotion on when I get up
Russ: all right, anything else?
Karra: nothing that I can say on tape.
Russ: oh God. Well I'm going to try to get there
Russ: spend some time there.
Russ: so I guess anything left to say, I'll just say
Karra: uh-huh. I'll say what I have in my mind in
Russ: okay. We'll reach somewhere in the middle
Karra: uh-huh. Okay I'm going to hand over to little
Russ: all right.
Karra: and little sis is.........she's more like she
used to be.
Russ: oh good.
Russ: okay, well I'll see you little while.
Russ: love you lots.
(Kiri follows up her sister in
the channeling field)
Russ: hi Kiri.
Russ: how is the little mama?
Kiri: little mama is fine.
Russ: all right. Karra's right, you are sounding a
lot like your old self.
Russ: good, I think you're getting close to that
time it would be a little bit harder on you.
Kiri: I managed to prop up a lot of energy.
Russ: oh good. Oh, Tia mentioned the party
Russ: when I was up for after the birth.
Russ: but Mark's afraid you're not going to have
enough energy to be able to attend.
Kiri: I'll attend. I may just sit there be a silly
thorn all quiet.
Russ: that'll be a change.
Kiri: yeah. See how I feel at the time.
Russ: any conversations from the little one there?
Russ: what does it have to say at this young age?
Kiri: what is?
Russ: what is?
Kiri: what is this, what is that?
Kiri: uh-huh, very inquisitive.
Russ: wow. You have to explain each time?
Russ: how do you coach your answers into baby talk?
(Kiri continues on to side
Kiri: I'm going to have a chat with Omal and then
I'm going down to help Karra with Klarra and
hopefully by the time I get back I'll be able to
join in the fun.
Russ: okay, if they'll let you. Well I'll probably
see you up there in a little while.
Kiri: I'll be over at Karra's for a while and when
you arrive I should go and talk with Nazreal.
Russ: you don't have to leave. We probably won't
get too much going anyway.
Kiri: I'll go and talk with my nephew.
Kiri: I'm getting him back up with his research
and I've also got my last genetic experiment which
should be coming to an end in about two or three
Russ: ahhh. What experiment's that?
Kiri: it's to do with plant life with acceleration
Kiri: accelerating the clone process.
Russ: oh, so this is something that could be
applied to other areas then?
Russ: oh, so it's important.
Kiri: oh yeah.
Russ: so how tough is it working with plant genes
compared to say animal genes?
Kiri: it's a lot easier actually.
Russ: oh really?
Russ: there's more simplified DNA and such?
Kiri: yeah, much simplified. The next one, the
next experiment we've got planned, we'll be
working with little, furry creatures about inch
and a half, two inches long, that squeak a lot? I
don't know what you call them.
Kiri: well as I said, I don't know what you call
Russ: are they white, four legs and a tail?
Kiri: yeah, four legs, a long, thin tail, little
claws, big ears.
Russ: oh, could be rats.
Kiri: well I don't know what rats are or mice are
Russ: you just described a mouse perfectly.
Kiri: oh, it's probably what it is then.
Russ: well they do a lot of experiments on them
Russ: that's our main experimental animal.
Russ: white mice and such but finding genetic
patterns. Like a white mouse and a black mouse and
you study traits in the......
Russ: the offspring among so many generations to
find your dominant and recessive genes. I should
study genetics sometime. It's a fascinating field
to get into.
Kiri: uh-huh. We could get Kornas in.
Kiri: uh-huh. Right, do you have any serious
questions for me?
Russ: serious questions.....
Russ: not really, just talking shop basically.
Russ: because everything I'm doing now is
Kiri: yeah, working on that. So no asking about
Russ: not really, our newest person that's been
kind of wandering around here is a coercer.
Russ: the girl who was here for a little temporary
roommate you might say.
Kiri: uh-huh. And talking of temporary and
permanent roommates, how is your........?
Russ: our resident shield tester?
Russ: yeah, what's funny is Susan,
who is the name of the girl who was here, says her
coercion always has been in the way of men.
Russ: apparently, she's picked up a technique you
Russ: absolutely, seductive coercion.
Russ: she says she has no problem with it
Kiri: perhaps we ought to sit down and have a chat
Russ: I think so too.
Kiri: talk over techniques.
Russ: but now, where does she go from seductive
Kiri: it's up to her.
Russ: ok, but I mean what would be the next
logical step, just normal coercion?
Russ: okay. So it would be positive?
Russ: or aggressive.
Kiri: uh-huh. Whichever she chooses.
Russ: okay, because I haven't discussed it in
detail with her. I'm waiting till she gets her
farsighting and shielding down first.
Russ: good. That's all I've got love.
Russ: I know.
Kiri: well okay, let me see. I don't know how I'm
going to word this. Tia is bonded with Mark and
I'd like to bond with him but I'm not quite sure
how to go about it because I don't want upset Tia
and I don't want to upset Mark but I'd like to
become bonded as well.
Russ: well, I think Mark would love it.......
Russ: but I think he's more concerned with your
feelings and how you would like to stay maybe a
free-agent points is what his thinking is.
Kiri: uh-huh. Well, hmm, I'd like to stay free but
yet I'd like to be part of a group.
Russ: right, so this is something you have to sit
both of them down with......
Kiri: uh-huh. How would I work that?
Russ: well, you'd say, "I've got a..."
Russ: something like that but you'd discuss your
Russ: in this case your need to be part of a
family unit sort of thing.
Kiri: yeah. Because it's concerning Alex which is
why I've been thinking about it.
Russ: good point, good point. In that case, that's
how you would approach it.
Russ: how you would like to make this more of an
Russ: type of union.
Russ: and at that point, the arrangements are
Russ: and we could possibly do it at the same
party we do it for the little one.
Russ: so that might be a good plan.
Kiri: uh-huh. There is a secretary here who is new
to the job. She'd like to say hi.
Russ: what's her name?
Kiri: it's hard to translate what her name means,
Flower of the teardrop(?), child of the moon.
That's the correct translation but.....
Russ: we can call her flower child.
Kiri: hmm, sounds a little bit old hat.
Russ: it does kind of.
Kiri: uh-huh. How about Luna?
Russ: Luna works for me.
Kiri: uh-huh. She's not going to channel this
time. She's just sitting here taking notes.
Russ: well, wish her hi from all of us down here
Kiri: okay, I will do so.
Russ: great, and well I might meet her sometime
too when I go up there.
Kiri: uh-huh. Yes, she is, how would I be best to
describe her? She's about a little bit shorter
than Mark. She has long, red hair. Long nose, so
very pretty girl actually. If it wasn't for my
current condition she'd be my girl.
Russ: well invite her to the party.
Kiri: she smiles.
Russ: oh that's good. Yeah, invite her to the
party. We'll meet her there.
Kiri: she is, hold on a second, she is 29 on Hades
which I don't know what......
Russ: it breaks down to about 21 down here.
Kiri: well she's not from Tia's home planet and
she's not from Sirius, she's from another planet
that's closer to Omal and Korton's home planet but
in a different dimension.
Russ: we'll take it at twenty-nine then.
Russ: that's a reasonable age.
Kiri: hold on a second. Hmm, she has tanned skin,
she's very friendly. I'll discuss it with her
later. I'll mosey on out of here.
Russ: oh good.
Russ: well Kiri, have fun, enjoy, we'll be talking
to you hopefully when I get up there in a little
while at least to say hi.
Kiri: okay, I'll hang around.
Russ: okay, good.
Kiri: so, I will see you later and as
Kiri: look forward to seeing you.
Russ: good, three weeks?
Kiri: and I'm out of here.
Russ: take care love.
(Omal returns to add to the
Omal: good evening Russ.
Russ: good evening Omal.
Omal: now why did you turn on just before we came
Russ: to watch you come in.
Omal: getting clever.
Russ: a little bit fragmented on that one. Kind of
come in pieces you might say. Take over parts of
the time you might say.
Omal: we prefer to do things carefully and make
sure the channeler is functioning within the
correct operational parameters.
Russ: he is I take it?
Omal: within certain parameters. Normal parameters
for the channeler.
Russ: good. Is he off with Kiri and Tia I hope?
Omal: no, I'm afraid not.
Russ: damn. He's off with Korton?
Russ: oh well, I know the girls will miss him.
Omal: well presumably. We are all kept pretty busy
up here at the moment, on our toes as it were.
Never know who's going to drop by.
Russ: I know.
Omal: yes, you experienced it.
Russ: yeah, fun little visitation.
Russ: for all practical purposes, it worked out
Omal: yes, did you enjoy your theological
Russ: the theologian himself.
Omal: yes, the master.
Russ: I assume he doesn't mind maintaining his
aspect as Korton for a while there?
Omal: I think it should be pretty obvious from the
start. Who else would address you as Mr. Hatfield?
Russ: right, but I have a feeling that, and Mark
agrees, that there was a little bit of coercion
involved because he knows I won't talk to him on a
one-to-one basis like I would Korton.....
Russ: only because he scares the dickens out of
Omal: true, true.
Russ: I wouldn't be getting into theological
discussions with Ashtar if I knew it was Ashtar.
Omal: yes, that is wise.
Russ: I know I would lose.
Omal: which you did.
Russ: which I did but, I came up with the idea
later on afterwards.....
Russ: that I should have presented to him the fact
that while soldiers can teach teachers how to
Russ: teachers can teach soldiers how to not
Omal: true, true.
Russ: that might've stumped him.
Omal: I don't know, he would probably come up with
an answer that would have stumped you big time.
Russ: I know. But had me wondering.
Russ: anyway, it was quite enjoyable.
Omal: I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Russ: yes I did. All right, what's on the list for
tonight? I believe it's free time.
Omal: it still is free time, yes.
Omal: negative feedbacks I presume?
Russ: negative feedback, coercion....
Russ: and a little bit of farsighting.
Omal: okay, let's start off with this negative
Omal: you are concerned about the lack of pain.
Russ: I don't want pain really but I'm expecting
pain and can't get it. I think that might be my
Omal: that is possibly your problem that you're
anticipating pain. It is like when you stick a
needle in yourself, you're expecting it to hurt
and sometimes it doesn't because the expectation
is there. But yet you bleed all the same.
Russ: it still hurts. I know what you mean though.
Omal: it is the expectation, it didn't hurt as
much. You were expecting it to hurt and yet you
stick it in and it doesn't hurt as much.
Russ: right. I assume the reason why it shouldn't
hurt is because it's going through various neural
pathways that open up by force.
Omal: yes, uh-huh.
Russ: now my lack of pain, would that mean that
I'm failing in this and my neural pathways aren't
being opened? Or they are being opened and just
not feeling any of the pain?
Omal: it is probably a little bit of both but they
are being enlarged.
Omal: but they're only being enlarged at a small
Russ: hmm, was there a monitor on me today during
what I was doing this morning?
Omal: unfortunately, we were aware a little bit
too late to follow the process from beginning to
Russ: okay, because I had some major feedback loop
going on this morning.
Omal: how tight was it? Was it overflowing or was
it a nice, tight beam?
Russ: well, I started off slow and I started going
a little bit different from normal.
Russ: where before I using the idea that chakras
in front of the body.
Russ: but now I'm going with the fact that chakras
are along the spine.
Russ: so I'm working up sending the energy through
the chakras along my spine now seems even better.
And, as it started picking up speed, it picked up
Russ: and the faster it went the solider it would
get intil it was a vibrating band almost with
solid energy that I could feel and Mark could feel
and he wasn't even near me.
Russ: and I thought this was going to be it, this
was going to be the biggie, it was really there,
sent it in and nothing.
Omal: was it a tight beam or was it a wide, fat
Russ: it was a fat beam.
Omal: ahh, it's got to be a tight beam.
Russ: well it was gathering so much energy, it
couldn't get any tighter.
Omal: you'd be surprised how tight you can get it.
Russ: oh. So in another words, tighten the beam up
Omal: yes. I think we went over this a little
Omal: that it had to be a nice, tight beam. Tight
and tidy. If it is a wide, fat beam, it tends to
bleed a little bit.
Russ: I would say it was the width of my fist.
Omal: it needs to be tighter.
Russ: the width of a pencil say?
Russ: so I'm sending the energy in the width of a
Russ: okay, let me get this straight. Just before
I send it in, it loops up and then instead of
looping back down to go back to my chakras, it
crosses back in and goes straight in through my
Omal: okay, where did you go wrong?
Russ: well that's what I did but tighter.
Omal: yeah, it needs to be tighter. As tight as
possible, the tighter the better.
Omal: about a third of an inch in diameter should
Russ: that's tight.
Omal: uh-huh. That is about the width of a pencil.
Russ: okay. I was thinking, with acupuncture.....
Russ: talking about needles....
Russ: they don't hurt......
Russ: and yet they do their work the way they're
Russ: now I'm using almost the same principle.....
Russ: but it's supposed to hurt.
Omal: yes. Acupuncture is A, it is a much smaller
object, B it is going to the body, it is not
penetrating the brain.
Omal: if you were to use acupuncture to penetrate
the heart you would feel it. Or the brain.....
Omal: you would feel that. Whereas it's going
through tissue and muscle and so on, it is not as
harmful. But yet if you penetrate an organ of some
kind, then you feel it. Maybe not immediately but
you feel it later on.
Russ: okay, now, I've had some curious side
effects from the negative feedback loop I'd like
to talk about.
Omal: uh-huh, okay.
Russ: all right, number one, I didn't get to bed
last night till about 4:30 or five.
Russ: okay. So then I should've just been dragging
my butt everywhere.
Russ: and at first I was. Then I did the negative
feedback loop and I was a little bit wonky as Mark
would say afterwards, and then as soon as I got
the wonkiness feeling gone, my energy level was so
Russ: oh, I was just going to say, I was smiling,
laughing, having a great time, I had tons of
energy all day long and I was still just amped up.
I should be dead on my feet ready to drop.
Omal: that is because the energy that you pick up
is being activated, activated more energy. See,
which gives you extra energy to make you, how did
you put it, bouncy and cheerful?
Russ: right, amped up.
Omal: amped up, that's the one.
Russ: you're going to learn all kinds of English
Omal: this is amusing.
Russ: anyway, right, so that's actually a good
exercise in the morning when I'm feeling kind of
Omal: yes. You can't do it on a regular basis
because after a while you run out of energy and
then you just, to use an expression that Mark uses
occasionally, you just fall over.
Russ: hmm, okay.
Omal: which actually I presume means that you run
out of energy and just.....
Omal: yeah, dragging your butt, no energy, shields
are low in power, capability is almost zero and so
Russ: right. Okay, so not all the time. Well, for
now I'll keep practicing it anyway.
Russ: I need the practice.
Omal: yes, but it would be more effective after a
good night sleep. You would be, what's the term
that you use when you have lots of energy?
Russ: amped up.
Omal: amped up, hyper.
Russ: hyper, ahh yes.
Omal: yes, hyper beyond belief.
Omal: a bit like the channeler gets sometimes.
Russ: he sure does.
Omal: you can tell when he's been doing negative
Russ: okay, so this is all going to be coming in
really handy for this next part of this learning
Omal: yes. Uh-huh.
Russ: okay. Which leads me to my next point.
Russ: farsighting crystal.
Russ: okay, in my hand I have a crystal sphere.
Russ: something very strange happened to this
Russ: when I bought it, on the surface of it, or
just below the surface, it was like two little eye
holes almost where somebody had dropped it and
caused a little refraction type of thing....
Russ: but very small but very clear like somebody
shot a BB in it almost.
Russ: a little high-powered steel pellet fired
from an air gun.
Russ: in other words, the middle part of the
circle was clear, the outer rings of it were kind
of like a crater on the moon kind of splattered
Omal: ahh yes.
Russ: and it was two of them next to each other
that looked like eyes.
Russ: they're not there anymore.
Omal: and you want me to ask explain why they're
not there anymore?
Russ: well, Mark's gets clear but it's been a long
time. This is like a week after I bought it and
Omal: what sort of energy do you use on it?
Russ: not much with it. I've used it for
farsighting a couple times.....
Russ: I keep it in my pocket all the time.
Omal: maybe it is a self-healing crystal.
Omal: there are crystals that do self heal.
Russ: sure, I've got a few of them around.
Omal: depending on their circumstances and who
uses them, how much energy, the attention and so
Russ: hmm, okay. So the crystal itself doesn't
lend its energy though to farsighting?
Russ: it's merely an aid to keep your awareness
focused in case you start to drift.
Omal: yes. You get a much tighter form of travel
to start off with which aids you in your
farsighting until you get the pattern down and
then you don't need it.
Russ: how do you travel? How you mean?
Omal: what you don't get so sloppy around the
Russ: oh, you mean instead of drifting.
Russ: I see.
Omal: it's a much tighter beam. It also means you
can travel a lot faster because you're not wasting
as much energy.
Russ: oh. Oh good, that brings me up to my
Russ: I did yesterday? Day before yesterday.
Omal: yes, Wednesday.
Russ: correct, my day off.
Omal: it was not your day off from your other job.
Russ: right, theater but yeah, I had some morning
time free. I went ahead and traveled on up to
Russ: got to Karra's room and we went to the ski
Russ: but I was feeling this pull from back here.
Russ: and even though I was feeling very solid at
the time, the pull was getting stronger and
stronger. I kept having to fight it with more and
more energy to stay where I was until finally I
just had to give it up......
Russ: and head back from the slopes back down
Russ: and it was very uncomfortable. It was like a
thousand needles were pushing into my body kind
Russ: Mark says he ignored it one time, fought it
even longer than I did and suffered some severe
consequences from it.
Omal: uh-huh. You want to know what it is?
Russ: you betcha.
Omal: it is your body calling to be whole. Once
you manage to condition your body to accept the
fact that it is temporarily apart, then you can
start to do some serious farsighting. But in the
meantime, your body has to get conditioned to the
fact that you are not only in a different place
but in a different dimension. It is the dimension
that you break through that causes it that your
body is aware that you have broken through to
somewhere different and it wants to return. And it
pulls and pulls and pulls.
Russ: ohhhhh. So in other words, if I was to say
stay on third dimension here and travel around the
neighborhood or something, I wouldn't feel that
Omal: no. But it is breaking through that
dimension and it will become less and less......
Omal: until your body is conditioned. It is also a
stretching type experience.
Russ: yeah, that's what it felt like. It felt like
my body was like a elongated a thousand miles or
Omal: and then some.
Russ: and then some. But yeah, I don't plan on
sticking around the neighborhood here.
Omal: it is best to start off slowly and gently.
Russ: no I'm kidding, yeah I know.
Omal: you don't want to overload yourself and
burnout and lose your capability which can happen.
Russ: right. But I do want to go to Hades Base.
Omal: of course.
Russ: it's the only place I want to farsight to.
Omal: don't you want to relieve the channel of
some of his work load as you were saying?
Russ: well yeah, but that's not until after I get
Hades Base down.....
Omal: of course, of course, were teasing you.
Russ: I can never tell sometimes. A little chiding
there on the other side.
Russ: okay, so it's nothing serious.
Omal: yes it is serious.
Russ: it is serious.
Omal: yes. Because if you ignore it as was
mentioned about the channeller, you can have some
very serious side effects. You can actually
overload yourself and then everything goes down.
Omal: you crash the computer as you might say.
Russ: right. Precautions then?
Omal: when it gets strong enough to become an
Omal: practice is a precaution because your body
gets used to it and after a while it accepts it.
Russ: hmm. Though it didn't feel like that really
the time I went to visit your room. There was
never really a kind of pull.
Russ: I mean it felt comfortable where I was on
Russ: in your room. Is that maybe your energy or
some other energy I was borrowing?
Omal: we'll let you work it out for yourself
because it is part of the learning experience.
Russ: okay. So practice and don't ignore it.
Russ: okay. Is there a way I can lessen it maybe?
I mean besides the practice.
Omal: practice is about the only way.
Russ: that is. It seems like some kind of
meditation would do.
Omal: no, because you have to make that jump to it
to get up your stamina as it were.
Russ: hmm, okay. Fair enough. All right, I'll try
that and so I might not stay as long as I'd like
to, I'll just be able to get there more often.
Omal: yes, it is again a matter of building up
stamina. Each time that you come up stay little
bit longer or at least try.
Omal: okay, next question please.
Omal: okay. You know it is not my field as much as
Korton but Korton is indisposed unfortunately.
Russ: oh, it's an easy one.
Russ: coercion with adults has been pretty easy
Russ: but tonight I tried to work with coercion on
Russ: no luck.
Russ: in other words, I could get eye contact.
Mark says if you get down to their level it works
Omal: of course in your work environment when
you're working behind that area, you cannot get
down to their level.
Russ: right. I was wondering if there's something
about children that keeps them from being coerced?
Omal: they have not yet put the mental barriers in
place that adults have, the mental taboos. So
their minds are open but yet they have natural
shielding to protect them.
Russ: oh they do?
Omal: but, as they get older it dissipates.
Omal: and sometimes it dissipates more rapidly as
the child gets older and older.
Russ: I see. So now if the child.....
Russ: firstborn in the world has got memories say
of past lives and things like shields.....
Russ: is that something he puts into his life at
that point to work with?
Omal: yes, yes. And then, as the child gets older,
by surrounding practice it dissipates. That is why
it has been stated in the past that the ideal
learning age is of a child that is freshly born.
That way you can work with them and get them to
use their shields and then slowly their shields
become stronger and stronger.
Russ: hmmm, I see. Okay. Mark was wondering about
his being able to work with the child up there
that's about to be born.
Russ: Kiri and his child about......
Omal: their child.
Russ: their child, right. Any kind of influence
that he might have.....
Russ: that might be more controlled over what he
might be able to suggest?
Omal: you mean to say that we would interfere and
guide the growth of the child?
Russ: something like that. Like he'd like to give
it more of a military training like he got.
Omal: this will be taken care of at a more
Russ: okay. I only bring it up because we
mentioned it the other day.
Russ: all right, right. Now then, going back to
coercion if we could please.
Omal: you've been very formal this evening.
Russ: I don't want to get into too many taboo
Omal: ahh, we will tell you when it is taboo.
Russ: oh, okay. I don't feel like get reprimanded
Omal: after the incident other night, you're a
little bit nervous, huh?
Russ: a little bit nervous, a little gun shy.
Omal: that is understandable.
Russ: nothing like an caught with your pants down
you might say.
Omal: for all's you know, I could be Ashtar
masquerading as Omal.
Russ: no, not this time.
Omal: no true, too humorous.
Russ: too humorous, you're staying too long.
Russ: okay, back to coercion.
Russ: all right. What I'm trying to do now is work
on a muscle reflex coercion.
Russ: in other words, where if I want to flex my
fingers, it's a mental command I have no control
over and it's so fast that it does it without my
even knowing practically.
Russ: can coercion be controlled like that after
Omal: yes it can but it takes practice and you
have to be careful that it does not work when you
don't want it to. That is why it is always
advisable to use it when you wish to use it.
Russ: hmm. Well see, my problem is, it's usually
Russ: by the time I want to use it, I've lost eye
Omal: yes. Then it is practice and holding the eye
contact whilst you build up the time and the
Russ: hmm, okay. Now with people who have more of
a history of association with me from past lives
be more susceptible say to coercion than others
who never really met me?
Omal: possibly less because they know your mental
pattern. They would be aware if they had been
aware in the past that you are coercing them or of
Russ: hmm, okay. Because yeah, I've noticed that
with a lot of people that I know, I don't have as
much coercing friends.....
Russ: who I feel like I've had more lives with
then I do complete strangers who I've never had
any association with.
Omal: is again as we said because they're used to
your mental pattern.
Russ: hmm, true.
Russ: okay. I am noticing though where you
mentioned one time before that in using coercion,
you do get a feel for the person far deeper than
Omal: just the surface.
Russ: right. You can delve into what's going on
just below the surface you might say.
Omal: uh-huh. Yes, you can almost establish a
rapport and communicate with their deeper
Russ: right. Kind of scary sometimes just what
people are thinking going through under the
Omal: you would be surprised what people think.
Russ: getting surprised actually.
Russ: speaking of coercion, is that still the
ongoing experiment or project for me?
Omal: yes. Because you have to carry on building
up your stamina and capabilities such as your
shields you should still be working on and
Russ: right, I was working on them today for a
Russ: but I remember Ashtar told me to be
Russ: so I'm being sout of selective in my
Omal: that is wise as Ashtar is always wise on
these matters. Now it's my turn to sound formal.
Russ: that's all right. Okay. I noticed Ashtar was
very concerned when our feelings towards the
inhabitants of the Bat people.
Russ: I'm wondering is that because you on fifth
dimension have so much more idea of life after
life type of thing that the multiple deaths of
people is no longer a factor that's really
Omal: yes, to a certain extent. Ashtar is
interested in it and I, to further his
understanding of your species, he, to gauge you
personally and the channeler and see, and this
one's a little bit more complicated, is to see
what affect it will have when there is a mass
dying on you and how you perceive it and feel it.
Russ: hmm. So he kind of got the impression from
talking to me that Mark and I have completely
different views on this?
Omal: yes. It was stated that your perception is
different from Mark's perception.
Russ: right but that's because I do regressions.
Russ: I see people die numerous times in a single
Russ: it's not that major of a thing. But where
Mark has seen physical death it's much more
Omal: uh-huh. A physical death is not as pleasant
as a spiritual death as it were.
Omal: or a temporary spiritual rest.
Russ: yeah, there's no real difference though is
there? Spiritual death and physical death? There's
Omal: I'm not a theologian so I would not get into
that kind of subject.
Russ: something to dwell on though.
Russ: hours of dwelling maybe.
Russ: okay. What's up that you'd like to talk to
Omal: what do you want to know about?
Russ: manifestation actually.
Omal: the penny, huh?
Russ: yeah. Well, the penny part. Just say it's a
part of manifestation.
Omal: yes, how to create it.
Russ: I've got the how to create it part.....
Russ: what I felt today doing a negative feedback
loop, is that I was gathering the same kind of
energy I would use to create the penny....
Russ: or other such objects that I wish to
manifest. It was solid enough to where I felt I
could of reached out and touched it.
Russ: now is that something close to what we're
Omal: yes, we will cover manifestation in great
detail at a later date. The same as we have
covered coercion and shielding.
Russ: okay. That is still a project that should be
worked on along with the others?
Omal: yes, yes.
Omal: but again, we don't want you to indulge in
too much as you'll burn yourself out.
Russ: right, that's why I'm trying to gauge what's
important, what's not important this time.
Omal: we will get the manifestation in due course.
No need to get hasty and rush onto something
before you have finished your current studies.
Russ: okay. Yeah, currently it's coercion,
Omal: and shielding.
Russ: shielding, yeah.
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