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Archivist Notes: The girls are back in town. As we heard last month, Kiri and Karra were getting ready to leave for the Tri-base ski races on Sirius but now the races are over and we get to hear about how the trip went. We also hear the results of the Festival of Fish which is a very old tradition with Leah's and Bunny's family. We first heard about the festival in the podcasts from May of 2016 and October of 2017 so listeners would have already been familiar with its roots. The other big revelation comes from Omal that the group mind needed to transition to the next highest dimension would need an exact number of people mentally focused in perfect synchronicity to make that happen. And that is just side one.

   So Kiri resumes her role as ring mistress by recounting the events which took place on Sirius when she joined Leah, Lyka and Bunny at the family get-together. It is a tale of huge fish, bare-handed wrestling of said fish and a number of broken bones. On the lighter side of the recounting was the camaraderie of old friends but on the darker side with the death of someone very much loved by Leah and Bunny during a previous festival. She also regales us with the parties she went to, meeting up with her dad and his bond mate Gonzo and the upcoming birth of Leah and Lyka's child as well as their recent bonding ceremony. She finishes remembering a bit more about her trip. Omal takes his place within the channeling field and starts by answering my question of the appropriate wording to use in relation to a past channeling. "The Matrix" had been released recently and the question about the reality we live in brought on the topic of ascension. We knew that it would take 144,000 people in a group meta-concert to make the change but we now find out that number is an absolute. We spend pretty much the rest of side one finding out why.

   Karra gets side two off with an answer to a personal question I had about some future training of mental gifts for a son who was soon to be born in less than a week before we turn the conversation to what happened during her trip back home to Sirius. An ambassador's life isn't a life of ease even on the sixth dimension so it's the relating of a trip filled with meetings, banquets and formal dinners. There was some fun we get to hear about and a seminar she attended where the topic was word manipulation. The examples she offers take up the rest of her time speaking but valuable insights are shared that would useful on this planet. The funny part is that the instructional lesson she had to read had been written by her sister earlier in her life. With that it's time for Treebeard to get in his time channeling and it is one of the most informative conversations we ever had from him. First he helps with a concept I had concerning adding thought waves along with an accompanying sound when speaking in certain situations to get my thoughts across better before we hear about life in the Tenuvial family. He explains that a genetic breeding program within the family designed to produce super operants had some unfortunate side effects that could potentially doom the line. His warnings that such a program could have far-reaching implications led to his being basically in exile from his family back on Sirius hence his position as gardener on the base. We learn he is considering being part of a plan of to start a new branch within the tree that has the potential to make sure that fate does not come to pass. He leaves after that revelation followed by Kiri who uses the minute or two left on the tape explaining why her and Karra's family, the family Tanaka didn't go down a similar path.         

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KIRI Ring Mistress MARK (Channel)
OMAL RUSS (Archivist)
KARRA
TREEBEARD


SIDE 1

2.)(18:51)- Omal reviews pat sessions with me for the page, we discuss a recent movie that had come out called "The Matrix" and he reveals why a 144.000 people and only a 144,00 people can make the change.

SIDE 2

2.)(13:31)- Treebeard answers a question on if waveforms have sounds and we hear about the dynamics of his family which has some genetic issues he hopes to reverse with a new line.

3.)(39:39)-  Kiri explains why it is her family doesn't have the same issues as can be found with families trying to breed super operants.

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SIDE ONE


(Kiri returns to her duty as temporary ring mistress.)


Russ: ……..exciting, interesting and all of the above.

Kiri: oh yeah, the Festival of Fish was unusual to say the least.

Russ: how did that go, how did our…..

Kiri: I’d never been to a festival like that before.

Russ: our competing champions doing?

Kiri: she’s doing fine, she’s doing fine.

Russ: did Leah catch one?

Kiri: sorry?

Russ: did Leah catch one?

Kiri: oh yeah.

Russ: and Huna of course probably caught one.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: all right Huna.

Kiri: and they're both wrapped up at the moment.

Russ: wrapped up in like bandages and casts?

Kiri: Leah has a broken arm.

Russ: good call.

Kiri: uh-huh and Bunny has a broken leg as well as a broken arm and……

Russ: as well as a broken arm?

Kiri: uh-huh.

(Russ starts laughing so hard he coughs.)

Russ: who the heck…..oh well.

Kiri: well Bunny caught a…..let me do the maths here…….a 210 pound……no sorry, a 195 pound fish.

Russ: pretty good-sized.

Kiri: yeah she’s only I think about…..maths time again…..a 122 of your pounds?

(Russ whistles.)

Kiri: and Leah caught a 152 pound fish, I caught a 95 pound fish.

Russ: oh you’re going for small fry huh?

Kiri: well I went first actually, it’s quite a funny sport.

Russ: yeah being as you’re catching them by your bare hands there.

Kiri: uh-huh, not allowed to use any of your abilities. The first one that I caught was not allowed, they threw mud at me because I caught a 295 pound one.

Russ: uh-huh, I’ll bet you did.

Kiri: uh-huh. Well it didn’t put up much for fight so they figured out that I’d actually coerced it but I didn’t know that.

Russ: what do you mean you didn’t know that, you didn’t mean to?

Kiri: well I didn’t know that was one of the rules that you can't use any of your abilities.

Russ: oh, a 295 pound fish, how big is that?

Kiri: it’s big.

Russ: I can imagine.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: "Jaws" of the river there.

Kiri: it was big, it was about 8 foot long and it could’ve swallowed me.

Russ: oh geez.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: so you actually just got it there, it sat there going kind of “huh”?

Kiri: no, I wrestled it and once I got into it's mind……yeah.

Russ: it calmed right down.

Kiri: uh-huh and that was it, pushed it to the shore and put it on the shore and that was it.

Russ: at which point they started throwing mud at you huh?

Kiri: uh-huh, it was quite funny actually.

Russ: I can imagine, so you caught yourself a little tiny one too..

Kiri: yeah, really caught it and almost tore my arm off, those things are slippery and tough.

Russ: yeah well 295 pounds of fish without your coercion it would have taken you and…..

Kiri: would’ve broken me to pieces.

Russ: yeah, it'd still be a reconstruction.

Kiri: uh-huh and when I saw Bunny go after her fish…..how much did I say it was, 210?

Russ: 195.

Kiri: that was Leah’s I think.

Russ: Leah’s was 152.

Kiri: yeah 152. Yeah I mean I thought she had lost it, I saw her go under the water and she was down there for a while.

Russ: wow.

Kiri: and then she came up and bam against a rock, I think that’s when she broke her leg and she just kept on going and when she broke her arm she actually kept her arm wrapped around its neck and you could see the blood just seething out of her arm.

Russ: God dang.

Kiri: uh-huh and then she dragged it to the shore and sat down and it’s sort of like she goes, “I need to see a doctor.” So I went and got a doctor and when I came back Leah was sitting there saying that she also needed a doctor and Lyka was doing a battlefield dress on both of them.

Russ: oh that’s good.

Kiri: uh-huh. Yeah she had….

Russ: too bad Karra wasn’t there, she could have helped out.

Kiri: oh it was a pity but it was just the four of us that went.

Russ: oh really?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: so what did you do to the fish?

Kiri: oh we ate it.

Russ: oh.

Kiri: yeah.

Russ: even the 295 pound one?

Kiri: no.

Russ: you threw that back.

Kiri: yeah we threw the other two back because they were alive. I unfortunately had mine out of the water longer than it could take so it had to be eaten which isn’t too bad.

Russ: even a 95 pound fish, that’ll feed all four of you and then some.

Kiri: oh yeah, we carried it down, the doctor and myself on a gurney and we had Bunny and Leah on another gurney and Lyka walking along behind so we walked all the way back down then we had a big fish fry.

Russ: excellent.

Kiri: uh-huh. Do you know how many there is of Bunny and Leah’s family?

Russ: I would say quite a few compared to what I was just doing of Bunny’s transcription.

Kiri: uh-huh, there was over 2,000 of them there. There was two guys that were having a headbutting contest.

Russ: oh yeah, shaking a few nuts out of the tree were they?

Kiri: oh yeah, most certainly, it was quite funny actually.

Russ: that would be pretty good but 2,000 huh?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: wow.

Kiri: and there were other groups that went off and did the fish contest but apparently it’s only a woman's sport.

Russ: hmm that’s strange.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: I wonder why the men don’t participate, too easy for them?

Kiri: probably, that’s what they were claiming.

Russ: uh-huh, I would too.

Kiri: yeah, the impression I got was that Leah and Bunny’s part of the family is the rich, well-to-do and the rest are sort of like let me see, what would be a good description? Rednecks?

Russ: you know you’re a redneck if you have to take your toothpick out for your wedding photos.

Kiri: yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. How do the jokes go? You might be……if your girlfriend.......let me get the accent right, if your girlfriend wears a backless dress and wears her bra, you might be a redneck.

Russ: how about this one? You might be a redneck if you’ve been married three times and you still have the same in-laws.

Kiri: or how about this one? If you introduce your wife and your sister and there’s only one person, you might be a lowland beach bum.

(Leah and Bunny’s family are located on the coast of Sirius.)

Kiri: they were certainly a very strange bunch, very friendly and affectionate but it was definitely you could tell the two parts of the family.

Russ: is there a matriarch or patriarch or some leader of the family?

Kiri: not really.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: there’s the…..

Russ: I know with the highlanders it's different….

Kiri: oh yes.

Russ: and that is the one and only leader of the family.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: and there is no quarreling or quibbling or nothing.

Kiri: no there was a lot of not quarreling but trying to dominate who was the boss and everything. I mean there was Bunny’s father, now he’s an interesting character.

Russ: really? Do tell.

Kiri: very shy, very reclusive, he only came out I think like three times?

Russ: that’s where Leah got her shyness from.

Kiri: uh-huh yeah. Very shy and…

Russ: where did Bunny get her extroverted style?

Kiri: from her late mother.

Russ: late mother?

Kiri: uh-huh, yes, her mother tried to set a new record with a fish and unfortunately paid the price.

Russ: well so did you, you almost paid the price.

Kiri: uh-huh, yeah. Yeah she got drowned, she wouldn’t give up. Sounds very much like Bunny, doesn’t it?

Russ: uh-huh.

Kiri: uh-huh but she wasn’t as......what’s the word? In a high sexual state as much.

Russ: hmm. But Bunny already had caught a fish.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: so she wasn’t out to set any records.

Kiri: oh no, she was just to have fun.

Russ: Jesus.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: so what does it look like, are they like jumping off these falls right?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: and they get in these like pools and you go in the pools and go try to grab them as they’re in the pools or something?

Kiri: nope, as they’re going up the waterfalls.

Russ: you stand in the waterfall?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: the water’s pouring down on your head, the fish are jumping up and you’re trying to catch the fish in the middle of a waterfall?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: okay.

Kiri: yep.

Russ: and Lyka of course couldn’t participate.

Kiri: no. The first time I tried I caught one and it was a medium-sized one, I think maybe 150 pounds and I had a hold of it and lost it. And then I tried another one and I couldn’t do it so Bunny suggested that I remove all my clothing.

Russ: naturally.

Kiri: so I did and it was actually easier to catch.

Russ: hmm, I imagine you lost some skin though.

Kiri: uh-huh well I had a T-shirt on and my bikini bottom and it was sort of like with the slime on the fish, it was very hard to catch a hold of once my T-shirt got slimy and got very soaked.

Russ: hmm, the trick is you can’t wash it off.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: interesting.

Kiri: whereas on the skin you can.

Russ: hmm, good point. Hey thanks for sending me the e-mail.

Kiri: oh you’re welcome, you’re welcome.

Russ: it was......sounds like a super port on your part there. Looks like the Ice Palace, did you stay there?

Kiri: yes I did.

Russ: oh, how was that?

Kiri: it was nice, it was nice. It was a long drive to get to the races and everything but it was worth it.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: well that’s good, what kind of balls did take place?

Kiri: well there was a formal ball on the first night that I arrived…

Russ: oh excellent.

Kiri: and that was a very formal one. I wore my green, formal dress, the one with the short skirt and the back….

Russ: the one that you wore to your….

Kiri: uh-huh, that one.

Russ: bonding party or bonding.

Kiri: no to the inaugural party.

Russ: oh the inaugural, that’s right.

Kiri: uh-huh. And then from that one I went to a party wearing the dress and kind of got the dress a little messed up so the dress is being sent into to be cleaned. The dance that I went to was primarily at a club that you would say is a gay bar?

Russ: okay.

Kiri: uh-huh, so all the guys were with the guys and all the girls were with the girls. Bunny and myself went to that one, she came down for that one. I won’t go into too much detail what happened after we left there but put it this way, we had quite an entourage.

Russ: I can well imagine.

Kiri: uh-huh. The final night after the races and the events and the light show and the fireworks, there was a formal dinner where the teams had to be present wearing their colors so we went in our ski suits and stuff and oh, I had undo my ski suit down to my naval…..

Russ: why?

Kiri: too much to eat.

Russ: ohhhhh.

Kiri: almost everybody was as well actually.

Russ: oh.

Kiri: uh-huh. There was one girl there that I recognized from last year, she is a medic with Team Centauri and she took her ski suit off almost completely.

Russ: hmm, she must have really eaten a lot.

Kiri: uh-huh, she had a nice body too but she had two guys all over her the whole entire night.......

Russ: ahh.

Kiri: and her headlights on high the whole entire time.

Russ: I miss all the good parties.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: that would’ve been a good party.

Kiri: yeah, Karra left early from that one.

Russ: ahh yeah I could imagine she would.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: probably having an early morning in the morning……

Kiri: yes, talking….

Russ: that she had to get ready for. Well that’s good. Hmm, well sounds like you had some good parties anyway.

Kiri: uh-huh, went and saw dad.

Russ: ahh how’s dad?

Kiri: very, very stressed.

Russ: and Gonzo?

Kiri: Gonzo is doing good.

Russ: excellent.

Kiri: she’s getting into the habit of being addressed by the servants and getting used to being a lady although she has this funny habit of as soon as she into the private quarters she will take off her dress and her shirt and wander around in her underwear or put on a pair of shorts and a T-shirt.

Russ: good old Gonzo.

Kiri: uh-huh. What else has she done? She’s redecorated really nicely.

Russ: ohh.

Kiri: looks very countryfied.

Russ: done anything with the area where the stone at the house is at or….

Kiri: no, no. She wants to leave that alone, she says that she wants Miranda to take care of that when Miranda’s older.

(Ed. note: Miranda is the daughter of Alana and myself who is the daughter of Karra and the reincarnation of Kiri and Karra's mother who was the bond mate of their father and is now Gonzo's bond mate.)
 

Russ: excellent, good call.

Kiri: uh-huh. Also what else happened? That’s about it apart from we had a bonding ceremony with Lyka and Leah......

Russ: ohh!

Kiri: private ceremony and I talked with Bunny. N ow this is going to be interesting and Karra will probably continue on from it and the reason why the child took so quickly is and we didn’t know it but Bunny explained that she was looking at some charts and some DNA material from other experiments and she noticed that there was not so much a chromosome pair missing but that the two parents regardless of who they are, it is an incomplete genetic series. It looks complete but if you analyze it very closely it's not which is the longevity and the abilities.

Russ: ahhh.

Kiri: so what she did was she ran some experiments and some models and computer models and she deduced that we couldn’t put or she couldn’t put in a male set of chromosomes so she introduced her own into it.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: now from Lyka we got the test results back, they took some samples and its complete genetic makeup, it’s not missing anything…..

Russ: excellent.

Kiri: except for the necessary chromosome to make a male.

Russ: well that's certainly different from the rest of Leah’s family.

Kiri: uh-huh and because it’s three people instead of the normal two, there’s a very strong probability that the child will be sane, Lyka has the genetic material that they need.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: so Bunny last I saw was with her father and they were discussing something about a new family line so who knows?

Russ: sounds exciting.

Kiri: uh-huh but I've promised 50,000 cases of wine that will be converted into whatever is necessary when the child is born.

Russ: excellent.

Kiri: so that will be a…

Russ: wedding present, childbearing present?

Kiri: childbearing present but also because they’re debating a new line, we’ll see.

Russ: hmm, well good job on your part.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: sounds like a very good gesture.

Kiri: I thought so and I’ve also given 20,000 to the happy couple.

Russ: ahh well….

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: I hope they don’t drink it all on their wedding night.

Kiri: well they can’t at the moment can they?

Russ: that’s true.

Kiri: uh-huh. Okay, now then, where were we? Is that all the gossip that you want?

Russ: pretty much, that covers quite a bit of it.

Kiri: what is it with the feline?

Russ: which one?

Kiri: and Mark’s body.

Russ: oh Pugsley? Pugsley’s just looking for a place to relax but I think it’s more like the energy or something.

Kiri: ahh.

Russ: that would be my best guess.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: well, so it feels good to be back, any space lag?

Kiri: a little, a little, I was up until quite late last night. The only thing that I miss really is my bed companion.

Russ: well I’m sure you had one or two at least while you were there.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: how could you not? It is Sirius.

Kiri: uh-huh, or six or eight.

(Russ chuckles.)

Kiri: but that was the party after we went to the bar.

Russ: right.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: well never a dull moment.

Kiri: yes, I did get hit on quite frequently at the Festival of Fish though.

Russ: well gee, new blood strain?

Kiri: uh-huh, none of them interested me actually apart from the small group that I was with. Bunny, Leah, Lyka and yeah that was it……oh one other girl, one other girl that was very buff.

Russ: ahh.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: hey, is Omal in tonight?

Kiri: yeah.

Russ: excellent.

Kiri: okay we better get a move along.

Russ: yeah, I was going to say I’ve got some stuff to go over.

Kiri: okay.

Russ: want me to move the gato?

Kiri: no.





(Omal comes on for his channeling time.)


Omal: greetings and felicitations Russ.

Russ: greetings Omal. Shall I do something about that?

Omal: I can take care of it.

Russ: all right.

Omal: nevermind, we will take care of it at an appropriate time.

Russ: fair enough. All right a few different things to go over….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: mostly about the webpage updates.

Omal: okay.

Russ: the first two things are on the same subject which is Bunny.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and in her dissertation that I’m working on now, she’s explaining what she did to help out Lyka and Leah.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: now Karra and myself have heavily edited it.

Omal: of course because of the sexual innuendos and references.

Russ: right but you can’t lose some of it unfortunately….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: so I’m wondering if you think it would be appropriate to put on the webpage?

Omal: you might want to put a warning before it.

Russ: hmm.

Omal: how strong is the content?

Russ: well it’s not very strong, the strongest it is is that she was dealing with a problem that had to do with pleasure and pain of a sexual nature, that’s the strongest it gets.

Omal: I think that would be okay, you might want to reword it. What are the exact words?

Russ: exact wording sits down as there was a……let’s see, how’d it go? Bunny is talking on…..oh I asked her about how her probing and her healing abilities work together and she says, "well they've worked well except for the problem that I had and the dilemma that I came into in which I helped fix a problem between two people that was caused by the pleasure and pain of a sexual nature. As a result, I got the emotions of one and it kept running around as a negative feedback loop."

Omal: okay I do not see that as a problem. It is a reference to a sexual dysfunction, I do not see that as being strong, sexual content.

Russ: no, we cut all that stuff out of there.

Omal: good, good, good.

Russ: but we had to put that in because that….

Omal: is relevant.

Russ: it was relevant, it would’ve taken away from the whole entire thing otherwise.

Omal: okay I do not see that as being too much of a problem.

Russ: okay. All right then the second part is coming up on Bunny again where she’s talking about her family and her elder sister.

Omal: oh yes, I was listening with interest to what Kiri was not saying.

Russ: right and we again of course heavily edited that out…

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and we’ve taken it to a point where just there was some problems being as she was a super operant or she could’ve been a super operant except that one of her gifts fed back upon itself and she wasn’t able to function and had some major problems because of that.

Omal: major psychological problems.

Russ: ahh thank you, good point.

Omal: that would be….

Russ: how but I use mental?

Omal: okay mental problems.

Russ: mental problems that’s right.

Omal: uh-huh. You might want to change it to suffering from a mental dysfunction?

Russ: okay.

Omal: or mental instability.

Russ: all right.

Omal: instability sounds better don’t you think?

Russ: uh-huh.

Omal: okay….

Russ: I wasn’t sure how you wanted to go into the personal problems with their family so wanted to ask you.

Omal: well I think it is a useful situation to aid in what not to do.

Russ: correct, all right. Moving on to other things.......oh yes, there is a gentleman who I was contacted by who claims to be Ashtar’s elder son on Earth….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: Kayiel? K.Y.A.I.E.L....

Omal: okay.

Russ: K.A.I.E.L., that's it, K.A.I.E.L. but I’m kind of wondering about why haven’t I heard of Ashtar’s eldest son before? He goes off and he says he read the part about Ashtar where Ashtar came in and he was telling us to work on our shields and stuff…..

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and he says, "that didn’t sound like my father but I’ll take your word for it that it is." He basically says his father doesn't talk like that. "Well it's definitely is your father" or I definitely said that’s Ashtar but it's really what he wants to believe.

Omal: yeah, exactly, let him believe what he wants to believe.

Russ: I agree.

Omal: it is sometimes best to let people believe what they wish to believe.

Russ: hmm, well he says he’s met Sananda and Ashtar-Athena up on the city ships and stuff.

Omal: uh-huh, it is possible that he astral travels to the city ships, it is also quite possible that he projects a lot of himself into the situations. I’m not saying that it is or it isn’t, what I’m saying is that the possibilities are there.

Russ: I see what you mean, it wouldn't be a pure astral travel.

Omal: no, it would be more of a dream state in an astral travel state.

Russ: right.

Omal: all possibilities being possible and equal.

Russ: hmm, okay. But he does do good work and…...

Omal: that is the main thing.

Russ: so I’ll work with him on that and make the changes in the webpage then.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: okay.

Omal: uh-huh, as it is the first night back for everybody and we have a full channeling session….

Russ: uh-huh.

Omal: we are having a relaxed night as you might of noticed.

Russ: I gathered that.

Omal: as there is a lot of gossip to go over, some useful for the page no doubt.

Russ: uh-huh oh absolutely, I mean it’s all good stuff that we can always use.

Omal: of course.

Russ: all right, anything you wish to inform me about?

Omal: not at this time as most things that I would be willing to discuss are still in front of Council at this time.

Russ: okay.

Omal: there are events about to transpire which
may be entertaining to say the least in the near future.

Russ: okay.

Omal: centering around July. It will be a time of change.

Russ: is this the 9-9?

Omal: that would be September.

Russ: oh September that’s right. July, what’s going on in July?

Omal: without giving too much away, there are certain energies that are starting to build at that time.

Russ: okay, I'll keep my eyes open.

Omal: uh-huh, be prepared for unusual occurrences.

Russ: okay. Oh that’s what it was, my partner at the cyber cafe or computer store told me that
according Nostradamus, the world will end in July of 1999.

Omal: according to Nostradamus that is correct but if you remember, when you look at the future…..

Russ: right.

Omal: all possibilities even 10 minutes from now are possible.

Russ: correct and the future is pretty strange stuff any.

Omal: correct, the future is always in motion. To predict with certainty is difficult, to predict with a certain amount of probability is easy, to predict with a certain amount of probable certainty is harder still. If you take Tia's analyzing capability, you will see that she takes a certain amount of probable possibilities.

Russ: uh-huh and computes them out to be the strongest possibilities that will happen.

Omal: that is correct. Something I was not aware of is that she does a lot of it in her brain.

Russ: hmm, that’s pretty amazing.

Omal: I thought so too which makes me wonder sometimes if this is not her first time as a sixth dimensional resident.

Russ: well you heard the story about Mark didn’t you?

Omal: yes, I read the reports this morning.

Russ: yes, they're wondering if he’s actually a sixth dimensional being on third dimension and doesn’t know it.

Omal: no.

Russ: it had slipped his mind or something.

Omal: from what I read on the report it was enough of a unusual incident that they sent me a report, was the fact that most of the students don’t perceive the possibility until after the class. Actually perceiving it whilst in class is unusual, not unheard of but unusual.

Russ: hmm, so that’s a known factor that you were already well-aware of.

Omal: most of the teachers and the actual staff are aware of it but it is something that they do not normally notice as students until after the class or a few days later when they’re running over it whilst they are in their study time. To actually pick up on it there and then on the spot shows a possible bright spark.

Russ: excellent. Now I haven’t been able to study the maths on that at all but I’m assuming that the actual practical uses of such a process is inherently dangerous.

Omal: yes.

Russ: which is why it’s not practiced but the math still exists for it.

Omal: correct because when you go back, you go through all the possible which are now definite outcomes and you have to select the right one.

Russ: which is a math of a much higher degree than any they can handle their own.

Omal: correct.

Russ: even the computers on Hades Base I'm sure would have trouble with that one.

Omal: correct, you have to be exactly accurate within a billionth.

Russ: yeah you couldn’t do it.

Omal: oh you can.

Russ: oh you can?.

Omal: but most of it would be guesswork and luck to get it accurate.

Russ: ahhh.

Omal: the mathematical computations for a sixth or even a third dimensional being is extremely high.

Russ: now what about the higher dimensions above that then?

Omal: for me it would be difficult.

Russ: hmm.

Omal: for above it would be hard, the higher you go the less difficult it becomes.

Russ: interesting, okay. Now a movie, popular entertainment that just came out called “The Matrix”, is a movie that’s questioning reality.

Omal: reality is what you perceive it to be but continue.

Russ: correct. In the movie it brings about a probability that machines…

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: became self-aware, man tried to turn them off by cutting off their sunlight in which they then went ahead and used man for their energy but then programmed man’s consciousness for this life right now that what we’re living is a dream and that we're able to escape that dream if we have the knowledge and understanding to do so. It’s not the first time this idea has been put forth but put forth in such a way that was quite well-entertaining was amazing.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: so the point that came about from the movie was the fact that everything we see around us is illusion.

Omal: ahh René Descartes and his rationalism.

Russ: correct, we can alter the illusion merely by not seeing the reality as being real. Still a large part of that is visualization.

Omal: yes.

Russ: okay……

Omal: what is real?

Russ: what is real is our perceptions of what we feel is real.

Omal: correct.

Russ: which is not the same thing but at the same time, how much of reality is then able to be brought into our perceptions?

Omal: as much as you desire or as little as you desire.

Russ: so it’s a basic…..actually then I guess the question I have is, you can't have really though a hands-off life experience, there's no such thing?

Omal: yes and no.

Russ: okay, let’s dwell on that for a second.

Omal: it depends on the perception of the individual. For some, to see things as they are is very easy but they see what they wish to see as they are. For some it is very hard to see things as they are so they do not wish to see things as they are.

Russ: hmm, okay. So basically it’s you create the illusion of the reality.

Omal: that you wish to perceive. With the information that is input of the real reality you take what you wish and you see what you wish or see what you don’t wish. Let me rephrase the last little bit.

Russ: yeah, good call.

Omal: okay you see what you desire to see but sometimes you filter out what you desire not to see, that is better wording.

Russ: so you put the rose glasses on.

Omal: correct.

Russ: I see.

Omal: in other words by perceiving things as you desire, you take the reality that you desire to see and filter out what you desire not to see.

Russ: all right well let’s take Kosovo……

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: for example. Now many people see the horror, the struggles, the injustice to mankind taking place for hundreds of thousands of people….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: other people see it as a learning experience for those peoples that they need to go through at this present time.

Omal: and some see it as an injustice that needs to be rectified and not realizing that by attempting to rectify it they’re making the situation worse. Others perceive that so hence the debates and discussions that are ongoing.

Russ: I see. Now, how much of that……okay so are we still dealing with the mass, critical mass number of people needed to make a dramatic change worldwide?

Omal: yes.

Russ: are we talking? We are. Alright so it’s still takes a lot of people doing something at the same time?

Omal: correct.

Russ: okay. Hmmm, a lot of people have been working on that.

Omal: uh-huh, but nobody is pulling it all together at same time.

Russ: right. There's a group in New Guinea who brought together thousands of people at one time to meditate for peace this last weekend….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: I think it was 2,000 and 6,000 the next day and then I think it was 3,000 the day after that more or less.......

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and they all prayed for peace. How much is needed for let’s say critical mass or does it depend on the people?

Omal: it depends on the people but the ideal number is extremely high.

Russ: not the 144,000?

Omal: correct.

Russ: ahh. (whistles)

Omal: so you see the problem?

Russ: a major problem.

Omal: uh-huh. And to orchestrate them thinking the exact same thing and the exact same time is extremely hard, even one out of place will affect the whole entire calculation.

Russ: now what if you have 200,000 and let’s say you get 150,000 who actually do it?

Omal: it has to be the 144,000. Too much is over the critical mass, too little is under, it has to be exactly. If you had 144,001, too many.

Russ: now I know I’m asking a question that all the people reading the webpage are going to be asking and that is why? Why is it that number and why the heck can’t it be more than that?

Omal: okay I will address the last first.

Russ: okay.

Omal: the reason that it can’t be more is because the critical mass has to be of equal proportion, it has to be exactly the correct number. You cannot take a 2 ½ inch vehicle into a 2 ¼ inch gap, or a vehicle that is 2 inches into a inch and 31/32, it just doesn’t fit.

Russ: okay.

Omal: and if it has to be a precise fit, then if it’s too many, again it won’t fit. If it’s too little it will fit in too sloppily, it has to be precise and accurate.

Russ: all right.

Omal: okay the previous part of the question….

Russ: the important part.

Omal: the important part which was?

Russ: why does it have to be a 144,000?

Omal: because it is the critical number that is necessary. Again, too many is too much, it will not fit, too little and it is not energetic enough.

Russ: now does this have anything to do with the Chronicles, the Sirian Chronicles?

Omal: nothing to do with the Sirian Chronicles whatsoever except for the number happens to be the same throughout.

Russ: oh. All right so we know that’s the number that needs to be done, how did they figure it out?

Omal: how do they?

Russ: how does anybody figure it out, has it been done before?

Omal: yes it has been done before obviously.

Russ: oh, I guess so.

Omal: on Sirius it’s been done before.

Russ: oh. but how do they know that that it will work here? It's just that's been the law.

Omal: it’s just the laws of physics.

Russ: oh, hmm okay.

Omal: there are certain ways around it but they are extremely complicated and involve higher dimensional and lower dimensional.

Russ: all right, do we have any kind of idea how much time is necessary?

Omal: I cannot discuss that.

Russ: okay. Hmm, so whoever’s organizing just better hope for the best.

Omal: correct. Okay your recording device is almost ready to turn over, is that correct?

Russ: yep, just about.

Omal: okay, then we will take care of the……..thank you and we will roll, gently.

Russ: that was enlightening.

Omal: I think so.

Russ: I look forward to July.

Omal: live long, prosper, I’ll be back.





(Kiri says something in Sirian as she gets us to the end of the side.)


Kiri: okay Russ, we'll put on the….

Russ: okay, we’re just about ready to switch this over, should I just fast-forward it?

Kiri: no.


SIDE ONE ENDS




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SIDE TWO


(Karra takes over the channeling from her sister.)


Russ: hi sweetheart.

Karra: hey, how’s it going?

Russ: good darling, nice to see you back.

Karra: thank you, it’s nice to be back. It’s nice to be away from all that skull of sweat.

Russ: yes I can well imagine.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: but I’m sure your dad was happy to have you there……..hey wait....(Talking to the cats in the room.).....going to kill somebody, get down.

Karra: patience, patience.

Russ: of course.

Karra: okay, where do we start?

Russ: well let’s see, a number of places actually.

Karra: okay.

Russ: with what I was talking to Kiri about…..

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and Bunny’s oldest sister…..

Karra: oohhh yes.

Russ: and how that can be avoided on this dimension.

Karra: it can’t, if it’s going to happen it’s going to happen. The way to avoid it is to monitor very carefully, I know why you’re asking.

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: okay, you have to lay down exactly where the person stands.

Russ: hmm.

Karra: you have to, especially in the situation you’re thinking of, itemize what you want done because you have to control them which I know you don’t want to do.

Russ: right.

Karra: but, if you don’t, then you're going to have a serious problem.

Russ: yeah I can imagine.

Karra: uh-huh. What you have to do is get their mind occupied. For example, let us say you draw up a list of things that you want to do such as….

Russ: various abilities.

Karra: okay, you set a timeline for each one...

Russ: okay.

Karra: and a strict, very strict line that you have to follow in a chronological order.

Russ: okay.

Karra: you have to map out the whole, entire teaching program exactly because if you don’t, they will sit and procrastinate.

Russ: oh, wow, and this is coming from lots of years of experience…..

Karra: oh yes.

Russ: from Sirius…

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and Ashtar Command.

Karra: yes. What you can do is, because you do have the opportunity here, what you can do is list every aspect in detail. I was reading today, you remember when I said that I would be back later and I didn't come back for a long time?

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: I was reading reports today actually.

Russ: oh excellent.

Karra: yeah, my report day, day to get everything caught up on which I haven't unfortunately, it’s more than I anticipated and I've been dwelling on some of it. Hmm.....

Russ: trip to Sirius, how was it?

Karra: busy, busy.

Russ: what did your dad and yourself do?

Karra: we spent a lot of time in Senate meetings…..

Russ: hmm.

Karra: I had to attend a ambassador's seminar which was a two-day affair, I had to attend a formal inauguration of a finance minister I think you would say for Alpha Centauri, I had to attend a inauguration for a new senator, I attended an alumni’s banquet so I’ve had a pretty busy two weeks.

Russ: ahh, lucky you don’t actually live on Sirius, imagine what you’d have to go through there?

Karra: I was also a guest speaker as well for a……

Russ: were you?

Karra: uh-huh, for a formal dinner.

Russ: excellent, excellent, how'd that go? A little nervous?

Karra: a lot of people asking a lot of questions, lot of them very well-thought-out and articulated.

Russ: hmm, so did you do okay?

Karra: not as well as I would like, I don’t like addressing 600 individuals and all of them asking questions and trying to probe me and get information from me, my hands were shaking severely. I could’ve done with a cold shower.

Russ: oh my God.

Karra: I mean I was so hot and clammy, my mind was full and there’s all these thoughts coming at me and they’re trying to bombard me with thoughts and everything and I did not enjoy it.

Russ: how were your shields holding up?

Karra: towards the end very shaky.

Russ: oh well, sounds like an exciting time anyway.

Karra: (sighs) it was work, a lot of work.

Russ: did you get to see some of the races at all?

Karra: yes I did actually, I watched them from the president’s booth, not THE president but the president of the race committee overall of all the tri-bases. They elected a overall president and it’s his job to see and facilitate everything and make sure everything is working according to plans, "children behave yourselves." Our children enjoyed themselves.

Russ: I was going to ask that also, how's the twins and Klarra like it?

Karra: oh they loved it, they were sledding like crazy on the sledding hills and snowball fights and they finally got their revenge on Klarra.

Russ: oh what happened?

Karra: they buried her.

(Russ laughs.)

Russ: I’m sure she loved that.

Karra: well it was kind of her fault. She wanted a nice little pit dug for herself so she could sit in a sun trap.

Russ: oh.

Karra: so they excavated one for her and then they filled it in while she was in there.

Russ: oh that’s good.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: excellent, so they enjoyed Sirius then?

Karra: oh yes, they enjoyed it tremendously.

Russ: and the twins got to appreciate the family home and all?

Karra: uh-huh, they had an absolutely wonderful time.

Russ: oh good, so they got to meet Gonzo…..

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: ahh.

Karra: and they got to meet their nephews or their cousins rather and they had an absolutely wonderful time. They're rolling around in the back garden, hiking up the hills into the snow and just having an absolute wonderful time.

Russ: oh neat.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: excellent.

Karra: yeah, left them there for a couple of days and they just loved it.

Russ: oh, while you were up in the ambassador’s houses?

Karra: yes unfortunately.

Russ: yeah.

Karra: I wish I had as much fun as they did.

Russ: so your dad wasn’t there so Gonzo took care of them?

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: oh, excellent.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: hmm, kind of like being on vacation then.

Karra: yes, yes and Gonzo went to the races, saw her sister…..

Russ: excellent, excellent.

Karra: uh-huh. Okay, what else? Whilst I was at one of the seminars, I took a class on manipulation of words.

Russ: oh excellent.

Karra: uh-huh, I thought it was time that I learned how to use double meanings, double entendres and manipulations to lead people down an avenue that I wish.

Russ: comes with the territory.

Karra: oh yes it does. Actually it was very interesting. I’m reading an instructional lesson and I’m practicing it and I’m reading it and I’ve read it like three times before it suddenly dawned on me, guess who wrote the little lesson?

Russ: your dad? Who?

Karra: I’m sorry, she’s sitting next to me.

Russ: oh, Kiri.

Karra: drinking tea. Uh-huh, she wrote it.

Russ: I’ll be danged.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: well maybe you’ll pass some of that off on me in the lessons that you get every once in a while and I’ll…..

Karra: actually it’s quite easy, it’s quite easy. You map out certain key phrases and when the conversation starts to steer away from the key phrases, from the road that you want, mention the key phrases or weave in the key phrases into the conversation.

Russ: hmm.

Karra: so even though it’s not a straight, linear conversation and it goes from side to side and so on, it heads to the goal and objective that you want. One is, my feelings, “my feelings on this situation are……” and you go on. For example let’s say we have a situation, you’re having a problem with your boss and you're discussing computers and upgrading to NT on the back computers that handle the business.

Russ: okay.

Karra: okay, now he is saying to stick with the current version, what's it 4.0 NT?

Russ: yeah.

Karra: okay, and you want to as soon as NT 2000 comes out, you want introduce that. Okay the conversation goes something like this, ‘well, from what I’ve read on NT 2000, it has the ability to interface in a manner that would be beneficial and not rewrite the programs in such a way that it would be a matter of learning a new system.” His answer would be, “yes but the old system is a stable, tried and used format and it is a system that is well-used and that we are all comfortable with.” You would answer, “that is true but by stagnating…..” key phrase…….”stagnating, then we do not become competitive with our competitors and we do not stay on the cutting edge.” End of key phrase. You see?

Russ: yeah.

Karra: that by making it a challenge and heading towards the objective, you are manipulating the conversation in a way........

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: so you see?

Russ: I see.

Karra: you take the person, you take the information that you have on the person, what kind of person they are and you lay the challenge.

Russ: interesting.

Karra: uh-huh. Stop biting your nails, you’re not Sananda.

Russ: sorry. Why would Sananda bite his nails?

Karra: it’s a joke.

Russ: oh.

Karra: what kind of nails did Sananda have?

Russ: oh, ha ha ha. Yes okay. Anyway…..that's a bad joke too.

Karra: hey I thought it was funny, it was better projected in the mind though.

Russ: yes, I can tell. Now being as we are such a short time on this planet….

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: our need to get our life under progression and going in a very positive, forward motion….

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: then our use of words is a big step in going that way because as we learn more to communicate and elucidate better….

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: then we're able to enjoy the conversations we do have instead of taking them as just rote.

Karra: correct, correct. I mean if you lack stimulation in a conversation or the conversation is repetitive and self-centered and lacks for stimulation, then the conversation serves no purpose and you end up going, “uh-huh” and not listening.

Russ: hmmm.

Karra: okay now, we got one last speaker…..

Russ: okay.

Karra: okay? And I’ll be back.

Russ: thank you dear.

Karra: love you.

Russ: love you too.






(Treebeard gives us a rare glimpse into his family and its future.)


Treebeard: hmmm.

Russ: Treebeard.

Treebeard: yes, name of myself being for you.

Russ: greetings and felicitations.

Treebeard: being not of Omal, just greetings.

Russ: well greetings.

Treebeard: what may I of be doing of service for you?

Russ: ahh….

Treebeard: you have thoughts that you have many of......

Russ: uh-huh, absolutely.

Treebeard: directed at me.

Russ: uh-huh indeed.

Treebeard: indubitably.

Russ: going over a dissertation that you made….

Treebeard: uh-huh.

Russ: in which you were explaining being able to probe people’s minds….

Treebeard: uh-huh.

Russ: and the fact that you’re seeing them in many different forms. One form is a waveform…..

Treebeard: that is correct.

Russ: and with that waveform comes colors.

Treebeard: correct.

Russ: okay. Now the one thing that I wanted to find out is, most the time when we deal of colors, there’s also oftentimes an accompanying sound.

Treebeard: that is correct.

Russ: I wanted to kind of find out a little bit about the sound and how it relates.

Treebeard: okay the sound is not a perceptible sound, it is more of a feeling of a sound.

Russ: okay.

Treebeard: the way to describe it is in corresponding with certain colors, a deep color is a deep sound, a light color is a light sound so the sounds being of compatible nature in the wave. The wave, the color, the sound are all of similar nature, nature being of deep sound, deep color, deep wave. Color of being light, light sound, light wave. Very simple, very basic.

Russ: hmm, okay. Now I’d like to reverse that and in projecting conversation and thoughts, the ability to use those in a reversed fashion to influence a conversation or the emotions thereby and making those changes in the atmosphere…..

Treebeard: hmm…

Russ: is that a viable idea?

Treebeard: it is being of a certain extent yes.

Russ: hmm okay. So to do so, because we were just talking with Karra about the key phrases….

Treebeard: uh-huh.

Russ: and in a conversation and I would think that then along with those key phrases, a projection of a wave along with a color and sound of it would make an additional………..something upon me.

Treebeard: impact is phrase you looking for.

Russ: ahh impact, thank you.

Treebeard: yes. Not being of communicator as know well, it being of hard for me to say no or yea.

Russ: hmm.

Treebeard: it being of nature that probable possibility, it being of something necessary to not be favorite phrase for you, hasty, would being having to dwell.

Russ: hmm true.

Treebeard: to answer in manner of hurried thought would be of being problem.

Russ: no please, don’t hurry your thought on it, it is just something I'm…..

Treebeard: I feel strong to say I will not hurry, it is necessary to be of focused and dwelling on this. I will make note for being of later to dwell.

Russ: okay, is there any other information we should work on before you do so that might assist?

Treebeard: I save for later being of dwelling time.

Russ: ahh okay, fair enough. All right, now your great, great, great, grandniece….

Treebeard: being of rest.

Russ: of many generations back, picks thoughts out of the air as she says.

Treebeard: uh-huh.

Russ: now I'm assuming that what she’s actually talking about is thoughts that are on the outer consciousness….

Treebeard: correct.

Russ: of a person, not just in the middle of the air.

Treebeard: correct.

Russ: things that are kind of just hanging out there ready to be said or thought but haven’t become materialized yet.

Treebeard: has she not many of times the few talking of you finished sentences for you and starting of sentences for you?

Russ: absolutely.

Treebeard: have I not being also of same?

Russ: that’s true.

Treebeard: that is part of picking up on thoughts that are being of about to said.

Russ: ahh okay. And we do that subconsciously do we not?

Treebeard: that being of correct to certain extent. It being more of reading body language of person, talking to of group and knowing what is more than likely being probable to say. In a subconscious level yes you are being of doing that.

Russ: hmm, okay.

Treebeard: yes being also of answer.

Russ: all right. Okay so to verbalize it, the more that one thinks on these matters and is more open and susceptible, the more this would be a truism.

Treebeard: I referring you of answer I gave some moments ago.

Russ: correct okay. Thank you for the object lesson too by the way.

Treebeard: you are being of welcome.

Russ: okay, on a general note, how is everything going at the garden?

Treebeard: garden being of well, I bring with me to bamboo grove my pet Lipitus…….

(His pet rabbit.)

Russ: ahhh.

Treebeard: and pet Lipitus such as feline apart from Lipitus not lick or gnaw on fingers. Lipitus actual in crook here.

Russ: oh okay, excellent and.......

Treebeard: besides being thinking of if Lipitus to gnaw, would nibble thumb off as opposed to just teething on.

Russ: yes, he’s got some big teeth I’m sure.

Treebeard: for domesticating of vegetable matter.

Russ: correct. Excellent, I’m glad that he's having a good time too.

Treebeard: yes being of yes. Fortunate being of fact that pointed, little children are being of state of sleep at time.

(Tia and Mark's triplet Cubs.)

Russ: ahh, no showing off of pride and joys.

Treebeard: and hunting abilities.

Russ: and hunting abilities yes of course. Well excellent.

Treebeard: you not be commenting on fact that I not go to family get-together? You understand why.

Russ: yeah actually, Karra and Kiri were both rather......gave me a good idea on that. I don’t blame you in the least bit.

Treebeard: no.

Russ: but you are of the side of the family that would be considered the well-off side though.

Treebeard: if not being younger brother I would being of head.

Russ: oh okay. So you have someone who’s actually…..

Treebeard: no.

Russ: oh.

Treebeard: older brother being gone of 20 of your years?

Russ: oh, so why would that not make you the head?

Treebeard: because of his being of son.

Russ: oh, his son's now the head.

Treebeard: that is way works.

Russ: oh I see. Hmm, have you met him, the son of your older brother?

Treebeard: yes.

Russ: get along okay?

Treebeard: yes.

Russ: oh that’s good.

Treebeard: being very deep of thinking and reclusive.

Russ: oh, okay.

Treebeard: phrase being of talk little, think much.

Russ: hmm. Now one of the things that was brought up if I could bring up a personal matter on your family is the fact that according to Bunny, they did some experimentation because they had the genetic markers for being super operants.

Treebeard: hmm?

Russ: and they felt that mixing the genes within the family would distill to a point that would bring it out.

Treebeard: that being of correct.

Russ: now being this happened many, many generations after you were born, then you weren't part of that experiment I assume?

Treebeard: no, my daughter, my son being of group that sat down and realized what we had being of potential with other parts of family and that start of dysfunction.

Russ: oh, so they recognized the problems that were inherently probable.

Treebeard: no.

Russ: oh.

Treebeard: I brought up in family meeting, they say probable chances one in million? I differ knowing myself, knowing my children, knowing my brother, knowing his children, knowing my sister, knowing her children, I at that point being of basic exile.

Russ: oh.

Treebeard: I walk out.

Russ: well, to make a point here, you were already into plants quite a bit by then weren’t you?

Treebeard: being of 60 years of time yes.

Russ: then any gardener worth his salt knows about gene splicing or…..

Treebeard: when being of student I do much of splicing of plant matter being of grafting, see what possible. I know, they not listen. I show weakness by not staying and being voice of reason.

Russ: hmm, it’s a shame though that they did not see the wisdom of what you were telling them because I’m certain it would’ve made much better affect had they listened.

Treebeard: yes, it being something I should have been more vocal on. I have purest of possibilities. Reason for me leaving and exiling is fact of being latent in only one of?

Russ: oh.

Treebeard: so I would’ve being of prime candidate to use.

Russ: uh-huh.

Treebeard: having read essay on whole family of my group being only problem being of in mind, I may partake in final experiment with cleanest of family.

Russ: hmm.

Treebeard: cleanest of family not Leah.

Russ: right.

Treebeard: one with sexual dysfunction, favorite of most of great, great, great, great, great, great, great, granddaughter.

Russ: oh excellent, well let’s hope that works.

Treebeard: being of young and being of great age, hope time being of right. Being of old-fashioned, not leave on hold.

Russ: hmm. Well we of course of third dimensional abilities take it as a more natural stance in the matter and understand genetics play a major part. One thing I keep having questions though is Ashtar Command and Sirius and all with the medical standards they have are able to manipulate the genes if there’s a problem spotted early enough in the pregnancy or when the child is still a small infant to make the changes necessary to correct the gene problems that would be coming up.

Treebeard: that is being of correct yes but when so many problems, then it would be lifelong for fixing.

Russ: I see, so it’s been a cumulative effect.

Treebeard: that being of correct. More and more of family both parts being more and more unstable. Why I being of agreeing of new branch is being for reason of possible saving of family.

Russ: uh-huh.

Treebeard: picking up from Madam Ambassador, family of great power dwindled to two individuals?

Russ: uh-huh.

Treebeard: and then reborn.

Russ: right.

Treebeard: I being of seeing that in own but not being dwindling but being necessary for reestablishing sanity and genetic probabilities.

Russ: uh-huh.

Treebeard: but being of genetic sameness and regenerative…..not being of right word……..regressive genes being of problem, then most pure being possible to save.

Russ: I see. Hmm, now wouldn’t the introduction of other gene pools from throughout Sirius and other sister planets make for a healthy gene pool at that point?

Treebeard: being of starting new gene pool ideal yes. I am being working on house rules?

Russ: ahh, good call.

Treebeard: so for new house when I be of passing it being of ready.

Russ: so in other words you’re almost like a father.

Treebeard: no.

Russ: ahhh.

Treebeard: I just being of author.

Russ: well good start though. I look forward to seeing and watching the progression of this even though it won’t take place in my lifetime, at least I'll see the start of it as will you.

Treebeard: yes I am being of hoping.

Russ: uh-huh.

Treebeard: way of seeing is introduction of small, new branch necessary to isolate from old.

Russ: hmmm.

Treebeard: purest being of Huna? (Bunny)

Russ: uh-huh.

Treebeard: nearest purest is Leah and introduction of new genetic material being of Lyka then being of family give opportunity for fresh start. If being of pure as well, then hopefully not make mistake. Bring in equivalent material from other sources but manipulating in way of perfect genetic, then being of problem on lacking caring, emotion and understanding then being back to where we are present.

Russ: now right. Hmm, for some reason though my heart says you’re on the right track.

Treebeard: I hope not being of as brother and sister.

Russ: hmm, good call.

Treebeard: but having seen what they have wrought then I not being not of making mistake of same.

Russ: well the problem is now, 700 years later, they find out you were right.

Treebeard: but not being present.

Russ: but not being present right. Unfortunate and one of those times when you hate being right.

Treebeard: I wish never having being of right......

Russ: I know.

Treebeard: I wish have being of wrong.

Russ: yeah, unfortunate but we ourselves here on our planet have discovered many of the same traits. My own family is very much a problem of that, they're the same.

Treebeard: yes, being too much of making wrong choices.

Russ: correct, correct but I suppose it’s all something that everybody has to learn.

Treebeard: yes but wishing that lesson not having to be lesson.

Russ: uh-huh. Now why does it work so well in the plant world though?

Treebeard: being because if you see problem, dysfunction, it is easy to say not take genetic material from there.

Russ: hmm.

Treebeard: being of such short time, it is being of easy to weed out but not always so.

Russ: as we say the best of the best.

Treebeard: being correct.

Russ: hmm, so when you’re working with roses let’s say which are very big for that kind of thing down here.....

Treebeard: uh-huh.

Russ: then you can see pretty much within a year or so what’s taking place as far as your splice goes.

Treebeard: being correct.

Russ: hmm interesting. Now we're using a lot in the way of genetics to grow our tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables to be more resilient to pests, pesticides….

Treebeard: ahh, being of great concern. Being not knowing of final outcome and what pests are beneficial that appear not being of beneficial then being of great concern is necessary.

Russ: hmm.

Treebeard: I be seeing of where you are going.

Russ: uh-huh.

Treebeard: it is great if watched closely and analyzed closely but long-term not understood. You are recalling of species and genus nightshade?

Russ: oh that’s right.

Treebeard: tomato being also of same species so possible outcome being of condensing of genus back to deadly form so having to be of great care.

Russ: wow.

Treebeard: but deadly form being a cumulative in system without notice of being so.

Russ: hmm, so it would have a long-term effect?

Treebeard: being of possibility, toxins building within system.

Russ: wow.

Treebeard: but also possible of great boon if being of correct choices, but many choices.

Russ: hmm. So nightshade is a member of the tomato family?

Treebeard: being of opposite way.

Russ: oh, tomatoes being member of nightshade family.

Treebeard: being of correct.

Russ: I remember. So in what I’m wondering about, are we losing anything in the mineral and vitamin content doing this?

Treebeard: being of all things possible.

Russ: hmm I see. So we can look at it but we’re not sure because the difference I think comes from maybe instinctual natural versus genetically grown.

Treebeard: being of correct but also genetically enhanced just natural process but many time faster.

Russ: hmm.

Treebeard: would happen of end anyway but just sped up.

Russ: right.

Treebeard: now necessary for me to answer last question.

Russ: okay. When we're working with our future and our genes in the way they’re working with our tomatoes, again to avoid the problems that we see in your family and the problems we've seen with some of our fruits, what's the biggest concern we should looking for?

Treebeard: being of mind. Physical being of fixed or even helping but mind, you wish for intelligence? You wish for abilities to grow? Then necessary to take same. Plan for family in essence being of good, condense to point of purity where most mind being of great potential but lacking in intelligence for getting thereof, not understanding that when ability becomes so strong, mind needs stimulation or feedback in so not having ability to stimulate, feedback in.

Russ: hmm thank you.

Treebeard: being of great use, now necessary for me to being of dwelling .

Russ: okay, I appreciate it, farewell.





(Kiri comes back on but a lack of tape left cuts her short.)


Russ: hey Kiri.

Kiri: yo.

Russ: a strange thing I’ve always wondered about is with your family….

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: and all the potential from the family tree of the highland….

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: why you guys didn't go down the same path as they did?

Kiri: for the simple reason if you look at members of the family, we’ve been ruled by one thing.

Russ: what?

Kiri: how horny we get.

Russ: well that would be certainly a point in the argument then.

Kiri: uh-huh. We have always been a family that has enjoyed sexual activity.

Russ: right.

Kiri: but we’ve also always……



THE TAPE ENDS


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