Mayan Studies and More Meta-concert Practice-

Channeled (08/10/1993)

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Archivist Notes: We get two channeling sessions for one in the month of February as sound issues forced us to have an entirely different session on side two but what a side it is. It has made this a very special month for those studying meta-concert theory and practice. Before that though is side one where I am joined by a long-time friend of ours and the girls on the base named Carrie. Coincidentally, it was a linked up meta-concert on the base with us down here that helped heal Carrie from a cancer she would later have diagnosed. The meta-concert on side two is a scaled down version of that successful meta-concert to come. To start off this memorable night would be Kiri who was filling in for Tia as ring mistress and was also the first speaker. She and I had a bit of fun with each other more than usual with the addition of Carrie joining me. We focused on coercion questions as she sketched out the steps that would be needed to become as good as her and it begins with ants. Or at least that is what she first began to coerce at five years of age before getting to humans at fifteen. It was a daunting but challenging course of study we would initiate. Kiri then makes way for a very pregnant Tia who explains to Carrie about a risky procedure that was done done to have one of her triplet daughters transferred to a friend on the base named Luna. With a successful operation, both women would bring the three girls to term and they would be born on the same day. After that they would be known as the Cubs. What complaints she did have was that her time she was allowed to levitate each day had been cut in half and the distance she was allowed to astral travel had to be kept within the boundaries of the base. From there she left to rejoin Mark as Omal came on now to get us to the end of the side. Things got deep at this point and we left the shallow end to wade into the explosion of a rocket carrying a spy satellite and Mayan mysteries left in their cities. We debate Star Trek and whether Scotty was good at his job to start and then switch to a recent rocket out of Vandenberg that exploded while carrying what was probably a spy satellite. It was  just an accident but we do learn from him what kind of a statement it would have made if the Command was involved. I get shocked when Carrie and Omal reveal that the crew of the space shuttle Challenger did not die in the explosion but drowned after hitting the water. Omal confirms there may have been enough time to launch a rescue effort. We move on from there to some new Mayan cities that had recently been found. Omal was hoping that some intact codices had been found but we had no news about that yet. Though I was worried such a discovery may lead us to knowledge we weren't meant for yet, he assures me all is happening as it should.

We switch to a different session in which the main focus was a meta-concert practice with Skip and myself down on Earth being sent energy from the base through Mark to power the meta-concert. As the executive, Skip and I had to channel the energy sent through a crystal wand at a candle flame to get it to move as we directed. Kiri starts things off but has to switch with Korton after the first practice as the strain of participating in the meta-concert and speaking was too draining. In between practice sessions we have question and answer periods where the topic turns to patience and impatience. With Korton in charge, Skip and I exchange roles as executive and conductor at his suggestion and find we get much better results moving the energy through the new setup. Finished with practice, we return to the topic of patience as he explains how he is reading my mind in helping me with mine. There's something humbling about having a mind open for inspection yet in full trust of those providing this crucial teaching. Teaching such as how to stay young for as long as possible by living in the past, present and future as you get older and not just the past. He ends with pointing out how the future is always changing with every little variation. Kiri comes back on as ring mistress and we quickly discuss the meta-concert details such as a point where Mark's astral travel crystal got wiped of its programming by accident during one of the practices. We also go over a cleaning scheduled for the room we were in we called the magic room. Why Kiri was concerned about Mark being hurt when the pyramid was to be broken down was due to how tightly he was tied into its energy. Omal again comes on to finish out the night as he did on the first side with suggestions from an expert on how to help someone wanting to know about aliens but too young to not tell everyone about. His advice is such that it would off decades later when that same young man would end up doing the cover illustration of a book I wrote with the help of Karra and Omal. The "2150" that is mentioned is a book written by Thea Alexander that describes a place very similar to Sirius and a higher dimensional civilization. It's mentioned frequently in the archives. He explains how the young man's creativity is a form manifestation coming out as a latent mental skill just beginning to grow. We end the channeling session with a plan set for the topics to be discussed at our next session that would cover Jewish mysticism, Egyptian science, and religion plus the gypsies. That session did turn out to be very informative.  
In love, light, and wisdom as one,
Russ and Karra

KIRI- Ring Mistress


1.)(0:00)- Kiri postulates on how long it would take me in the third dimension to become as good as her in coercion. That conversation leads into one of how Kiri started out learning the skill working with animals.
2.)(10:27)- Tia discuses her pregnancy and how the triplets she was having had to have one removed and given to Luna to bring to term as it was killing Tia. She also was restricted to levitating for shorter times.
3.)(19:51)- Omal examines the theories behind the explosion in flight of a rocket carrying a spay satellite out of Vandenberg before helping us understand what happened to the Mayan and the Aztec civilizations.


1.)(0:00)- Kiri/Korton hold a hands-on training of a meta-concert with Kiri starting things off before Korton takes over. With energy channeled from the base to Mark to one of us, we affected a candle flame.
2.)(17:49)- Kiri and I compare our recent mistakes in the knowledge that admitting them helps learn from them. Topic two is the planned cleaning of what Mark and I called the room we were in the magic room.
3.)(21:13)- Omal hears about my efforts to help someone with a thirst for knowledge and a creative talent that helped him later in life do the cover art of my book. We also plan out the topics for the next session.

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(Kiri takes over as ring mistress for the channeling session)

Kiri: uh-huh. Hello.

Kiri: hi.

Russ: you remember Carrie, don't you?

Kiri: yeah, I think so.

Russ: Carrie, Kiri, Kiri, Carrie.

Kiri: didn't we do this once before?

Russ: we did this once before, yes. How are you my dear?

Kiri: oh, fine.

Russ: so which part are you going to chew him out about, the highly intelligent part?

Kiri: uh-huh. And as for you.....

(Russ burst out in laughter)

Russ: we were hoping you weren't in the room just yet.

Kiri: I got here early.

Russ: a first.

Kiri: well, I am ring mistress.

Russ: ohhhh, congratulations and.....

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: sorry about that.

Kiri: you will be. I'll hang you by your feet.

Russ: I look forward to it.

Kiri: yes, I'll take you down to the medical lab and we'll put you on the thing to relieve pressure on the back. Hang you by your feet.

Russ: oh, traction.

Kiri: uh-huh. Russ has got a big mouth sometimes.

Russ: I do.

Carrie: I know.

(Carrie starts to laugh)

Russ: all right, coercion question.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: how do you coerce someone with no brain?

(Carrie starts laughing again)

Kiri: you mean to say you have a paramecium?

Russ: kind of like a fungus or something. Starts to grow uncontrollably and you can't get rid of it.

Kiri: okay.....

Russ: coercion doesn't seem to work.

Kiri: sounds like you have a new........who is it, anybody I know?

Russ: you haven't met him but his name's Chris.

Kiri: no, never heard of him. Sounds like I don't want to meet him either. Not my type.

Carrie: I just met him tonight so......

Kiri: okay, tell me.

Carrie: you're not exactly missing anything.

Russ: no, no big thrill there. All right, so no answer for that one?

Kiri: I'm thinking.

Russ: you're trying to get your eye open.

Kiri: I'm thinking as well. Ah-ha. Okay, how you deal with somebody that has very limited intelligence?

Russ: right.

Kiri: obviously, he does have a brain, otherwise he would not function.

Russ: he can formulate the English language in a reasonable semblance of intelligence, yes.

Kiri: okay, let me see. You tried locking eye contact.

Russ: tried that. Tried the single thought.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: tried a tight, tight beam......

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: it didn't work.

Carrie: I think you know how you got him to leave the room was by waving your hands in bye.

Russ: yeah, you saw that, huh?

Carrie: yeah, I saw that.

Russ: I was trying to be very discreet.

Kiri: what sort of coercion did you use?

Russ: friendly.

Kiri: wrong.

Russ: I'm not going to use unfriendly, he's supposed to be a friend.

Kiri: hmm, then you do have a little bit of a problem.

Russ: yes.

Kiri: I would have used aggressive.

Russ: I know you would've but I'm trying not to alienate the guy too badly. Send him out of there screaming.

Kiri: hmmm. How about negative?

Russ: it's the same thing as aggressive.

Kiri: not quite.

Russ: yeah, but the same effect.

Kiri: yeah, in the long run.

Russ: in the long run. I don't want that.

Kiri: hmm, let me see. What sort of strength are you using?

Russ: what sort of what?

Kiri: strength of energy.

Russ: oh, strength? Full energy.

Kiri: hmm, and how long were you trying for?

Russ: about two minutes.

Kiri: ah, you needed to go full strength for a longer period of time.

Russ: he wouldn't lock eyes long enough. That was one minute and one minute. That was the best I could get out of him.

Kiri: perhaps you ought to work more with coercion to get your strength up instead of being a wimp.

(Kiri giggles)

Russ: so coerce myself first?

Kiri: no, learn to increase your capability, increase your strength. How many times have I got to tell you?

Russ: well you keep telling me I keep thinking I've got to increase myself for somebody like that where all of a sudden I don't have enough strength after all.

Kiri: well, that's why people like that are around.

Russ: oh wonderful, a test.

Kiri: yes, a test.

Russ: my kingdom for a test.

Kiri: well, so what are you going to do about it?

Russ: well I guess I'll have to get more energy, huh?

Kiri: uh-huh. And how you going to achieve that?

Russ: practice on you.

Kiri: yeah right, dream on.

Russ: hey, if I can coerce you I've got enough power, right? Yeah, right?

Kiri: yes, you would have.

Russ: okay then, well, that's my point. I just gotta keep working until I get you coerced and then I got enough coercion for anybody.

Kiri: how many years do you want to put in to get as good as me?

Russ: how many years do I got?

Kiri: not enough.

Russ: well, enough for to get me started, right?

Kiri: going from zero.

Russ: zero? Zero?

Kiri: no, no, no, no. Let me finish what I'm saying. Otherwise, I will zap you.

Russ: that's a far, distance zap.

Kiri: I'm saving my strength.

Russ: you should too. You've got Mark to deal with still.

Kiri: well, he can take my mind off of it. Okay.

Russ: okay.

Kiri: how long do you think it will take you to become as good as me?

Russ: five years with constant practice on a daily basis.

Kiri: no.

Russ: you started with small animals, I'm starting with people. There's got to be a change.

Kiri: uh-huh. But I was totally operant in coercion.

Russ: well, I've got to start.

Kiri: and how long did it take me to become capable to coerce people?

Russ: five years.

Kiri: not quite. It was a little bit more than that because I was about 15 when I started coercing people without any problem.

Russ: see? There we go. I've got a head start on you.

Kiri: it took me 10 years and I was already operant when I went into training. And, at an early age.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: so, how long do you think it will take you?

Russ: a bit longer.

Kiri: uh-huh. Maybe twenty. And I'm not being silly either, I'm being serious for a change. Well I'm being Kiri for a change. Now the reason why it will take you longer is because first of all, if you want to become master class, you have to start from scratch. You have to clean out all the coercion that you've learned so far. Right, we've given you a framework to work on that will take you to a high enough level where you may occasionally run into a problem but it wouldn't be that much of a problem. So, what we want to do is clean out all the coercion you've learned and start you from scratch in the same sort of program that I started in. Starting off with ants and working your way up.

Russ: well, I better start work on somebody else then.

Kiri: yeah, you see?

Russ: of course.

Kiri: piece of cake. You put yourself into more trouble now. And Alex is sitting here or rather lying here gurgling and cooing and ahhing and generally asleep. Mark's sitting outside waiting for Tia.

Russ: ahh, well you'll be back then, won't you if you were leave right now?

Kiri: I'll be doing ring mistress.

Russ: right, so you'll be back.

Kiri: well I'll stay in the room here.

Russ: right, so will get Tia in and get her out to go talk to Mark.....

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: and you'll be back and see us in a while.

Kiri: yeah.

Russ: let's do that.

Kiri: okay.

Russ: okay.

Kiri: that's what I was planning to do anyway, God.

Russ: so grateful. Men.

Kiri: yeah, you've got the brain of a gnat.

(Russ laughs)

Kiri: no, no, rephrase that. Brains of a rocking horse.

Russ: thank you.

Kiri: you're welcome. And the attention span of a gnat. That's what I meant to say.

Russ: there you go, now we're talking.

Kiri: right.

Russ: right ring mistress, we'll see you in a little while.

Kiri: trying to get rid of me, huh?

Russ: just for a short while. Now get Tia off to Mark, otherwise......

Kiri: yeah, all right, all right. Stop moaning and bitching at me. God, you're worse than an old woman.

Russ: okay Kiri.

Kiri: I'll be back, so watch it buddy. It's nice talking to you again Carrie.

Carrie: you too.

Kiri: okay.

Carrie: bye-bye.

(Tia comes on to chat with Carrie and myself)

Tia: Incy Wincy spider went climbing up the spout, down came the rain and washed poor Incy out. Out came the sun and dried poor Incy out,
Incy Wincy spider has busted out.

Russ: ohhh, could drop, I'm not certain.

Carrie: shut up.

Tia: Russ, stop teasing her and if there is get it out of here otherwise I shall set Kiri on you again.

Russ: no thanks, I'll get him out, hold on.

Tia: okay.

Russ: without damaging the spider.

Tia: yeah, it's an arachnid, huh?

Russ: yeah. Anyway, Tia, Carrie, you remember.

Tia: yeah, we met.

Carrie: hi.

Tia: hi. Well, I'm feeling a lot better than I was just recently.

Carrie: Russ, don't lead it towards me.

Russ: could drop in a second. I'm sorry.

Tia: he's horrible, isn't he?

Russ: I'm not.

Carrie: brat.

Tia: I've gotta talk to Karra about this.

Carrie: you should.

Tia: uh-huh. So what's happening in your life?

Carrie: God, anything and everything exciting.

Tia: oohhhhh.

Carrie: just a lot.

Tia: you know I'm pregnant?

Carrie: so I heard.

Tia: uh-huh. Yeah, I had a little bit of a problem a while back. It wasn't a nice experience.

Carrie: well, what was it exactly?

Tia: you see my species, we tend to have two or more offspring you see and I'm only, how tall am I Russ?

Russ: five two.

Tia: five two and I'm very petite. Is that the correct word?

Russ: that is the correct term.

Tia: and I was carrying triplets. So I went through a medical procedure and one was taken out of me and put into a friend of mine. And the problem was because I'm so talented and Mark's so talented that my offspring, or our offspring, are also very talented and at an early age. They're also, all three of them are girls, right? I'm carrying two now, my friend is carrying one for me. So......

Carrie: what a nice friend.

Tia: well, she didn't have any say in the matter.

Carrie: oh. They have the ability to put an unborn child?

Tia: it's a very risky procedure. What was the success rate, Russ?

Russ: one in three million.

Tia: no, that was something else.

Russ: oh.

Tia: what's it? I think it was the chances of successful operation were I think 60%?

Russ: 75?

Tia: yeah, but there was a plus or minus factor of about 20%.

Russ: yeah, there was a plus or minus......

Tia: oh, of course, we do have the best. Still, it was quite a risky procedure and very complicated. They had me on the table for what, six hours?

Russ: yeah.

Tia: and Luna was on the table for about three and a half so that's quite a risky procedure.

Carrie: and your babies are fine and healthy?

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: I'll say.

Tia: yeah. And they will be born on October the 11th, all three of them.

Russ: wasn't there a question about whether or not that you would be rejected by them?

Tia: yes there was, that was one of the factors that came into play.

Carrie: that is their body would reject you?

Tia: yeah.

Russ: because it would be a foreign substance you might say.

Tia: yeah. And Luna is also a slightly different species from me but she was the only person close enough to match.

Russ: yeah, so it worked out well.

Tia: uh-huh.

Carrie: wow.

Tia: my two little ones are nice and quiet and Luna is running around in circles saying that her female is being mischievous.

(Russ and Carrie laugh)

Tia: she's the troublemaker.

Russ: yeah, that's for sure.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: all three of them were very well behaved at the party if you ask me.

Tia: oh yeah.

Russ: there wasn't much they could do to get out but I mean still, they were pretty quiet.

Tia: uh-huh, they weren't fighting. Mind you, if you notice, Luna and myself stayed apart for quite a bit of the party.

Russ: yeah.

Tia: about at least ten feet away all the time.

Carrie: still, your children are not like our children when we have them.

Tia: ummm, yeah, they're very similar.

Russ: except besides a tail.

Tia: uh-huh.

Carrie: your's sound to me to be highly more evolved than ours though.

Tia: well this is slightly unusual. You'd have to ask Karra or Kornas about it because I'm not the geneticist. I'm a traveler, I do farsighting like Mark does.

Carrie: oh.

Russ: well you're getting to be an excellent healer.

Tia: yeah right. It will take me seventy years to be as good as Karra and maybe a thousand years to be as good as Kornas.

Russ: well that's true. You've got more personal experience than Kornas has got.

Tia: oh yeah, he could never get pregnant. Mind you, I can hear him now, "why on earth should I do such a frivolous activity as making myself pregnant?"

Russ: yeah, that sounds like Kornas.

Tia: uh-huh. Actually, I was down there earlier on today.

Russ: oh, so you got to practice on that?

Tia: uh-huh. So I'm sitting kinda funny on the couch up here.

Russ: okay. Well, are you getting bigger then?

Tia: uh-huh. Never seen anybody pregnant before?

Russ: yeah, but you looked the same last time as I saw you every other time.

Tia: I'm putting on a little bit of weight. It's because you see me so often it isn't as noticeable.

Russ: that's true.

Tia: keep going backwards and forwards to the bathroom about every four hours or so. Sometimes, if I have a couple cups of tea it's every thirty minutes. But I haven't had any accidents.

Russ: oh good.

Tia: and I'm a lot better. I haven't bitten anybody for a couple weeks.

Russ: congratulations.

Tia: not aggressive in any way. So, what do you want to know?

Russ: well I wanted to know how you were doing basically.

Tia: well I told you, didn't I?

Russ: you did in fact. Well that's good.

Carrie: good luck too.

Tia: well, I'm little bit nervous about the last two months. So it would be September, October, two months. Yeah, on the 10th, on the 11th.

Russ: on the 11th.

Tia: on the 11th of October. And when's yours due?

Russ: February the 14th.

Tia: yes.

Russ: Valentine's Day.

Tia: okay.

Russ: alrighty.

Tia: yeah, and I've been told to cut down on my activities again.

Russ: oh, have fun anyway.

Tia: uh-huh. They told me I can't levitate as much as I do. Instead of me levitating for an hour or two hours, I have to half that so it would be an hour or thirty minutes. Farsighting? Around the base is fine, any further than that, uh-uh. Telepathy? That's all right, everything else I can get on with. So when are you going to come up and play tennis then?

Russ: when you get the babies done and you're not using PK.

Tia: ohhhhh.

Russ: I couldn't beat you otherwise.

Tia: in my current state you could.

Russ: that's true.

Tia: uh-huh. Okay.

Russ: all right.

Tia: I get the message. Tia, go out and see Mark. Actually, perhaps I should work on manifestation in my spare time.

Russ: if you ever get some spare time.

Tia: yeah, true. Oh well.

Russ: oh well. Good luck darling.

Carrie: good luck.

Russ: I'll see you when I get up.

Tia: ciao.

Carrie: bye.

(Omal is the main guest speaker on side one)

Omal: greetings Russ, greetings........don't tell me, Carrie.

Carrie: yes, hi.

Omal: hello and how are we functioning?

Russ: we are within specified greatness.

Omal: good.

Russ: how are you Omal?

Omal: I'm excellent.

Russ: good.

Omal: let me see if I can get this right. "My name is Capt. James T. Kirk of the US ship Enterprise".

Kiri: no, you didn't just do Star Trek, did you?

Russ: he picks it up out of Mark's brain.

Kiri:  ahhh.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: I like the one though, "I'm sorry Capt., I can't beam you up, you're in the wrong dimension".

Omal: well I do ad lib but I have been thinking about that.

Russ: really?

Omal: this Scotty person, he must not be a very good engineer.

Russ: he's one of the best in the galaxy.

Omal: yes, but what is it he normally says, "aye Capt., I can a not do that, I need more time"?

Russ: oh yeah, well they explain that in the next generation. Scotty explained how he only said that to look good.

Omal: ahhh.

Russ: he fixed it before the time ran out but he said it to be a miracle worker.

Omal: umm.

Russ: so he actually had it all figured out right away.

Omal: ahhh, probably the suspense.

Russ: probably the suspense.

Omal: but they needed to explain it. Hmm, this is unusual that there are no felines present.

Russ: yeah, and the doors are open too.

Omal: ahhh.

Russ: I guess they didn't want to join us.

Omal: oh well, nevermind. Just as well, Korton hasn't arrived yet.

Russ: oh, so that's good.

Omal: uh-huh. Yes, I will explain. Korton likes the channeler's cat. So therefore Koton will miss the channeler's cat.

Russ: yes, hopefully the channeler's cat will come down.

Omal: hopefully. Okay, so what would you like to discuss?

Russ: well, we're going to be discussing a couple things.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: for myself, we're going to be discussing rockets from Vanderberg and Mayan villages.

Omal: okay. And Carrie, do you have anything? Anything to discuss?

Carrie: I don't think so.

Omal: okay.

Russ: you might come upon something though.

Omal: yes, we are always open to changes in direction on conversations.

Russ: okay, then we are going to have our first change then.

Omal: okay.

Russ: this afternoon........

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: out of Vanderberg, a NASA rocket carrying a top-secret, undisclosed payload.......that being a spy satellite......exploded and totally vaporized for no reason whatsoever sixty seconds into its flight.

Omal: uh-huh. Did we have everything to do with it?

Russ: of course.

Omal: not us personally that I'm aware of and if we did have something to do with it I'd like to know. However, as I have stated in the past, the flight side of the operation up here works in a very loose organization with us so possibly they had something to do with it. As of yet they haven't brought it to our attention.

Russ: well according to the news report that I saw.......

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: apparently, the booster rockets that were strapped onto the side of this thing, somehow or another came loose.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and at that point, it just basically vaporized. Nothing more left than just little bits of atoms.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: just wondering if there was such a payload and if there was such a thing as interference as far as the rocket, what would be the reason for something like that to happen?

Omal: to vaporize?

Russ: well just for why it would be allowed to do so.

Omal: if we were behind it, it would be a statement of fact that it is become a time to start working on more important projects than spying on your neighbor.

Russ: ahh, so maybe the space station getting a little more priority in their efforts?

Omal: yes. You have enough spy satellites already in orbit.

Russ: hundreds.

Omal: yes. So why put up an extra one? Why not spend your time on something a little bit more beneficial?

Russ: right.

Omal: if our flight department decided to take matters into their own hand, this would bring into play some interesting problems. One being that we do not interfere directly on your planet, not unless we have extremely good reason. We will ask our liaison officer to find out what happened.

Russ: all the pilots start running for cover.

Omal: if they are responsible.

Russ: right.

Omal: however, don't forget there are other organizations that are interested in your planet.

Russ: that's true. The Pleiadians.

Omal: uh-huh. But they are non-malevolent so it is very unlikely that they would have anything to do with it.

Russ: oh.

Omal: but there are three I can think of offhand that have a mischievous streak that are inter-dimensional. And then there are other races that are non-inter-dimensional that are third dimensional.

Russ: that brings up another question then.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: back with the space shuttle Challenger.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: at the time it was also carrying a undisclosed and yet top-secret spy satellite.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: I can see the coincidence between the two. They exploded and they both happened at the exact same moment during a flight.......

Omal: we definitely had nothing to do with that because the waste of human life is intolerable.

Russ: right, I don't think you did it but the 3D guys.....

Omal: it is possible. We are still analyzing factors. There was gross negligence on your planet concerning this.

Russ: that's true, the O-rings.

Omal: yes, that was gross negligence.

Carrie: they could've saved those lives.

Omal: because they were alive when they were crashing.

Carrie: yep, they could've saved those people's lives.

Russ: how?

Carrie: because apparently, you know how they said they just burned up? They didn't, they survived.

Russ: they did?

Omal: yes.

Carrie: they survived. They didn't die until it hit the earth.

Russ: what?

Omal: they died of asphyxiation of water.

Carrie:  yeah.

Russ: they drowned?

Omal: yes.

Carrie: those people were alive, they could've been saved.

Omal: they had approximately five minutes in which to launch a rescue vessel to get out there with divers to get into the capsule.

Russ: and they slacked off?

Omal: yes, big time.

Carrie: I saw a documentary on it.

Russ: that's ridiculous, that's not how the media portrayed it.

Carrie: well the media will never tell you everything. The media is paid to tell you what you are supposed to hear.

Omal: your government is quite capable of destroying the careers of many of your journalists.....

Carrie: oh yeah.

Omal: in a few seconds. All's you need to wipe out a journalist is you can wipe them out on a computer. You can take all the money that they've made and transfer their money to somewhere else and nobody will be none the wiser if you are a computer expert.

Carrie: there was a documentary that I watched on the JFK assassination that it was affiliated with the CIA and also the alien life forms that have been coming down to our planet for many, many hundreds of years....

Omal: and then some.

Carrie: apparently one of the presidents, I think it was President Nixon went into a treaty with the aliens and allowed them a certain amount of people to take from our planet if they would let us observe them. The government never told us this.

Omal: uh-huh.

Carrie: they had a UFO in Texas I believe that is......?

Omal: perhaps you should tell the channeler when he gets back so he can check out the location.

Carrie: I'm not sure of the location, I can find out. The documentary really hasn't been seen.

Omal: Russ, would you explain something to.....

Russ: yes, we've been doing some farsighting to various air  bases.

Carrie: oh.

Russ: the last one was White Sands in New Mexico two years ago.

Carrie: yeah, the government won't tell us about it.

Russ: we are getting a lot of technology from that though.

Omal: oh yes. there was also an aircraft I believe.

Russ: with canard wings?

Omal: yes.

Russ: stealth fighter with canard wings that's based on a UFO.

Omal: as I said last time, if it leaks out from here, we will have to come down and take matters into our own hands to salvage what we can from the mess that could possibly occur.

Carrie: nobody would believe me if I told them anything so, nothing, no.

Russ: all right. Anyway, thank you for all that.....

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and we'll tell you all about what we find.

Omal: yes, but if you could find the location of the base with UFOs, it would be worth checking.

Russ: in Texas?

Carrie: yeah I will, I have a Navy friend.

Omal: Lovelock?

Carrie: no, I don't think so. He's very involved in saying those kind of things.

Omal: is he a operant? Farsighter, psychokinesis, etc.?

Carrie: yeah.

Omal: if you can get the rough area he is in.

Carrie: he's on the seas right now......

Omal: ahh.

Carrie: I won't be able to talk to him probably for another two months.

Omal: okay.

Carrie: so......

Omal: well we were thinking that if he was anywhere near a facility that is holding a UFO and you knew where he was, all he would have to do is be in the facility or in the vicinity and a bright spot would be occurred and the channeler would be able to track him down from that.

Russ: well there is not that many airbases in Texas though so I'll look on a map see what's on the map as far as airbases.

Omal: okay, let us proceed.

Russ: okay, let's go with Mayan cities.

Omal: okay.

Russ: as of yesterday......

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: four Mayan towns were discovered that had previously not been discovered by either scientists or looters.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: a
tomb had been raided by looters a half hour before the scientists got there.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: hiccups.

Omal: ahh.

Carrie: sorry.

Omal: we were wondering what was the noise but now you say hiccups we know it is a spasm of the diaphragm.

Russ: correct. Okay, anyway, with these Mayan towns, they found pretty much the items that had been left there after the towns had been abandoned.

Omal: did they find the books?

Russ: well, we haven't got details of what they found yet.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: National Geographic has gone in to record everything that they find.

Omal: yeah.

Russ: and so we'll see a special on it later on down the road or so.

Omal: oops.....

(Russ bursts out laughing)

Omal: I have just made a mistake.

Russ: Omal, that's almost impossible for you.

Omal: yes. Sorry, my curiosity got the better of me.

Russ: that's all right.

Omal: it is their written history.

Russ: they have a written history?

Omal: yes.

Russ: not in stone?

Omal: not in stone. What happened was that their records that they had, the Mayans, the Aztecs, were very closely interlinked. Their histories was very closely interlinked.

Russ: right.

Omal: and the books are concerning with their history, with their prophecies, with certain astronomical information and events. Extraterrestrial events.

Russ: ohh.

Omal: diagrams, pictures, explanations. If they were not destroyed, which is possible that when the Aztecs came, they incorporated them into their history and then your priests at the time of the arrival in that part of the world, they burned all the religious books that they could find of the Aztecs.

Russ: these ones were strictly Mayan cities......

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: that had not been influenced by I believe either the Aztecs, the priests or anybody else.

Omal: hmm.

Russ: they were way out of the way.

Omal: this could be very interesting to see what happens if the books are there and if the books have survived intact.

Russ: but we won't know about it if they have. I wonder if the channeler would take a look at the scientists maybe.

Omal: you can try, but aren't you asking the channeler to do quite a bit at the moment?

Russ: umm, yeah.

Omal: but I'm sure if you asked him he would probably say yes.

Russ: but if they did find the books, they'd have the books out in the light....

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and though we wouldn't hear about it, we would be able to spot it.

Omal: yes. Unless of course they keep them in the same environment so that they do not get damaged by ultraviolet light, changes in humidity, wind, they would presumably handle them with gloves. So they would want to get them into an environment where they are put almost into stasis.

Russ: oh. Well no, the reason I didn't know about the books before is because it is more about the pyramids themselves.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and whether or not they find anything that would be a bit more technologically advanced.

Omal: possibly. It depends on again environmental factors.

Russ: oh.

Omal: why were these cities abandoned? What happened afterwards? But again, we're reaching an area that is not open to discussion.

Russ: that's right. Okay, but if that was such a thing, then that might still be a viable thing in today's society.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: which would open up some very bad possibilities for us if we capture (?) them.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: that would be too big a leap in too short a time.

Omal: possibly but remember my statement a while back. Which was?

Russ: everything happens as it's supposed to be?

Omal: well, everything is progressing according to the way it is destined to do. But there again the future is so flexible.

Russ: that's true. Okay, well I'll keep my eyes open on the news and see if I can find out what they find.

Omal: yes, a good example of advancement in technology is take your aviation.

Russ: right.

Omal: ninety years ago it was just a possibility. And now where are you?

Russ: true.

Omal: okay, next question.

Russ: okay, Carrie, anything?

Carrie: no, I don't have anything but for Karra at the moment.

Omal: ahh. Patience young lady, she will be here soon.

Carrie: well I was actually thinking on what you had said about everything happening the way it is supposed to do.

Omal: uh-huh, but it is flexible.

Carrie: yeah, well the one thing that I have the hardest thing understanding in school is why do they teach history. I used to ask the teacher all the time, why do we teach history? Why do we learn the same thing every year? He said it was because we have to learn what we forgot so we don't make the same mistakes twice.

Omal: and there are something a little bit deeper than that. Look at the past and you will see the future.

Carrie: you see, that's the thing that bothers me. Why is it that we repeat the past? If everything is predestined, why do we have to repeat it. I mean yeah, it's to a more advanced level......

Omal: uh-huh.

Carrie: but I don't think people's minds are.

Omal: umm, there will come a point that those that are stagnant will not progress any further but those that are enlightened will progress. Those that have a grasp for knowledge, that want knowledge, they will progress. T
hose people that are enlightened will progress. Those people that wish for the unknown will progress but those that are happy as they are will not.

Carrie: what will happen to those people that are not?

Omal: they will go back to the beginning and start all over again. They will progress from the point where they haven't learned.......





(Tia and Korton switch places during the upcoming practice)

Kiri: okay, you know what's going to happen Russ?

Russ: I always know what's going to happen, it's called precog.

Kiri: okay, what's going to happen?

Russ: well, we're going to work on a candle flame to try to make it turn to the left, right, sideways, up, or down.

Kiri: okay. Right, what we're going to do is we're going to put Skip in as an executive, right?

Russ: all right.

Kiri: we're going to send you the energy Skip and you're going to send it to Russ. Now what we want you to do is visualize or imagine a beam of light coming from you to Russ and feel energy coming from the pyramid and us to you.

Russ: ahh, darling?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: wouldn't he be then the conductor?

Kiri: that's what I said.

Russ: you said he's going to be the executive.

Kiri: oh that's what I mean.

Russ: so he's gonna be the conductor, I'm going to be the executive?

Kiri: that's right. Right, so we're going to do a half a meta-concert practice. We're going to act in the capacity of the primaries and the secondaries. Okay, right, here we go. And what we will do is we will use a countdown and we will go from five and tell you that we're sending you the energy and then you will give a countdown to Russ. And when you get to one, instead of saying zero, you say now and you will be sending the energy when you say now to Russ. And we will also say now when we send the energy to you, okay? So we're going to get our meta-concert going and this energy should be quite strong because we've got Omal acting as a primary and Karra and myself acting as secondaries. So you're going to have a lot of very powerful energy coming at you.

Russ: oh, this is Kiri.

Kiri: who did you think it was?

Russ: I thought it was Karra.

Kiri: as I've learned how to master this thing, watch it.

(Kiri flicks a lighter open and and closed)

Russ: ahh come on, a little lightening of the mood here was called for, don't you think?

Kiri: oh dear, things are getting worse, we have another person showing up. Okay, and so we now have two primaries so Karra and myself will split between the two primaries. Okay, here we go. We're powering up.

Okay, five, four, three, two, one, now.

Skip: five, four, three, two, one, now.

Kiri: okay, break. Okay, now what we want you to do is get your laser scalpel, or not your laser scalpel, your......

Russ: energy crystal?

Kiri: energy wand.

Russ: energy wand?

Kiri: uh-huh. Okay. Now, what we want you to do this time instead of pumping it up, is we want you to bend it, okay? So, we'll go again, right? And we're reassembling up here've done it again, you know?

Russ: oh, I was trying to bend it myself.

Kiri: well you were pumping it up. Do you know what you've just done to Mark's astral travel crystal?

Russ: it's not in the pyramid during the meta-concert.

Kiri: we wiped it.

Russ: well of course, this is the second time you've done that.

Kiri: it's the first time I've done it, Tia's done it before.

Russ: oh.

Kiri: she erased his crystal on one of his astral travel trips. We've done it before.

Russ: he's had to reprogram the whole thing from scratch.

Kiri: uh-huh..

Russ: takes about three years.

Kiri: no, only takes him about oohhhh, a month to reprogram it. Okay, so here we go, you ready Skip?

Skip: uh-huh.

Kiri: hey, wait for the order Russ.

Russ: I'm waiting, I'm just getting closer.

Kiri: okay, right.

Korton: five, four, three, two, one, now.

Skip: five, four, three, two, one, now.........................

Korton: both hands, Russ. Okay, break.

Russ: held it.

Korton: uh-huh.

Russ: held it better that time.

Korton: okay, that's good. Sorry, we took over Kiri's role.

Russ: that's all right.

Korton: okay, let us rest for a few minutes and have some pleasantries.

Russ: okay.

Korton: greetings Skip.

Skip: good evening Sir.

Korton: greetings Russ.

Russ: hi Omal.

Korton: if you insist. Skip, would you correct Russ in his assumption?

Skip: what's that?

Korton: that he is talking to Omal.

Skip: yeah.

Korton: he is not.

Russ: oh, Korton.

Korton: thank you.

Russ: right, a common mistake.

Korton: how many times have you made this error?

(Skip starts laughing)

Russ: what, should we start counting? I don't think I can get up that high.

Korton: you would have to take off your socks as well. Here, borrow these.

Russ: everybody would drop dead in here at that point.

Korton: okay.

Russ: sorry Korton.

Korton: how is your publication coming?

Russ: ahh well, it had to be postponed for the weekend due to a slight inconvenience I was not expecting.

Korton: accidents happen, mistakes are made. How you handle things is what matters.

Russ: well....

Korton: patience and impatience are things to learn from.

Russ: that's true.

Korton: you cannot have one without the other. If you have patience you also have impatience with those that are not following through as quickly as possible.

Russ: that's not my problem actually. The problem is, people who make snap judgments and don't see the consequences of it for other people.

Korton: uh-huh.

Russ: which is something.....

Korton: which can be costly.

Russ: indeed, it can.

Korton: but also patience is needed from it.

Russ: well I've learned patience, it's just.....

Korton: have you?

Russ: yes, as a matter fact. Learning that certain things have to be accomplished because you have responsibility and there is no one but you to take care of them. So you.......

Korton: what about the gentleman last week that did a collect call?

Russ: Johnny?

Korton: no, but that is an example in itself. What about your friend from Arizona and the young lady that you let call?

Russ: oh yeah, Sandy.

Korton: were you not impatient with that?

Russ: uh-huh.

Korton: so have you learned patience?

Russ: uh-huh, mostly from just having it grind me down. I've learned a lot of patience from that.

Korton: okay. We will proceed once again with the meta-concert.

Russ: all right.

Korton: how are you feeling Skip?

Skip: just fine.

Korton: Russ?

Russ: good.

Korton: okay, what we want you to do this time is reverse roles. Skip, now when you fire the energy out of the firing wand there, I want you to hold it thus and fire for approximately ten of your seconds and point it at the flame. We will be monitoring and we will also be supplying energy. Russ, you will be the conductor. You will collect energy from us and you will send it to Skip.

Russ: okay.

Korton: and we will explain why we reversed roles in a minute.

Russ: okay.

Skip: what is my duty?

Russ: you mean between you and Kiri?

Korton: your duty is that you will be firing a light beam..........visualize yourself firing a light beam from the crystal rod that you'll hold in your hand. With both hands thus, and you will fire it at the candle and make it bend. Okay?

Skip: all right.

Korton: okay, five, four, three, two, one, now..............................

Russ: five, four, three, two, one, now...................................

Korton: okay, and rest. Yes, as I thought. You two are much better in the opposite roles when working together. Skip, you are a very good executive. Russ, you're a good conductor.

Russ: I need work.

Korton: yes. Sorry, you were overwhelmed with the energy, did you not?

Russ: yeah well, it took me a second to remember I was reversing roles.

Korton: uh-huh, but that comes with practice.

Russ: yeah.

Korton: you can relax now Skip. Okay, let us answer questions.

Russ: okay, what happened with Kiri, why did you have to switch over?

Korton: because it was a strain on her being a secondary and also the vocal link.

Russ: hmm, I see.

Korton: she was trying to be a secondary and a vocal link which was making her a very erratic primary secondary which is a link in between which is not necessary. So she was getting very confused and we were having difficulty. That is why we did it twice.

Russ: okay, so your skill as a communicator has helped in......

Korton: of course.

Russ: bringing those two together.

Korton: correct.

Russ: okay. Got something?

Skip: no.

Russ: okay.

Skip: I'm just listening tonight.

Korton: ahh. Yes, listening is a key.

Skip: and I'm learning something.

Korton: uh-huh, which is?

Skip: the difference between patience and impatience....

Korton: uh-huh.

Skip: or the bond between them.

Korton: yes, they are bonded together. It is necessary to have knowledge of both before you can achieve patience. Impatience is.....

Skip: racking me.

Korton: but learning and understanding it is the first step to achieving patience. People profess that they do have patience but they still get irritated by computer problems, problems with employees, and so on.

Russ: have you been reading my mail?

Korton: no, I have been reading your mind.

Skip: the mind's an open book so it's easy to read minds.

Korton: it is sometimes hard for me to not use humor when it is unnecessary.

Russ: okay.

Korton: uh-huh.

Russ: all right, now, since we seem to be focusing on patience and impatience......

Korton: uh-huh.

Russ: okay, now, does age have anything to do with it?

Korton: yes and no.

Russ: I would assume because knowing third dimensional beings as well as I do, I'm sure you have your experiences.....

Korton: uh-huh.

Russ: we're stuck on the fact that we've only got such a short period of life to live. So as young, we work on living that life out to the fullest we can. Whereas you get older, things slow down a bit more, you're able to have more patience, is that true?

Korton: not necessarily. It comes from, or your form of patience, comes from when you were young, where do you live? You live tomorrow.

Russ: uh-huh.

Korton: when you are in your middle ages, where do you live?

Skip: for now.

Korton: you live in both tomorrow, now, and the past. When you're old, where do you live?

Skip: in the past.

Korton: and that is one of the reasons why older people appear patient because they remember everything that was. But that is also part of the aging process. So, it is necessary to stay young is to live in the now and the future and a little bit of the past. Once you live in the past you become the past.

Russ: now, would that also count for the fact that when you get older and you live in the past is because you're preparing for your next life? And by living in the past, you're able to review your mistakes and see where you went wrong so that you're helping to program your next life?

Korton: yes and no.

Russ: okay.

Korton: you are reviewing your life but you're also suffering, "what if I had done this, what if I had done that" and that is not preparing yourself for the period of waiting in between.

Russ: what should you do?

Korton: accept it. You cannot change the past, can you?

Russ: not yet.

Korton: you will never be able to change the past.

Skip: it's gone.

Korton: yes. The future you can change. That is one of the reasons why we talk in terms of probability instead of this will happen or that will happen. Which reminds me, you are down to two years and six months and five days.

Russ: I knew that was coming.

Korton: uh-huh.

Russ: actually, that's a little bit more extended than we had before.

Korton: correct.

Russ: right? I had it down to two years, three months and fifteen days.

Korton: preliminary reports from an overactive data analyst is promising.

Russ: good, good.

Skip: but you can change the future.

Korton: correct. Because the future has not happened yet. What is going to happen tomorrow? Skip?

Skip: I know some things that is going to happen tomorrow but not all of them. There is no way of knowing.

Korton: what do you have planned for tomorrow?

Skip: I'm going to go to work.

Korton: uh-huh.

Skip: eat my lunch.....

Korton: uh-huh.

Skip: and whatever, and go home from work......

Korton: what time are you going to eat your lunch at?

Skip: in my car like I normally do.

Korton: on your way to work.

Skip: no, at lunchtime which is noon our time and.......

Korton: but supposing you are busy?

Skip: no, I won't be busy during lunch.

Korton: uh-huh, are you sure?

Skip: I'm going to to be busy when I get home tomorrow night.

Korton: okay. And tomorrow night, you have people coming.

Skip: yeah, there's supposed to be lots of them.

Korton: uh-huh. Supposing your person of importance that is coming has a flat tire and is late? That is a change in plan.

Skip: the flat tire or the delay in arriving isn't going to matter that much.

Korton: but it is changing the future that you perceive.

Skip: oh true, true, true.

Korton: see, even small, insignificant things can change the future.

Skip: yes, uh-huh.

Korton: so therefore.......

Skip: but I'll still be busy.

Korton: yes, but it is not a certainty that things will occur in a progressive order.

Skip: no, because you can't control other people.

Korton: that is correct. All the possibilities that there are are many. You have to look at each possibility.

Skip: uh-huh. You can't own other people and you can't control them.

Korton: correct. Okay, we are going to hand back to the ring mistress so we shall put it down for a little while. He must get those seen to sometime, or not.

Russ: or not.

(Kiri gets into her ring mistress role)

Kiri: uh-huh.

Skip: you got back, huh baby?

Kiri: yeah I'm back, I'm ring mistress. I've got Tia's top hat and tails on and her whip. Where's my chair? Keep you guys in order. Okay.

Russ: you couldn't keep us in order if you were a waitress at a restaurant.

(Skip laughs)

Kiri: you want to bet? If I was there in person I would have you guys ordering what I wanted you to order. Most expensive things on the menu with Dom Peregrine champagne.

Russ: Karra taught me a nice phrase today.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: I'm so low, I could suck the sweat off of a snake's stomach.

Kiri: yes you are.

Skip: goodness gracious.

Russ: I don't know where she gets this stuff from. They don't get a lot of snakes on Sirius, do you?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Skip: that's about as negative as you can get, isn't it? Huh?

Russ: at the time I was.

Kiri: yes, I think I made a big mistake earlier on, you know?

Russ: hmm?

Kiri: not just with the crystal but with the fire candle there. Did you feel the vibes from that thing?

Russ: I try to ignore stuff like that.

Kiri: wimp.

Skip: and I don't have the sensitivity.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: it's good to not be too sensitive sometimes, babe.

Skip: hmm?

Kiri: yes.

Russ: it's good to not be too sensitive.

Skip: I'm not, I'm not sensitive. Well, I don't know, maybe I am and I just ignore it.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Skip: I ignore a lot of things.

Kiri: yes, uh-huh. So where was I?

Skip: oh I don't know, about.......

Kiri: making mistakes.

Skip: yes.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Skip: it's easy to make mistakes.

Kiri: yeah.

Skip: it's hard not to.

Kiri: uh-huh. Oh yes, I mean this crystal is a prime example of me making a mistake.

Skip: okay, I'll give you a little bit of a quotation that was told to me when I was a little boy.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Skip: the person that never does anything is the person that never makes a mistake.

Kiri: uh-huh. That's a very good quotation.

Skip: uh-huh.

Kiri: very good quotation.

Russ: oh, by the way love, I've got to break this whole stuff down tonight. Pyramid, futon....

Kiri: going to hurt Mark a bit, isn't it?

Russ: I've got to warn him beforehand.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: he knew it was coming.

Kiri: oh yeah, he knows.

Skip: why, what's going on?

Russ: getting the whole room cleaned tomorrow.

Skip: oh, okay.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Skip: all right, okay. Yeah, I've got to strip out my house and get my carpets shampooed and re-stretched. They're starting to wrinkle up in my house.

Russ: they're doing this stuff.

Kiri: yeah.

Skip: yeah. Darling......

Kiri: you're going to have to go.

Skip: yes I am. I've got to get down the hill......

Kiri: okay, let's.......

Skip: 5 o'clock in the morning comes awful......

(The tape ends and starts again)

Russ: all right.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: hey, is Omal coming on tonight?

Kiri: yeah, we can get him on. He's sitting outside the pyramid talking to Karra.

Russ: okay, all right.

Kiri: okay, I'll put him on. I'm the ring mistress, I can do what I damn well please.

(Omal comes on to finish out the night)

Omal: greetings Russ.

Russ: greetings Omal.

Omal: okay.

Russ: all right. All right, what I want to work on with you is a certain gentleman at work.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: where subconsciously or consciously, I don't know what, I happened to leave my journal of when we first started this whole thing.

Omal: uh-huh and he has read it.

Russ: and he has read every page from start to finish.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and I've got him started in on "2150"......

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: good primer there....

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and he really wants to know more about aliens.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: but he's a bit immature, but he's only 16.

Omal: yes, indiscretion. He will be discussing it with his friends at school.

Russ: right.

Omal: he will be behaving in a way that is very immature.

Russ: right. So, how do you handle a situation that requires diplomacy, delicacy, discretion with someone who is just too young to understand those concepts yet?

Omal: first of all, don't overestimate him.

Russ: okay.

Omal: expect him to blab, expect it around people you know that don't know about this. How do you handle that?

Russ: well personally I don't care.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: you know me, I'm like, "okay, great". Doesn't matter to me one bit.

Omal: what about Mark?

Russ: well that's the only problem I've got right now.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: but, since nobody knows Mark except for him, that's the problem.

Omal: uh-huh. Are you sure of that?

Russ: yeah, but it wouldn't get across the fact that the Mark I know......

Omal: is the same Mark.

Russ: is the same Mark. There's lots of Mark's in this town.

Omal: correct. Okay, so that is not a concern, why are you concerned?

Russ: oh, well what I was concerned about was the fact I'm not worried about him reading the journal, was where I should take it to now.

Omal: step by step, patience. Do not force-feed him. Let him make up his own mind. Let him proceed at a slow pace because first of all he has to learn a form of patience.

Russ: uh-huh. Well that's why I stuck him on "2150".

Omal: uh-huh, that is a good key.

Russ: let him work on that, let him digest what exactly higher consciousness abilities that aren't common in man are all about.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and then what I think I'm going to do is work with him on bringing his abilities out in himself first.

Omal: what abilities do you think he has?

Russ: not one at all.

Omal: uh-huh. So he is totally latent.

Russ: completely and totally latent.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: but, the one thing he does have, which doesn't count as an ability but I am always astounded by it, is his artistic ability.

Omal: creativity.

Russ: it's just incredible. He comes up with stuff off the top of his head he draws out that's just awesome.

Omal: yes, so he is is a manifestor.

Russ: that would make sense, yes he is.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: okay. Latent but.....

Omal: yes, and it shows forth in his creativity. Mark's manifestation ability shows forth in his poetry.

Russ: hmmm. Mine shows off in pennies.

Omal: yes.

Russ: okay, so I'm gonna work with him slow on this.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and so highlighting or spotlighting the fact that he has creativity.....

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: is something I can take advantage of in helping him to work with that a little bit.

Omal: correct.

Russ: okay, good, that will work.

Omal: there are some very strange energies still floating around, residual energies.

Russ: that's going to be hanging around for a couple days.

Omal: hmm, yeah.

Russ: all right, now, on a research subject I'd like to address for next weekend.....

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: or next week on Tuesday is the correlation between Jewish mysticism, Egyptian science, and religion.....

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and the Gypsies.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: I'd like to see what the combination between all those three are. I know a little bit about the Jewish and Egyptian....

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: because we've discussed them before.

Omal: but there are links between all three of them.

Russ: correct and I want to try to research those links.....

Omal: okay.

Russ: and with your help, hopefully come up with some kind of connection here.

Omal: correct.

Russ: I feel it's important.

Omal: it is.

Russ: oh good.

Omal: okay, I will have to depart.

Russ: okay.

Omal: live long, prosper.

Russ: thank you Omal.

Omal: and I'll be back.

Russ: okay.


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