Archivist Notes: March brings something
new, the only channeling session with only two
speakers. It also reminds us that even on Hades
Base, a party is just around the corner when the
personnel needs to relax after a hard day's work. In
this case, the party is at just that, the Corner
Bar, where we learn about some drinking games only
for those with well-developed psychic skills. Anyone
who knows Bunny knows she always up for a fun time
but she also has a serious side as we see with her
allowing herself to be programmed for the Sirian
representative who would speak for Sirius in the
Conference of races. This was done to keep the
Sirian representative from being exposed to us where
she might become biased towards humans. The
programming of the message into Bunny by Omal caused
massive pain which she had prepared for ahead of
time the night before by taking Mark out to the
Corner Bar. As a result, we learn about incinerating
someone's clothes while they are still wearing them
and reassembling them again without burning the
person chosen using the skill of manifestation.
Spoiler alert, Bunny came in second. It also
revolves around a more serious time I had been going
through a personal challenge of a custody fight with
the mother of my son. It worked out well eventually
in the end in my favor and my son's and is just part
of explaining a third dimensional experience to a
higher dimensional being to get their wisdom on the
matter. Happily, this is the clearest tape in months
and was also recorded in 2001 when our equipment was
at its best. We have a bit more to go to fill in the
other parts now in our more detailed summary.
Tia gets side one started on a very
unusual night that would turn out to be very
productive when it comes to the intergalactic
Conference for those looking for what life is like
where you can still party as a higher dimensional
being with more fun going on than any parties I have
ever attended. Before that though, she's all
business as we have a while to wait for the
representative to get prepped by Kiri with the
keyword so that Bunny would begin her automatic
channeling. During that time she reminds me of a
talent Mark has for predicting the future through a
skill he seemed to have developed. She gives me a
list of things that had come true including the last
one that happened in the year he said it would. She
next uses my co-ownership of a cybercafe at the time
as a scaled-down version of how government penalizes
businesses for doing well or rewards them in a
discussion where Tia really goes into incredible
detail in making her point. Politics and business
all finished, and Kiri ready with Bunny's
preparation, they change places and a keyword
triggers the channeling of the message designed for
the members of the Conference who had already
exchanged communications. Those attending the
Conference through their Earth channels were the
Pleiadians, the Arcturians, the Zeta Reticuli, and
Sirius via Ashtar Command. The message relates
mostly to communication arrangements that needed to
be made due to the unusual nature of the Conference.
It is surprisingly short for the amount of
preparation leaving the entire rest of the tape to
talk with Bunny. While there isn't much tape left on
this side, it's enough to learn about the
excruciating pain Bunny was experiencing from the
programming. It also brought up a correlation
between what she went through and what Keanu Reeves
went through in "Johnny Mnemonics". We don't get
that name though until the next side gets started.
Now that we know the movie reference
and I've explained to Bunny the movie's plot, side
two gets started in earnest. She relates to us the
sequence of events to get the message programmed
into her which had some aspects which intentionally
affected Bunny's memory of what she channeled. One
mystery that is solved is a short description of the
representative for Sirius as that had always been an
unknown due to the necessity of having to isolate
her from anything that would bias her involvement.
What else we learn is how committed she is to the
role she had in representing Sirius while the
Conference took place. Now for those who don't game
or have never heard of the game Ultima Online, much
of this next section may be confusing. Bunny and a
few others had accounts down here they would play
from the base. She was still pretty new at the game
so all of us playing had been helping her to get her
character caught up to our characters. That got us
to the drinking games she had dragged Mark off to so
he could have some fun. Her descriptions of each are
hilarious. Finally, we get personal with her
discussing with me the things she had been seeing in
my mind. I was in a custody battle for my son with
an ex-girlfriend who had returned to a life of
drugs. I won but at great emotional and financial
cost. Talking it out with someone on a higher
dimension brought a new light to the subject that
was very welcome. Overall, another great and
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(Tia begins a slightly shorter
than normal channeling session)
(Tia says hi in Durondedunn)
Russ: how's it going?
Tia: well, we moved in as quickly as we could. He
vacated and we waited until he was safely clear. He
hadn't arrived yet so we'll go with what we've got.
That's one of his favorite phrases you know?
Tia: we'll go with what we've got.
Russ: works for me.
Tia: okay.......okay let us......let's ditch
tonight's scheduled plans, except for one thing....
Tia: which we will deal with shortly.
Tia: basically, you know how in the past we have
Tia: we're going to prep somebody up and we're going
to trigger her with a keyword and then what she says
it's very important.
Russ: oh good.
Tia: okay? But we're prepping her up at the moment.
Basically, Kiri has her sitting very patiently and
Kiri is coercing her. She willingly lowered her
shields so Kiri's prepping coercing her which will
take a little while. But in the meantime, where do
we start? Now Mark has a very, very unique skill.
Okay, so he is not very good with computers. He's
better than a lot of people but compared to you and
Tim, he's not that good. Let's be blunt and honest
and upfront about it.
Russ: all right, compared to Tim, I'm pretty bad
Tia: however, Mark learns incredibly fast as you
Russ: oh yes.
Tia: he also has a very unique talent. I don't know
if you have ever picked up on it. He sees things way
ahead of most people. Have you noticed that?
Tia: sometimes listen to some of his more goofy and
off-the-wall comments. If you remember, he went down
to the Bay Area. I think that was like 1998 or 99,
Russ: roughly, yeah.
Tia: uh-huh. He came back and mentioned to you, and
this was a full year and a half before, "wouldn't it
be a nice idea if Lake Tahoe had a cybercafe or an
Internet café?" Do you remember that?
Russ: hmm, I would assume you're right. I don't
Russ: my brain doesn't function on that kind of
Tia: no, Mark has an incredibly good memory, which
is the reason why he's very good at what he does.
Whether it is security's or computers, he has a very
good memory. Hmm, but sometimes he says things
without thinking that he's seen in people pick up on
it. He actually said it in the shop, when Phil was
(Ed Note: Phil was co-owner of the cybercafe)
Tia: that something about that this was a waste of
space. Why do you think it was so easy to get Phil
to agree? Because Phil heard what Mark said, Phil
liked that idea.
Russ: hmm, well, it certainly has worked out.
Tia: uh-huh. So yeah, listen to what Mark says
sometimes when he's a little goofy and off-the-wall.
That's sometimes not him talking, it's something
Tia: don't know what it is. He's not channeling us
and it's not a channeling thing. He made a whole
load of predictions about Heavenly on one occasion
or rather about American Ski Corporation. All of
them have come true, except for the last one and
that was that ASC within five years would start to
fail majorly. Not just being in debt, but majorly
fail. How long has ASC owned Heavenly, three years?
Russ: it would have to be. Three almost going on to
Russ: this would be its second.....yeah, three
Tia: uh-huh. He predicted that they would clean out
all middle-management. He predicted by names. He
predicted that they would be delayed on the
construction. Well the construction was delayed a
year, wasn't it?
Tia: then he predicted that they would start to chop
in ASC high up. That they would sell off resorts,
they've sold off resorts. There were 13 at one time,
Tia: there's eight now.
Tia: he also predicted I think that they would start
to lose backers, they would attempt to merge. All of
these things have come to pass. And the one that he
predicted that everybody laughed at when he
predicted.......from what I recall, there was him,
his former boss, some guy that doesn't even work for
Heavenly anymore that was one of the people that
left of their own volition, and somebody else. And
they all laughed at him. They said it was
impossible, it would never happen, that the owner of
American Ski Corporation or the founder would resign
and leave. They thought that was hilarious. They
said if all the other ones came true that would be
fine, but that one comment, that would never happen.
Russ: I was talking to Gordon today about that.
Tia: uh-huh. You did?
Tia: I think Gordon's a good guy, Gordon and Mark
are very close friends.
Russ: I love Gordon, I agree.
(Ed. note: my manager at heavenly at the time)
Tia: uh-huh. But they laughed at him for that, they
thought he was totally off the wall.
Russ: well, who's laughing now?
Tia: uh-huh. Definitely not Mark.
Russ: not Les Otten.
(Ed note: one-time owner of ASC)
Tia: nope. Okay, she's almost prepped. Do you have
Russ: hmm, I don't know. Mostly, where the economy
is going right now. It's kind of took a jump up
today, but I'm not to say anything.
Tia: it's been jumping up and down, up and down, it
is actually starting to do its false recovery. It's
too late to slow it down. It's going to go through
its spring slow here shortly where it's going
to.....it's not so much of a slow, it's going to be
a bumpy up and down and it will advance. But come
summer, it's going to slow down again and then in
the early fall or mid fall to early winter, it's
going to drop again.
Tia: and unfortunately, they're already blaming him.
Russ: well that's because he's an idiot.
Tia: no, he's not an idiot.
Russ: well yeah, but he's listening to idiots.
Tia: no, he's not listening to idiots.
Russ: well, what's the problem then? Why is he
letting the thing with China go on so badly the way
Tia: because he's waiting. And also the fact that
there are still a lot of idiots that he has to clean
out that are left from the previous administration.
Russ: well, let's hope that he works it out fast
because he's got a lot of things coming down on him
pretty quick that......
Russ: he's really........well in fact I was
listening to a radio program where they were
basically dissing Bush. Liberal program.
Russ: and it was all about the fact that his
environmental stance has caused big griefs within
the environmental sectors and the fact that his
stand on the pollution controls from the Kyoto pact
he basically threw out.
Russ: and now the countries that should be backing
him on this thing with China are not even speaking
up. Not even Britain, which is somebody who has
always backed up America under matter how bad it
look to the rest of the world.
Tia: and Tony Blair doesn't have his own political
agenda for making Bush look bad? Standing up to
Russ: oh yeah, he does.
Tia: oh most certainly.
Russ: but Blair's got his own problems right now.
Tia: oh yes he does. He has a can of worms to stand
Russ: oh boy, does he ever.
Russ: he definitely got himself into some serious
hot water in there. Now hold on one second, there's
the biggest spider I've ever seen in this house over
(Russ goes to get a glass to catch the spider)
Tia: where did it go?
Russ: it's not there now. Ahh, there it is.
Tia: they have very unusual auric signatures.
Russ: yes they do. Thank you my friend, goodbye.
Hope you enjoy snow, its not too bad once you get
used to it.
Tia: go and evolve to a higher level, like maybe
become a lawyer.
Russ: it's a concept, he'll probably avoid that.
Tia: actually I don't mean to send them to a lower
Russ: let's see where we........oh yeah, Tony Blair.
Tia: Tony Blair and his can of worms.
Russ: yeah, he's certainly got that hoof and
mouth.......more like foot in mouth disease.
Tia: uh-huh. Two cases of foot and mouth disease,
the livestock version and his version. Yes, he's got
some serious issues so it serves him to dis and harm
Russ: well, sure.
Tia: it serves him very well, makes him look strong,
which in actual fact he isn't.
Russ: no, but even the conservatives have to applaud
him for that.
Tia: it doesn't take any guts, it doesn't take any
bravery, it doesn't take any bravado, it doesn't
even take any political smarts. All's you have to
realize is that by pushing away or attacking
somebody else, it's the normal reflex of somebody
who's in trouble.
Tia: as soon as you see that, you see how weak he
Russ: well, you're right though, Bush gets no
Tia: oh no, and I said that before he actually took
his oath of office.
Russ: oh yeah, I remember.
Tia: uh-huh, no honeymoon.
Russ: no honeymoon. He got hit with a big dish.
Tia: he hasn't even had his ninety days yet or even
his hundred days yet since his inauguration.
Tia: and he's been hit hard and repeatedly.
Russ: yeah, but a lot of it is his own fault though.
Tia: what makes you say that?
Russ: well, he reversed himself on his CO2 pact on
his campaign promise there........
Russ: because it was economically unviable for the
business owners.......or big business to run with
Russ: he reversed the many things that have been put
into place already and we've already discussed this
many times, so there's no harm rehashing the fact
that it was an expensive proposal that would have
raised prices all around.
Tia: uh-huh. However, don't you think it would be
right, the people that have made the country
profitable, big business, should be rewarded instead
Russ: well, it's how they're making their money. Are
they making it by polluting the environment or are
they making it by being conscious and conscientious
about keeping the pollution levels down, the CO2
Tia: well they breathe the same air that you do,
don't you think that they know that if they decrease
the CO2 it improves their health? Their health, the
CEOs of those companies?
Russ: well, one thing I've understood about is, a
lot of the Christian right that these CEOs even
belong to? All feel that Jesus is coming any time
now to take them all away so they don't care if they
Tia: I don't.....if that was the case, do you think
they would be into making money?
Russ: well yeah, you want to have a good time before
Tia: so, you would party down instead of continuing
making even more money?
Russ: the more money you make, the more you can
Tia: you have to work hard to get that money. I
don't think so, I don't think so at all. They have
to breathe the same air that you do, they don't
believe that the second coming is about to happen,
they work hard to make the country prosperous.
Russ: yeah, for the most part, they don't own it
themselves, it's a Board of Directors and things
like that that actually run a company.
Russ: the big ass ones.
Tia: okay, let's......
Russ: so they can't say, "well I want this or that",
they have to have it all in agreement.
Tia: okay, let's bring it down to a personal level.
Tia: okay, let us say that your cybercafe is doing
Tia: extremely well. And you, instead of just
yourself, you employ six people.
Tia: and you're making a clear profit of $5000 a
month. Pure profit, after overheads and everything.
Tia: okay, now you've got two options. One is you
stick it into your own personal pocket or, you hire
another person to make the life easier for the
people working for you, and in doing so increase the
productivity even more generating more revenue.
Which instead of having $5000 a month pure profit,
you still keep the same $5000 of pure profit plus
you're hiring an extra person. Which is better? Now
let's say you do that.
Russ: all right.
Tia: I am Mr. Bush, I come along and say okay,
because you're being so profitable and you're doing
the economy so good, I'm now going to increase your
taxes. I'm going to increase your taxes by a
percentage, which somehow equals the cost of the new
employee that you've just got. What are you going to
do now, fire that new employee because now you're
losing money? Or are you going to take a smaller
margin of profit?
Russ: take a smaller margin of profit.
Russ: because the employee was designed to ease the
other worker's burden....
Russ: and make them happy.
Tia: okay, so you do the right thing.
Russ: it could be productivity goes up too.
Tia: no, it's not going to go up.
Tia: okay, so you're now being penalized for doing
something good. Now, is that right?
Russ: no, but isn't there a tax cut going into
effect that will affect those people?
Tia: uh-huh. It affects them, but not you, the
Tia: you see?
Tia: okay, now let's look at the other way. Let us
say that you hire this person, he increases your
profits and you still maintain that $5000 profit. I
come along, I'm Mr. George W. Bush again and I say,
well thank you very much indeed Russ for taking
somebody off off the street for us. Tell you what
we're going to do, we're going to decrease how much
you pay in utilities which is going to bump you up
an extra hundred dollars a week, or which works out
at $400 a month. Now what are you going to do with
that extra $400? Are you going to reward your
employees or are you going to pocket it? Or, are you
going to hire another person, part-time for a
hundred dollars a week?
Russ: it all depends, first off, on whether the
employees need that hundred dollars to stay happy.
Russ: the other point is, do I need to hire the
Russ: I mean or do I have two heavy of an overhead
Tia: don't forget, you're still making that $5000
pure profit after the overheads and everything have
Russ: put it back in the business.
Tia: smart move.
Russ: somewhere. Either improving equipment...
Tia: but you see what is happening. First of all, I
Tia: and you bite the bullet and do the right thing.
Not everybody would do that. Whether or not it is
right, I personally feel it's right. Whether or not
it would be right, is besides the point.
Russ: right, you know after whether you're making it
or you went bankrupt.
Tia: uh-huh. Now, being rewarded for being
profitable gave you the incentive to put the money
back into the company. Which in turn can increase
the revenue and maybe later on you would end up
hiring another person again.
Tia: which is good for the local economy.
Tia: and you're being rewarded for being helpful as
opposed to the other one, which is the more common
ones that has happened in the past with other
political organizations and administrations, you are
penalized. The harder you work, the more that you
Tia: so big business, even though I scaled it down
to a much, much smaller size, is very important. I
scaled it way back, you see?
Tia: I put it on a personal level to you. Now, let's
take it to the big business side. Okay, let us say
that your five employees actually represented 5000
each. The one equals 5000 people.
Tia: okay, that's 25,000 people that you hire, that
you have working for you. That makes you big,
Tia: okay, let's say you're going to hire another
5000 and give them a salary and you're, instead of
making $5000 a month, are making, let us say $50,000
a month pure profit.
Tia: okay, are you going to hire that extra 5000
Russ: if there's good cause.
Tia: uh-huh. Your business is growing, you can do it
if you're not penalized. If you're penalized, you
can't do it. If you're rewarded, you can actually
instead of hiring 5000, you can hire 6000 people.
Admittedly, that extra thousand is going to be
part-time positions, but still, you're benefiting
the local economy or the country's economy. Which
are you going to do? Which will it be, you're
rewarded or you are penalized, which is better?
Russ: well rewarded, of course.
Tia: uh-huh, which is what is happening now. They're
being rewarded for generating the profit that has
given a level of comfort of the economy at its
present location. In the past, they were penalized.
What's the incentive for them to continue expanding
and working it they're going to be penalized?
Russ: well it's not, they've been cutting back.
Russ: that's where you get these big layoffs and
scale backs and everything else.
Tia: uh-huh. Okay, so which is better?
Russ: always rewarded.
Tia: uh-huh, which is what is happening. They are
being rewarded and stimulated to work with the
government to help through the hard times that are
about to happen, that the government knows are about
to happen. They've been talking about the slowing
down of the economy now for five months.
Russ: right. Yeah, that's about when it started
Tia: uh-huh. And who was in office then?
Russ: I think Bush, I mean Clinton.
Tia: uh-huh, it wasn't Bush, it was Clinton.
Clinton, Clinton, Clinton, Clinton. Who's getting
blamed for the slowdown now?
Russ: well, we called that a long time ago.
Tia: uh-huh, it's Bush.
Tia: okay, she's prepped, she's ready, she can't
talk until she's finished.
Tia: she's very prepped.
Russ: this is a test?
Tia: we'll see.
(Tia says goodbye in Duriondedunn)
(Bunny is on to channel the Sirian representative)
The representative: greetings and requesting
forgiveness for the delay in responding to questions
that have been posed. It is my duty as a
representative of Sirius through the medium that has
been given to us to be used in this communication to
relay the information that I am much on dwelling,
thinking deeply on the questions that have been
posed and answers will be forthcoming. I apologize
again for the delay in the necessary dwelling time
that I am experiencing. The mishap that created the
lack of communication between us and the other
representatives, I ask for forgiveness, but it was
things outside of my control. However, much as I
have had the opportunity to dwell, I hope you have
also had that opportunity to dwell. As I have stated
in the past, the language is a very important issue
that we need to address. Many of the idioms used in
the communications that we have had amongst
ourselves, especially the representatives for the
Zeta, seems to be a very key issue that we need to
enunciate clearly and simply what we actually mean.
If this takes a large amount of time to do so, then
that is necessary to avoid any misunderstanding. I
must stress that we must avoid any misunderstanding
like the ones that have occurred so far. So we need
to formulate precisely and clearly the groundwork
for the language to be used. It is important that
you agree with me, and I am open to discussion and
negotiation, that we work on the language so that we
can understand clearly what we are saying. I
understand with the Zeta representative that the
representative is a channel, a conscious channel,
and in doing so, she will put her own
interpretations on things. I would like to be clear
on this, but when she is channeling the Zeta's, or
what is her own thoughts. I know it is difficult,
but it is something that needs to be stressed, so
that I know when I am dealing with the Zeta's, or
when I am dealing with somebody that is dwelling in
the third dimensional for their consciousness. I
know that I have been guilty of using phraseology
that is hard to understand and trying to simplify it
so that it is easy to understand. Words that I have
never heard of I have had to use and the
translations that I use seem to become a little
confused. Hopefully, by using the medium that I am
using now, it will be able to relay this information
in a much more clearly and concise manner to
minimize misunderstandings that I may generate. And
I wish that it would be the Zeta's decision to do
likewise so that the misunderstandings can be
minimized. Thank you very much, it is my pleasure
and duty and honor, the Sirian representative.
(Bunny is back as herself that
the programming is complete)
Bunny: that hurts.
Russ: hi Bunny
Bunny: yo, it hurts.
Russ: I'll bet it hurts.
Bunny: it hurts like you wouldn't believe.
Russ: I'm glad you're doing it and not me. I don't
think I could put up with the pain.
Bunny: it hurts here....
Bunny: it hurts here......
Bunny: and it hurts here.
Russ: double ouch.
Bunny: uh-huh. Originally it just hurt here, but
having me keyword settings set up, that hurts.
Russ: you did really well though.
Russ: you did very well.
Bunny: it hurts.
Bunny: it wasn't me, it was her. I don't mean her as
in Kiri, it's the fact of the way it was loaded into
me that it was set up that Kiri needed to access it
and to have it ready to come interrupted and and to
Russ: it spewed well.
Bunny: what did I say?
Russ: well you basically talked about the conference
and how the wording that's been used so far has been
at sometimes misconstrued or not translated properly
from the Sirian representative and how the Zeta
representative has been using both speaking from her
own point of view and also channeling the Zetas.
We've been getting where you can't tell one from the
Russ: and it's been very confusing......
bunny: none of this, what I just said, I did not
Russ: I didn't think you would.
Bunny: I didn't recall going in.......oh, I recall
going in. She's nice. I remember going in there, I
remember her offering me some juice and I remember
Russ: oh, that's very nice.
Bunny: that's all I remember apart from I had
cookies all down the front of my halter top.
Bunny: don't know what happened in between. Just
like I don't know what I just said.
Russ: ahh. That was well done.
Bunny: it hurts.
Russ: ahh well yeah, that would make sense.
Russ: like pins you've got to to put in or just the
Bunny: just keywords.
Bunny: but it hurts right here, right here, and
Russ: oh, you need a nice massage.
Bunny: hmm, full body massage so I can get up
Russ: I was thinking your head massage, somebody to
rub your head.
Bunny: oh I'm sorry, I was thinking somebody could
rub.....nevermind. With their head between
my.....NNNWWW. Okay, now then, have I done my thing?
Russ: you've done your thing.
Bunny: I did my thing.
Russ: you did your thing.
Bunny: okay. Why are you thinking.......who is a guy
that has information loaded down popular of your
Russ: oh, let's see, if I'm translating this
(Bunny starts side two where
side one left off)
Russ: is it the Mnemonics?
Russ: "John Mnemonics", that's it.
Bunny: uh-huh, why are we.....explain that, it's
an interesting concept.
Russ: okay, "Johnny Mnemonics" is a popular movie
from a guy starring Keanu Reeves where he has an
Russ: that can hold so many giga or mega gigabytes
of information through......
bunny: what's a gigabyte?
Russ: a gigabyte is a computer term for a billion
bits of information.
Russ: he can hold so many billions of gigabytes or
whatever. And so basically he would go around to
various corporations or people who need to hire
him, and they would load him full of information
and then he would have these little key pictures..
Russ: that they would send off to the place that
he was going to download to.......
Russ: and then he would go off to that place, and
they would show him the pictures and the
information would get downloaded to their
Russ: so it was a very safe way of transferring
stuff without it being intercepted electronically
Russ: but the problem was he was a courier so he
could be intercepted himself and killed on the
Russ: but yeah, it would be similar to what just
happened to you.
Bunny: not really. I'll have to look into that
popular entertainment. I don't think it was
similar at all from what the images you're
Russ: oh. Well, it was key pictures, you use key
Russ: information was loaded in and then
information was loaded out.
Bunny: from what Kiri was just whispering that
it's her voice that is part of the programming to
generate....Omal programs........because I don't
remember that either, going to Omal's office. She
was there, she programmed mental restraints into
me, I was taken down there.....I actually got to
run one of those trolley things. I was taken in,
she offered me a cup of juice, I assume some
cookies and she loaded my mind.
Bunny: and then I was told, have a good day and I
Russ: but you got to meet her though.
Bunny: and I'll be meeting her again.
Russ: excellent. So was she everything you thought
she might be?
Bunny: she's shorter than I thought she would be.
Bunny: she's younger looking than I thought she
would be and she's also more regal looking.
Russ: uh-huh, smart cookie.
Bunny: she's very smart. She's also totally
Bunny: because I do remember when I talked to her
to arrange to go over to get the information, I'm
thinking, "my she's cute". And she goes, "I'm not
interested in sex or lovemaking". So I'm like,
"why would you think that"? And her comment was
that I was oozing sex. And so I asked her, "I said
are you interested in some recreation?" and she
goes, "it's been so long. I don't even know how to
Bunny: she's not interested, she's asexual.
Bunny: no interest in sex whatsoever.
Russ: well, she certainly has priorities straight.
Bunny: uh-huh. Oh, she......let me put that
straight. She has children, she has grandchildren,
she has great grandchildren.
Bunny: it's just that she has no interest in sex
at this time.
Russ: oh. Someone who is serious for their craft,
I can't argue with that.
Russ: I mean, God, I'd get a lot more stuff done
if I wasn't so much into sex.
Bunny: oh, she's very focused.
Russ: oh yeah.
Russ: it's probably necessary in the job she's
got. If I had her job, I be pretty asexual too.
It's a lot of responsibility, but you have to be
asexual to even get to that point.
Bunny: I don't know.
Russ: I don't either. It works for her.
Russ: oh well. Good to see you tonight dear.
Bunny: oh thank you.
Russ: I notice the bunnies a partner in the villa.
What's up with that?
Bunny: just practicing rabbit taming.
Russ: rabbit taming. Is that what your character
is, a rabbit tamer?
Bunny: no, it's just Kiri suggested to get my IQ
Russ: oh, your intelligence?
Russ: now what are you doing a swords and mage I
noticed or something like that? Like a tank mage?
Bunny: what's a tank mage?
Russ: oh a tank mage would be a swordsman with a
lot of high magery.
Bunny: no, it's a way of getting the dex up.
Bunny: healer mage.
Russ: healer mage. But you have swords?
Bunny: it's a way of getting the dex up.
Russ: no, swords gets up strength.
Bunny: sorry, strength.
Russ: right. Hmm, now I have to.....he didn't show
you.....well, I'll have to work with him on
that.....show you the 20/20 rule.
Bunny: you lost me.
Russ: well 20/20 is where you basically go into
town with like 5000 gold.....
Russ: you go buy skills, doesn't matter what.
Cooking, music, sewing, anything to get your
skills capped out at 700.
Russ: then, you go back to the villa and then what
you do is........let's say you want to get your
strength up.....you have your wrestling set at
Russ: and you have everything else under show
real, you know the little button that says show
real. You click.....
Russ: oh. If you go to skills, you see a little
button there that says show real.
Russ: yeah, on your little paper doll?
Russ: okay, there's a little button there, a
little bar that says skills. So you click
Bunny: I've got a confession.
Bunny: I don't read English.
Russ: oh. Well, she can point it out, it's the
fourth one down.
Bunny: okay, I don't read English.
Russ: that would be a problem.
Bunny: uh-huh. When it comes up with everything in
the bottom, I just look at it and it looks nice.
Russ: okay, well I...
Bunny: I like the color, the patterns look nice.
Russ: I'll have Mark go ahead and I'll show him
that trick s to get your stuff up. Just tell us
what you want. I have it up and we'll get it up
Russ: easily done.
Bunny: everything else is irrelevant.
Russ: okay, healing and majery.
Bunny: oh, and music skill.
Russ: oh, easy. Okay.
Bunny: because I want to be able to heal anything
and stop fights.
Russ: oh, so you want to do peacemaking?
Bunny: peacemaking, yes.
Russ: it's a skill.
Russ: so you get.....
Bunny: it is?
Russ: yeah, peacemaking skill. What you do is you
Bunny: oh, okay.
Russ: somebody's being chased by something, you
use peacemaking and it stops it from chasing that
person or yourself or something.
Russ: they forget to fight.
Bunny: I normally just take off my clothes for
that. I had some fun last night.
Russ: then you're stuck in a diaper.
Bunny: yeah, unfortunately. I noticed that a.....
Russ: I like your outfit though. What happened
Bunny: oh, we had a little bit of fun going on up
here. We took Mark down to the corner bar, myself,
and two girlfriends.
Bunny: and we went down to the corner bar, and it
was mainly just people my age and a little older
up to Mark's age group, the youngsters on the
Bunny: we wanted Tia to come, but she was feeling
tired. So we're down there, we started using
skills for fun. The more that we had to tipple,
the more the skills got. We were playing one game
is a manifestors game and that's called
regurgitate the drink.
Bunny: uh-huh. And the thing is, that what you try
to do is you create either an odor or something
that will make that person bring up their drink
that they've just had.
Bunny: and the person that wins is the person that
keeps down their drink.
Bunny: we didn't let Mark play for the simple
reason that to be blunt, his mind isn't that
highly tuned to be able to pick up on those
Russ: well yeah.
Bunny: then we played a PKer's game. Again, Mark
had to sit down because he's not a PKer.
Bunny: and that is, remove the clothes.
Russ: you're not a PKer are you? Is it fully
Russ: oh, it's healing that's not fully developed.
Russ: that's right.
Bunny: but it's working on it.
Russ: I thought it was PK.
Bunny: no, it's not PK. I have
everything........the actual weak one is the
Russ: oh, okay.
Bunny: uh-huh, I'll bring that one up. And then
there's the coercer game. And the coercer game is,
was one of the things where we let the morals step
to one side, and it's whatever you desire, you
have to get the other person or persons to do.
Bunny: we let Mark play that one and everybody was
pretty lenient on him apart from myself.
Bunny: uh-huh. But he did actually managed to
coerce one of my friends into waving her panties
Russ: oh, that's a pretty good start.
Bunny: uh-huh, her shields were easy to dismantle.
Bunny: and then there's the astral travelers game.
And this is a good one, you'll love this one. The
astral traveler has to get into the trance, get to
the other side of the room, read the note that we
write......and we had to write in English for Mark
so I don't know what it was.......and get back and
tell us what the note said, whilst everybody's
heckling and we have a timer going.
Russ: oh, well how did Mark do?
Bunny: came second.
Russ: that's pretty good.
Bunny: the young lady that he coerced to wave her
panties, she is border point Paramount Grand
Russ: oh wow.
Bunny: uh-huh, she beat him.
Russ: does she know English?
Bunny: no, she speaks English, but she can't read
Russ: so how did she read the note?
Bunny: we write a separate note for each person
Russ: oh, oh, oh, I see.
Bunny: I lost miserably, I was forfeit on that
game so I had to strip on the table.
Russ: no big chore for you.
Bunny: oh, no big chore. But when she lost her
game, we blindfolded her and the person's lap that
she sat down, she is their plaything.
Russ: oh, how fun.
Bunny: uh-huh. I cheated, I made sure she landed
on Mark's lap. He needs something young.
Russ: well good job, congratulations.
Bunny: uh-huh. That's the games we play.
Russ: that sounds like fun actually.
Bunny: uh-huh. Oh there is another one that is a
manifestor's game and that's incinerate the
Russ: uh-huh, while they're wearing them?
Bunny: now here's the hard part.
Russ: that sounds tricky.
Bunny: oh, it is very tricky. Okay, if you
incinerate the clothes, you get a round of
applause.......if you incinerate the clothes,
round of applause.....if you burn them, you have
to take care of their wounds and their burns. Now,
to win the game, you have to take the
molecules....the correct molecules that were their
clothing, which is now ashes on the floor, and
reassemble their clothes.
Russ: that's tough.
Bunny: thank you, thank you, thank you.
Russ: you did it?
Bunny: I did it, but I didn't do it fast enough.
Bunny: had a guy that was a little older than
Mark, he was the one that did it real fast. He
just phhmp incinerated the clothes, poor Mark's
standing there totally, buck naked looking very
embarrassed. Did this with his hands, looking
around very embarrassed, this guy just went,
clothes were fixed.
Russ: no way.
Bunny: uh-huh apart from Mark had his hands inside
Russ: that is tricky.
Bunny: so, when are we going to get Velvet up
Russ: oh, there's a tricky one.
Russ: for one thing, she's not an astral traveler
trained or anyway.
Bunny: I can......
Russ: so, Mark has to be the one to take her up.
Russ: but, she has to agree to want to be taken
Russ: and she has to make some time where she can
be taken up.
(we hear a knock on the door)
Russ: hey, you catch Bunny again.
(Bunny blows a raspberry)
Bunny: if you had come down earlier on, you would
have seen a very interesting side of what
Russ: yeah, she communicated for the Sirian
representative what needed to be said.
Russ: she doesn't remember it, but....
Bunny: nope, don't remember a word. Just thinking
about it actually.......okay, I'm channeling
through Mark and the representative channeled
through me so that would be.....
Russ: a double channel.
Bunny: would she be channeling through Mark or me?
Bunny: no, because I channeled her through Mark.
Russ: but you're just a go-between between her and
Bunny: uh-huh. Isn't Mark just a go-between
(Russ chuckles at that)
Bunny: okay, so those were the games that we were
Russ: they were good ones.
Bunny: uh-huh, very cool. Some of the forfeits are
a little bit interesting though.
Russ: how so?
Bunny: well, apart from some of the sexual ones.
There is also the one where, for example, for the
forfeits for one of the guys that was involved in
the astral travel race, he had to push a cork
across the corner bar with his nose.
Bunny: keeping one end always forward.
Russ: well at least it's only his nose.
Bunny: uh-huh. But by that point we were getting
quite lubricated. Not sexually, just liquid
Russ: ahh. Sounds like fun actually.
Bunny: uh-huh, it was a lot of fun, we played some
interesting games. There's also the spoon game.
Russ: what's the spoon game?
Bunny: okay, first of all, you have to get one
Bunny: then, using your ultra senses....this is a
game, anybody can play.....you plug your ears, and
your eyes and your nose. All you've got is your
Russ: all right.
Bunny: okay, you have a spoon on the table.
Bunny: okay. What you have to do is to pick up the
spoon with your hands behind your back and balance
it on your nose.
Russ: are you picking it up with your mouth?
Bunny: uh-huh. Don't forget, you're blindfolded,
your nose is clogged so you can't smell and your
hearing is impaired.
Russ: you have to locate the spoon, cover it with
your mouth and then get it on to your nose and
balance it on your nose?
Russ: does it matter the position it's on your
Russ: just as long as it's on your nose.
Bunny: uh-huh. The more skilled you are, the
higher the task is.
Russ: yeah, if you've got to stand it on its edge
on top of your nose, that'd be pretty typical.
Bunny: uh-huh, I can do it.
Russ: you can do it?
Bunny: uh-huh, as long as I'm sober.
Russ: ahh, I couldn't do it if I was drunk.
Bunny: you ought to see what happens when you're
drunk trying to do it.
Russ: spoons all over the place.
Bunny: well trying to find it and finding the
right one because everybody's got their own spoon
that they have put out for them....
Bunny: it gets really funny.
Russ: hmm, I can see how it could be done.
Russ: it's actually the process of doing it might
be a little tough.
Bunny: you've got to be very clever with your
Russ: no doubt. I'll tell you about the
manifestor's game in a little bit.
Bunny: yes, the manifestor's game.
Russ: that's just too cool.
Russ: yeah see, I would have been blown out of
every competition and I'd be sitting there having
to do all these forfeit multi-things.
Bunny: I like the other manifestor's game.
Russ: which one is that?
Bunny: the one where you manifest an odor?
Russ: oh, that one.
Bunny: keeping the drink down game?
Russ: yeah. That one sounds a little messy.
Bunny: uh-huh, that's normally later on when we've
had quite a bit to drink. They get worse the more
Russ: well, that helps because you get the drink
out of you.
Russ: who won that?
Bunny: I don't know, I was actually getting close
to being facedown at that point. Actually, I was
kind of head down, butt up.
Russ: ahh, yeah, that would be pretty much you
would be forfeiting that one.
Bunny: uh-huh. Actually, was it that one? Yeah,
that was the point we were getting ready to leave,
and Mark had to help me up to my feet.
Russ: ahh, sounds like a successful party anyway.
Bunny: uh-huh, we closed the bar.
Russ: yeah, I can imagine.
Russ: so any hangover the next morning?
Russ: drinking something that was
Bunny: no, I just had something to drink on the
way back and then I took some tablets to help
balance everything that have been urinated out,
and thrown up.
Russ: oooh. Well that's good. At least you back to
normal the next day.
Russ: I would take a few days on that one.
Bunny: uh-huh. A part of the thing was that this
morning had to go and be programmed.
Russ: yes, well that would affect.....
Bunny: so I didn't have any class so I thought I
would have some fun the night before.
Russ: oh, good call.
Bunny: apparently, it made me very pliable and
Russ: it probably didn't help your headache
Bunny: no, probably did not.
Russ: now you're going, "why did I drink so much
Bunny: it kind of does feel like
having........it's worst than a hangover actually.
Especially the locations right here......here and
here. Actually the one here is starting to go
Russ: oh, that's good.
Bunny: this one here where the third eye would go
seems to be the problem. Seems to be the feeling
of there is a very serious reason for this one
Bunny: uh-huh. I think this was loading point.
Russ: that would be the pituitary.
Russ: that would make sense, it is the gateway to
Bunny: uh-huh. But besides the eyes and up here
Russ: just storage space.
Bunny: probably, probably, but behind the eyes?
Russ: well yeah, you got jammed full of
information. It blew out some synapses probably
here and there that will heal up, but in the
meantime you had to have some.......
Bunny: I hope they're healed up by next week
because I've got to do it again.
Russ: well yeah, the brain's pretty functional as
far as that goes.
Russ: we only use a 10th, you probably use maybe a
Bunny: uh-huh. Actually, my skin's very sensitive
right now since I.......it's like everything is
Bunny: nothing was real, even sitting down and
having dinner. I didn't taste anything, drinking,
I knew what I was doing but it was all
Bunny: but now, my skin is so incredibly
Russ: well, that sounds like a good thing, right?
Russ: seems like you want sensitive skin.
Bunny: oh yeah, I like sensitive skin. So, when
are you going to get Velvet up?
Bunny: I'd like to talk to her.
Russ: we got to get Velvet up to channel....
Russ: shouldn't be too tough now.
Russ: and then, if she's coming here, we'll just
have to arrange for an earlier session is all.
Bunny: uh-huh. Could you find out if it would be
okay if I wrote to her?
Russ: yeah, sure.
Russ: I'd be very happy too.
Bunny: what's that feline doing?
Russ: I don't know, what's he looking at? What are
you doing Mongi? Relaxed.
Bunny: probably adding extra protein to her diet.
Bunny: doesn't have any gender.
Russ: yes she does, there's nothing there.
Bunny: yeah, I was about to say, I didn't get the
feeling of any ovaries or anything.
Russ: no, she got fixed.
Bunny: fixed, wouldn't that be breaking her?
Russ: no, that would be fixing her so she can't
Bunny: but if it was fixing for her, that's
Russ: well I know, it's the name they use.
Bunny: no, you lost me in the translation. So....
Russ: yeah, you're basically breaking her. Taking
out her natural cycle.......
Russ: and you're replacing it with one where she
can't have kids.
Bunny: yeah. I think you learned the valuable
lesson about pity, that pity is sometimes a
Russ: indeed I did. But, getting Daniel out of it,
I have to admit, it was probably the best thing
that ever happened to me in my life.
Bunny: oh, most certainly, most certainly but what
I saw was the once feeling of pity that turned to
Russ: yeah, pretty much.
Bunny: uh-huh. I think that might've been, I also
saw something about in there a gift and I couldn't
track it down.
Russ: it was probably Daniel.
Bunny: no, a voice. Somebody else's voice.
Sananda's voice I think it was. I've only ever
heard him talk once.....
Bunny: it's a gift, a comment about a gift.
Russ: he did mention a gift.
Bunny: uh-huh. And it would be, from Russ to Russ.
That's what I heard, a gift from Russ to Russ.
Russ: well, you've got it nailed down perfectly,
that is exactly what he said. I don't remember it
Bunny: uh-huh, I don't think he was referring to a
Russ: he wasn't?
Bunny: no, I don't think so. I don't know what he
was referring to.....
Bunny: but it didn't sound like a child. It
sounded like something that was from you to you.
Only you didn't know it.
Russ: you got me. Understanding maybe, I don't
know. Maybe more compassion but there you go
Russ: expensive luxury.
Bunny: uh-huh. And it's a luxury you can't afford
Russ: I got Daniel.
Russ: that's worth a bit, he's a good kid.
Bunny: yes he is.
Russ: he's going to be a great kid someday.
Russ: and it's a lesson I've got a learn. My third
dimension is full of lessons. Got to take them
when they come, you've got to thank them for being
there. Can't get disgusted or bummed that you've
got them, you just have to be glad that you did.
Bunny: anger is a very useful emotion.
Russ: I agree, I agree.
Russ: but at same time, sometimes it has no place.
Bunny: sometimes it can be a very useful tool if
is focused and channeled right. The same as
Russ: true, true. The thing that is the tricky
part is focusing it right.
Bunny: uh-huh. Now the question is, you think of
it as a game of chess that you've lost a couple of
key pieces, that you can still win.
Russ: hmm, I suppose.
Russ: that's one of the things where the game's
not over yet.
Bunny: oh, it's far from over.
Russ: there's a lot of stuff to be done, a lot of
moves to be played.
Russ: but, there again, look at the teachers I
have each week and then I've got to go face a
third dimensional lifelike environment........
Russ: the dichotomy is quite strange to deal with.
Russ: but, there you go, without the dichotomy, I
miss the lessons. Without the lessons....
Russ: dichotomy would be opposites.
Bunny: you have to remember that I am very limited
in my English ability.
Russ: that's right. No, one set of circumstances
being opposite to the other.
Russ: in this case, having sixth dimensional
teachers but dealing with third dimensional
Russ: the two sometimes do clash.
Bunny: oh, I should imagine it would be very hard
Russ: it's got its challenges but at the same
time, like I say, I wouldn't give up a single one
Bunny: you see and do be having a lot of third
dimensional challenges just recently.
Russ: well, growth does that to you.
Russ: anytime you're growing, you're going to get
challenged. The more growth, the more challenges.
Russ: this must be a time of huge growth for me.
Bunny: looking deeper into your mind, I see a time
about seven years ago where there was no growth
for a long time.
Bunny: you were enjoying......bongs? Is that the
Russ: yeah, marijuana, weed.....
Bunny: uh-huh, yes, I know what cannabis is.
Russ: right, I was basically just vegetating you
Russ: but that was the point where I really didn't
have any direction.
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