(Our ring mistress is Tia who is
in a joyful mood)
(Tia sings her signature spider ditty along with
some "Sorcerer's Apprentice")
Tia: okay, right. Okay, let's first of all look at
the current political situation and, "I didn't know
it was a fundraiser". As stated by Mr. Igor.....
Russ: oh that's fun raiser.
Tia: what, what did I say?
Tia: yeah, well. Now, Mr. Igor, Al Gore, living in
paradise........yes, Mr. Al Gore's
paradise......anyway, in all seriousness, as I'm
being frivolous as I've just been
reminded.........the fundraiser and the fact that
Mr. Igor did not seem to realize that it was a
fundraiser. Very odd that, especially when it's
discussed in his office about the fundraising at the
monastery. He's in a lot of hot water, a lot of hot
water. Also, let us have a look at Mr. Al Gore's
telephone calls. "I didn't do anything illegal. Well
at least I didn't think it was illegal". "I
reimbursed the White House". "I only made a few
calls, 47...oh, 48, that you guys know of so far".
That's not a few in my opinion. Making campaign
calls from a federal building is, as we know
illegal. So, what is Mr. Al Gore up to? He's
covering his tush and not very well at that.
Russ: maybe he's throwing the election?
Tia: could be, could be throwing the election. But
the thing is that by having it out now, you see,
this is a little bit on the clever side, people are
going to be not so much concerned about the problem
when it comes time for his election attempt at the
presidency you see. So by getting it all out in the
open now leads to the objective of having it
forgotten by the time election time comes around.
The campaign finance fund reform thingy, it's
getting a little bit bogged down due to the fact
that it's developed a serious case of partisanship.
Serious case, is meant to be a bipartisan group.
Sen. Glenn has sided with the president, which makes
it partisan, as has some of his colleagues. The
Republicans having seen this, have sided with their
side, so it's gotten an acute case of partisanship.
At the moment they're fighting that as opposed to
what really is going on. So, how do they get back on
track? Well, somebody needs to take the bull by the
horns, give them a good kick swift in the sit upon
and say, "get your act act together, this is meant
to be bipartisan, not partisan." Okay, let's move
along to the market. The market at the moment seems
to be slowing down, then it seems to be steadying
temporarily. I'm expecting some spectacular jumps
coming soon. Now this all depends on whether or not
they raise the......now what is the word? It's the
treasury does something or another and if they raise
Russ: interest rates?
Tia: interest rates, thank you. If they raise the
interest rates the stock market will go into
conniption fits. If they don't, the stock market
will cruise along pretty much as it is. So it's one
of those things that it will continue to climb, but
it will also do the same thing at the same time as
dropping as it has done in the past. Now, what is
going on here? Well it's a little bit difficult and
complicated to say and I really don't have the time
to get into a dissertation on why the stock market
is vacillating at a rather odd frequency. Beats me.
Well it doesn't beat me, I know, but I can't really
say. Okay, last but not least, the gossip column.
There is going to be a track meet and the elected
captain will be hosting a barbecue afterwards mainly
to coincide with yet another salmon festival. Tree
felling will start in the ski area as they wish to
cut a couple new runs. The ski committee will be
meeting towards the end of the month. The date has
not been set, but people are asked to submit their
names for the ski team. We need people for the
downhill, biathlon, slalom, giant slalom, super G.
Also, we need some brave and foolhardy individuals
for the Robert sled team. I think.......is it Robert sled?
Tia: bobsled, yes, for the bobsled team. Four man
team or four-person team. There will be a swim party
for the juvenile delinquents.......scratch the
delinquent part......the juveniles on the base
followed by a barbecue of salmon. It's come as you
are or as you want to be. No births this
month.....or so far this month. Let me see, what
else, what else, what else, what else, what else? Oh
yes, there will be a party at the corner bar coming
up at the end of the week to wish a bon voyage to a
most talented young lady who's been staying for the
past month on the base. All is invited and welcomed.
It starts at midnight, prompt. If you wish to bring
a gift you are welcome to do so, but she is limited
on carry on luggage capacity. Any questions?
Russ: yeah, on the......couple things. First off, on
the campaign finance reform committee?
Russ: if they're both.......Democrats and
Republicans figure it out, why should it be
bipartisan? Why don't they just go for it for the
prospective parties and then come to an agreement
when both parties agree?
Tia: because the actions created by the Democrats is
basically slowing down what is actually going on.
They were asked to investigate the irregularities in
their campaign fund problem. The only found one
Republican, but they found a whole slew of Democrats
that were responsible.
Russ: so they just get a special prosecutor that's
not involved one way or another.
Tia: ahh, unfortunately you can't get a special
prosecutor that is not partisan one way or the
other. It's a very awkward situation. You take the
Kenneth Starr investigation and he is being more
partisan towards the Republicans and unfortunately
he got very frustrated with the Democrats and their
slowness to produce requested documents and so on.
Russ: hmm, I see.
Tia: see? So that's a special problem there.
Russ: okay. Also, on a status check....
Russ: for changes on a global scale....
Tia: they've already started.
Russ: obviously, but with that, where is a defining
point that we can see some evidence of that?
Tia: hmmm, well morals is one thing that is always a
good thing to look at. Something else to look at is
Russ: the thing is though, with morals and crime
statistics, it's something that you can't really see
as a pattern that's increased dramatically. It's
something that you just look at and it's sort of
like watching a baby grow up, you can't really see
the growth changes because you're growing with it.
Tia: correct, but if you look back over the past you
will see that there is a difference. Also, you need
to look at other things along the lines of economic
behaviors in countries externally. For example,
Malaysia, Germany, you need to look at their
unemployment figures and their outgoing money into
such social services as unemployment benefits.
Russ: I see. So the changes we're talking about are
worldwide changes, they aren't something restricted
strictly to the United States?
Tia: no, no, no, I've never said that there were any
that were restricted to the United States, all on a
Russ: ahh excellent.
Tia: certainly, there are things that you can look
internally such as morals, crime statistics, the
general level of frustration with social and
economic behaviors. Growth, increase in spending,
new house starts. Increase in spending normally is
something that occurs before the event happens.
Tia: people seem to buy things, luxury items that
they can ill afford, but they see them as necessary
such as dishwashers, new cars, clothes washers,
clothes dryers, things of that nature.
Tia: big-screen TVs, etc.
Tia: durable goods I think it is.
Tia: so you see the problems there and they seem to
not be interested in buying important things,
Russ: okay, what about bank failures?
Tia: bank failures, they can play a role in it but
at this time I don't see it as a problem.
Russ: I see, so the savings and loan failures of the
80s weren't really any kind of an indicator factor?
Tia: hmm, a little, a little. That goes into risky
businesses, but it is something that if it happens
again, then it starts to form a pattern.
Russ: oh I see.
Tia uh-huh. Okay, any more questions?
Russ: that's it.
(Korton fills in for Omal this
Korton: greetings Russ.
Russ: greetings Korton.
Korton: okay, tonight we will have a special joint
session but that will be later and I will not be
involved in it apart from the fact that I will be on
the sidelines. However, I will have to hand over to
our apprentice censor as I do have a Council meeting
that I do need to join, but that will not be for a
passing of time yet. Okay, first of all, let me give
a brief dissertation and continue from where I left
off last week on the eloquence of communication and
pronunciation and annunciation and the correct,
specific pattern that is easy to understand. If you
remember, we were discussing.....or rather I was
dissertating the importance of being able to
communicate on a crisp and clear level. It has come
to my attention that you have been practicing some
of this and trying to communicate in an eloquent
way, that people are interacting with you in a
different way. This is good, what is occurring is
exactly what is necessary. You are now being a
person that is looked upon with respect as opposed
to somebody that is a bit of a laid back, surfer
type. But, that in itself can be a useful tool
knowing when to use which particular style of
communication is a key to a good communicator.
Communicators, as a whole, are not just versed in
one style of communication. They will talk in many
different ways and in many different facets
depending on the situations and individuals they are
communicating with. For example, a good communicator
dealing with children will get down on a level that
is eye to eye with them. They know that when dealing
with children, that if you are talking to them from
on high, they will either hold you in awe or, they
will get fidgety and not listen and feel intimidated
and the information will not sink in. So, when you
deal with children on an eye to eye level, it is
easier to communicate with them. Again, dealing with
a different group of individuals, teenagers. Now
teenagers are a tricky group of individuals. They
are very moody, they are experiencing the first
enjoyments of youth so therefore getting their
attention and holding it is something that is
necessary. You can stand and lay down the law and
tell them the way that it is until you are green in
the face. But, to get the full effect, you have to
get their attention and make them interact in a way
that is beneficial for you and for them. You have to
make it interesting. They do like analogies. After
all, they are not that far from children themselves.
Children like stories and stories with morals.
Adolescents like stories, but they don't like
stories, so you have to use analogies and a language
that they understand. Again, as with little
children, if you do the on high routine, “this is
how it is, this is the way it is, this is the way it
is always been", you will lose their interest and
they will get fidgety and pay no attention and you
can continue your discussion or dissertation until
they are green in the face. So, you have to make it
lively and interactive for them so that they can
understand and digest what is actually being said in
a way that is useful for them. That is another key
to a communicator, knowing the audience or group of
individuals that you are communicating with.
Speaking to them on a level plane. Do not talk down
to them, do not behave in a superior way. Now,
dealing with a group of adults. Most adults are
intelligent enough to understand when you are
communicating in a crisp, clear, eloquent pattern.
But, if you use slangs and phrases, this too can
catch their attention. After all, does not everybody
on your planet like stories? I've mentioned three
kinds of stories. This is a useful tool. If you
explain it in a story, you have to be short, you do
not want to be too long. Telling a long story will
lose their interest, unless you can paint a really
good picture. There are very few communicators on
your planet that can do so. Using soundbites or
phrases in a communication is again a very useful
tool. There is a individual that unfortunately is in
the middle stages of a disease called Alzheimer's
who was supremely good and a good example of being
able to use soundbites to tell a story, interact,
and keep your attention. This gentleman is worth
studying in his ways and abilities in how he
communicated. Do you know who this gentleman is
Russ: Walter Cronkite?
Korton: no, although that is another good person to
look at. This person was president.
Russ: oh, Reagan.
Korton: Ronald Reagan. That is something else that
is important when dealing with communicating. It
doesn't matter how much you dislike the person, you
give them their full title. Former president Ronald
Reagan, current president Bill Clinton, the Prince
of Wales, you give everybody their title. After all,
to get respect you have to give respect and as a
communicator you need respect so it is important to
be able to get respect and give respect. It is good
to practice when you are talking in general by
giving people their correct titles. If you are
talking to somebody and you were discussing what you
witnessed on your communication devices of Earl
Spencer giving a speech or Tony Blair giving a
speech, the current Prime Minister of Great Britain
or her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II giving a speech,
you use their full title. The Queen, well, if you
are not from Great Britain, then somebody might
misunderstand that you are not talking about a
member of a Aristocratle family. Okay, any
Russ: yes, first off, I'm going to take it back to
front. Have you managed to take a look at the latest
editorial I'm working on?
Korton: no, I haven't.
Russ: okay in that, I'm working on a memorial for
Princess Di, but.....
Korton: ah, ah, ah, ah, full title, please.
Russ: well that's.....I'm getting to a point, I'm
making a point here.
Russ: I am giving an editorial to Princess Di who,
throughout the editorial, I refer to as Princess Di
or Lady Diana or something, and in the very end to
bring it all together I say Diana, Princess of
Korton: calling her Princess Di, or Di, or Lady Di
could be construed as being disrespectful.
Russ: maybe I should put Diana.
Korton: yeah, Lady Diana, keep to one. Not Princess
Diana or Lady Diana, stick with one.
Korton: because that way you are staying in a
pattern. If you go, "Princess Diana will be sorely
missed, and we feel very strong for her children"
and Lady Diana, it is almost as if you're talking
about somebody else. You have to stick with one
Korton: she was not a princess when she died, she
was just Lady Diana Windsor. Or as she reverted to
her maiden name, Lady Diana Spencer.
Russ: oh, the ex Princess of Wales?
Korton: ex sounds like more of a marital status,
even though it was a marital status. But you are
dealing with somebody that would have become, if
there was not a divorce involved, the Queen of
England. Even though Prince Charles would have been
the King and head of the government, head of the
church, she would've been much like the Duke of
Korton: okay, next question.
Russ: in the use of stories.......and can we go
ahead and then say that stories kept short, perhaps
shortened with soundbites and particular phrases
would be an effective form of communication?
Korton: yes, but it is necessary to word and
construct them in a way that is fluid.
Russ: right and that's probably what the toughest
part is, is doing it on the fly without having any
preparations for it.
Korton: it comes with practice.
Russ: hmm. And dealing, let's say last week or
the week before when the gentleman came in and we
lively discussion of a rather surfer type
Russ: now I understood that, what he was saying, he
understood what I was saying.....
Russ: and that was one form of communication that
you're talking about.
Russ: in your experience, how would you deal with
something like that? I know you wouldn't drop down
to a surfer speak.
Korton: if it was necessary, and I was able to, I
would. Unfortunately I did not understand much of
the conversation myself. It was as you might say all
French to me.
Russ: right, I just can't see you saying
Korton: why not dude?
Russ: it's just not you Korton.
Korton: yes, I know it is not me, but if it was
necessary for me to address a group of people that
were of that nature....
Korton: and I wanted them to understand instead of
being from on high, as it were...
Korton: first of all I would dress in a way that
would match them, I would make my appearance as much
as possible to match them. I would learn as much as
possible about their environment so that I could
relate. I would even possibly spend time and learn
how to surf and spend a period of time surfing so
that I knew where they're coming from......
Korton: and interact with them in a way that I would
be able to talk to them in their language and
understand where they are coming from, so that they
can understand where I am coming from, which in turn
creates the respect.
Russ: interesting. Excellent Korton, thank you very
Korton: you're welcome. Let me add to that. When
dealing with anything like that, it is necessary to
know where they are coming from, so that you can
interact in a way that is equal to them. Now let me
go over Tia's brief dissertations and comments. It
looks all clean, she seems to be getting better at
sticking to the issues and the points. There is
nothing to edit or subtract at this time.
Russ: if I could ask a question real quickly?
Russ: when we were speaking on future terms and the
problems that will come about due to unrest,
learning how to use a communication skill for
dealing with people who we might be in conflict
with, now at an early stage might be more beneficial
at that time. For example, learning, maybe some
Spanish or other phrases, biker phrases. let's say,
but something that might facilitate better
communication skills at a time when in a crisis, it
might be necessary to be clearly understood.
Korton: I think that would be self-evident would it
Russ: hmm, yes.
Korton: okay, thank you.
Russ: thank you.
Korton: I will return.
(Tia helps facilitate the first handover of
(Tia says hi in Durondedunn)
Russ: hi Tia.
Tia: hello. Okay, let's go over the game plan for
the next half of the channeling session. We're going
to have a little bit of fun in a minute. We're going
to have Huna and Karra work together, the healer and
the novice. This should be fun and entertaining.
Then we will have of course Kiri and Leah. Oh, we
got a disk from Lyka.
Russ: how did it go?
Tia: oh she looked tired, very tired.
Russ: probably no doubt...
Russ: she's been doing a lot.
Tia: oh yeah, that's the way it goes. She seems to
be enjoying her new role as chief headhunter, but
she is looking forward to being home in November.
Russ: good, we're looking forward to seeing her.
Tia: uh-huh. I've been worried for a while though,
Russ: all right love.
(Tia says goodbye in Durondedunn)
(Karra gets to demonstrate some
healing with Bunny's help)
Russ: hello darling.
Karra: and how's it going?
Karra: and how are you feeling?
Russ: better, much better.
Karra: better get a bucket. Sorry, little bit of
mental humor there.
Russ: no problem love.
Russ: that was from Leah from the tape we just
Karra: what was?
Russ: better get a bucket.
Karra: ahh, that was one of her phrases?
Russ: that with a phrase that Kiri told her to say.
Russ: she didn't understand why.
Karra: yes. Okay, now what we will be doing, Bunny
and myself, is as you're feeling drained and low on
energy....and as I briefly mentioned, we were
fixing, or I was fixing. Now, as I have a novice
healer who does have an interest in healing, what we
will be doing is we will be working together in a
team. She will use her coercive ability to soothe
the patient and to open up the patient so that I can
do the energy work necessary. But in the meantime,
while she goes and puts her headset on, let me give
a brief dissertation for the Internet
on..........quantum healing on a quantum level. You
Russ: it's the funny phrasing of words there.
Karra: quantum healing? Small healing on a quantum
Karra: healing the little parts. After all, do not
the little parts make up the big parts?
Karra: so, quantum healing, what exactly is quantum
healing? Well, it is healing the small aches and
pains of the body so that the overall part of the
body can be made to feel better. In doing this,
taking a small part and understanding how that small
part interacts with everything, is the important
step on a molecular, cellular level. After all, does
not a virus start with one cell? Attacking that one
cell starts the process going. Now, dealing with the
overall body and dealing with the cell, you can heal
cell by cell, little by little. And again, this can
be a very ritualized state of affairs from having a
special shower. Lying in the shower if it is big
enough and having hot water, starting at your head
and running all the way down using a
loofah........which I believe is a sponge-like
object that has nice, scrapie edges.......removing
the flaking and dead cells is dealing with the
problem on a quantum level. When you deal on the
quantum level, it is a very unusual mindset because
you have to focus in on just the one minute area.
Now having dealt with quantum healing and explaining
what it is, how does it work, how does it get used?
Well, dealing with it on a minute scale, it works
because you can see the difference or feel the
difference almost immediately when you are dealing
with a damaged area. When you're dealing with aches
and pains and soreness and stiffness and all that
goes with the aging process, it works gradually and
slowly. It's no good having a sudden repairing of
the body. People will look at you very funny if one
moment you're looking old and tired and the next
moment you're looking youthful and full of energy.
Something like that should be done slowly because it
keeps continuity and it enables people to not notice
the difference until the difference has occurred.
Now, some interesting little side notes here in
dealing with spiritual growth in a healing capacity.
First of all, it is very, very important to have the
belief in self-healing. You can heal yourself of
whatever ails you, you must believe that that can be
done, paramount above all others. Some people
unfortunately do not believe that they can heal
themselves, that is their loss. Two, believing in
the world of the myths, believing in the stories of
old, believing in alternate realities. This is step
two to self-healing believe it or not. If you
believe in alternate realities, then you are on the
step to believing that you can heal yourself. Step
three, or part three, being able to visualize these
places in an alternate reality, alternate
dimensions, parallel universes. Being able to
visualize falls in with believing in the world of
myth. And in doing so, you become aware of your
environment. Four, being aware of the environment of
the world of myth. To quote, "there are stranger
things in heaven and earth than you have dreamt of
in your philosophy Horatio". And this is true, this
is very, very true. There are things more different
in the world, in the universe than you have dreamt
possible. Being able to believe that that is
possible is step four. Finally, knowing that nothing
is impossible, believe that. That is almost as
important as knowing and believing you can heal
yourself. Believe in the impossible, nothing is
impossible. Any questions hon before the tape turns
Russ: no, not right now, no.
Karra: okay. Okay, let us address energy draining
and deprivation. Okay, energy draining and
deprivation, what causes an individual to drain?
Well, there are a number of things that causes an
individual to drain. Lack of sleep, expending
energy, lack of nutrition, over exercise, lack of
Russ: hey, I'll point fingers at myself any day of
Karra: okay, yes, it was aimed at you. Yes, if you
insist, but it's necessary to have an individual
that can be used as an example.
Russ: of course, tape's up.
Russ: tape's up. Oh no it isn't, sorry.
Karra: well, I was actually waiting for it to be
over or kind of before we get into part two.
Russ: we got a little ways to go then.
Karra: hmmm. What I will do is I will take a break
and hand back to Korton before we get into the
second part, okay?
Russ: all righty.
(Korton returns to fill in the few minutes left on
Korton: greetings Russ.
Russ: greetings Korton.
Korton: she does lead you through the nose does she
Korton: okay, let us go over her points. Her quantum
healing, a very unusual choice in phrasings of words
and word constructions. Her five points, they are
useful, they will be kept. Her dissertation on
quantum healing, that can be kept. Her discussion on
the patient, that is up to you if you wish to keep
that because that concerns you. Whether or not it
will be a learning tool for others is up to you.
Okay, rest and relaxation, those are examples that
can be put into the webpage and used if you feel
fit, you could change and substitute them and the
tape is about to end.
Russ: well it's getting pretty darn close anyway.
Korton: very close. Do you have any questions?
Russ: hmmm. Yeah, it seems to me that sometimes when
I'm talking to you, it seems as though you've
actually thought out to a final point something that
I'm just trying to get to or you already have it
figured out. For example, the speech patterns for
Russ: whereby it's self-evident, at the time it's
just like, "oh, an enlightening kind of revelation".
Korton: it is first of all, experience, secondly, it
is having to have used those skills, thirdly, it is
being able to look at them objectively from an
external point of view.
Korton: end of side one.
(Korton heads off and Karra assumes his role as
Korton: okay. Now, I have a Council meeting I need
to go to, I will leave Karra in charge.
Korton: thank you.
Russ: thank you Korton, farewell.
(Karra returns to complete
the healing demonstration and training)
Karra: okay, as Bunny has the headset on, she's
going to manipulate the body.
Karra: in the meantime, as she gets the legs
mobile, we will talk.
Russ: ahh, okay.
Karra: yes, she's wearing the headset, first time
that we've tried this.
Russ: how's her training coming along as a healer?
Karra: well this is part of it.
Russ: I take it you've been instructing her in a
Karra: yes, and she has instructed me in a
Russ: I like her instructions better.
Karra: it does look funny having Mark's body
walking around on all fours......okay.
(Karra claps her hands and rubs them together)
Karra: now, for the tape.........okay, first of
all, what we're going to do to you Russ is we're
going to pull energy out of you, okay? And instead
of doing it from the crown, right? We're going to
pull it all the way down through your body. Now,
don't visualize anything coming into you. Okay,
feeling the energy coming down through your head,
all the way down through your body, coming all the
way down your legs as it goes through each and
every chakra. Okay, are you feeling your feet
starting to get warm?
Karra: okay, we're pulling the energy out and we
want you to count from ten down to one. Starting
at ten and starting now.
(Russ counts down from ten)
Karra: okay, that's good. Why did we do that last
thing of running the fingers up your feet?
Russ: to energize them?
Karra: just to tease. Okay, how do you feel?
Karra: heheheh. Now then....
(Karra claps her hands twice to energize them)
Karra: now I'm pulling energy into Mark's
body.......okay, you're going to pull energy out
of that........not until I tell you to.
Russ: all right.
Karra: okay, now we're going to put energy in and
you're going to first of all feel a warming in
your head, okay?
Karra: here we go. Okay now start to pull energy
from that.......there we go, start to pull in
energy from that crystal, okay? Now you feel from
the brow area it's getting quite warm. Okay, so
we're going to change the energy flow to go into
the crown as opposed to between the third eye and
the crown. Okay, are you feeling the top of your
head starting to get warm?
Karra: as the energy's flowing down in. Right, now
bring the energy in through your arms from the
crystal in to your shoulder area into your throat
chakra. Right, now, I'm going to push down with
the energy and it's going to flow down into your
body and I want you to count from one up to ten.
Karra: starting now.
(Russ counts up from one)
Karra: okay, how you feeling?
Russ: a little tired, but I'm feeling more energy
Karra: okay, that's good. Okay, now sit
up........I've got to move back a little bit so I
don't have to lean......okay, here he go. Okay,
there's one hand, okay there's the other one.
Okay, we're going to pump directly into your heart
chakra and your stomach chakra through your back,
okay? When you feel the hands getting hotter and
hotter, continue sucking that energy from the
crystal, okay.............okay, you feel a hot
spot spreading out from the hands, correct?
Karra: and they're spreading out fast. We're going
to amp it up so it's going to get real warm and
hot on your back right now. Don't tense so rapidly
every so often. I know it's like a pumping wave.
Okay, now count down again from ten down to one.
(Russ counts down from ten again)
Karra: okay, that's good. How do you feel?
Russ: much better.
Karra: okay, last little touch. Stay sitting
because we’re going to do your shoulders.
(Karra claps her hands twice again)
Karra: okay, here we go on your shoulders. Okay,
got it, okay? Okay, now the energy is going to be
pumping in and we're not going to be so gentle
with the energy this time. As you can feel, your
shoulders are already heating up......
Karra: right? And we're going to spread the heat
through your shoulders all the way down through
your heart, down to your stomach, down to your
root chakra, okay? Now you feel the energy flowing
Karra: hard and fast, okay? If you want to giggle,
giggle. Oh of course, guys don't giggle, they
laugh, they chuckle. Okay? Now, count from one up
(Russ counts up from one)
Karra: okay, that's good. That time it was faster
in your count up. Now, stand up and do a quick jog
on the spot for a few seconds.
(Russ stands up and does a little running in
Karra: there, you're feeling better, correct?
Karra: now where did your headache go?
Russ: almost gone.
Russ: hmm, thank you love.
Karra: no problem.
Russ: thank you Huna.
Karra: she'll get her chance, she says Bunny
Karra: now she was watching and manipulating the
body so that we could do the energy control.
Karra: she got a lesson and you got a lesson.
Russ: uh-huh. Now I'm assuming.....
Karra: your voice even sounds lighter.
Russ: oh good. Now I'm assuming that my body is
reacting to my excess work by getting sick to
force myself to rest.
Russ: so does this take away from that process?
Karra: no, it gives you energy that you need now.
I did not push any energy........any bad energy
and anything that's in your body is still in your
body. However, you do have energy to use as you
want to use.
Russ: I see.
Karra: not how you should, but how you want to.
That is your choice whether do or do not as Korton
likes to say. Use it as you want to.
Russ: now, I should be doing this on my own
whenever these points reach myself right?
Karra: sometimes it's useful to have somebody to
Karra: somebody to supply excess energy, external
energy. Somebody that knows what they're doing.
Karra: you see?
Karra: okay, do you have any more questions?
Russ: no, that covers them all.
Karra: anyway, I'll catch you later love.
Russ: bye sweetheart.
(Tia takes Karra's place while Bunny removes the
Tia: that's an interesting thought.
Tia: would she have to edit and censor herself?
Russ: hmm, yes?
Russ: she's not Omal.
Tia: so, she will have to come back and go over
what she said in the healing....
Russ: no, she'll just have me edit it out when I
get to it on the tape when I go do it on the
Tia: I know, I'm trying to give you a hard time.
Russ: sorry love, I'm still out of it.
Tia: how did it feel for you?
Russ: very warm.
Tia: uh-huh, soothing right?
Tia: hmm. Well, I better put on the Bunny Monster.
(Tia says goodbye in Durondedunn)
Russ: bye love.
(Bunny is her naturally
Russ: hi Bunny.
Russ: I hear you're going to be leaving us soon I
Russ: ahh, what a shame.
Bunny: got to start at higher education.
Russ: so when do we see you next?
Bunny: oh, when I come out for the winter.
Russ: oh, not that long away then.
Russ: well, good to hear it Bunny. So did you have
a fun time on your trip?
Russ: all right, learn lots of stuff?
Bunny: learned a lot just the last week, a lot.
Russ: good to hear it. So you're taking a lot of
information back with you?
Russ: did you video get done, your holo?
Bunny: almost finished.
Russ: what are you up to now?
Bunny: umm, up to the credits.
Russ: oh, you're practically done, God.
Bunny: well I'm having difficulty with holographic
spinning letters. I want one word spinning one
way, another word spinning another way, and
another word spinning another way. So you have the
three axis' being represented in the spinning
title. And then I've got to get them to change and
get them to change in sequence.
Russ: well you know who could help who hasn't
helped you with that?
Russ: just ask him, he'll be happy to show you or
help you with that. Give you some good ideas.
Russ: he doesn't know the technology, but he
certainly knows the methods behind it.
Bunny: ahh, okay. See, that's not my field doing
that kind of stuff.
Russ: oh, Mark loves that kind of stuff, he'll
definitely be a big help for you.
Russ: well good, so all the main part's out of the
Bunny: yeah, pretty much.
Russ: good. Available at a holo store near you?
Bunny: not yet, not yet.
Russ: coming soon on Bunny Video.
Bunny: I want to have it ready for the Midwinter
Russ: okay, good and I think it should be.
Bunny: yeah, and I want to do when I get back,
I've got a week before I start college, and I'm
going down to the southern part where it's still
Bunny: late winter, and we're doing a snow bunny
thing. That's what the little business thing is
going to be called, Snow Bunny's so I want to do a
snow bunny thing.
Russ: now are you going to be taking any time off
from college to work on more holos or are you just
going to buckle down and work on studying?
Bunny: I haven't made up my mind yet.
Bunny: after all, there's going to be lots of
people to party with.
Russ: yes, that's true, that's true.
Russ: and I mean it is a college.
Russ: and I don't think you have probably
fraternities but you probably have groups similar.
Bunny: what is......?
Russ: uhmm, colleges down here have them and what
they are is groups of like-minded individuals form
sort of cooperative housing arrangements in which
they do many different extracurricular activities
together, hang out, go ahead and just socialize
and they all live in the same big house.
Bunny: ahh, I think I understand.
Russ: uh-huh, there's a video about that, it's
"Animal House" down here. Kind of a good
representation of a toga party.
Bunny: toga party?
Russ: toga, toga, toga, toga.
Russ: mainly our excuse to get drunk and have sex.
Bunny: need to get drunk to have sex?
Russ: no, but it does make it easier for the
participants I assume to throw away more
Bunny: if you insist?
Russ: it's an earth custom.
Bunny: I guess so. Being able to get into
somebody's mind freely and being able to interact
with their minds, you don't need that kind of
Russ: well, down here you do. Alcohol drops
people's mental shielding quite a bit.
Bunny: ahh, so you use alcohol as a depressant.
Russ: no, actually as part depressant part
Bunny: alcohol cannot be one or the other, it is
only one. Let me rephrase that, it cannot be both,
it is only one.
Russ: not really, sometimes it can be both. I mean
traditionally, no, it's normally not, but in a
party atmosphere, it can bring up
the........loosen inhibitions which at that point
you're able to fire I guess more adrenaline or
Bunny: no, no, it doesn't work that way. Depends
what type of alcohol you are using.
Russ: usually, it's beer.
Bunny: beer, beer can be a stimulant.
Bunny: alcohol on a rule is a depressant. The
higher the alcoholic content, the less of a
stimulating factor and more of the depressant.
Russ: ahh, so it must be the beer factor then.
Bunny: I would assume so.
Bunny: I don't use alcohol.
Russ: I'm sure you don't have to though.
Bunny: no, don't need to.
Russ: well, it's a different dimension though.
Bunny: do you have any questions?
Russ: hmm......I'm just not......I don't have a
thing in my head.
Bunny: well, that's a state of mind for men. I
will send you a first press holo with a kiss on
Russ: oohhh, excellent.
Bunny: uh-huh, kiss on the cover and I will wrap
it in my finest silk underwear.
(Russ chuckles at the thought)
Russ: so are you going to be........what are you
taking in college, business ed or healing?
Russ: you should minor in business ed.
Bunny: if you think so.
Russ: well you have a good business mind on your
Bunny: why would I need to minor in it?
Russ: well in college you have a major and you
have a minor or minors, as in plural. Majors are
what you are actually studying for, minors of
those things that are.....
Bunny: minors have numerous, different
connotations. Minors are little people that
haven't reached the age of majority.
Bunny: miners are people that work underground.
Bunny: I don't see how either of these will apply.
Russ: because there's a third form of it, which is
major and the opposite of that of minor.
Bunny: major is a big thing or it is a ranking in
the defense force.
Russ: it's the first, a big thing.
Russ: so the opposite of the big thing would be a
Bunny: why not say a small one, or a big one?
Russ: because we're using college terms now.
Bunny: English, I'll never get the hang of it.
Russ: you're doing fine dear.
Bunny: I'm confused by it, major and minor.
Russ: the minor can be just a small thing.
Bunny: oh, I think I understand.
Russ: right and in college you have your major,
which is of course like I said, your primary mode
of study, primary courses.
Bunny: ahh, why didn't you say primary and
Russ: oh, well because we use minor and majors.
Bunny: oh.......hmm, okay. Been nice seeing you,
see you after the Winter Festival.
Russ: I look forward to seeing you again my
darling, have a great time, bye.
(Tia brings on Karra again before Kiri channels)
(Tia says hi in Durondedunn)
Russ: it's definitely a pleasure having her on the
base this last month or so.
Tia: yes it was, last month or so, last month.
Russ: I think everyone's had a really good time
having her around.
Tia: uh-huh, she's been the life and soul of the
Russ: I do agree with that.
Russ: cool, my dear.......
Russ: what was I going to bring up? It's gone, it
was there, it's gone.
Tia: she does have that way of doing that to
people though, doesn't she?
Tia: kind of a thought and it goes phooot.
Tia: oh well. I think I better mosey, put on the
Russ: all right love.
(Karra returns to just confirm all is good for the
Russ: going to edit yourself dear?
Karra: no, and I really can't edit Bunny as
Russ: conversations with bunny.
Russ: all right, who's up for gabs?
Karra: okay, I'll.....
Russ: the Kiri Monster. All right, bring on your
(A joking Tia chastises my eagerness to bring on
(Tia says hi in Durondedunn)
Tia: trying to make Karra do my job, huh?
Russ: oh, sorry about that.
Tia: yes, my job.
Tia: you will be.
(Kiri starts her time talking
with a short cheer)
Kiri: yo dude.
Kiri: Kiri, Kiri, Kiri, rah, rah, rah. Kiri, Kiri,
rah, rah, rah and I left my notes on my
dissertation at home.
Russ: oh well.
Kiri: back at the apartment.
Russ: no big, I'm sure you have it all memorized
anyway if it's that important.
Kiri: no, that's why I put it in note form. So,
what have you been up to dude?
Russ: just keeping my energy levels from going to
the trash bin.
Kiri: yes, they did a good team effort on you
Kiri: I think Bunny opened......Bunny opened up
your mind to make it easier for Karra to get in.
Russ: it was very restful.
Kiri: uh-huh. I think she might have planted a few
thoughts in there as well.
Russ: oh good.
Kiri: uh-huh. It'd be like you put your head down
and goes snore. So okay, let me see if I can come
up with something for the Internet or we can just
sit down here and say that Bunny's just dropped
Russ: why, it is getting exciting?
Kiri: it is actually. Doesn't normally take them
off that quickly......oh I see.....okay, fair
enough. She's just stripped totally and is putting
on something different from her bag.
Kiri: oh, she's got a towel around her. She says
she's going into the room next door to take a
Kiri: I don't see why she put a towel around
Russ: well, she'll have a towel when she gets out
to dry herself.
Kiri: uh-huh, I guess so.
Russ: besides, it keeps all the technicians from
getting too preoccupied.
Kiri: well, one of the guys is very much into one
of the other guys so there's no problem there, and
the head technician is busy cleaning her toenails.
Russ: I see, everyone's hard at work again.
Russ: where we at tonight anyway, we at the
Russ: how did we get that one so late?
Kiri: mainly because somebody didn't channel
Russ: oh good.
Kiri: uh-huh. And we don't have.....how much time
do we have left, probably about ten minutes?
Kiri: okay, let me see. Don't have anything to
dissertate or pontificate upon apart from morals
of coercion which unfortunately would take about
fifteen to twenty minutes, which we don't have.
And besides, I don't have my notes.
Kiri: well, we can save it for another
Russ: yeah, good idea.
Kiri: I have got Bunny to do a favor for me when
she gets back.
Russ: what's that?
Kiri: she's going to model a whole load of my
swimsuits when she goes off to do her winter shoot
as she calls it, Snow Bunny.
Russ: ahhh excellent.
Kiri: uh-huh. So she's going to use a lot of my
swim gear in her movies and I'm going to get
credits, clothing supplied by Kiri Highland.
Kiri: uh-huh. She's going to also, when she goes
to college and does her introduction that she has
to do in front of the university, she's going to
be wearing one of my........well, a complete
outfit by me.
Kiri: uh-huh. So it's going to look very ritzy and
flashy and everything and it will have my little
logo on the breast.
Russ: is that the pair of lips that I remember?
Kiri: uh-huh. Yes, the red lips with the gold
Kiri: that's me, that's my line. So she's going to
get the final fitting for the dress tonight so
I've got to get busy with the needle and thread.
Russ: all right.
Kiri: uh-huh. All's it is is final stitch work,
I'll do it inside out and then she'll put it on.
Take it off and put it back on because it's got to
be body hugging.
Russ: sounds like fun.
Kiri: uh-huh, it will be. We'll get a picture of
her in the various parts of the outfit because
there is the stockings, the boxers, the under
panties that go underneath the boxers. Very
Russ: what's an introduction to college?
Kiri: oh she stands up with her class and each
member of her class says what their ambition is at
the college, what they plan to study and how they
plan to be a member of the college.
Russ: sounds like fun, what did you do? You said,
"I'm going to be a master coercer and ace every
year that I do this".
Kiri: kind of. Actually, my objectives were a
little bit longer-ranging than just that.
Russ: so what examples were they?
Kiri: well, it was to be able to leave the college
with a legacy that could be built and worked upon.
Kiri: and I did.
Russ: yeah, you mean your children.
Kiri: well no, it was the legacy for the college.
Russ: oh, legacy for the college?
Kiri: well, the legacy of what I did, the research
Kiri: uh-huh. I didn't only study coercion there.
Russ: oh, you mean you actually got somewhere with
Russ: your engineering skills I take it?
Russ: I didn't know you studied engineering in
Kiri: well where else would I study it?
Russ: I figured you just picked it up in a book or
something and just started working on it.
Kiri: yeah right, like I'm going to sit there and
pick up technical manuals and understand what they
Russ: you're smart enough.
Kiri: ohhhh, I guess so.
Russ: ahh, so you did several studies, you did
coercion and engineering.
Kiri: uh-huh. As you put it, I majored in coercion
and minored in engineering but it wasn't a minor,
it was more like a major and a major. When I
finished at college after two years I went on to
the undergraduate work that I did as an engineer.
Kiri: and that took another, I should say another
six years to get certified as a master engineer or
Russ: mistress engineer.
Russ: so why is the idea of fraternities and so
Kiri: we really don't know what the term means.
Russ: frat parties? Well, I'm sure Mark's told you
about them, right?
Kiri: no. All he's talked about is a thrash in the
Russ: no, not quite, that's more military.
Kiri: anyway, I will put on the last speakers.
Russ: yes, last speakers?
Kiri: see you later dude.
Russ: bye love.
(Karra has one item of note)
Karra: okay. Well, as always, Kiri was not
prepared but, I'm sure she will more than make up
for it and her mind is obviously out of sway.
Russ: yes, I'm sure.
Karra: okay, nothing worth mentioning on editing I
Russ: all right.
(Tia brings on the last speaker of the night)
(Tia says hi in Duronddunn)
Russ: hi Tia.
Tia: yo. Now what was your question, have you
Tia: oh well, pity. Okay, I will put on the last
speaker and Kiri was quite correct in...last
(Tia says goodbye in Durondedunn)
(Leah comes on to get us to the
end of the side)
Leah: how's it going?
Russ: good, is this Leah?
Leah: is this Leah?
Russ: I don't know, I'm too thrashed to figure it
Leah: that's twice I've heard that word, what does
Russ: it means that you've worked hard enough or
you're tired enough that you don't have a mind
left to really sit there and work things out to
their logical conclusion.
Leah: and then Tia mentioned thrash in the mess or
was that Kiri?
Russ: that was Kiri. Yeah, thrash in the mess is a
party or rather large shindig within a eating area
of a military installation.
Leah: oh, I see.
Russ: how are you darling?
Leah: I'm doing fine.
Russ: ahh, good to hear it.
Russ: and you're staying right?
Russ: oh good.
Leah: uh-huh. I've got one more....no, two more
orbits of the planet, I think.
Russ: ahh good.
Leah: uh-huh. And then I go back to Sirius, start
my serious education.
Russ: hehehe. And what are you going to major in?
Leah: umm, I was thinking robotics.
Russ: oh, that would be good.
Russ: you already got a good background in that
Russ: and your minors?
Leah: I'm not into digging underground, but my
secondaries will be probably something along the
lines of something on the technical side. I'm
working on at the moment molecular engineering as
Leah: I think that would be my secondaries, but
it's more like a primary.
Russ: yeah, I see.
Russ: hmm, why don't you work on something like a
psychic skill like Kiri worked on coercion as her
Leah: I am, I am working on a......manifestation.
Leah: that's something I've already have, and it's
just a matter of learning how to control it. I'm
more interested in getting my primary on molecular
engineering and robotics.
Russ: now, can you use manifesting in engineering?
Leah: of course.
Russ: and do you use manifesting?
Leah: I try.
Russ: and what have you manifested so far?
(Ed. note: Leah knows of my futile attempts to
manifest pennies into existence)
Russ: you're just funnier than hell.
Leah: I'm so funny I could pee myself.
Russ: yes, you could.
(we suddenly hear a pager going off)
Russ: ahh, that's Mark's.
Russ: anyway, so what else is up darling?
Leah: what's up?
Russ: what's up?
Leah: I don't know. What is Mark's?
(Leah picks up Mark's pager)
Russ: yeah, that.
Leah: oh it buzzes.
Russ: so anyway....
Leah: what does it do?
Russ: well, it means someone can call in and it
will tell you you've got a message.
Leah: oh. Okay, let me see, what can I talk about?
How about liquid action as a lubricating
Leah: and the primary functions of lubrication.
Leah: it's main.........why do you snicker?
Russ: it's only a third dimensional thing, don't
worry about it.
Leah: explain, I wish to know.
Russ: okay. In sex, it's often handy that
lubrication is applied to make the sexual act more
Leah: ahhh, why would you need to do that?
Russ: well, because it's......
(something happens to cause a pause in the
(Russ mutters under his breath, "fracking, frack,
Leah: in the middle of a long distance phone call.
Russ: ninety-three million miles away is
Russ: eighty-eight, is a long-distance phone call.
Leah: uh-huh, and just think yourself lucky you're
not getting billed for it.
Russ: that's right. Okay, so lubrication, go
Leah: uh-huh, well actually that's was what I was
going to imply that two objects on a piston type
setup do need extra lubrication.
Russ: and you'd be very correct.
Russ: so, have you been having fun exploring this
whole new world of sexual entertainment and
Leah: uh-huh. I didn't know that my sister had
such great muscle control.
Russ: practice, lots of practice.
Leah: oh yeah, she has lots of practice all right.
Russ: well, I'll tell you, I suppose if it's a
line of work. How come she's going to the college?
Sounds like she could make a very good living just
doing holos. Probably not a very fulfilling line
of work though.
Leah: she seemed to see it more as a hobby.
Russ: yeah, I suppose so. I mean she would never
have to work in her entire life would she?
Leah: umm, I think she wants to work.
Russ: I do too, I don't think she wants to be
known just as the holo girl.
THE TAPE ENDS