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Archivist Notes: This session marked the beginning of a period where Tia had to leave her duties as ring mistress to spend time during pregnancy in a time displacement sabbatical to speed up a difficult process of birth. The Baron, at a crossroads of his career was trying several options before making up his mind on what to do now that his time as an active combat pilot had ended. We saw back in the "Energy Baseball" session that took place a month later that his skills as a ringmaster had dramatically improved. 

   The Baron gets the session started with a review of the choices offered him now that combat was no longer an option.  His preference was to go out in combat while teaching a lesson, exactly how his life ended later the next year. His ability to handle the ringmaster duties was enhanced once he had his pilot helmet brought to help with its technology. He makes way next for Karra who talks about helping The Baron with a medical issue and a person on the web for the conferences we'd been looking to contact. The Baron then gets into his role as ringmaster with a Captain Kirk saying from "Star Trek 3" to express his feelings towards the Grays. Alana finishes up side one with a retelling of her initial meeting with Bunny while on a trip to Sirius. She also gives us an  excellent insight into animal training from her perspective from a higher dimension. She offers tips on a number of animals from cats all the way up to whales.

    Alana wraps up her discussion on animal training on side two but not before her girlfriend caused a bit of a distraction with a technician in the channeling room on the base causing The Baron to issue an edict for the next time he would take on the ringmaster role. Omal uses most of the side to cover a number of subjects such as possible future session leaders and making The Baron a permanent member of the base. Working from a corrected MJ12 report, I quizzed Omal on some of the reverse engineering of UFO's being conducted and theorizing on how or if the government works with other alien races. He also helps with his take on how perception changes reality and visa versa. Spoiler alert, the key is taking the time factor into account. The Baron ends the session by relating what happens to a pilot's ship when he dies or retires form combat duty.

THE BARON Ringmaster MARK (Channel)


3.)(17:03)- The Baron returns and uses a Star Trek episode he had seen on patrol to talk about the conference and his bias.

4.)(21:09)- Alana provides some excellent input on her training of animals and recounts her recent first meeting with Bunny.


2.)(4:57)- Omal discusses on how perception creates reality and questions concerning UFO's and the government.

3.)(41:05)- The Baron discusses what happens to a pilot's ship when a pilot dies or retires. 

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(The Baron starts his role as temporary ringmaster.)

The Baron: Guten Tag.

Russ: Guten Tag mein herr.

The Baron: danka.

Russ: and how goes it tonight Baron?

The Baron: it goes well.

Russ: good. Well this is a bit of a transitional phase.

The Baron: ya, I think so.

Russ: well good one, anyway I like it. So how’s you’ve been doing?

The Baron: I do well.

Russ: good.

The Baron: I have done better.

Russ: we all have but….

The Baron: I think, body move, right?

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: ya?

Russ: yeah.

The Baron: it feel not comfortable, image ya? My....?

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: my head, if think, body move ya?

Russ: ya, it will take a little while to get used to the movement. Are you wearing a helmet? (His pilot helmet.)

The Baron: nein.

Russ: ahh.

The Baron: ahh, danka. Okay, whilst they helmet…..

Russ: okay.

The Baron: I sprechen zie ya?

Russ: si. Yeah.

The Baron: vos is dos? What is si?

Russ: si is Spanish, another earth language.

The Baron: nein sprechen zie espanol.

Russ: ahh, well it would be English, Spanish and then German.

The Baron: sprechen zie Deutsche.

Russ: right.

The Baron: danka.

Russ: okay, I sprechen very little Deutsche.

The Baron: ein sprechen zie Deutsche en bisschen.

Russ: hmm, a lot?

The Baron: you say.

Russ: I sprechen zie Deutsche en bisschen.

The Baron: bisschen.

Russ: bisschen.

The Baron: it means I speak German a little.

Russ: oh a little, bisschen means little.

The Baron: bisschen.

Russ: hmm okay. That’s something I need to learn because I do have a lot of German customers at my store.

The Baron: ya. I no give lesson, I have no….I get (clears throat) when trying to teach Deutsche.

Russ: well I figure I’ll pick it up here and there.

The Baron: ya. One pause please?

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: danka. Ahh, ahhh!! Ya.

Russ: go ahead and get comfortable there.

The Baron: feel body, young body.

Russ: there you go, much better.

The Baron: ya, danka.

Russ: yeah, well I figured since you wear the helmet all the time anyway when you’re flying….

The Baron: command root different ya?

Russ: yeah, command root different but at least this way with a helmet on you’ll feel more comfortable.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: if only a little disoriented and go “huh?”

The Baron: ya, danka.

Russ: my pleasure, my pleasure. Excellent, so we’re going to try as a ringmaster here and….

The Baron: I try one more life.

Russ: excellent and well you should.

The Baron: ya, I have choice to make.

Russ: ahh.

The Baron: they offer made two choice.

Russ: okay.

The Baron: retire and not knowing what word.

Russ: retire in old age?

The Baron: nein, nein, not known.

Russ: well I’m not good with that either. Well if you tell Karra, Karra will tell me and I’ll..

The Baron: ahh, danka.

Russ: then I’ll know. Because you’ll know the Sirian, she’ll know the Sirian, she’ll know the English and she’ll tell me.

The Baron: fräulein ambassador say inanuity.

Russ: boy, that didn’t clear anything up.

The Baron: inanuity, nein nein. Nevermind, choice one.

Russ: ahh.

The Baron: choice two, be grounded, pilot teacher. Explain life as pilot, highest victor.

Russ: right.

The Baron: or my choice add in….

Russ: go out in a blaze of glory?

The Baron: go out teaching lesson.

Russ: ahhh. The only problem is, you wouldn’t go out, nobody could beat you.

The Baron: I think could.

Russ: it would be tough.

The Baron: pick fight of odds of 20 plus to one..

Russ: you’d be a while looking for those odds though.

The Baron: ya but never forgot.

Russ: right.

The Baron If I go choice one, fade away and be just name.

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: choice two, same but longer. Choice three, never forgot. Your Baron, on planet….

Russ: never forgot.

The Baron: Manfred?

Russ: yep, still the most famous ace known to man.

The Baron: ya, on your planet.

Russ: right.

The Baron even though little ace now.

Russ: right.

The Baron: 80, eh? Not big.

Russ: no, but still it’s…..the time of our history that he performed it in the flying machines he performed it in made him an ace.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: I mean nowadays, it’s nothing to pull a trigger and launch a missile but what he did was, that was pretty unordinary.

The Baron: uh-huh, I think so. So as a ringmaster…..

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: duty are put people to speak ya?

Russ: ya.

The Baron: and keep order.

Russ: correct.

The Baron: also duty to organize speakers.

Russ: right.

The Baron: I have teacher.

Russ: okay.

The Baron: she teach and explain how.

Russ: oh excellent.

The Baron: she say be strong of person.

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: be not forgiving.

Russ: right.

The Baron: even with special person. This ein first week for me?

Russ: right.

The Baron: next week maybe not me, maybe someone other.

Russ: well we’ll see.

The Baron: different other person.

Russ: okay.

The Baron: see how I do.

Russ: excellent, you’re doing great so far.

The Baron: danka.

Russ: once you got the helmet on you of course, that helps a lot.

The Baron: ya, ya. It so clean and clinical in room.

Russ: oh yeah, are you in the channeling room or....?

The Baron: ya.

Russ: oh, okay.

The Baron: I put on speaker danka.

Russ: danka.

(Karra joins the session.)

Karra: hi hon.

Russ: hi sweetheart, how’s it going?

Karra: not too bad.

Russ: excellent love.

Karra: for first time in a long time I get to go second.

Russ: yeah, that is the first time in a long time.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: I can’t remember the…….well I do remember the last time.

Karra: yes it was a while.

Russ: yes it was.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: anyway, we had a lot of good fun today.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: what do you think of today’s progress?

Karra: you’re doing good.

Russ: well we had a lot of…..well what I want to know is, I want to get your input on Jasper.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and what do you think on that one, where you want to take that?

Karra: I think it’s worth pursuing.

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: I also think that after the session you need Mark to fire his computer back up and pull up something that he saw.

Russ: oh really?

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: okay, something that highly is relevant?

Karra: yes, very much so.

Russ: well, Ashtar did say that now is the time where we’re going to be getting a lot of this contacts.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: the other thing is, working with this gentleman in Australia..

Karra: ahh yes Jasper.

Russ: Jasper.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: now he has got…..he’s going to putting channeling’s on his page.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and I’m not sure where he’s going to get his information, I forgot to ask him that but I was going to wait until I got a reply from him so I could kind ask him that kind of stuff and see what kind of information he's getting. Apparently he’s talking to Ashtar.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: what’s he going by? Oh yeah, Commander Soltec. Anyway, Australia is a good hotbed for psychic stuff right now…..

Karra: yes it is.

Russ: and you know, this is the funniest thing I wanted to ask you about in fact.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: when Ashtar was telling me that we would be contacted by somebody of these other groups?

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: what was my first thought?

Karra: your first thought was a little bit in disbelief. Sort of like, “no way.”

Russ: well okay, that one.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: all right my second thought was Australia….

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: yeah I realized I think that has been my whole thought process the whole while I’d be contacted from someone in Australia.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: probably because of…

Karra: well the presence of Ashtar is pretty powerful and influential.

Russ: true, I’m sure he was like……he already had this figured out as far as he knew where the groups were and what groups are working the most on the web and that kind of stuff probably.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: all right so, I guess phase two will be to go ahead and start working on A, the domain name.......

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: two, editing these tapes and getting them off to the Sedona Journal of Emergence......

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and three, working on web searches for other groups.

Karra: yes.

Russ: okay, so basically we're just going to have to....I'll watch the site…

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and see what kind of additions he puts in there.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: right now it’s mostly just links and I should probably, once I start working with these other groups and start putting links in on their pages too. Well that’s important because right now, that’s the most key is that I want to focus on these conferences and I want to focus on where we need to go to bring those to fruition.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and the basic key is communication between the various groups.

Karra: yes, it is.

Russ: otherwise, it’s not going to do any good. What I also need to do is, I need to get a hold of the Sedona Journal of Emergence after we get all the tapes and all things and make sure their workable.

Karra: yes.

Russ: and I need to get a hold of Spirit Chat.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: René.

Karra: yes of course, for setting up and everything.

Russ: correct and I haven’t talked to in a while and I think is important that right now I get back in touch with him.

Karra: you may want to make a donation as well.

Russ: Spirit Web?

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: good idea.

Karra: yeah, I had it before. God it is clinical and here. I know what I’m going to do.

Russ: put some plants in there?

Karra: no, I’m going to offer to host them at my residence.

Russ: good idea, excellent.

Karra: uh-huh, I’ve got the room.

Russ: yeah, we could do them in the main living room.

Karra: actually I was thinking more near to the kitchen.

Russ: oh.

Karra: that way everybody can get up to do what they used to do, go and get a drink, those that need drinks.

Russ: yeah, it’s the perfect place to host it.

Karra: well we’ve got that little study there.

Russ: hmm.

Karra: the one that isn't used, that is used occasionally.

Russ: true. Oh by the way, thanks for sitting up with the kids so I can see them when I get up in the morning.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: okay, what else we got?

Karra: I’m trying to figure something out.

Russ: one thing I want to work on…..

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: either you or Omal about how perception creates reality?

Karra: uh-huh. I think it would be best that Omal handles that.

Russ: okay I’ll work with him on that.

Karra: okay.

Russ: anything else?

Karra: no, not at the moment.

Russ: okay. Oh yeah, I got all this stuff to work on too, let me check my notes real quick….abductions, abductions, implants. Do you want to work with implants with me real quick?

Karra: okay.

Russ: okay, according to the stats I looking at from the report I got, one in 40 humans are implanted?

Karra: (snickers) okay?

Russ: theoretically, now I’m not saying this is true or even close to true, but I’m just talking on a theoretical basis.

Karra: you’re talking that the abductors are working…..

Russ: overtime.

Karra: and then some.

Russ: and then some. I mean there is 6 billion people on this planet, if one in 40 are implanted……now the math basically works out to about they’d have to implant one person every 15 minutes.

Karra: uh-huh so even by that simple bit of reasoning, guess what?

Russ: it can’t happen.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: okay, now is there anything you can tell about this?

Karra: it goes with perception.

Russ: oh it does? Okay.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: yeah, because one of things that I’m really concerned with right now is how to perceive the world around me.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and all of us, I mean this is something that we’re all having to deal with. Like for example, today I had to do a lot of research on the Rainbow gatherings and the Rainbow Family and this is a group people who I feel in the future really have their act together.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: they all basically live for a non-commercial enterprises, they share, they trade, they work with natural resources and alternative medicines and they work together for world peace.

Karra: yes, uh-huh.

Russ: a very great concept at least and one that I think it would be good to study a little bit more on that.

Karra: yes it would be, it would be. Anyway, I'm having The Baron going (taps her hand) which I think means wrap it up..

Russ: okay. Anyway, well as far as all that goes…

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: then I feel like…..

Karra: I wish he would just say things instead of doing hand signals and stuff.

Russ: he’s probably used to that.

Karra: uh-huh, he is.

Russ: okay.

Karra: right and I need to work with him as well, gives me an opportunity to work on something.

Russ: okay.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: I got it my dear.

Karra: yeah, well you saw these hand twitch. Yeah okay.

Russ: have fun dear.

Karra: catch you later love.

Russ: okay sweetheart.

Karra: uh-huh.

(The Baron resumes his duties.)

The Baron: ahh.

Russ: greetings Baron.

The Baron: danka.

Russ: and just the person I wanted to talk to as a matter of fact.

The Baron: uh-huh.

Russ: you probably caught that last part with Karra, where we were talking about the abductions and the implants?

The Baron: ya.

Russ: and how they’re talking about one in 40 humans are abducted and implanted?

The Baron: (snickers) I think you speak bullshit?

Russ: yeah basically, that’s what I think too.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: because I know from what just your work you've done and talking to Taal…(One of the base pilots.)

The Baron: ya.

Russ: that it would be almost impossible to even get past you guys to do all this.

The Baron: next time I ringmaster….

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: I see if make possible.

Russ: okay excellent.

The Baron: he sprechen zie and you sprechen zie ya? Speaks.

Russ: oh yeah absolutely, that'd be great.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: because I haven't talked to Taal in a long time.

The Baron: I arrange.

Russ: oh thank you, that would be great. That’s one thing I want to work on is we’re working with these groups and we have to make better friends but at the same time…

The Baron: you make better friends. I lose many……I forgive for what done but not forget.

Russ: I don’t blame you.

The Baron: you have person fictional that say “you Klingon bastards, you kill my son!!” I find very funny to watch but understand emotion.

Russ: right, right and he never forgave them.

The Baron: ahh, I.....

Russ: actually he did finally, he understood. Capt. Kirk of the Starship Enterprise.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: I didn’t know you even watched that.

The Baron: it beamed out into space, listen on long flights.

Russ: good for a few laughs.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: okay, excellent. All right, well who’s next on board then tonight?

The Baron: I put on another young lady.

Russ: excellent.

The Baron: young lady boisterous but soft-spoken with friend.

Russ: ahh okay. I can think of a couple but it sounds like Leah.

The Baron: nein. Young lady that have auric flashes when Capt. Hasif around? (Lyka)

Russ: hmm, okay. Well I guess I
’ll find out then real quickly.

The Baron: she sprech……she say you know her.

Russ: okay.

The Baron: I sprechen……..look for catchword?

Russ: oh okay.

The Baron: what right way to speak that? Catchword.

Russ: you mean the correct word?

The Baron: yeah for catchword.

Russ: oh.

The Baron: Omal have “I be back.” Tia have……

Russ: oh, catchphrase.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: catchphrase, oh okay.

The Baron: I think of catch……what you say?

Russ: catchphrase.

The Baron: danka, catchphrase.

Russ: my pleasure.

(Alana joins the party.)

Russ: hi Kiri, no? Lyka? No. Hmm, Alana?

Alana: yes.

Russ: ahh Alana, how you doing sweetheart?

Alana: do you want my honest answer?

Russ: no, but you can lie to me a lot.

Alana: nah, I'm not going to.

Russ: oh well.

Alana: I’m going to tell you the truth.

Russ: oh good.

Alana: very wet.

Russ: oh God. Well glad to hear it, just got through swimming with the dolphins?

Alana: you could say that.

Russ: well, I’ll see if Karra can get you a towel. (laughs)

Alana: if she would....would do.

Russ: well excellent, excellent. I assume everything's going well then?

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: good and how’s Miranda my love? (Our daughter together and reincarnation of Karra's and Kiri's mother.)

Alana: she’s doing well.

Russ: excellent.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: you know I’m coming up every day….

Alana: yes.

Russ: to see, ahh you do.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: okay, I was hoping I would get to see her some time too, her and Kevin.

Alana: they’re both doing very well.

Russ: excellent, why don’t I try to stop down at the dolphin pool then and might come up?

Alana: uh-huh, Miranda’s going to be spending some time with Kiri. She’s getting very interested in taking things apart.

Russ: oh, getting that engineering sense huh?

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: excellent, excellent.

Alana: which I think might be a little bit hard for Kiri.

Russ: well I mean teaching young ones isn’t…..

Alana: well she’s getting more like my grandmother was in her mannerisms and stuff.

Russ: who, Kiri is?

Alana: no.

Russ: oh, Miranda is.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: oh, hmm. Oh I see what you mean.

Alana: yes.

Russ: oh I got it, old habits coming back.

Alana: uh-huh, I only have stories to go from but mum said that she’s getting very much like she remembers her.

Russ: hmm.

Alana: even how she likes to have her hair worn.

Russ: well good.

Alana: hopefully Kiri can handle it.

Russ: I have to admit it would probably be a little bit disconcerting.

Alana: uh-huh, I should imagine it would be. Anyway…..

Russ: yes my dear.

Alana: I’m here to talk about communications with animals.

Russ: excellent, excellent.

Alana: dealing with them in a spiritual way as well.

Russ: okay.

Russ: drafted at short notice. Mum said to me, "come down and talk" and this was like an hour ago.

Russ: ahh.

Alana: dragged me out of bed.

Russ: well you know mom....or Karra, she’s always got a reason for this.

Alana: she was lucky I answered.

Russ: oh.

Alana: I thought it might have been another friend.

Russ: another friend?

Alana: oh we've been having some fun. Oh, I’ve got to tell you.

Russ: what you got?

Alana: remember I took a little trip a few weeks ago?

Russ: yeah.

Alana: I got to meet an idol of mine.

Russ: what?

Alana: I’ve always missed her when she’s come to the base.

Russ: oh, who did you meet?

Alana: finally met Bunny in the flesh.

Russ: Bunny, you met Bunny.

Alana: literally in the flesh.

Russ: you hadn’t met her at the base?

Alana: no, I’ve always missed her.

Russ: how could you miss her? She’s probably the most single most dynamic person on the base when she gets there.

Alana: oh yes she is but I’ve always…….

Russ: I can’t imagine you missing her.

Alana: she taught me some interesting little things.

Russ: uh-hmm.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: that’s funny, when will we get to see her again?

Alana: probably after Christmas.

Russ: okay.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: good. She gets a school break then?

Alana: yeah.

Russ: excellent. oh well I’m glad to hear you got to finally meet the one and only.

Alana: uh-huh. Bunny does not wear clothes.

Russ: huh?

Alana: very often.

Russ: oh.

Alana: she will wear a wrap, a short wrap at that. You know how bad my sex drive is?

Russ: it seems to have gotten a little bit more than it was last time we talked.

Alana: well that was partly because I was with Bunny but….

Russ: oh, she taught you that move huh?

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: ahh okay.

Alana: she also taught me that pain, the right amount applied in the right places can be really exquisite.

Russ: oh, excellent.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: well that certainly must have been something that was a little shock for your girlfriend when you came back?

Alana: uh-huh, it was.

Russ: I can well imagine. All right dear, let’s….what do we have on the table? Let’s go ahead and work with animals and communication.

Alana: okay yes sorry, I’m giving off those heavy vibes aren’t I?

Russ: yeah well I’ll keep you directed here dear.

Alana: okay, now one of the important things is communicating with animals is to understand that a lot of them function on emotions and instinct. They do not have a clear thought processes, there are exceptions. One of the surprising exceptions that are not highly thinking are the canine. The canine act primarily on learning patterns that are hammered in to them that if they do this, that happens, if they do that, this happens. So their behavioral patterns, although it appears intelligent and smart, is more along the lines of being rewarded in gift.

Russ: uh-huh.

Alana: felines on the other hand, a lot of them do actuate on instinct and emotions. The smaller variety of the domestic kind fall into two distinct categories, those that are aware and those that are instinctual with little awareness.

Russ: hmm.

Alana: now those that are aware tend to be more, not so much affectionate but more focused in on who they are more in tune with.

Russ: hmm.

Alana: for example, there is a feline that you have in your house that is very affectionate to one person and one person only. (Mark's cat Joey.)

Russ: uh-huh.

Alana: that feline is very aware, in fact I’ve seen that feline slouching around or more sneaking around up here from time to time.

Russ: uh-huh.

Alana: also you have another feline which is not so affectionate but is also a visitor here from time to time that comes up here more for spiritual companionship.

Russ: who’s that, Ganja? (One of the house cats.)

Alana: it’s brown, tan with black and is little.

Russ: brown, tan, black and is little.

Alana: uh-huh, always walks around with its tail like this.

Russ: hmm, it’s probably Ganja.

Alana: yea big, about yea tall. Really long legs. Anyway, felines that are more instinctual tend to be more affectionate because it is you, I give you affection, you reward me by making me comfortable and giving me food. In return for that, I bring you gifts. I bring you freshly caught birds, freshly caught rodents.

Russ: right.

Alana: so it is that side. Now, as I am a marine biologist, whales. Whales are definitely sentient but like people, you have various different degrees of intelligence. Unfortunately, the bigger they are, the less intelligent they appear to be.

Russ: hmm.

Alana: you get down to the orcas. Orcas are highly intelligent, highly social, highly communicative and they travel around in family pods......

Russ: right.

Alana: and they’re very much in tune with each other. Going down even smaller, dolphins. Again, a lot of them travel in groups, are very social, very communicative and highly intelligent.

Russ: hmm.

Alana: so being able to communicate with them, you have to interact on their level, on their level of understanding. A dog, you communicate through short commands, signals and rewards. Felines, you communicate with through voice commands, emotions and rewards and gentle tones in the voice. Whales, now the big ones are difficult to communicate with, they may interact and they may not. Orcas will interact, Dolphins will play. Orcas you interact with on a more of a spiritual level. The same with dolphins, you don’t have the ability to make the voice clicks and whistles and clacks and so on. That is hard for you to communicate. I have to wear a special device that makes it easier for me to make those noises but I know what they’re saying.

Russ: hmm.

Alana: okay?

Russ: okay. Now then with the orcas, aren’t you like a rather small treat for them?

Alana: no.

Russ: I mean you're about the same size as the seal.

Alana: nah, they won’t go for me. They wouldn't go for a human.

Russ: why? I mean it’s….how would they tell……I mean they know the difference I’m sure.

Alana: oh yes they did.

Russ: why would they not……?

Alana: by smell, by….you don’t have the flesh content or the fat.

Russ: hmm.

Alana: or I don’t. I know you don’t. You’re not quite as skinny as you were.

Russ: true, thank goodness.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: but even in a wetsuit I look like seal.

Alana: no you don’t.

Russ: well, two legs yeah.

Alana: you have two legs, two arms that are much longer than a seal. You're shorter then some seals, you’re not as fat as most seals.

Russ: maybe a baby seal?

Alana: don’t even look anything like a baby seal.

Russ: oh, so they wouldn’t go for me. I haven’t heard of many orcas attacking humans.

Alana: I haven’t heard of any.

Russ: hmm, I’m sure there’s a story or two but I can’t…..

Alana: probably.

Russ: okay, so basically they are fairly intelligent.

Alana: yes they are, highly intelligent.

Russ: okay and so you can communicate with them in the wild or is that......?

Alana: well with the correct apparatus I can.

Russ: okay.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: now what’s the purpose of being able to communicate with animals?

Alana: well the purpose is that depending on what you are communicating with, is that you can get them to do things, you can get them to relay information.

Russ: well to other animals?

Alana: other animals, yourself.

Russ: kind of......

Alana: kind of yeah. However if I’m correct, Dr. Doolittle is purely fictitious and fish don’t communicate that much.

Russ: right. So working with cats, which is all we really work with around here.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: all I’ve mostly noticed is that they have pleasure, satisfaction or need.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: and it basically breaks down into those three......

Alana: yes.

Russ: or two actually, pleasure and satisfaction would be the same thing. So satisfaction and need.

Alana: yes.

Russ: okay so what we’re talking about is going to the next level of communication.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: okay? And that would be working with them on a more spiritual sense?

Alana: yes. Can you do some translation for me? What’s this and that mean?

Russ: try that again. Oh, five minutes, wrap it up.

Alana: oh okay.

Russ: because it will be 11 o’clock.

Alana: ahh yes............sorry.

Russ: no problem dear. So just real quickly, let’s go over to take it to the next step with communicating with animals.

Alana: okay.

Russ: specifically cats in our case because they’re the ones we have the most practice with.

Alana: okay.

Russ: like the small kittens out there who are just growing up.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: no experience or contact with other….

Alana: well you work on that point on the reward process. You give them something or you try to get them to do something, if they do it you reward them, if they don’t you don’t.

Russ: isn’t that the same type of action we do with dogs?

Alana: yes but with cats being a little bit more intelligent, they will learn much faster and it will get to the point where it won’t be so much the reward that they’re after, it’s more the satisfaction of having done something.

Russ: hmm okay, I see. All right so we’ll work on that, now communicating with them on a mental level.......

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: just start like a mental commands or directions or greetings, stuff like that and see how they respond? If they respond well, then give them some of the food.

Alana: uh-huh.




(Alana wraps up her portion of the chat.)

Alana: by....by my love.

Russ: oh.

Alana: she’s not hitting on him, she’s sucking on the ear and licking the face of a technician and looking over at him and totally distracting him.

Russ: ahh, well I suppose that could happen.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: okay, so what we want to work on then is mental telepathy with kittens.

Alana: yes but with reward process.

Russ: with reward process of course.

Alana: uh-huh. Now it can also be used I believe, bit of deduction reasoning, is with telepathy.

Russ: uh-huh.

is that you want them to be not so much focused in on just maintaining themselves and getting nourishment and warmth. Once they get to become more active, that’s when you start to communicate with them..

Russ: okay.

Alana: now learning the process at an early age for them is a step towards learning how to use that on humanoid offspring.

Russ: excellent, okay we’ll have one of those to practice in a little while too.

Alana: something that’s very hard. Having trained felines that think in the now is very hard to break them of that habit in fact I've probably trained maybe about 20 felines and I’ve only had one that succeeded.

Russ: well dolphins do the same right? Dolphins don’t look to the future or the past, they look only to the now right?

Alana: I beg your pardon?

Russ: I don’t know, I’ve never worked with them but I always….

Alana: they look to the past because there was a good hunting ground.

Russ: oh, see I’m asking you because you would know.

Alana: uh-huh.

Russ: and I wouldn’t.

Alana: yes, they look to the past because that was a good hunting ground, maybe we should go back there one day or, we don’t go to that place because it was….yes I know….was a negative experience, one of their members got hurt or killed and thank you.

Russ: bye-bye love.

Alana: bye.

(The Baron transitions to the next speaker.)

Russ: greetings again.

The Baron: greetings. Okay, I watch and observe.

Russ: oh good, yeah you're getting an idea of what our little sessions go through here.

The Baron: ya. I see problems need controlling. Non-speaking persons no in here.

Russ: ahh, no observers.

The Baron: ahh ya.

Russ: yeah.

The Baron: up here, not down there.

Russ: right.

The Baron: I think that problem much distraction ya?

Russ: to some people, it doesn’t distract me too much.

The Baron: distract technician from doing efficient actions.

Russ: I can imagine.

The Baron: distract myself, it not good ya?

Russ: right.

The Baron: so no more. When I do ringmaster……

Russ: well just lay down the law.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: absolutely.

The Baron: much so.

Russ: that’s all the part of being the ringmaster......

The Baron: ya.

Russ: control of the environment that you’re in.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: absolutely.

The Baron: okay, I put on Omal being next.

Russ: excellent.

The Baron: hmm, work on catchphrase.

Russ: anything yet?

The Baron: ya, ya. I drive red convertible, age 25, kill eight, no nein. (James Dean.)

Russ: keep working on it.

The Baron: ahh, straighten up and fly right.

Russ: there is a good one.

The Baron: ahh, better.

Russ: ahh, you got a better one.

The Baron: ya, beware of the Baron in sun.

Russ: beware of the hun in the sun.

The Baron: nein, Baron in the sun.

Russ: Baron in the sun, even better. Yeah, that fits you.

The Baron: danka.

Russ: danka shen.

the Baron:


(Omal makes his entrance.)

Russ: Omal.

Omal: greetings and felicitations Russ.

Russ: greetings and felicitations, how’s it going?

Omal: it is going well, I am much impressed.

Russ: excellent, I am too. He’s doing quite a good job, spotting problems right away, I’m glad we’re having problems right away.

Omal: yes, I think he is doing an excellent job.

Russ: I agree completely.

Omal: I have lined up for next week as a ringmaster, but it may be difficult because of his attention span. The man with the can. (Treebeard)

Russ: I can see some possible problems there.

Omal: yes, I am trying lots of different people. I was thinking of having another strict disciplinarian come in as a temporary ring mistress while she is here however, she is just as playful as Alana and her girlfriend.

Russ: okay, who’s that? Lyka?

Omal: yes.

Russ: I don’t know, the Baron’s doing a really great job though.

Omal: yes, I think so too.

Russ: he’s going to bring in Taal and that’s really important because I wanted to work with Taal and he recognized that and spotted that right away.

Omal: you missed something.

Russ: well I’m not there so I'll have to take your word for it.

Omal: no, a comment that he made.

Russ: oh.

Omal: he addressed somebody by her correct title and name.

Russ: oh, I caught that.

Omal: uh-huh, Capt. Hirosh.

Russ: oh he said that? I thought he was talking about lady ambassador.

Omal: that as well.

Russ: Mme. Ambassador.

Omal: uh-huh. But he gave full respect to Lyka.

Russ: yes, that's very good.

Omal: I think that is what is needed although Tia is sorely missed in her…..she does spot problems, she is not as strict.

Russ: well she likes to have as much fun as everybody else.

Omal: yes but I think that……I think that the Baron needs this opportunity.

Russ: I think he’s doing a great job, I don’t know about the man with the can. A couple times I’ve talked with him, he was a little unfocused.

Omal: uh-huh yes but…..

Russ: and he wouldn’t be able to wear a helmet.

Omal: that’s correct.

Russ: so he’d have a tough time with the whole process like he did last time with the channeling facilities. But hey, but I'm willing to try......

Omal: yes but the man with the can has when he is focused and his mind is, he preps his mind beforehand for something serious, he would more treat us as if we were his plants.

Russ: okay, well you know the man better than I do.

Omal: I am more leaning to inviting The Baron back.......

Russ: well you got my approval.

Omal: he definitely needs something to replace his focus.

Russ: well this gives him good social interaction too which I think is very important at least for Tuesday’s.

Omal: his twitch he has until he suits up and he has it until he sits in the cockpit and as soon as he grabs the control column, the twitch is gone. But I can see that it will start to affect him later on.

Russ: it’s a degenerating effect?

Omal: yes I think so.

Russ: that’s what I thought.

Omal: he has lived too far and too long on that edge. I would be very upset to see him go the way that he wishes to go.

Russ: I agree with that.

Omal: but I understand what he is thinking.

Russ: oh yeah, I mean he probably didn’t expect to last this long as it is.

Omal: he is one of the oldest…..I would say the oldest without a shadow of the doubt active pilot.

Russ: I can agree with that. I mean he’s already a legend and he’s still going.

Omal: 372?

Russ: that’s a legend and a half.

Omal: yes, most pilots are long gone by that time.

Russ: if they get to that point.

Omal: yes, if once they get to that point, normally they are retired by the time they are 350 and have 50 years of retirement approximately.

Russ: well I don’t think he'd do good at retirement either though.

Omal: no.

Russ: I think he needs something that like you say, fill the void, give him some responsibility.

Omal: yes and I believe that offering him a instructor……non-flying instructor’s job would be killing him anyway.

Russ: it would definitely make him less of what he is.

Omal: yes, it would torture him.

Russ: I think a new career choice is great, it gives him something to choose from that he doesn’t know as well and he gets to learn from it.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: besides, he might prove to surprise you.

Omal: if he…..he’s out of the room at the moment.

Russ: I figured as much.

Omal: yeah, if he survives a month as a ringmaster, I may offer him something that I’ve only done a few times.

Russ: hmm.

Omal: permanent resident status on the base.

Russ: wow.

Omal: but I would have to put that before Sananda.

Russ: right. Well he certainly has got my vote.

Omal: it is not whether it is your vote……

Russ: I know, I know it’s not but I mean hey, good reference from me could help.

Omal: yes.

Russ: you never know.

Omal: the last person that I did was a little bit of a disappointment in the fact that instead of coming out of themselves, they remained as a horticulturalist specialist and became more reclusive.

Russ: oh, the man with the can?

Omal: yes.

Russ: ahh well still, he does serves his purpose where he’s at though.

Omal: very much so.

Russ: so I think you did a good job there.

Omal: the idea was to bring him more out and more active in his retirement.

Russ: well he probably felt out of place.

Omal: I think that is…..well he didn’t have much interaction with people beforehand.

Russ: so you think maybe putting him as a potential ringmaster would help that?

Omal: possibly.

Russ: yeah see, that’s where I kind of….

Omal: it’s a two-edged sword.

Russ: quite right.

Omal: it may be worth the gamble however, if The Baron…….I may give The Baron a second week as a tryout and then try the man with the can but it’s going to be on a week-to-week basis.

Russ: works for me. Hey you know me, I’m pretty flexible with all this stuff.

Omal: yes.

Russ: you know, I’m just happy to be here.

Omal: uh-huh. I mean, maybe in five, six months, Tia may come back as ring mistress, maybe not.

Russ: maybe not, maybe so. Like I say, she would be welcome definitely with her intuitive aspect on earth but I was going to say, the surprise that he might give you is that you might doing more research on what’s going on down here......

Omal: oh I hope so.

Russ: and get more involved in what’s going to happen on this planet and what we’re trying to do with the conference.

Omal: yes.

Russ: so I’m thinking he might be a really good aspect in that.

Omal: certainly, certainly. The Baron is, is certainly a very unique individual with a very interesting outlook and experiences that he brings to these sessions.

Russ: well what’s nice is the fact he’s already been working with the earth so much to this point as it is, that I already feel like you know he’s part of the crew anyway.

Omal: well also the fact that he is very spiritually aware and in tune and is very spiritually gifted. He has also seen the other side, the aggressive, negative nature.

Russ: see I think working with the conference with us, it might be just what he needs.

Omal: it is possible.

Russ: yeah, it’s a stretch, he’d have to make some major, moral changes in his attitude perhaps.

Omal: I would not want that. That is something that he has to do on his own accord.

Russ: oh I know.

Omal: it is something that is not even suggested.

Russ: I agree but I think that it might happen.

Omal: uh-huh but my biggest concern is the degenerative disorder.

Russ: well it’s not going to affect his mind for a while.

Omal: not for a while but……

Russ: not even in my lifetime.

Omal: no, he probably has no more than maybe 25 to 30 years.

Russ: oh, that would be less than my lifetime.

Omal: yes, but you can see in the twitch in his arm.

Russ: yeah.

Omal: it is something that you know it is a warning sign. The deterioration once he retires could happen very fast.

Russ: well that’s why I’m thinking this would be good for him.

Omal: yes.

Russ: but if you want, do him another week and I think…….I mean this is just a get comfortable period anyway.

Omal: oh yes, most certainly.

Russ: so maybe on the second week he’ll feel more comfortable and he’ll do more interactions as far as what’s going on.

Omal: and it will improve his English.

Russ: that’s very possible too. It's a good route for him to go as far as finding some new challenges.

Omal: and also with him being here and suffering a degenerative disorder it may help us……

Russ: true.

Omal: that we will be able to learn more about their physiology.

Russ: true, Karra wanted to help him a bit too if I remember right.

Omal: I got the feeling that was more from pity.

Russ: oh.

Omal: so it is something that is, pity does not work.

Russ: I think it was more of a professional kind of thing on her part.

Omal: yeah, might’ve been both, I wasn’t paying full attention. I was talking with Alana and her young lady.

Russ: ahh okay.

Omal: and Alana is looking very radiant I must say.

Russ: well she’s doing great as a mother.

Omal: oh most certainly. Okay…….

Russ: all right, we got a lot to work to do.

Omal: yes, let us proceed.

Russ: okay, a couple different routes we’re going tonight. Unfortunately, I’ve got a lot of gray area stuff that hopefully won’t go into the gray area……

Omal: okay.

Russ: but it’s on that you know that cutting-edge kind of thing that I'll go on to later.

Omal: tell you what, let’s get them out of the way first.

Russ: out-of-the-way first? All right, fair enough, let’s go that route.

Omal: so that we do not waste time.

Russ: okay, we have currently the…..what’s this doing here…….we have currently a report from a Mr. Bill Cooper on secret government and the Zeta Reticuli......

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: or I assume it’s the Zeta Reticuli as no one was working it and this is working with the Majestic 12.

Omal: ahh yes?

Russ: okay, now as I remember there was a MJ12 report that did came out I’ve read a couple times…..

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and apparently that was a bogus report put out as a misinformation campaign.

Omal: that's correct.

Russ: this is currently according to this, a corrected report.

Omal: okay.

Russ: in this, we’re working on various projects currently going on within the government and the various control names for them which are fairly interesting.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: the various projects within the government of course are dealing with capturing UFOs….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: reverse engineering, communication with UFOs and working on of course exchange of information.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: through this, we are getting….I mean it’s a long con….I wouldn’t even bother trying to work through it, you already probably already know it more than I do.

Omal: yes.

Russ: but going through here, it’s an interesting fact that that I’m looking down and showing a main base for a alien species happening down in New Mexico.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: an underground base and there’s a couple underground bases, a couple other bases within the area of Area 51.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: okay? Now from these bases, it’s showing that they’re basically setting up shop or they’ve set up shop and our government is all set to, in case anything happens, take it completely out of existence.

Omal: yes, that would be appropriate.

Russ: but not knowing the consequences of doing so, I’m sure they're a little more paranoid about even thinking about such a thing but they are preparing for that eventuality and I’m sure the aliens know that they are preparing for this eventuality.

Omal: then that aliens have disabled that eventuality.

Russ: I wouldn’t doubt that at all. I would if I were on their point. But what’s interesting is they describe the aliens that they’ve communicated with as malevolent.

Omal: uh-huh, malevolent?

Russ: malevolent which means hostile.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and the description they give are definitely Zeta Reticuli. 3 to 5 feet in height, erect, standing biped, long thin legs, small build, our typical Zeta. Now as I remember, Zeta’s in what we’ve worked with them before, weren’t exactly malevolent, hostile, but I think in the environment that they’re working with us that could very definitely happen.

Omal: like anything, there are two sides to every coin or three sides depending on how you look at it.

Russ: true.

Omal: put in the right situation even the most placid beings will assume an aggressive stance to a lesser or greater extent.

Russ: hmm okay, they also tend to lie…..a lot.

Omal: what is your definition of lie?

Russ: saying something that is definitely not true.

Omal: define not true.

Russ: for example, how they say that……they claim " man is a hybrid creature by them and they claim that all religion was created by them to hasten their formation of a civilized culture and to control the human race. They claim that Jesus was a product of their efforts, the aliens have furnished proof of these claims and have a device that allows them to show audibly and visually any part of history that they or we wish to see. They claim that O negative blood is the proof of hybridization and our own science tends to bear out that claim." Now, that doesn’t sound exactly from the truth that we have already come to discover.

Omal: no.

Russ: so I would call that a good example of their…..

Omal: yes, yes.

Russ: various mistruths that they are holding to or putting out.

Omal: ahh but I could also be withholding information.

Russ: true, quite true but again like I say, from my personal experience….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: a lot of this information does show up as right. Now a couple of things that I discovered beyond this report was the military working in conjunction with them and doing the same various experiments that the aliens are doing.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: now if this doesn’t go too much out of weirdness here for us as far as where it’s going, I’d like to work on it real quickly. Namely working with abductees…..

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and doing regressive hypnotherapy, abductees have seen through their regression both alien underground bases they’ve been taken to and military bases, human military bases they’ve been taken to. In both cases they find tubes filled with a breathable liquid that they are either put in or see other humans that are in those and also other aliens in the case of the military bases. And in both cases, they’re apparently shown that the tubes are for high gravity travel so that if you’re traveling at some 50 G’s it won’t crush your body by being within this liquid…….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: containers I guess.

Omal: first of all, I would like to say that yes, there are liquids or a liquid that would do that however, if traveling at high velocity and high G’s this is where the theory goes and goes wrong.

Russ: oh.

Omal: what happens if you increase the G’s on a fluid?

Russ: ahhh, oh compresses?

Omal: compresses it.

Russ: oh it does.

Omal: so that would not work.

Russ: oh. Is there a way that the containers themselves that hold the fluid would make a difference?

Omal: no not really, not unless they were totally sealed units that would be without giving too much away, have a pressure equalizing factor.

Russ: so it is possible?

Omal: yes.

Russ: okay, so I agree that a tube full of water wouldn’t work but perhaps in the way you describe it might.

Omal: now also the people doing the regressions….

Russ: uh-huh.

Omal: or the hypno regressions. In a hypnotic state, an individual is very, very susceptible to having words and ideas planted within them.

Russ: I agree, I know that from a personal experience.

Omal: uh-huh. They’re very open and receptive so anything that is given in a hypnotic state should be wary of in the first place.

Russ: grain of salt.

Omal: yes, especially if you do not have a confirmed source or do not witness it or there is secondhand recorded information.

Russ: okay.

Omal: even secondhand recorded information becomes suspect because somebody is relaying the information.

Russ: hmm, okay.

Omal: and unintentionally, they may put their own interpretation or as the phrase of the moment is, spin.

Russ: ahh, quite correct. Okay, on the same level we're working on here, it has been shown theoretically that aliens who are……people who are abducted by aliens and then returned are shortly thereafter abducted by military, men in black.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and according to this report here, the aliens actually give a daily report of who they abduct so that sort of makes sense is that if they had a daily report of who they abducted, then the military could go in next day and work with them at that point.

Omal: where would I start? It is unlikely that they would give a daily report, I find it hard to believe that the special services would directly thereafter visit individuals that have been abducted unless they were vocal and then the special services would want to know what was going on.

Russ: uh-huh, so you start telling a paper or something I guess?

Omal: correct, you are going to draw attention to yourself. Most abductees don’t for the simple reason that they are not quite sure what happened and either feel ashamed or embarrassed or do not remember.

Russ: uh-huh, or don’t believe it.

Omal: or correct, don’t believe it.

Russ: right, they would dismiss it as some weird dream they had.

Omal: that is correct.

Russ: okay and if probably waiting until they go through regressive therapy, they wouldn’t even realize it was anything less than that anyway.

Omal: correct.

Russ: you know vague memories and stuff. Now it does show in autopsies on Zeta’s that they have two brains.

Omal: no.

Russ: oh they don’t?

Omal: no.

Russ: oh, okay, I was going to think it didn’t make much since they're a collective anyway.

Omal: that is correct.

Russ: so what is the point of having two brains, you only need one.

Omal: that is correct.

Russ: but this is just what I’m reading so I'm trying to get some information from your end. All right, going on to implants, now apparently the implants that are put in are used for control and that if the implants are attempted to be taken out, it kills the host.

Omal: no.

Russ: oh okay, so an implant can be taken out. Is it a studyable kind of implant that we would be able to learn anything from?

Omal: no.

Russ: oh, it’s that foreign to us?

Omal: yes.

Russ: oh okay. All right, so what would be considered possibly the purpose of that?

Omal: I cannot disclose that.

Russ: oh okay.

Omal: not because it is restricted information but because anything that I would give away may have repercussions further down the road in the debates and discussions.

Russ: oh good point but at least we know they can be taken out if it is discovered.

Omal: correct.

Russ: how easy is it to discover it?

Omal: I can’t say.

Russ: oh okay, no problem. Now another thing they discovered was that magnetic fields across temporal lobes are able to affect the psychic abilities of a person.

Omal: no.

Russ: no. Okay, that was apparently one of the things abductees were given was a magnetic field I guess something across the astral lobes to inspire astral travel and psychic abilities.

Omal: if I was to tell you that a crystal that I gave you had magical powers and could make your astral travel better, do you know what would happen?

Russ: what?

Omal: it would make your astral travel better.

Russ: yeah I suppose.

Omal: but why?

Russ: because the brain thinks that it would.

Omal: that’s correct. It's the placebo effect.

Russ: yeah hmm,okay. All right, now is there anything you can tell me about how closely our government is working with the aliens?

Omal: not as closely as people would like to think.

Russ: so this is disinformation here in other words.

Omal: that’s correct.

Russ: oh okay. Because according to this, there is a group of aliens who actually you know do hang out on Area 51 and do work with them on reverse engineering.

Omal: I cannot discuss that however your observations may give you an inkling on what is going on.

Russ: correct. Now here’s a theory, it’s not a question just a theory, that if that were true it would make some sort of sense in the fact that the aliens in the hopes that they might have that a craft might be brought that might have more technical abilities then their skills currently have, they could learn from its reverse engineering at the same time but that’s just a theory.

Omal: that is a very good theory.

Russ: that way I think they’d have a of reason to do so. Just okay they get a Zeta craft, well assuming they certainly know how to make a Zeta craft work, maybe there's something that can make the Zeta craft better.

Omal: the maneuverability and agility of some of our craft?

Russ: just as for an example, sure and they could see a massive benefit out of that then.

Omal: yes but they would be missing one key element.

Russ: the dimensional shift.

Omal: no.

Russ: oh.

Omal: put it this way, when a pilot expires from old age, what happens to the vessel?

Russ: Oh that's right. It's basically its soul or its brain goes with him.

Omal: correct.

Russ: so if the pilot dies, so does the ship.

Omal: correct.

Russ: hmm, kind of a safety factor.

Omal: uh-huh, there is a symbiotic relationship.

Russ: oh that’s right, I forgot about that. I should ask The Baron about that actually, maybe next week will be a good one with that. Is he still in the room?

Omal: yes.

Russ: oh excellent, cool. Okay now then, question for you, perception creates reality and vice a versa?

Omal: correct.

Russ: okay, good because this is a major question that I want to work with you on.

Omal: okay.

Russ: now I’d like to know kind of what levels of perception create what levels of creation, or reality I should say, sorry. Or should I define that question?

Omar yes please, define.

Russ: okay, let’s say for example, I focus on one area of reality I want to affect.

Omal: uh-huh.

 Russ: and this focus is absolute.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: nothing disturbs my thought process or concentration accept that reality I wish to create.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: how effective is that or is that compared to the effect of my focusing?

Omal: it is compared A, to the effect to your focusing, B it is affected by your perception of time.

Russ: hmm.

Omal: do you wish the change to occur immediately or over a given period of time or gradually?

Russ: so it needs to be expressed?

Omal: correct. If you do not express it, you do not get results. If you express it as now, then you will not get results because you realize that it is very unlikely that the changes will occur immediately.

Russ: right.

Omal: so the chances are decreased with the more imminent deadline.

Russ: there’s an exception to that rule though.

Omal: to a certain extent yes.

Russ: for health and healing, let’s say I have a headache.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and I want to change my reality of that headache to be gone and in that case I would focus strictly on seeing that headache gone and immediately.

Omal: not always immediately.

Russ: really?

Omal: what do you define as immediately?

Russ: like in the next……

Omal: (snaps his finger.)

Russ: oh.

Omal: like that?

Russ: no, five minutes.

Omal: okay, that is a perception of time.

Russ: so you specify five minutes, ahhhhh, got you.

Omal: if you say immediately now and it is not gone….

Russ: it affects your belief system.

Omal: correct so you have to be realistic.

Russ: okay right, you have to have an idea of how long it takes you to get rid of a headache and if you haven’t gotten rid of a headache before for example, you wouldn’t know how long it takes so you’re guessing.

Omal: that is correct.

Russ: so your best bet is to estimate out your best guess and double it and say that is a good point.

Omal: correct.

Russ: oh okay, so a good perception of time then. Rats that time has to go in a linear fashion like this.......

Omal: yes.

Russ: but I guess I have to work with that.

Omal: I also have to make a request.

Russ: sure.

Omal: Mark will not have a cup of tea no less than an hour, anytime before an hour before the channeling session.

Russ: ahh, in other words, we need to have Kiri come on next?

Omal: no, I can be capable of taking care of it, there is no Kiri tonight.

Russ: oh okay.

Omal: please do the honors.

Russ: of course.

(Russ kills the tape while Omal takes care of nature’s calling in Mark’s body.)

Omal: again, I will state, Mark will stop drinking tea an hour before the session.

Russ: that will work fine, I’m sure he’ll pick that up and I’ll remind them when he comes back.

Omal: okay good.

Russ: all right, okay so back on reality and perception of reality….

Omal: okay.

Russ: and being able to change the creation of that. Point is, how much do you, can you…….can I see about the future to change it in a way that won’t affect my karmic lessons?

Omal: karmic lessons, by generalizing. Certain things do need to be specific. For example, I would like a vehicle, that has seemed to have been a thought that is very prevalent around your inhabitantance .

Russ: true.

Omal: okay, what kind of vehicle? What shape of vehicle, what function of vehicle? An automobile, a two wheeled vehicle, two wheeled vehicle with a propulsion system, a three wheeled vehicle, three
wheeled vehicle with a large propulsion system etc.

Russ: right.

Omal: so things like that can be specified.

Russ: okay.

Omal: generalizations can have a negative effect but they also have a positive effect so it depends on the situation. Each goal and objective and reality needs to have a specific plan. Now the plans and interfering with karmic lessons are part of the process, part of the learning.

Russ: right, so it’s not something where you just say, “well I’ll probably need to learn this one way or another, screw it.”

Omal: that’s part of the karmic lessons. Don’t forget that your subconscious interacts with the lessons that have been programmed to occur.

Russ: true, very true. So in essence you need to have your faith in your own higher consciousness?

Omal: correct.

Russ: super consciousness as I remember our exact words.

Omal: superego.

Russ: superego, thank you, correct. The superego you have to have faith in the fact that if you think about it, obviously there’s reason for you thinking about it, it’s part of your karmic path.

Omal: correct and weighing and analyzing what is beneficial, not just for yourself but for others.

Russ: right, otherwise just go watch a game of Monday night football.

Omal: correct.

Russ: okay. So the question is whether you want to be a doer or a watcher.

Omal: or a sedimentary individual.

Russ: yeah right okay, good point. Hmm, I guess in this particular instance with the individuals all involved are pretty well doers.

Omal: yes.

Russ: we don’t sit around a whole lot in this place.

Omal: last question.

Russ: okay…..

Omal: I have been instructed to….

well excellent, excellent. Well this is a tough one. Okay, the Zeta Reticuli or we’ll just take any alien for this point instead of just generalizing, have been through this report here said to take females who are three months pregnant….

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and remove the babies in a way that they can then work on them.

Omal: and then replace them back I would assume.

Russ: I’m not sure, it didn't actually say that.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: I’m just generalizing but what are the odds on that happening here?

Omal: very unlikely.

Russ: beauty.

Omal: now, I would like to make a comment on that.

Russ: okay.

Omal: there are several possible reasons why ladies would claim that. That they were pregnant and then the baby mysteriously disappeared. One is, they were not pregnant.

Russ: uh-huh.

Omal: the second one is they are looking for sympathy. The third is that they self-induced an abortion and then claimed it on somebody else such as the Zeta’s to get publicity and to get sympathy.

Russ: wow, I guess that would work. Hmm interesting, thank you for that.

Omal: you are welcome. Thank you, live long, prosper and I’ll be back.

Russ: all right.

(The Baron finishes up things.)

Russ: greetings Baron.

The Baron: greetings.

Russ: excellent.

The Baron: danka.

Russ: hmm, what an interesting night tonight, it's quite informative.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: very informative which brings me to a question that I have for you.

The Baron: ya?

Russ: concerning you and your ship. Omal talked about how you and your ship are symbiotically connected.

The Baron: ya, ya.

Russ: first off, can you like take off and go to Sirius if you want?

The Baron: ya.

Russ: well that’s kind of handy. Folks have to wait a long time before they can go trip off to Sirius anytime they want. You’ve got a ship ready to go.

The Baron: nein, when I stop being pilot….

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: ship also retire.

Russ: oh no.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: you can't just kind of parked in the garage and….

The Baron: nein.

Russ: take it out for a spin?

The Baron: nein.

Russ: well that’s too bad. I thought that would be kind of a nice benefit you know?

The Baron: it because consciousness taken…..taken out……

Russ: uh-huh.

The Baron: and become transport of other method.

Russ: oh I see, I see, it’s used somewhere else.

The Baron: ya.

Russ: oh okay.

The Baron: ship become…..become a new person’s ship with no consciousness.

Russ: oh.

The Baron: I keep consciousness for transport.

Russ: okay good.

The Baron: yeah.

Russ: hmm okay, so you never lose that?

The Baron: nein.

Russ: that’s good. Well we were talking about ships that have been crashed here on earth. For example if one of the ships from the base crashed on earth and its pilot was dead, is there any way somebody could fly that ship after that point?

The Baron: nein, without consciousness…….

Russ: right without……

The Baron: when I die, consciousness die.

Russ: oh okay, so no one could take that ship and fly it through any means whatsoever? The propulsion system’s basically gone?

The Baron: all functional but no consciousness to activate.

Russ: oh, okay. Good, I’m glad to hear that.

The Baron: ya. Part of safety…..safety…..

Russ: factor?

The Baron: nein, nein.

Russ: well we’ll figure it out.

Baron: I get……

Russ: I know the general idea you’re trying to get to.

The Baron: ya, I get disk, learn your sprechen zie?

Russ: oh my English?

The Baron: ya.

Russ: oh that would be good, it’s a tough language to learn to get really good at, proficient.

The Baron: I just hope to not talk with….what is word?


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