Archivist Notes: For May, the channeling
session from the members of Ashtar Command is unique
in several ways. The first is that the members are
only three and it's just composed of Omal, Korton,
and Tia. Another is that it's only a 60 minute tape
instead of the usual 90. As we get started on our
summary, Omal reminds me of our schedule of the
night which would be wrapping up shielding training
that had been going on since the first week we began
the channeling sessions. Before we dive into that
training we we go through a question and answer
period where the first subject covered is on
farsighting which also included astral travel to the
base. My recent practice have resulted in getting to
the base only to find myself falling asleep once
there. Omal had the suggestion to try both cutting
down on external stimuli while increasing internal
stimuli with either coffee or tea. We next go into
the manifestation practice I had worked on earlier
where I was using a technique Omal had me practicing
calling negative feedback loop on a candle which was
the center of my focus. To my surprise I ended up
making a connection with a fire elemental and shared
some energy with it as I was trying to manipulate
the shape of the flame of the candle. The last
subject before we get into the lesson was on
Kirilian photography and its beginnings up to today.
I was searching for any other options for seeing the
aura. That brought us to the dissertation that would
complete the training on shielding as this is where
he was providing the details on the last two and
hardest of the shielding levels. The first is called
static shielding whereby a coating is applied around
the shield that is made up of audio interference,
television static, and the mental ability to hold
both at the same time as well as the other shields
being incorporated. The final level of shielding is
called stacked shielding whereby a series of domes
going over the regular shielding already in place.
Each dome would be a percentage weaker than the one
before it though the effort to get through it would
act like impact barriers on a freeway. More of the
force is absorbed the bigger the barrier. By the
time an attacker gets to the main shields, they've
already used up what energy they had. A key feature
of the attack that would warrant such a defense is
one from a group using the combined power of their
minds in a meta-concert. He sketches out how such an
attack would take place and finishes out the side by
pointing out that such an arrangement would take the
time needed to erect the shielding necessary so it
would be in place at the time the final attack is
launched. It explains why it was the final level of
shielding as the mental acrobatics needed to have
everything working in perfect conjunction would be
helped with some practice against imaginary
opponents ahead of time. On side two he would
explain what to do in a worst-case scenario.
Side two starts much as side one ended.
Omal finishes up his answer to what happens if you
get ganged up on by a group of highly talented
individuals working in conjunction enough to
overwhelm your shields. Omal explains that there may
need to be some mental healing afterwords but it may
not be a fight you can win. Korton is ready to
channel at that point so the speaker positions are
switched but not the subject. Almost immediately,
Korton launches into a quick quiz to see if I had
retained the shielding knowledge they had been
working on continuously. One regret of the night was
that one of our friends down here named Bethany had
not made it to the session though her attendance had
been expected. After successfully passing Korton's
quiz, he reveals the training we had been receiving
had a secondary goal of being used at some time in
the future to train others. This is that time some
30 years later. We move on to lighter matters which
is where a person very familiar in the archives
comes up in the conversation. I mention a tarot card
reading I had done for a young lady of my
acquaintance named Carrie and that I may be inviting
her to an upcoming channeling session. To this point
she hadn't spoken with Korton or Ashtar yet.
Little did we know how life-changing it would be for
everyone involved both here and on the base over the
years to come. Switching topics, we review my
experiments with a negative feedback loop and he
explains where I went wrong in incredible detail.
His talent is communication and he use that talent
to explain in easy terms how to resolve future
experiments. An example of how he was able to
simplify the process was to use the analogy of a
drill. A small drill can set a channel to allow a
larger drill to follow in its path to enlarge the
hole. With the negative feedback loop and an ability
such as manifestation, I had been essentially using
a battering ram instead of a laser. Tia had finally
shown up so Korton was obliged to step aside and let
her finish out the channeling session. After his
departure, Tia confirms some tips I had given her
for her skiing had paid off. This is so early into
our channeling sessions that Kiri was going through
morning sickness with Alex and Tia not yet pregnant
with the Cubs. As we've heard in recent sessions,
those roles would be reversed with Tia going through
an intense pregnancy. Our next topic is on astral
travel and how I had been all of a sudden contacted
mentally by Karra's daughter Klarra while I had been
walking down the street. A bit of explanation on
what was discussed, I had explained cars to her that
had been passing by. I also worked with Tia about
the fire elemental I had been in contact with and
sought her help in how to proceed further or to
discourage future interactions due to the problems
that could arise from a fire Deva and the national
forest in my backyard. We end things on a request
from Mark that in the future when Tia and Kiri were
both trying to channel through his body at once that
they not fight over who was in control. With only
three speakers, this session still ended up being
one of our most informative.
In love, light, and wisdom as one,
Russ and Karra
|MARK CROCKER (Channel)
||RUSS HATFIELD (Archivist)
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Omal: good evening Russ.
Russ: good evening Korton, how are you this evening?
Omal: try again.
Russ: noooo. You guys are getting too good at this,
Omal: oh well, that's a miss.
Russ: you do this just on purpose. How are you this
Russ: Moi. Well, good to hear from you.
Omal: you're welcome. Good to be here.
Russ: well excellent.
Omal: live, from center stage.
Russ: well that's for sure.
Omal: big crowd tonight, huh?
Russ: oh yeah, crowd of one.
(Russ laughs at that)
Omal: my performances must be getting dull and
tedious then. Have to spice things up like play
around with electrical currents.
Russ: juggle fire perhaps.
Omal: want to be a master at moving this body
Russ: fair enough.
Omal: okay, have you any questions for me before we
get into the serious matter this evening?
Russ: okay, well I've got tons of questions but
since we're working on farsighting tonight, I'll
Omal: umm, that's in a few days. If you remember,
the scheduling was for farsight last time, shielding
Omal: look through your notes.
Russ: let's see, Friday oh, final capability of
Omal: correct. But you have questions concerning
Russ: yes. Number one then, how do you manage to
avoid the sleep phase of farsighting?
Omal: me, personally?
Russ: oh, I'm sorry, I keep........how do I avoid
the sleep phase of farsighting?
Omal: by keeping yourself......stimulate yourself
beforehand so you have an energy flow and it seems
that he still has this cold to contend with.
Russ: almost gone.
Russ: it's almost gone.
Omal: okay, first of all, you get yourself active
and then you relax. Get the adrenaline flowing?
Omal: and then you relax and you can have something
like a cup of coffee or a cup of tea or......
(Omal begins sorting through some of the thoughts
running through Mark's brain)
Omal: hmm, she had a few aircraft of some kind?
Russ: dastardly Huns.
Omal: dastardly Huns? Explain Hun.
Russ: that would be the German fighters of World War
II and the bombers that are part of the computer
game that we play a lot.
(A game Mark, myself and Bethany had been playing)
Omal: oh. Okay, maybe.........accessing.......Hawker
Russ: yeah, that's the one.
Russ: but my problem is when I stimulate myself with
coffee or tea.....
Omal: you have a problem of still being aware of
your body here?
Russ: right. Like it's either one or the other. If I
go to a point like tonight....
Russ: where I disassociated myself from my body
completely, got myself to Hades Base and promptly
Russ: but when I drink tea or coffee or I get
stimulated and I go farsighting.....
Omal: you're aware of your body.....
Russ: yeah, I farsight fine but I cannot separate
Omal: yeah. Have you tried the deep breathing
Russ: yeah, I've tried the deep breathing, I've
tried the switches.....
Omal: what about the chakras?
Russ: tried the chakras.
Omal: hmm, possibly it's just that you need
practice. Shutting down as much stimuli around you
as possible such as decrease the amount of
Russ: that's where my problem comes in. See, that's
what I did tonight.
Russ: and it's so close to the same phase I use to
Russ: that my body says good night.
Omal: yes, that is a little bit of a problem.
Russ: but I'm going to keep working on it.
Russ: I haven't given up this.
Omal: don't give up.
Russ: I won't. It's my goal for life and I will get
Russ: but I'm not too patient with myself. I rush
Omal: can you explain why the channeler has a little
bit of nervousness and apprehension?
Russ: well he had questions about parts of the tape
where Tia and Kiri were fighting to get control of
his body there and he wanted me......
Omal: I don't think it's that.
Russ: okay. You got me.
Omal: no, we will try to get hold of him and ask him
Russ: okay, fair enough.
Omal: okay, next question.
Russ: okay. Working this evening or a little earlier
this afternoon on manifestation?
Russ: and I thought you might like this information.
Russ: got in contact with a fire Deva this
Russ: and used a negative feedback loop continuously
which ran through my right arm to inspire a fire.
Russ: and it worked. The fire came up and at which
point I was contacted by, I guess you would call it
an entity of the fire......
Russ: which gave its name and used my energy to
build a little bit more fire and we kind of were in
Russ: I guess you could say and it is quite
enlightening and comforting and loving.
Omal: presumably this was when you were lighting a
fire earlier on this afternoon?
Omal: uh-huh. Around about fourish?
Russ: right. You would've seen a bunch of
metaphysical activity just go up the wall.
Russ: in which case I was listening to "Tubular
Bells" on the headphones.
Omal: okay, hold on. Oh, recent memory.
Russ: right, we just made it.
Omal: ahh, okay. You wish me to say what I was going
to say or were you going to explain first?
Russ: no, go ahead.
Omal: it's just that Korton told me that it was
filed deep and that he couldn't access it when he
tried and yet it is sitting here right on the top.
Russ: right. I just bought the tape today.
Russ: and just before we started the session I
played a section of it for Mark so that....
Omal: Spanish guitar.
Russ: Spanish guitar, glockenspiel.....
Omal: what is......?
Russ: a Spanish guitar would be a six string
instrument with a wider body than most guitars that
gives it a more deeper sound.
Omal: okay, glockenspiel.
Russ: it's like a large xylophone Mark explained to
Omal: uh-huh, okay. Well, we will access the rest of
it at a later date.
Russ: but the rest of the tape I used to get get the
Russ: to inspire me. And at that point, energy
coming out of my hand was so hot.......
Russ: it was almost to a point of uncomfortableness
but not quite.
Omal: uh-huh, and you were using a negative feedback
Russ: right, but not sending it back into my third
Omal: yeah, but now you are aware of the capability
of the negative feedback loop.
Omal: and have you been scared by it?
Russ: no. It was a dramatic breakthrough, I loved
every second of it.
Omal: be warned, it can be dangerous.
Russ: I'm warned, I'm playing with it very
Omal: carefully, yes. As we once said to you about
the channeler with his manifestation capability
concerning setting fire to something accidentally,
perhaps you ought to to purchase a fire
Russ: might be an idea but what was interesting,
well the entity that I contacted.........
Russ: was every bit as elemental of fire as I could
Russ: the whole persona....
Russ: was fire like.
Russ: his name is Ember or its name is Ember.
Russ: and one minute it's there not living and the
next minute it's brought into light in full glory
and then back to its namesake.
Russ: it was sort of neat.
Omal: okay, it's very informative, as we will file
that for study.
Russ: okay. I assume other elementals can be
Russ: with work.
Omal: with practice and skill and determination.
Russ: I got all that.
Russ: alrighty, on to work.
Omal: next question.
Russ: ahh, on auras.
Russ: I am currently reading a book called the human
Russ: and in fact it's a two books that I'm reading
now. One is on the human aura, one is Navy SEAL's.
Which is not to be confused with the mammal...
Omal: ahh, okay.
Russ: this is a special, elite.....
Omal: ahh, special, elite service keen on planting
Omal: blowing things up from under water?
Russ: right, demolitions and the other.
Omal: uh-huh, okay.
Russ: and through reading this, have given me an
almost military training style to.....
Omal: help destroy things.
Russ: no, how to approach my studies.
Omal: ahh, you're setting up a regimen for studying.
Russ: right, but with a kind of an aggressive, get
to it, don't laze around, work, work, work.
Omal: go for it type of thing.
Russ: right, that kind of thing.
Omal: what was it Korton said, do or do not
Russ: right. Do or do not so that's the attitude I'm
embracing here and this book is definitely helping.
The other book I got on the aura was describing how
to see the aura through a book written back in 1920
by an author named Kilner.
Russ: and he was using a coal tar dye called
Russ: which he would put on an alcohol base on a
screen which would give the eye an ultraviolet kind
Omal: I thought you said that he was almost over it?
Russ: he was, according to him. I'm going by his
information. But my question is...
Omal: that's interesting, okay, carry on.
Russ: right, my question is, dicyanin
became unavailable after the first world war due to
the fact it became unavailable.
Russ: and then other methods were used....
Russ: leading up to today's Kirilian photography.
Russ: wondering if there is a way of seeing the aura
using artificial means that has not been explored
lately since all the books I can find on it are out
of date as far as what's known or current?
Omal: you could try looking in libraries at
Omal: next question.
Russ: that's it, ready for work.
Omal: okay, shielding capabilities.
Omal: you know that it is not very often as I handle
Russ: I know, I'm a little surprised actually.
Omal: but I have been instructed. Okay, first of all
we will take a look at static screening.
Omal: okay. Now this is a mixture of visual and
mental and audio. Your audio part of it is the sound
of hissing, roaring white noise. The visual part of
it is the white and black dots whizzing around on on
a television screen?
Omal: and the mental part is generating this onto
the outer part of the shield. You have this hissing,
roaring noise and then you have all the dots
whizzing around on the outside as if being projected
onto the screen.
Omal: the way to do this is having constructed your
shields, you must visualize and also hear it so that
it is more work than just visualizing because your
shields do not make any noise. By visualizing and
hearing the hiss and the roar and seeing the dots
whizzing around, you get to be able to construct
this over your screen as a final touch.
Omal: it's projected from the mind to a central
point which then, due to its nature, disperses it
over all of the shield.
Russ: hmm, kind of like a paintbrush hitting a water
Omal: yeah and it spreads out and covers the whole
Russ: okay, and so with the shields spinning around
becomes a massive backing.
Omal: uh-huh, cover you totally and the noise would
confuse anybody trying to penetrate it. But it does
take quite a bit of mind to generate it.
Russ: I'm surprised, it sounds easy.
Omal: there is a military analogy as you seem to be
in that frame of mind that, in war, the hardest
things are easy and the easy things are hard.
Russ: hmm. Now would this be on just my outer
shields or would this be on......?
Omal: no, just the outer shield because it is
projected out onto the outer shield.
Russ: so in other words like create like a
Omal: no, it penetrates through your inner and
central shield to your outer shield.
Omal: it is like an umbilical cord almost.
Omal: and then from there it spreads out.
Omal: you have to keep it constantly supplied with
energy so that it runs the static sound and the
static visual effect all the time. This is the
mental part of it.
Russ: so does it become automatic like your screens
Omal: no, you have to keep it running. It is a thing
that you add in certain situations.
Russ: ohhh. Now how serious is a situation going to
be called for where this would be needed?
Omal: this is up to your own discretion. It is for
you to choose and decide when it is necessary.
Russ: I mean is there a particular situation to look
for? For example, I feel someone pecking on my
shields, that wouldn't be enough to do it.
Omal: it is for you to decide.
Omal: maybe the more frequently you use it, the more
comfortable you can be with it.
Omal: it is a pity that the young lady is not
present because I'm sure that she would have some
input on this.
Russ: I'm sure she would. So that's the tough part
Russ: that it has to be kept up constantly and it's
Omal: no, it's not automatic. You don't switch it on
and increase its energy automatically. It is
switched on by your mind when you need it but it
must be ready to be used whenever.
Russ: okay, would this be something, since we're on
a military frame of mind, whereby a code word would
be handy to switch it on?
Omal: no, no. You have to visualize it and hear it.
You cannot say banana and you have it. You have to
visualize it, the whole entire process. From the
start to the finish where it covers your shields and
then you have to keep it running.
Russ: hmm, okay.
Russ: now yet at this point where I think Bethany
would have some trouble with it, it would be to the
exclusion of all of your thoughts?
Omal: why did you turn and look at the chair when
you said that?
Russ: because that's where she would normally be.
Omal: that's true.
Russ: instinct I suppose.
Omal: hmm, okay.
Omal: next part of this discussion today is stacked
screening. We were going to go into meta-concert
screening but alas, as you said, no loss.
Russ: okay. Now question real quick.
Russ: Mark and I were discussing the possibility of
using stacked and meta-concert shielding which is
Omal: this would work but we would need to refine
Russ: we might have to.
Omal: yes, we might. It is that it would be a very
primitive form of meta-concert. Meta-concert as a
word suggests concert is a group of people. Two is
not a group. Three is just a group. More than three
is a group but we digress.
Russ: well if we had at least two with a primitive
Russ: at least then at that point we can start
teaching a third or fourth.
Omal: correct. Okay but back to stacked screening.
Stacked screening is quite simple but it is a
long-winded process. To explain it is also simple
but to achieve it it takes a little bit more work.
That is why it is on a higher level than a level V.
(The level V discussed is a from this lesson on the
Omal: okay, the way it works is this. You have your
shields up and running and the situation is that you
are under an aggressive attack. You coat your
shields with the static, then you place over that a
dome that would be enough for you to sit in and to
cover your outer shields.
Omal: you visualize the density and the depth of it
as you would with your regular screens. Then, you
stack another screen over the top of that with a
space of three or four inches and again visualize
that shielding created, the density and the depth of
it plus your first part of the stacked shielding.
Then you can add as many layers as you wish
depending on the situation but remembering that the
more that you stack on it the weaker the outer ones
will get so if you have two, let's say the first one
is at 100%, the next one is at 90, the next one
after that is at 75, and then 50, then 20, then
Omal: and so on until it is almost immeasurable.
Omal: all right. Now to recap on screening totally,
it would be best to let Korton handle this.
Omal: we won't go to Korton straightaway as he is
preoccupied at the moment. Unfortunately, I'm rather
on my own here at the moment so we will fill in
briefly whilst we wait the arrival of Korton.
Omal: let me see, we got to shielding, we got to
Russ: I've got a question for you.
Russ: once you have up your stacked shielding......
Russ: and your static screens.......
Russ: that will pretty much tipoff whoever's trying
to penetrate your capabilities.
Omal: correct, it is in a situation as I said of an
Russ: right. Using a military form of defense here,
would it be advisable possibly to use a deceptive
type of shield?
Omal: no, not in this situation for the simple
reason that if somebody is attacking you and you
worked on a deceptive shield, it takes time to get
it into position so that you can attack them and
retaliate and so on or even to let them think that
you have no capabilities whatsoever. The ability to
be working on protecting yourself may make you
vulnerable to other forms of attack that you were
Russ: oh, I see.
Omal: so this is blatantly a beacon that shows your
capability and tells them to back off, you're not to
be fooled with.
Russ: ahhh. So don't bother anymore.......
Russ: you've pretty much met your match.
Russ: you can try anyway.
Omal: yeah, you can try to give that appearance. It
is like a cat will inflate itself to look bigger.
Russ: right, bravado.
Omal: uh-huh, exactly. That flare of
Russ: that could be handy.
Omal: yeah. And if you can convince the person that
you are that good, then maybe they'll sit back and
scratch their heads and go, "hmmm, this guy isn't
worth it, he's too good. If he can do this, maybe he
can do serious harm to us".
Russ: right. Okay, so in other words, it
might..........well now, let's say you put out five
different stacked shielding.
Russ: okay. And your fifth one is down about 20%.
Russ: someone coming at that is going to see this
Russ: and say, "piece of cake".
Omal: and then they're going to penetrate one that
is about 50% and go, "hmmm, what's going on here?"
Omal: and then if they penetrate that and then come
across a 75% one, they're going to go, "ahhh".
Russ: now wouldn't that be a better idea than just
putting out one that is 100% that they're going to
throw everything against and try to get.....?
Omal: that is why stacked screening is used.
Russ: ahhh, excellent.
Omal: of course you have your regular shields
Omal: so even if they do penetrate, it would take a
lot of work to penetrate it. And then they come
across this inner shield which is strong but they
cannot penetrate because they've exerted a lot of
energy trying to penetrate these other shields.
Russ: so in other words, actually more than three or
at least three.
Omal: at least three. That is why it is a sound that
Russ: ahhh, because I was thinking you could put as
many up as the situation demanded but.....
Omal: well it depends on the capability of your mind
and how much energy you can generate.
Omal: for example, if you were to compare yourself
to a total novice, you could have a screen running
at 1% which would be impenetrable for them.
Russ: but we're not going to be dealing with
Omal: exactly. But you see what I'm saying?
Omal: it depends on the capability of the person.
The person may think themselves extremely good at
penetrating shields. Have a lot of knowledge that
they believe is correct and then they hurl against
the screen and they shatter their probe.
Russ: now I have a slight problem.
Russ: that is the fact of premeditation.
Russ: and that is a fact that from what we're
talking about here, I see a really good part where
we could be caught totally unaware where only our
personal shields are up and by the time we get up
stacked shielding it's too late.
Russ: I mean we're talking about using shields in
anticipation for an attack which I don't see as
being a very common thing as happening.
Omal: no, it doesn't happen very often but sometimes
it is necessary. It is like..........looking for a
military analogy that you might understand, to
behave as if the war is an expectation. You will
feel yourself in a situation where there is a lot of
brooding and thought going on and somebody is
rubbing at your regular shields that hasn't actually
started to probe yet. They're just checking your
shields out and normally what they do is they
withdraw before they launch the assault.
Russ: so it's a meta-concert.
Russ: that's it.
Russ: I see. You'll get the probes from the
Omal: uh-huh, from the individual.
Russ: or the scouts as you might say.
Omal: correct. And then the grand assault will be
launched which will give you that time. But we're
not saying that this will happen. By the feeling
that we perceive that you are expecting an attack
almost imminently, this is the point.
Russ: no, no, no, but what I'm trying to get is a
Omal: uh-huh. You'll feel the probes, the first
wave, the scouts probing your screens, seeing what
strength it is and then they will retreat back to
report to again, a military analogy, to report back
to the general to say, "the premises are in place,
they're laid out blah, blah, blah, blah", and then
they will turn around and attack.
Russ: fast attack.
Omal: correct. And of course if you have your
stacked screens up, you're going to confuse them by
a considerable amount even before they launch the
assault because A, the information that they
received is now incorrect.
Omal: so therefore their assault would be
disorganized and break down pretty rapidly.
Russ: ah-hah. Now, problem........
Russ: okay, we're talking about dealing with three
at the minimum and probably more.
Russ: now that's assuming all the elements are in
(Omal continues with the
Russ: okay so, how to get the extra elements in
place or, if you find yourself being suddenly
probed by a point attack......
Russ: and you can't get the rest of your
meta-concert on in a moments notice say.....
Russ: just throw up whatever you can?
Omal: that might not be a good idea. It may be
necessary to, looking for an analogy, cowardicy is
the better part of valor.
Russ: runaway, runaway, fight another day.
Russ: how do you runaway though? I mean if they're
going to be coming at you, there's nowhere to run.
Omal: you can retreat within yourself, within your
mind and hold out. They may probe you but you have
that......basically it's shut down. Shut down
time. Just let them ransack your mind. You can
reconstruct your mind if necessary, self-healing.
Omal: it is a painful and long-winded process to
go through but that's the way it works. Okay, we
now have Korton here.
Omal: okay? We will now hand over to Korton.
Russ: right, thank you Omal, I appreciate your help.
is the second main speaker of the night)
Korton:: greetings and felicitations Russ.
Russ: greetings Korton.
Korton: okay, now, it sounds as if you've just had
a tough time.
Russ: yes I have.
Korton: okay, we will deal with that shortly.
Korton: okay, now to recap on all the things that
you have learned. You have learned communication
through your screens, correct?
Korton: you have learned how to activate your
Korton: you have learned how to increase the
energy to them.
Korton: you have learned how to rotate and change
Korton: you have learned how to start to add
static to your screens.
Korton: and also, if I'm correct, you've just
learned about stacked screening.
Russ: for the last two yeah, they're just fresh
Korton: yes, they're fresh in your memory. Now,
communication with somebody else through screening
there is a probe, correct? You send a probe out
through your screens at the person you wish to
Korton: okay? Now tell me how do you change and
rotate your shields?
Russ: you mean change to aggressive?
Russ: drop instantaneously to aggressive from
Russ: and I rotate them in the same way that you
rotate the defensive shields.
Russ: only that with your aggressive shields
you're a bit more malleable.
Russ: and they can expand and contract as needed.
Korton: okay. Explain sensitivity of your shields.
Russ: that would be your outer shields being able
to ascertain any incoming emotions, energies, or
thoughts, block but filter into your inner ones so
you get an idea of what it is that's hitting your
Korton: okay. How do you deal with somebody that
is sending emotional disturbances at you?
Russ: you would basically strengthen all shields
to your max.
Korton: okay. It seems you retain the information
well. We would like to ask Bethany but alas, she
is unavailable. Okay? Now, you seem to have
retained a lot of information, this is good. Okay,
we will now, as most of the session is concerned
with shielding and recapping on the various
processes and stacked screening, we will now
proceed to more lighter matters.
Russ: one quick question though.
Russ: back to what we were discussing before you
just came in.....
Russ: what the heck kind of attacks are we
expecting here? Meta-concert attacks....?
Korton: any form of attack.
Russ: it sounds like an all-out war. I mean we're
Korton: no, no, no, you're not being used as pawns
in a war. You're not in a situation that could be
harmful to you at present. It is necessary to
teach you these techniques for the evolution of
Russ: ahh, I see.
Korton: it is necessary for you to retain it
possibly in a written form or on recorded form for
posterity and to teach other people.
Korton: but there again you may have to use them.
Russ: all right, it sounded like it might not be
imminent but in the years to come.......
Korton: in the years to come, something is
possible. We cannot perceive that far ahead.
Russ: okay, good. I was thinking maybe you could
perceive that far ahead.
Korton: and preparing you as if there was a war
Korton: it is possible but there again anything is
Russ: and it just I wasn't sure exactly......
Russ: what kind of war we're talking about here?
Korton: it is necessary to be prepared for every
Korton: to use an analogy that has been used in
the past, a country that has no defenses will be
eaten up by another country.
Korton: it is the same with the mind. A mind that
has no defenses that is operant will soon be eaten
up by a more operant mind that does have defenses,
a more aggressive type mind.
Russ: okay, I thought.......yeah.......
Korton: does this alleviate some of your worries
that you had?
Russ: yes it did. I thought you were kind of being
cognitive here in some forms.
Korton: some forms yes, but not into the future on
a great scale.
Russ: oh good.
Korton: we can perceive a couple of weeks ahead at
most. Mainly through analyzing the patterns of the
past and comparing them to what knowledge we have
and the behaviors of various groups?
Russ: all right, so this is a possibility though?
Korton: oh it is a possibility but as I said,
anything is possible.
Russ: well for example there's, not that would
affect us now here right in this room or in the
future or ever, but is there groups working
meta-concertly, aggressively against, that could
be against someone else?
Korton: it is possible.
Russ: such as I guess black magic I suppose?
Russ: it wouldn't be this advanced?
Russ: we're talking about something a little more
advanced than black magic.
Korton: oh yes, some.....
Russ: under a higher consciousness.
Russ: I see.
Korton: the gray area in between primitive and
extremely enlightened or high consciousness as
Russ: I see, okay. I'm clear now.
Korton: uh-huh. It just looks like it's going to
be Omal and myself here for a little while.
Russ: oh, okay. I've got another tape just in case
the kids came into the room.
Korton: the kids?
Russ: the rowdy bunch.
Korton: yes, they are a bit crazy. Unfortunately,
Kiri isn't feeling very well at the moment.
Russ: that's what I heard.
Korton: well, never having experienced anything
like that, it is hard for me to understand but
Kornas assures us that it's perfectly natural for
her to feel uncomfortable. And since she has been
told not to ski for a little while....
Russ: ohhh, her current problem.
Korton: yes, she is miffed about that more than
Russ: I believe it. All right, onto lighter
Russ: one thing.....
Russ: were you happen to be monitoring a couple
days ago a particular tarot card reading?
Korton: yes we were, but, proceed.
Russ: information on that directly relates to a
teaching capability I guess, a mode I am falling
into here sort of.
Korton: you too can be called the professor.
Russ: sometimes I can but this was in particular
because she, out of everybody else I've ever met
in this world, need shields more than anybody else
I can think of.
Russ: and so this was a mission of mercy if I had
Korton: yes, we have talked with the young lady I
Russ: yes you have, she's here all the time. But
in her reading......
Russ: we saw the progression that had to be made
right there from.....
Korton: yes, material to the spiritual.
Russ: correct. And in talking to her yesterday,
apparently she's taken that very much to heart.
Korton: this is good.
Russ: one of those life-changing times.
Korton: well it would be nice would to be
reintroduced to her.
Russ: well, if you like, I could bring her on to
the next session, session on Tuesday.
Korton: well, we still have difficulty with what
days you call things now.
Russ: right, well I mean on a session where one of
our teaching sessions here.
Korton: oh yes.
Russ: will it be okay if she sat in maybe?
Korton: uh-huh. There is next month is the
Korton: as soon as we come through we will assess
the situation and decide on how great a detail
things should be gone into.
Korton: for her understanding.
Russ: right. It's theoretical anyway if she can
make it so we'll see what happens.
Russ: okay, good. Umm, onto other matters.
Russ: as I was discussing with Omal.......
Russ: working on manifestation and fire.....
Korton: uh-huh, you enjoyed yourself with a
Russ: had a wonderful time.
Korton: uh-huh. But it basically relates to
practicing a negative feedback loop.
Korton: Omal has warned you, has he?
Russ: he has warned me, yes and, my question
Russ: that I used a form of........or I used a
negative feedback loop before I went into that
little thing with the entity......
Russ: and sent it into my third eye.
Russ: into my left brain.
Russ: I did not get very.........and there's a
little pain but very minute, let's say.
Russ: but my enhancements were definitely
registered in my brain.
Russ: so even though this isn't a complete
negative feedback loop with pain......
Russ: etc. included.
Russ: is this still effective?
Korton: to increase one's capability you have to
do drastic work. Not too much because you can harm
the brain but, if you make a little fresh channel,
that will make it a little bit more active. If you
make a large gash, then there is too much energy
coming through. So you have to create a precise
sized channel which will be activated. This is the
purpose of the negative feedback loop is that it
goes down a particular channel which has been
opened and enlarges it rather like using a small
drill and then following it through with a larger
drill to make a larger hole.
Russ: hmm, so what I did today was using a small
Russ: oh okay. So I can anticipate hopefully make
an impression with a larger hole.
Korton: but you'll have to use a larger drill.
Russ: okay.. In the meantime though........
Russ: how much can safely be used? In other words,
can I like then I was trying to practice every ten
minutes type thing.
Russ: keep working on it and working on it.
Korton: it is best to do it........to space
yourself a little bit more. Give you more time for
the energies to recover and to build back up so
that you can penetrate easier.
Korton: because when you did the first negative
feedback loop, it was strong but unfortunately not
strong enough. The second one was weaker and the
third one was weaker still.
Russ: those ones I was using basically to work on
the power over the entity.
Russ: in other words, the first one kicked in
Russ: and then the next ones I would just keep
going a negative feedback loop and been feed it
through my right arm.
Russ: and give it, the fire, and the entity there
Korton: but you see that it decreased, the energy
level decreased because you weren't giving
yourself enough separation time to recover.
Russ: yes, I did notice that. But it was effective
for what I was doing.
Korton: yes. It would have been a lot more
effective if you had given it a bit more time.
Russ: well, listening to the music I was into, was
kind of the situation called for quick intervals.
Korton: are they still doing the research on the
effects of music on various capabilities?
Russ: yes, and I don't know if Omal told you but
we now currently have a file listed under "Tubular
Korton: yes, we were..........this was mentioned.
Makes me look a little bit like the fool. I
suppose I should be here all the time......
Russ: no, no,.
Korton: instead of being delayed.
Russ: no, I just got the tape today. You wouldn't
even have known anything about this file until
this afternoon, this evening.
Russ: no problem.
Korton: we have a young lady that has arrived.
Russ: oh. Oh good, I didn't expect that.
Korton: just one I'm afraid. We will not have the
entertainment that you have had in the past.
Russ: that's all right, that was pretty crazy last
Russ: anything else then for the time being?
Korton: do you have anything for me?
Russ: no, just that special, little memory I
wanted to throw in there for you.
Korton: okay, we will access it and hold onto it.
Russ: okay, because that particular section that I
listened to isn't in Mark's brain that I used for
the negative feedback loop.
Russ: it will be on our next session.
Russ: but I found it to be very effective in
maintaining a loop in that the music kept on a
negative feedback loop kind of beat.
Russ: okay, so no prob.
Korton: we will hand over to this amusing,
hovering young lady.
Russ: all right, thank you very much Korton.
Korton: I'm glad to have been able to communicate
with you and I must return to continue my
conversation with Kornas.
Russ: excellent, we'll see you next week then.
finally gets to the session to finish it off)
Russ: hi Tia.
Tia: hi. Getting a little bit better with my
Russ: did the trick with the heels work?
Russ: good, good, good.
Tia: slows me down quite a bit, I can't keep up
with Mark and I don't have any competition other
Russ: well don't worry, I mean it comes
with.........you have to get your control first.
Russ: with the heels, turning with your heels
you'll stop falling.
Russ: when you stop falling you get more
confidence and you start building up speed.
Tia: I'm still falling but not as frequently.
Russ: it'll go to nothing very quickly at this
Tia: hmm, okay.
Russ: because that's how I learned and that's
worked really good for me. Yeah, and then at that
point you build up technique.
Tia: you coming up?
Russ: I keep trying. This is a problem I was
discussing tonight is the fact that the ability to
disassociate my body from here and to get more
solid up there is the same process I use to fall
asleep by and so I fall asleep.
Russ: in other words I turn out the lights and I
go through the previous....
Tia: how about using candles for lighting?
Russ: hmmm, you mean like Mark was doing at first?
Tia: yeah. And possibly music, a kind of gentle
music. This would fit in with your studying on
Tia: yes, I'm not just a dumb, strawberry blonde,
Russ: you're not just a pretty face.
Tia: but I do have a pretty face.
Russ: but you do have a pretty face, yes. Candles
Russ: it's perfect.
Tia: glad to be of service. Works for me every
Russ: excellent, I will definitely use that.
Tia: uh-huh. And I'll use it for other things.
Candles and soft music.
Russ: ahhh. Okay, it sounds almost romantic.
Tia: that wasn't what I was referring to.
Tia: I will be having a dinner shortly with Mark,
just the two of us as Kiri is down with Kornas and
Russ: I hear she's not doing good.
Tia: uh-huh. I think it's something to do with
Russ: morning sickness indeed.
Russ: mother's curse.
Tia: well she seems to be recovering okay from it.
Russ: well she's a strong girl.
Tia: uh-huh. Personally I don't think it was
bothering her too much.
Russ: well everyone says that at first.
Russ: whap, you're out like a light.
Tia: I'm as tough as them with all their years,
you know? I might be short and young and pretty
but I got a heart of steel.
Russ: I think you could handle it fine.
Russ: good. Have you had a chance to review any of
the surveillance going on when I've worked with a
particular girl named Carrie?
Tia: a few. I have been focusing some of my most
data processing on geological factors and
Russ: well Carrie is a girl here that I know that
is as close to you as I can think of.
Tia: you mean she is, what's Mark say? Five foot
two and fabulous?
Russ: something like that.
Russ: she would if she had more happiness I think.
Russ: she's quite a depressed lady and we did a
card reading today and hopefully we switched her
from the physical to the spiritual in her life.
Russ: and so.....
Tia: well you know what I'm on about physical
possession. I have very few physical things.
Russ: that's true, you don't need them. But I
wanted to tell you she might be here next
Russ: we'll extend an invitation.
Russ: might get a chance to talk to her then.
Tia: uh-huh, we'd be honored.
Tia: when you come up I'll keep your attention
from wandering so you don't lose concentration and
Russ: fall asleep.
Tia: fall asleep?
Russ: yeah, crash out big time.
Tia: how can you fall asleep?
Russ: because I guess it's like you're falling
into a black hole or something.
Tia: hmm. Strange way of describing going to
Russ: I've never exactly pictured it the way you
just described it. It just falling asleep. Yeah,
it's a term we use we don't understand I guess.
Russ: like a lot of things we use.
Tia: well when you come up I'll take you and show
you the ski slopes.
Russ: oh, I'm looking forward to it.
Tia: you might be able to astral ski.
Tia: you can slide down the hills on your feet.
Russ: okay. I got a question for you. Normally I
would ask the guys but I forgot so I'll ask you.
Russ: on my farsighting.....
Russ: I'm getting to a point where I'm jumping
instantaneously up there.
Russ: it's like I could be walking down the
Tia: and all of a sudden you're here.
Russ: whap. Yeah, but I'm still walking down the
Russ: it's not farsighteing per se.....
Russ: but it's still a communication link.
Tia: uh-huh. Like Klarra the other day
communicating with you.
Russ: you heard that.
Tia: hmm, hmm, hmm.
Russ: surprised the heck out on me.
Tia: it was just a thing that most children do
that they lose but that's the reason why we
decided to keep Klarra is that with your
capabilities and Mark's capabilities and mine and
Kiri's and all the other people and of course
Karra, it would be more beneficial for her
Tia: instead of sending her elsewhere.
Russ: well she learned all about cars.
Russ: can I expect this more often do you think?
Tia: she's inquisitive.
Tia: her communication skills are still very....
Russ: that was very advanced.
Tia: you think so?
Russ: well that was almost a firm control.....
Russ: a coercive control.
Tia: it takes practice.
Russ: from a baby.
Tia: well she's seven weeks old, she's a little
bit ahead of where she should be.
Russ: a little bit?
Tia: well by the standards up here. She's not as
advanced as some of the offspring that are around
in the nurseries.
Russ: was she showing.....
Tia: there again, she's more advanced than others.
Russ: she got more advancement than I got.
Tia: uh-huh. What she has a mother that has a lot
of interest in her.
Russ: well that's true.
Tia: more than her elder son sometimes.
Russ: by the way, do you guys have Devas and
elementals up there?
Tia: from time to time but they're pretty much
hard to control. Their free will leads them and
sometimes they will cooperate and sometimes they
won't cooperate so it's hard to work with them as
they tend to be very playful.
Russ: hmm, because I ran into one today....
Russ: and got to become personally acquainted
Tia: figure out the attraction a bit and set up a
area that would be a nice home for it to inhabit.
It will hang around. It may get bored and wander
off. They do like to have an environment that
Russ: hmm, so little energy expended that way
might pay off.
Tia: oh yeah. They can be mischievous from time to
time. So you have to keep them entertained. They
normally get mischievous when you don't give them
the attention that they want.
Russ: that's pretty bad because this is a fire
Tia: hmm. Maybe it might be best to discourage
Tia: as I said, they do get mischievous.
Russ: I don't suppose coercive control would work
Tia: no, there's too much of a different mind.
Russ: right. Well, we'll let it hang out for a
little while and watch it carefully.
Russ: seemed friendly.
Tia: uh-huh. They are friendly if you give them
the right sort of attention. They're like a young
kitten. A young kitten can be very friendly and
very affectionate and then claw your hand up.
Russ: right. Well it's good practice for me my PK
Russ: we'll see what happens when that Deva. It is
kind of fun seeing it actually work.
Tia: uh-huh. You still haven't gotten him to get
rid of this cold yet, have you?
Russ: he says is on the last legs of it.
Take: yeah, sure.
Russ: well it's what he says.
Tia: uh-huh. He has no sign of it so it's hard for
me to judge but when I come through I can tell
almost immediately. I can tell that the throat is
Tia: isn't that an animal?
Russ: spelled differently.
Tia: oh. With an a.
Russ: with an a, right. Yeah, it won't be there I
think next Tuesday.
Tia: oh, I hope not, I hope not. Well he was
wanting to go skiing so he's going to get in a lot
of skiing. He's going to be skiing in two places
at the same time probably.
Russ: and he wanted me to ask you real
Russ: I guess the last time we met, Kiri was
trying to jump into the body with you here....
Russ: and you said something like.....or something
happened, you jerked and I said, "what was that?"
And you said, "nothing important"
Russ: something about Kiri wanting to get in.
Russ: it wasn't really important and....
Tia: it was just that she was distracting me and
it was kind of interesting.
Russ: what he wants to be able to have a little
more information when that happens so that.....
Tia: okay, we will cooperate.
Russ: oh, thank you. Not just say where......
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