(Tia starts off the night but Karra would be the
session's ring mistress)
Tia: greetings Russ.
Russ: greetings Kiri? Karra? Tia? Hi Tia.
Tia: hey dude.
Russ: how you doing?
Tia: I just thought I'd drop in and say hi.
Russ: well hi. Welcome to the camping trip.
Tia: ohhh, fun.
Russ: well yeah, this is the real out doorsey stuff.
Tia: uh-huh. Yes, there's trees, there's water,
there's a fire.
Russ: oh yeah, that's camping.
Russ: a tent. How are you doing my dear?
Tia: oh, I'm doing fine, fine, fine, fine, fine,
Russ: well good. How's the little kiddos?
Tia: ahh, the kittens?
Russ: the kittens.
Tia: well, they're behaving like a sack of kitty
Russ: kind of just sitting there, huh?
Russ: oh, that's good.
Tia: what do you want to know?
Russ: what do I want to know?
Russ: oh I just want to know how are things going
and if your pregnancy is progressing as planned?
Tia: it's okay.
Russ: right. So, we're all set for the party coming
Tia: oh yeah.
Russ: good job.
Tia: what's this?
Russ: so Mark can see.
Russ: actually, it's so Omal can see.
Tia: oh, Omal needs glasses, huh?
Russ: no, he needs to see through Mark's eyes so he
has to use glasses.
Russ: oh yeah.
Tia: yeah, I'm looking forward to the party and Alex
is manifesting like crazy.
Tia: well not like crazy but he's manifesting maybe
once a day, once every other other day.
Russ: well that's pretty good. What's his latest
Tia: a bottle of milk. Don't ask me why.
Russ: saves you guys a bunch of trouble.
Tia: well, it's just an illusion.
Russ: oh. Like, "I want milk".
Tia: yeah, "I want to be fed". So, what's going on?
Russ: well, I'm going to be finding out some star
Russ: and all kinds of neat stuff.
Tia: yeah, Kiri's up here giggling like crazy.
Russ: she's looking forward to coming in?
Tia: yeah, she is. She's nodding like crazy and
she's excited, she's babbling away in her native
tongue, I don't understand a word of it.
Russ: and my baby?
Tia: yep, they're both babbling away in their native
Russ: I don't understand a word of it either.
Russ: so, no problem.
Tia: oh well.
Russ: all right, not much really.
Tia: no questions on farsighting?
Russ: ummm, nope.
Tia: oh dear. Oh well, I suppose I better go off and
sort out a few people.
Russ: he's waiting for you patiently I take it?
Tia: yes he is.
Russ: well, I'll let you get to it. I'll leave you
guys to start your night off.
Russ: all right, have fun. Thank you for stopping
and saying hi Tia.
Russ: okay, bye love.
(Karra gets to experience
camping 3rd dimensional style)
Russ: greetings, Omal?
Russ: hi darling.
Karra: so, what's happening?
Russ: well, we're trying to figure out campfire
songs to sing around the campfire.
Rus: and we assume you've been camping before.
Russ: that's what we figured during that campaign
Karra: oh yes, that place.
Russ: sitting around fires and stuff.
Karra: I suppose you could call that camping.
Russ: well, it's about all we could figure it out.
Karra: yeah, digging a hole in the ground and living
in it for a of couple days.
Russ: life in a foxhole.
Karra: oh, it was horrible. I got trench foot and
constantly wet and cold and miserable and fighting
Russ: right. I've been wondering, were you and Kiri,
what are Sirians descended from? It ain't apes. I
said dolphins, eh?
Russ: fish, not dolphins.
Russ: because fish are mammals.
Karra: well everything is descended from fish, even
you're descended from fish.
Russ: yeah, that's true. I suppose apes came along a
bit later. Well that's good. Glasses?
Russ: that's so Mark can see.
Russ: so if you were able to open his eyes up you
would be able to see.
Karra: I can't do it as well as Kiri can, nevermind.
Russ: oh well. So, that was fun this afternoon.
Karra: yeah, it was.
Russ: now were you trying to figure out how to fly
(Ed. note: a computer flight simulator Mark and I
Karra: yeah, I'm going to keep on trying to figure
out how to fly it and I'm going to impress your
Russ: well, you already do so that won't be very
tough at all.
Karra: oh, okay.
Russ: like our little campsite here?
Karra: oh, it's fine. It's really big.
Russ: we got lakes on both sides.
Karra: uh-huh, you could do with some reclining
couches and a table and a color TV and....
Russ: we're roughing it so this is like how the
frontier people used to have to do it.
Russ: subsisting on very little.
Karra: how does the song go? "Home, home on the
(and in a sort of harmony)
Russ and Karra: "where the deer and antelope play.
Where seldom is heard a discouraging word and the
skies are not cloudy all day."
Karra: "home, home on the range".
Russ: alrighty, as you might've noticed, Mark's
stopped smoking here.
Russ: at least for the time period we're on this
trip. So maybe clean out his lungs.
Karra: ahhh, well that's good.
Russ: uh-huh, agreed.
Karra: we will try to help to keep him from starting
that disgusting, yucky, horrible habit back up.
Russ: well I'll help in anyway I can of course.
Russ: well what do you got for me love?
Karra: well, let's talk about healing.
Russ: all right.
Karra: okay and focusing.
Karra: uh-huh. Now then, I'm going to ask you some
Karra: right, how do you fine focus on a particular
Russ: you go into the area and go down to the
molecular level trying to find exactly where it
stops, starts in the area which is affected.
Karra: and how would you heal an area affected?
Russ: you would channel massive amounts of healing
energy into that area until the discoloration of the
aura cleared up.
Karra: explain in more detail what you mean.
Russ: well, in another words, you would see the area
as being a different vibration from the areas around
it and so what you're attempting to do is mesh the
vibrations with the injured area with the areas
around it so they all becomes one vibration.
Karra: do you use any aids?
Russ: well I have a crystal.
Karra: that's what I was looking for.
Russ: oh. Well, you would use that to align the
energies so the vibrations are all the same, right?
Karra: and what is one of the effects of using a
Russ: well, it is that it basically channels energy
from yourself into the area you need to get the
energy from. And then once energy is put in, the
surgical part of the crystal, the fine part
basically focuses that energy into a very tight
Karra: okay, now supposing you're dealing with an
area damaged, a large area that is damaged.
Russ: you mean like a knee or something?
Karra: yeah, that's a good example.
Russ: okay. Basically you'd start off with a fine
focus to find out what it is that is hurting and
what it is that's damaged and if you either can or
cannot find that area, you then apply the energy in
through the crystal because the energy coming
through the crystal will heal it no matter whether
you know what part to heal or not, right?
Karra: pretty close. Close enough to start off with.
Russ: right. Then as you get more experienced at it,
you would be able to spot the injured area each time
without having to do guesswork.
Karra: okay. Got any questions for me?
Russ: I do as a matter of fact.
Russ: okay, once you start putting energy into a
crystal, how do you know when to stop?
Karra: it depends on what type of crystal you're
Russ: let's take this surgical scalpel.
Karra: okay, the surgical scalpel can take a
considerable quantity of energy.
Russ: right. How do you know when to stop putting
the energy through?
Karra: when you finish doing the job that you set
out to do.
Karra: simple as that.
Russ: so in another words, when you're working on
getting the vibrations back in order, it's basically
intuitively knowing when those vibrations are back
in line, correct?
Russ: okay, now when I was working on Erica the one
time I did with just my hands, basically I just put
the energy in and it kind of felt like it was being
sucked out of me until enough had been sucked out
that the area felt like it would be fixed. I was
channeling the energy through me, I wasn't using my
own. And then once it felt kind of like a car.
Russ: pull up to the gas station and start filling
it with gas....
Russ: when the thing's full, it shuts off. It shuts
Karra: that's right. Okay....
Russ: now, another question I've got on fine
focusing is how do you tell........let's say you've
got an injured muscle up above and an injured
something down below it but all you can see is the
muscle above. Will working on the crystal fix them
both of them anyway?
Karra: it's always best to start on the deeper area
first when you check an area out. It is always
advisable to go further.
Russ: okay, and then work your way back up to the
Karra: yeah. For example, let's say you strained
your stomach, right?
Karra: and by scanning and probing you went deeper
and found that you had an ulcer in your stomach or
your person that you're working on had an ulcer.
Karra: Newark on the ulcer and then come back to the
area that is strained.
Russ: I see. Now how would you work on something say
like a brain?
Karra: very carefully.
Russ: okay, would it be better to leave that to the
Karra: yeah, your medical doctors can do a
Russ: okay, because it takes an operation?
Karra: yeah. Anything that involves an operation,
it's always best to either bring it up to here if
you can or send it to one of your medical doctors.
Russ: okay. Are you doing the ring mistress this
evening or just....?
Karra: yeah, basically.
Karra: yeah, because the other night when I was ring
Karra: I couldn't go all the way. I had to go and
change a dirty diaper. Oh well.
Russ: oh well.
Russ: that's all I have for now.
Karra: all right, now who should I hand over to
Russ: well, that's your choice.
Karra: it is indeed. Okay, tell you what, I'm going
to hand over to Kiri and then she'll probably hand
you over to Omal. She's gonna check things out
Karra: so I'll see you in a little while.
Russ: see you.
(Kiri makes the quick transition to Omal once the
timing is right)
Russ: hi Kiri, welcome to the great outdoors.
Russ: eyes are working properly?
Kiri: well, I'm having a little bit of difficulty
but focus is a lot better.
Russ: glasses are on now.
Kiri: ahhh. Is it meant to be this bright at night?
Russ: ahh no, the moon's out.
Russ: well, if the moon was down there would be a
lot less light. It's kind of like a little
nightlight we've got for us. At least we've got a
pretty good star scene above us.
Kiri: oh yeah. Okay, I'll be back in a little while.
Russ: all right.
Kiri: I'll be back.
Russ: I'll be back.
(Professor Omal begins the
night's astronomy lesson)
Omal: greetings and felicitations Russ.
Omal: got you sucker. Okay.....
Russ: all right.
Omal: Kiri told me it's still a little bit bright
but we will do the best that we can.
Russ: alright. Yeah, we have a moon out tonight.
Omal: yes. Okay......right, this is where it starts
to get fun.
Russ: okay, good.
Omal: okay. She wasn't kidding when she said that it
Russ: is that Mars over there next to the moon?
Omal: yes it is.
Russ: that's what I thought.
Omal: okay, right. This is going to be fun. Ahh,
over there. If you look approximately Northeast, you
see a W in the night sky?
Russ: I see three stars in a row there.
Omal: okay. Tell you what, let's make it a little
(Omal and I move things to a better vantage of the
Russ: ahh, there we go.
Omal: that is much, much better. Okay, if you look
Omal: you see a faintish star. You see a W in the
Russ: yeah right, I see it.
Omal: that's Cassiopeia.
Omal: this time of year it is normally in the
Russ: yeah, that'd be about right.
Omal: that flashing light over there is a 747. So is
that one. Actually I do not know what aircraft they
Russ: and then this is the big dipper above us here?
Omal: yes. And the correct name for the big dipper
Russ: umm, don't tell me, Ursa Major.
Omal: correct. Now, following from Ursa Major's
point of stars.
Omal: you see just behind the tree here a bright
Omal: that is Polaris.
Russ: oh really? That one right there above your
Omal: okay. Ahh, through there, that is Jupiter.
Russ: oh right there, the big bright thing? Oh, it's
Russ: now what's that over there by the.....just
over the hilltop there.
Omal: just over the horizon?
Russ: yeah, two stars right next to each other.....
Russ: one's brighter than the other?
Omal: that could be Castor and Pollux but the angle
is correct but there is much light from...
Russ: oh, the moon?
Omal the moon.
Russ: oh. I see three stars.....or four stars right
there. Three bright and one kind of forming like a
little bit of a box shape?
Omal: ahh, right ahead?
Omal: one, two, three, and the fourth one just
Russ: no, these three are right up here, right in a
very short, tight grouping.
Omal: if you look directly up, you will be able see
going behind the tree, Taal.
Russ: Taal? What, that moving thing right there?
Omal: it will disappear shortly.
Russ: it's going fast.
Omal: but of course.
Russ: I'll be damned.
Omal: those four?
Russ: yeah, those four.
Omal: those four are part of Aquarius.
Russ: oh, I see.
Omal: directly ahead through the trees you will see
a offset box. One low......
Russ: oh yeah, okay, I got it.
Omal: okay, that is the square of a Pegasus.
Russ: oh really.
Omal: just checking.
Russ: now these are all the same position all the
Omal: they vary throughout the year in the rotation
of your planet.
Russ: but in relations to each other?
Russ: they're always the same. I see.
Omal: incorrect. That is not.....that could be.....
Russ: is that the little dipper?
Omal: the little dipper is....
Russ: Ursa Minor?
Omal: over there.
Omal: hidden by a tree. Okay, let us
find........okay, just coming up, or should be
coming up.......no not yet, too early.......is
Saturn will come from up there and curve. Does not
ride high in the sky.
Russ: oh. So what is that bright one there?
Omal: the red one?
Omal: that is the eye of Taurus.
Omal: unfortunately Orion is too low on the horizon
to see but should be.....there. But because of the
light from the moon...
Russ: oh, you can't really see it that good.
Russ: oh, so if the moon was down we'd see a lot
Omal: yes, and later at night.
Russ: oh. I'll check on that after the moon sets
Omal: okay. We will program some information.
Russ: okay, good.
Omal: okay. It is a nice planet you have.
(Russ starts laughing)
Russ: thank you.
Omal: nice place to camp.
Russ: yeah, we're going to try to do this more
Omal: maybe one day I shall camp.
Russ: oh, I highly look forward to it. We'll sit
around and toast marshmallows and sing campfire
Russ: marshmallows? Little sugary puffs of cream
that we cook over the fire there on sticks. Okay,
I'll throw some more wood on the fire here. Yeah,
we're going to get more warmth here for him. Are
those three the W?
Omar: up there.
Russ: the North Star, Polaris.
Omar: okay, a little higher. Directly above. One,
two, three, four.
Russ: the Ursa Major?
Russ: oh, that's more farther over that way.
Russ: that is...oh dang. It's not Orion because
Orion hasn't come up.
Omar: no, Orion is over there.
Omar: Ursa Minor.
Omal: okay, good for a while. Will be back possibly.
Russ: all right, thank you Omal.
Omal: you are welcome.
(Kiri's back for her place in the
order of speakers)
Russ: hi Kiri.
(Kiri blows a raspberry)
Russ: it should start warming up nicely here.
Kiri: ahh. Okay, what can we do for you?
Russ: well, are we all set for the party?
Kiri: yeah, everything's here.
Russ: everything's there, all right, good to hear
it. Well, we've been learning about stars this
Kiri: ahh, and what have you learned?
Russ: oh, various constellations and I saw Taal.
Kiri: oh, goody.
Russ: yeah, real good.
Kiri: having fun. Oh, what's this?
Russ: air mattress?
Kiri: yeah, party dude. Can't slip over that way.
Russ: good job.
Kiri: yes. What do you wish to know?
Russ: well, I heard Alex is manifesting mass amounts
of things now.
Kiri: hmm, yeah.
Russ: has anything come solid yet?
Kiri: no not really. Just illusions mainly.
Russ: so how far has he got to go?
Kiri: ohh, long way.
Russ: long way, ahh. Now is he getting training from
Kiri: Omal spends a little bit of time teaching him
Russ: so not really a training regimen just yet.
Russ: well that's fair enough. Now, coercion
Russ: in working with it, sometimes I get good
results and sometimes I don't but I'm using the same
amount of focus for each time.
Russ: but it doesn't seem to be consistent. How can
you get it consistent?
Kiri: okay, by repeating the exact same things over
and over again. Perseverance, repeating the exact
same scenarios time after time until you get a good
Kiri: you'll need to practice many things before you
can come up with what is a good consistency.
Russ: okay. So in another words it's trial and error
where basically every time you get a trial right and
not the error, you keep practicing that trial.
Kiri: okay, that's what you do. So, next
Russ: okay, what are we all wearing for this party?
Anything we want?
Kiri: yeah, come as you wish.
Russ: it's not your birthday.
Kiri: no, it's not his birthday either.
Kiri: it's a manifestation party, so manifest
something, come as you want to.
Russ: okay. Well, I'm just thinking of what Alex
Kiri: he's not going to remember is he?
Russ: I don't know, at the moment he will.
Kiri: well he may sleep through it.
Russ: sleep through it? Nah, he'll probably......
Kiri: Nazreal slept through his.
Russ: oh yeah?
Russ: well, that's the privilege of having a party
in your honor, you can sleep through it if you want
Kiri: that's right. So, if you want to come wearing
absolutely nothing, do so. Me? I'm going to
Kiri: a pair of shorts, white miniskirt.
Kiri: with a white button shirt?
Kiri: with a black belt that is made of metal.
Russ: oohhh, that sounds lovely.
Kiri: yeah. And what else shall I wear, white
panties? Bra? Maybe not. Okay, that will do.
Russ: all right.
Russ: that's all I've got love.
Kiri: okay, I'm out of here, I've got people to see,
things to do, things to get screened out and sorted
out. Bye dude.
Russ: bye love.
Kiri: I'm out of here.
(Karra now makes the hand off to Korton)
Karra: well beanpole, that's the fastest she's moved
Russ: oh, well she's pretty exhausted.
Karra: not as much as you think.
Russ: yeah, that's true, she should get her energy
back real quickly.
Karra: yes. She is heading to her apartment to rest
briefly. Put the tea on and the rest as you say is
yet to be.
Russ: ahhh, sounds like fun.
Russ: and I'll be coming up to see you in a little
Russ: I can see Mars from here.
Karra: navigational aid.
Russ, yeah, it's pretty bright, it won't be hard to
hit at all.
Karra: it will get dimmer when your moon sets or so
I'm told. Omal is sitting here patiently helping.
Russ: oh, that's good.
Karra: okay. I shall continue my duties.....
Russ: all right.
Karra: and hand over to the next person.
Russ: excellent. Thank you darling, see you in a
Karra: you're welcome.
(Korton has a short time
speaking before the side ends)
Korton: greetings and felicitations Russ.
Russ: greetings Korton.
Korton: and how are you functioning?
Russ: ahh, wonderful. Fresh air, fresh everything
Korton: yes, it seems Kiri didn't quite tidy up her
Korton: we shall remedy that.
Russ: all right.
Korton: that is better.
Korton: okay, question and answer.
Russ: okay. Now then, I want to go back a little bit
Russ: to a point where there was no such thing as
Russ: this would be at the big bang then.
Korton: I think your mattress has a hole.
Russ: it does. I'll have to fix it sometime when I
get back home.
Russ: all right, all of a sudden there is a huge
Russ: in which stars and galaxies expand outward and
fill up available space.
Russ: now then, here on this little multi-planet
that we call earth.
Russ: basically it's finally starting to cool off
and become a viable place. Now, how does the first
single-cell animal let's say start off? I've heard
various theories but none of them can really
accurately explain, well how did that first bit of
Korton: for life to start on a planet there has to
be many different factors that all come into play at
the same time. The first factor is temperature, it
has to be correct for certain chemicals to come into
Russ: all right.
Korton: there has to be a certain amount of
Korton: it's no good having a nice enough
temperature with no moisture.
(Korton now continues on
from his last topic)
Korton: you need a certain amount of gas in your
atmosphere, the correct sort of gas. These are
just a few things that are needed to be all in the
exact, correct pattern for life to start forming.
Russ: now so this doesn't happen for every planet?
Russ: just because all those factors don't come
Russ: hmmm. Okay, but for people to think that
life on other planets could not exist would be a
Russ: obviously we know different but it would
seem like all those factors could not happen on
just one planet out of all the billions that there
Korton: correct. The chances of life happening on
your planet is approximately a million to one.
But, that is not such a high factor when you think
of how many stars there are in your galaxy.
Korton: and then you narrow it down to how many
would be able to create life. But there is an
important phrase to remember, life as you know it.
Russ: right. So various planets would be
Russ: in all factors. So, the same factors here
that make life possible would be totally failed on
some other place where life would be started off
Korton: a different path...
Russ: okay. So that's why with Hades Base there's
so many different kinds of people up there.
Korton: correct. We have our interstellar
department, we have our navigational departments,
we have the technicians, we have pilots but all of
different species and skin color. We have Sirians,
Telarians, the Tanaxians....
Korton: all different.
Russ: now how is it everybody got together to work
together? I mean it would seem like most of these
races would not to even get to know each other
much less work together as one unit.
Korton: correct. That is these individuals are
Korton: if you take a planet with a population of
approximately two billion which is the approximate
population of your planet, correct? That is
Russ: more or less, about four billion.
Korton: four billion, okay, and you think of how
many people are on Hades Base. Now if you divide
that by the number of different species or
different planets of origin, you come up with less
than .00001 percent of a planet. Now, if you
spread that throughout all the various commands,
it is less than point three zeros and a one.
Russ: now, would this mean then that some of those
people who are on Hades Base come from stars like
ours whereby a majority of the people are not
Russ: but a minority are?
Russ: and that minority then would become part of
Korton: Ashtar Command or one of the other
Russ: or one of the other commands. And so do they
ever go back to try to work with own own planets?
Korton: some do.
Russ: kind of like a guide factor I guess it is?
Korton: yes, some will be artificially inseminated
into a woman.....
Korton: to help evolve a species with
pre-programed knowledge that will be activated at
particular times in an individual's life.
Russ: this sounds very familiar.
Korton: such as?
Russ: like for example take, well our Messiah,
Korton: ahhh yes.
Russ: now theoretically that could have been an
enlightened being who was then artificially
inseminated into one Mary.
Korton: we cannot confirm or deny that.
Russ: all right, but it's open for theory I guess.
Korton: it is open for discussion most certainly.
Russ: right. Ohh, so in another words,
theoretically, all planets like that could have
their Christ and such?
Russ: oh, I see. How would a person choose to do
such a thing? That would take a major commitment.
Korton: it would only take a certain amount of
error and a lot of trial.
Russ: I see. Okay, that is different, interesting
thoughts. All right, my next question is on we
were discussing last week elementals and nature
Russ: all right, I want to dwell on that little
bit more this week by wondering on questions on
Russ: and if there would be you might say sentient
forces that guide that?
Korton: sentient in a way that you would not
Russ: right, but sentient in the way that it would
work with all other entities to create the balance
Korton: on that level of existence.
Russ: right. For example, trees need wind to
spread their pollen.....
Russ: and then the wind comes along, pollen gets
off and procreates other trees.
Russ: it would seem like there's kind of a
conscious agreement that's reached, theoretically.
Korton: theoretically yes. It is a complicated
issue without getting into a theological
discussion on.....another name for spirits is
Russ: oh okay.
Korton: to use........
Russ: is karma.......?
Korton: a Japanese expression.
Russ: right. I know karma, I never quite thought
of spirits being......
Korton: the religion of Shintoism......
Korton: their term for spirit is karma.
Korton: to them, everything has karma.
Russ: right, but in our dealings with karma, it's
that that which you do comes back later.
Korton: to a certain extent yes.
Russ: now how would that associate was spirits
Korton: that some spirits are people spirits that
take on forms and they are paying the price of
their misdeeds or they wish to continue helping
Russ: so it would be almost be another word for
Russ: so in essence, we're nature spirits.
Korton: correct. But the Japanese term, which is
actually more correct than most terms....
Korton: for their spiritualism is that everything
has a spirit. This tree we are propped against,
although it is not functioning, it still has a
spirit. That fire has a spirit.
Korton: the living tree, the water, the entities
in the water, everything.
Russ: us as a people, have our place within that
that we've forgotten our place.
Russ: and so what we're attempting to do now is
reinstate that proper place in which the human
Korton: correct. There is a proper place with your
natural technological developments which are
necessary but there is a correct place for them
too in the balance of everything.
Russ: I see. So currently the balance, while not
exactly off, isn't on either.
Korton: correct, it is rocking badly.
Russ: right. Now it would be said then that
rocking badly is perfection.
Korton: no. Perfection is where there is no
rocking in the balance of nature and technology.
When both balance, then everything runs correctly.
At the moment, it is not balancing as it were.
Russ: right, but the human race as such is not
only ignorant of these other spirits but they're
totally callous about their use of the earth.
Korton: time will tell what happens. Whether or
not your species is to go on in the form that it
is or a selected few will go on and keep your
species going elsewhere........
Korton: that is not decided.
Russ: now to reach that balance between technology
and nature, it would be necessary then to continue
that same pattern we were discussing last week
with contacting nature spirits and working in
unison with them.
Russ: now, by working in unison with them, we're
able then to elicit possibly their aid in
correcting those imbalances or would it be that
they would not bother until the rest of mankind
comes around to the right......?
Korton: elementals, although very distrustful of
the human race as a whole, if individuals persist
in trying to contact them and doing what the
elementals wish, then they will be cooperating
with those individuals.
Russ: hmmm, okay, I see. So in another words it's
opening up those lines of communications to them.
Russ: okay now, earlier today I was working on
that same project down by the water.
Russ: trying to work with those nature spirits
that dwell in that body of water due to the fact
that that's what I'm closest associated to.
Russ: I could get a sort of almost laughter with a
bit of curiousness involved.
Korton: it is laughter because they perceive you
at present as the fool.
Russ: well, they have every right to.
Korton: yes, you are a human after all.
Korton: you were trying to catch.....lunch?
Korton: dinner. You laugh now?
Korton: you understand why they laugh.
Russ: yeah, it was probably looking pretty funny
Russ: I don't blame them. Now how do I get it to
where they take us seriously? Though that might be
a bit tough.
Korton: just broadcast friendship.
Russ: all right. Now, what I did this evening, as
per Karra's suggestion, was place the big energy
crystal there right over here on the wood by us
Russ: and invited those nature spirits who wish to
come and join in what we're doing tonight.
Korton: listen and learn.
Russ: uh-huh, right.
Korton: because although elementals may be
extremely long in their existence.....
Korton: they too can still learn from things.
Korton: and by pulling them into this circle, if
you listen and listen carefully........open your
Russ: I think of them welcoming.
Korton: you get them all around you. Tonight you
will be safe here.
Russ: yes, I noticed Saturday we were up here in
the daytime, not myself and Mark but myself and a
class that I'm in......
Russ: and we got scarfed by the bugs.
Korton: but yet there are no bugs.
Russ: we haven't been eaten once and we're not
very far from where we got scarfed on Saturday.
Korton: but listen, what do you hear? Tell me what
Russ: the wind.
Korton: and why is the wind blowing?
Korton: close. Let me put it another way, how well
is the wind blowing?
Russ: kind of all around but not right on us.
Korton: and? Fairly strong, correct?
Korton: so it makes it impossible for the bugs to
fly and hover in the same area.
Russ: ohhhh, so that's part of the balance.
Korton: yes and part of the protection. Now, it is
your turn to do a favor in return for the
Korton: when you leave this area, you pick up all
of your trash but, leave a little gift for them.
Maybe a little bit of food for the animals to feed
Korton: but not your flour based........flour and
Russ: you mean bread?
Korton: correct, not bread.
Russ: we have some trail mix with nuts and
Korton: yes, that would be useful.
Russ: all right.
Korton: put it in a little pile in an area away
from everywhere else as a thank you for the
creatures of the forest that have been forced to
be away from this area.
Russ: ahhh, I see.
Korton: by them being away from this area, it
means that they cannot scavenge and search in the
area that they would normally search in for their
Russ: ahh, so leaving them food will save them a
bunch of trouble.
Korton: correct and it will be a thank you.
Korton: the animals themselves will not understand
but the guardians of those animals, the elementals
and the spirits that travel around will
Russ: I see. So we're working through their
representatives you might say.
Korton: because they do not need food but they are
here to make sure that the animals do what they're
supposed to do.
Russ: okay. Now, I would assume then that the
reason why all of a sudden I'm finding my studies
directed towards elementals and nature spirits is
that the timing has become correct for that.
Russ: okay. In that case, try to maintain then a
Korton: when you have the opportunity to.
Korton: you cannot constantly be open to
elementals when you're in your workplace. You
cannot be open to elementals all the time.
Korton: because you have your function to do and
elementals do understand. The elementals that
inhabit an area for recreation and relaxation, for
example this area here........
Korton: although they do not understand that
you're only here visiting for a few little bits of
their time, they are always aware and able to
communicate with other elementals. You may not be
a stranger to them because the elementals at your
place of residence......
Korton: may have foretold that you would be coming
here to them.
Russ: I see, I see. So in another words, don't try
to put limits upon those things which cannot be
Korton: correct. All around, there is no limit to
what goes on around you.
Korton: how many things can you see happening
Russ: well, there's erosion, there's burning of
wood. Things are growing, things are dying, things
Korton: the water is lapping against the shores
Russ: the lake here.
Korton: the lake here. The wind is blowing.
Korton: there are individual branches moving and
rubbing. There is animals moving all around you,
there is the air moving all around you.
Korton: there is the rotation of your planets.
There are people talking, there are people
drinking, there are many things going on all
Russ: these things are connected.
Russ: so we are in our place.
Russ: I see. Okay, so find the balance.
Korton: the balance to harmony.
Russ: so basically what we're trying to do is
complete a circle.
Korton: you're trying to follow a path that has
been laid out for you that has set you on the road
that you must follow for the rest of your life.
Russ: ahh, true.
Korton: a circle suggests repetition going
Russ: right. Ahh, but this is going somewhere.
Russ: okay. So now sometimes when we hear things
that sound very natural, it might not be so.
Russ: like those frogs in the background.
Russ: it sounds like frogs having a great time. It
could be also a way of greeting.
Korton: yes, and it could also be a warning
telling the frogs to stay away from this area
because there was fire and strange beings.
Russ: ohh, I see.
Korton: also it could be telling other animals
that there is trouble.
Russ: now, so in another words, whereby I see
other animals as being separate from each other
except for their own kind, that isn't the case.
Korton: that is correct.
Russ: each animal has communication with all other
Korton: in a very limited sort of way in the way
that it can read body language.
Korton: the way that you can tell when somebody
who speaks a strange language is angry. You do not
know what they are saying........
Korton: they may not raise their voice but you can
tell when they are angry.
Russ: sure, because of the tone......
Russ: and the emotions that are being given off.
Korton: correct. When you learn the tone of the
animals, the tone of the wind, the tone of the
wind of life, all life, then you are on the way to
advancement of a higher level of existence.
Russ: I see. So it's school?
Korton: school is all around you.
Russ: this is the classroom.
Korton: yes. No, this is not the classroom, life
is the classroom.
Russ: ahh, true.
Korton: do you have any more questions?
Korton: is there anyone else you wish to talk to?
Russ: umm, well I'm going up and see my baby here
in a little while so........
Russ: I'll talk to her then in person but that's
pretty much it.
Russ: I'll let the channel get back and get to
Korton: okay, have an enjoyable evening.
Russ: okay, thank very much.
Korton: take care of yourself.
Russ: I will Korton and I think you've given me
some good clues on where to go from here.
Korton: where to go from here is up to you.
Russ: right, at least now I got a roadmap to
Korton: yes, a roadmap of many places. You should
discuss this more maybe at the next session.
Russ: I agree. I'll have plenty of input by then.
Korton: okay. By then you'll notice your thoughts,
you also might be extremely surprised.
Russ: okay, I look forward to it. Thank you.
(Mark gets back to his body and
we begin to chat about the session)
(Mark coughs coming out of his astral trip)
Russ: hi Mark.
Mark: oh. Hello, what happened to your mattress?
Russ: it has a hole in it.
Mark: I'd say, a big hole in it.
Russ: that was a very interesting session.
Mark: I wouldn't know this.
Russ: there was two good parts but there was a
really great part with Korton.
Mark: there was some good parts and there was a
really great part? That sounds like usual.
Russ: we share in Earth's future.
Russ: and at present, it has not been decided yet
whether the human race shall continue in its
Mark: that's charming.
Russ: where a few selected people will be chosen
out to continue our form somewhere else.
Mark: that sounds quite ominous actually. Russ,
what's that? That moving object, is that a plane?
Russ: well Taal came by earlier.
Mark: oh, what did he do, show off or something,
Russ: Omal and I were walking down to here right?
Mark: oh, Omal was mobile?
Russ: yeah, we were down here, he was looking up
to see Taal and there he was too, man close as
possible. This little star moving as fast as heck.
Mark: was he casual about it?
Russ: oh yeah, he was entirely casual. Oh, there's
Taal. I was like what? Oh what? Where? Wow. I was
all stoked and he was like oh, another walk in the
Mark: I think that's where your hole is, this
Russ: yeah, I wouldn't doubt it. No, it happened
in my tent.
Mark: oh. There, there it is.
Russ: what, you found it?
Russ: oh shit, that's a hole.
Mark: that's a big hole. Oh well, I suppose I
should've brought some of Jeff's waterproof tape.
Russ: I wonder if that thing would work, nothing.
Mark: okay, so you and Korton had a discussion.
Russ: oh, a major discussion.
Mark: he actually let you discuss?
Russ: oh yeah.
Mark: instead of his dissertations?
Russ: well, as I explained it to him, is that now
I've got an idea of where we're going to go with
Russ: and basically we'll just continue on now
since we've got kind of a roadmap. What I'm
working with now with nature spirits and
everything is probably one of the most key things
that we can work on right now.
Russ: just due to the fact that our regaining that
balance could be the difference between us
maintaining our status as a viable race.
Mark: oh. I thought I lost my crystal.
Russ: they're both there?
Mark: well, the other one's in my pants, this is
the far sighting one.
Mark: but my far sight crystal, I thought, "shit,
I lost it" because it wasn't in my hands.
Russ: good find.
Russ: oh, I've got to turn the tape off.
Russ: it's all right, let me do that. Ahh, on the
Mark, ahh. there it is.
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