Well Met, Hatshepsut and General Patton- (04/03/01)

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Archivist Notes: February's podcast features some amazing revelations that go way back in history in the form of a female pharaoh from Egypt's ancient past and a World War Two general reincarnated as two of our regular members of Ashtar Command we talk to quite a lot in these channeling sessions. Hearing about details of someone who lived over 3,500 years ago and the personal struggles faced by someone who decreed over who lived and who died that came before them for judgment is something history books can't convey. This is all from Kiri who also talks about Lyka's last life where she was not yet ascended and had been the person we know as General George S. Patton. This is just the beginning of side two and there is still everyone else who spoke that filled up the rest of the tape. A quick rundown before going into greater detail starts with Tia who talked about the McCain-Feingold bill and trouble in the Middle East at the time, Omal going over the delay of the Conference and Bunny being chosen to work with the Sirian representative as well as Karra discussing the self-control needed by a someone like Bunny who can both heal and coerce. Overall, thanks to the clarity of the recorded on the best equipment we had been able to afford in 2001, we are able to present a session free of the static experienced in recent podcasts though we still had a bit of radio interference that can barely be heard in the background. Minus that, you are hearing pretty much how it sounded to us who were a part of these channeling sessions.

   Tia is back in her role as ring mistress after a long time out of the position and goes over the normal data from the reports she generates as a data analyzer of our planet. She has a lot to go with recent the happenings of the military spy plane that had to make a forced landing in China and the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform bill. She also has been following the situation in the Middle East so we get into the question of Israeli settlements in the West Bank. She uses an analogy to define the realities faced by both sides and has a go at the Clinton administration for dropping the ball on financial assistance that had been promised to ease the tension. Her very in-depth observations give us the views of someone with an eye to helping the planet rise in consciousness but seeing things that would say their work is more needed than ever. She ends her time speaking and hands off to Omal who is happy to announce they had found a solution to a problem that was holding up the intergalactic Conference. To clarify, the representative from Sirius required a special chamber that kept her apart from the rest of the base personnel to avoid bias in her role towards one side or the other. Unfortunately, an earthquake on Mars caused a collapse of a section of the passageway that accessed the chamber. They had repaired the passageway and faced a second hurdle of how to pass on the representative's input without any interactions with anyone else on the base. A mechanical alternative was in the works but Omal found a better solution in the form of Bunny, a much better alternative for sure. He explains how the transfer of information would work and as a bonus, we get to hear from Bunny herself at the end of the session with her impressions on the arrangement. He changes subjects and we are reminded that once again Hades Base has a champion in the downhill during the recent Tri-Base ski races. Lyka again got the gold but her consistent winning has become a problem Omal reveals. The other competitors in the event lack the thought they could win and the event has turned into a snooze fest. There is a solution and it is one that Lyka came up with Omal is set to approve in which future competitions would lack her participation but would continue with biathlon. The example uses to compare to our world is Tiger Wood's domination of the Master's tournament that he would go on to win later that week. We're minutes from the end of the tape and things finish naturally just prior to Kiri coming on saying hi with her unable to even finish her first sentence.

   Kiri continues with what is definitely the highlight of the session where first we remark on the revelation that one of our regular speakers had been General Patton in her last life. We know from a recent podcast that Lyka had ascended for the first time and had previous to this always been born on the third dimension. Looking at the similarities in hindsight, it's easy to see the draw to an organization like the Oath Keepers who travel to the third dimension protection the sister worlds of Sirius. What Kiri gives us about her third dimensional life is a first-person view of the life of a pharaoh in ancient Egypt. Her name at the time was Hatshepsut who ruled Egypt during the 18th dynasty and the details she is able to provide is a first-person perspective on her life as one of the few female pharaohs. She answers questions on her rise to power and the question of slavery which was a large part of Egyptian society. History books lack the kind of recollection she is able to provide of someone from history we are able to research. One point not brought up but stands out is the fact that Kiri would have 3,500 years or so on a higher dimension. Knowing her as well as we do says a lot on what a great place it is to be born back into life after life. While this would have been a great conversation to stay with for the rest of the tape, we have to move to her sister Karra to continue this enlightening channeling session. It's reminiscing for us as she remembers the past. First is the last third dimensional life she had where she faced similar challenges as Kiri's and then about her mother's passing and Kiri's help during those hard times. In between she defines what it is to be a healer and that healers give of themselves when healing, something she would have a lot of experience in her times prior to becoming an ambassador. It was the healing through her words when Kiri was with their mother in the last part of her life that brought up the subject of the coercer healer combination that we have really only seen with Bunny. We're reminded, because of the healing Bunny had preformed on her sister and Lyka, that she is young as are a number of the speakers who part of the archives. That's where we finish in a look forward at all the potential waiting for those still under a hundred with eight or nine hundred years left in their lifetime. To get us to the end of the tape would be the person we had just been speaking about, Bunny herself. In her years since we had met her as a university student who did occasional porn holograms, we see her now as an intern on the base looking to get a position there and it's a bit more serious Bunny than previously but not by much. She acknowledges that she be accepting the position Omal was offering her to hopefully strengthen her case for staying and fulfilling an urge we hadn't previously considered. It proves you can't judge a book by its cover. As usual, the conversation turns to sex and the overemphasis placed on the morals surrounding what two people and almost every other living creature has done since history began. Bunny's extensive knowledge on the subject makes her the perfect person to explain the connectedness that can be found on the sixth dimension which would be hard for us to comprehend but something she still has yet to experience. Towards the end, she comments on a pair of stockings she had a gift made from Earth silk. We knew of another pair of silk stockings she had and it's thanks to them we know how valuable such a gift would be on the base. We get to the end of the tape with a little bit of Bunny's self-reflection on the future she faced with the acceptance of this new position. You can tell this is something that represents a change in her life where she would never be the same again.                                                   
            

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TIA Ring Mistress MARK (Channel)
OMAL RUSS (Archivist)
KARRA
KIRI
BUNNY


SIDE 1

1.)(0:00)- Tia gives us a rundown of the happenings down here on Earth from her perspective of a data analyst for Ashtar Command. In terms of a third dimensional TV channel, it was a busy news day.
SIDE 2

1.)(0:00)- Kiri recalls in great detail her last third dimensional life as a pharaoh nearly deleted from history by the name of Hatshepsut. This is a first-person recall of a life at best we can only read in hieroglyphics.
2.)(15:19)- Karra uses her last third dimensional past life to explain the giving of themselves healers do whenever they heal. She reflects back as well on healings that both Kiri and Bunny had done in the past.
3.)(27:26)- Bunny reveals she will be accepting the position mentioned by Omal while expressing some reservations about the changes it will bring to her life. As an intern, this is a great opportunity to impress.
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SIDE ONE


(Ring Mistress Tia starts things off)


Tia: okay, letís get down to business and let's start going over things shall we?

Russ: all right, that sounds good.

Tia: okay, financial reports. Not good, not good at all.

Russ: no, stock markets are taking a big dive.

Tia: uh-huh, worldwide.

Russ: yep.

Tia: hmmm okay, thatís pretty much as I predicted and letís look at weather. Whether the weather be not. Okay, well as you notice the weather patterns have been a little bit goofy and strange......

Russ: right.

Tia: much again as predicted. I donít see much in the way of change that itís going to be drier than normal but if you notice in certain areas itís been wetter than normal. For example the East Coast, again much as I said it would be, I hate always being right when itís negative stuff. What else? Okay, letís look at some of the civil unrest and the most current problem thatís occurred which is the crashing or rather the landing of a U.S. reconnaissance plane in China.

Russ: ahh yes.

Tia: uh-huh. Okay, now itís probably very likely that the fighter that collided with the aircraft got a little too close and sliced off the nose. The pictures that I have seen indicate that more than likely it was an accident. The aircraftÖÖthereís a feline outside saying, "in please" or rather saying, "in"ÖÖ..the pictures that I have looked at indicate that there was extensive damage done to the front of the aircraft, Iím surprised that the aircraft was capable of landing. However, the valuable information that was on board fortunately was managed to be destroyed beforehand. Whether or not this is good is depending on your interpretation of certain key facts. Let us move along unless you got questions Russ.

Russ: uh-uh.

Tia: okay, to the McCain-Feingold reform bill, one for me. Itís progressing, the factors that have been factored in that are negotiable are being negotiated. The nonnegotiable factors that were hidden within the bill are still pretty much intact. Nobodyís had a real good, close look at what is hidden in there fortunately but it is progressing as planned. There is opposition from the Democrats of course because they rely heavily on soft money so to them this is a very harmful and dangerous bill. However, McCain, John McCain is doing exactly as planned and is working very hard on getting this across and passed. Do you have questions?

Russ: yeah, isnít it a factor that whether or not it goes through it's still good for McCain?

Tia: uh-huh and itís even better if it does go through.

Russ: yeah but one of the problems I see in that bill is the First Amendment rights that are being violated by the stopping of political ads sixty days before the election. Thatís the only problem I really see in the whole entire mess.

Tia: okay, now, if you look more closely at it and youíre parroting the Democratic party line which is expected seeing as you are a Democrat......

Russ: that with hopes.

Tia: uh-huh but you are parroting the Democratic line or the Democratic Partyís line that this is a breach of First Amendment rights. Isnít it also a breach of Amendment rights to go against the right to bear arms?

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: isnít that what the Democrats preach, taking away the weapons from the people?

Russ: well taking away certain weapons.

Tia: certain weapons?

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: such as?

Russ: assault riflesÖ.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: automatic weaponsÖ.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: canít argue with that.

Tia: but the overall plan and projection is to get rid of the weapons out of the hands of the people.

Russ: I haven't read anything in the Democratic manifesto about that one.

Tia: no but it is pretty common knowledge and the reason itís not in there is because they wouldn't get elected, plain and simple. They hide things frequently whereas the McCain and Feingold bill is being upfront and honest and it is not breaching the First Amendment rights freedom of speech, not at all. What it is doing is itís limiting the capability by A, the soft money and B, banning party direct assaults on candidates directly before the election. What you're still allowed to do is to make issue ads but not assault the candidates that are making the election. You have to be honest and upfront on who is sponsoring these commercials. Before hand you werenít allowed to so in another words what it is doing is itís changing the fact that they can slander even their own candidates and say that itís somebody elseís ad which is what happened prior to the election. So by changing this and making it public on who is actually paying for it, is actually beneficial to all parties involved. The fact of doing away 30 and 60 days before anybody is elected is perfect, it gives everybody equal opportunities and rights which is again totally direct from what the Democrats preach, as long as it benefits them and nobody else, thatís all that matters.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: it is designed in such a way that it does not benefit one or the other, it is equally harmful to both or equally beneficial to both depending on your point of view.

Russ: okay, I think the only thing then that I have a problem with is the fact that on the other issue on that, the McCain-Feingold bill, is how is the Democrats going to raise the soft money or any money to play in the same field as the Republicans?

Tia: how are they going to? The same way that theyíve always done it.

(a cat in the room drops a gift in front of Tia)

Tia: thank you.

(Tia has a quick back and forth with the cat)

Tia: itís set up in such a way that it is equal for both. The Democrats have always relied on vast sums of soft money, vast sums, the Republicans have never relied on it because they get their money through other means, perfectly legal other means. The Democrats have never tapped into this because the soft money is far more plentiful and less work needed to get it then the money that the Republicans get, itís easy to get.

Russ: well that's different from what I'm reading in the news.

Tia: well youíre getting a slanted view.

Russ: oh, okay.

Tia: what are you reading?

Russ: well Iím reading where both parties are reaching parity finally in the soft monies, Democrats finally getting up to where the Republicans are soft money wise......

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and now theyíre worried that that soft money is going to be taken away because they canít compete in the hard money arena.

Tia: and why canít they compete?

Russ: mostly because of the fact that the soft money is coming from places that are traditionally Democratic: labor unions, entertainment industry, so on.

Tia: not strictly true. A lot of the activities that were going on with the large quantities of money that were exchangingÖÖ..let me rephrase it. They were caught with their hands in the jar with the whole entire Al Gore Buddhist Temple routine. Where is a Buddhist monk going to get their hands on twenty or $40,000?

Russ: got me.

Tia: and this is what happened at the Buddhist temple fiasco for poor Igor.

Russ: I thought it was all coming in from China to this Buddhist Temple?

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: itís just being funneled through the Buddhist temple.

Tia: uh-huh and that's where a lot of the soft money for the Democrats actually tends to come through front organizations.

Russ: I see.

Tia: and what they want to do is put a stop to that. Thatís what the soft money thing is all about is the fronting of money.

Russ: well the McCain-Feingold bill has passed the Senate hasnít it?

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: it just has to go through the houseÖ..

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: exactly as it went through the Senate.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and the odds on that are?

Tia: 50-50.

Russ: eekk.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: I trusted it was higher odds.

Tia: everythingís 50-50, either it does or it doesnít.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: okay, now moving along.

Russ: okay.

Tia: okay now letís look at some of the civil unrest worldwide.

Russ: all right.

Tia: of course thereís the Israeli Palestine thing going on which again is something that has been an ongoing issue for these many, many months now. The so-called peace accord that was created by president Bill Clinton seems to have eroded very, very rapidly and dissipated because there was no real support for it, it was more his legacy.

Russ: right.

Tia: and most of his legacy issues have fallen to pieces. As the same with Northern Ireland, that has fallen to pieces but you donít hear anything about that much of it in the news now because no longer do you have a president that is possessed by his legacy or possessed by the fact of looking good whilst actually being extremely dirty. What you have is a family man orientation in the White House. You see the difference?

Russ: well I see that anything that happens in Israel or Ireland is all going to be blamed on Bush anyway.

Tia: correct but Bush hasnít promised them anything, Bill Clinton promised them lots of financial aid which never materialized hence the reason why they're falling to pieces right now.

Russ: hmmm.

Tia: you see the issue? Bill Clinton hoped to fix the problems with money and as you know money and fixing problems doesnít work. What it takes is hard work by all parties involved, negotiation and a preparedness to follow through with those negotiations.....

Russ: quite true.

Tia: which unfortunately in Northern Ireland has never materialized. One side was prepared to do it, the other side wasnít. One side was prepared to be open and honest, the other side wasnít. Itís the same with Palestine, one side was prepared to be open and honest, one side was prepared to negotiate and disarm and to actually help, the other side was not.

Russ: hmm, well thatís only because Israel has nothing to lose by staying firm on what its current situation is.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: they have everything to lose giving up lands that they think theyíve rightly won.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: they have no need to basically.

Tia: well itís a very tricky, tricky situation, very tricky.

Russ: well for example the town of Hebron.

Tia:
Hebron.

Russ:
Hebron, the most heavily contested part of the entire West BankÖ..

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and itís only home to 6,500 Jews compared to 200,000 Muslims......or Palestinians. Now when you have a disparity like that, whatís the point of staying except for to say that well itís your home? Well itís not, itís somebody elseís home that you got put into.

Tia: yes and no, yes and no. You again are parroting what the press is saying.

Russ: okay.

Tia: the numbers are correct. Let us say that you have settled in an area, you wish to live there. Itís a quiet neighborhood, the people are well behaved but they want you out, are you going to leave? Youíve painted this house, you've worked in its garden, youíve done all sorts of things around it. Are you going to give that all up just because the people around you want you to leave? Even though theyíre not actually doing anything deliberately to make you leave, theyíre just letting it known that it would be better if you moved.

Russ: Iíd leave with a profit.

Tia: with a profit?

Russ: right.

Tia: what if they were going to offer you the same value that you paid for it after all the hard work that you put in?

Russ: hmm, yeah I see your point.

Tia: uh-huh. Let us say that you got Daniel and Daniel grew up here to the age of 10 years old, would you leave even if they wanted to leave, would you leave?

Russ: well if it came down to the point of my life was at stake, yes.

Tia: thatís different.

Russ: well thatís what theyíre going through there in
Hebron......

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: they're lives are at stake every day.

Tia: yes and no.

Russ: their lives, their childrenís lives, their family's lives are all at stakeÖ.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: each day that they stay there.

Tia: and why are they at stake?

Russ: because people want them out of there and theyíre willing to take any way they can to get them out of there.

Tia: uh-huh instead of sitting down and getting to know them and becoming friendly, inviting them into their houses and vice a versa and getting on.

Russ: right.

Tia: let us say the spotlight was taken off that area, let us say that they work together......

Russ: right.

Tia: would that happen then?

Russ: yeah probably.

Tia: yeah probably.

Russ: well thereís no telling in the Middle East.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: itís not something you can say yes or no toÖ..

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: itís all a matter of odds and luck.

Tia: let us say that those individuals were contributing to the community in a big way. Let us say they own shops, some of them do. Let us say that they own businesses, some of them do. Let us say that in their shops and businesses they employ people that are Palestinians and not Jewish which they do.

Russ: right, want some water?

Tia: yes please, he seems to have an aquatic life form in his throat.

(Tia talks to the cat again in the meantime)

Tia: thank you. You see, what was promised by Bill Clinton but never materialized was financial aid so that they could work together, that they could create a environment where it was be beneficial for all of them to be present. This never materialized. Bill Clinton has created this problem. Let us say that Al Gore had been elected as opposed to George W. Bush......

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: then the situation would still be the same and the offer of financial help would still be made. George W Bush isnít prepared to make that offer of financial aid and even if he was prepared to he would make sure that that money would materialize because he is a man of his word. He will tell people this is what I want, you work it out on how we get there which is a good thing. He is not, and he admits it, not particularly intelligent compared to people like Bill Clinton and Al Gore. Their biggest mistake is that they are intelligent and nobody else is except for their small surrounding intelligentsia. They did not surround themselves with people that were as smart or if not even smarter. George W. Bush is smart enough to realize that he is not that smart, that the recreational pharmaceuticals that he did in his youth have taken their toll and have fried brain cells so what he does is he surrounds himself with smart people to help him. And he would formulate, if he was to be put in this position, a way to meet those demands, the financial backing, the working together which is what he is good at.

Russ: hmmm, well I havenít seen Colin Powell really doing much over there though, he is the Secretary of State for the United States.

Tia: thatís correct, he is waiting for the appropriate moment.

Russ: which is what?

Tia: I donít know.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: we donít have the leaks that we once did. This is a different bunch of people, this is a bunch of people who know how to keep their mouth shut. Have you heard the rumors coming out of the White House recently?

Russ: not really.

Tia: did you hear the rumors coming out of the White House before the administrative change?

Russ: that was all public knowledge at that pointÖ..

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: wasnít even rumors.

Tia: thatís correct, which is better?

Russ: true.

Tia: we'll make a Republican of you yet Russ.

Russ: itíll be a long shot unless McCain came in but I hear more rumors about the Time Warner AOL deal than I do about the White House now.

Tia: uh-huh.

Tia: okay now moving along to the last little bit andÖ..oh we can leave that alone for a little while. I was going to say certain phenomena but we'll leave that alone for this time.

Russ: okay.

Tia: okay? Let me put on the next speaker as I seem to be back doing the ring mistress thing.

Russ: okay.

Tia: they even told me what to wear.





(Omal joins us for his time to speak)


Omal: greetings Russ, it has been a long, long timeÖ.

Russ: Omal.

Omal: well not so long, long by your counting.

Russ: long by my counting, itís been a short time for you Iím sure.

Omal: yes. Okay, let us get down to matters that are at handÖÖ

Russ: alrighty.

Omal: important matters. First of all, as you might of noticed, we continue to have technical issues with the conference.

Russ: Iíve noticed that yes.

Omal: yes, major technical issues. Part of it was a slight seismic shifting which disrupted everything.

Russ: oh.

Omal: we think we may have found a solution.

Russ: oh good.

Omal: a rather strange set of circumstances occurred in a discussion recently. I was discussing with a group of interns and we were discussing the basic setup of the base on how they should interact and how they should behave. An intern that I have met frequently was present and as normal what I do is I test and check shields and do a little bit of probing. I knew that probing would be useless on this individual as this individual is a prober herself. You know who Iím talking about.

Russ: yeah, it seemed to be something that had come up in the past.

Omal: yes and it was something that was discussed briefly a while back.

Russ: right.

Omal: when I started probing her shields, the first thing that really struck me and something Iíve never really done to her was how strong her shields are.

Russ: hmmm.

Omal: so I assaulted her shields deliberately using various different techniques to distract. Still nothing. Then, I went up a level and I got hostile once the discussion had been dismissed, she was requested to stay behind and I assaulted her shields aggressively. They took a beating, they took a battering, she was aware of what I was trying to do and stiffened her shields. I assaulted very, very hard, finally they crumbled. I think we have a candidate to act as a receptacle for information with her shields that will be more than adequate to deal with somebody such as the representative.

Russ: excellent, well that will beat the mechanical means we're trying.

Omal: yes, that looks like the only way that we can do it that she will be prepped, sent in there, she will have the information implanted into her, she will leave and then dictate.

Russ: ahh, okay that'll work.

Omal: it is slow and cumbersome, it is not the direct approach that we would like but it is the best that we can go with due to the little seismic shift, we had such a small window to work through in creating the appropriate chamber. As soon as the shift occurred it became next to impossible to remedy the problem.

Russ: oh.

Omal: the upside is that the representative has had plenty of time to do some serious dwelling and pondering. A true Sirian at heart. She has been also able to review a lot of data that has been sent and given to her so that she should be more informed. Okay, do you have any questions?

Russ: well yeah, now itís basically a point where we go ahead and we get back toÖ

Omal: Alloya.

Russ:
Alloya and getting everybody pretty much prepped into the fact that we're starting up again.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: so it's just merely a matter of news keeping. Do we want to go ahead and as I was thinking is invite Skip and Sunpar to have more of a moreÖ..?

Omal: yes.....

Russ: ahh.

Omal: a more active role.

Russ: a more active role, correct.

Omal: yes, very much so. What we need them to do is to ask questions.

Russ: thatís a good idea.

Omal: what we need them to do is to try to get all representatives to work together, question meanings, question explanations, get it out in the open, get away from the doubletalk. I think the Sirian representative definitely has a disadvantage that first of all she does not speak EnglishÖ..

Russ: hmm.

Omal: secondly, she is limited in the input that is being given to her because she has to be as neutral as possible.

Russ: right.

Omal: some of the issues that were created early on were very necessary to get out in the open. For example, the Sirian representative was very confused by the fact that
Alloya will talk as a channel and as herself, that was very confusing for her.

Russ: yeah, that's confusing for everyone. You have to basically interpret yourself just whoís talking about what.

Omal: correct which was one of her confusing points that she picked up almost immediately that it was one person but speaking in two contexts.

Russ: right.

Omal: one as a channeler or information channeled and one as a third dimensional being. It definitely very much confused her.

Russ: well unfortunately though thatís kind of the norm down here, we have a bit more of the un-norm.

Omal: I am aware that but it was very difficult for the representative to comprehend this. It made it difficult for her to read what was being said.

Russ: okay. Well we just have to know sheís got that under control, she knows what to expect.....

Omal: Bunny will help her. For Bunny it is going be very hard as well.

Russ: yeah because even though she has her shields up she still has to keep from talking about down here.

Omal: correct.

Russ: Bunny has a tendency to do things that come out of her mouth.

Omal: yes unfortunately.

Russ: so it's more of a case of watching Bunny than watching her shields.

Omal: that will be addressed.

Russ: okay.

Omal: part of the issue or part of the agreement with Bunny is that she comes to my office before each time. Bunny will not be able to talk once she goes in there, she will not be able to communicate more than a few sentences which will be pre-programmed.

Russ: she still has telepathy though doesn't she?

Omal: she will have telepathy that will be programmed.

Russ: oh Jesus.

Omal: in other words, she will be channeling.

Russ: and Bunny's good with this?

Omal: it is part of an agreement.

Russ: this is a lot tougher than the bracelet.

Omal: oh very much so but in return Bunny will be learning lots of interesting things.

Russ: and sheís making some big marks for staying on the base too.

Omal: she is also dealing with one of her addictions.

Russ: hmm.

Omal: one of her addictions is not what youíre thinking.

Russ: uh-huh.

Omal: one of her addictions is a very, very powerful thing, very powerful. Far more powerful than you realize.

Russ: what, fun?

Omal: no.

Russ: hmm?

Omal: knowledge.

Russ: oh really?

Omal: Bunny has an addiction for knowledge hence the reason why she probes so heavily.

Russ: ahh.

Omal: okay, let us move along and as we donít have a very large group present we will continue answering your questions.

Russ: okay, you donít mind if I ask them do you?

Omal: certainly.

Russ: the rest of this crowd allÖ.

Omal: well I do not think my interpretation skills are very good when it comes to feline.

Russ: yeah and theyíre not very inquisitive either. Okay, now as far as Tiaís stuff goes, everything goes on the web?

Omal: pretty much so.

Russ: and how about the plane going down and her shots that she's seen of the nose? We haven't even got those yet.

Omal: that will become common knowledge very soon.

Russ: okay.

Omal: Iím taking a little bit of a gamble there.

Russ: all righty, it's just I spotted it right away and it's like, "well, I better check with Omal".

Omal: that is something that she plays a game very dangerously.

Russ: so pictures she's seeing, how do I interpret that out?

Omal: by the time it goes on the web it will be common knowledge.

Russ: all right, weíll go that route then.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: okay. Letís see, any other base activities I should know about?

Omal: well weíve had our winter sports.

Russ: the ski races?

Omal: the ski races have been gone, we will let Kiri address that.

Russ: okay, sounds good.

Omal: uh-huh. I will say that we have a champion again and I am very tempted to make a command decision to ask her to step down from doing the downhill as she repeatedly wins and it is not good for other people when you have somebody that repeatedly wins at that one event.

Russ: well still, thereís always the chance she could lose.

Omal: the chances are slim to none.

Russ: well look at for example this coming up weekend here, we have a golf tournament down here called the Masters at Augusta....

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: and pretty much everybody already says of whoís going to come in second place. They already know whoís going to come in first which is Tiger Woods but yet everybodyís going out there to play anyway.

Omal: okay let us extend that, let us say that Tiger Woods had been playing for the equivalent that Lyka has been racing in the downhill which is what, seven years now?

Russ: yeah.

Omal: let us say that he won every time he went to Augusta.

Russ: well this will be his second time heís gone and he's won it once......no, third time, he's won once.

Omal: okay, so he hasnít won every time that heís been there.

Russ: good point.

Omal: Lyka just keeps getting better, it was incredible to watch her form, to watch her speed. She wasnít in your term .02 or .2 ahead of the field, weíre talking 3Ĺ of your seconds.....

Russ: ahh.

Omal: setting a new downhill record for speed.

Russ: well maybe they can do like a legends of skiing and let her do an exhibition once a year.

Omal: we will see how it goes, it is something that I have discussed with her that maybe she should give somebody else the opportunity to mainly because watching the downhill races, it wasnít so much for them going through and trying to win, they were just going through the motions.

Russ: bummer.

Omal: it was sort of like, "oh well, weíre not going to win, we'll just ski down it anyway".

Russ: yeah, I can see where that would be a bit demoralizing.

Omal: uh-huh.

Russ: okay.

Omal: and the fact that she just keeps on getting better and better.

Russ: hmm, well she still has the biathlon if nothing else.

Omal: that is very acceptable.

Russ: because then sheís on a team.

Omal: that's correct, it is a team event.

Russ: okay, I can see that.

Omal: it is a hard decision to make but it is very demoralizing if let us say every time you went to do something you were second-best and you knew you were going to be second-best before you even got there?

Russ: yeah, good point. Well Lyka canít feel bad about it.

Omal: in fact it is an honor.

Russ: yeah, thatís what sheís got to look at it is that itís an honor.

Omal: even if she stops competing in the downhill, she has got some very heavy records that she has set.

Russ: was this her best yet?

Omal: most definitely.

Russ: oh well, there you go.

Omal: my suggestion was that she retires until somebody beats her record. No sorry, I do apologize, that was her suggestion.

Russ: oh.

Omal: it is one that I am very inclined to go with.

Russ: well that does sounds reasonable, I mean she canít really complain too much about that.

Omal: that her record stands. The only thing that I think would be missing is from her trophy cabinet. You have to remember that she does not come from a high house family.

Russ: right.

Omal: she is the person in her family that has achieved the most and at a tender age of 23 she has achieved incredible feats for her family.

Russ: too bad it probably isn't appreciated more.

Omal: oh her family appreciates it tremendously.

Russ: oh really? Oh well thatís good, I didnít know that.

Omal: there is a lot that you do not know about Lyka.

Russ: uh-huh, well definitely an impressive kind of knowledge to know. Thank you, I appreciate the honor.

Omal: she may be a harsh and tough captain but sheís very, very loving.

Russ: hmm, well excellent.

Omal: and she is also still a very scared little girl. Even though she may be fully mature, she is still very scared and nervous.

Russ: well sheís seen more weird stuff than Iíll ever see.

Omal: yes.

Russ: or hope to see. Hmm okay, oh by the way, did you like our setup down here? Nice to be back?

Omal: it is nice to be back, it was always a special location for us. Very relaxing and personable, not like some of the channeling sessions that we have done in the years gone by.

Russ: aye, yeah this is a little bit more relaxed.

Omal: yes, this is very informal.

Russ: well thank you Omal, I appreciate your information and your time tonight.

Omal: okay, thank you very much indeed and as was heard on the monitoring before we started out, live long, prosper and, Iíll be back.





(Tia returns to pass the chat to Kiri)


Russ: hi Tia.

(Tia says hi in Durondedunn)

Tia: okay, I donít think of those things sometimes.

Russ: what?

Tia: that they may go on the web.

Russ: oh yes.

Tia: and that I give away some clues sometimes. Okay, let meÖ..choices, choices, choices. Okay, Iíll put on the next speaker.

Russ: okay.

Tia: yeah, can you hold that one? Okay.

(Tia says goodbye in Durondedunn)




(Kiri has only seconds to talk)


Russ: ahhh Kiri.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: good evening.

Kiri: I asked to go onÖÖ.


SIDE ONE ENDS



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SIDE TWO


(Kiri is back to offer a surprising revelation)


Kiri: okay, first of all, I had a very interesting regression the other afternoon. I went and saw my counselor that I go and see every so oftenÖ..

Russ: uh-huh.

Kiri: and we did a regression.

Russ: hmm, where to?

Kiri: my last past life, my last third dimensional past life.

Russ: ahh third dimensional, excellent.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: my favorite place.

Kiri: uh-huh, even more favorite. I had in my last third dimensional past life some unfinished things that I needed to do.

Russ: okay.

Kiri: and I was put in a position where I would have considerable temptation and obviously I passed.

Russ: obviously.

Kiri: considerable temptation. I was also given considerable hardship. It was a area that I was very familiar with. You want to know who I was?

Russ: hmm, curious?

Kiri: curious? Youíll be even be more curious, youíll be a little bit amused if not shocked when I tell you who I was.

Russ: well Iím still getting over the Patton thing so this should be fairly interesting.

Kiri: uh-huh. Patton for Lyka, no that wasnít a shock.

Russ: well it was to me.

Kiri: I could see a lot of similarities mainly because Mark was interested in Patton I did a little research and I saw a lot of similarities.

Russ: oh.

Kiri: I saw the fact that Lyka was very shy. Early on in Pattonís life he was very shy, he stuttered.

Russ: did he?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: did not know that.

Kiri: a lot of similarities. Anyway, getting back to my past life regressionÖ.

Russ: uh-huh.

Kiri: I had as I said certain deeds that I needed to get done, I had certain lessons I needed to learn and I was put in the position where I would have to face one of my worst temptations, being having absolute power. Does that tell you what I was?

Russ: absolute power, royalty I assume.

Kiri: uh-huh. I would also have an effect in things that occurred after my death because of my position in life.

Russ: well the pharaohs were all kind of in that realmÖ.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: I would say.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: am I getting warmer?

Kiri: very warm. This Pharaoh would be deleted from history for a long time because of the position and because of a very important, without giving too much away, situation.

Russ: hmm, this isnít that female Pharaoh was it?

Kiri: the one that was struck from history?

Russ: yeah right.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: oh.

Kiri: that was me.

Russ: so my history isnít that bad after all.

Kiri: do you know what her name was?

Russ: HefastusÖ.

(Kiri chuckles)

Kiri: you butcher it terribly.

Russ: well okay, Iím not good on names.

Kiri: H.A.T.S.H.E....anyway it spells Hatshepsut.

Russ: Hatshepsut, that's what I mean, how am I supposed to pronounce something like that? I got damn close if you ask me.

Kiri: how did you pronounce it?

Russ:
Hefastus or something.

Kiri:
Hefastus.......Hatshepsut.

Russ: all right, I got the H right.

Kiri: uh-huh and you got the S in there too.

Russ: yeah. So what did you learn from this? The fact that youíre able to maintain your humbleness no matter what your situation and position in life was?

Kiri: not really, that wasnít something I had to learn.

Russ: was it being able to give up all the material possessions that you owned?

Kiri: no, not that either. What I had to learn was that fact that I couldnít give into my urgesÖ..

Russ: hmmm.

Kiri: I had to be very discreet about my urges.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: I had to fulfill my duty, my obligations. I had to protect somebody that I did not even like, namely my half-brother. I had to put up with the fact of sexism in the worst form.

Russ: oh yeah.

Kiri: I had to learn to act tough.

Russ: hmm, act like a man.

Kiri: uh-huh, I had to learn control. Also it was actually the first time that I got the opportunity to, in all my third dimensional past lives, to enjoy the company of the same sex.....

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: mainly because I wasn't allowed to have men although I did and I did become pregnant and I did have a child, it had to be kept very, very quiet.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: I also had to learn how to be domineering. I had to learn how to be tough.

Russ: well it does explain a bit.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: but now at one point did you have to care more about other people than yourself?

Kiri: I had to learn that even though everybody was responsible to me, I had to be responsible to them.

Russ: what about the slavery issue?

Kiri: a lot of the slaves were actually very willing to be slaves.

Russ: really?

Kiri: uh-huh, especially the house slaves. They were taken care of, they were well-fed, they were given every amenity that you could think of. They had it a lot better than a lot of the non-peasants.......non-slaves. They had a roof over their head, they had clothing, all's they had to do was behave themselves.

Russ: and do their jobs.

Kiri: and do their jobs. They had food, they had time off where they could relax and gather and have fun, I didnít have any of that as Pharaoh.

Russ: hmm, and as you were theÖÖyou were actually a GodÖ.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: or goddess in this case.

Kiri: no, I was a God.

Russ: God, thatís right because youíre male, then you had to have decrees and so forthÖ.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: and how did youÖÖ..did you learn how to deal justly with the your decrees as with the situation?

Kiri: yes, I had to very careful on what I decreed.

Russ: well thatís good.

Kiri: there were times where I wanted something so badly that I was prepared to make a decree to get it.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: and there are a few times that I did make a decree to go and get things, expeditions as they were called, down into deep Nubia to get things.

Russ: and did you get to travel much at all in this time?

Kiri: didnít have as much freedom as you would think.

Russ: now is this still the time of Alexandria?

Kiri: oh this is way before then.

Russ: way before Alexandria?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: oh, so weíre still talking Thebes.

Kiri: uh-huh. Now, there was a time where Thutmose III, was it Thutmose III? Anyway, yes it was. He had married and he had produced a son and I was given the opportunity to set in motion events that would happen with Thutmose IIIís grandson, Amenhotep IVÖÖ

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: his son being Amenhotep III. Amenhotep IV followed through on something that I was trying to do and this was towards the end of my reign. With Amenhotep III, I had long discussions, long discussions, made him very freethinking much to his fatherís disgust which led to a whole load of problems right at the end of my reign due to some very unwelcome dietary supplements but it was an experiment that unfortunately failed. It was taken further than was anticipated and everything but that wasnít a karmic comeback or feedback or anything because I had learned my karmic lessons that I needed to advance to this level at that point.

Russ: hmm, interesting. And you had no tomb if I remember right.

Kiri: yes I had a tomb.

Russ: was it a really good one?

Kiri: uh-huh, it wasnít completed though.

Russ: oh, okay. Well I knew there were some circumstances......see this this changes my whole viewpoint to that particular Pharaoh because I always thought the circumstances that brought her to power were rather unusual and I saw her as a power-hungry manipulator who got what she wanted through force and coercion.

Kiri: yes there was coercion used. The thing was that I absolutely adored my father......

Russ: hmm, thatís good.

Kiri: and my half-brother at first I adored him but he was very different.

Russ: so how is it that she ended up being the ruler or yourself and not him?

Kiri: partly because of hisÖ..he had tendencies like I did but the other way.

Russ: ahh.

Kiri: he also loved to fight, he loved to fight.

Russ: so not very ruler wise.

Kiri: no. He helped to increase the Empire, he made the Empire quadruple in size.

Russ: wow, thatís an impressive stat.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: hmm, well thatís an important life you lived then, something that indeed had a lot of temptations and a lot of lessons to be learned.

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: Iím not sure I could have handled it as well as you did.

Kiri: whether or not I handled it well, history that you read differs from what I know.

Russ: right, well thatís normal.

Kiri: uh-huh. There were some things I made very, very big mistakes at early on whilst I was learning that I could not have the bedfellows that I wanted and was being pushed to experimenting with other options. Things didn't happen as I planned, I thought I was being very clever and discreet and I wasnít.

Russ: hmm.

Kiri: which led to a lot of snickering behind hands and almost a feeling of dread whenever I would go to do my regal functions.

Russ: well yeah, I mean look at the way you had to dress.

Kiri: it was a little uncomfortable.

Russ: oh, all bound up and everything?

Kiri: uh-huh.

Russ: very uncomfortable.

Kiri: actually it was very, very uncomfortable at certain times.

Russ: yep, that I can see. Well thank you Kiri, thatís an impressive and interesting sideline I had not even thought of.

Kiri: and if you look at some of the statues, I become more and more masculine towards the end of my reign, I had to be.

Russ: well the beard was a good idea.

Kiri: well that was something that ended where very much only for state occasions.

Russ: oh, okay.

Kiri: and I had such beautiful hair early on as well. I had to learn to do away with that as well. Okay, I got to go and empty my bladderÖ.

Russ: okay.

Kiri: and deal with my urges.

Russ: enjoy and have fun and weíll talk to you next week.





(Tia now hands us over to Karra)


Russ: hi Tia.

(Tia says hi in Durondedunn)

Tia: okay, last speaker.

Russ: okay.

Tia: oops.




(Karra reflects on a past life of her own)


Karra: hello.

Russ: hello my love.

Karra: hi sweetie. OkayÖ.

Russ: interesting, your sisterís regression thereÖ

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: I had no idea.

Karra: it was something that I enjoyed hearing that.

Russ: well in one sense like I say it does explain a lot.

Karra: uh-huh. I see it more as a reward, reward and final tests.

Russ: hmm, have you gone through your past life pretty much?

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: on third?

Karra: yes.

Russ: and you got through your test obviously fine.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: similar challenges though?

Karra: yes.

Russ: hmm.

Karra: itís not always the way that your last past life youíre given a position of authority, sometimes itís a real easy past life. Itís just tying up loose ends, little loose ends. Sometimes itís great trauma, sometimes you have everything taken away and itís that giving up, you're not actually having things taken away, youíre giving them away.

Russ: so you learn from the ability to give on how to accept?

Karra: yes and itís the same with healing that you have to learn to give of yourself. When you heal you give of yourself. Any healer, whether they are practicing third dimensional medicine using scalpels or their mind or herbs give of themselves. They give of their heart for healing. Doctors, they give of themselves.

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: certainly they get rewarded very well financially but they give of themselves and thatís what healing is about is helping others and to help somebody you do give of yourself.

Russ: uh-huh. So part of yourself goes with each healing you might say?

Karra: yes, very much so. Certainly if itís not something that you have easy access to, learning the knowledge is rewarded sometimes fiscally, sometimes by a simple thank you, sometimes other ways but the healing process is the same regardless. There are certainly people that do it just for the fiscal reward but thatís not everything, thatís just not part of it for some people. Some people itís actually helping and the caring and all healers do care deeply about their patients.

Russ: well if you go into it as your financial reward, at some point youíre going to have to face the people youíre dealing with.

Karra: thatís correct.

Russ: and youíll have to make some decisions morally about how youíre going to deal with them.

Karra: uh-huh. Healing itself is very satisfactory that you take something that is sick and you make it better.
It doesn't matter if you're using as you say on your planet spiritual meansÖ

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: or physical means, what matters is that you tried to help and that you have succeeded. Of course you donít always succeed and you take those lessons and learn from them. For example, let us take a young lady that suffered from several forms of different cancer: cervical cancer, endometriosis, melanoma cancer and what we did for herÖ

(Ed note: a past guest, Carrie)

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: that was very, very rewarding and what we created was a healing program that not only healed her but made her feel wonderful as well. It gave her something that she thought she would never have the opportunity to have.

(a daughter)

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: now you have some very powerful healing tools that are starting to come back and Iím not referring to your own, Iím referring to your ones in your garden.

Russ: the herbs?

Karra: the herbs themselves, yes.

Russ: yeah, they are starting to make a comeback.

Karra: uh-huh and youíve got a lot of work to do to get it back even better than it was.

Russ: weíre doing the work.

Karra: oh yes you are.

Russ: we are doing the work, it's coming along so.....

Karra: my little sister made you two promise something a while back and she did the right thing. At the time I was shaking my head and going, "no donít do this Kiri" but Kiri sometimes sees things clearer than anybody including Tia.

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: and I think what she did was very brave, at the time I thought very foolish but I donít think so now.

Russ: well, Kiri always has an insight thatís rare and precious.

Karra: uh-huh. Sometimes she worries me when she does things that she seems to think of on the spur the moment. I envy her sometimes, her connectiveness to the spiritual world as well as the physical. From what I remember of my mother, sheís very much like my mother and then very much like my grandmother or our grandmother.

Russ: I would say the long association with your grandmother really's rubbed off.

Karra: she was always like that.

Russ: oh.

Karra: a little aloof as a little girl, she was always a little aloof, always in her own world at times where she would say some of the strangest of things, some of the damnedest of things but they always seemed to be the right thing later on, you know?

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: and even though sheís not a healer, it would help to heal and when our mother was very, very sick in her last year or two, she would often sit with our mother and say some of the damnedest of things. For example there was a time where she said, ďyouíll be gone soon and youíll be happy and we'll all be happyĒ. Allís I could think of was how wrong that could be to say something like that that we would be happy that sheís gone. But when it came time for her to go and it became to the point where we were cleaning her bed and we would have to clean her because she couldn't get out of bed and she would soil the bed and try not to soil the bed and then she finally passed away, it was, "Iím glad that sheís out of there". And I thought about what my sister said, even though sheís not a healer, she heals. Iím glad sheís not a healer, I donít think she could control the healing, coercive side.

Russ: yeah, itís a powerful war of two different directions.

Karra: uh-huh. I watch Bunny sometimes and she fights it, she fights it hard. They both war with each other. When she healed Leah and Lyka of their animosity towards each other, she paid a very dear price.

Russ: well we watched it big time in the channeling sessions.

Karra: uh-huh, she paid a very, very dear price and she blended the two together very well but she didnít protect herself. And thatís another thing with healing that you have to protect yourself.

Russ: well she almost healed like she didnít care, about herself I mean.

Karra: that was part of the problem, thatís what caused the problem was that she did the healing but she didnít care about protecting herself.

Russ: right, it was secondhand to the more important thing of actually completing the healing.

Karra: but who heals the healer if the healer harms themselves?

Russ: well, I donít think she was thinking that far ahead.

Karra: no she wasnít and thatís part of being young.

Russ: right.

Karra: she saw the opportunity to heal somebody, she knew both of them intimately, she knew both of them better than they knew themselves and she could make it better, she could make it better and she wanted to make it better.

Russ: well sheís come a long way.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: but like I say, with that past life, it really helps understand a lot.

Karra: oh, about my sister? Yes.

Russ: and Bunny too, Bunnyís got a lot of potential sheís going to discover as she goes along.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and she's still so young, sheís still got so much to go. I mean we're dealing with so many young people up there whoíve already done so much and have so much left to go.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: so itís really neat to be a part of that.

Karra: it is and itís young people. Out of all the people in channeling sessions, thereís only Bunny and Lyka and Tia that are younger than you. Kiriís olderÖ.

Russ: yeah I know but I mean in theÖ

Karra: Sirian side.

Russ: Sirian sense of young, I mean theyíre pretty young.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: I mean no, compared to me yeah, I already know what's going on there but yeah, in the Sirius sense they're very young and they have a lot left to go.

Karra: uh-huh oh yes.

Russ: so itís kind of interesting to see where that's all going to go to.

Karra: uh-huh. Hmm okay, we have what, 10 minutes?

Russ: about five.

Karra: about five. Okay, tell you what, Iím going to put on the last speaker.

Russ: okay.

Karra: there was actually going to be two more speakers, one that was supposed to go on before them........well where Kiri went on, unfortunately because of the lateness of the session he's sound asleep. Heís actually crashed out in Bunnyís tent.

Russ: understandable.

Karra: uh-huh. Okay, catch you again.

Russ: thank you my love.




(Tia hands off to the last speaker of the night)


(Tia says hi in Durondedunn)

Tia: okay, last speaker.

Russ: okay.

Tia: thatís why I went, oops.




(Bunny wraps up the channeling session)


Bunny: yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yoÖ..yo.

Russ: hi Bunny.

Bunny: yo.

Russ: lots of conversations about you tonight.

Bunny: uh-huh, so I hear, so I hear. Iíve been offered a job.

Russ: have you now?

Bunny: uh-huh, Iím going to take it.

Russ: well good for you.

Bunny: I donít like the idea of not being able to communicateÖ..

Russ: no.

Bunny: just being a witness and being programmed, I donít like that at all.

Russ: no. Hmm, youíll be a more like a tape recorder than you'll be most anything else.

Bunny: uh-huh but, I learn from itÖ

Russ: thatís true. 

Bunny: because I have all that information to look at whenever I want and to study it and to figure things out.

Russ: uh-huh.

Bunny: also I get to see this mysterious representative.

Russ: well, itís a rare opportunity, I'm glad you're taking it.

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: you'll certainly help out get this whole thing back on track again and I appreciate it.

Bunny: youíre welcome. Iíve never even seen her, Iíve asked around, I know of two people that have seen her and they wonít tell me. I could get it out of one of them but that wouldn't be appropriate.

Russ: no, Karra?

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: yeah.

Bunny: but now I get to see her, thatís one of the other reasons I took it.

Russ: well congratulations, I hope youíre up for the task my dear.

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: I know itís going to be tough on you.

Bunny: itís going to be fun.

Russ: well good.

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: youíre going to be on the base for a long time.

Bunny: oh, for a few years.

Russ: hmm.

Russ: so I understand your great, great, great, great, great, great uncle is sleeping in your tent todayÖ

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: oh gee.

Bunny: uh-huh, heís got his snake as a pillow and Lipidus on his chest although
Lipidus I don't think is going to be around much longer.

Russ: no?

Bunny: his whiskers are drooping and his ears are long and floppy.

Russ: getting up there in rabbit years huh?

Bunny: uh-huh. It only seems like the first time that I arrived that he was in his prime. Fortunately,
Lipidus has....there's Lipidus junior, Lipidus, Junior, Junior, Junior, Junior, Junior, Junior, Junior.

Russ: heís being a typical rabbit.

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: well good, plenty of people to keep him company then.

Bunny: oh yeah.

Russ: well excellent. So how have you been doing, have your studies been going well?

Bunny: I have been actually distracted this week.

Russ: why, whatís up?

Bunny: well you heard about the intern meetingÖ.

Russ: uh-huh.

Bunny: there was a guy and a girl that were very much appealing to my more baser instincts.

Russ: hmm?

Bunny: so we had some fun for a day.

Russ: well good.

Bunny: uh-huh and then I had each of them again the following afternoon separately.

Russ: excellent.

Bunny: uh-huh. So Iíve been a little distracted this week.

Russ: well still, youíre in much better form than you were last week, Iím very happy to see that.

Bunny: you.....thatís fun, thatís mutual fun.

Russ: that's up there, down here, people have a weird sense about this stuff. Thatís why I donít see howÖÖ..this must be a great training ground to get to sixth dimension because you have to be able to transcend all the physical, mental and spiritual morals that go along with third dimensional earth.

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: itís very difficult.

Bunny: I donít think so. I mean youíve got to understand that sex is sex. Cats have sex, dogs have sex, birds have sex, fish have sex, everybody is having sex, even single-celled organisms are having sex so whatís so big about that?

Russ: well they don't call it sex, they call it procreation.

Bunny: uh-huh?

Russ: well, only the human species calls it sex.

Bunny: how do you know what cats call it?

Russ: I canít see them calling it sex. Iíll have to ask Tia about that one sometime.

Bunny: hmm, you might. But sex, whatís the big deal about it?

Russ: well now youíve had bond mates havenít you?

Bunny: in the past lives yes.

Russ: what about this life?

Bunny: Iím hardly old enough Russ.

Russ: oh please, I mean yeah youíre not old enough but youíve have deep, spiritual and physical relationships donít you?

Bunny: not yet.

Russ: really?

Bunny: mainly becauseÖ.

Russ: that surprises me actually.

Bunny: why?

Russ: well because out of everybody I know, you have the most opportunity for such. Youíre more open and willing toÖ..

Bunny: let somebody enter me?

Russ: or just go met somebody. Even if itís not for sex, youíre willing to go walk up to somebody at a table, you're willing to just say, "hi, how you doing?"

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: and a lot of people are more shy than that. You have to admit, even on sixth dimension, people are more shy than that.

Bunny: thatís because Iím not sane.

Russ: oh please, there we go with that sane thing again. What's not sane about being open-minded and openhearted with people?

Bunny: would you walk up to a total stranger and say, ďhi, how you doing?Ē

Russ: happens all the time down here. Would I do it?

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: yeah, Iíve done it before.

Bunny: yeah but you're usually after something.

Russ: well yeah.

Bunny: Iím not.

Russ: oh.

Bunny: doesnít matter if I have sex with them or not.

Russ: hmm.

Bunny: Iíve had more partners than the one that you used to have here, both male and female.
 
Russ: right. Yeah, which is why I would wonder why it never turned into anything a little more serious?

Bunny: because thereís not the connectiveness there.

Russ: out of all those people, you didn't find anyone with that
connectiveness?

Bunny: you donít know what I mean by that
connectiveness.

Russ: well probably it's a sixth dimensional
connectiveness youíre talking about I canít comprehend.

Bunny: yes. It is a linking not only of bodies but of minds too and itís more than just the sharing of the experience, itís something that accelerates my response. It stops me from controlling my muscles.

Russ: yeah but you havenít had that experience, how do you know what the difference is? How can you compare it?

Bunny: because I can think back on my past lives.

Russ: youíre not old enough to.

Bunny: how many times have you've got to be told that super operants are almost likeÖÖÖsub-super operants are almost like super operants? They have access to their past lives from the get-go, so do we.

Russ: oh, wellÖ

Bunny: some of us do anyway.

Russ: I was going to say, I donít think itís a 100%.

Bunny: no itís not and the unfortunate thing is the more off-center you are, the more unbalanced you are, the easier the access is to the past life.

Russ: oh.

Bunny: my psycho mother's sister has full access, I have about 80% access......

Russ: hmm.

Bunny: and from past lives I can tell you that those special ones, I lose that control, that muscle control that I have.

Russ: really?

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: are you looking forward to that now in this life then?

Bunny: uh-huh. I know what happens, I donít know the feeling.

Russ: okay.

Bunny: I havenít found that yet.

Russ: hmm, well all the best to you.....

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: I do look forward to hearing when you do find that.

Bunny: thatís why Iíve got to sample everything.

(that gets Russ laughing)

Russ: well admittedly, youíve got more chances than anybody else that I know of to get that final
connectiveness. What happens when you do though? I mean I know youíre not going to swear off sex, youíll still enjoy it much as anybodyÖ..

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: but are you going to haveÖ..?

Bunny: am I going to become into a monogamous relationship? Very unlikely.

Russ: very unlikely, youíre right.

Bunny: uh-huh because I do enjoy sex.

Bunny: I like silk.

Russ: these the ones that Kiri got you?

Bunny: no, they're my own.

Russ: oh.

Bunny: I won't tell you how I got them.

Russ: these are from Earth arenít they?

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: if I remember the story?

Bunny: itís a different set.

Russ: oh a different set?

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: hmm, well good deal.

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: no silkworms on Hades Base?

Bunny: not on Hades Base no, earth silkís highly prized you know.

Russ: oh.

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: that's good to know then.

Bunny: it was definitely worth getting down for.

Russ: okay.

Bunny: anyway, where was I? Sex, sex, sex, sex....sex.

Russ: sanity and sex.

Bunny: sanity and sex, you got to be a little insane to do some of things that I enjoy.

Russ: yeah but at the same time it is something you enjoy....

Bunny: uh-huh.

Russ: so you do have fun and whoís to say that thatís right or being sane and not having fun is any better?

Bunny: if ever I have my mind fixed and I learn not to blab, then I wonít be me......

Russ: thatís right.

Bunny: because my insanity is part of who I am.

Russ: and it's at best a mild insanity, one thatís quite acceptable.

Bunny: for the time being. Put it this way, I wonítÖ..my intelligence will grow, my body will finish growing but my maturity wonít.

Russ: well youíve already impressed Omal more than Iíve heard him be impressed with most people.

Bunny: thatís part of my insanity, having shields that strong.

Russ: is that what that is?

Bunny: itís also growing up with the family that I grew up with.

Russ: true.


THE TAPE ENDS


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