Survival of the Smartest- Part 1

April 1st, 2020

Greetings in love, light, and wisdom as one. 


  It never ceases to amaze me that with these channeling sessions being chosen at random, more often than not they fit well with the previous ones that included the relevant information. This channeling session of April is different though a better session could not have been chosen for moment. The title, as you will hear, was provided by Karra as it reflects the theme carried out through each of the speakers. From Omal to Kiri, we discuss preparations handy for just such an occasion as the pandemic being experienced globally. This is one of those times where the preparations discussed are overblown due to a fear that turns out to be nothing but not this time. This time things are real and the information provided will probably not work in most situations so adjustments would have to be made for the location of the listener. When this was recorded over twenty years ago it was for a house at 6,500 feet and apparently during the winter. Hearing it now, the preparations being discussed are embarrassingly inadequate for what would even a mild crisis would require. Nonetheless, it's never too late to start until it is so we hope the following podcast provides useful information that can be combined with the information on survival preparations from previous channeling sessions. Now on to the summary.


  Though rare, our channeling sessions were not without our recording errors and this month was just such a case. Either only play was pushed or someone forgot to hit record, we lost about ten minutes of a sixty minutes of taping where both Tia and Omal had already been talking. We begin in the middle of Omal's discussion on the storage of provisions in the event of the breakdown of society. As we discuss the building of an atrium you will hear about the talk of pogs. Pogs were part of an employee award system Heavenly ski resort had at the time where both Mark and myself were employed. Pogs, which were about the size of a poker chip, was a game craze of the 90s and several companies tied in their award system to the fad. Heavenly was no exception and the pogs they used were valuable to those trying to earn them. What time Omal does have with us is used to explore various ways we could prepare the habitation Mark and I shared for most eventualities. We had then recently had a greenhouse in the yard suffer structural damage and so we explored a way to building instead on the deck. With Karra adding input telepathically to Omal, a few options became available to both prepare for the worst and increase the value of the house in the process. Speaking of Karra, she is the next speaker and now comes on to add her suggestions in person. Karra focuses more on food and nutrition in her conversation and what would be needed to survive on should access to food staples be unavailable. At one point she reflects back on her time as a little girl of seven being stuck in the family cabin during a snowstorm. The story's value to us is that she remembers the peat that would be burnt to keep the fire lit and the pleasant smell that it produced. Should the need arrive, she reminds me of a nearby field that may be a source that could be utilized. Between the pine nuts and pine needles, a mountain environment provides plenty of resources to fall back on in nature should the need arise. A best-case scenario is that there is never a need.


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The sessions lasted from 1992 to 2001 with this one being taped on 02/11/97. Side one includes: 


1.)(0:00)- Omal goes over some ideas he has on how to get our place of residence ready for a possible breakdown of society. We mostly focus on a greenhouse and creating some decking to add to our defense.


2.)(10:51)- Karra gets into the nutritional needs of getting through a crisis such as gathering nuts as a protein substitute. She has some ideas on an alternative fuel source found in nature like peat.

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