Tia’s Tirade and the Flavor of Life- Part 1

April 1st, 2021

Greetings in love, light, and wisdom as one. 


April's channeling session brings a new record with it, twelve speakers within the first two minutes. It is due to a recent Renaissance fair where a fencing tournament was held between the various guilds. I was part of a guild and was able to come away with the win after defeating the other challengers. The base monitored the event for replay later which gave them the ability to view my aura throughout the matches. Those speaking that night were joined by the children of Mark and me to wish me congratulations on the win. The other highlights of side one was Tia going on a tirade over the environmental damage humans do to the planet. If what she was seeing in the 90s made her that upset, today's condition of our world hasn't improved much since then. Omal is inspired by Tia to give an excellent dissertation on teamwork that provides ideas anyone would find useful in taking on the Earth's problems. Wing Commander Taal gets us through to side two with the news he would be ending his tour on the base five years from that day. At least on side two, we get an incredible addition for the webpage with his take on maintaining his peace of mind in a war zone. It's a poignant look at the life of a pilot and something few others could also feel without the threat of death always being a distinct possibility with every mission. Karra covers cleanliness and confidence in healing while her sister goes over cell phones and kids. One bonus? She promises to design some serious tech for us someday. Finally, Leah fills us in on her sister's first days at Sirius State College and how she learned the hard way the lasers they use can put holes in a person if they are not careful. Now, on to a more detailed summary.


Tia and many of those who have spoken previously in channeling sessions congratulates me on a win in a fencing tournament so we get the very unusual moment of a lot of people speaking in a very short time. Following that, Tia paints a picture of a white house in a state of crisis about a telephone call made by Al Gore we know now would turn out to be a non-issue in the end. It is what she gets into next that really sets her off. Malaysia's deforestation and California fires have got her so upset that we see an emotional reaction that she rarely expresses so vehemently. Being third dimensional, her reaction is one we can relate well to and it is inspiring that someone over eight light-years away can care so deeply about someone else's planet. Omal comes on after Tia to explains her passionate outburst which gets us a change of topics in his planned dissertation. Taking on our world's problems, he provides an answer for those wanting to make difference in working together as teams to get their voices heard. It's a valuable lesson for a startup company or anyone wanting some organizational advice. Wing Commander Taal is our first guest speaker and he explains that it's been rough trying to keep up with the newly arrived pilot we know as the Baron. He also shares some bad news that his tour of duty would be coming to an end in five years from then. The tape ends for the side but not his talking which gets really deep on the next side.


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The sessions lasted from 1992 to 2001 with this one being taped on 10/21/1997. Side one includes: 


1.)(0:00)- Tia and the entire gang on the base congratulate me on winning a fencing tournament and then goes on a tirade after getting emotionally upset over the callous destruction of the environment she sees. 


2.)(24:20)- Omal explains Tia's passion over a world she doesn't live on before changing his topic to provide a simple solution for all the world's environmental problems. The answer? It's all about teamwork. 


3.)(40:02)- Wing Commander Taal comes on to say how hard it has been keeping up with the Baron who is now part of the squadron and lets us know his tour on the base is scheduled to end in five years.

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