Omal on Current and Future Events

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GUESTS IN ATTENDANCE; RUSS AND JOHN
Russ: Hi Omal. And how is it functioning?
Omal: Real well, and yourself? R: Oh, I cannot grumble.
Omal: Okay down to business, I think you have questions.
R: Hmm mm.
Omal: Okay weíll talk in no particular order.
R: Okay, fair enough.
R: Iíd like to get a spelling of your name, you know for access search on the on-line. I got it Omal, but I could be wrong.
Omal: That sounds correct, there are several different spellings of my name. But that is the most commonly used.
John: Would you give Russ the other most common spelling of your name just for cross references, please?
Omal: Omel.
Jo: Thank you. Iím real curious about this huge oil spill off the coast of Wales and the environmental impact and I just get this sinking feeling, this is kind of a combination question, There seems like there are going to be a lot of these types of things coming and happening, am I correct?
Omal: There is a lot going on at the moment. For example, there is a breakdown in the peace process in Palestine.
Jo: Yes, correct.
Omal: There is a breakdown in the peace process in Ireland. There is a breakdown in the peace process in Bosnia.
Jo: Yes.
Omal: There is a breakdown in the peace process in a couple of African states.
Jo: Yes.
Omal: Also, in other parts of the world.
Jo: Well Cuba just shot down two of our civilian planes and right now it looks like we could go to war with Cuba and itís very, very volatile situation....Weíre talking about Stage 1 in the past, uh, I mean things seem to be escalating and at the same time our economic situation seems to be escalating and Clinton is going to get re-elected and, I donít know, it seems like this is happening too fast, you know what I mean?
Omal: It is happening at a rather rapid speed but it does fit in very well with Tiaís predictions and the information she has been able to gather and correlate and work with. She has established very fine line that seems to be perfect with what is occurring at this point.
Jo: Okay, but from our standpoint, since weíre here, I mean are we taking the correct route in what we are doing as far as covering our asses?
Omal: Yes. You are preparing very nicely, not exactly as one would wish, but a lot faster than one would expect from time to time.
Jo: Should we speed things up? Or am I just being apprehensive?
Omal: It is understandable for you to be apprehensive and knowing whatís going to happen and seeing these events occur is, it is better to be prepared than not to be prepared. It is your own choice of which speed you progress.
Jo: Thank you.
Omal: Your welcome.
Jo: Now can we move on to on-line questions with Russ?
Omal: Iím going to save that for our computer expert.
Jo: Okay.
R: Uh, magic and us and what is going on with you. What does that all come into the picture and where are we going with it?
Omal: Define magic. I have approximately a dozen different references I can think of.
R: Oh for example Markís work with Diana and Kern and .......
Omal: I believe that should be documented and supplemented with an H.
R: Right. I learned from a different teacher.
R: Diana and Hern and it seems like we are blending past and futures to come up with a sort of amalgamation of the present. Omal: Yes, often the future and the present do have a blending of the past. For example, we have the present with the blending of very ancient equipment using very modern equipment which is switched on, am I correct?
R: Double checking and a "rock and rollin."
Omal: So you have both past and present being used for the future.
Jo: You betcha. And we should use all of our technology to our mutual advantage, am I correct?
Omal: Certainly.
Jo: Both ancient and recent technology should be combined.
Omal: Very much so.
Jo: Thatís why weíre here.
Omal: That is correct.
Jo: Thank you.
R: How do we bring in where Diana into our most advantageous state to this point.
Omal: Mark is very protective over that .... It would be best to discuss it with him in person.
R: Okay.
Omal: Iím sure that with a little bit of prodding he may open up, but then again itís hard to say. He seems to have some heavy mental barriers that we been ........ They seem to be deeply ingrained and very active when pushed from that particular area.
R: Well Iíll leave the agenda on that one.
R: One of the things that I wanted to talk to you about that Iíll be talking to Kiri about later is channeling on-line in the future. I donít know if itís been done or if its been going on now, but Iím wondering if some point in the future, if it hasnít been done, if we could do something world shaking, you might say.
Omal: Oh you mean direct access and intervention by Tia from our dimension to your dimension.
R: Right. Well I mean, well actually this would be Kiri in conjunction with Tia channeling from my computer at work to other people who are on-line who are interested in learning more.
Omal: I think that Kiri and Tia would have to get used to your keyboard before they would be able to channel directly.
R: Okay.
Jo: Excuse me. Is there a security risk with Russ attempting such a thing.
Omal: Yes and no. Yes in the fact that it would be a reference point, for us it would be minimal. For you it would be higher risk than for us.
Jo: Okay, now I want to use caution, intelligent caution.
Omal: Sometimes caution can be not very useful. For example, take an historical event where caution was used and was very costly. I believe Anzio where your American forces landed and sat on the beach for approximately a week amassing a lot of equipment and they were promptly chewed to pieces when they tried to go inland to Italy........
Jo: Okay, excuse me, so we should be "balls to the walls" and just do it?
Omal: No, uhm. It is ...
Jo: arms, munitions, just everything just "balls to the walls" or what?
Omal: I wouldnít say going flat out, I would say that caution is necessary. But you can also be working quickly and cautious at the same time. It depends on the situation that you are in at the particular time. One month or one week it could be necessary to be cautious and the following week it could be necessary to be as quick as possible to amass as much equipment as possible. So it is necessary to use both and analyze each situation carefully before advancing into it.
R: The key is to weigh the risk.
Omal: Correct.
Jo: Thank you. That is very much what I wanted to hear.
R: Well, when I did some research on-line about Ashtar,..
Omal: Yes, it is old information.
R: Iím not sure, there werenít any dates on that thing.
Omal: No, it is rehashes and discussions on what was. Unfortunately the Sedona area is starting to be corrupted and there is people moving in who are longer interested in the goodness and the exchange of information. They are more interested in "Whatís in it for me."......the increase in psychic readings, people that were there to make money for themselves selling crystals for personal gain, no longer family camaraderie of the area that there once was when you were there Russ, from when we used to channel a lot from there.
R: Right.
Omal: The group in Sedona that was there is breaking up and is more self-centered where "how can I do this," "how can I do that," not with asking questions on advancement, theyíre more concerned with how to deal with matters of a personal nature which I find myself very irritating at times but I have to sit down and hold somebodyís hand to bring them through a trivial crisis.
Jo: Can I ask you about the fragment of Truth that was left in Sedona before I left which would be Gina, Peter, Tom and Sue?
Omal: Yes, a very small fragment that is going to get harder to get a hold of feeling.
Jo: Everyone is leaving.
Omal: That is because it is breaking down. They will tell you that it has become corrupted with, I believe you would call, money grabbers.
Jo: Oh yea that was happening long before I left and while I was leaving. That was one of the biggest reasons why I left. Omal: It is still growing and the people that are looking for the Truth are moving away. They are searchers, as was the young lady visiting from the continent below, whoís a searcher. And they go where they think it is advantageous for them to learn.
Jo: Okay, now Pete and Gina who are very close to me and very much spiritually intunedÖÖÖ.
Omal: When are they arriving?
Jo: Theyíll be coming through here and they are going to Idaho and they really feel that their sanctuary is in Idaho. How do you feel about that, about strategic placement whether Iím here in Tahoe or Idaho or my camp in New York or my place in Arizona?
Omal: Every possibility must be analyzed and looked at. It may be necessary to retreat to Arizona but in a very devious sort of way. By going the most indirect route might be the most direct. Instead of going directly to Arizona, it may be advantageous to go to New York and then back track. And there are things in New York that are easier to get there than there are in Arizona. So it would be advantageous to do a back track or you may find it easier to go to Idaho before retreating to Arizona or visa versa, Arizona before retreating to the east. So you have to have more than one line of escape planned or it may be necessary to drag people from both places, those connections to a central point.
Jo: And, out of all the places Iíve mentioned, can you give me any insight which would be a good central point?
Omal: Well, Idaho has itís advantages of being a good central rendezvous point for all parties from all parts of the country. Arizona has itís advantages because of the caverns that are located in that area. New York has itís advantages because it is a easy access seaport to retrieve even further if necessary and Lake Tahoe is a natural fortress. All you have to do is have a lot of explosives and you have an impassable area.
Jo: So, weíve pretty much covered the United States.
Omal: Every place has itís ....
Jo: You know what I mean? I guess itís just up to me.
Omal: Yes, that is what I am saying.
Jo: Where I go and what I do.
Omal: Everything has itís advantages. And each situation has a particular area which would be advantageous to retreat to. If you stay in the same location, that in itself may be advantageous to have an area to retreat back to. Letís say, for example, you decide to retreat to your family.
Jo: Yes.
Omal: You arrive there. The situation in the East gets very bad very quickly. You gather your family and you retreat to Idaho.
Jo: No, no, weíd go to our new land. Yes, excuse me.
Omal: The situation in the East gets very bad, rioting on a daily basis. Mass migration ushers the occupants of the cities into the countryside. Defending your property being very costly in not only munitions but in life, you decide to retreat away from that area cutting your losses and retreating to your friends in Idaho.
Jo: Okay.
R: Heís just using a hypothetical situation. If the East became an unviable safety zone.
Jo: So we would retreat hypothetically from ....
Omal: from one place to another.
Jo: from our new land to Idaho.
Omal: Somewhere along the line.
R: If this place would become hypothetically unviable with the place as a refuge.
Omal: When you plan a battle, you have to plan for every eventuality, you have to plan for how far you wish to advance, if the advance is going to be easy or hard. Or even if you have to retreat, you have to plan every possible avenue. If you do not consider the idea of retreat, then you are cutting off an option that may save your life. So it is necessary to plan for everything. You have to plan a very, very wide area. The plans that you make with your family are very good. You must keep on with those. But you must also plan for the worst. If you do not plan for the worst, then you are cutting off a very useful learning tool and something that may be needed. When you plan for the worst, you have to look at the worst case scenario. And when you look at the worse case scenario, you make it even worse. You think of everything that can go wrong. And I do mean everything. Even Earth changes, even volcanic activity, even nuclear strike. So itís necessary to plan for everything accordingly. Okay, next question.
R: Whether you can answer this, Iím not sure. Ashtarís visit, whether that would be regarding us or have an effect on us .... Omal: He intends no effect whatsoever but it will be useful task and concern.
R: Is he here?
Omal: Yes.
R: Very well.
Omal: Okay, last question from each of you. Johnny?
Jo: When I moved to Lake Tahoe and itís been very good for me. And Iím not sure to the extent of my sabbatical or training with Mark and Russ. Iím not sure how far this is going to go. I donít know if they either going to travel with me back East or if weíre going to be here, but Iím assuming Iím on the right path.
Omal: Yes, you are on the path of learning and preparation and anything eaten, if it is really bad, does serve a function of being a learning lesson. And, as I speak of the past, it is not something to relish, it is something to live through and be able to pass on the knowledge that you have learned. The pioneers of your country suffered greatly, but yet out of that suffering came a country with infinite possibilities, not all good and not all bad. There are infinite possibilities for it to go and infinite possibilities of where it has gone. So, the struggle is necessary for the advancement of your race. I do not say struggle in the sake of struggle for itself, but if it comes then it must be dealt with. And in turn, those that survive do improve the culture. Okay, Russ?
R: The scenario that you painted would make an excellent computer game called "Collapse," in which the America collapses financially and you must go to various places in the country to pick up certain items that you canít get other places to take them back to certain places to make your refuge. Iím going to have to get together with someone here and work on that, what do you think?
Omal: If you wish.
R: Itís an idea.
Omal: Okay.
R: Thank you Omal.
Omal: Your welcome.
Jo: Thank you so much.
Omal: Live long, prosper and Iíll see you guys later.
Jo: See you around.


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