(Tia's boisterous mood
gets the channeling session started.)
how you doing tonight?
Tia: I can smell something burning.
Oh sorry is that your brain Skip?
(Skip starts laughing.)
Skip: you be nice.
Tia: I am being nice…..
Skip: no you’re not.
Tia: I could say other things about
Skip: you just never mind now, like
I said, be nice........
(Tia growls a bit in fun.)
Skip: or I’ll get you.
Shane: that was fun.
Skip: you don’t want me to get you.
Tia: ohhhh, I’ve got retractable
claws and besides, anything that you do to
Mark’s body doesn’t affect me.
Skip: I know that.
Shane: well grandpa can
say some pretty funny stuff when he gets
Tia: sticks and stones may break my
bones but worms will never hurt me. So, okay,
where do I start?
Skip: I don’t know, where do you
want to start tonight?
Tia: where do you think I should
Russ: I think you should start with
our weird stock market lately.
Tia: yes, yes, yes, weird stock
market hmmm, why is it doing what it’s doing?
Well it’s fluctuating up and down, up and down.
Now first of all point of interest, there has
never been a crash in the summer or the spring,
it always happens in the fall or early winter.
To look at why your stock market is doing what
it’s doing is to look at external influences.
For example, let us look in Asia. Well the
Japanese market is doing some very interesting
things. The actual one that’s doing some very
weird dropping is the Hang Seng in Hong Kong. I
seem to remember at the start of the year it was
at around 10,000. At the moment it is
in the mid 7,000's. That is approximately a
quarter of its value, 25%, history,
gone....poof. Of course it was also highly
overvalued as well. The Japanese market is also
doing some wild fluctuations. They’re
trying to enact certain fiscal problems……..enact
certain fiscal policies to counter fiscal
problems which can be traced right back to the
mid to late 80's when they
went through their phase of buying everything,
everything and anything. Now looking at those
two markets you can see a certain effect
occurring because as you track across the globe
from where the Asian flu……..let’s call it the
Asian flu as that seems to be a good catchphrase
and one that I heard the other day………the Asian
flu starts in Asia, it is now affecting the
European markets and from time to time your
market. Now if a market can
lose 25% of its value in less than seven months,
what does that hold for your
market that is already lost……well
actually it gained back some of its loss………it
had lost 10% of its value, it’s now 9%? It’s
only 15% to go……well 16% to go
until it has lost a quarter of its value or a
quarter of what it has made which
would be about 2,500 points. It’s already lost
at one point 800 points on its value. So what is
going on? Well, there is numerous factors
contributing to this problem, not least is wild
spending. Investing in other countries where
the currencies are shaky. Now, the ruble in
Russia has been devalued, symptom of the Asian
flu. The fact that investors rushed into the
Soviet……the former Soviet Union after there was
problems in Asia and pulled out and they helped
to depress the markets in Asia. In turn, they’re
now depressing the markets in Eastern Europe.
It’s only a matter of time before they start to
pull out of markets in Europe. Once this happens
there is only one market left or one major,
major market left that the investors have left
go. My opinion is that the market will climb
again. It won’t
get up to 9,300 mark where it held its record
but it will climb again until late in the autumn
or the fall. Then is the time to watch, people
are already talking about that the bull market
is turning to a bear market, these rumors are
spreading. Now, if there is signs
of inflation, the Federal Reserve will increase
the interest rate which will help to depress the
market further. Okay, that’s the market, that’s
what's happening from Wall
Street to Hades Base. Okay let’s move along.
Yes, Bill Clinton. Okay let’s go over some
interesting points. First of all, a convicted
felon cannot serve as president of the United
States, is that correct?
Tia: secondly, if President
Russ: a convicted felon can’t run
for president of the United States.
Tia: and he cannot serve as
president either. Now, with the admission of the
affair……the improper affair with Monica
Lewinsky, he is admitting he committed perjury.
Perjury is a felony when you lie to a
governmental official regardless of who you are,
that’s a felony. Which
means that President Clinton is an admitted
felon. If he is tried whilst in office as an
admitted felon, they don’t need to do
Skip: well I thought that was
already in the works?
Tia: it’s a possibility, nobody has
decided whether or not they’re going to impeach
Skip: I keep hearing rumors of it.
Tia: that’s all they are, rumors and
Skip: there was a couple of
predictions by different psychics more or less….
Skip: that August 24th will be the
cap on this thing.
Tia: maybe, maybe not. If they get
51% of both houses to say that he should be
impeached, then he will be impeached.
Tia: 50%? Uh-uh, it’s
got to be a majority, even a 1% majority.
Skip: yeah, it’s still got to be a
Shane: majority rules.
Tia: correct. I believe in your……no
it’s not constitution, it was……I can’t remember
who it was, it was one of the founding fathers
said that the inalienable right of the majority
in all cases must be accepted. However, the
majority must also allow the individual to
Skip: that’s in the Bill of Rights.
Tia: the inalienable right of the
individual must not be suppressed by whatever….
Skip: that’s in other words.
Tia: it is? It’s not my planet.
Tia: but with the admission that he
has committed a felony, I have reason to believe
that he is going for the lesser of the other
possible things that he’s done. That he has been
involved with, the other shady deals.
Skip: okay in other words he’s
taking the lesser of two evil roads.
Tia: more evil roads actually.
Tia: so, with his action and his
speech last night to the people United States
which was part truth, part
distortion of truth which is almost lying and
out right, bald face attack on somebody
that is doing their job, I think
it was a very, very poor speech. Very poorly
written, very poorly done, very poorly timed.
Okay we got questions before I get on a tirade?
Russ: yeah, as far as the market's
Russ: if I put in a thousand dollars
in the market, the market drops by a point I
lose my thousand dollars, where does the
thousand dollars go?
Russ: what do you mean it
disappears? How does it disappear, where does
it go to? Somebody’s got a
thousand dollars right?
Tia: no, it’s like if you buy a
car……let’s say you buy a car that’s worth a
Tia: right? And depreciation
of that car is one dollar a day
right? In a thousand days that means that that
car is worth nothing. Where did your thousand
Russ: well it went to whoever wants
to buy it for a thousand dollars.
Russ: if I can’t find anybody who
wants to buy for a thousand dollars, then
I can’t quite sell it.
Tia: that’s correct, you can’t turn
around and sell it.
Russ: but I still hold onto that
car, the car is still there.
Russ: but if my stock drops off the
Tia: you still have the piece of
Russ: so the stock comes back up
Russ: then it’s worth something.
Tia: correct, unless of course the
company that owns that stock ceases to be. Next
Russ: I’m still trying to grasp the
concept of stocks and losing money like that.
Skip: well you’re invested into a
company and what you get in return for your
investment is a piece of paper that says you
invested so much money.
Russ: yeah the company’s getting my
Skip: do what?
Russ: did the company
get my money?
Skip: no, well yeah they do…..
Skip: they do, yeah you’re
Tia: yes they do.
Skip: they do get your money but
what happens if…..let me see
if I can give you a for example. Say
I’m in business and I set up a stock exchange
invested into my business.
Skip: I get
a 100 people to invest $1,000, that’s $100,000.
Skip: my business goes
to the point of where it’s costing me more to
operate it than I'm making
profit out of it. My
business goes belly up and I go bankrupt,
the people lose all their money.
They got the piece of paper
but they still lose all their money.
Russ: yeah, so the money does go
somewhere, it goes to the business.
Russ: oh that’s okay.
Skip: yeah but if the business does
not profit then you do not see any
return on your money.
Tia: you’ve got to remember that
running costs and everything have to be taken
Can somebody find out what that
feline is into?
Russ: I'll check it
Tia: you have
Skip: I don’t think so darling.
Tia: why not?
Skip: well, I got questions but you
can’t answer them.
Tia: oh, you’ve got them for……
Skip: yeah right.
Tia: Miss Steel
Tia: full metal jacket.
Skip: yeah something like that.
Tia: something like that.
Skip: yeah, but you can’t answer the
questions I have.
Tia: (blows a raspberry.)
Skip: they're two
Tia: okay, okay.
Skip: so I don’t even voice them.
Skip: because I don’t want to get
you in trouble.
Tia: I’m always in trouble.
Skip: no you aint.
Tia: okay Russ, question?
(Says goodbye in Durondodunn.)
settles in for what will a long time speaking.)
Omal: greetings and felicitations, it looks we
are minus Russ.
Russ: I’ll be right there.
Omal: he will be right here.
Skip: good evening Omal.
Omal: greetings Skip, greetings
young man and greetings the absent Russ.
Omal: that is supposed to be little
louder, shall we redo that?
Omal: thank you.
Russ: greetings Omal.
Omal: okay let us go over a few of
Tia’s points. Tia as always is being very clever
in her wording. If you listen carefully to what
she said she says a lot but, and wisely and
rightly so at this time, she also
says if you listen to what she says very little.
The Bill Clinton part of her communique
is all her opinion although there are facts
concerning the legal ramifications of the
admission of guilt. The admission of guilt being
that he lied. It is not that he
had an improper relationship, it was not even
called an affair or a sexual interaction, it was
an improper relationship which is not an
admission of having a sexual relationship. So in
actual fact he did not admit to anything, he
just admitted that he had an improper
relationship but what is the definition of an
Shane: cheating, not being faithful.
Omal: no, anything can be an
improper relationship. In the case of the
president of your country, being friendly with a
drug dealer could be an improper relationship.
Being friendly with a known
special agent of a foreign government
could be an improper relationship. Being too
friendly with a foreign national could be an
improper relationship. So it is
not an admission of having relationship of a
sexual nature with the young lady, it is just a
an admission that it was not appropriate for him
to be friendly with Monica Lewinsky. Now what
about those people around him? Let us look at
his wife, Hillary, is she upset?
Omal: yes, very much so. Why is she
upset? Because he had an improper relationship
with Ms. Lewinsky? No, because he was caught
lying. A situation occurred that they thought
and hoped would never happen. So what is going
on there? What is the problem? Well the problem
is not that he had a sexual relationship but the
fact that he committed a felony by lying, by
omitting not tell the truth. A very dangerous
situation. But, something
that Tia omitted and is worth looking at, is for
the last seven months your country has been
watching this soap opera, this entertainment.
But what’s been happening to the economy? Well
the economy is doing very well, why?
Because your government has not been able to
enact policies because it has been
hamstrung by the investigation. So what does
this tell us? This tells us that with a
government not interfering, the economy goes
really well. Whenever Greenspan,
who is a member of the government makes a
comment one way or the other,
the stock market goes wild. It either climbs
rapidly as it did today or it plummets. What
does this say? This says that when the
government makes an announcement that is
relating to the economy, to the stock market, to
the state of the nation, it does affect the
stock market regardless of what people believe.
Policies that are enacted affect the economy
also however, unlike comments that are made and
threats of increasing the lending rate, it takes
longer and I believe Tia said up to four years.
Research has shown us that it is
anywhere from four years to seven years
depending on what policies are enacted and how
they are constructed. I also understand from one
of our analysts that the deficit in trade is at
the largest it has ever been, not the largest I
stand corrected, it
is near the largest deficit in your country’s
history. For a government that said when it
was elected that it would reduce the deficit,
this strikes as a
very strange behavioral pattern. Another
comment that was made and does anyone recall
this? That the
new administration at the time in 1992 said it
would have the most ethical administration in
history. Well we now have the most investigated
administration in history. I think something
went awry there. These things tie in with Tia’s
predictions. Tia’s predictions were made
approximately 3 ½ to 4 years ago, the majority
of them are starting to bear fruition, they are
coming to the forefront. Now, what does the
future hold? Well, things are definitely coming
to an end
of a cycle. Within the next
two years, things are going to happen good or
bad, they will happen. I’m not going to
speculate at this time what they are as I will
be breaking my own rules about releasing
information before they have been approved and
analyzed. All's I can say is that some of it
looks very good and some of it looks very bad.
Okay, do we have questions?
Russ: yeah most of what I was
reading today on the pyramids
of Giza and how our future is
actually written within the architecture of the
Russ: how does that fit in with what
Tia has predicted and what we’re looking at in
Omal: hate to disappoint you but the
written in predictions are predicted by people,
they’re not built in to the pyramids.
Omal: they are
by people that have looked
at the pyramids and said these are
not natural, they were not made by people from
your planet, they were made by space aliens
Shane: I have a question.
Omal: one second……which
is accurate and inaccurate. It is like saying
that the Empire State building was built by
Native Americans. That is inaccurate,
it was built by Americans that had moved from
another country or a better way to put it is
that the World Trade Center was made by
Europeans, that is accurate and inaccurate. The
descendants of settlers from Europe made the World
not the Europeans. So by saying that space
aliens made the pyramids
and thus encoded the future in
it is inaccurate, it was made by people that
were born on your planet
from plans from other sources. Shane.
Shane: okay you know how you said
Shane: okay, aliens living out in
outer space still refer to the aliens then?
Omal: yes, next question.
Skip: I have a question young man.
Omal: oh thank you.
Skip: the pyramids
in Egypt, okay I’m talking about the most
Skip: were coated on the outside with
stone with hieroglyphics on them.
Skip: since the passing of time, they
have eroded all of that or 99% of the
hieroglyphics from the outside of them pyramids……
Skip: is there anyway
that they can ever, ever be
recapped or re……..
Skip: recovered or...?
Omal: certainly, the same way they
were covered initially however, to be able to
put the exact copy of what was on the pyramids
is not impossible but it’s extremely hard.
Skip: it’d be probably improbable is
what you’re telling me.
Omal: yes, improbable due to the
fact that you do not know where to look to find
the hieroglyphics that were painted on there,
they do exist.
Skip: I see.
Omal: they are in public view. More
I cannot say.
Skip: okay, I was
just kind of curious.
Omal: whilst we’re on the subject of
there is a famous statement written
inside Chephren or Khafren's
pyramid that is in actual fact a modern forgery
and not even accurate. Now the Pharaoh was the
sun god Ra when he died. Written
pyramid it says quote unquote, "Khafren,
higher than Ra". Confusion,
very understandable. How can Khafren
be higher than Ra when in
actual fact he is Ra?
Omal: so what does this say? This
says that there has been tampering with the Great
Pyramid. Even if he had an
ego problem or was mentally unbalanced, he would
not put himself above himself. After all, when
he died he became Ra so how could
he be higher than himself?
Skip: so somebody’s been playing
Omal: uh-huh, a certain British
Colonel has been playing
games. Next question please.
Russ: all right, how about the Mayan
Russ: and it’s been decoded so to
say to predict certain dates that have happened
or are going to
happen, same thing?
Omal: pretty much so,
things are open to
interpretation. The Mayan calendar was
translated without aid because most of the Mayan
writings were destroyed. Very few writings are
around from that period. Without a device such
as a Rosetta Stone, it becomes extremely hard to
decipher something. So it is all opinions,
especially with hieroglyphics. This means that,
hmm, that is a matter of opinion. Because of a
hand in the Egyptian hieroglyphics held like
this means one thing, how do you know that that
means something without such a device as a
Rosetta Stone? It is pure conjecture and it is
the same with the Mayan calendar. How do you
know? Well there is no Rosetta Stone so it is
what people assume or what is more probable
and more likely what
Omal: it is
like code breaking, you do not know exactly what
is being said until you have something that can
confirm what has been said. You can say with a
certain amount of probability but you cannot say
accurately and to say accurately that these
predictions are so is inaccurate
because there is no Rosetta Stone to aid in the
Russ: hmm, now five years ago and I
might be mistaken here but I believe it was
Korton who said that there was a Mayan pyramid
that had been discovered which had the codices
within it that would allow the translation to be
Omal: actually three and half years
Russ: ahh thank you. Whatever
happened to that?
are being analyzed and looked at by scholars and
because they have not been released into the
general populace and I think if you look
carefully, you will see that the
dates on the predictions to what has been
supposedly translated from
the Mayan calendar is prior to '94. So
therefore before the decoding these were
written which means that there was a strong
probability that these are inaccurate.
Russ: so we might get some updated
predictions from the Mayan calendar
at some point in the future?
Russ: okay. Hmm, excellent.
Omal: next question.................please,
don’t all talk at once.
Russ: okay, alright. Now
besides the Mayans, we have the Olmecs
prior to them.
Omal: that is correct.
Russ: now we’ve always said that the
Olmecs were the
fathers of the Mayan civilization.
Russ: have we translated anything
from the Olmec
that you know of?
Omal: not that I am aware that you
have not translated, not that I’m aware of.
Russ: ahh, okay so the language
theoretically then is completely different, it
would be tough to really say that there was much
in the way of a connection then of where did the
Mayans get their language then.
Russ: okay, how would we work this
Omal: it is very, very simple.
If you look at English now
and go back 200 years….
Omal: it is different than from what
is now. If you go back 400 years to the
Renaissance period, it is different than
what it was 200 years ago than what
Russ: but it’s recognizable.
Omal: but hard to follow and
understand. It is the same with the Olmecs and
the Mayans, it is the same language but spoken
Russ: well would it be fair to say
then that the Olmecs maybe perhaps had an
outside influence from another race of people on
the planet who might’ve then
evolved into the Mayans which would kind of
explain what’s been going on then?
Omal: that is a possibility. You
see evolution is something that goes on all the
time. If you take a language and look at its
historical progression, let us take the most
widely spoken language in your planet, English.
1,200 years ago it was spoken
very, very differently from what it is spoken
now, the medium that we
communicate in at this moment. If
you go back a further 200 years, it is very,
very different but yet understandable to a
certain extent. Originally the English language
was a Germanic tongue. If you listen to Germans
communicate, you understand basically what they
are saying. It is very difficult and sometimes
the words are very
different but basic keywords are
the same. So there is a root link in the
Omal: why would a small tribal
language become so widely spoken? It is
definitely not because it is the easiest
language in the world to learn, it is certainly
Russ: well it was
spread so quickly. I mean the
Huns and barbarian tribes basically took over
much of the known world….
Russ: back then.
Omal: but if you look at the English
language, you will find words that weren’t
originally in it that in actual fact have
influences from other countries. For example,
okay, what does that mean?
Shane: all right.
Omal: one definition.
Skip: that you’re feeling all right.
Omal: three different explanations,
two of them very similar. Where did the word
okay come from? I believe it is from a Nigerian
language. It was brought over with the slaves to
your country. A small tribal area introduced a
new word that is acceptable and used in everyday
conversation. It is easier than saying, "I am
doing well, how are you doing?" "Ahh, I’m okay."
Omal: "can I do something or would
you like to join us whilst we do something?"
instead of saying, "I would be delighted to",
Russ: so if we look a thousand
Russ: when we can then say that our
language might not be……it will be recognizable
as a root for that language but it probably
would be quite different from
what would be spoken then.
Omal: correct, your language is
constantly evolving, a
language that is stagnant relates to a stagnant
society. If you take a language and
the language does not change for hundreds of
Russ: well like Latin?
Omal: who speaks Latin?
Omal: very few doctors speak Latin.
Russ: they have
to learn it.
Omal: used to.
Skip: yeah they’ve evolved into the
spoken language of the population.
Shane: why do doctors
have to learn Latin?
Russ: many of the herbs
and things they use have Latin words
Omal: uh-huh, they do not have to
learn Latin, they just learn what particular
Omal: metacarpals, tarsals,
Skip: and yet we’ve absorbed a lot
of Latin words into our language.
Omal: correct but the language
itself is dead, it is stagnant. A language that
was once spoken by a lot of people is dying.
What happened to the group of individuals that
started that language?
Russ: they were overrun.
Skip: well they’re gone.
Omal: correct. So a language that
becomes stagnant means a society is stagnant. As
long as a society is evolving, it evolves. For
example, a word that is evolved that was a kind
of an insult, is even more of
an insult and a disgusting insult in
most circles. A word that was used at a famous
battle in your planet’s history. The word, pluck
yew. Pluck as in pulling,
yew as in a tree.
Pluck yew was
used as an insult to say that we had the yew
that could beat you. Meaning
English longbowmen had the bow made of English
yew that could beat the French and did. So the
term pluck yew became an
insult and it later evolved into a word
beginning with F. So a word that was used as a
direct insult has now become a word that is not
used in acceptable society. That is evolution.
Russ: hmm. Okay one
more question for you I’ve got. The evolution of
our language from that point has evolved into a
blending of English spoken through most of the
populace world as we know it. Is that then
symbolic then that people of the world are now
working closely together as one?
Omal: well they have to, everybody
has to work closer together. After all, your
planet is not as big as it once was in a
communicative scale. There are now many, many
places that are just a click of a button away.
You can talk to any part of your planet
Russ: that's quite true
Omal: that is correct, it is quite
true. And being able to communicate over such a
vast medium at such high
speed means that there has to be a common
language. After all, if one area spoke one
language and another area spoke
another language, then you would need
specialized individuals and specialized programs
to act as a translator from one to the other
which is a lot of work but, learning a language
at an early age so
that it becomes a second language is relatively
easy. Shane, in your schools do they teach
Shane: not until you get in like the
Omal: but if you wanted, you
could learn Spanish.
Shane: my choice.
Omal: correct, it is very useful to
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