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Aedgar's words are transcribed this way.

Nel and Shada's words are written like this.

 

Claudia's channeled conversations are electronically date-stamped when recorded.

 

Nel: Several years ago you told us that there were lots of changes beginning with our planet, including widespread heavy rainfall, flooding and mudslides.

Yes.

Nel: And that the planet actually does need more moisture, that’s part of what’s going on.

Yes.
So what do you think is wrong with what we said?

Nel: Nothing.

Good. You have not seen the worst of it.
It’s pleasant for the planet.

Nel: I think you said previously that the planet gets kind of itchy.

Yes, you could call it that way. It just needs a bit of a shake off. Hasn’t got arms to scratch.
 Monsoonal flooding afflicts the poor in Southeast Asia. Photo by  Terimahkasih0 .

Monsoonal flooding afflicts the poor in Southeast Asia. Photo by Terimahkasih0.

Nel: In Sierra Leone in Africa there’ve been — well, they’ve been talking —

Si-erra Le-one. Africa

Nel: Yes, in the west, central west Africa. Place called Freetown.

Not really central, is it?

Nel: No, it’s towards the north.

Well, it was not the first time this happened in these areas -- there are multiple areas affected that way. And it was not the last.
There will be another one.
Humans building in the wrong places. Mostly humans that have that not much paper with numbers on it, because that’s the space that’s left by the others.

Nel: Yes.

So they — hmm, it’s humans, we know — but they accumulate there. Building and living and working in areas that are not made for it.
There should be forest -- like it was years and years before. Would be much less problems there if the real forest was still there.
There’s envy: ‘I can see these people living there. I want to live in the same place. It’s going to make me prosper. The way they prosper over there.’
Which is not happening.
These people that live over there in the more fortunate areas, they do business and trades and deals amongst themselves. There are some individuals, quite high up there, who are very pleased that these little ‘lice’ have been washed off. You understand? Like parasites.

Nel: Hmm. That’s how they see the poor people.

Yes.

Nel: The news says that there’s been several hundred people killed, maybe a thousand. It seems to me that there’s a lot —

It’s a lot more, my friend.

Nel: A lot more killed?

Yes.
They will have disease there, which, if the planet is lucky, might spread to the more prosperous ones, too.
Getting little lessons, you understand?

Nel: Well, they have to learn, yes.

Indeed.

Nel: Might develop some compassion?

Maybe not in this lifetime. But they might have to think about it a bit in between lifetimes.

Nel: Yes.

It’s a bit like: ‘Do I really want to go there again?’
I’m not talking about locality. ‘Do I really want to go to that level of consciousness, of education, of knowledge, again?’

Nel: That low level, you mean?

‘Or do I want to evolve? Finally?’
Even if it just a tiny bit, it would be huge progress for many of them. Because a lot of them that are considered the prosperous ones have done the same things over and over again.
Different locations with similar problems.

Nel: Right.

That’s not right, my friend.

Nel: Yes.

Pause

So, over in Texas, in America they’ve had a big storm and a lot of property damage and a lot of water coming in —

 Flooded houses. Pic by  Skeeze .

Flooded houses. Pic by Skeeze.

It’s not all. I think in the greater area there, they will have quite a few more of those.
Quick succession: more of them coming.
It will be like, ‘We haven’t even recovered from the last one,’ and the next one hits.
Some people need that kind of intense education.

Nel: Yeah, that’s partly what I was going to ask about. So many people in Sierra Leone died, left. In Texas not many people have died, relatively. They lived through it and they are still learning, I guess. Or they suffer from the consequences.

Pause.

There will be a lot of blame. They will tell each other, and people from completely different places are going to tell them: ‘This was a punishment from up there because you’re such bad people. If you would have gone to Church every Sunday, for example..’
Nel and Shada laugh
‘..it wouldn’t have happened.’
I can assure you, my friends, that it would have happened.
It’s the planet, looking for relief. And as I’ve mentioned many times before, it’s about a problem that appeared on the opposite side of the planet. You understand?
He makes a spherical shape with Claudia’s hands and uses them to illustrate the metaphor.
You punch into something like a dough ball on one side. You make a dent and you’ll get a bump out of the other side.

Nel: So what’s on the other side of the world from Texas?

Shada: Australia?

Nel: It could be Australia, actually.

Shada: Indonesia.

Not quite, almost.
It’s the southern parts of what you call China.
It depends at which angle you look through. Imagine the planet as a glass sphere. If you look a little bit upwards from there, the opposite side is a part of what you call China. If you look from further down it’s a part that you might call Russia now.
If you look further down, at an angle, it’s water opposite there.
The Pacific.

Nel: Mmm.

Yes.

Nel: I know in China they’ve built a very big dam. They’ve dammed the rivers —

Mistakes, mistakes, mistakes.

Nel: Would you like to say something about that big dam?

 Three Gorges Dam in China. Photo from Wikimedia by  Christoph Filnkößl .

Three Gorges Dam in China. Photo from Wikimedia by Christoph Filnkößl.

All the water on the planet in rivers and basins has a natural way of movement. If you block it off in one space or area, you do a lot of damage in other areas.
Firstly, the water won’t go further down. Another thing is, the weight. You block it off. On the area where you have a collection of that water and other things — it’s the weight that makes a downward force. In some areas the ground beneath is not made to withstand that kind of weight.
So the ground beneath might go down a bit, which is like the dough with the bump.
You put that weight there and it continues to push onto the other side.
You might put the weight there and have parts of a continent shifting on the other side of the planet. There might be a bit of a rumble before and then it’s an earthquake and you’ve got these big cracks.
It’s a reaction of the planet. You know?
Sometimes if you hit someone, they might just hit back. Sometimes if you punch the dough and you have a dent here, you’ll make a bump over there.
Sometimes you put weight on here and you have the earth shaking on the other side.
And then you will also have drought below where they’ve blocked the rivers off.
And this area right next to the blockage was used to bearing the weight of the water going through. And then there is suddenly nothing. So you have shifts and movements everywhere.
And sometimes the resulting waves and vibrations go spreading out to the sides. And sometimes they goes straight down — then you’ll have an issue right on the opposite side of the planet.
Do you understand?

Nel: Yes.

Shada: Mhmm.

We know it sounds a bit weird. (As humans say).
So, if you have, for example, mountains and you block water below these mountains — you have a climate change. There is more moisture and humidity coming up on the mountains.
Other water will be blocked off too — for example rain down on the other side. From the dry part, you’ll have more winds moving. So you get movements and then you get these winds moving in circles and it gains momentum.
 
 Hurricane photo by  12019 .

Hurricane photo by 12019.

He describes a hurricane spiral with the hands.
There’s a lot of this going on in areas where humans don’t look at the wind much. Sometimes it gains enough momentum, especially if it builds up over an ocean. Then the wind is moving in a circle and moving as well to the side or up and down — in every direction. And the momentum it gains and the power its got is very strong.
So that can, kind of, clear a space. Without big machinery.
Pause.
Humans used this type of energy before, if they needed to do something on a smaller scale. They did not have the machinery. They didn’t need it. They created these kind of things with physics.

Nel: Really?

Yes.

Nel: That’s pretty sophisticated for us.

Not for you. Long, long, long time back. You know you would have to re-write human development, development of the planet, everything, over and over again. A lot of people say, ‘Yeah, that’s how it is. That’s what happened.’ A lot of them are scared to look further back. Because they can’t understand. They’re not ready for it. They’re not ready to look in a different direction.
Pause.
Do you know what a parallel universe is?

Nel: I’ve heard the expression. I have some idea —

It’s still going on.

Nel: Aah.

It’s there all the time. Sometimes you would just need to take one tiny step to the side to step into the other one. All the knowledge is not lost. It’s still there.

Shada: [Softly] That’s good.

Humankind evolves — some of them.
Nel & Shada laugh
And the knowledge that they had does not get lost.

Nel: Hmm.

Shada: Good.

It’s all still there. The question is how to access it.
We do hold some information back.
Traveling between planets, for example. We still think you, all of you, at this stage are not yet ready for it.

Nel: Yes.

It would be used in the wrong way because there is too much greed around.
So there are many problems and you literally might sit right next to the solution. But you can’t access it.
Fortunately, mostly.
This is not the moment to have access to it.
A few, quite a few, maybe a handful, do know how to access the knowledge. They are, in this time and arena you live in, they are quite fortunate -- because they are considered mad.
Do you understand?
Because humankind is not ready for it.
Sometimes we don’t know why it’s called humankind. Kindness is not part of this.

Nel: Yes. Humancruel.

Another possibility.

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