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Cutting Over to Healthy Tech

We through Cathee Courter with Jennifer Taylor

By phone between Pinewood Springs, CO and Gulfport, MS

The following channel may seem far out to many, but to me it makes sense. I already spend more time in telepathic conversations than in conversations on the phone.

If you've read our article on the health effects of EMF's, you know how frightening the situation is. But recently my guides have said that even some high EMF fields like HAARP produces are inadvertently doing us a favor. Earth's vibration is now much higher than most humans can handle who have been nested in an artificial human-generated EMF bubble for years. Our challenge is to catch up with reality—the actual electromagnetic field (and consciousness) of the Earth—in a way that people who are here at this time with the soul purpose of rising in vibration can adjust to. Many who do not have this soul purpose will be dying off. (I really relate to these channelings because my body has had to go through massive changes to be able to keep up with the land I work with intensively here at a portal where the new frequencies first come in and spread out from.)

Note: some of the predictions have changed in recent months. For the latest, see the "Being Transplanted" series of channelings under our channelings section.

Six years out, most people who will never come out of the tech human domination bubble will leave the planet in droves. There are those who are needing to be in the tech bubble to slow things down, but everyone is hoping they'll be able to handle the real frequencies. There are more and more people coming up with ways of quickly helping people catch up, in physical healing, in counseling and in things like trauma therapy that are facilitating quick growth. And then there are those who are already outside the bubble.

So there's a great deal of hope for those who didn't come in just for this grand experiment of seeing how far humans can get away from nature, which is still going to be taken to the extreme for the next six years, we'd say. (Our timelines are always very changeable). There are people who are meant for that, and people who are not.

But after that, we think it will be easy to create heaven on Earth. And you're already exercising very strong muscles right now. It's a great time for spiritual work right now, for spiritual growth, to learn to create your own reality even while all this awful stuff is going on. So that you'll pop out the other side with a very beautiful Earth, if you stick with Earth through the whole thing.

So the question was, have other cultures on other planets as they developed tech developed healthy tech? On this planet, there have been other probabilities, which we know you wish you were in now, but sorry.

If you were working on developing telepathy as a culture with the same amount of energy you're putting into tech, you would have the telepathy down so much that you would not be interested in recording everything. The internet would be something that you might refer to like a dictionary once in a while, but it wouldn't be considered so thrilling. It would be not nearly as interesting as doing what Cathee and Jennifer often do together—take a look at things, and talk to interesting people without using a phone.

It seems like an incredible quickening to you, to think of a whole culture going that way, but if you hadn't gotten so far away from your natural abilities . . . ancient peoples were naturally telepathic. It has been a definite, intentional we would say, dumbing down of the population to where you forgot you were telepathic. It's not something new. There is this feeling now that if it's not external reality, it's not real. That belief has affected you to ignore what you've always had and always will have—telepathy. It's amazing, really, not that now you could suddenly become an incredibly telepathic race. What's amazing is that you forgot it for so long. That these beliefs could actually make you forget what you naturally have. To us it's incredible.

So it's been a very interesting experiment to see how far you could go to the external world in saying that's the only real thing. But obviously, you're in dreamtime one third of your life at night, which is not external in focus.

We truly do see that things could get totally beautiful and that you could live a long life. It will be different. There will be many hotspots on the Earth where you will not go near them because they're so radioactive, but we think you won't have to live in protective physical bubbles because of that. We do think you can clean up an awful lot of it, and you'll have a lot of help to do so, and you can prevent a lot of it if you act quickly. There will be deserts. But you will have so fewer people that you can really work with what you have left. And it will feel so much more joyful than what you presently have. It's more joyful to rebuild than to watch it be destroyed.

So, we do see it worth hanging in there. We do think that you can have quite an effect on the world. But act quickly, act now, act strongly.

This whole fascination with tech (and of course at least half of us are nature beings in your group talking to you now). We find what happens in the natural world so much more fascinating than anything that happens in the tech world. We find that tech is very cumbersome, very slow. What you mainly get excited about with tech is "oh look, we can do what the natural world does easily and effortlessly, and we can replicate it with tech." It's really like that. What's natural to you is telepathy, and oh look, we came up with a telephone, isn't that big stuff? Like, hello? This is really a pale imitation of the real thing. And we don't understand why everybody gets so excited about it. We really, really don't. We can understand that at this time, there is such a flood of telepathic images as you go into the fourth dimension that your TV's slow it down. You have to click through one channel at a time. You may be able to record one channel while you watch another at the same time, but it's still slowing it down. You can't be watching a hundred at once.

So really, from our point of view, tech is slowing down what's real. What's real is that you can watch a hundred shows at once now. You are being affected by a hundred channels right now. And that's why it's hard to channel sometimes—Cathee's going, which one? We condense it for you in a way. But your tech is so slow, and only allows you to focus on one, which is more like the old density where you could only focus on one thing at a time. And so tech is helping to slow it down, and helping you to focus, and helping you to be able to handle it all without going nuts, literally nuts.

We could give more examples of that. Teleportation, pretty disorienting, so let's make you sit on an airplane for hours to get somewhere. Security systems rather than letting your own aura protect you, and just creating what you want. You put something physical out there and pretend that anything that happens to you, you didn't draw to you somehow anyway. You like those battle scenes where someone is physically fighting someone else, because it's still so frightening to you that most battles are psychic battles now anyway, really.

Cathee's been reading about how many athletes will go through every detail of their upcoming fight, and then they go physically fight it, but like, why bother. The physical fight is not really the interesting part, we think. If you can have someone judging who is doing the better visualization, you wouldn't have to bother to go to the arena and watch somebody duke somebody else out.

We feel like we're woefully inadequate at finding words for this, to convince you or anyone else that your tech is a big slowdown, not a big speedup. It helps people to be able to handle the change. It's smoothing it, it's making it bearable.

We're not saying that some real things can't get through on the media. Real conversations and so forth, real concepts, real mythologies, and you know, it's playful then. It's an artistic enterprise to make a movie. It's cool, it's fun to have real people running around acting it out, and getting it on film. That's fun, there's nothing wrong with it being fun. But it's not, we think, the most exciting thing that's going on, by any means. The bringing in of whole new paradigms we think is very exciting.

And so back to the tech question. Would we be better off with none of this tech stuff? And what is tech? Is a match to light a fire tech? In a way it is.

We're almost afraid to tell you how rich your lives could be without it. You would just get depressed that you don't have a world where you can do that any more. Cathee spends more time, it seems, trying to get even the national park to leave places alone than she does visiting them and enjoying them. It's gotten to that point where we almost hate to tell you what you're missing, because this is a new time. It's not just like what your ancestors had. It's definitely an externalized time in human consciousness, but that could have gone incredibly beautifully in synch with the natural world. It could have been cities of light. You hear about Lemurian cities of light. How beautiful. How beautiful. And we're not talking about electricity. On your very own soil in this place there have been some truly beautiful civilizations.

Many historical remnants only go back to 9,500 BC or so, traces of civilizations and so forth. Some of the mythologies like Noah's flood seem to have taken place back then. You don't really know what was here before then. High tech, low tech. You don't know. We have mentioned that from the descriptions we've seen, a nuclear explosion fits the picture of what happened then, which would indeed erase a whole lot.

You are following a certain time line in the time/space you're in, that according to your scientists goes from the dinosaur age, cavemen using primitive tools, and then some ancient goddess civilizations so-called, and then we get into patriarchal times, with agriculture and high tech, along certain value lines. And then there are oddities like Atlantis and Lemuria that don't fit into that history. They're oddballs out. And other things don't really fit. You have odd discoveries of humans with incredible tools that don't fit the timeline. But we would say that you are having more and more bleedthroughs with other timelines, parallel Earths you might call them—your experience on parallel Earth timelines that don't look anything like your accepted, acknowledged story. And of course you still don't know what the Egyptians and some of the other ancient cultures knew on the inner realms, in the dreamtime.

There are an infinite number of parallel Earth timelines. An infinite number of ways things have played out in different times. We find it amusing, actually, that for instance people are writing histories of the Middle Ages as if there's only one history of the Middle Ages. There are many histories of the Middle Ages, and they're all different and they're all true. What timeline are you looking back from, and to? And sometimes these things bleed through, and they make no scientific sense when you uncover archaeologically something that nobody knows what the heck it was, so they make up stories. But it may be a bleedthrough from another whole timeline of development.

The work we're doing with you, Cathee, and Wameewa is very important. Wameewa shared the same space as Cathee here. She shared a different time from you, she's a little off to the side, which is why we can't tell you her tribe so you can go look it up historically and know who she was. It's not in your records. She's off to the side. And we think, actually, her abilities were more advanced than most Indian tribes in your timeline are, that can be historically traced. Which makes it very interesting. So by Wameewa bleeding into you, she is bringing a whole wealth of information that you could not find in any of your present-day tribes or any of the ones you know about that died out. And we think this is very profound.

We have told you that nature wants to hand you solutions to your problems, and you know ETs are coming to the Earth, and new frequencies are coming in to help. But some of the richest information that you can easily digest and run with is coming from so-called past lives of yours that have happened in similar but more advanced timelines than the one you are in now. And they are reaching across. They have information that you can understand because they're not that different from you, but they're a step ahead of you. This is very important.

There are advantages that you can give Wameewa too, from your timeline. Like, you know she was asking the science of how to conceive a male child, because they didn't develop the capacity to choose gender in her society.

You're flexing your muscles so that you will be able to more and more receive information from other parallel timelines of Earth that have very important information for those here now. So you can almost jump your tech over to a time that created healthier tech.

It can be like discovering you're on the wrong path. Sometimes you come to a fork on a trail and you don't know whether to go left or right. So you go right, and you go half a mile down, and you say this doesn't look right, I don't remember this, or the trail ends or it comes to a cliff edge. So do you have to go clear back to the fork, or can you guess where the left hand path went, and just cut down to it? Sometimes you pull out the map and you say, "Oh my, look, here's where the left hand fork went, and it's just down this little hill from where we are." And so you just go down the hill. You don't have to go clear back.

This is what we're talking about. A part of you takes the left hand fork, a part of you takes the right hand fork. Can you communicate with the person, the version of you on the left hand fork? And just cut over. We say yes. We say yes. But only if you're very advanced in being able to have a flexibility of selfhood and a telepathic ability to be able to find the information you want. Find the parallel selves you need, or the parallel members of your oversoul, and make that transition in a way that you can find the vocabulary for, in the world you're in. Translate it over. A lot of what we're talking about with a research institute is that kind of information coming over from those who have already worked it out in another reality.

So, this is good. See, we only give you little pieces as we go. We give you hints, because it all needs to build on each other, and you need to slowly absorb it.


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