Sharon: Bashar said last month that you work directly with my hybrid children.
Anima: From time to time, yes.
S: Can you tell me things about them?
A: What would you like to know?
S: How old they are?
A: There are several ages involved. There is a range of age, as you say. I work mostly with the 13 year old, the 15 year old, the 17 year old.
S: Can you tell me their names?
A: One is May. You understand?
A: Yes, May. One is May.
S: Which one is that?
A: 13. One moment. One is Albion.
A: 15, yes. One moment. (long pause, much gesturing) He is being coy. (another pause with gestures) The 17 year old wants you to give him a nickname, rather than reveal the name he has chosen at this time.
|Energy of Anima, facilitating the hybrid children during the session.|
S: Gosh, um, Kek.
S: K-E-K, Kek.
A: Why? What does that mean to you?
S: It’s the name that I… Bashar’s game about drawing an ET and putting it on the mirror… That’s the name I gave my little drawing.
A: All right, Kek.
S: Is that okay with him?
A: One moment. (more gestures) He says, is it related to cake?
S: It could be. The cake we’re supposed to be baking because we’re still dough?
S: Could be.
A: If it is related to cake and the baking of a cake, he is okay with it.
S: Would he rather something else?
S: Cake. Cake itself.
S: Okay, Cake he is!
A: All right.
S: Are they Shalinaya?
S: Are they Sassani? (Bashar and Anima’s civilization)
S: All three of them?
S: Oh, cool. Do they all know each other?
S: Do they play?
S: What are they learning? Are they learning to assimilate?
S: What sort of stuff?
A: Many things. May is particularly fond of what on your planet are called various forms of tea ceremonies. She is practicing tea ceremonies from many different cultures on your planet. She enjoys doing this. Though she has sampled a few of the teas we have been able to procure for her, she has never had cucumber sandwiches and is curious about them. So, her request is that, should she come down one day to Earth, that she may try cucumber sandwiches.
S: You bet. First thing.
A: All right. Well, maybe not first. There are other things to do first.
(to be continued)
(to be continued)