Transcribed by Mark C. Bukator
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on February 10, 2003.
Topics include: Origins of the Bible and Man’s next evolutionary stage.
Mark’s Notes: At first it appeared that no one was going to show up on this particular Monday night. Rosemary arrived a little late. After chatting a little Serge decided NOT to have a session. We started to say our goodbyes and to give Rosemary our apologies when Kris started ringing that internal doorbell that he and Serge (Joseph) have in place. I am truly grateful that we DID have this session.
8:05 PM Session Starts
KRIS: You must keep in mind that what you now call the Israelis were actually a very diverse people, small clans, often at war with each other, often seeking to take over each other’s territories and if you take apart the word ISRAEL, you will find some very interesting root words.
For instance, the first two letters are derived immediately from the ancient cult of Isis. The second combination, RA is also Egyptian and so is EL which is another word or name for RA, or Amman Ra. Do you understand?Continue reading
Transcribed by Marcy Singer
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on January 20, 2003
(Seven people in attendance.)
KRIS: Now we indeed thank you for taking your time and coming here and to those of you who are new, we bid you a warm welcome, something much warmer than outside.
You have been discussing some of the anomalies of time as you understand it and its relationships with yourselves, both how you imagine yourselves today, in the past, and in the future. And it seems to confuse some of you and well it should actually bring about a mild state of confusions. The confusion usually comes from your own ego based perceptions as to whom and what you are. The ego, over time, has built a very clean and orderly perception around its own self, and from its vantage point, it appears that you are in a world of physical matter where this physical world exists apart from and separate from you as if somehow or other you are divorced from your world. And it also appears that you had a beginning, you have a middle, and someday you will have an end, and when that end comes, nothing else exists for the ego.
Transcribed by Marcy Singer
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on January 13, 2003
[MARK’S NOTES: These older transcripts aren’t as detailed as the newer ones. Back then we did not record the breaks and my notes weren’t as complete as they are now.]
KRIS: We beg to differ that you are as nothing, for were it not for your incarnating in this slice of time and space, the entire continuum of existence would be quite different from the one you now experience, both for yourself and for all living forms within that slice of time and space. So to say that you are nothing…..
QUESTION: What I said is that it SEEMS as if I’m nothing.
KRIS: Indeed because your apparent nothingness is actually a marvelous and most blessed extension is called ‘All That Is’, or the Universe. In other words, as well as you and you and each of you in this room is a three-dimensional expression of the Universe made physical. So you carry much weight in the scheme of things, for your thoughts give the Universe the opportunity to experience itself in an entirely unique, original and ingenious fashion that could not be duplicated in any way, shape or form, in spite of the fact that there are innumerable life forms within the span of the Universe.Continue reading
(PREFACE: Mark is unemployed and is looking for work. Mark and Serge have been invited to help form a business venture group, which didn’t pan out as planned.
SERGE’S NOTE: the information from Kris on Saint Chrodora stemmed from something I had read back in late 1997 or early 1998, concerning a small archeological dig in Belgium during road construction. A sarcophagus was discovered in an underground chamber, and archeologists easily determined that the effigy of the individual on the coffin lid was a bishop, from the bishop’s crosier and mitre (hat). However they were apparently perplexed as the individual depicted was that of a woman. It was determined that she was a female bishop from the old Irish Christian Church from before when the Vatican annexed the Irish Church, somewhere before the end of the ‘Dark Ages’ and her name Saint Chrodora was inscribed on the lid. In those days the old Irish Church apparently allowed women to not only participate but to even hold high office in the church. The Irish Church abandoned the practice of ordaining women as a condition to being taken over by the Vatican, or else they would have perished.
Transcribed by Marcy Singer
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on May 5, 2003
KRIS: We are glad that though you are few in numbers you still have an inquisitive set of perceptions. And in spite of the stormy weather you are relatively calm yourselves.
Now you were discussing in part about beliefs and how to view some channeled materials. Correct?
That can be a rather nebulous area. It must be considered at all times that consciousness is always in the process of creating and always in the process of manifesting, whether it is through corporeal forms, forms, dimensions, thoughts, or anything that can appear in one dimension or another.
And information is also a dynamic process of consciousness. Information is never static or dead or merely thoughts strung together to create specific imagery in the minds of those receiving the information and how it is again transmitted. It is an alive and powerful method of transforming consciousness in one unique area, and that consciousness is translated into information such as what you hear at this very moment.
KRIS: We are glad that you have spared some time for your humble rendezvous with the universe.
The events of the last few days in your city, as well as a large part of the Eastern Seaboard in the United States has been cause for some concern. And this has proven to be a most interesting time these last few days for many millions of people to find themselves suddenly deprived of a commodity that goes by almost unseen and of course very little thought is given to this commodity of electricity.