Transcribed by Ellen Gilbert
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on April 21, 2003
Roll Call: Serge, Jorge and Lori
Estimated time – 7:45 PM.
KRIS: We thank you for having taken of your rather nice day, and to spend some time with us. Beyond the topic of the revising of history and then some, it is indeed most interesting because there are large chunks of your history that do not appear in your ‘acceptable’ historical writing because it does not fit the views and theories of a particular group. And there are many examples throughout the world of such occurrences. Continue reading
Transcribed by Marcy Singer (Arindel)
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on March 3, 2003
KRIS: We are to understand that you are persuaded that you still have apes for ancestors. Indeed we do understand the notion can be most difficult to abandon. But overall you have convinced yourselves of the apparent fact of the matter that somewhere along the genetic lines some of these far removed ancestors started to walk differently, come down from the trees and stand out amongst their brethren so that they could assign a committee and discuss the possibility of evolving so that eventually in the far flung future they could sit at a Board of Directors meeting and dress up in suits, monkey or otherwise, and continue making decisions along the same lines.
And it seems to you that since your scientists can show you bones from the ape or skull no bigger than the end of the pinky and can so easily convince that this is the remnant of a distant ancestor and that you are related to this ancestor, you resign yourselves to the apparent authority of that entire class of knowledge that says that they have answers that solve the puzzle of your ancestry and genetic lines.