I have started a “sequel” from this e book entitled Kunapipi in Lemuria: I write because I love it but it would be nice to have someone purchase my eBook (A Short Story About Healing The Blue Planet): It is the cost of a small coffee.
I get excellent response from my blogs: The reason I stopped comments was because of ONE persistent nasty person! With my eBook I console myself by thinking it will probably be popular when I am dead 😛 Neither Monty Python nor Star Trek were liked by the masses in my day.
(P.S. plan to include sex and violence in my new book — that should help 😛 )
E Book continued:
‘Time decreases with velocity as you know but with the spiral dance we just get up enough speed until we are in no time and visualize the time period we wish to get to. Intent is what matters. Our subconscious with do the maths and get us to the time we wish. And we can use this spiral dance to get back as well. If you are by yourself just spin but a group can dance a cone of power.’
You’ll arrive at your destination sky clad so try and visualize somewhere where you can grab clothing. 0r maybe arrive at a nudist beach.
I also recommend that you go backward not forward at least in the beginning.’
“So, we could go back into the past and change things?”
‘Yes, but on a small scale — not enough to save the planet from the human plague!’
Wendy enquired? “I’d like to visit the Nirahns just in their space ship for now. If I astral project and leave my physical body behind, I presume this is possible?”
‘See! You are all original thinkers. Of course, it is possible.’
‘Well there will be a few less crowding around the computer, the television and DVD player.
Satya: Ahimsa.’ said Kunapipi using Enil’s form of greeting.
Iris, Thomas, Robert, William, Mary James and Darlene joined Kunapipi in time travel.
‘Decide when and where each of you would like to go and change something or re-experience something good.
We will all go together this “time” while it is a new experience.’
Kunapipi said the she would like to go back and help all the animals and wild life but as Arawn had actually done that in the here and now she chose to go 1953 to help herself Anne. And stop her mother who caused irreparable damage to Anne’s life and self-confidence. As well as horrific physical emotional damage to two other children whom Anne had left in this woman’s care. Simply because she loved her mother and had not consciously acknowledge how evil she was.
This would also empower Anne to achieve more for the planet and its human and non-human life forms than she had. Although Anne had achieved much to help in many important areas.
‘So, get your gear off! All join hands for the cone of power. We will go to November 8th 1953 in South Australia first. We can land in a paddock because there are few houses and wide open spaces: the door to the house shouldn’t be locked so we can find some sort of clothing.’
They started to spin and could see a spiral of light; They astral projected and pulled in their physical bodies and road the spiral to November 8th 1953 Kunapipi/ Anne knew the time and place and the others just visualizing Kunapipi.
They landed in a paddock which had once been for sheep. Now there were houses scattered here and there.
They walked inside a rectangular building made of asbestos to find a slim woman, with protruding and uneven teeth, screaming at a little girl that she was “useless; a failure; a disappointment; neither use nor ornament. You cannot do anything right!” And shoving her into the wood burning part of a wood stove (which was lit) and locking the door!
Kunapipi told the others to look for clothing and went straight to the stove: letting the child out and wrapping her in a blanket, which was fortunately on a nearby chair. Once she had put out the flames she ripped off young Anne’s clothing; yelling out to Mary to find something soft for Anne to wear and something for herself. Anne had only first degree burns to forty percent of her body but it was very painful. Kunapipi channelled healing to the child as she carried her.
She said to the girl, ‘ I know that you love your mother as well as fear her but we are taking you to the police station I want you to tell them honestly what happened.’
Not at any time did the child speak; she just looked down so she didn’t have to make eye contact.
Anne’s mother had disappeared but Kunapipi didn’t care where she was.
Robert asked why they didn’t just phone the police to come to the house.
‘There are no public phones boxes near here and few people have phones in their homes
We will walk there I remember where it is.’
‘And Robert would you please tell the police that someone at Anne’s school had told us they often saw bruising on her so we were just calling in when we saw her being pushed into the fire?’
“Why don’t you tell them? I don’t lie very well!”
‘I am a woman. We have no status nor rights in this time period! I will just be ignored!’
‘Even though Anne is four she has already been at school for a year. Her mother was able to start her early so that she could go to work.’
When they arrived at the police station Robert sounded very convincing explaining why they were there and what they saw.
The policeman asked Anne what had happen and she said “I crawled into the oven!”
Kunapipi spoke then:
‘I know you are afraid of your mother’s reaction if you tell them honestly what happened: I know you think you deserve the abuse, because she tells you that you do. But she never changes and she lives a very long life! She literally ruins your life while she has people convinced she is lovely and you’re a lazy half whit!’
The police man snapped at Kunapipi saying, “You! Looney! should mind your own business! We will take the child home. Do you know the address Anne?”
The policeman drove Anne, Robert and Kunapipi back to Anne’s home. The others walked.
As the police car pulled up Anne’s mother was sitting on the step crying crocodile tears and told the policeman that someone had stolen her daughter!
The policeman told Kunapipi and Robert they if they didn’t get off the property he would arrest them for trespassing!
“Now what?” said Robert
‘We walk away and meet up with the others then we will wait around nearby until Anne’s father comes home from work.
To be continued: