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Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
10/26/15 07:04:20AM
1,185 posts



I agree with Judita about the likely meaning of your message, but you can try asking for more clarification next time you meditate.

Real spirit guides will never order you to do anything or be mean to you. They allow you free will. You can test them by directly asking "Are you of the light?" It is universal law that they must answer truthfully.

I had 3 fake ones who wasted a lot of my time for almost a month before I learned that.

Now I mostly go to the Archangels for help, specifically Michael, Uriel and Raphael, but once again, ask the question, since the dark ones can fake being angels as well.


updated by @cheshire-cat: 01/13/17 02:25:31PM
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
10/23/15 09:22:07AM
1,185 posts



Intolerance to alcohol develops immediately in people who get fibromyalgia. Doctors who specialize in it are saying this is such a constant symptom it should be required for the diagnosis.

Hypersensitivity and psychic ability often comes with fibromyalgia as well, esp. in those who get it young and were already spiritually oriented, or in my case, ability was already there but got much stronger after the illness took hold.

There are supposed to be native tribes who consider fibromyalgia a "gift" and make people who get it automatic Shamen, due to having noticed this increase in the ability to pick up things others can't.

Scientifically, the illness causes extreme dominance of the sympathetic nervous system, which is the alert side of the autonomic nervous system, so it makes sense that we'd pick up more and pick it up faster.

I used to drink one glass of wine with dinner each night before I got fibromyalgia. After I got it I could not drink even 1/4 inch of alcohol without getting very, very sick....burning face, dizzy, swollen feet, feeling like an anvil is sitting in my stomach, barely able to stand.

With meds, I start with 1/4 of the dose prescribed and the list of my med allergies is a whole page long since getting the fibromyalgia.

IMO, empaths are more likely to get sick in general, due to the sickness of the society we live in and all the physical and emotional ailments we pick up as a result.

Also, as water_lily said, fibromyalgia patients have trouble metabolizing drugs that utilize the Cytochrome P450 pathway. I take 2 of these drugs regularly with no problem. Recently, I had to take 2 more drugs that use that pathway to clear an infection and this potentiated the slow clearance of the drugs from my body so much that I was in a bad overdose situation. My pulse fell to 40 and stayed there for two days. Not fun.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/22/15 01:25:34PM
1,185 posts

Feeling as though I'm losing my best friend.


Empath

Hi Anna,

Since she is at least speaking to you, maybe a little time apart would give her a different perspective. If you let it go for awhile, and it is meant to be, it may come back to you, as the saying goes. If not, then at least you did not end it angrily, like in my situation, and that leaves open a possible future for you together months or even years from now......you never know! It will also allow you to be cordial when you run into each other, instead of having to cross the street to avoid her. Praying for her happiness is a very kind thing to do. Few people would do that. She is definitely the loser if she lets you go!

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/22/15 12:28:11PM
1,185 posts

Feeling as though I'm losing my best friend.


Empath

I agree with one empath. I went through a similar thing recently with the woman who had been my best friend for 52 years! I could not believe how I was being treated after all that time, and finally stood up for myself and said just one small thing about how one of her comments had hurt me. She ended the friendship because I wasn't "accepting" her.

I posted about it here and was also told she was jealous, and in private, by two friends from here who do not know each other, I was told why she was jealous, and the reasons they picked up were the same, confirming something which had never occurred to me.

I went back and looked over our long relationship, and 10 yrs. into the friendship, found an incident I had put out of my mind, something that would have caused 100% of the women I know to kick her to the curb, including the person I am now. I treated it as a glitch in an otherwise wonderful person, not as a glimpse into the real person behind the phony public persona, because back then, probably at about your age, I believed all people were as good and considerate as I was.

Back then, I also had no boundaries, often a problem for empaths. I had been accepting whatever she said and did for decades, and never judging it, no matter how wrong it felt, but now she would not accept that I had changed and was no longer like a clone of her. I had started asking questions and trusting my abilities, which was not allowed, since she was always right. The friendship ended. I was a wreck for a couple of weeks, not sleeping at all, and becoming enraged, since this was something I was sure could never happen. I have no family and am very sick, and was counting on her to help me move if my husband died before me, since she always said we were sisters and glued together for life, so it also has put me in a scary situation.

Surprisingly, even after all that time of having her in my life, I am now happier than I was before, since I no longer have to hide what I really think and swallow constant hurtful comments to maintain a "friendship" just because of how long it had lasted. I see clearly now that since I trust my ability to read lies, I simply cannot have liars in my life. That is one of the prices paid for the spiritual growth that comes with developing this gift, but growth is good, and that space in my life is now open for someone else to fill, or more likely just for more time to develop myself. Real friends want you to be happy and are not jealous of your other friends. You deserve that and I'm sure you can find it.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/12/15 11:11:08PM
1,185 posts

Sun, Moon, and Rising Sign -- complicated or harmonious?


New Age

Hi Passion,

I am no expert, but to me Scorpio and Taurus are not complete opposites. They have differences sure, but both are very loyal to those they love, if I remember the basic signs correctly. I know far more Taurans than I know Scorpios, so it's hard to speak to this one.

I would guess opposites are meant to create balance, but having the same sort of opposites in my own chart (Virgo and Pisces, an earth and a water sign on opposite sides of the zodiac, just like your situation), I find I am pulled in two different directions and come off to many people as very different than I really am. It causes me a lot of trouble, so I guess I've not balanced it well.

I hope SnakeMedicine sees your question and comments. She knows a lot more about astrology than I do.

I hope rather than see yourself as a walking contradiction, you can see yourself as interesting!

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/12/15 11:00:45PM
1,185 posts

Sun, Moon, and Rising Sign -- complicated or harmonious?


New Age

Hi Snake,

Looks like you can pick whichever you feel is correct, either 4w5 or 5w4.

I forgot to include my wing. I am 1w2.

That's a good list of adjectives to have!

I'll bet we can't resist a good questionnaire because of that J type. I am like that also. ;-)

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/12/15 06:40:29PM
1,185 posts

Sun, Moon, and Rising Sign -- complicated or harmonious?


New Age

Hi BeautyEarth,

For some reason there was no reply icon below your post.

Type 4 enneagram plus Scorpio sun! You must be formidable, lol.

I love INFPs and wish I was more P like. Being a J makes me too tense!

Yes, I do love philosophical discussions more than just about anything, so you've got me pegged on those 7s. My husband is a 3 and is very playful and childlike. People love him. I am the serious one.

You must be a very unique person. I've not met any Scorpios with a lot of self doubt, except for one who was passive-aggressive.

I am also a bit much for others and find that to be common in empaths, so I hope you don't feel bad about it. No need to. I have been told I am too open and that I give TMI, all of which is true. I also do not suffer fools gladly and no longer try to hide it. I'll bet you don't either. I think that's just fine!

Celebrate yourself!

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/12/15 03:22:29PM
1,185 posts

Sun, Moon, and Rising Sign -- complicated or harmonious?


New Age

Hi BeautyEarth,

Do you know your enneagram type? I am a type 1, which makes this judging, planning, and list making stuff even worse.

How about your MBTI type? I am INFJ, the rarest type, though common among empaths, and that J at the end is my strongest score, so that also makes the organizing and judging stuff worse.

In numerology I am a double 7, so I actually avoid others rather than be disappointed by them.

All of this makes it worse. Woe is me. Just kidding. The Pisces is still in there and I have a few planets in it too.

I'd bet your Scorpio Sun makes you stronger in resisting. :-)

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/12/15 12:06:44PM
1,185 posts

Sun, Moon, and Rising Sign -- complicated or harmonious?


New Age

Hi BeautyEarth,

EC stands for empath community. :-)

I have Neptune in Libra. My moon is also Libra.

I am very much guilty of the bad Virgo traits listed under #1 on your list above. Yes, I make lists too. I have no memory due to brain damage and drugs I must take, so I'd be lost without them. My Daybook is sacred, lol.

Thanks for the info!

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/12/15 08:01:09AM
1,185 posts

Sun, Moon, and Rising Sign -- complicated or harmonious?


New Age

Turns out my north node is Pisces and my south node is Virgo, the same two as my sun sign and rising sign.

I can see the challenges there, since I live a life due to my husband's business that forces me to use the Virgo a LOT more than I want to, and neglect the Pisces, which I feel called to do and which gives me enjoyment and spiritual joy.

It says the north node should be more developed to advance yourself, so I guess the challenge is to keep my Piscean traits from being overwhelmed by my need to be so Virgo. (No Pisces would voluntarily do what I do for work, but if I don't, we don't eat. Sometimes that is how life is. Hint: don't marry a man who is self-employed with a small business unless you want to run his business 24/7 for no pay).

EC is the only relief I have from work and that is not enough. Time constraints get worse, not less. I am ignoring a huge pile of paperwork right now and will be working until bedtime to pay for being on EC right now. I do not know how to resolve this but now see it must be worked on.

Thanks for the interesting info on nodes.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/12/15 07:42:38AM
1,185 posts

Sun, Moon, and Rising Sign -- complicated or harmonious?


New Age

Hi BeautyEarth,

I have not heard of nodes and will check it out for sure. Thanks for the link. :-)

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/04/15 09:45:49AM
1,185 posts

Object Psychic Experiment #1


Psychic and Paranormal

Robin,

Julie has been dealing with serious family health issues for a long time and that is why she is not here. I'm sure she'd love to be here and we all miss her. Maybe we could send her some prayers......

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/04/15 09:31:37AM
1,185 posts

Object Psychic Experiment #1


Psychic and Paranormal

The stick I saw looked like the one on the far right, but the lighter color of the one just to the left of it.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/04/15 07:16:53AM
1,185 posts

Object Psychic Experiment #1


Psychic and Paranormal

What does a "splaying stick" look like?

A couple pages ago I posted that I saw a monk owner using a stick on it about 3 diameters of a chopstick but a little shorter. Would that fit?

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/28/15 07:01:35PM
1,185 posts

Object Psychic Experiment #1


Psychic and Paranormal

Hi Robin,

Could be Mongolia, but I was leaning more towards Siam or Burma.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/28/15 06:39:35AM
1,185 posts

Object Psychic Experiment #1


Psychic and Paranormal

I got a tiny, older Buddhist monk wearing a dark orange robe. He has dark hair, but is mostly bald with a bad combover. I do not understand why his head is not shaved. Is there a sect which does not require that? He is bending over the bowl, where it sits on a black lacquered shelf a bit below his waist, in a row of shelves from floor to ceiling. He is holding a polished stick in his hand that is the size of about 3 chopsticks, but not as long. I am not sure what it is for. I feel a country west of Japan in SE Asia, but one that was not called by the same name as it is now. It's very hot. I feel it's his job to care for it. It is a revered object.

The only name I see is Sheieko (phonetically pronounced Shyco). Not sure if that is male or female, but it feels female.

Sorry, that is all I'm getting.

P.S. The outfit in your photo is a lot like my lightworker garb. I never thought about the significance of the colors until now.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/25/15 04:54:51PM
1,185 posts

Object Psychic Experiment #1


Psychic and Paranormal

Good point! Maybe cypriot is a reference to Huan being involved in govt.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/25/15 09:03:44AM
1,185 posts

Object Psychic Experiment #1


Psychic and Paranormal

Hovering the mouse did not work for me and never has. I must be doing it wrong or maybe that is a windows thing only. Non-geek here.

I get a name but it makes zero sense for a bowl from Nepal. Juan. I keep hearing Juan. I am thinking maybe Juan lovingly polished the bowl for his master and actually spent more time touching it than the owner, which is why I am picking him up. But what would a Juan be doing in Nepal?

I am also hearing Cypriot. Isn't that word related to Greece?

Either this is a very well-travelled bowl, or more likely, my brain is strung out on wackodoodles today, lol. Pay me no mind.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/24/15 07:04:35AM
1,185 posts

Object Psychic Experiment #1


Psychic and Paranormal

I could be way off, but I got that the circle inside in the center is the sun and the three large circles around it are the orbits of the first 3 planets, stopping with 3 to show that we are on the 3rd one from the sun.

I wish I could see the writing better. To me it looks like it is picturing land and sun movement, a tilt of land or maybe the planet, and maybe even the need to move to a different planet due to the sun's actions. I feel this movement was in the distant past.

That's allI get right now. I'll bet it sings as nice as it looks. :-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/23/15 04:36:43PM
1,185 posts

Cats and Emapths?


Empath

I've always preferred cats and had them most of my life; far too many to count. I had 9 at one time in college.

I've also had 2 hamsters, a parakeet, a cockatiel, a giant Flemish rabbit, and 3 dogs.

Despite loving them all very much, I would've said I prefer cats until we got our rescue Corgi. She had a long term disability like I do, and she helped me by showing me her courage and her big Corgi smile in spite of all she went through. She will always have a special place in my heart as a result.

I do think cats can see spirits though. All of us who've had them know what I am talking about! Of course, in my case, you see nothing but the smile I leave behind, lol........

Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/06/15 11:20:40AM
1,185 posts



The rules of this group are pictures of dead people only, for legal reasons, if you read the rules on the home page for the group, but I don't see why we couldn't ask to change them and I believe Aryi did get permission for us to read other members of this group only. Aryi, do you know which Moderator approved it?

I could sure use a reading right now, but would like confirmation that we have permission before putting my picture up, since I don't want to get banned from EC. It's literally saved my life these past couple of years.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/06/15 10:15:53AM
1,185 posts



I think you'd have to ask a Moderator, but it sounds like fun.

Didn't you get us permission to read each other? I was looking forward to that too.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/06/15 06:52:19AM
1,185 posts

Psychic experiment 58. Just for fun!!!


Psychic and Paranormal

None of the colors I see when I see the days in my mind are my favorites, not even all the shades of green. Even my favorite greens are different ones than what I see for the days.

Could that mean all my days are bad (and my life does tend to suck), because of the colors I see, and if I deliberately work on changing the colors to my favorites, like dark teal, dusty teal, moss green, loden green, periwinkle, spruce, and lilac for example, would my life then improve?

Interesting idea.

I still can't seem to relate the days to notes, except that I tend to like Monday the least, so I will assign that to high C , since I am a tenor and can't hit high C unless someone stomps down on the arch of my foot wearing a stiletto heel, lol. ;-)

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/03/15 07:34:02AM
1,185 posts

Psychic experiment 58. Just for fun!!!


Psychic and Paranormal

I've always seen the days in mind as pretty much the same colors I do now. I've never thought about giving the numbers until you mentioned it.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/03/15 07:29:41AM
1,185 posts



That sounds like you may have an open portal in your homel. I would recommend PMing Paul Fumero with a friend request and asking him about closing portals. He's the only one I know of here with experience doing that. Good luck.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/02/15 02:24:40PM
1,185 posts



Vickybea,

I agree with you. Do whatever you must to get this dark spirit out of your home. I am no expert and only know the things you've already tried. You might try the paranormal group to see if anyone there has more expertise. Sending white source light to surround you. I will also try one more trick I know, but I've never used it on a spirit. Won't hurt to try.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/02/15 02:11:50PM
1,185 posts

Prayers for my little sister


Empath

I'd lost two babies, my uterus and my husband who wanted kids by age 29, so I know how scary this can be.

I am not picking anything up like that here; just saying I can relate.

I am sending white source light to surround your sister with perfect healing and help her along her chosen path.

May God bless her with the best possible outcome.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/02/15 10:36:28AM
1,185 posts



Good idea, E.A.

Let us all send love and light to Cecil to help him with his transition.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/02/15 09:29:39AM
1,185 posts



Dan,

Very good point. I've just lost my best friend of 52 years and my husband is telling me to "just let it go", as if my pulse should not even go up over this. She did something horribly cruel to me in the most hurtful way possible and I am not supposed to feel anything after 52 years of her being like a sister to me? No. Life would be much easier if I could do what he suggests, but what would I learn from that? Maybe others want to be sociopaths, but I don't.

I do wish I could handle things better, but without losing the emotions. There is a difference, but I haven't seen the people who claim to handle emotion better actually doing it in my own life. I see them saying they can when things are fine, then behaving far worse than me when things go poorly for them. Maybe others are far more advanced than I am. I certainly hope so.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/01/15 11:00:28AM
1,185 posts



Dear Paul,

Not offended, just disagree. It serves as a distraction from what Obozo is up to with Jade Helm, but that makes it no less heinous.

We can't do anything about the horrible corruption in Zimbabwe.

You might want look into this man's past felonious history with killing many, many animals for fun and not always legally. But, we can do something about the killer though, and he is clearly a psychopath. Killing food to eat is one thing, killing living beings for fun is psychopathic.

I do not agree a man is worth more than a lion. All God's creatures are sentient and of equal value to me, so I guess you can call me an enivro-nut, or whatever you want. I do not believe humans are even the most sentient creatures on earth. Cetaceans are and I'm not the only one who thinks so.

I would also argue that psychopaths need to be ruthlessly eliminated from the human genome. We cannot afford to have them running this world any longer if any species are to survive. That may offend some people. So be it.

You're my pal, but we'll just have to agree to disagree on this one.

Namaste,

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/01/15 09:50:02AM
1,185 posts

Psychic experiment 58. Just for fun!!!


Psychic and Paranormal

Ecila,

So, I am guessing that is why Mardi Gras is also called Fat Tuesday. I always wondered.....

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/01/15 08:10:37AM
1,185 posts

Psychic experiment 58. Just for fun!!!


Psychic and Paranormal

Hi Robin,

Great idea. :-)

I always see the days as colored and lined up in a row when I go through them in my head anyway. This is how I see them. I will add the first number that comes to mind, but it may not be 1-7.

Sunday is light pink. 8

Monday is yellow ochre. 1

Tuesday is very light gray-green. 2

Wednesday is yellow-orange. 3

Thursday is light green. 4

Friday is very dark green. 5

Saturday is red. 7

Green is my favorite color, so I guess all the green makes some sense.

These are not rainbow colors but they are what I see in my mind when I'm trying to count days without a calendar in front of me. Strange, I know and not much of a rainbow.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/31/15 01:56:36PM
1,185 posts



This also made me angry and sick. That man has to be a psychopath and his guides are just as guilty.

If you have not done so, please go to YouTube and watch the video clip of Jimmy Kimmel on Cecil the Lion. It has gone viral, so it should be on your front page somewhere when you go to YouTube. It is excellent, probably sums up what most of us think, and it also gives you a link to go to where you can do something good to help prevent this horror from happening in the future.

I believe there are also petitions to have the killer put in prison on both Aavaz.org and change.org.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/29/15 09:54:09AM
1,185 posts

just tossing this out there....


Empath

Ecila is right that we can create thought forms if we give them enough power. I have no idea if that is the case here....

What I want to suggest is that you send a PM to Trevor here at EC. He is a professional Energy Healer who does energy healing on EC members for free as a service to all of us here. I can testify that he is quite good at figuring out where something is coming from.

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/24/15 11:54:30AM
1,185 posts



Hi Dwayne,

I tend to think that everything has an effect on everything else, so why not numbers? I haven't seen any studies on whether numerology really fits people or not, but would like to see them, if they exist.

I am both a Life Path 7 and a Karmic Path 7, which is "the spiritual loner" and makes me the poster child for self-isolation, and that fits me to a tee, FWIW.

Why not find out online (you can easily do it for free) what your important numbers are and see if they fit you.....might be a good place to start your search.

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/23/15 02:35:14PM
1,185 posts



Hi Dwayne,

Yep, it's a sad fact that you can't solve a problem until you understand it. I know plenty of people who refuse to hear anything depressing. A cop out, IMO.

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/23/15 07:26:46AM
1,185 posts



And I would agree and include most large corporations in that along with our govts., several of which have higher bottom lines than most countries. The conventional medical system in America as well could not be more cruelly run if it tried, and it's trying. I guess we're veering into politics and that is not allowed here, so I will shut up and go eat my breakfast now.

Have hope,

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/22/15 08:18:11AM
1,185 posts



VERY good points, Snake, thanks for expressing them so well.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/21/15 08:59:33PM
1,185 posts

Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

EA,

I hope it's not too depressing for you. Remember, the light always wins eventually.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/21/15 10:45:55AM
1,185 posts

My first event for Empaths!


Empath

This is fabulous and I hope it exceeds expectations.

Wish I didn't live so far away.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/20/15 03:57:39PM
1,185 posts

Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

Hi Daydra,

No problem at all. I hope you get your answers! :-)

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/20/15 03:44:28PM
1,185 posts

Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

Darn it all. Very sorry. It's called "Reptilians Exist. Here's Why. Part 6", or you can just go to YouTube and put in "Stewart Swerdlow & Reptilians Part 6" or maybe "George Noory radio show, Stewart Swerdlow". One of those should do it. I wonder why I have so much trouble making those links work? Computers hate me. :-(

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/20/15 01:44:56PM
1,185 posts

Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

EA and anyone else interested,

Here is the shortest video I could find on the Lyran and Draco history together. It is half an hour and is part 6 of a Coast To Coast radio show with George Noory broadcast a few years ago. I hope it is okay to put the link in, since there is no selling, it's just an interview with Stewart Swerdlow. I can vouch for some of it, including the embryo science, but not all. I have no idea if that invasion part is true, though I've heard it is to be used a last resort from several other sources. The ones I fight have always been the brown, lower caste ones. https://youtu.be/v-Ti7rie7RE

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/20/15 11:05:07AM
1,185 posts

Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

Hi EA,

I don't know the answer to the first question and every researcher seems to differ. The majority opinion of those who believe they are here at all, and many don't, is that they live underground on bases where they work with the secret government within our government. They cannot stay on our surface for long. Their hybrids walk above ground however, and the 13 families of hybrids run this world, which is why it's such a looney bin. I am not talking about the puppets we elect, who must agree to serve them and their religion, but the puppet masters, ie. The Rothschilds, The Rockefellers, The Windsors, the Warhburgs, The Bushes, The Oppenheimers, The Van Duynes, and others. You can easily find the full list of them by looking up "the 13 bloodlines". This is where the "divine right of kings" to rule idea came from.

There are also those who believe the Dracos can't stay in 3rd density for long since they are from lower 4th density. Then there are the optimists who believe we've woken up enough that we have ascended to lower 4th density already.

All the expert researchers in this have differing opinions. Plenty of interesting videos on YouTube if you're interested. Try David Icke, John Lash, Michael Tsarion, and Jordan Maxwell for starters. My personal faves are Icke and Maxwell.

As far as my planet, it's pretty much like I said: very tiny, covered in thick spruce forest with little to no grasses, which is what happens in all undisturbed forests, lots of lakes for water. It is very clean, with so few people living there. It is small, about 1/5 the size of earth, and the sunlight at it's brightest is about like living on our Canadian border, due to the two small red stars, as opposed to our one larger yellow one. It has no moons. The weather is on the dry side with lows in the 40's and highs in the 70's year round.

I wish I could pick up more info on how we fed ourselves, but Lyrans have vibrated high enough to go without food for so long, I can't seem to get any info that far back.

If you have any specific questions, please ask and I'll answer IF I know the answer. A lot of our history was wiped out along with most of our population.

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/19/15 08:24:01AM
1,185 posts

Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

Hi Daydra,

My gut is telling me you're from the Sirius star system, with maybe a little Arcturian ancestry mixed in, due to space travel by your ancestors. Sirius is also known as "the dog star". Michael Tellinger does some excellent videos on YouTube about them. You can also look up Creedo Mutwa, who is an African elder and keeper of the knowledge about them, and The Dogon people, who are able to draw accurate star maps of where they came from, without ever having seen a telescope, for more fascinating info on the Sirian legacy here. Don't just take my word for it though.....

You can also try asking your spirit guides in meditation, or try lucid dreaming. It takes practice, but it does work. I don't know how much contact you've had with your guides.....So you don't get side tracked like I did at first, don't forget when addressing spirit guides to ask them 3 times if they are of the light. If they do not respond, or say no, shut them out immediately. There appears to be some kind of universal law that they must tell the truth about that.

If any of what you learn feels right to you, then you can spend a few minutes just free associating in your mind, letting pictures and thoughts flow, and if you keep coming up with the same info day after day when you do that, you are probably onto something, and can go from there.

Good luck on your adventures. :-)

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/19/15 08:18:22AM
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Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

Paul,

I did not know that about Jupiter...good news. I don't know about the black queen either, except that the dark headquarters in this solar system is supposed to be on Saturn.

I also thought the bad guys lived underground here on huge bases where they work with our black budget govt., exchanging technology that has allowed the elite to build a breakaway civilization we know nothing about, in return for abduction experiments on us and other things I won't mention as they are just too awful, but I'm sure you know what I'm talking about.

I suspect they were not completely eliminated by the Federation for the same reason we did not eliminate smallpox when we had the chance. There is always that feeling that we might regret it later for some reason unknown to us now.

Then there is the theory they are needed and are just playing a role and we are being tested on earth to see if we can raise our vibration above where they can harm us, and thus qualify to join the advanced galactic community.

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/18/15 09:11:22PM
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Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

Paul,

I've not heard the good ones called nagas and will have to look into that. Thanks. I try to send the dark ones back to source, but if they resist, I also powder them.

I had heard the bad lizzies had 3 domes they live under on Venus now, since they have 3 classes, what we would call races, and do not mix among them, but that humans had once lived there when the sun and climate were different, just as with Mars. Do you recall a life on Venus?

Off to bed now. Have a good night.

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/18/15 03:40:51PM
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Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

Hi Paul,

The Dracos had lost a war to contain their constant belligerence. We had no military, since we'd long gone beyond the use of weaponry or any wars. What was left of them were isolated in a corner of the galaxy, rather than having their species destroyed completely, the thinking being that they'd be too far away to do anyone damage. They rebuilt their military and went out to conquer. They are naturally psychopathic. They slaughtered everyone on all of our many inhabited planets who could not get away in time. The few people there now are descendants of those who got away and whose progeny returned much later. I've read that not all Reptilians are bad like them, but they are the only ones I've ever seen so I don't know. Have you had contact with good ones?

C.Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
07/17/15 11:31:08AM
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Does anyone else feel earth is not your home planet?


Empath

Hi all,

I was asked by a friend here to share my story and think it will be interesting to see how many others feel the same. If some of you think I'm nuts, that's okay. ;-)

I feel strongly I am not originally a Terran, but am from the constellation Lyra, on a tiny Mercury sized planet called Chiktalit, as best as it can be translated to English. Lyrans are known as "cat people", as we are humanoids with cat-like faces. My eyes, for example, are called brown, but there is almost no brown in them. They are really a yellow ochre color with only a copper ring around the pupil.

I am a light-warrior, not a light-worker, and feel that is due to the remaining Lyrans being chased here by the Dracos, from the constellation Alpha-Draconis, who had slaughtered most of my people and were determined to finish us off. The Dracos who came are now in league with the darker Terrans to destroy human freedom, and I feel I am here along with many others to help try to ensure that they don't succeed.

However, I've also read that earth is the penal colony of the universe, where all the bad actors are sent to get rid of them, so maybe I was just a very bad girl, lol. It would certainly explain a lot about this looney bin of a planet!

Could this be my imagination? Sure, but I tend to trust it partly because I had an overwhelming love of cats from birth, despite not having any as a child, and long before I received any of this information. The minute I left home, I soon had nine cats! I also tend to trust it because if I were going to imagine a utopia, it would not have some of the things I do not like about my home planet, and there are several.

For one thing, I like to be warm. My home planet circles two, small red dwarf stars and has no tilt on it's axis, so it is always between 40 and 70 degrees fahrenheit. I need a sweater below 78 degrees here. I am much healthier there and could stand it easier. I feel my ill health is partly because I'm not designed for Terra.

I live in a one room cabin in a spruce forest on a small lake. There are only between 200-250 people left on my planet, so we have plenty of privacy. The trees at home are almost all blue spruce with very little diversity, and obviously different than on earth, where spruces like much colder temperatures. The entire planet is forest and lakes, no oceans or grasslands. I know every detail of this cabin like the back of my hand and can easily describe every object in it.

I have a guardian dog there which I did not want, but I can't make him disappear, another thing I would not choose if I imagined a utopian home. I love dogs, but this is a huge, tan bloodhound, and I do not like cleaning up slobber, which hounds tend to do. It turns out he does not slobber, stays on the big porch all the time, and does not need food at all, so he is some kind of other entity that looks like a bloodhound and I know he's there as a companion and protector. I've come to love him and he goes with me for long walks around the lake. His name is Bruno.

I go there in meditation often and hope to be able to return there after this life, which has been very hard on me.

Does anyone else here feel this way? If so, please tell us your stories.......

Cheshire Cat


updated by @cheshire-cat: 01/29/17 09:13:23PM
Cheshire Cat
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07/17/15 10:47:35AM
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Hi Gene,

What an EXCELLENT subject.

I am a former psychiatric social worker and could not agree with you more. Every study I am aware of shows that EQ has far more to do with success in life than IQ.

For example, I have an IQ in the top 2%, but I would rate my EQ at only about 4, mostly due to my hyper-sensitivity, and partly due to brain damage I have, which makes it very much harder to control my anger.

The brain damage came after my career was over, thank God. In my former profession, a high EQ is a must, and I would have rated myself a 9 back then.

As for why this is not taught in school, most really important things in life are not taught in school, and I do believe it is to keep us dumb and obedient. How about household budgeting? How money works? Basic ethics? How to recognize the major mental illnesses? Personality types and how to make a good match? If they taught us how money and the federal reserve bank works, that alone could cause a revolution tomorrow, so don't hold your breath. Often, the argument is parents should teach this,but how can they when they don't know it either?

I am guessing and generalizing now, so please nobody take offense, that most advanced empaths who've learned to control their gift will have high EQs, but beginners like me, who only realized I was one two years ago, may have lower ones, due to that over-reactive sensitivity we have not yet brought under our control.

Cheshire Cat


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