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(Karra reflects on the questions if increasingly devastating storms like Hurricane Mitch could be a result of other things than global warming such as the photon cloud or an increase in the earth’s wobble.) 

Karra: okay…….

Russ: hello sweetheart.

Karra: okay I’m told to split myself in two that I will do a part now and then a part later if we have time.

Russ: okay.

Skip: oh okay.

Karra: okay?

Skip: that’s fine.

Karra: first of all I will answer questions.

Russ: all right love, relating to Tia’s dissertation, working on the hurricane down in South America or the storms in South America I should say that caused so much damage.........

Karra: there haven’t been any storms down in South America.

Russ: no Mitch, hurricane Mitch? Oh wait it was……

Karra: Central America hon.

Russ: Central America sorry.

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: yeah.

Russ: right. I got an email from a gentleman who was curious about the ramifications of this from a Ashtar Command point of view or at least Hades Base point of view since this would be the same thing pretty much.

Karra: well there’s not much that we can do to aid as much as we would like to. All's we can do is observe and watch and analyze. It certainly is a very, very sad of state of affairs but I think that dovetails with Tia’s comments about the fact that the global changes on the weather front?

Russ: ahh.

Karra: little play on words there……..it's a good example. Your planet really doesn’t know what changes are natural and not natural. They can certainly speculate but Tia pointed out very accurately that the changes can happen very fast.

Russ: uh-huh. Are there any outside effects that could be causing this though or is this just a natural effect of what happens? For example like say the photon cloud or…..

Karra: no not really, the photon cloud is not normally such a strong effect on a planet scale, it’s more of a spiritual kind of effect. Certainly it can increase weather pressures but to that extent......what's it? Was it class five?

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: to that extent, I don’t think so. The only thing that I would see would be an increase in frequencies of storms and not so much the severity.

Russ: okay. How about anything to do with say for example magnetic changes in the earth’s core…..

Karra: well your magnetic changes are a normal fluctuation, the fluctuations that your planet goes through are perfectly normal and natural.

Russ: hmm okay. Skip?

Skip: darling is it true that the axis of this planet is continuing to drift more and more?

Karra: I’m not quite sure what you mean.

Skip: well it’s 20……..what’s it? 21° off center right now?

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: and it’s supposedly by some people’s calculations continuing to tip further and further and further?

Karra: no I don’t think so. There is a certain amount of truth to it that if you look at your planet, the axis, it does wobble and it will increase and it will decrease. To say 21° is an average…..

Skip: uh-huh, uh-huh.

Karra: it can be anywhere from 28 to 17°.

Skip: okay.

Karra: so certainly yes people are correct when they say that it does slide but if you were to think about it, let’s say that it was to tip all the way over so that they went from let’s say it was at zero and it rotated to 180 right? That means that the top part would get all the sunlight and the bottom part wouldn't get any sunlight. If you look at your archaeological records you will see no sign of that at all.

Skip: okay, okay because that stuck in my mind from when I was going to school, of course times have changed.

Karra: yes.

Skip: so has technology.

Karra: but the crust will slip and slide.

Skip: well that’s because it’s made out of plates.

Karra: yeah and it is possible that it could slip quite considerably but the axis will stay in the same place.

Skip: okay, all right that answered my question thank you.

Karra: but if you look at it kind of let’s say Antarctica and the South pole as the point, if that slips then it looks like the South pole has shifted when in actual fact it stays in the exact same place.

Skip: uh-huh.

Karra: within the normal wobble of your planet.

Skip: okay, all right. Because I remember that from school when they was talking about it. It’s the same people that have said that the warming of the planet is happening, in other words the alarmists.

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: okay? The alarmists.

Karra: it is quite possible that your planet is warming but as Tia said it’s perfectly natural.

Skip: uh-huh.

Russ: now is it possible, because I know you guys have studied our planet for long time.......

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: that the wobble occurred due to the comet hit that wiped out the dinosaurs?

Karra: it’s possible, it's possible. You’re talking about something that happened before we were here.

Russ: right.

Karra: we haven’t been watching that long. What’s it about 3 million years ago? Not three, 300 million years ago?

Russ: yeah.

Karra: a little bit before our time.

Skip: okay question on something like that, wouldn’t the gyro centrifugal force of this planet settle it back down after something struck it?

Karra: yes, I would say it would but I’m making a guess.

Skip: I mean that would make sense.

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: that would be the law of physics really.

Karra: yes, I mean there is a certain amount of wobble if you watch a gyroscope…...

Skip: still left.

Karra: yeah but I think it is part of the natural phenomenon, your planet has been struck and hit so many times that it’s really hard to say.

Russ: interesting. Okay so then one more thing on disasters…..

Karra: cheerful subject huh? 

Russ: cheerful indeed. The long-term economic and physical effects in the Central American region where this storm hit, any projections that you can offer off the top of your head dear?

Karra: banana prices will go up.

Russ: yeah I can imagine that would be true.

Karra: uh-huh. Probably quite a few of the products that come from that area the prices will go up.

Skip: yeah, because of supply and demand.

Karra: uh-huh. 

Skip: yeah.

Karra: it depends how much aid is sent. When you have an area that is focused on so few crops that are so easy to damage then you’ve got the problems. They don’t have the diverseability to chop and change from one product to another so there’s definitely severe problems there.

Skip: well isn't our coffee from there?

Karra: I think that’s farther South I believe.

Russ: yeah.

Skip: it's what?

Russ: it's a little further South, Colombia….

Karra: Columbia, Bolivia…..

Russ: hmm, interesting.

Karra: uh-huh. Okay, I’ll be back.

Russ: okay.

Skip: okay.