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(Karra covers a lot of ground during her time channeling with first describing herself and then how she heals by helping the patient to heal themselves. She moves on to a recent successful hand transplant recently on this planet as well as cloning experiments taking place in South Korea. That leads to a talk about combining the two.) 

Karra: okay, let us throw open the floor as we have a honored guest and answer questions. First of all I will say that I am an ambassador, my primary enjoyment in life is healing. I was educated I believe you would say the University of Sirius as a healer, I have field medicine experience, my main passions are herbals……..herbs and using energy flows and energy crystals. I also have a good grounding in basic medicine, basic healing overall such as how to set a bone, how to reattach appendages, how to stitch skin back together, that kind of stuff, poultices, herbs, their effects…..how to redirect energy, how to heal by using the person’s own healing ability. They say you have an interest in that don’t you?

Laura: I do?

Karra: uh-huh, what would you like to know? Pick my brain. Feel free, it’s my brain, it’s mine to offer.

Laura: how do you use your own healing power?

Karra: for example, let’s say I wanted to heal Skip and he couldn't do it on his own. What I would do is by going through certain rituals, I’m using his energy to bring it up to a higher frequency or if my frequency is lower to a lower frequency that matches mine and mine alters to match his so that you meet somewhere in the middle from a higher or a lower to a point that is common ground. And what you do is by using certain rituals for example bowls of water, cleansing your hands and the belief that they have that you can heal them, by them believing that you can heal them, you can heal them but in actual fact they’re healing themselves. That’s a trade secret actually. As a healer, you heal the patient by getting them to heal themselves, by talking them through and them believing that you can get them…..that they can get you to heal them, they’re healing themselves but you’re speeding up the process. There are various rituals and beliefs and you play on those beliefs that they can speed up the healing process. If a person believes that for example distilled water will cure them of what ails them, it will, it will speed up the process. You see the most powerful tool for healing is the person’s own mind so that’s the first step of healing is getting them to use their mind. Now of course there are incidences where they lack in belief and lack in the feeling that they can heal themselves so you have to find what they think will heal them. Whether it’s technology, whether it’s eating certain foods, doing certain activities and in doing so you're again getting them to heal themselves. Even though you’re using your knowledge to put them on the right path, they’re doing the actual work but you’re also doing the work, you can’t have one without the other. Does that help?

Laura: yes, thank you for your insight.

Karra: oh no problem, feel free to ask any questions as I said, pick my brain. After all, it is my brain……

Russ: two doctors who were talking about some medicine.....

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: they had been researching and giving out to test subjects and the medicines were a combination of four different ingredients and they had the initials EOP and H…..

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and one doctor gave it to them as the EOP or EOPH and he was getting 20% recovery rates or success rates whereas the other doctor was giving them out in another form and getting 80%. Well the doctor with the 20% asked the guy with the 80% how is it working, how are you getting so much? And he spelled it out by telling them I am giving them hope. Who knows?

Skip: sweetheart?

Karra: yes?

Skip: I’ve got a question to ask.

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: we seen on the net today wasn’t it? About the first limb transplant in American history.

Karra: uh-huh.

Laura: oh yeah, first arm transplant I think.

Skip: hand transplant?

Laura: yeah.

Skip: yeah, hand transplant. Will this take?

Karra: yes.

Skip: good, great.

Karra: there will be difficulties at first and the hand transplant may or may not be successful. I watched that with interest myself actually, I heard about it yesterday.

Skip: okay because we seen it today on the net.

Karra: yeah and I have suspicions about this particular one but yes it is a transplant but there are so many problems connected with it.

Skip: yeah.

Karra: whether or not they have full motor skills in the hand is something that is yet to be seen. But in time as the technology improves because there’s a lot of just more than grafting and connecting the arteries and everything else, the first question that I have is once the healing is done, will the limb have the full range of motions?

Skip: and what about the nerves?

Karra: will it have touch?

Skip: yeah.

Karra: will it have the ability to feel heat and cold? It’s going to feel warm……actually the best person to talk about that is somebody that's experienced it firsthand and if you want we can send out a request for her.

Skip: you talking about Lyka?

Karra: uh-huh, you remember her leg incident?

Skip: yes I do but there’s no sense in sending for her, we can talk to her at a later time.

Karra: well she's going to be here until the end of June.

Skip: oh okay fine, we can talk to her later, that’s fine.

Karra: okay, no problem.

Skip: okay now, there’s one other question I need to ask you….

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: and this is a personal question……

Karra: okay.

Skip: and I want to find out is by me using my power as much as I have been…..

Karra: uh-huh, are you depleting it?

Skip: well I want to find out if I’m depleting it or increasing it?

Karra: increasing it yes but depleting, how can you deplete something that is renewable?

Skip: this is true, this is true. I wasn’t worried about the depletion, I was kind of wondering about the….

Karra: increase?

Skip: increase because I’ve been practicing more with it.

Karra: you always increase, the more you use something the more it increases.

Skip: okay.

Karra: it’s like, what's the phrase? When you work out you increase your muscle strength and your stamina, it’s the same.

Skip: uh-huh okay all right.

Karra: however, you can deplete it temporarily.

Skip: but it will rebuild?

Karra: yes, it will renew itself.

Skip: yeah, from the energy of the earth, yeah.

Laura: I have a question.

Karra: yes.

Laura: okay I had an experience about a year ago…….

Karra: uh-huh.

Laura: where I felt two different shifts of energy leave me and at the same time my image was appearing at somebody else’s side without me knowing I was there. Can you tell me what that was?

Karra: that would be accidental astral travel, well accidental astral projection.

Laura: okay, how can I avoid it?

Karra: it’s not actually my field, you'd have to talk to our resident astral travel expert (Tia). Unfortunately she’s busy trying to catch somebody at the moment.

Laura: okay, thank you anyhow.

Karra: no problem, I can give you a brief answer. What is happening is that you’re probably at a point where you wanted to project and were thinking about that particular person and you’re thinking about them intensely and have intense feelings for them and you’re projecting an image to their location even though you’re not actually going there yourself or aware of astral traveling there.

Laura: yes, uh-huh.

Karra: that’s my best guess, if we could get ahold of our overactive, playful feline, she would give you a full explanation in great detail but at the moment her ears are twitching and she’s in hot pursuit which should be fun to watch. Any more questions? I need to…….

Russ: I just had one more.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: apparently the South or the Koreans have said they are working on cloning of humans.

Skip: yes.

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: is it possible that what they’re talking about now that they’re able to transplant, is it possible that the two sciences might be merging in the future?

Karra: very probable, very probable. Skip’s response is yes, genetically they would be identical to the original genetic material, to the original genetic person. However, to clone exactly, they would have to experience everything that that person had experienced environmentally…..

Skip: uh-huh.

Russ: there's a a lot of moral problems on that one.

Laura: oh yes, yes.

Karra: but the moral problems on their own are unimportant, the cloning of somebody for example a clone is not an identical replicant of the person. For example, we could not have a hundred identical Russ’ because they would all have to experience exactly the same thing.

Skip: and that’s almost impossible.

Karra: that’s correct. You could clone 20 people altogether and have those 20 experience everything together but the thought processes and the actions and everything and their responses would be different because each person has a hundred or a thousand different ways of responding to one particular event.

Skip: uh-huh.

Laura: well what would the purpose of this cloning be?

Karra: let’s say let’s take somebody from your country, Albert Einstein no, he was Austrian wasn’t he?

Skip: uh-hmm.

Laura: I’m not sure.

Karra: yeah, I think he was Austrian. Okay, from your area.

Laura: okay.

Skip: yeah.

Karra: okay and you clone a hundred Albert Einsteins, think of the thinking capability of a hundred Albert Einstein’s.

Skip: yeah that would be fantastic.

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: yeah that would be fantastic.

Laura: that would be therefore ethical? Uh-uh.

Skip: no I don’t think so.

Laura: no.

Skip: morally wrong as far as I could see.

Laura: yes, yes totally.

Karra: actually, actually you have talked to a clone frequently. Tia is a clone of herself, she has her original consciousness but her body is a clone.

Skip: now wait a minute….

Laura: can you explain that one?

Karra: what happened was that she was experimenting on her home in her own dimension with dimensional jumps. That’s pulling her body through to a different dimension and she succeeded apart from her body went into shock, there was severe trauma to her body which made it impossible to heal it but her consciousness and her heart rate and her mental processes slowed down to the point of almost stopping and we were unable to retrieve and reactivate it so what we basically did was took her genetic material, copied it, forced a clone which is a little bit shaky to do if you can force an accelerated clone there are so many different possibilities that could happen and go wrong and then we used a kind of…..the best way to describe it is that we inserted a disk, a computer disk and took out all of her consciousness and then reprogrammed it into her new body.

Skip: okay now……

Karra: that’s the easiest way to explain it.

Skip: in your dimension…..

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: this is feasible.

Karra: yes, it’s tricky.

Skip: in our dimension, not hardly.

Karra: it’s impossible in your dimension. In ours, it is a high risk.

Skip: yeah but in our dimension it’s impossible……

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: to do what you’ve done in your dimension.

Karra: well for us we’ve done it probably a grand total of I would say a 1,000 times.

Skip: yeah.

Karra: we’ve succeeded in probably only a hundred.

Skip: wow, that’s not a very good average.

Karra: yeah and once you do the transfer of consciousness, if it isn't successful, you lose both.

Skip: yeah, yeah you would.

Russ: does it have to do with the person being transferred whether they want to transfer or not that would make it successful?

Karra: pretty much so yes.

Laura: free will.

Karra: pretty much so, they’ve got to be acceptable of what’s going on and really desire to continue in that life form.

Skip: free will, just like you said….

Karra: uh-huh.

Skip: free will.

Karra: and Tia fortunately had an incredible desire.

Skip: oh.

Karra: her first desire was that she wanted her body back and to get back home but once she learned that she couldn’t, then it was sort of like, “okay let’s make the best of the situation.”

Skip: uh-huh, uh-huh.

Karra: and she’s probably even more happier now than she was on her home planet. She misses it.

Skip: I’m sure she does.

Karra: okay, next question.

Russ: that's all for me.

Skip: I think that’ll suffice, how about you darling?

Laura: me as well.

Karra: okay.

Russ: thank you love.

Skip: thank you, thank you.

Laura: thank you.