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Christina
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05/14/02 00:25 AM


Red Elk Interview
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Greetings,

I came across an interview with Red Elk today that nourished my heart, mind and soul and thought maybe some of you would get something out of it too. It is a whopping 6 pages long, and I'm not finished reading it myself, but it is definitley worth the time -- Red Elk is amazing! Humorous, humble and wise...

http://www.spectrumnews10.com/html/Red-Elk.html

With love, C




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HollySW
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05/15/02 01:38 AM


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Christina,

Thank you for posting this site, it was great!!

blessings to you,

Holly




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Jules
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05/15/02 05:08 PM


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wow




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Christina
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05/15/02 07:48 PM


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LOL!!! Julio you are famous for short-but-sweet replies, but this takes the cake!!!

Love you, C

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Holly,

I am glad you liked this too! I'm still not through reading it myself, but as with anything tasty, I am chewing slowly...mmm...

Smiles, C




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germanspirit35
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05/15/02 08:31 PM


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thanks cristina for this link, I have been reading it slowly, and I really am enjoying it...........
thanks
with love light and spirit
karola

To love is to share our light with everyone
To evolve.......is to return " home"


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Jules
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05/16/02 08:56 AM


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hey chrissy. well it was short and sweet as my brain was buzzing out. started to read the red elk stuff and got to the 4th page and decided to check the time....1.30am!!!.....oh my god.the kids have school in the morning.

then i couldnt sleep anyway and the rain was pouring down. seemed like i was in a time warp and the few hours of the night seemed to go on forever. if each moment is eternal, then there were qiute a few eternal moments all strung together last night.!!

i really dont get into the stuff about repenting or u get your bum smacked.... and the bit about the reptilians and the slopeheads reminded me of the movie time machine which was just remade. so far what he says sits pretty confortably. love julio




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Christina
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05/16/02 07:13 PM


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LOL!! I had the same "problem" although for me it was "Oops! I gotta make dinner for these guys!!"

I agree about the Bible smacking thing, and the gods (with a little g) thing is always questionable, but some of the stuff that he says just hit the spot that says "YES!!!" Interesting reading nonetheless...maybe I will post some of his messages that were "spot on" for me...

Love, C




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Christina
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05/21/02 07:23 PM


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Greetings,

I just wanted to share a message in Red Elk's interview that hit home for me:

Red Elk: And I’ll guarantee you: a man who lays down gets up a lot slower than a man who falls down. And we all fall, we all fail. But the guy who falls down, gets up quick, and he starts attacking that stone. In time, in time, as you grow, that rock will only make you falter, as you walk through it. You no longer have to go around it, above it, or under it. You grow so spiritually strong, it just holds you there for a few moments. And you just say: “Ah, come on, this is just an illusion; this is meant to slow me down from growing spiritually, to Dad, and in Dad. (God)” And I’m just going to have to bypass it. I’m going to bypass it this time by walking through it! And when you get to that stage in your life, in your spiritual growth, boy, I tell you, it’s fun. And you get bigger and bigger rocks thrown there.

Rick Martin: (Laughter)

Red Elk: Yeah, but it makes you grow stronger and stronger and stronger. And then the world looks at you and says: “How could you laugh at that terrible thing that happened to you?”

“Ah, shoot, piece of cake.” You understand what I mean?

Rick Martin: Yes.

Red Elk: There is no bad, brother, none whatsoever. It’s only how you look at it. I’m not saying things are not horrible and won’t happen, or don’t happen; they do. But it is meant for you to grow, spiritually.


With love, C





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AndrewMac
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05/24/02 11:48 PM


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Christina,

I finally got to this. The interview is HUGE!!! I think I must have printed close to 90 pages.

Thanks for the link. Something else to read while I'm on vacation. I appreciate it.

Andrew

May there be peace throughout the world.


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Jules
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05/29/02 02:09 AM


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hey christina. i found the red elk interview interesting information, partly as i am on the pathway of the elk. and it has provided some insights that are incubating. my however is that it explains much of the forgotten past and added extra dimensions to our life on earth (literally) but it doesnt really take the reader out of the human predicament. there is no raising of consciousness or upliftment, in that we can collectively alter or determine what is to eventuaute. then perhaps that is not his role? anyways some thoughts i have had. love jules




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Christina
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05/29/02 08:04 PM


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Julio,

Hmm...yah...well he does seem to say that when the gods (with a little g -- aka aliens) come back we are pretty much screwed. Either you get enslaved by the bad guys, or get somewhat rescued by the good guys (who have their own agenda too), or if you are really, really lucky you go down into the underworld for who knows how long...until the s**t stops hitting the fan up here the surface. He points out that preparing in the way of survival gear and food is pretty useless, but that preparing spiritually is the only thing that will really save your butt in the end -- although gaining knowledge of how to put a stick into the ground so that it grows a fruit tree, or turning polluted water into fresh water is essential to learn.

Anyhow that's what came to me -- still doesn't offer much eh? I don't know...I am not sure who to believe when it comes to the end of the begining...I just put my trust in the fact that it will all happen how it's supposed to for me and just keep seeking spiritual knowledge and understanding -- that's all I can really do...

With love, C




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Deandra
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05/30/02 05:23 PM


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Red Elk: "And I’m just going to have to bypass it. I’m going to bypass it this time by walking through it! And when you get to that stage in your life, in your spiritual growth, boy, I tell you, it’s fun. And you get bigger and bigger rocks thrown there."

And then what? ....and bigger and bigger and bigger rocks?. Pebbles to Boulders to Mountains of difficulty? Every time we become stronger we suffer a more intense difficulty? Jesus suffered more than anyone. I suppose when our soul reaches the level of christ we will have to endure that agony to finally have eternal bliss? This is something that has always bothered me. Id like to believe that suffering is a temporary part of existence that will be eliminated someday.. that we dont just continue to get spiritually stronger and stronger through suffering on through eternity. Sorry, I just have issues with this.

Peace,
Deandra


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Christina
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05/30/02 10:36 PM


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Deandra,

Nice to meet you. No apologies necessary -- we all have issues with things and you brought up a good point. I think that what he is trying to convey is that even though bigger rocks get thrown our way, they become easier and easier to deal with. So whereas a small pebble may have tripped one up in the beginning of the spiritual journey, eventually even the biggest ones -- mountains even will not phase the spiritual warrior. Everyone is bound to have rocks thrown on their path, but those who are spiritually in shape will be able to overcome them. Becoming stronger is a natural by-product of living! The more aware you are the more prepared you are... Have you ever seen one of those Eco-challenges? It's like a triatholon held in the most intense places. The people that compete in them get put through the ringer, but they keep going...it's challenging and most of all it's rewarding! They push themselves to the limit and even though it is hard as hell it's fun. That's what life is like at times, but hey you only get stronger, and soon enough those mountains ain't nothin! So don't get discouraged -- just keep on keepin on...like Red Elk said "the man who lays down gets up a lot slower than the man who falls down"...

I hope that helps -- just my interpretation and take on it.

With love, C




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AndrewMac
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06/04/02 09:06 PM


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Well, I must say, generally, that I was underwhelmed by most of the interview, at least the parts that I managed to read. The message was interesting in places, but I can certainly see why his presence/message was frustrating to Art Bell.

I cannot agree with the premise that we must suffer, and the we are food for aliens. The stuff about Lucifer was a bit trite, too. It's just not for me. I read about a third of it, got just plain disgusted with the manner of presentation and aspects of the message, and tossed the whole works in the recycling bin.

Andrew

May there be peace throughout the world.


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HollySW
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06/05/02 01:25 AM


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Andrew,

Please don't mince words, tell us what you really thought about the article!!
I appreciate your direct honesty and thanks for the laugh!

blessings,

Holly




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Rochelle
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06/16/02 04:50 AM


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Ok, I'm just gonna say it.....he's wacko!

On another note, I found some of his ideas interesting, and that he is a bridge of some sort between "Indian world" and non-Indian world....He has created quite a fascinating universe for himself. It's not my universe, but it gave me pause to think about how different anothers world can be from my own.
love,
rochelle

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