September 13, 2009
Troy Tolley, Channel
MICHAEL SPEAKS – Open Floor
[Michael Entity] Hello to each of you. We are here. We will begin with the first question.
[Question] I’m curious about how Essences organize concurrents these days, with so many, in terms of ETs, TCs, etc. Seems like a lot of threads to keep untangled, can’t wrap my brain around it. It’s not “normal” in human history to have so many concurrents as we do now, is that right? Confused and curious.
[Excerpt from TT: 2009-09-13]
[Question] Right now we are in a period of ‘mercury retrograde’. All sorts of problems/issues involving communications, electronics, transportation, etc. are blamed on ‘mercury retrograde’. How much, if any, does the ‘appearance’ of a planet revolving in reverse direction around the sun really have? Is this a real influence or is this a case of ‘finding something because you are looking for it’? Or do we ‘create’ these incidents by our expectations?
[Excerpt from TT: 2008-05-14]
[Question] What does a Fragment experience differently when born prematurely (with no major health issues) in contrast to a “normal” birth – and why is this sometimes chosen?
[Michael Entity] The moment of the first breath is important to some fragments with very specific interests in the astrological configurations at the time. The moment of birth, whether delayed or premature or “on time,” has great importance in terms of body type and general karmic configurations and plans. All fragments learn to consider the astrological configurations as part of the dynamic that helps or hinders the implementation of life plans, though both Infant and Oldest souls do tend to just “wing it.” They do so for very different reasons.
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May 14, 2008
Troy Tolley, Channel
Michael Speaks – Open Floor
[Michael Entity] Hello to everyone. We are here. We will respond to your questions now. We will begin.
[Question] Recently in a private session Michael commented on dogs and how to best care for them, their purpose, and so forth [NOTE: see end of transcript for that piece]. It was quite informative. Would you please respond similarly with regard to cats? Thank you!
[Michael Entity] Again, we can share with you what we perceive as being a general consideration of priorities for the well-being of this domesticated version of Felidae, but we make it clear as well that these generalities may not hold true for all cats.