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An Overview on Cetacea

[Excerpt from TT: 2009-10-11]

[Question] Hello, Michael. Based on the Teachings we’ve received so far, I cannot validate the truth of whether or not Cetaceans are an ensouled family of animals for a number of reasons:

…1) Michael has said that Cetacea are a transplanted group of Essences who are finishing off their Grand Cycles started elsewhere, but nearly gone extinct due to technological/civilization abuses. Also, their ensoulment started prior to humans.

…When did cetaceans first ensoul on earth?

Full Transcript: 2005-06-09 – Open Floor

June 9, 2005
Troy Tolley, Channel

Michael Speaks Online – Open Floor

[M Entity] Hello to all of you. We are here. As usual, we will respond to questions as they are presented to us in the order created from the queue.

[H2OSprtlvr] Just last week on the news they showed a pod of orcas that beached themselves. Can you tell us why this particular pod ended up beaching themselves, since this is very odd for orcas to do?

Beached Pod of Orcas

[Excerpt from TT: 2005-06-09]

[H2OSprtlvr] Just last week on the news they showed a pod of orcas that beached themselves. Can you tell us why this particular pod ended up beaching themselves, since this is very odd for orcas to do?

[M Entity] We are not clear as to the details regarding any recent “beaching” of “Orcas,” but there is indication that pollution may have been the cause, altering the navigational capabilities. Though we are not clear as to whether this has to do with the Orcas to which you refer. Several species have become compromised in their navigational capabilities, due to the consumption of toxins that affect these senses, some of which create severe hallucinations. Unfortunately, we do not have more information specific to the pod in question, but we will continue to search as we work through the next questions.