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Parallel Worlds Handbook:

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Loving Sub-Atomic Particles in Building

A telepathic conversation between Cathee Courter and Jonathan Stone in her bathtub:


A good massage is essential in my opinion, especially to learn to bilocate. Your root body—your first body—has to feel very safe, very cared for, very comfortable, very loved. And so, when we're teaching people to do this, it starts with an immense amount of massage. But not a lot of essential oils, like you put in your bath, because that can take you to a place that you weren't aiming for that has that particular plant. We do everything with our plant allies, and for people who have them, animal allies too. And rock allies and other place allies.

You were wondering if we ever come up with technology that's wasteful, or throw away anything. We wouldn't be able to approximate the white walls in this bathroom, at least up here in the mountains. Things are going to look earth-toned unless we find a natural pigment of plaster or paint. We have amazing colors, but not like this white gloss. Not supershiny like you've done for your house. That's different than like what you associate with stucco, which is very white sometimes but not shiny like that.

When you make all your experiments and so-called scientific discoveries along with your nature allies. . . . (Allies is kind of a funny word—we don't use that. We have a word that means our dear ones, which means whoever you're in love with of the nature realm.) When you're working that closely with them on anything—building, cooking, gardening, painting—of course you're not going to make something that is not biodegradable, that isn't part of the natural cycle of life and death, change and transmutation.

So, yes it does mean that our houses biodegrade, and we have to replace things. That gives us an opportunity to change things. If we want to change the framing of the house where the wood is old, that gives us an excuse to even change the shape of the room.

We do a lot with stone in the foundation. You've seen how with mountain cabins, if they don't have stones quite a ways up from the foundation where the snowbanks reach, the wood molds, if wood is used. We use a variety of materials.

I personally like wood a lot. I'm a geometric kind of guy. I guess Peter has made a wooden shingled roof that looked very curved and part of the landscape. But that takes a lot to do. And people could do that, but we have other things we like to use for curves. Marble on the roof is my personal favorite, interspersed in different areas. The energy of the room in one part of the house may have a different substance on the roof than the roof on a different part of the house. We come up with very beautiful things. Like, Cathee, when you were in Thailand and you saw the sparkly glitter even on the roofs—every inch of those temples was beautiful. It looked like they were made of gemstones, although I don't think they were. The Thais knew how to catch the sunlight. But their homes weren't like that.

Of course, our homes in the Valley, where we grow our food, are very different from our mountain temples. But they have their own requirements. We do use strawbale. We have worked with various materials like that. What you call cob—not as much in the Valley.


We make wonderful use of animal fur. We still have a lot of animals. I told you that we're vegan. So if we kill a bear, usually it's for the fur, not for the meat. And we do sometimes do that. It's not absolutely similar to what you've channeled about the ancients wanting to wrap up in the bear spirit every time they felt that bear fur. But it's closer to that. It's always with the permission of the animal. And our animals actually do volunteer sometimes, especially if there's a new member of the community who's about to build a new home, and may be living in a temporary home that's not as sculpted and airtight. It's cold here. If we don't have enough bear . . . we call them rugs, even though we wrap up in them and we put them on our beds. So we use the word rug a little differently. But if there's not enough of those, sometimes a bear will start hanging around and seemingly volunteer.

Cathee: How do you kill the bear?

Jonathan: I think I'll wait 'til you get here to give you details. It's almost like a crystal gun that can produce what you would call lasers. But it's enough different from anything you have that I wouldn't want to mislead someone and have them try to build something that is not really what this is. We very rarely use our guns, unless it's obvious that someone's volunteering in that way. And again, I'm not saying the rest of the country uses our technology. There's a lot of variation. Or have our attitudes exactly, although I think the sacredness of life is revered all through the country, and the continent.

I think it's amazing you don't have that. I mean, how did you get there? I still don't quite get how we ended up here and you ended up there. I hope the Leapers will teach me about that. That's something I'm very interested in, in learning from your culture. What was the root of this? How did those forks in the stream get so different? I don't know if we split off at a bad point and made a correction, or if we had split off way back. I'm beginning to wonder how far back we would have split off to still speak a form of English that you can somewhat piece together here. It's going to be a stretch to understand us, and maybe it will feel like a foreign language. But I think the roots of the language are similar. I'm feeding ideas into your brain and letting you find the vocabulary for them, for the most part. Except, like I said, with words like "rug," and then I explain it. I think it's not that much of a stretch for me. It feels a little bit verbal in my mind, not just a pure non-verbal concept that I'm sending you.

Anyway, we're not going to do anything which our nature allies are not a part of, and are not in the committee giving us their wisdom for. As that's what we want to do. We don't want latex that outgasses forever, you know.

Beautiful Building

Every square inch of our homes is really beautiful, I think. You're looking at your bathroom linoleum floor, which isn't beautiful. But we don't worry so much about cleanliness as you, well, ideally do in the idealization of your culture. Things probably will look kind of dirty to you. But beautiful. It's not a dirt floor that we have in our homes, although sometimes it may look that way. The kitchen is usually dirty in most homes. After all, we're hauling vegetables in. We don't mop down the floor afraid of germs, and it's nice that we don't. If you don't have a lot of meat, it's not that big a deal if a little bit composts on the floor. I don't know if our bodies are more plantlike than yours are. But I think, Cathee, yours is pretty plantlike.

But if you go into our sleeping rooms, or massage rooms, or like this room I'm usually speaking to you from - the inner sanctum, to use a Biblical term. Which we know something about, that ancient document that none of us read. I mean, if you've studied history, you know there was a Bible. So, that places our split-off a little bit later than the Bible in history, unless we split off pre-Bible and then both ended up with it. Leapers, any time you want to tell me when we split off, I'd like to know. Well, you've said before that it's impossible to trace, because there are so many windings in the road. I need to accept that. I guess I'm linear enough that I want to know.

Oh, I was saying that I tend to like wooden framing because I really like the what you call Platonic solids. I really like sacred geometry. And I like straight lines if they're used well that way, and wood can give you a real straight line in certain places. But then I also enjoy the undulating walls of other places.

But if you get into our inner sanctums, they're spotless. They really are spotless, even though they're not shiny latex, supergloss, washable like that, necessarily. And let me remind you, we have plants growing in a lot of places, and a stream going through there, so obviously it's not antiseptic clean. But we certainly keep the stained glass clean so the colors come through vividly. There are often very thick rugs. We just take them out and beat them like indigenous people probably have always done. Get the dust off, and then you come back in and sink in. We have frames that we throw them up on a lot of times, kind of like your clotheslines. You know how the wind is up here. You just take a rug and throw it upside down over the frame, over the clothesline, and let the wind have at it. You've been amazed at how the smells come out of things just from that. A little sunlight helps too, even when it's cold out. That really is a very natural cleaning method. Then we carefully sweep where the rug was, and sometimes wash it down, especially if it's like a stone floor. We have a lot of stone floors. Some of those are absolutely gorgeous, mosaic kinds of things, and you probably wouldn't want to cover them up. We're not so big on wooden floors. Like I told you, we let things biodegrade, so that's a lot of work to make a new floor. Whereas a stone one you never have to replace.

We find ways of insulating under the floor, even if it's stone tile or ceramic or gemstone. A rose quartz floor is not unheard of here, especially pieced together maybe with some other things. Although it's hard to live in a room with that, actually. It's too much, I think.

I will give you the technology later, probably with a lot of help. Or you just jump on over here, and look at it, and then you can find the words to tell your own parallel what you're seeing. This is where I'm really glad Peter's coming. I think he'll be able to find the cross-reference terms. And if you want to bring other of your builder friends over, do. We're ready for an exodus among your friends. We really are, even if quite a few people end up here. Your parallel, and especially Johnny's parallel, are the parallels of the century that we need to reach quickly, quite frankly, for our own peace of mind. So we are geared up for refugees. We have plenty of resources. We have plenty of land that we could be extending the gardens on down on the plains. And we have plenty of forest to build new homes in here. So it's not like they'd be living in shanty towns. I want to tell them that, OK? We're ready for a population explosion of people from your parallel, especially those who are already very in sync with our values and ideals.

Bathroom Cleaner

You just put more water in the bath, Cathee, which reminded me of what we use to clean our bathrooms. I think it's so funky, this figerglass shower stall which you love because it's so easy to clean. But it's just so ugly, it's amazing. And your polyester shower curtain here. It reminded me, we tend to clean our bathtubs with just a lot of sunlight if we have bathroom cathedrals with huge windows, which you would love. Everybody builds their bathrooms differently. Some people will build a low ceilinged space, but with lots of windows, even skylights, and have clear crystals all around. And so the sunlight comes through the glass, through the crystals, and the plants of course are there. It's like bathing out in a beautiful waterfall. They're really cool. You will like them.

Either the sunlight is strong enough to keep things under control with mold and so forth, or we use biological agents that eat mold. And we use them very carefully, because you don't want that eating your skin. We have to put them on and then rinse them off. But you know, why not? We usually let them sit overnight. And we grow our own. It's a cool thing that you can use those over and over, because they always are going to eat the mold. So you put them on, you give them a good meal—or you, you know, let them feed themselves. It depends on how limey your water is, whether it works in different places. Then you rinse them. You catch that water. And you keep that culture going. So you use it again next week, or in a few days, or whatever you do. Colorado's so dry that mold is not a huge problem with sunlight coming in, if it's a sunny time of year.

So you know, it doesn't come out of a bottle. And we treasure these. And if we transport them and give to someone else, we do a lot of our own pottery, so there's always crockery around, which is very fun. I really love making pots. It feels primal to me.

Even within our own home, we may have several different ecosystems, essentially. It seems very normal to us. And so, if it's very cold outside with deep snow, sometimes I'll go for a week without even going outside. Some people go crazy if they don't go outside. I'm a very inward-oriented person, as you know. And if it gets really bad, I just take off and go somewhere in the astral. But some people love the snow, so that's fine.

Spokes of a Wheel

I'm more like you, Cathee. I can't wait 'til the plants outside come back. I miss them. I miss them very keenly in fact. Yes, I'm in touch with them on the spirit level, but I love blooms. I just love blooms. And yes, we have plants that bloom inside, but I'm very partial to certain places out in the woods that I visit every year, and camp, and just have a lovefest. We have a lot in common, Cathee. I make love to daisy, too. In fact, it makes me wonder if you've been tuning into me for a long time like you have [your past life self who lived in these woods] Wameewa. And maybe I've been tuning into you, and maybe I've been tuning into Wameewa, etc. Maybe we're all spokes of the same wheel that are drawn to the same experiences, and feed each other. I don't think you've ever thought about that. What if you are feeding Wameewa not only your own culture's wisdom, but your love of daisy too? We're all participating in the same devas of relationship between humans and plants, but I think there's something especially close between us, including Peter, in that.

Happy Refugees

Oh, I was talking about refugees. I think a lot of your friends actually would be pretty happy either here, or maybe down in the Valley. Or loosely on my parallel, but maybe not part of our pod, but a more social area with a bigger community. But within places that you could still see them here. So yes, talk about this place. Of course. Bring only the people you want here. But of course, that's kind of beyond either your or my choice, I think. It's a mystery of the Leapers where they leap people. But I'm saying, don't worry about upsetting our life by too many people from your culture coming over. Because I think the ones that come will be only the ones that already are halfway . . . you know, who would fit in well. I think those are the only ones that could get here, really, and would stay here. So don't worry about that.

Natural Sub-Atomic Heat

Cathee, you were thinking about string theory last night as I was talking about how roof shapes can help take different kinds of energies from the cosmos and convert them to heat, according to their properties. String theory in your physics proposes that different kinds of subatomic particles are just different shapes and resonances of the same one-dimensional object. I like that, and I think that's onto how I would explain it. You just get to know the different shapes, and the resonances of those, and you build accordingly.

You come into resonance with certain ones. Then you talk to them. Once you can feel the consciousness that you are trying to attract, you ask. "We want to be able to focus on certain energies that will bring us warmth." And so then, the information comes—you need this shape, color, and material—this kind of stone or whatever it is—and how to build it. You can feel the being that is telling you how to build come in closer, closer, closer. You might call it the consciousness of that subatomic particle. Or you could call it that wavelength of radiation. Your culture uses pretty impersonal terms. As it comes closer to you, you are helping to create it in the human experience a certain way, and then it's more and more easy to communicate with it. Cathee, this is the same process that you've been through with daisy and certain places. As it comes more into human experience—as you find that interface with it—you have to love it, or it will not open up to you. That's a law of physics too, that somehow you guys have missed out on. But once it opens to you, and you're loving it, and you're also wanting to give back your love in a beautiful blending, it may give you heat, or it may give you other things.

We do the same with some of the healing rays we use. And believe me, in order to bilocate you practically have to be that conversant with every cell in your body. It's the same thing. Even though it's your body, you have to love it. You have to listen to it. You have to give back. You have to understand what it's doing for you. So you really are a conglomeration of consciousnesses, even in the body. I know that that idea is there on your parallel.

So, this is what we do. And this is where our worlds are very different. On our parallel, our houses are very much in tune with our uniqueness. They're in tune with us, and we're in tune with them. I have my own personal relationship with the frequencies that heat my house, if I'm using cosmic frequencies. If it's wood, it's my own personal relationship with the forest it came from. But there's always relationship involved. And it's personal relationship. That makes for very effective technology, if you call this technology. I don't like that word, personally.

I like the word "exchange," as in nature/human exchange. It still sounds a little weird, but maybe the word exchange means something a little different in our language. There's love in it. Reciprocity is another word you guys use, but that isn't even totally loving. "Exchange" in our language is loving.

If I have a relationship going with my heating friends, and I have built my house to accommodate their energy, which honors them, it's not using them. It's honoring them. It's giving them a place in which to experience themselves, in this case, in a heating manner, which may change their form and their substance as they inspire the marble to give off heat. Even in that transformation, they get to experience themselves as conscious beings in the field of this human interaction. And the deva of our relationship grows, so then it's easier and easier for other people to tune into this same muon or whatever. We don't name all the particles. We just feel certain frequencies and consciousnesses.

Sometimes we see different parts of the sky that we think they come from more than others. So I may start focussing by looking at, like, Sagittarius in the sky, and know that there's something coming from there that is exactly what I need. It's usually not even going to just be the quality of heating my house that they bring. They bring their own quality of consciousness, so anybody coming to my house will feel certain frequencies.

We don't try to shield them out. We welcome them. So it's exquisite. In a way, it's isolating parts of the spectrum like you do with your medical equipment, as we have invited only part of the spectrum in. But that doesn't mean that the full spectrum does not still land on our roof. The full spectrum is landing on the roof. We are not sending only the muons through some machine or something. We're getting the full spectrum, but we are enhancing the ability to relate to part of the spectrum. And we very much see our homes, therefore, as extensions of our bodies. The whole landscape is an extension of my body, to an extent. But I'd say the landscape is an extension of my soul. My home is definitely part of my body.

Quartz is so friendly. It's willing to be used to mediate between many different frequencies and the human frequency. It's friendly, beautiful. So I may have some quartz crystals that are attuned to certain frequencies coming in, and I'm getting to know these frequencies as good friends. And if someone comes into my home and likes a particular frequency— really resonates with it—they may decide to do the same thing in their home that I've already learned how to do. I've already learned the proper curve and materials to use on the roof. So they then can take that information, but they would never just use it with their own roof without first going through the steps I went through. It may go much faster, and they may come to the same conclusion that this is the curve and materials they need to use as well, which of course all have living consciousness in them. But chances are good that their home is a little different than mine, and their energy field is a little different than mine. Where they're building may have more or less access to the cosmic energies without a cliff in the way. They may even live at a different latitude where the sky is a little different. They've still got to refine the information, and have their own loving relationship with this being that we're talking about.

This may be partly why the term "Earth ETs" was used in your earlier channelings, before you had heard of us. That's what we call them. There are basic frequencies that both come from outer space and come up from the center of the Earth, as onion once explained to you. We work very much with being mediators between the resonance [from within the Earth] and the transmission [from outer space], as she was speaking of. We can feel in our bodies the difference in states of consciousness an emphasis on one or the other can take us to. We call the frequencies that come up from within the Earth, "Earth ETs." And it is that term. Our languages got that the same somehow. Why was I thinking there had to be a definite fork in the road where our parallel worlds split off from each other, rather than a bleedthrough back and forth all the way? Of course we had a lot of bleedthrough. It's kind of like—this is so cynical—we'll come up with a new way of relating to something, and then you'll find it in your lab, I think. [laughs] The deva of relationship is there then. Once I have established a deva of relationship with a muon, that makes it much easier for your scientists to find it in their experiments. If I could block that, I probably would, 'cause who knows what they're doing with it. Well, not really, because I think your science is coming around to consciousness in its own very slow way.

Our universe is alive with consciousness. Not only every tree and rock. Every bit of outer space is alive with consciousness. Our own bodies are alive with many consciousnesses.

Loving You

And so, Cathee, finding you is not elaborate at all. I am coming to you with a lot of help from the Leapers of course—but I'm approaching you kind of the same way I would approach a new quarklike being that I hadn't met before. I found you, and the Leapers were instrumental in that, and then I told you the other day we're connected by a cord. I am merging energies with you very much. That's why you feel like I'm around all the time, you know, available, even in the middle of the night. There's a part of me - you would call it higher self—that can talk to you any time, even if I'm doing something else. Even if I'm talking to somebody else from my brain. And I'm very aware of that energy going out. I like it when I can stop everything and tune in. That way I get to really experience you much more deeply. But I can talk to you even if I'm preoccupied. I know that. And I don't want to freak you out. Because I think you kind of understand that principle, especially since your dad has come around so much since his stroke, and yet his body is over there in the nursing home.

I popped into your life and then started just beaming you with love, and you still feel that from me. And you sometimes wonder if we're too intimate or something, and then you feel a little uncomfortable with it. Well, it's not like I'm doing that with everybody in my life all the time, I will admit. You are my project—I've told you that. I've been up front about that. This is what needs to happen now, so you are a great focus. But when I focus on someone, it's I love the heck out of them. And really, it's loving the hell out of you, loving until you drop all that stands between us. And in that incredibly intense love, I will learn in my very being—in our j.b.d. [joint bodily deva—the spirit of our relationship]—to make a space for you here. Just like Peter's learning to make space for his parallel self Pete. It will change both of us immensely—both of us.

And yes, my family is hoping they'll like you too, just like you're hoping you'll like Pete. There is that. You kind of have to trust your loved one, that if you like the original, you'll probably like the parallel self. I think that's a pretty good bet. I'm not worried about Pete, OK? He may need some healing, though, in the heart especially, which you can do. I mean, he wouldn't be coming over if you and especially Peter couldn't handle it. And I think my family has faith that the Leapers are only going to match me up with someone whom they will really like. I'm not worried about that at all, but I know you kind of are. (laughs) And you're wondering about the immense . . . well, it will change both of us. It will change both of us.

So far, I have only seen good changes in myself through these kinds of intense loves. And you might say, this is my job to be an intense, intelligent lover. Just like your job there is—you have seen yourself that way. You talk to different plants. You fall in love with them. You are irrecoverably changed by them, and them by you. They tell you that all the time. Columbine was wildly in love with you last summer, and felt so badly that you didn't spend every minute with her that you could. It's very personal. And this is what I do with you. This is what I do with humans too. I know you don't feel on your parallel like it's OK to really love humans that much, even though your mother would love it. It's rather unusual, I think, that your capacity for love has come through the flowers. Most people on your parallel learn to love through people. You've been hurt so much by people, Cathee, that whatever opens you up, you know, that's a great way in.

You could almost say that the human to daisy mass j.b.d. is in better shape than the human to human kinds of mass devas of relationship, by and large, on your parallel. I don't think that's true on mine. People are really loving here. I think they really are. We feel that we are a community. And although our community changes quite often, we never lose our connection with even the people that move away. It's like family. But when I say it's like family, you don't know what that means on our parallel.

So, my love, yes, I'm talking to John [Cathee's walk-in] and Johnny [his parallel self] just as intensively. But kind of similarly. And they're listening now. I think they are looking around here, more than you're able to see in your mind. They are trying it on, you know, they are in their astral bodies walking through my home, and saying Cathee, this is great. I think they're seeing what kind of house they want you to build. They're scouting already on that. And I think it's great.

My family is very aware of all of you. But they don't want you all to walk into me. They think that's too much. So that's out. That's out.

I have a boy and a girl. They're nearly grown. And they still hang around a lot, when they're not off on their exotic treks, with or without a body. My daughter is extremely talented as an astral traveller. Extremely talented. What she brings back knowledge of, which really is frequency of, is kind of like Cathee, you've been told that you are to go out in nature and reach the plants that are the most difficult to reach. She does that with civilizations. It's fascinating. I stay . . . I don't know how to describe my function. I mean, I do a fair amount of travel too, but I'm more into the assimilation of cultures and parallels, and the ways they can help each other. She's just into, like, let's go see something new, whether or not it's even possible to have much exchange with it on a level that the rest of my parallel would be able to utilize and do something with. She can reach beings that are very different than human, and that most humans will never be able to reach. And so they'll never really want to go do what she did, and understand that culture better.

Dropping Density

Cathee: John is thinking I'm moving too fast in the split off, and that's why my nerves hurt, my body hurts.

John: Yes, Cathee, I think you're snapping cords with many, many people in the old parallel who won't be on the new parallel. And your body is registering that on a nerve level even. We can call it dropping density, but I would call it dropping relationships to people, places and events that are past/future. Some people would say it's a cleansing of the memories that you have stored in your body that are lower vibrational than where you're going, so you need to drop density. But I think even in cleansing those memories, you're also cleansing connections with people that are not vibrating that high. I mean, the connections are not vibrating that high. The person may have grown since you knew them, and they're vibrating high now, but you're connecting into them at a level that's not healthy, that can't go with you to a higher vibration. So it's painful. I know your nerves are really hurting.

You're doing an intense density drop. Which is necessary. Which when we do it at the point of death, that's when our bodies disintegrate. And as they disintegrate, all of this stuff that's been stored in them—unless we're immediately put on the pyre or in the crematorium—all that stuff kind of unwinds as it composts. It's a good release, but if our consciousness was still in the body as it did that . . . well, you know sometimes that does happen through Alzheimers or other diseases. People get to experience that if they're willing to stay consciously in it. But usually the intensity of what happens at death doesn't happen when you're still in the body. What you're doing is certainly not as intense as if you had physically died. But in that shifting to a parallel at a whole different vibration, this is what I would call cleansing. Letting go of those connections to the lower vibration. Things that you hold in your aura and your body. In your mind. In your heart.

So, this is where I just want to slow it down as slow as we can, really. Where you're going is so incredible, and I'm sure Johnny and my running ahead and oohing and aahing about it, and Jonathan telling you ooh, there are some goodies here, great treasure, doesn't help slow it down. (laughs) I don't know if the Leapers have anything to say. Maybe we're all wrong on that. But Leapers, we would like it to be very smooth and soothing to the body.

Jonathan: Massage seems to help us tremendously with this kind of thing. If Peter would do that for you, that'd be great. If not, go hire somebody. And I'm not talking about energy healings. I'm talking about getting touched. Go get touched. It'll help.


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