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David Dalton

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Mar 29, 2018, 9:45:32 PM3/29/18
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I just updated my Orca Hot Foot page, which is a subsubpage of my Salmon on
the Thorns page. Here are a couple of excerpts:

The orca hot foot occurred in November of 1995, at the Vancouver aquarium
orca pool. I did a yoga mula-bandha (deep, rooted, raspy, my niece said many
years ago that mine sounds like the wind) breath near the orcas. I think the
female, Bjossa, was closest but am not sure; there were also one or two other
orcas (Finna, Hyack?) and I think one dolphin in the pool, and belugas in a
nearby pool. I got an extremely strong, almost electric shock on my right
foot, which I had to raise slightly.

For those who have seen the Star Trek: Voyage Home movie (and others), the
hot foot may have been a sign of recognition/shamanic call for me but also a
warning/call for help from them and Gaia. If we do not heed this, well, in
1996 I feared that quick Alzheimer's for the whole human species was
possible. Now I don't think so, but a nasty human-specific illness certainly
is possible, not from the cetaceans but Gaia (or systemic feedback, or divine
agent of your choice). But luckily WE humans are best able to quickly clean
up problems we have caused, and work towards heaven on earth.

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and if I feel a rage I won't deny it/I won't fear love" (Sarah McLachlan)

David Dalton

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Mar 30, 2018, 12:27:51 AM3/30/18
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On Mar 29, 2018, David Dalton wrote
(in article<0001HW.206DCE3B02...@news.eternal-september.org>):

> I just updated my Orca Hot Foot page, which is a subsubpage of my Salmon on
> the Thorns page. Here are a couple of excerpts:
>
> The orca hot foot occurred in November of 1995, at the Vancouver aquarium
> orca pool. I did a yoga mula-bandha (deep, rooted, raspy, my niece said many
> years ago that mine sounds like the wind) breath near the orcas. I think the
> female, Bjossa, was closest but am not sure; there were also one or two other
> orcas (Finna, Hyack?) and I think one dolphin in the pool, and belugas in a
> nearby pool. I got an extremely strong, almost electric shock on my right
> foot, which I had to raise slightly.
>
> For those who have seen the Star Trek: Voyage Home movie (and others), the
> hot foot may have been a sign of recognition/shamanic call for me but also a
> warning/call for help from them and Gaia. If we do not heed this, well, in
> 1996 I feared that quick Alzheimer's for the whole human species was
> possible. Now I don't think so, but a nasty human-specific illness certainly
> is possible, not from the cetaceans but Gaia (or systemic feedback, or divine
> agent of your choice). But luckily WE humans are best able to quickly clean
> up problems we have caused, and work towards heaven on earth.

Someone suggested once that I may have had a pinched nerve, but
that has never occurred on any other occasion. I’m wondering if
one of the cetaceans may have hit me with a high frequency
acoustic beam in response to my mula-bandha breath.

amdx

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Jul 17, 2019, 3:57:08 PM7/17/19
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On 3/29/2018 11:27 PM, David Dalton wrote:
> On Mar 29, 2018, David Dalton wrote
> (in article<0001HW.206DCE3B02...@news.eternal-september.org>):
>
>> I just updated my Orca Hot Foot page, which is a subsubpage of my Salmon on
>> the Thorns page. Here are a couple of excerpts:
>>
>> The orca hot foot occurred in November of 1995, at the Vancouver aquarium
>> orca pool. I did a yoga mula-bandha (deep, rooted, raspy, my niece said many
>> years ago that mine sounds like the wind) breath near the orcas. I think the
>> female, Bjossa, was closest but am not sure; there were also one or two other
>> orcas (Finna, Hyack?) and I think one dolphin in the pool, and belugas in a
>> nearby pool. I got an extremely strong, almost electric shock on my right
>> foot, which I had to raise slightly.
>>
>> For those who have seen the Star Trek: Voyage Home movie (and others), the
>> hot foot may have been a sign of recognition/shamanic call for me but also a
>> warning/call for help from them and Gaia. If we do not heed this, well, in
>> 1996 I feared that quick Alzheimer's for the whole human species was
>> possible. Now I don't think so, but a nasty human-specific illness certainly
>> is possible, not from the cetaceans but Gaia (or systemic feedback, or divine
>> agent of your choice). But luckily WE humans are best able to quickly clean
>> up problems we have caused, and work towards heaven on earth.
>
> Someone suggested once that I may have had a pinched nerve, but
> that has never occurred on any other occasion. I’m wondering if
> one of the cetaceans may have hit me with a high frequency
> acoustic beam in response to my mula-bandha breath.
>

You might be very smart and good at what you do, but I have a feeling
I would stick you in the back room and let you do your work. :-)


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