(If you are Not familiar with higher dimensional thought transference, I highly recommend reading "HERE" before you continue)
The Law of One and Tunguska;
"Questioner: In meditation I got the question about the crater in Russia in the, I believe, Tunguska region. Can you tell me
what caused the crater?
Ra: I am Ra. The destruction of a fission reactor caused this crater.
Questioner: Whose reactor?
Ra: I am Ra. This was what you may call a “drone” sent by Confederation which malfunctioned. It was moved to an area where
its destruction would not cause infringement upon the will of mind/body/spirit complexes. It was then detonated.
Questioner: What was its purpose in coming here?
Ra: I am Ra; It was a drone designed to listen to the various signals of your peoples. You were, at that time, beginning work in
a more technical sphere. We were interested in determining the extent and the rapidity of your advances. This drone was
powered by a simple fission motor or engine as you would call it. It was not that type which you now know, but was very small.
However, it has the same destructive effect upon third-density molecular structures. Thus as it malfunctioned we felt it was
best to pick a place for its destruction rather than attempt to retrieve it, for the possibility/probability modes for this maneuver
looked very, very minute.
Questioner: Was its danger both blast and radiation?
Ra: I am Ra. There is very little radiation, as you know of it, in this particular type of device. There is radiation which is
localized, but the localization is such that it does not drift with the winds as does the emission of your somewhat primitive
Questioner: I believe that analysis has detected very little radiation in the trees in this area. Is this low level of radiation a
result of what you are speaking of?
Ra: I am Ra. This is correct. The amount of radiation is very localized. However, the energy which is released is powerful
enough to cause difficulties."
The Wave Series Transcripts and Tunguska;
"Q: (L) Okay, we would like to know what was this famous explosion in Tunguska?
A: Comet fragment."
If caused by a comet fragment, then why will trees not grow there? Is one, or maybe both explanations crapola?. Or is it
possible that Laura already had a bias towards the comet theory which caused the answerer to not wish to abridge her free-
will, thus could only answer based on Laura's assumption? Free-will makes for a difficult situation when asking questions
regarding events steeped within various theories.
Over the many years that Laura has been asking questions, she has learned to be very careful to ask her questions without
injecting her own ideals. Therefore, I have often wondered, that If she were to ask the same questions today, would she
receive a different answer?