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Dolphins and history - Part 4

Transcribed by and through Andrea

Date : 11/04/2007

Communication between the dolphins and their own kind is able to be described as the interconnected communications occurring within the whole group as an integrate awareness. Basically meaning that dolphins are able to see, hear and understand what each and every other dolphin is experiencing and understanding. The deeper the waters the more intense our infra sound projects because the frequencies are reliant on water. The more intensity within water, the denser the sound. Our sound becomes frequencies through the interaction of water, oxygen and pressure. When we project a sound it originates from our vocal cords not as sounds but short bursts of intense vibrational frequencies, intensified into sound through the water. When a dolphin projects sound through air (as if out of water) the sounds are deeper than when we swim in the oceans. The deepest waters produce extremely high pitched noises (moments of communication), some hardly even registered by the human ear. Let’s look at communication through dense water (below 700 feet). There exists within the nodules that are situated beneath a dolphins voice box, tiny ‘beacons’. These beacons are tuned into the larger frequencies that are emitted through the vocal cords. Remember when you hear a dolphins squeak? That is when the voice box reverberates the sound that is emitted through these beacons. A tiny beacon, as small as the head of a pin sits located above each vocal strand. If you want to imagine the vocal cords joined together to emit the sounds from the beacons then look at this: Where the vocal cords are intact (meaning their strung together by fibers and sinew) they in fact are also ‘bound’ together through tiny little strands of electrified molecules that are densely packed. These molecules that collectively create cells are the electricity generators for each beacon. The beacons, situated within these nodules are constantly fed through these electrical currents to ensure that they are ‘alive’. The beacon exists due to how these sound frequencies require a lot of charge. The electrical feed to the beacons that finally create the power to generate frequencial sounds is born from the movement of the dolphin’s body. This electrical current comes from the back end of the dolphin and flows right through generating cellular energy, fed from and to different organ systems. So you might say that the beacons are the power plugs for each vocal cord. To be able to emit such constant bands of electrified pulses the body and structure of each dolphin can distinctly be seen as the electrical power house. Imagine the dolphin’s body within the structure of a human power centre. The head would be where the electricity is controlled and directed. The tail is how the power centre directs the actual currents (how the pulses and lines are directed and emitted).

The body with its manoeuvrability would be the generator of the actual electrical current. Let’s look at the organs within my body and how we use them to generate power. My spleen which is used as the centre for immune regulation is also where I create antidotes in the form of electrical pulses. These antidotes I emit through the ultra sound and it gets used to protect us from sharks and sickness. The same antidotes that we emit through our sonar go through all the waters to regenerate cells in other animals. If another dolphin is sickly we are able to ‘send’ them these antidotes that contain white blood cells (in the form of electrical charges) as well as the cure to all dolphin diseases (which is what an antidote is, the information and correction to an ‘illness’). Anti dotes that are created to protect us from sharks come in the form of a very potent charge that when in contact with a sharks mouth will give off a terrible taste. That then deters the shark from biting us as they then are not able to stand the taste ‘perceived’ to be that of the dolphin. These charges that contain enzymes (energetically) actually bind with the shark’s taste bud to create an actual bitter taste. Then the dolphin also uses its tail to confuse the shark with. The tail of the dolphin, as I mention previously can send a signal (in the form of a pulse) through the water. By doing this any large amounts of electro-frequencies (a rate of vibrations that consist of electrical charges) are able to be directed at any given time and these charges, when in contact with an animal’s cerebral cortex, creates delusions (visual disturbances), instability and confusion. The visual cortex of the shark are not able to ‘see’ (the information is then fed to the eyes, but the actual seeing is done in the brain) when they are not able to perceive and make sense of the pulses emitted through another creatures skin. When these pulses of information and electrical charges get scrambled then they are not able ‘see’. The shark is not able to attack when it’s not able to see due to how they rely solely on the frequencies for guidance. Remember that these frequencies are what the body is generating through electrical charges generated within the creature’s cells. If the frequencies that are emitted by a creature are able to be ‘traced’ by the sharks then they are actually able to attack you without you even moving. Dolphins are able to see the shark, all done through our own frequencial capabilities (that span for about 300 kilometers with a 360 degree radius). To be able to alter the shark’s ability to strike we send out frequencies that contain ‘messages’. These messages are in fact codes that are able to interrupt the frequencies perceived by the sharks. So when a shark identifies our frequency then they are already being scrambled. It takes seconds for the dolphin to be able to scramble the shark’s brain. This frequency is where everything we do slot in, from healing to understanding to our assistance modalities. We are constantly emitting these frequencies through different parts of our brains (the parts that control and direct). One dolphin at any given time is able to be controlling the senses and motor skills of a shark and at the same time emit sound waves that combine with earth frequencies to create harmony. All in a day’s work for one little sea creature. Imagine the network that we have when you look at thousand of dolphins all sending and receiving signals and sound frequencies all day. There exists an actual frequencial map within the waters of the ocean that is able to be seen when scientists do radio frequency tests through the waters to find out where and how we interact.

The final stage of a dolphin’s inte­raction within their own group is able to be detected only when you take sound frequencies and you slow them down. They are that fast. Once the dolphin receives another dolphin’s message it shows that it understands the other dolphin by shaking and moving its head from side to side. This generates the frequencies within the temporal lobe that directs interaction. By direct interaction of course I am referring to the interconnected ‘language’ between all dolphins. When I want to say ‘hello’, I shake my temporal lobe and within this electrical generator system the vibration creates the frequency directly translated later by the other dolphin as ‘hello!’ What this shaking means to us practically is that we have the ability to direct as ourselves, meaning our entire being is how we direct, communicate and speak. We as the sound bearers of the ocean are not able to tolerate the expanding amounts of signals and ‘man’ made frequencies sent through the waters. Often dolphins become disorientated when we swim through these signals. The signals I refer to are indeed those that get used underwater to communicate with. Yes, did you know that our oceans are being used by humans as a communication method? When people direct these signals it is able to be very harmful to dolphins. Mostly these signals are used as a means through which to go undetected. The signals are sent back and forth through the oceans, to be used discreetly. When signals carried by frequencies come into contact with a dolphins brain it has the same effect on us as we have on a shark. Very bad for us when there are sharks about. That is often how sharks manage to actually attack dolphins! They wait for dolphins to swim near these frequencies and often will surprise the dolphin by swimming close by, causing chaos and momentary confusing as the dolphins body comes into contact with the frequencies. When this happens the dolphins, more often than not, will appear confused as the man made frequency scrambles our own. Then the sharks move in and inevitably we end up bitten or in some cases shark food! The reason why we are not able to prevent this is due to when masses of dolphins that breeds together, therefore moving together in large groups. When the groups become that big (about 100 or more) the frequencies almost match to that of man made frequencies in density and velocity. Our own frequencies (which as you remember are constantly criss-crossing) then are easily able to cross with one of these human frequencies before we even notice. We then become aware only when it is too late that there are sharks around. There exists a part of the dolphin’s brain called the cerebellum (according to your human terminology) that is able to move frequencies according to specific animal communication. They are able to interact with sharks as part of our understanding due to how we are able to ‘read’ the shark’s frequ­encies. When sharks are breeding for example we are not able to get closer than 100 feet because they are actually able to direct and deter dolphins. These sharks have extremely high parenting senses, so much so that we are not even able to swim near them because for that period of time they become extremely aggressive. They have the ability whilst caring for their young to actually cause us great distress. Good thing it is only temporary. This communication method works as follows.

We have the ability to detect the shark’s active cerebellum as soon as we swim about 150 feet away. It happens in the form of an impulse sent through to our own cerebellum where we detect disharmonies in the waters. Disharmonies, meaning, incorrect wave lengths and distorted signals, to mention a few. This is how we know when another dolphin is sick or while swimming with you we are able to detect your illness. So when we then detect this specific signal/ warning and we decide to swim closer than 100 feet the shark emits (through the cerebellum) the sharpest sound frequency possible. What we then pick up is the actual intensity of 100 volts of frequencies as you would experience an electrical shock! We then for their entire breeding period stay far away. You ask why would dolphins want to swim near sharks, well were extremely curious, believe it or not! We are not able to resist the interaction between animal babies and ourselves. Often we will swim for miles just to have a quick playful session with any animal’s babies. Even small fishes we will play with when they are taking care of young. Yes, we do eat fishes but we also have moments where we enjoy playing through and with schools of fishes. We even play with tiny sea horses, urchins and star fishes. Remember how we flick and play through the waves, well we love interacting with all forms of sea life. They also interact with us as they move, flick and, coil. All done in the finer interaction within all that exists in the ocean. So, alas the baby shark gives us great entertainment as they swim through the waters learning to attack dolphins. Remember that to us being ‘attacked’ is never an actual threat, it is just what happens in the waters between dolphins and sharks. We allow them to chase us as well as allow them to be chased. Only when we get to close do the parents give us our ‘warnings’. We don’t get ‘shocked’ for playing but it does happen when the babies become a little afraid, then the parents warn us to back off! When breeding season ends then they are not able to deter us and we allow them no more than 50 feet away from us, as a means to protecting ourselves. This was to give you an insight into how we communicate with each other, protect ourselves and play with the creatures of the oceans. Next time we will tell you about human interaction with dolphins and how we are able to assist you.