Opening Statement: We seek communication with Dr. 58. Are you positioned inside the Hassas Grid, Dr. 58?
ANSWER: HELLO, KEN. I WANT TO TALK TO YOU.
Question: Who is this?
(Note: For those of you not familiar with my other transcripts, this is Wally Molinez, a dead Mexican man whom I have mentioned from time to time. He was killed somewhere in the 1960s (I think) when a trailer hitch fell on his head. I have been communicating with Wally on and off for some 30 years now. He is a rather persistent pest who horns in on my sessions whenever he wants to. I think Wally is a crashing bore, but I feel obligated, as a friend, to chit-chat with him now and then.)
Question: Hello, Wally. Do you have anything important to talk about because I really am in the middle of something important here. Maybe we can talk later, Wally?
ANSWER: DO YOU HAVE A TV, KEN?
Question: A television? Yes, why do you ask?
ANSWER: I FORGOT WHAT IT WAS, AND NOW I KNOW WHERE ONE IS.
Question: Now that’s interesting. They have television in the barzakh? I can’t imagine how that would work. It’s probably all in your mind, Wally.
ANSWER: WHERE IS THE BARZAKH? IS THAT WHERE THEY MAKE THE TVS?
Question: No, Wally. I’m sorry to use the term barzakh. You are not familiar with it. It’s the same as the bardo world. We have discussed this many, many times, Wally. You’re dead. You are a bardo. Remember? Sometimes I wish you would get a grip on this.
ANSWER: ALL THAT. BUT THERE IS A CABIN BY THE BEACH. THERE IS A TV THERE NOW.
(Note: In Wally's bardo world, he lives in a tropical location, which I assume is probably some lovely sea-side location in his native Mexico. (He was killed in Texas). All he does is hang out on the beach, drink, eat and cavort with beautiful women).
Question: I can’t believe I am getting drawn into this. So what about the TV?
ANSWER: THE PICTURE IS ALL SNOWY. I NEVER OWNED A TV. HOW DO YOU FIX IT?
Question: Jeepers. You never owned a TV when you were alive?
ANSWER: I AM ALIVE.
Question: (Exasperated) I know, Wally, I know. I mean, before your life changed! Remember when you were working at your job as a traveling handyman? You must have stayed in a motel, or something, or been in a bar that had a TV, right?
ANSWER: BUT I NEVER HAD TO MAKE IT CLEAR. HOW DO YOU FIX IT?
Question: Does it show anything at all? How many channels do you get?
ANSWER: ONLY ONE CHANNEL COMES IN GOOD, BUT IT IS SNOWY. THERE ARE OTHER CHANNELS, BUT ONE ONLY SHOWS PICTURES. ONE IS JUST A MAN TALKING.
Question: Does the TV have an antenna? In your day, Wally, when you were alive, before your change, all TV’s had an antenna. Today TVs work in other ways, but some still use the antenna. But anyway, can you look outside this cabin and find the antenna? If you move that around, the picture may get clearer. Or it might have something called rabbit ears, sitting right on top of the TV. You could adjust those.
ANSWER: MAYBE I’LL TRY THAT.
Question: Wally, what is on the snowy channel which you can see somewhat?
ANSWER: NAKED WOMEN. ALL KINDS OF THEM, HAVING SEX.
Question: What a shock. On the channel where there is a man talking. What is he talking about?
ANSWER: HE’S FULL OF ****. DO THIS, DO THAT.
Question: What kind of things does he want you to do? Wally, tell me some of the things the man talks about, can you?
ANSWER: HE IS FULL OF ****. HE SAYS HE SOLVES PROBLEMS, BUT WHAT PROBLEMS?
Question: What does he look like?
ANSWER: HE’S A MAN. ALL I SEE IS HIS HEAD.
Question: Name one thing he suggests that you should do, can you?
ANSWER: BULL ****. HE SAYS WHENEVER YOU SEE SOMETHING VERY INTERESTING, IMMEDIATELY LOOK IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION.
Question: Why would he want you do to that? Does he say?
ANSWER: HE SAYS IT’S A TRICK. WHEN YOU SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING, WHAT YOU SHOULD REALLY SEE IS IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION. HE SAYS PEOPLE ARE BEING FOOLED, BY BEING DISTRACTED.
Question: This sounds like intriguing advice. Have you ever tried it?
ANSWER: NO. WHAT IS SO INTERESTING ANYWAY?
Question: Well, when you are relaxing on a white sandy beach, as you often do, Wally, and maybe a beautiful woman is bringing you a cold beer. Perhaps she is tanned, has auburn hair with a flower in it, and she is wearing a lovely shear sarong. You see something like this all the time, right? That is interesting, right?
ANSWER: A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IS A PLEASURE TO LOOK AT.
Question: Yes, and you could also call this pleasure interesting. So why not just look in the opposite direction? It’s won’t kill you, no pun intended.
ANSWER: BUT THEN I SHOULD NEVER LOOK AWAY FROM THE TALKING MAN ON TV?
Question: What do you mean?
ANSWER: HE IS NEVER INTERESTING, SO I AM SUPPOSED TO LOOK AT HIM ALL THE TIME?
Question: Ha, ha! Wally! You slay me! Look, Wally, I don’t care what you do. But do you want some advice?
ANSWER: YES, I WANT YOU TO TELL ME HOW TO MAKE THE TV WORK BETTER.
Question: Well, here is my opinion, and I could be right or wrong. Since you are in the barzakh, my theory is that the television is symbolic. It is an aspect of your consciousness. What it represents is different channels of consciousness. In a sense, I would suggest your Higher Self is extremely frustrated with you, and is now trying to weasel some way to get into your thick, booze-and-sex addled head that you should not stay on the barzakh for all eternity, that you have a greater purpose and should transcend to a higher level of existence. The TV is a trick. Each channel is a fragmented aspect of your entire being, or at least your consciousness. Your fragmented consciousness is aching to become whole again. What do you think, Wally?
ANSWER: I WOULD LIKE TO GET FOOTBALL ON THE TV. THEY SHOW THAT, RIGHT?
Answer: Ha! Ha! I’m not sure if they have sports in the barzakh. The whole concept is pretty wild. I have to admit. But why don’t you just play with the antenna, or maybe give the TV a whack on the side, and see if that works. What kind of football do you like? Soccer?
ANSWER: SOCCER. DO THEY SHOW SOCCER ON TV?
Question: Yes, but on TV where you are, I don’t know. Did you have a favorite team when you were alive … well, you know what I mean.
ANSWER: THE STRONGEST.
Question: Ha! Ha! Oh man, I can’t stand it! The Bolivian team! I thought you were Mexican, Wally! Why are you a fan of The Strongest?
ANSWER: I SPENT A LOT OF TIME IN BOLIVIA. I WAS IN LOVE FOR A LONG TIME THERE.
Question: With who?
ANSWER: THE STRONGEST.
Question: Ha! Ha! I can’t stand talking to you anymore, Wally! You’ve ruined my whole session here with someone else. Why don’t you buzz off for a while, and try to get a signal from Bolivia on your TV, okay?
Question: Good-bye, Wally.
Wally's environment in the barzakh, or so I suppose.