LYNDA: Okay, goody. Can I ask you about another tile?
ELIAS: You may.
LYNDA: This tile or this impression is what I got in the last couple days. It is blue, and it looks like a flag. The design looks like three wide bands of color waving. The middle is yellow. The upper right part is blue, and the blue is ďElias blue,Ē Iím going to say, like when I think of you or the blue dots I get. Itís kind of your blue, a little deeper, and then red. Separating the colors is like a black rope, and there are two black ropes. The interpretation I got of the tile is, a shift in perception. I donít know quite what to do with that, but I wanted to ask you if it was pertinent. What exactly was that?
ELIAS: Quite. This is an offering of your impression in relation to the movement of energy addressing to perceptions presently in relation to this shift in consciousness. The imagery that you present within this tile, as to the flag which appears to be waving or in motion, is symbolic of the movement of perception and its changeability. The offering of different colors is the recognition of the differences of perception as influenced through the three orientations.
LYNDA: Ah. Wow. Thereís been so much interaction that Iíve been having with learning the languages of those three orientations lately, so this is confirmation of that physical, objective action that I am taking.
LYNDA: And when I say ďIĒ ... you know Iím common ... not common, but of common orientation. Everything translates to ďme me me Al Franken,Ē which is okay with me, by the way.
ELIAS: Very good!
LYNDA: Okay, so can I enter this in the game?
ELIAS: You may.
LYNDA: So the colors represent the three orientations. So is blue ... will you tell me? Well, Iím gonna take a crack at it. This is what I should do. Blue would be soft, yellow would be common, red would be intermediate? (17-second pause)
ELIAS: Yes, you may translate in this manner.
LYNDA: And the black lines would be the least amount of distortion/Sumafi. (10-second pause)
ELIAS: So noted.
LYNDA: Cool. So noted. Okay, so Iím gonna enter that in the game.
ELIAS: And where shall you place this within the game?
LYNDA: Oh, I get it. Where am I going to place this within the game? I think Iím going to put it under the Sumafi family.
LYNDA: Now, whatís the difference between one point and acceptable?
ELIAS: Both may be translated in your terms as correct.
In physical translation, as I offer the response to an individual of one point, what I am expressing to the individual is that their offering of their connection within the game is the primary position of probability. As I offer the response of acceptable, this is the translation that your entry fits, in a manner of speaking, in that category or with that alignment, but may not necessarily be the primary probability or entry.
LYNDA: Can I give you an impression, to add to what you just said?
ELIAS: You may.
LYNDA: How about if I tie it into the Sumalfi rather than the Sumafi family? (Pause)
ELIAS: Let me express to you, I shall address to a misunderstanding.
Any tile or any entry that you may choose to be placing within the game, regardless that it may be connected to a subdivision family, in a manner of speaking, would be placed within the alignment of one of the nine main families. Therefore, it would not be less probable for the reason that it would be entered within the primary expression of the essence family rather than creating a new alignment of a subdivision family.
What I am expressing to you is, let us hypothetically express that there may be five entries that may be placed within a particular category in alignment with a particular color and essence family.
Now; one of those five entries is the primary, most probable entry. The other four also fit into that category and that alignment of essence family and color, but may not necessarily be the primary entry. They are not incorrect. They are equally as correct, in your terms, as the primary entry. They are not the most common entry, in another manner of speaking, but they are no less correct, in your terms, than the most common entry. Are you understanding?
LYNDA: Well, yeah. Youíre speaking in very simple terms, and Iím somewhat convoluting it, because itís very simple. I think itís way simple, what youíre saying. Thereís nine essence families, and then thereís subgroups, and itís not lesser or more. Itís placement or something. It just is what it is. Is that what youíre saying?
ELIAS: Let me offer to you in what you may view as a more objective manner. Let us express, there are nine essence families associated with nine colors, and in this, there are many different categories. Hypothetically, let us express that there may be one category of childrenís toys.
In this, you may choose a toy, and you may express the toy to be a ball. You may express, the toy is a baseball, and you may place this entry of the baseball in alignment with the blue color of the Sumari family.
Now; I may express to you acceptable in your entry, for the most common probability to be placed as an entry in that particular category associated with that color and that essence family may be a bouncing ball.
Your specification of the baseball aligns and is acceptable. It matters not that it be associated with a subdivision family of the Sumari. It shall continue to be entered in alignment with the Sumari family, for that is the encompassing alignment of all of the entries associated with the Sumari family and all of its subdivisions.
The distinction is the entry itself and its alignment in probabilities with the particular category and expression of family and vibrational quality of color.
Therefore, there may be five different types of balls that may be entered in the category of childrenís toys within the alignment of the blue and Sumari family, and one of those five different types of balls shall be the most common probability, and therefore shall be the primary entry. The other four balls may be entered also, and they shall be equally correct in their placement. They are merely not the primary position.
LYNDA: Okay. (Elias chuckles and Lynda cracks up) Okay, so let me just throw in this little bit of stuff with regard to the orientation tile that I just described to you that you said was acceptable.
The orientations cover, of course, all the families. Everybody in each of the nine essence families chooses to manifest as one of these three orientations. So, it seems like the tile I just described to you has a more encompassing ... or just relates to all of the essence families, but my distinction of the least amount of distortion and of a shift in perception ties it specifically to the Sumafi.
LYNDA: And youíre saying that thatís acceptable, although this is a rather wide subject in itself Ė the orientations. Do you understand what Iím saying? Itís a general overview sort of tile.
ELIAS: Quite, and I am understanding.
Now; let me express to you a further explanation, that you may understand why this is not the primary positioning of this entry.
It shall fit into alignment with this color and this essence family in the category of the tiles, for you have created the distinction of the element of the least distortion. Therefore, it shall fit, so to speak, in that placement within the game.
The primary position of this entry Ė which I shall offer to you Ė in this creation of this tile would be in relation to all of the essence families. Therefore, I shall express to you, in your viewing of the game, there are three other alignments for all of the categories that are not associated with an individual color or an essence family. This tile would fit, in the primary position, in one of those three categories.
LYNDA: And Iím gonna go look that up after we talk, and Iíll see what I come up with the next time we talk. Howís that?
ELIAS: You may.
LYNDA: Oh goody! Thatís what the game is then. Oh goody, Iím playing the game!
ELIAS: Ha ha ha ha!