TRM Bone Throw January 2006
What’s Ahead in 2006?
Alan: And now it’s time for our first Bone Throw of 2006, Kay Cordell
Whitaker with us here in the studio. I always have to look through this
little slot here to see you. She is sitting on the floor. She has to be
down there, where, if this is the first time you’ve heard of the Bone
Throw, there are some 60 plus Bones representing different Spirit
Nations thrown on a cloth and Kay has been trained for many, many years
with her adopted grandparents in the tradition of the Hetakas from South
America, to be able to read the Bones. And of course, usually there is a
question or request of some prophetic, profound importance like, “what’s
happening in 2006”.
We decided that was the best question for January, including, “the good,
the bad and the ugly and the really good,” as Helmut, Kay’s husband and
partner said. Let’s find out what’s going on and maybe we can break that
down into a few different areas at some point. Government and politics,
spirituality and consciousness and the whole concept of war and peace
and the duality of that. So I turn it over to you Kay, it’s all yours.
Kay: The first thing that the Bones talk about in this Throw is the
awareness of spirituality, the need for something more, something
deeper, something fuller. Something to do with experiencing life to a
greater extent, to be clearer, to be more awake. People are going to be
noticing more and more. It’s not just the little spiritual crowds we are
talking about. An awful lot of people out there through “Middle America”
and the rest of the modern culture around the planet, they are looking
more and more and more to waking up.
They are noticing something is really wrong. Something is wrong with
their thinking, with how the “powers-that-be” have manipulated the way
they think, the way they feel and they want out; they want out of that
prison and that is pointing directly at turning things to a local [and
Like with the economics, we are living in a planetary economic system
and it seems to be mostly controlled by our country, the United States,
but it’s a planetary thing and that economic system is … it’s like a
dinosaur. It’s looking here, out [to the side], way in the past. It’s a
dinosaur, way in the past – it’s falling apart from its own weight.
Through 2006 it’s taking a little bit of a gain in the way that it works
with its forever, ever-gain attitude so it’ll strengthen a little bit;
but don’t put all your money there and don’t put it there for very long
because it’s going to fall apart and we can’t really tell exactly when,
but it will be soon.
The place to put the money is locally. Small business. Businesses that
have integrity in terms of spirituality, the health of the planet, the
health of all the different Beings that are on the planet, the
well-being of all the different ethnic and racial groups of humans on
the planet, a win win win philosophy. And that’s where you want to put
your money: those small groups, the local economic dynamics is gaining
very, very strongly and very, very fast all the way through 2006.
Alan: Now what I was going to say, this is good news, I mean.
Kay: It’s good.
Alan: We haven’t really, in the last couple of years since we’ve been
doing this, we’ve been referring to people being asleep, but more that
they weren’t even aware of the strata of rock and sediment and earth
that they were trapped in, in a way. But now you are saying, well,
they’ve had it, like it’s so obvious.
Kay: They’ve had it. They’ve noticed. They are noticing. Right in the
center [of the Bone Throw] there is the [piece that describes the
“Majority] Population”, the population that tends to go with the status
quo, that have been sucked into all that blind belief, the whole
propaganda system that has been put out there by the “powers-that-be”.
They’ve been in that, drowning in it, blinded by it; just swallowing it
up and buying it hook-line-and-sinker. And now they aren’t.
The entire politics, the big politics (our country and global politics),
[the people] are looking at it in a very different way. They are looking
at the war in a different way – they are looking for peace. They are not
so willing to blindly believe all of that spewed out verbal garbage
that’s coming from these governments, that’s coming from the
“powers-that-be”. They are looking for something different, [something
Alan: Again, it’s about time that’s happened, thank goodness that’s
happened. Anything specific about as people look around in 2006, of
course we have a major congressional election that’s going to be coming
up this year. We have lost a good part of the checks and balances in
government from the administration’s control, you know, of the house and
the senate being republican, and of course the Supreme Court has made
some decisions that one wonders about also, and new appointees. So what
does it look like heading into November? Do you think we are going to
see some sweeping changes in the elections?
Kay: Yes, definitely. The government, the people in government, are
headed in a direction of being cleaner, more honest, less corruption,
less of those underhanded control values and goals. So we are going to
be seeing some very different things in our government structure. I
think what [the politicians] are noticing is that they need to satisfy
the public, the people. If they want to stay in office, if they want
their entire governmental system to stay intact, then they better start
listening to the people. And the people are saying that there is way too
much corruption, there is too much power-over, our individual powers
[and rights] are being taken away, month after month, year after year,
and they are sick of it. They don’t believe [the rhetoric] anymore, they
don’t believe all the terrorist stuff, they don’t believe all the war
propaganda. They are not believing the economic lies, the [endless
nonsense] about products. It’s all shifting and changing and we are
going to see a very dramatic thing happening through 2006 in all of
those regards. And I think there is going to be a big shift in the
people there: who is going to be put into office and those who are
staying better get on board or they’ll be out.
Alan: What about, I mentioned “war and peace”, being a book title, but,
any sense of what’s going to happen as we go through 2006 with the war
in Iraq? Any possibility of some revolutionary shift or change in our
Kay: The people have their eye on peace and that’s literally how it
looks in the Throw. The people, the people’s actions, what they’re
thinking, what they’re planning is all for peace. How far we get through
this whole next year, the Spirits don’t say exactly, but the people want
a major change. And the [Bone] piece that is sitting here allowing for
change – whether we can actually do it, access it, make it happen –
that’s the “Death” [piece], the “Skull” and it’s right side up. It’s in
a strong, strong place. That means the door of opportunity for major
change is sitting right there. All we have to do is make the decision
and step through the door.
The commitment piece is sitting right in the center, right there, but it
needs to be picked up, it hasn’t been picked up yet.
Alan: Picked up in the sense of?
Kay: Well, “Commitment” [in the Bones] is in two pieces. First you say
the words: “I’m going to commit to ‘this’ and I’m going to do, you know,
‘a, b, c, d, e’”. That’s easy. We get a lot of words.
Alan: Walking the talk is what you are talking about. Walking your talk.
Kay: It’s taking the action on those words, following through. And in
the symbology here, the tribal symbology, it’s the “War Club”. You may
have spoken to the [authorities] and to the people: “Oh look, I’m going
to go to war and save you people from these nasty outsiders”. But the
real goods are when you get the war club in hand and you are going
outside the village where you’re safe and you are taking real action
that puts you in danger because you want to preserve something you
believe in. That’s following through, taking action, even if it means
your own death. That’s real commitment.
Alan: I believe you folks, both you and Helmut have seen Syriana. That
movie portrays this country and some of the corporate interests,
particularly the oil business, in a certainly very negative way. There
is some elusion to realities and it’s created controversy in some of the
reviews in the movie, but it’s interesting that it’s out in that form –
“what’s going on in the Middle East?” ...
Kay: It’s going to be coming out more and more. We are going to see a
lot more into the public’s eye. We’ve had a lot of censorship through
the media and now we’re going to see things seeping through. We are
going to see people, the general public, paying attention to these
alternative sources of information, alternative press. They can’t hold
back the truth.
Alan: And of course, the internet seems to be more of an underground
these days, not unlike FM radio was back in the 60s with a lot of music
and protest and revolution.
Kay: It’s going to make a big difference.
Alan: Although TV did cover that too. Well, let’s look at one final
aspect of this; we mentioned spirituality, consciousness and religion.
Early on, when you started, you were saying people are waking up. So
what happens in that wake up scenario to the whole, let’s say,
fundamentalist Christianity or radical Islam or these different
religions that have moved into a place of predominance for a lot of
people? Are we going to see a new form of spirituality, where people are
going to start to walk away from some of those religions that don’t
really give them the deeper sense of who they are and who we all are as
a collective on the planet?
Kay: Literally, people are walking away from fear, judgment, control,
blind belief. They’re walking towards perceiving things for themselves –
waking up – perceiving and experiencing things for themselves, making
their own decisions about things, finding their own solutions.
People want to dream their own dream!
They are getting very, very tired of trying to participate in somebody
else’s dream that has been forced upon them. The “Dreaming” piece, the
“Planning” [piece], is right in the center: it’s a fundamental center,
it’s like the axis of the wheel. We’re going to see a whole lot more of
that through 2006: People being willing to dream something new and
different and take action on it.
Alan: Alright so…
Kay: Dream the dream.
Alan: It’s good news. I mean, this is the year, a good year ahead in
that context. O.K., Kay Cordell Whitaker. Her new book is available.
It’s great! It’s called “Sacred Link”. You can also request to be on the
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Thanks Kay, good talking with you today.
Kay: Thank you.