Erik on Antarctica, Part One

Unfortunately, we were unable to air the radio show last night because at the last minute, Raylene’s son had to be hospitalized. Next Thursday, we’ll have the same topic: What death is like, and callers will call in to share how Channeling Erik and Erik, himself, has changed their life. 

Enjoy today’s post, and have a wonderful weekend!

Kim: Hey! Good morning.

Me: Hey, good morning to you! We’ve had tornado warnings come out of my phone like crazy. We have tornados all over us, so I might have to hunker down under the knee hole any minute, but…

Kim: We have pretty good weather for Ohio. I can’t complain.

Me: Oh, that’s good. Wait, I thought you had a big ice storm coming your way.

Kim: It missed us and went south. So now it’s 40, 50 and kind of cloudy.

Me: Good, well don’t come over here right now, but it’s going to be fine weather when you come over for the Houston Channeling Erik event.

Kim: I can’t wait.

Me: It’s going to be so much fun. Erik, I have so many interesting things to talk about with you. How are you doing today?

Erik does a drumroll, then rubs his hands together.

Erik: I got your back, Mom.

Me: Aw, are you doing okay?

Erik (tapping his chest): I’m proud of you, and I love you.

Me: Aw, that’s so sweet. I’m proud of you, too, baby. So Erik, are you excited about people coming to your home and learning from you?

Kim: I think that’s where he’s going with the, “I’m proud.”

Erik: I’m proud because you work so hard, and you never stop. You never stop giving or doing for people, and I feel like this is a whole new level of putting yourself and Channeling Erik out there by bringing people into your home.

Kim: He’s showing you going through all of these different emotions this weekend like it’s going to be fun, exciting, weird, confusing. You’re going to go through all these different emotions, analyzing how you feel about this.

Erik: That’s why I keep saying I’m proud. The bottom line, is this will take courage.

Me: Yeah.

I do have misgivings on whether it will trigger some pain, taking people to the room where he took his last breath and to his grave marker.

Erik: You should be proud.

Me: Aw, thank you. All right. Let’s start out with—gosh, where do we start? What about, uh, there are three small topics that people have submitted, and I think they can all fit into one YouTube. I’m not sure, but here’s one from a blog member: “What’s really going on in Antarctica? Why is most of it a no-fly zone? What was Buzz Aldrin’s original tweet about it being pure evil and a picture of supposed pyramids? Is it an alien base? The Nazis were apparently fascinated by it and Admiral Byrd had many things to say about it as well.” All right, that’s a little long-winded, but what’s going on there? What’s the mystery behind Antarctica?

Kim: It’s really interesting what he’s showing me. A lot of time he’ll go back and forth between communicating with clairvoyance and clairaudience, and he’s showing me an image of Antarctica, but above it, it looks like sacred geometry, but he’s also explaining what that is. I don’t know what sacred geometry is, really. I’ve never read anything about it. What Erik is showing is a weird grid, an energy grid. It’s interesting, though, because at first he shows me this triangle with all these different lines through it, but then he kind of shifts the perspective like he turns it and it turns into an octagon with even more lines through it.

Erik: Energetically, it’s a portal, a vortex. It’s a highly concentrated center of energy.

Kim: He’s really emphasizing this place as a vortex, as an energy portal like to travel between dimensions.

Me: Wow! Was it made naturally or was it created by aliens or mankind?

Erik: No, it’s natural. It has to do with the geographical location and everything else about the location of this place. It’s naturally made; it’s not manmade or anything else made. In it, electronics will go to shit because when you have energy that’s naturally so high or so intense, the electromagnetic field jacks up our manmade devices. It interferes with those frequencies and their effectiveness or functionality.

Me: Okay.

Erik: There are so many reasons why so many different people and cultures are drawn to this area. Some of it has to do with past lives. Look at Sedona. We know that Sedona has these energy vortices out there, but Sedona isn’t even on the same scale in comparison to Antarctica.

Me: Oh!

Erik: It’s so intense, and I think the reason people are drawn to it is because they’ve had past life experiences with it.

Kim: Well, someone said it might be evil. What’s that all about?

Erik (in a matter of fact tone): That all depends on your consciousness like what you perceive and how you perceive it. If you perceive it as being evil or low, that’s just a reflection of your consciousness. Now, I’m not calling you evil, but it’s a reflection of where you are in your expansion and personal growth.

Me: Oh, okay.

Erik: Your capability to understand. Basically, if you can look at it without judgment—well, not necessarily without judgment. Look at it neutrally without attachments to ideas or concepts. Then is when you can have a real experience with it. I wouldn’t be surprised if massive communication happens there between veils. So if a medium or psychic could travel to the area, I wouldn’t be surprised if they were just extremely over-stimulated and overwhelmed by the energy. But you don’t have to physically go there. You can tap in as a quantum way of communication. You don’t have to be there physically to experience that. You know that.

Me: I think Jamie was going there or is going there or has gone there recently. Jamie, the medium.

Kim: Oh my god.

Me: Yeah, so that’s interesting. She’s taking a tour there.

Kim: It seems like this vortex or portal is a place that has—

Erik: So, you know, Mom, every place has like a collective consciousness. Every place has its vibe, its feel.

Erik dances with his hands.

Erik: In Antarctica, the collective consciousness is very expansive, and it feels like infinite wisdom. I know that probably sounds silly. It’s not just secluded to being that place only, but the collective consciousness holds a lot of wisdom there that’s far beyond our current time.

Kim: This is weird. I don’t know what it means. Erik is actually referencing the Bermuda Triangle.

Me: Oh yeah, so it’s kind of like that?

Kim: Yeah, he’s comparing it to the Bermuda Triangle, energetically. There are a lot of mysteries surrounding both. He’s talking disappearances and deaths and that sort of thing, too. Those two are similar like that.

Me: Oh, okay.

Erik: Do some research on both and see how they compare.

Me: Okay. Do the aliens have anything to do with it, and is there an alien base there in Antarctica or under it?

Erik: No.

Kim: Well, as far as the climate goes, can they be there?

Erik: Extraterrestrial beings, whether they manifest physically or not, the environment doesn’t affect their capabilities. They know of Antarctica, but as far as having stations there, they don’t.

Me: Okay.

Kim: This is interesting. He gave me the word nomads to describe aliens.

Erik: You’re not going to find them stationed in one place.

Me: So they don’t even use the vortex at all?

Erik: Oh, they use it. (cupping his hands around his mouth and whispering) That’s why they’re so effective. Because of their nomadic nature, they don’t stay attached to a certain place. Think of them more as widespread, more collectively—no, not collectively—working on us, working with us as a whole. They don’t pick and choose.

Kim: He’s laughing when he says that. I don’t know why.

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  • Kristen Swain

    Hi Elisa, this is off topic, but could you add Chris Cornell to the list of people to be interviewed? (I’m sure that list is very long and growing fast.) He touched so many of us with his amazing voice and powerful music. I’m sure he is spending time with his wife and kids still to help them through their shock and grief, but when you get time, and he gets settled into his transition I’m sure Erik could teach us even more on this one. (It is still unclear if his meds were a catalyst in his choosing suicide) Thanks so much for your tireless service. Kristen

    • I could but since I have about 400 on the list, I’ll likely never get to him in my lifetime or the next!

      • Kristen Swain

        No worries, I truly don’t know how you even keep up with everything you do! It was worth a shot, but I figured the list was crazy long. Thanks though, I still appreciate the huge library you’ve already created for all of us. Kristen

      • 🙂

  • Monica

    Great topic, great topic!!! I have so many questions. Like, I know the melting off the ice will probably cause problems to the energy field. Will we loose this place? What is it going to happen with it? How much time do we have?
    Also, I was wondering if it would be possible to interview Brandon Lee?????
    I love you Erik! So much ❤

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