Y’all, I’m ashamed to say that I got up at almost 1:00 in the afternoon. I’m so freaking sick. Now it’s down in my chest. I feel like my body has been run over by a Peterbilt truck. Tomorrow, I’m supposed to drive to Port O’Connor to meet the rest of the family, and since there’s no Internet, I won’t be able to post until Monday. That’ll give you a break from me! But you can go through the archives if you want and hit topics that interest you.
Since I still have a voice (albeit one that sounds like that of a man with a 4 pack a day smoking habit), I will still be hosting tonight’s radio show. I probably won’t be at the top of my gain, but I will, in spirit anyway. If you guys could send me some healing energy, I’d appreciate it. If you want to know how to call into the radio show to listen, check yesterday’s post. All the instructions are there.
Here’s a Best of Erik that’s along the lines of recent posts.
Me: In the very distant future, what will our DNA be made of, and will our bodies still be carbon based? Tell us more.
Jamie: Carbon based?
Erik: What, do I have to get out my fucking science kit now?
Me: No, I’m not asking will we become little charcoal briquettes! I’m talking about will we be made mostly of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen? And also will we still have the same type of DNA or will it be made of some weird stuff like silicon? Let’s start with DNA. What will our DNA be made of?
Jamie (chuckling): He’s just rolling his eyes at me!
Erik: Really? We’re going to talk about this?
Me: Yes, we are. Unless you refuse. Then I’ll never talk to you again.
Erik (laughing): Skip! No, okay, so this is when we evolve, correct? This is what you’re asking?
God are we ever going to get to the answer?
Me: Mm hm. In the very distant future.
Erik: When we die and go to an energetic body or evolve as a human being?
Me: I don’t know. Let’s do both. Why not?
Erik: Okay. Evolve as a human being.
Me: Wait. We won’t have DNA as energetic bodies, right? We don’t need DNA.
Erik: And when we look at ourselves as an energetic being, I mean, we are just a pure energetic source, and if you look at it, everything that’s on the earthly world, everything is made from that energetic source. Take that idea.If you’re a pure energetic body, you then can become anything that you desire. So, to talk about the make up or what would be in it is kind of awkward, because energy can feed any kind of shape, form or matter. So, we can morph. But if we’re looking at the evolution and growth of humans, we still keep shape, you know. We’re not sprouting wings. We’re not getting a new pair of webs like webbed feet or webbed hands. No gills. But what’s happening is the digestive system will change. It’ll be better, sleeker. And then there’ll be a huge difference between the doers and the thinkers. The thinkers will be more soft and blog-like, so—
Me: What do you mean?
Jamie: He’s kind of showing me that way off in the future there’s two different kinds of humans. There are the intelligent ones that are kind of like creators, inventors, architects, and their body shape is a larger, softer figure, because they’re not out there “doing.”
Jamie: And then he shows me this other type of human he calls the doers: The teachers, the motivators, and that’s kind of what they’re divided into.
Me: But don’t teachers and motivators think, too? I mean, they’re intellectuals, too!
Erik: Absolutely! Not taking that away, but their physique and what their body is made for is more agile whereas—(pause)—Think of it as a piece of Jello. You put it in a mold, it takes the shape; you don’t put it in a mold, it doesn’t really take a shape. Think of that energetically in a person’s body.
Jamie: It’s visual, so I can see where he’s going. It’s kind of, in my terms, in Jamie’s terms, it’s obese vs. fit people.
Me: Well, see, what I thought what you were saying when you were talking about doers were the people who built bridges and houses and stuff. It seems like the teachers would belong to the thinker category.
Jamie: Mm mm, cuz I don’t see classrooms.
Erik: We’re not educating the in same way. It’s getting out and exploring and traveling and hiking and stuff.
Me: Oh, I see. Gotcha.
Erik: It’s more like you’re involved in society as a doer, and you’re behind the scenes as a thinker. So, like governments, a structured government, that would be more of a thinker’s realm. And if you’re not in the government, you’re more of a doer.
Jamie: I don’t know why he’s separating them like that, but he says it’s a clear distinction.
Erik: We’ll have different strands of DNA.
Jamie: I’m asking him questions about it and he goes, “You know I’m not that fucking smart.”
Me: Yes you are!
Jamie (giggling): He’s laughing.
Erik: I think you have to say that cuz you’re my mom.
Jamie laughs loudly.
Me: Oh no! I know you’re smart. Oh, by the way, are their different levels of intelligence in the spirit world?
Erik: Um, yeah. But it’s neither seen as good nor bad.
Me: Of course.
Erik: And it’s not really an intelligence thing. It’s more of an acceptance thing. So, if you accept more of the experience or the knowledge or the belief, then you could measure and say you were more intelligent.
Me: Okay. Now what about the DNA? What’s it made of? What’s the building block for DNA?
Erik: It’s made from glue and tissue paper, and—
Me: Elmer’s Glue!
Erik: I loved the smell of it.
Me: Sniffing glue. Oh boy.
Jamie: I don’t think he’s going to share any more.
Me: Okay. Well if you find out anything more, Erik, let us know.