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The Mars Records 1

The Mars Records 1

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9th

February 1997

Summary: At the beginning of this session we were just hunting around. There
was evidence in this session that Michael was at least partly influenced to enroll
in going to Mars (and possibly in the Navy) due to a crystal that a military ear,
nose and throat specialist inserted into him with a needle, when he was 18 years
old.

Eventually the memory of an incident on Mars surfaced. In it he went rock
climbing with his wife on Mars. They didn’t have ropes and she slipped, fell and
died.

Start of session.

F/N 3.8

We are going to go over the
incident that we looked at in the

last session again.
Move to the start of the incident.

F,F

3.7

Ship (single seat space craft)
Fun

F,F

3.5

F,F

Take another pass (attack run on
enemy ship)

Third time
There is some danger

I lose consciousness when the
enemy missile penetrates the ship

How long is it before you are
retrieved?

A week

F

They put me back together
Is this incident now erased?

X

Yes

X

(Here there is a note about
‘implant’ – think I said that we were
going to have a look at possible

implants – or Michael said he had
one).

Did someone do something to you
to make you be recruited?

F,F

The reads on the question indicate
that the answer is ‘yes’

I got tonsils removed

Move to the start of that incident
Be on the operating table

SF

I presume here that he mentioned

an operating table, otherwise I
would not have asked this question.

Humans

SF

My doctor was

F

a military eye, ear & nose
specialist.

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Did he give it to you?

SF

The reads confirm the doctor’s

involvement

It’s tiny

SF

It’s crystal

LF

Where did he put it?

F

3.7

In the back of the neck
How was it inserted?

A needle

F

Note the read

Is it now deactivated?
Yes

F

I had a dream

LF

‘Chilling out’,
shaking

Note his body reaction

What’s happening now?

For a while after here it is unclear
as to what is going on.

(unclear notes here)
War

F

Do you remote view for the
Galactic Confederation?

Yes

SF

Do you terminate a well known
person?

LF

2.8

The big read indicates that he did

How?
Mind. Stroke.

F

Note the read. The read indicates

that he did terminate a well known
person on earth

On earth?

LF

What country?

F

I’m not getting anything

When?
1980

X

Has anyone been surveilling you,
with intention against you?

3.5

Machine

F

Has anyone been surveilling you?
No

F

Do you report in?

Yes. It’s a phone thing. I’m
conditioned to report to someone

In your sleep?

F

Note the read on the question. This
indicates that the answer is ‘yes’.

Remember this about the phone
and his sleep. In a much later
session (Session 31, 24th

October

1998), he gets the realisation that
he got activated by messages given
over the phone. He also

remembers waking up to answer
the phone, walking down the
hallway (which should have woken

him) – but couldn’t remember who
he spoke to.

What is the last day you dialled in?

SF

3 days

SF

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Did you speak to anyone?

LF,LF ↓3.2 BIG reads and sudden drop in TA
here.

How many universes are you

operating in now?

LF Chills

We get a hot item here.

This question should be asked of
anyone who starts giving out
information which doesn’t make

sense.

3

F

Note the read

Tell me some times when you had
a positive memorable time.

Mars – living there.

LF

Desert

LF

Old ruins.

3.3

What could you do there?
Kill

3.9

Reconnaissance

Shield
Gather information

F

Remote influence

SF

Listen

SF

Trouble shoot

F

- equipment

See what’s wrong with the
computer

Organs
You do that?

Yes

F

Affect hardware

SF

Sabotage

SF

Move things?

It’s no big deal. You don’t move it
– you affect the energy affecting it.

SF

Do you have an incident in
restimulation?

As nothing is budging, we may have
an incident in restimulation.

Move to the start of the incident.

F

It appears as though we do.

F

3.9

F,SF

I feel a little sad

Yep – negative emotions are being
brought in.

Feel down

SF

I don’t like killing people

3.8

SF,SF

Martians

F,F,F 3.3

Good reads and a drop in tone arm

indicate we are in a hot area.

3.7

F

There’s an accident

F

Somebody got hurt

F

How?

They fell down

SF

LF

↓3.2

Move to the beginning of the
incident. Move through the

incident telling me about it as you
go.

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There’s somebody falling down on

rocks.

SF

A woman

SF,LF 3.0

Plenty of reads here

She’s my wife

SF

She’s dead

LF,F

Where is this?

We’re both climbing

LF

She slipped and fell
I repeat the question, where is

this?
Mars

F

We have a read on the location.

When?

1978

X

But no read on the year. Looking
over the notes later on I realised
that at some time we should

perhaps confirm what year this
occurred.

SF,F

She hit her head

SF

Are you in the country side?

The desert

F,F,F

Note the reads

We’re on vacation

SF,F

Move to the start of the incident.
Move through the incident telling

me about it as you go.

LF,F 2.8

LOTS of reads. Plus TA has come
down now into a good range (2-4).

This is the first time since the
subject of Mars came up that we
have got the TA down into a good

range.

She has dark hair

LF,F

There are hills

F

A dumb thing happens

SF

2.9

Move to the start of the incident.

Move through the incident telling
me about it as you go.

We’re on holiday.
We’re just in the hills

We don’t take any ropes.

It’s a hiking trip

SF

Gravel

She’s down at the bottom

There’s nothing I can do about it.

SF,SF

I have a communication device

I call for help, but it’s too late.

I blame myself for it.
I didn’t protect her.

Do you still blame yourself?

(answer not recorded)

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Now I want to run this incident

through from her point of view. Be
her. Move to the start of the
incident, and being her, move

through the incident telling me
about it as you go.

F,F

3.0

The reason for this is that many

times the most amount of emotional
charge does not come from the
person in the session. It is

generated by someone else in the
incident. Getting the client to take
another’s point of view gets the

charge off much quicker, and they
usually get a much better idea of
what is going on. Once they are

told to ‘be the other person’ they
access what that person is thinking
and feeling.

(speaking as the wife) I really want

to go on this trip. I want to impress
him.

SF

2.9

F,LF

The reads indicate that he is
successfully speaking from her
point of view.

My foot slips. I slide face down. I
hit bottom, and flip over.

I hit my head.

SF,F

It’s a quick death

How do you feel?

(speaking as Michael).There was
nothing I could do.

F/N

A good realisation! Now he can
stop blaming himself.

She was hard headed and wanted
to do it.

Pain in the ass. It still sucks –
people doing things like that for
sport.

Is there an earlier, similar incident?

This question was probably asked
because Michael probably still didn’t

look bright and happy, indicating
that there was some charge from an
earlier situation.

Yes

Move to the incident and tell me
when you’re there.

F

I hit my head

2.9

I did something.

F

I have a few bruises.

I should have learned my lesson.

LF

2.7

Move to the beginning of the

incident and tell me when you’re
there.

It’s a training exercise.

SF

The initial charge from this incident
came from the loss of his wife. The
remainder of the charge comes

from physical pain that he himself
experienced.

In the desert

SF

I am careless. I put my foot down

wrong.

SF

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My right elbow hurts.

SF

Maybe I am hurt worse than I

thought.
Somebody else is laughing.

SF

Making fun of me.

SF

When is this?
1976

Survival

3.0

I should have had better boots.
Pressure in head. Hot and tired.

F/N

Client felt good but not great after
session.

End of session

© Stephanie Relfe 2000

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