As you’ve noticed, along with the tab “Calls” that leads to all the recordings of previous conference calls (with the exception of the grievers’ calls), I’ve added another tab, “Erik Visits”. These are all in the menu at the top of the homepage. I tried, in vain, to make the page one where each of you could post their Erik encounters themselves, but I’m going to have to do so manually. Please, please, please share any pranks, visits or other Erik mischief with me at email@example.com. Some of you have already written me through Facebook or via email, but if you can resend it to me, I’d be grateful!
Here’s the final part (phew!) of the Hitler interview and the last celebrity interview I plan to post. I hope you enjoy!
Me: What would the world have been like if you had not done the things that you did?
Hitler: Still much separation between races and cultures.
Me: Okay. Anything else?
Jamie (chuckling): My god. He just smiled!
Hitler: I like to think I had influence on the industrial era.
Jamie: And he smiled. You can tell it’s something he took pride in.
Me: Well, he did.
Jamie: Design and factories and metals. He’s proud of that, but you know when you talk about the war and everything, there was no smiling and no pride behind it. It was designed. It was a contract.
Me: It was something he had to do but wasn’t proud of? Weren’t you ashamed of it?
Hitler: I cannot be. I did what I was meant to do.
Me: I see. Do you have any messages for humanity, at all? Any advice or messages?
Hitler: We are in a world today, that if you feel strongly about your beliefs, you must stand up as an individual and make it heard, but it is very important to know what needs to be heard—
(Pause as Jamie listens to Hitler)
Jamie (to Hitler): Yeah, your translation is backwards again here.
Jamie: Sorry. We’re talking about the way he just translated that. Cuz he said what needs to be heard must be based on the whole. He’s giving a lot of imagery with it. So, basically, if you believe in something, don’t follow somebody else’s ideas. Stand up for your own ideas. But the only way you know if those ideas are valuable is if they’re helping the whole, the entirety: the family unit that you’re in, the company that you’re in, the state, the governments, the nation, the world—it’s gotta be a united front, not a single front.
Me: Okay. How would you envision the perfect world to be?
Hitler: Where there is no hatred.
Me: Mm. Will we ever have it?
Hitler: I see that we are getting close, and I know that the world can sustain it.
Erik (to Hitler): So, will we ever have it?
Hitler: For this, I don’t know.
Me: Okay. Now, Erik, what question do you have?
Erik: I wanna ask one thing: When you came out of that darkness, did you just look at yourself and say, “That was some fucked up shit!”?
Jamie: Believe it or not, that got the second smile out of him.
Jamie: He’s pausing.
Me: Oh, okay.
Jamie (laughing): Sorry. The quietness again!
Hitler: I know where you are coming from. I understand where you are coming from, but that life to me was no surprise. I was designed for it.
Me: Okay. Jamie, do you have any questions?
Jamie (emphatically): Huh uh!
Me: Thanks so much. We’ve learned a lot from you. I hope that helps you, too.
Hitler: Thank you. Have a good day. Goodbye.
Jamie: The one sitting down stands up, straightens his pants, walks straight out. Doesn’t say goodbye to me, acknowledge me, nothing.
Jamie: And the other Adolf that’s standing more casually waves. The one standing had kind of a tan suit on. This was weird. It’s almost like the world has created so much thought and descriptions of who Adolf should be, even in spirit, that he can’t come out of that design, that container from what the mass of thoughts and emotions have put on him. So, it’s almost like he divided himself so that one image can live so that people can put their hatred in one place or that healing or whatever they’re doing in that one location, and he can still be himself and house that (other Adolf), cuz he’s definitely, like I said, he’s not backing away from any of it.
Me: Wow! It’s interesting. Okay. That was a really good interview. We’ll see what kind of response that gets from the blog!
Jamie: Holy shit. Can you—I almost just about fell out of my chair when you asked him—I can’t even remember the question…
Me: Yeah, about him being like Jesus or something? How did he—
Jamie (laughing): I looked at Erik and said, ‘Holy shit, I’m not saying it.’ and he said, “Fucking say it. C’mon!” He said I was being a p-u-s-s-y.
We both giggle.
Jamie: And that’s when I asked, ‘Can I write it down?’
Me: Nah, you can say it, and it’s going to go on the blog, so…
Jamie: Holy fuck.
Erik’s been a bad influence on Jamie, language-wise. I rarely hear her curse.
Me: No editing here.
Jamie lets in a loud gasp.
On that note, enjoy your weekend, everyone!
Many of you may be disillusioned by the fact that Jamie’s booked up until September. She’s just that good. So, to help those who don’t want to wait, she has decided to offer inexpensive group phone sessions so that a handful of people can get readings from her. I’ve heard from some blog members who have already participated in them that they’re mind-blowing. Treat yourself or a friend or family member. Here are the dates for the next two months.
June: 5th, 12th @ 11:30am EST, 19th & 26th
July: 10th, 17th & 31st
August: 7th, 21st & 28th
September: 4th, 11th & 18th
October: 2nd, 9th & 30th
November: 6th, 13th & 20th
December: 4th, 11th & 18th