Me: I’m curious about your thoughts about other planets in our solar systems since they all appear lifeless and with harsh environments. The blog member asking this question went to this website that stated that most moons and planets in our solar system actually do contain life, but at different vibrational levels than ours, making them undetectable to us. Do they exist in their own right or are they mainly around just for decoration. (I burst out laughing.)
Jamie (laughing, too): I love that!
Erik: Like rearranging shit on your coffee table? Yeah, we have all that shit out in the Universe just so we can have some pretty decorations.
Me: Yeah! What an interesting question, though! So what’s the deal? Is our solar system filled with other beings?
Me: Cool! Tell me about it.
Erik: It’s stupid of our race to think that our planet is the only ones that can contain life. I mean, look at our own fucking planet. We have things living at the bottom of the ocean in pure darkness in the coldest of cold. Shit is thriving there. We just don’t have the instruments to measure it; we don’t have a way to get down there and scoop it up and know how to identify it without finding it first. Fuck, we have shit growing in lava! It’s the same with other planets. They’re harsh in terms of what we need to survive, but they’re perfect for other vibrational beings.
Me: Do they vibrate outside of the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum?
Erik: Yeah, but not all of them, Mom. Most of them, they use bodies like we do. Trees are bodies. Insects and animals, they’re bodies. They have bodies in these other living—
Jamie (to Erik, in girlie embarrassment): I don’t know what you just said! (pause) Let’s just use “environments”.
Erik: Other living environments, but yet, we don’t identify them as a body, because we think, “That’s fucked up. That’s gotta be dead; that’s not living.” But it is. So, we’ll get smarter at identification, and that’ll help us open our perspective and beliefs, and it’ll turn out pretty cool.
Me: Yeah, so there are bodies made for very harsh environments. Is that what you’re saying?
Me: Yeah, I think there are bacterium that live in extremely hot environments. They’re called archae bacteria, and they live in up to 212 degrees. But there are also beings that exist on these planets and moons that we can’t see, because they’re different vibrational frequencies, right?
Me: Okay. I just want to clarify that for the readers. Anything else on that? Can you expand more?
Erik: Of course we can expand more, but I think, for now, just a general painting is enough for people grasp, and if they wanna dig deeper, invite them to ask the questions.
Me: Are they all friendly to us, or are any of them—
Erik (chuckling): Oh, no! No. Wouldn’t we live in a cheery, happy universe if that were true!
Me: Do any of them know of our existence?
Me: I’m talking about the ones in our solar system.
Jamie: Yeah. He’s still talking about our solar system, too.
Me: So, do they all, do they even know about our existence?
Jamie: He’s going with yes, but he can’t give me any specifics on it.
Me: Okay. And are the ones that know about us hostile toward us? Are any of them?
Erik: Some, yes.
Me: Are they planning anything evil?
Me: Okay, good. They just don’t like us.
I’m thinking they’re some microscopic little worms of something.
Erik: Yeah, for fear of invasion.
Me: They don’t like us, because they think we’re going to invade them?
Let’s just promise them we won’t
Guess what, guys. I just uploaded Part One of Erik’s new video about the afterlife. Be sure to visit the Channeling Erik YouTube channel to watch and subscribe to the channel so you won’t miss any upcoming videos. I’ll be posting several each week. Don’t worry, they’re short and manageable. And fun!
Also, for those of you who missed out, register and listen to the recording of last Saturday’s event. Jamie trance channels Erik, meaning she leaves her body and Erik steps in. The things Erik shares are very powerful. Plus, as always, he’s in rare form. Freaking hilarious. Twenty bucks for a 90 minute video is peanuts for entertaining, life-changing stuff!
Lastly, there are a few open spots for the group phone reading with Jamie. You can ask any questions you’d like and communicate with your deceased loved ones.
The journey on which you’re about to embark will take you through stories that are deeply personal and involves a relationship between a mother and her son.
As a physician raised by two atheists, I had no personal belief system about life after death. In a word, I was a confirmed skeptic. As my journey progressed, my mind opened. It is my sincerest hope that yours will open as well and that you will have a greater understanding of your own life and what’s to come ahead.
Although Erik sometimes paints a rosy picture of the afterlife, time and time again he stresses that suicide is not the answer to one’s problems. If you struggle, please understand that the information in my blog and my book is no substitute for professional help. Please click here for a list of resources for help when you find yourself considering taking your own life. Know that they are readily available when you feel that hopelessness and despair that many of us feel from time to time in our lives.
I refuse all donations and ad revenue on the blog. It is my dream to one day establish a nonprofit organization that delivers a variety of spiritual services for those who have lost loved ones to suicide and cannot afford that assistance on their own. It’s a mission of love, sacrifice, and dedication.
Love and light,