DWQA QuestionsCategory: Channeling PitfallsIs the prominent channeler of divine teachings [name withheld] now corrupted as a source of divine information? Is it better to delete mention of him in our database, because it reads like an endorsement?
Nicola Staff asked 4 months ago

This is up to your discretion but, at the present time, we see more harm than good potentially, and this client’s experience illustrates the dangers here—that anything that you put forward, because of the high level and authenticity of your information, will be taken as gospel by many who follow you. And they will not be thinking along the lines of a possibility that other individuals, as sources, may have a mixed array of information, some genuine or even most genuine, but with occasional lapses that could be quite serious if encountered and embraced. This is simply the difficulty of the times with the array of practitioners, teachers, intuitive gurus, and so on, most of whom are corrupt and being managed directly by the Extraterrestrial Alliance. So, we agree, this is a risk and more a liability than a benefit. After all, you are giving much more authoritative information about the extraterrestrial issue, and that greatly supersedes what has come before from this source.