The Great Whales and the Dolphin Beings are known as the Q’iquoq’i, [pronounced khi’-ee-KWO-khi’-ee]. The Q’iquoq’i can share with humans about the ancient worlds of Mu and Atlantis because they hold all of the records of our ancestors in their consciousness—individually, and as a collective. They can enter the libraries of Earth using sound keys to unlock the vibratory frequencies stored in their cellular memory. These majestic Cetaceans release those vibratory signatures into the acoustic water waves that surround them, and then can gaze upon the pictures of the nostalgic Gaian experience.
There, in those holographic images where time dissolves in the waves, the dolphins and whales are capable of accessing all the codes of those memories played back for them as their species’ collective memory. They can be as consciously present in that experience, reliving the great continent of Atlantis or the lands of Mu, as their ancestors did, just as clearly as they can be here with us in this present time that we understand as now. They are truly time travelers of the Universe.
Our Ancestors Revered the Whales and Dolphins
They wish to recount of the ancient times of great harmony between humankind and all living beings who share the planet. In those times of glorious peace, our ancestors revered and celebrated the whales and dolphins, raising the vibration of the Earth to such a wondrous pitch that conscious beings from other planetary homes within and beyond our solar system were drawn to explore the amazing vibrations that the Cetaceans sent into the Cosmic Sea from the Earth Station.
Our magnificent human ancestors were as comfortable in the oceans as they were on the earth, for they were completely attuned to the heartbeat of the Great Mother. They knew no fear because they did not kill. They knew no limitation because they linked with the soul essence in all beings. They communicated with the spirit kingdoms, honoring them in every way. They played with the spirit guardians of the seas and the spirits played back. Read more