What a central part of our lives the computer and Internet access has become.
When Mike Quinsey’s hard drive died, he went around the dark side of the moon as far as contact went. He doesn’t have Internet access, no Skype, no email. No one even had his phone number and Maarten Horst had to dig around for it. Finally Maarten established contact with Mike and reported:
“I’ve spoken with [Mike] on the phone for half an hour and he’s really touched and
really appreciates very much what people have done.
“He told me he recently opened a Paypal account, so the donation can be transferred there.”
Subsequent to that I tried a trial transfer of $1 to the Paypal account I was given for Mike and that worked. I then transferred an initial amount of $4,000 to Mike, my knees shaking at the thought of transferring a sum I could never replace if anything happened to it but, lo and behold, everything worked well. Here are the details:
Date Type Status Details Amount
Aug 27, 2011 Payment For michael quinsey Unclaimed … -$4,000.00 CAD
I now intend over the course of the day to move the rest of the amount collected over to Mike. I’ll hold a slight sum back to cover expenses such as the cost of cellphone calls from Europe and bank charges. Paypal also requires some additional operations before the remainder can be moved over such as “accepting” certain transactions. Working with Paypal in this way is absolutely new to me so I’m feeling my way along.
I called Mike to confirm the transfer and he asked me again to convey to all of you how deeply touched he is at the wave of support he’s received. This is the second time that people have responded to him so magnanimously. He said he recognizes the tremendous movement of energy that an action like this represents and is humbled to be the object of it.
He also confirmed that he intends to use part of the funds left over from purchasing his new computer to see to the welfare of Billie Woodard, the Agarthan gentleman who has been persecuted by his government for revealing details about the Inner Earth civilization. The cabal has been hiding the existence of Agartha and Billie’s testimony that puts a tremendous dent in that cover-up. I’ll be posting some of Billie’s material so you can share with me knowledge of what his message is.
He said as well that he’ll use another part of the money to install a search engine on his Tree of the Golden Light site, which will make the messages of SaLuSa more accessible by an order of magnitude. This for me is an extremely welcome development. You can see from the search box on Matthew Ward’s site how easy it is to discover what Matthew has to say about any topic you care to search on. Now that capability will become available for SaLuSa’s teachings. I can’t wait to be the first to use it.
I told him not to purchase a search engine if there was a yearly fee that was prohibitive and he said, well, we really only had to worry about that up till 2012, did we not? Well, yes, that’s true.
He said that he was aiming to have his next message from SaLuSa out by Friday at the latest, perhaps sooner if possible. He also said that his hard drive has been corrupted and he’s not sure if that means he’s lost everything on it or not. I lost numerous hard drives as long as I was in the PC world. All of my correspondence went. Thank heavens all my research was backed up. I put in a quiet pitch for the Mac world but didn’t want to influence Mike unduly.
So Mike is now off to the computer shop as we speak.
This entire project was the brainchild of Kees de Graaff and Luisa Vasconcelos. It was midwifed by Maarten Horst and starred a cast of hundreds (you). I wonder if SaLuSa and the galactics engineered the whole thing to mobilize our sentiment and draw us all together. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear that when they finally get here and we’re able to ask them.
In the meantime, we’ll have SaLuSa back soon and every one of you has had a hand in re-establishing that connection.
Thank you for your generosity.