Thank you

I would like to thank the blogger QingQing and the siteowner Fallen Star (?not sure if this is the correct name) for their efforts with translating excerpts of the Datre information from english to chinese. Unfortunately I can't really qualityassure it, I've used the google translator to give me a glimpse into the works and hopefully the meaning will get across. I know by experience that translating Datre can be a bit tricky, with all the abstract meanings and words.

The site is  evolutionhome.org   , by searching for it in google and choosing the option to translate the entire site you can see some of their writings. The Google translation is not very accurate unfortunately, the chinese to english is probably the best option. You can find a link to QingQing's blog there. QingQing has translated several excerpts of the Datre transcripts, and Fallen Star has begun on excerpts from the Datre books. Looks promising! :-)

I would also like to thank those that have downloaded and uploaded the Datre transcripts to their own websites, like Louis Yagera and the site Psychic101, and others that have refered to the Datre transcripts.

The main purpose of this blog has been to make the Datre transcripts available, and now that the transcripts and books have been uploaded I probably won't post much here, unless I find any information about John, Aona and Datre, - or perhaps new channels channeling Datre? That would be interesting. Or other Datre related info. But I'll still answer in comments if you ask me to.

About the comments, I've decided to have comment approval on since I don't use this blog frequently, and there can pass a week or two between I log in. Unfortunately the mailsystem that's suppose to notify me about new comments didn't quite function well, so that's why some of the comments have been published late. I haven't deleted any. But this way it prevents spam and completely unrelated stuff being posted.

And so, what can I say?  "Be all the YOU that you can be." :-)
I'm janitor, I thank you, have a good one :-)


Comments

  1. Good day to you,

    I understand Datre more clearly through QingQing's work. And I think she is good to extract the important part by not only translating line by line.

    Thank you for all the work.

    Thanks and regards,
    Sook Ling

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