The following lectures are from Wandbua, the historian. Frank channeled these lectures at the same time that he was channeling Reed and the others in circa 1972. From the book The Art of Living by Frank Moore.


Hello, Frank.  Let us continue.  The nonhuman villagers never went outside their wooden wall except in groups of three or more, even to drink from the river.  As I said before, the main reason for this was protection against wild animals, and especially against the creatures which lived in the woods on the island’s west side.  These creatures had been meat-eaters, preying on animals up to the size of deer.  They also killed any villager they found alone in the plain.  These creatures at first killed only for food. The villagers were slender and graceful; by the standards of that primitive world, they were tall — about five feet, four inches on the average.  They would have been physically no match for the stocky creatures, even if the villagers had not been passive.  They had no weapons save fire which they used to scare the creatures away whenever the creatures came too close to the wall.  The villagers were content with staying within the safety of a group and with using their awareness to keep the creatures at a distance.

These creatures were to be the earth homes of human spirits.  These creatures were starting to have flashes of self awareness at the time we are talking about.  The way for these flashes to take place was prepared — Frank, relax.  I am having a difficult time coming through.  I have to try again later today or tomorrow.