Here on Wolf Spirit Radio we respect and honor people who honor respect by providing the pack with their authentic self and not a projection of who they want or try to be.
I have been graciously welcomed to the Wolf Spirit Radio Family by Dale Benadum the host of the show ‘Dale After Dark”! He has interviewed me with another co-host Andrew Bartis for a “Special Show”
Wolf Spirit is run by Dave Corso one of the worlds first “Super Soldier’s” who is now using his considerable talents and energy to Run this live stream radio station. Dave is anchoring this station for the light! I will encourage you all to make a donation to this station as this group works non stop for the truth and light.
Wolf Spririt Radio is full steam ahead and are some very advanced metaphysicians in their own rights. The insights from Andrew and Dale were expecially heartening after the dissappointing treatment for Cobra from the Coast to Coast Staff.
Our first interview was great and the second interview was done with Cobra and I together!
For this reason, we had to fully cleanse the very chaotic energies of Lemuria that led to its destruction and [also] followed it, and are still part of this past timeline that exists in the Now, so that it can catch up with the already highly refined energies of this uppermost mother planet and ascend together as united Gaia 5.
Over the past few months we have carefully chosen these magnificent individuals to resolve a number of current difficulties and enable us to complete the new transfer system. Therefore, we are now finishing some tests and intend to begin en masse in the coming month.
1. Sri Lanka’s newly elected president, Maithripala Sirisena, has announced that the import of Monsanto’s favorite killing-tool, glyphosate, will no longer be allowed in the country.
2. On May 8, the German state ministers introduced a resolution calling for "the supply to and use by private persons to be banned for precautionary reasons." The resolution also recommends prohibiting use of the herbicide near consumers. … Unfortunately, the German federal government sees "no need for action," according to the news website EurActiv.com.