I made the mistake of posting this in my intro, and am still learning the system here...
In one of the sessions, the Ra material is judged to have been distorted by about 37 percent by the C's
Given that Don Elkins was quite dedicated to clarifying errors with his source, achieving transparency with his channelling instruments, and asking some of the most brilliantly worded questions I have ever read, I find the revelation quite incredible, I must admit. I admit to a little bit of snipping, which I believe cuts to the chase of what I joined in for...
I suppose Ra's description of the life of the one known to L/L Research as Jehoshua (and to Laura and her group as Jesinavarah) could be a candidate for a major portion of perceived error: major differences on the question of martyrdom plus breadth-over-physical-distance of ministry... does such a disparity constitute the difference, or are there further ones a person should be made aware of?
Does this tie in with the contention that the Ra group were excessively focused on positive polarity? Or perhaps is this an example of two events in a concurrent timeline but with two distinct paths due to 4th density STS tampering? Considering the dates of the sessions of interest [Don Elkins' (Ra's questioner) version, revealed in Session 84, April 14, 1982, and for Laura's session with the C's (session 30, September 1994)], there would have had to have been a minimum of two trips per comparable detail for them both to have received the 'truth' in its context, and for them to be different (or at least for Don's information to be part of the aforementioned 37 percent error rate posited by the C's). However, if Don's information is 'more accurate' to this time/space, then only one trip would have been necessary to falsify it historically (in the act of creating the history which Laura's contacts/higher selves/complexes would quite honestly and correctly perceive as much as Elkin's as the 'way it happened'
Any input on this?
(I could cite the specific texts here, but since they're both so available, and the people who know the answer to my humble naive question already know the work, there should be no need to spend the space unless requested )