Category: William LePar - The Council Written by William LePar
Below, William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council, discusses the differences between dolphins and sharks. They also add a warning about eating meat of a scavenger.
Questioner: Back to the animals of the sea. I am thinking of the dolphin and automatically when I see dolphins in my mind, I see the shark.
The Council: No, there is no significance between good and bad there. The shark just is a shark. Something has to clean up ...
Questioner: The trash in the water?
C: Yes. You will not have that distinction. If you are heading towards the point that, well, if this animal is so good and that animal is so bad, was it because the animal was bad or something like that, no. Some species evolved in one-way, other species evolved in other ways. Each serves a purpose.
Questioner: Well, we have shark meat on our grocery store shelves now. That is not one of the animals we should be eating?
C: Anything that is a scavenger, a true scavenger, precautions should always be taken when eating that type of meat.
Questioner: I thought (***) was going to go from dolphin to whale, a natural connection. May I just ask where the whale and its brain and its intelligence stands in this scale compared to the dolphin?
C: It is not quite as exercised as the dolphin is. Do you understand what we mean by that?
Questioner: I believe.
C: It has a degree of relationship, not equal to the dolphin, but it does have a degree of relationship to man and particularly the large blue whale. That particular relationship does not run along the same lines as the dolphin, but there is a certain affinity between that particular species of whale and man. But it would be hard to make a comparison because, first of all, the difference in size. It would be somewhat hard to get chummy-chummy with an animal that big.
Questioner: And yet Jacque Cousteau's scuba divers who are apparently loving and want to fit in with the environment have gotten friendly with large whales.
C: It can be done but not to the same degree that an individual can relate to something the size of a dolphin nor in the number of individuals that could be.
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