By Jennifer Borchers
Water Spirits in the Red Sea
This story was told to me by Martin Zoller, a clairvoyant from Switzerland, who gave several lectures to a staff club at the United Nations. It also appeared in the newsletter of the UNSRC Enlightenment Society of which I was president for five years. I will let Martin tell his story:
“When I was last at my home in Switzerland from Bolivia where I live, I met a dwarf – the invisible kind. They are part of the kingdom of nature spirits. I have also seen them in Central Park and in Bolivia. The dwarf in Switzerland told me about water-dwarfs – the ones that live under water. He said their skin is like that of fishes, but that they can also walk on the earth. Further, he said they were a bit “hard”, not that they were rude, but they had strong characters. Finally, he said that I might have the opportunity to see them on my upcoming trip to Egypt.
“I travelled with my girl friend to Egypt soon after and we looked for them. While we were at the beach, I asked telepathically where they were. Just a few minutes later, I saw them coming out of the water onto the beach. There were four of them. They talked very fast and we asked them to please slow down. They told us about how they live and what they do. My girlfriend and I planned to go diving, and they promised to meet with us under water.
“I have been diving for several years and never saw anything except normal three-dimensional creatures under water. So, I was more eager to go scuba diving than ever before. The Red Sea is a scuba diving paradise anyway, but anticipating seeing beings from another dimension was very exciting.
“About a week later we went in a motorboat in a group of seven people to one of the reefs in the Red Sea. The first dive was very nice but nothing extraordinary happened. We saw many beautiful fishes with thousands of colors. It was like being on another planet. Just imagine, you walk on the beach of the Red Sea, and look at the country side, and there is only desert and hardly any plants or flowers. But here, under the water, was a totally different landscape! There was color everywhere. There were underwater plants, and fishes of every color, but alas, no water dwarves.
“We went back to the boat and had lunch. After a peaceful siesta under the open sky, three of us prepared for a second dive, my girlfriend, the diving instructor and myself. For some 30 minutes we swam around the reef. Just when we started to go back, I felt the presence of invisible beings. I looked around and saw a group of 20 to 25 large yellow fishes swimming toward us. Focussing a bit better, I saw them – the dwarf water spirits were riding the fishes as if they were horses! They came closer and closer to us. I waved my hand to let them know I saw them. They really looked funny. They reminded me of cowboys riding horses in western movies. They came as close to us as two meters.
“Telepathically I asked them if I was just imagining them. They told me, also telepathically, that I should watch them. Then the fishes with the dwarves riding them, swam away a little and then swam around twice in a tight circles. These were movements that fishes normally don’t do. They stayed around us for ten minutes and then communicated telepathically that they had do leave. I asked them to stay, but they insisted, and waved goodbye. I waved back. And then the fishes turned around and swam away.
“When we came out of the water, I told my girlfriend that I had seen the dwarves in the water. She got very excited and told me that although she did not see them, she had felt that they were there. We were both very happy about having been together with them. It is always encouraging to know that we humans are not the only ones on this planet, but that there are beings living lives similar to ours in different dimensions.”
Jennifer Borchers is a member of the A.R.E since 1978. Her book, Facing Myself, was published by the A.R.E. Press in 1994. Jennifer lives in Manhattan, works at the United Nations, facilitates an ACIM discussion group, and had numerous paranormal experiences herself. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Martin Zoller’s e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org, and his website is: http://www.martinzoller.eu.