Ra: I am Ra. The one known as Gandalf nears the end of its incarnation. Its eyesight dims and the aqueous membrane becomes tough. This is not a comfortable circumstance, but is one which causes the entity no true discomfort.
Ra: I am Ra. There is a course of therapy which would aid the situation. However, we do not recommend it as the condition is more benign than the treatment.
Ra: I am Ra. A doctor of the allopathic tradition would give you the drops for the eyes. The cat would find the experience of being confined while the drops were given more distorted than the discomfort it now feels but is able to largely ignore.
Ra: I am Ra. Yes.
Ra: I am Ra. The one known as Gandalf will not lose eyesight or life on most possibility/probability vortices for three of your seasons, approximately.
Ra: I am Ra. Yes.
Ra: I am Ra. Firstly, we would suggest that possibility/probability vortices include those in which the entity known as Gandalf has a lengthier incarnation. Secondly, we would suggest that this entity goes to a graduation if it desires. Otherwise, it may choose to reincarnate to be with those companions it has loved. Thirdly, the entity known to you as Betty has the means of making the entity more distorted towards comfort/discomfort.
Ra: I am Ra. The one known as Carla has this information.
104.13 Questioner: Well, I was concerned about [the] possibility of moving. If we did move, this would make it very difficult for Gandalf to find his way around a new place if he can’t see. Does he see enough to be able to find his way around a new environment?
Ra: I am Ra. The vision is less than adequate but is nearly accommodated by a keen sense of smell and of hearing. The companions and the furnishings being familiar, a new milieu would be reasonably expected to be satisfactorily acceptable within a short period of your space/time.
Ra: I am Ra. It is unlikely.
Ra: I am Ra. No.
Ra: I am Ra. In this case the metaphysical component is tiny. This is the condign catalyst of old age.
Ra: I am Ra. Over a period of applications the eyesight would improve somewhat, perhaps 20, perhaps 30%. The eye region would feel less tight. Balanced against this is rapidly increasing stiffness of motion so that the holding in a still position is necessarily quite uncomfortable.
104.18 Questioner: Then Ra thinks that the benefit derived from the drops would not be worth [the] cat’s discomfort. This would probably… Is there any way that the cat could be given anesthetic and drops put in the eyes so that the cat was not aware of getting the drops?
Ra: I am Ra. The harm done by putting the allopathic anesthetic into the body complex of this harvestable entity far overshadows the stillness accruing therefrom which would allow administration of medicaments.
104.19 Questioner: I’m sorry to belabor this subject so much, but I was really hoping to come up with some way of helping Gandalf. I assume then that Ra has suggested that we just leave things as they are. How many applications of drops would be necessary to get some help for the eyes, roughly?
Ra: Approximately 40 to 60.
Ra: I am Ra. Please expel breath over this instrument’s breast.
[This was done as directed.]
Ra: I am Ra. This depends upon the allopathic physician from whom you receive them.
Ra: I am Ra. We have a difficulty. Therefore, we shall refrain from answering this query.
104.24 Questioner: I am sorry to belabor this point. I am very concerned about the cat, and I understand that Ra recommend we don’t use it, I just— use the drops and we won’t. I just wanted to know what it was we weren’t doing that would help the eyesight. I apologize for belaboring this point. I’ll close just by asking Ra if you have any further recommendation that you could make with respect to this animal… this cat?
Ra: I am Ra. Rejoice in its companionship.
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