Tag Archives: past lives

Can David Wilcock Be Mistaken?

Jane Doe (October 21, 1906) I’ve had this book since 1976, I believe. It was printed in 1968. It’s my Edgar Cayce “Bible”. In my earlier post, today, I quoted from it to support the idea that Beth Leone may … Continue reading

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Spiritual Discretion or a Darker Intention?

Elizabeth Wilcock (April 29, 1979?) I’m usually very good with research when it comes to finding out someone’s birth details. In fact, if there is any record of a public figure’s birth, it is normally a simple matter of looking … Continue reading

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Soul Mates or Just Good Friends?

Gladys Davis Turner (January 30, 1905 – February 12, 1986) In my review of Sidney D. Kirkpatrick’s “Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet” I got to thinking about the young stenographer who came to Virginia Beach to help the Cayce family … Continue reading

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Two Archbishops of Canterbury, Four Hundred Years Apart

Thomas Becket and Thomas Cranmer I had this nagging feeling when I started the run of four Tudor men with the name of Thomas that one of them might be the reincarnation of Thomas Becket. Finally, I compared Becket with … Continue reading

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Can Edgar Cayce’s Source Prove the Reincarnation of Lazarus?

Fredoon Birdi (April 27, 1875 – January, 1968) I went rooting through my library, yesterday, for a entry about Mary Magdalene in the above-noted book. I had previously written about this book, here. When I came to the chapter called … Continue reading

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The Proof of a Connection Between Colin Bloy and…

The Count of St. Germain (who died February 27, 1784) Here we are again: my presumption that Colin Bloy was the reincarnation of the Count needs some proof. The only detail of his life is his death, so let’s look … Continue reading

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Should We “Repent” (Interior) or “Do Penance” (Exterior)?

A Reading of the New Testament from the Greek I have a hard time letting the chips fall where they may: I wrote earlier this past week that even though I have no proof of a connection to the life … Continue reading

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Meet the Man who Proved the Maxim “As Above, So Below”

Claudius Ptolemy (100 AD – 170 AD) You might reasonably expect that the man who brought the ancient art of astrology into the ‘modern’ age would at least have a horoscope. Unfortunately, none exists, so I cannot show you his … Continue reading

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Beware the Ides of February

Tiberius Julius Alexander (10 AD – 70 AD) Let’s be clear here: I said that I was finished at looking for my past life in the 1st Century AD. I even stopped writing about Rome heroes and villains. But one … Continue reading

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Connecting the Dots, Using Astrology

The Link Between Me and the First Century: Henry II The difficulty in tracking down past-life connections is one’s unwillingness to accept unpalatable truths. That is why I have been reluctant to see myself as Pontius Pilate. Somehow, I couldn’t … Continue reading

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