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Happiness At Last

December 30, 2005 at 10:21pm

I have the happiness of finally being with my dear friend, Will. I honestly think that finding him was part of the reason I felt that I had to come back. Now, I am with him in Indiana and my heart is full of happiness.

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The Sadness Is Still There At Times

November 3, 2005 at 12:40pm

It is odd how the pain of losing Brian and Rodgy still pops up from time to time. Last Sunday I was reading a lovely poem about the young men of the RAF, undertrained as they were, still went up and gave it their all. All I could think of was poor Brian, cut down at such a bloody young age, and the tears came. At least Rodgy had the pleasure of knowing marriage and fatherhood--such was not to be for Brian.

Maybe that pain will not go away until I am reunited with them at some [sign in to see URL] likley to be this life, but certainly it is something to hope for in future.

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Finding a Friend

February 10, 2005 at 1:02am

I have, after 92-plus years, found my dear friend from last life, William Mc Master Murdoch. I am happy beyond words, for of all the people I knew last life, his friendship meant the most to me. Perhaps, now, in this life, we shall renew and deepen that friendship.

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Reincarnation and the TITANIC

May 25, 2004 at 8:51pm

Well, this has been an interesting year or [sign in to see URL] to sort out issues from last [sign in to see URL] [sign in to see URL] sometimes, the bloody twain coincide, so then it's even more confusing.

A little while ago I was sent photos of the resting places of my two [sign in to see URL] was checking something today from the email in which they were enclosed and it hit me [sign in to see URL] nearly sixty years for Roger and sixty-six for Brian, I still feel that pain of losing [sign in to see URL] was in public and only by the barest thread managed not to break down weeping like a baby over their loss. It hit me especially when I saw the section where Brian is [sign in to see URL] cannot tell which stone is [sign in to see URL] I could think, "Our Brian is there, somewhere in that row of whitish stones." I do not always understand the intensity of my emotions/impressions/flashbacks/[sign in to see URL] of the emotions are very like when I experienced them for the first [sign in to see URL] keep telling [sign in to see URL] container changes, but the soul does not. This may be some of the answer...

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Geology, crystals, the Craft, reincarnation, Titanic, oceanography


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born 1953, ordained Old Catholic Priest, 1994 Consecrated Bishop 2002 Happy TITANIAC since 1996




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