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Thomas Andrews' reincarnated self, seen on LMN-TV
I'm not sure where to put this, so please feel free to move it to its rightful TDTSC forum. OK!?
Last night, I happen to be watching the LMN-TV channel...when this program came on about The Ghost Inside Our Children was aired.
One of the children, was a lad named, Jamie. He said that he found his parents to be born to through a window he saw. Meaning, he (in his other life) perished during the sinking of TITANIC. For one thing, he is terribly afraid of the deep end of any swimming pool...as well as having suffered extremely terrible nightmares about his voyage on this oceanliner.
One day, he happened to be watching James Cameron's 1997 Award Winning Film--TITANIC, and became totally obsessed with the ship. For he kept drawing the ship; from her exterior to interior...also as she was breaking up that fateful morning of April 14 & 15, 1912. He also became very remorseful about the why he couldn't save those workers down in the Boiler Room of the ship, as she was sinking. He said that he could've done more.
His mother/or sister got this TITANIC game, for which he could wander around the ship via the game. When his sister suggested that he should another way...he insisted on going his own way, because he knows his way around the ship on the computerized game.
Then his mother took him to Chicago, IL, to visit the TITANIC exhibition...in hopes of helping him figure out who he might've been.
To make the long story short, his Mom figured out that her son may have been Thomas Andrews, in his other life.
Also, guess what he's (now in his late teen years) is studying? He's studying--Design!!!
Therefore--he really could be the reincarnation of Thomas Andrews.
Don't get me wrong here, because I really don't believe in reincarnation but...there really could be something there to Jamie's claim.
Oh!!! One more thing, his mother found him in his bedroom kneeling on all fours; like as if he's looking over the railing of TITANIC, when he cried out, "She's going down!!!"
What, do you make of what all this young man experienced in his young life? Could he actually be--Thomas Andrews???
My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine,
For Thee all the follies of sin I resign;
My gracious Redeemer, my Savior art Thou;
If ever I loved Thee, my Jesus, 'tis now.
~ Wm. R. Featherstone
Dec/15/2013, 4:53 pm
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