The ability to see past lives clearly and accurately is not a gift. It is actually the product of training. To obtain the maximum benefit from any training, pertaining to any field of study, we must ideally cultivate a clear, focused and uncluttered mind, first. There are a number of reasons why this prerequisite is difficult to achieve and the reason why so few people excel in their chosen field.
A clear, focused and uncluttered mind is incisive and powerful and immune from negative programming and mind control. It is the basis for unlimited psychic power. Many people are confused by what psychic power really means. Simply put, the likes of Uri Geller do have genuine psychic power, but it manifests itself as the ability to fool the gullible and weak-minded.
We find that the greatest psychics of our age are not the likes of Edgar Cayce and Billy Meier, but rather, the likes of Alex Jones and James Randi?
What does Alex Jones say about psychic power? He says that if the deliberate dumbing down of the population continues at its present rate, it will not be long before only people of genius IQ level will be able to tie their own shoelaces, while the rest of us will be gibbering imbeciles sitting in dark corners sucking our thumbs.
This is, in fact, how the elites already perceive us (isn't posting on Facebook, surfing the net and obsessing over the rich and famous a form of thumb sucking?). As a consequence the elites see the total extermination of the planet's population somewhat of a mercy killing. Think about it. Would you want gibbering imbeciles anywhere on your planet? We are, after all, a deadly cancer eating the guts out of Mother Gaia. If we don't already know it, then media propaganda, taxation, enforced austerity measures, prison camps and weaponized cancer will suggest that we aren't wanted. We are simply burdens and obstacles to the coming Uptopian New World Order.
Prince Philip, in his foreword to If I Were an Animal; United Kingdom, Robin Clark Ltd., 1986.
"I just wonder what it would be like to be reincarnated in an animal whose species had been so reduced in numbers than it was in danger of extinction. What would be its feelings toward the human species whose population explosion had denied it somewhere to exist.... I must confess that I am tempted to ask for reincarnation as a particularly deadly virus."
Which brings us back to the topic of past lives.
I am able to completely divorce myself from the readings I produce. I have no emotional or intellectual investment in them, whatsoever. Unlike Walter Semkiw, Jeffrey Keene and others, I will not threaten others with legal action, if they publicly disagree with my findings or embarrass me with sensible questions. Actually, I have been trying to find someone that can disprove my findings or, at least, provide alternative information that is just as interesting and compelling. With this task, I confess, to having some emotional investment. The things I have discovered are too disturbing and upsetting to be true. They must be false. They must, they must! They go against all logic. How could so many of us have led historically significant past lives? Weren't we all peasants and slaves in our past lives just as we are told we are disposable refuse today? Isn't our purpose to serve government unquestioningly? To worship the rich and famous? To dream that one day we can become one of them?
I was trained in past life reading and just employ the techniques my teachers used. I was assessed over a number of years and my teachers deemed me competent in using these techniques. On many occasions my teachers agreed that the information I was able to derive was unbelievable and yet, using the same techniques, they would agree with my findings. I didn't just stick to one teacher, either - in all I had 3!
I'm certain there is always some room for error using these techniques, but when we apply the techniques to soul groups and see how individuals interact and connect within these groups, a far more surprising and interesting picture emerges. The techniques I was trained in were based on dowsing. Interestingly, Albert Einstein was convinced that dowsing worked. "I know very well that many scientists consider dowsing as they do astrology, as a type of ancient superstition. According to my conviction this is, however, unjustified. The dowsing rod is a simple instrument which shows the reaction of the human nervous system to certain factors which are unknown to us at this time." Albert Einstein.
However, dowsing on its own isn't enough. We have to employ other psychic techniques to explore further. Some of these techniques I teach to others. These techniques are, by their very nature, less objective than dowsing, but if you want to experience past lives and time travel more directly, in vivid sound and color, then I suggest you at least try them out. No matter what you experience, your consciousness and perception will inevitably expand. You might even discover that your government doesn't like you very much and that your food and water is being deliberately poisoned, but don't let it faze you. You have created this karma for yourself. It's no good blaming anyone else. Besides, the elites, government officials and Jimmy Saviles of this world are quite open about their activities and goals. The fact that we choose not to listen or are a bit too selective about what we want to believe and this allows us to be lulled into a false sense of security.
The techniques I was trained in never involved deep trance states. It is quite possible for anyone to channel external entities and subconscious aspects of our own psyches that can conjure up different personalities and also mimic external entities. This can be found in hypnosis, deep trance channeling and forms of mental disease. All of these things are unhelpful for the seeker of truth. Light trances, however, allow us to remain in full control and can facilitate access to higher states of consciousness. Don't believe me? Feel free to try out light trances and deep trances for yourself. However, deep trances have their own peculiar dangers as Edgar Cayce and others can attest to.
Hypnosis and deep trance states do not allow access to higher states of consciousness - even if they seem to. Buddhist monks do not use hypnosis, they use meditation, instead. In meditation we can experience various absorption states. These states cannot be replicated or accessed using hypnosis. In these states the mind can expand to experience things well beyond what hypnosis can offer.
For one reason or another, I started to explore the past lives of the Beatles. A Beatles connection to the Wild West certainly seems far-fetched. However, it seemed logical that Charles Manson should fit into any Beatles past life story somehow.
Dowsing suggested that Paul McCartney is the reincarnation of Buffalo Bill and worse still, that Linda McCartney was the reincarnation of Annie Oakley!
How absurd is that? It's quite an embarrassment to come up with crazy data like that. Fortunately, I don't have any reputation or social standing to protect.
So every time I hear The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill, my mind takes a detour.
Hey, bungalow bill What did you kill Bungalow bill? He went out tiger hunting with his elephant and gun In case of accidents he always took his mom He's the all american bullet-headed saxon mother's son. All the children sing Hey bungalow bill What did you kill Bungalow bill? Deep in the jungle where the mighty tiger lies Bill and his elephants were taken by surprise So captain marvel zapped in right between the eyes All the children singHey, bungalow bill What did you kill Bungalow bill? The children asked him if to kill was not a sin Not when he looked so fierce, his mother butted in If looks could kill it would have been us instead of him All the children sing Hey, bungalow bill What did you kill Bungalow bill?
John Lennon in a Playboy interview stated that: "‘Bungalow Bill’ was written about a guy in Maharishi's meditation camp who took a short break to go shoot a few poor tigers, and then came back to commune with God. There used to be a character called Jungle Jim, and I combined him with Buffalo Bill. It's sort of a teenage social-comment song and a bit of a joke." Mia Farrow, who was also at the ashram during the period, supports Lennon's story in her autobiography; she writes, "Then a self-important, middle-aged American woman arrived, moving a mountain of luggage into the brand-new private bungalow next to Maharishi's along with her son, a bland young man named Bill. People fled this newcomer, and no one was sorry when she left the ashram after a short time to go tiger hunting, unaware that their presence had inspired a new Beatles' song - 'Bungalow Bill.'"
The song is from "The White Album". Cult leader Charles Manson persuaded members of his "family" that the album was an apocalyptic message predicting a prolonged race war and justified the murder of wealthy people.
Dowsing suggested that Manson had been part of the Wild West scene. But we must remember that dowsing relies upon us asking the right questions. Although there seemed a positive correlation between Manson and American Old West lawman Pat Garrett, there remains a lot more to explore.
My contention is that even if Charles Manson is not actually the reincarnation of Pat Garrett, the past life connection may still be valid and this connection and its exact nature can be determined over time using reliable psychic techniques. More times than not, such a connection uncovered using dowsing denotes a soul group connection. This means that someone close to Manson, a friend, relative etc. may well be the reincarnation of Pat Garrett. No matter how absurd that may seem.
I have always hinted that a number of my past life readings were not totally accurate. But still the most accurate based upon the limited knowledge of the time period in question and the limited time spent exploring the migration of soul groups and how they interact and interconnect with each other. A positive match is then really just the starting point of the investigation. However, still an important and significant step in the right direction - if truth is our goal.
Perhaps some information connected to the Manson case can give us some clues.
Many months after making the Manson Garrett connection I learned that an antique gun, said to be similar to the one Wyatt Earp used, was central to the case.
The gun was a Hi-Standard Double Nine Longhorn "Buntline" Styled .22 Caliber Revolver.
One month after the murders, Polanski, along with other contributors such as Peter Sellers, Yul Brynner and Warren Beatty, put an ad in the LA area newspapers for a reward: REWARD $25,0000 Roman Polanski and friends of the Polanski family offer to pay a $25,000 reward to the person or persons who furnish information leading to the arrest and conviction of the murderer or murderers of Sharon Tate, her unborn child, and the other four victims. It seemed like it was open season on theories. Everybody had a theory. The Mafia did it, the Polish secret police, etc. Sharon's father, Colonel Paul Tate, a former Army intelligence officer, launched his own private investigation. Letting his hair grow long and growing a beard, he started to frequent the hippie joints, the drug markets, hoping that he would get some tidbit of information that would lead to the murderers of his beloved daughter and grandson. On September 1, 1969, a 10-year-old boy found a gun on his lawn in Sherman Oaks. He carefully took the .22 caliber Hi Standard Longhorn revolver to his father, who immediately called the LAPD. The gun was dirty and rusty and had a broken gun grip. A couple of weeks earlier, the LAPD forensics experts determined that the .22 caliber revolver with the broken grip used on the Tate victims was none other than a Hi Standard .22 caliber Longhorn revolver, which was relatively unique and rare.
Edward Zane Carroll Judson, Sr., known as E. Z. C. Judson and by his pseudonym Ned Buntline, was an American publisher, journalist, writer and publicist. He is best known for his dime novels and the Colt Buntline Special he is alleged to have commissioned from Colt's Manufacturing Company. Buntline traveled with William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody, even claiming to have devised his nickname.
According to Wyatt Earp's biographer, Stuart N. Lake, Earp and four other well-known western lawmen - Bat Masterson, Bill Tilghman, Charlie Bassett, and Neal Brown - each received a Colt Single Action Army revolver as a gift from Ned Buntline. The revolvers were chambered in .45 Colt, had 12 inches (30 cm) barrels, a removable shoulder stock, standard sights, wooden grips into which the name “Ned” was ornately carved and came to be known collectively as "The Buntline Special".
Is Ned Buntline a more accurate past life match for Charles Manson than Pat Garrett? Maybe or maybe not.
We won't really know for sure, unless we explore the case thoroughly. Fine tuning requires further investigation, the application of a variety of different psychic techniques and the readiness to explore alternatives. Things that cannot be accomplished through normal consciousness or deep trances.
Charles Denton Watson (born December 2, 1945) is a convicted American mass murderer from Copeville, Texas, and former member of the Manson Family. In 1971, he was convicted of the murders of Sharon Tate, Steven Parent, Abigail Folger, Wojciech Frykowski and Jay Sebring, which took place in the early hours of August 9, 1969, in the Tate residence in Benedict Canyon, and the murders of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca at the LaBianca residence in Los Feliz the following night. If we explore Watson's role in this drama, we may find an interesting connection to Billy the Kid.
Again, this connection should be studied carefully using a number of different psychic techniques. Unfortunately, normal consciousness cannot help us, as it is prone to shut down when confronted with ideas and experiences beyond the restricted norm. We have to rely on states of higher consciousness. People like Alex Jones understand that these higher states of consciousness are becoming ever more difficult to access as the globalists wage their war against us.
The zombification of society is very real and can be accelerated anytime by a weaponized virus.
William H. Bonney (born William Henry McCarty, Jr), better known as Billy the Kid but also known as Henry Antrim, became acquainted with an ambitious local bartender and former buffalo hunter named Pat Garrett. While popular accounts often depict McCarty and Garrett as "bosom buddies", there is no evidence that they were friends. Running on a pledge to rid the area of rustlers, Garrett was elected as sheriff of Lincoln County in November 1880; in early December, he assembled a posse and set out to arrest McCarty, at that time known almost exclusively as "Billy the Kid." The Kid then carried a $500 bounty on his head that had been authorized by governor Lew Wallace.
There has been much dispute over the details of Billy the Kid's death. The way Garrett allegedly killed McCarty without warning eventually sullied the lawman's reputation. Garrett claimed Billy the Kid had entered the room armed with a pistol, but no gun was found on his body. Other accounts claim he entered carrying a kitchen knife, but no hard evidence supported this. Garrett's reputation was also hurt by popular stories that he and Billy had once been friends, and that the shooting was a kind of betrayal, but historians have found no evidence of such a friendship. Legends persist that Billy the Kid was not killed that night, and that Garrett staged it all so the Kid could escape the law.
'Who are you? What do you want? Money? I'll give you money' blurted out the startled Frykowski. To which the man, Tex Watson, gave his infamous answer: 'I'm the devil, and I've come to do the devil's work.'
Truths of great import are hidden in plain view, but few, so very few, ever get to see them!
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Past life readings were supplied by trained expert Brianstalin who has studied with various gifted healers and teachers including the Dalai Lama.
Brianstalin reminds us that although the Akashic Records remains the ultimate source of all knowledge, we must access this source directly in order to determine the truth of what he or anybody else is telling us.