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Soul Frequency
Jul 21, '21


There is evidence in the form of small children, mostly, that do remember their past lives and in such a way that many can even be researched and corroborated. Being that the children do not have anywhere else where to get those concepts from, and also have the data or the knowledge to know details of other people and their lives as to be able to fake remembering.

So the concept of reincarnation is quite understood by many people on Earth, as in one soul using a body and after death going into another for yet another experience. Mostly with a lot of contrast between those lives, as in one having been a black woman activist against white people, and then dying in a fire and reincarnating into a white boy (real example).

Then humans also have some extra knowledge about re-incarnation coming mostly from the Far East where it is accepted in Buddhism and Hinduism among others. All with similar concepts such as Samsara wheel and forceful re-incarnation from astral entities, and all based on Karma concepts.

But here is where the understanding of reincarnation from human perspective ends.

Many non human races of many branches, such as Lyrians, who are basically more humans, also called Stellar Humans, remember several past incarnations clearly and all their lives, not only the immediate past one, and in clear detail. So it became easier for them to study re-incarnation patterns, such as a soul having a predisposition to re-incarnate basically in the same family, and many times also following a pattern of souls reincarnating into a great grand son or daughter.

What other stellar races have come to understand about reincarnation, is that souls tend to repeat old patterns as in having attachments to being certain people they already have been.

Another important concept here is that from the perspective of the afterlife there is no time, so a soul will not reincarnate in a linear way, or not necessarily. So from the perspective of one particular soul reincarnating it is possible to have a life in the 21st century and then reincarnate into another person in the Middle Ages, as it has been proven by several non human races that everything is happening now. And everything as now also proven by starship navigation and temporal navigation and its practical uses.

So as the understanding goes, it is possible to repeat not only a life in a past epoch, but repeat the same life it already had experienced. And this is quite logical because of the large number of attachments people develop during a certain lifetime and with them the idea of having left many things undone.

And as reincarnation is done by means of compatibility of frequency to a certain body and lifetime experiences associated with that particular body, then the mechanism becomes clear.

So as a description, a soul has a life, then reincarnates into another associated with the first life almost always, then into another third life span, yet another, and then it can reincarnate back into the first life it already had to experience it again. With any given number of life spans in between, with no fixed number at all, or only associated with the tendency of one or another specific soul.

The main driving force causing this is frequency match, a soul becoming a match to a former life it experiences once again, and this is caused by thought forms in the shape of attachments, as in unresolved issues of all kinds.

What exactly defines a soul as such? Being that a soul is Source itself, considered a holographic fragment of Source, of the absolute, of the everything. Holographic as in a smaller version of the whole but that also keeps all the characteristics of the original.

From my point of view, bigger and smaller have no meaning if not compared to something else, a reference point, and there is none here.

So, if something has all the characteristics of another, in equal form as it is the case here, then it can only be more of the same. So Source is a soul and a soul is Source.

But the concept is that there are many souls and only one Source. For me that is not so.

For me a soul is nothing other than a point of view of Source itself, an idea it holds in its mind, defined by a limit of any kind, and that limit is the concept in “Source’s mind!” But what is that concept or idea? The span of memory any given soul has that defines it as one thing and not another, one soul in particular and not another, also giving birth to the concept of Duality. One thing not being another.

As a general term to understand my thought, I don't see multiverses, I don't see many places, I don't see densities, I only understand them as ideas and concepts others hold as reality as the consequence of a set system of agreements, that define a belief system.

All I see is the whole, Source... having a feast of ideas to “entertain” itself.

I see one soul as the absolute, Source itself. And there is only one Soul, only having a temporal experience defined by its own ideas, and as the consequence of those ideas. Temporal experience as in one concept, coming after another, ideas again. And those base concepts are the ones that create another point of attention, that we call a soul. So as from the perception of any given soul there are many, all it is seeing in reality are reflections of itself in other “people”, meaning that they are all aspects of itself, other points in its own timeline, or sequence of events, it has experienced previously from its point of view.

Knowing that there is no time, only as the result of a direct experience of something having or holding an idea or concept. Therefore “time” is the result of consciousness.

So other souls, other people, are nothing other than the same soul having a different point of view-idea. One Soul. Many ideas. Reflected at the same time as “other people”. Looking at its own reincarnations as “other people” all happening at once.

Case Study

I was born with the subconscious memory of these two people.

Sanada Yukimura (真田 幸村, 1567 – June 3, 1615), actual name: Sanada Nobushige (真田 信繁), was a Japanese samurai warrior of the Sengoku period. He was especially known as the leading general on the defending side of the Siege of Osaka. Yukimura was called "A Hero who may appear once in a hundred years", "Crimson Demon of War" and "The Last Sengoku Hero". The famed veteran of the invasion of Korea, Shimazu Tadatsune, called him the "Number one warrior in Japan" (日本一の兵).[1][2]

And ....

General William Baillie (c. 1595–1653) was a Scottish professional soldier who fought for the Dutch and later commanded a regiment under Gustavus Adolphus in Sweden. Previously having seen service in the Scots-Dutch brigade, he joined the Scottish regiment of Colonel Alexander Hamilton in Sweden before going on to command a German regiment. Records of his service in the Swedish army fade out after 1633. He returned to Scotland in 1639. He served with the Army of the Covenant in 1639 at Duns Law with the rank of colonel.

Military career

William Baillie was a Scottish officer who served as the lieutenant colonel of Alexander Hamilton's regiment from early in 1629 to June 1630, when Hamilton's regiment merged with another regiment led by Sir John Meldrum.

In 1644, Baillie marched into England with the Army of the Covenant. He commanded part of the Scottish infantry at the Battle of Marston Moor, overall command of which fell to Alexander Leslie. In 1645, he commanded the detachment sent from Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven's army against James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose. On his arrival in Scotland, Baillie successfully manoeuvred to prevent Montrose from marching south. In April, he almost caught up with Montrose at Dundee but Montrose succeeded in escaping into the Highlands. Baillie then split his forces, planning to trap Montrose between his own troops and a detachment commanded by Sir John Hurry. However, Montrose decisively defeated Hurry at the Battle of Auldearn in May 1645; two months later he defeated Baillie himself at the Battle of Alford. After this defeat, Baillie tendered his resignation. This was rejected by the Covenanter leaders. Instead a new army was raised. Baillie retained command but was now accompanied by a Committee of War headed by the Earl of Argyll. Against Baillie's advice, a battle with Montrose was forced at the Battle of Kilsyth. Once again, he was defeated - his final involvement against Montrose who was in turn defeated at the Battle of Philiphaugh on 13 September.

During the Second Civil War, Baillie commanded the infantry in the Duke of Hamilton's ill-fated Engager invasion of England. The Engagers were defeated by Oliver Cromwell at the Battle of Preston in August 1648. While Hamilton escaped, Baillie was ordered to surrender with his infantry.


Same Faces, same memories, same soul.


Kurt Daluege

Kurt Max Franz Daluege (15 September 1897 – 24 October 1946) was chief of the national uniformed Ordnungspolizei (Order Police) of Nazi Germany. Following Reinhard Heydrich's assassination in 1942, he served as Deputy Protector for the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Daluege directed the German measures of retribution for the assassination, including the Lidice massacre. After the end of World War II, he was extradited to Czechoslovakia, tried, convicted and executed in 1946.


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