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Aug 04, '11
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My good friend and 'Global Healer' Ross Hall has had many lives healing people in various periods of history He has a deep phobia of drowning and loves German engineering! I immediately intuited Bismarck, World War 2 and rapidly found a picture of him!


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He went cold with instant recognition and on further investigation we found that he is dressed as a Medical Officer. This fitted perfectly with his character and memory.


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Ross loves all things German especially technology. He flies and parachutes and I can imagine him doing so in Nazi Germany in the 1930s. He is a generous adventurous soul and confides that he sympathised with the Jewish German population in the 1930s Nazi oppression. Like my case of being caught up in the American Civil War - you can't choose your sides but have to make the best of the hand you are dealt with in a particular life. For that is the one you chose in order to learn the lessons you wished to learn. Not all Germans were Nazis.

It must however have been a memorable life!


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The Bismarck was an example of cutting edge German technology and prowled the seas causing fear in the Allies hearts.


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In a parallel to my past life brothers ship the CSS Alabama it had to be hunted down at all costs and destroyed. This could well be why Ross and I are friends in this life as we both had to review this lesson and understand the mechanism by which the Universal intelligence teaches us?

Like the Nazi regime that was supposed to last a thousand years it sunk without a trace... until in 1989 it was found. 400 miles west of Brest, France in 1600 feet of water. It was making for the same French coastal ports as my Brothers ship did in 1864. It never made it. The CSS Alabama did and then returned to sea to fight and epic duel with the USS Kearsage which signed its heroic fate. Consigned to a watery grave it stands as a testimony to the folly of violence and war.


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Nearly 2000 brave souls lost their lives in its sinking, yet its legend and infamy will live on forever.

Dr Ian C Baillie August, 2011.

This article will be updated as further information comes to light.

Aug 04, '11
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N.B. I don't speak a word of German and was never interested in the language either. However, when my daughter started the Folkestone Girl's Gramma school, with the option of learning German, I encouraged her to do so and convinced her it could be very useful to her in the future as a second language as it is widely spoken throughout the World just as much as English and French. She hesitated at first and didn't think it was for her but by the end of the year she spoke it fluently and achieved a high pass mark in her final exam ! Now I wonder where that ability to grasp the German language so quickly came from ?

Nov 28, '11
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I have also always considered German cars and their clever, elite, engineering the ultimate, especially that of the Audi diesel engine, so much so that I've proudly owned two in the past as well as a very capable VW Passat 18T auto. estate before a torrential downpour overflowed from the plenum chamber onto the interior footwell and knocked out my gearbox ECU and meant my writing off £7,000 worth of car !! A common occurance, according to other owner's blogs, a very serious flaw in design where the chamber's drainage holes are easily blocked by decaying leaves and other wastage and this not being a compulsary Service item ! 'Ahead With Technology' maybe but, as is often said; "The Devil is in the detail" or lack of it in this case. I will never forgive Audi/VW, it was my pride and joy as well as a long awaited birthday present from my wife, for which she saved long and hard for with her megre Nurse's wage. And I'm sure I'm not the only one to feel hard done by, regarding this problem, yet, to date, it still persists ! So as well as the (my ?) ship, the Bismarck, ending up in a watery grave, the Passat also went the same way ! But without me this time !

Nov 28, '11
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Meant to be! Ask and the universe provides!

Aug 05, '11
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How did you find THAT old photo AND him in that photo!? It's an uncanny resemblance! Brilliant indeed!! xoxox

Aug 05, '11
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Ross fits 100% memory; fear of drowning, love of all things German, yet he is an amazing healer. Helped me get rid of the blood clot in my heart!

Oct 08, '11
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