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Uri Crossbowman
Dec 22, '20

Hidden in Plain Sight

After Robert des Armoises I had a ordinary life as a Swiss Halberdier and Crossbowman from the Canton of Uri before my life as a Landsknecht.

I have travelled extensively and had deja vu experiences in all the places mentioned below and all of the time it was hidden in plain sight, that I can’t believe I didn’t see the connection consciously before the present now moment!


I was five when first saw this in 1959 - it made a lasting impression, like so many things for it resonated with my core soul subconscious memory. I now know why!

Many lives are short but memorable and we often retraced our footsteps in the present. In the past gold was currency worth having. Silver is useful. 

I have alway valued happiness, laughter and a sense of humour more. 

Finding Evidence

The X-Files of your subconscious is where the answers lie. This demonstrates that our journey continues, for it may be argued that if our memories survive then so in essence do we.

It is the purpose of this article therefore to illustrate that we all continue to evolve and progress. For our core being does not dissipate on death. Our character, personality and emotional memory remain intact to continue another earthly journey. Many faiths embrace this idea, but lack the all-important scientific evidence. I have found that evidence. I am the case study and this work, will I hope lead to a do-it-yourself planetary revolution in thought, that for many is long over due.

We stand poised on the brink of a new era of understanding, a revolution of the mind, the discovery of who and what we are. The time is now and the paradigms of dogma are evaporating in the daylight of a new reality the evidence for the continuity of consciousness. This scientific discovery with its associated emotional story is a complete record of one of the most important experiments ever undertaken and I would ask you to join in!

The Socratic “Man know thyself” and the problem of personal identity.

Swiss Medieval Life circa 1450 - 1490.

I find a myself in a picture.....

Everything about this picture resonate and how!


The two lustrations resonate with the truth about my own personal frequency.....

The Burgundian Wars (1474–1477) were a conflict between the Burgundian State and the Old Swiss Confederacy and its allies. Open war broke out in 1474, and the Duke of Burgundy, Charles the Bold, was defeated three times on the battlefield in the following years and was killed at the Battle of Nancy in 1477. The Duchy of Burgundy and several other Burgundian lands then became part of France, and the Burgundian Netherlands and Franche-Comté were inherited by Charles's daughter Mary of Burgundy and eventually passed to the House of Habsburg upon her death because of her marriage to Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor.

The Burgundian wars.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

St. Gotthard Pass

The Gotthard Pass or St. Gotthard Pass (Italian: Passo del San Gottardo, German: Gotthardpass) at 2,106 m (6,909 ft) is a mountain pass in the Alps traversing the Saint-Gotthard Massif and connecting northern and southern Switzerland. The pass lies between Airolo in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino, and Andermatt in the German-speaking canton of Uri, and connects further Bellinzona to Lucerne, Basel, and Zurich.


Sion French; German: Sitten; Italian: Seduno; Latin: Sedunum is a Swiss town, a municipality, and the capital of the canton of Valais and of the district of Sion. As of December 2019 it had a population of 34,710 (known as Sédunois(es)).,_Switzerland

The Battle on the Planta, fought on 13 November 1475 around Conthey near Sion, Valais, Switzerland, was part of the Burgundian Wars.


Charles the Bold (Charles Martin; German: Karl Martin; Dutch: Karel Maarten; (10 November 1433 – 5 January 1477), nicknamed the Bold (German: der Kühne; Dutch: de Stoute; French: le Téméraire), was the Duke of Burgundy from 1467 to 1477.



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