Emotion is the language of the soul
We are now entering the realms of religion, which has been a taboo area for science for over 400 years. However, it is very important if we are to make further progress with our understanding of how the universe works to investigate the mechanisms of this phenomena and we are starting to understand that these are not just common hallucinations or imaginary phenomena. The mere fact that much of this data is repeatable throughout the world with a myriad different types of human beings from different cultures and belief systems, show that there is some common mechanism at work in this process. As we have seen, this very human experience tallies very well with Ron Pearson’s theory at the beginning of the book. For if we understand that the sub-quantum intelligent grid as the basis of the universe and the source of all else, we can see that the physical world is merely a shadow projection of the universal mind. And, as holographic beings inhabiting time and matter, there comes a point where our consciousness returns to the universal grid. By spiralling through the zero point of death, but retaining the coherence of information and data gained, we therefore see a structure for immortality. For in the act of remembering not only details of other lifetimes, but of remembering one’s own personality, character, emotions, behavioural traits, likes and dislikes, we are preserving our individuality.
It is often a source of great consternation that many occult groups try to subjugate the personality of the individual, for in controlling other human beings one must first strip the sense of self from the human that is to be controlled. This process of degradation, of de-humanisation and ultimately destruction of self is the first tool used by any system wishing to gain control over individuals. It may be that ascended masters and other very advanced spiritual beings can enter into the realm of destroying the self, of losing identity, of merging with the source. But this process can be very destructive for the average human being, for we are as a species exactly 180o from the source of the universe.
At our point of evolution and development it is very important to retain a central identity of self. In my own case, I have always been Baillie. I am a small fractal of the one consciousness, which on a clothes peg in the universe is labelled Baillie. This sense of self has been generated over many lifetimes, but has culminated in the last two physical lifetimes one as Alexander Baillie Kell, who chose to call himself Baillie, and his predecessor, Lt General William Baillie. From a very early age this sense of self, of being Baillie, was an indefinable something that was so powerful that I had to find a means to express it and to understand it. This force of self was overwhelming, unstoppable.
Therefore we can see that this sense of self and of memory enters the embryo at a certain stage. Just as the information spirals out from life as we enter death, so the information spirals inwards as an implosive force to weld itself to the human mind brain link. Many workers argue at which precise point the soul memory enters the embryo: some workers place it at three months, others place it at just before birth, but certainly at some point there is a fusing between the mind soul memory component and the new body. The sympathetic DNA of the embryo further facilitates this, making the body compatible for habitation. DNA is the key to understanding ourselves, therefore when looking at our own personality, likes and dislikes we must look at our own DNA inheritance. This inheritance may go back thousands of generations. We are composite beings linked inescapably to our own past. Those who have not shared the same common experiences on this planet may have experiences from other planets, other dimensions, other ideas - it’s a big universe out there!
As our consciousness develops it may well be that we go through various phases of being group spirits. I myself also have a common affinity with the sea and with dolphins. I have dolphins everywhere around my house. Thus, as I have discovered the remembrance of a Viking life, an English Civil War life and an American Civil War life, so this relationship with the dolphin must also have some relevance to understanding my own consciousness. I do not claim to have all the answers but, as in the spirit of the Japanese Do or the Way, it is the struggle to follow the path that is important, not the end result. I therefore hope that you may go on to discover your own answers to some of the greatest questions of all time.
Tri-dimensional vehicles for consciousness
Part four of my soul memories chronology:
My Life Imperial German Landsknecht
My Life Robert des Armoises
Robert II des Armoises
Lord of Tichémont, Norroy, Fléville, Brouenne, Brainville and Jaulny.
Born in 1388 in Tichémont - Conflans en Jarnisy.
Married on 11 May 1419 to Alix de Manonville (1400 - 1435)
Married October 3, 1436 to Jeanne du Lys (1407-1449) in Arlon - Luxembourg.
Died in 1450 in Jaulny.
Buried alongside Jeanne du Lys, the Maid of Orleans in Pulligny sur Madon.
Son of Richard des Armoises (1345-1422) - (Lord of Tichémont), Knight, Marshal, Governor of the Duchy of Bar and Alix de Breux de Jaulny (1343? -)
Squire of Charles d'Orléans, in 1412, Robert des Armoises was Adviser to Cardinal Louis de Bar in 1417, then appointed Chevalier in 1418, and Maréchal du Barrois in 1419.
He married Alix de Manonville in May 1419, who died in 1435.
In conflict with René D'Anjou, Duke of Bar, his seigneury of Tichémont, inherited from his father, was confiscated.
He married Jeanne du Lys around 10 March 1436 in Arlon in the presence of the Luxembourg Court.
On 17 November 1436, he sold part of his Haraucourt property, where he mentions "Jehanne du Lys, the Maid of France, my wife" as beneficiary.
He stayed for a while in Metz with Jeanne du Lys, in a house belonging to him opposite the Church of Ste Ségolène.
He then resides with Jeanne in her Château de Jaulny at the end of 1439, before she leaves for Orleans.
Robert then retired to the Celestine Monastery in Metz from the end of 1339 until around 1443.
He returned to live in his house in Metz and at the Château de Jaulny with Jehanne until his death.
Robert des Armoises died in 1450 at the Château de Jaulny. He is buried in armor in the Church of Pulligny sur Madon with his wife Jeanne du Lys, who died a year earlier, to whom historians and the church then attribute the name of "False Maid". du Lys, who died a year earlier, to whom historians and the church then attribute the name of "False Maid".
Back the the Future past
What goes around come around!