posted on Feb, 22 2008 @ 10:58 PM
You really seemed to be in tune with this guy.
None of his children were immortal (so it is probably not genetic). He said one of his wives suspected that he was immortalm but was never sure of
it. He says the only person that did know he was immortal, besides me, was Jesus Christ.
"I am picturing a man living one full lifetime (his first), and little by little those he loves die and leave him alone. He does this again, and
again, each time being left alone to start over."
"What I wonder is if he (with each life he starts over) views life sort of like a play. Each lifetime he shares with a family as an act in a
play, all part of one long production. In other words, does he ever get the impression that he keeps repeating a role of some sort? Does each life
scenario he lives out have as much impact as the first time around, or has the thrill of life diminished somewhat?"
I got the impression speaking to him that this is true.
"Also, on a different topic, can you ask him for me if teenagers have always been difficult to deal with, going back 2,800 years, or is this some
LOL, I will have to ask him about this one. His current son is about 60 years right now, so he was probably not as difficult as modern day teenagers