reply to post by woodwytch
The story of your son is fascinating ... I would love to regress him ... although chances are he'd probably recall bein a Las Vegas Showgirl in the
60's instead of a redheaded Irishman
That's hilarious! lol! I would LOVE for him to be regressed! That child has amazed me, ever since he was old enough to talk. There are a few
things that I had even forgotten, but was reminded when reading through his baby book.
When he was born, my now ex-husband and I were determined not to let him play with toy guns. Guns always scared me, even though I was raised around
them and knew not to bother them, etc. I just didn't want him to be interested because they always scared me, even when I was little. From about
the time he turned one though, he would pretend that anything and everything was a gun and would say "bang!" We couldn't figure out how he even
knew how to do that because he had never been around a gun at all... not even a toy one. Being the overly protective parents we were, we wouldn't
let him even watch anything like that on tv. I was a stay-at-home mom so I knew what he was exposed to. I was baffled. Now, he's a Civil War
reenactor and is truly passionate about it, and yes, he has guns, lol. I haven't let him shoot real ammo... only black powder, be he lives and
breathes the Civil War and jokingly says he was born in the 1840's. I wonder if there's more to it than that. He has hinted at things, like he
believes there is more to it than just an interest in the Civil War, but he's one of those that stays lost in his own little world and while he jokes
around A LOT, he doesn't often just discuss his thoughts and such. He belongs to an Irish brigade, of course, lol.
He went through a phase where he was obsessed with the Titanic. I think he was 8 years old at the time. He could draw detailed pictures of it... I
still have some of them. He drew details that I wouldn't have even thought of, but after looking at pics of the Titanic, they were details that were
I still have issues with the Civil War sometimes, but not as bad as I did once before. I made a thread about it once, because I'm into the
reenacting thing now too, but the battle fields (the real ones, where real battles took place) made me feel so distraught that it was hard for me...
especially since my son wanted me to take him to every one within driving distance, lol. But, I talked to someone else on here through U2U about the
possibility of a past life during the war and while I haven't been able to overcome all the emotions I experience on these battle grounds, I have to
say that I have improved significantly. I wonder if my aversion to guns and the agonizing feelings I was getting on battle fields are linked? I have
to think so.
Maybe I'll try to get my son to talk about things sometime. I would love to know his feelings on past lives. My boyfriend (also a reenactor)
believes he was a CW soldier and even thinks he knows who he was. I think it's all amazing. I have to wonder if a big majority of the reenactors
think they are reencarnated CW soldiers, but just wont admit it.
Oh, and I just thought of another question. I apologize if it has already been asked. I've seen other people's opinions before, but would like to
get yours. Do you think that family members end up together, life after life? The reason I ask is, when my youngest daughter was around 4 years old,
she said "When I was big and you were little..." I don't remember exactly what she said, but it was something about how she used to carry me.
Just curious if that is something you come across often.