I posted this in a thread I had on Reincarnation back in the spring. I'll share it here...
When I was very young, around 3 or 4, I used to go hide under the dining room table, or whatever I could get under, when I heard a plane flying
overhead. Back then planes made a sonic boom, and made a sound like a bomb being dropped as they flew over, unlike today. I would be shaking in fear
while waiting for the bomb to hit. My face showed pure terror, and I even cried most times in fear.
As I grew older I had "memories" of the Korean war. I was astonished when I was old enough to realize that war happened before I was born! I wondered,
'how could this be?' My mind was discombobulated over this fact! Ha!
Also, I remember being on a passenger plane that went down. This seemed to be from a different lifetime than the one where I served in the military. I
had bits and pieces of the event come to me in dreams, each time adding more of the "memory". The last dream I had about it lasted until right before
impact. I haven't dreamed it since.
To this day, I will NOT fly. I would have to be totally unconscious to get me on a plane! This "memory", or dream, was so terrifying, and left a deep,
deep, negative impression on me about flying. No, thanks! I'll keep my feet on the ground this lifetime!
I think my fear of planes flying overhead as a child was due to being involved in a war. Was I an innocent civilian who's town was bombed, or was I
serving in the military, hearing all the bombs going off? Who knows?
I have no explanation of why I was so terrified of the sound of planes at such a young age. We didn't watch war movies when I was growing up. My dad
watched westerns, and my mom watched the usual g-rated programs of that era. So, I wasn't exposed to the scene of war from watching it on t.v.
I had two traumatic memories involving planes from past lives; therein lies my fear of them in this lifetime. No other explanation I can come up with.
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