posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 02:20 PM
READING FOR SAGEBENO;
NOTE TO DES AND THOSE WHO POSTED BEFORE HIM; my inbox is FULL and there is no way to get to older pages. I'm doing these best I can so I can clear
out older inboxes so yours and a few others original will pop up finally. Normally I hate going 'out of order' but I wasn't able to know the inbox
only shows one page and that is it.
Regardless, they will all be done. Though it will take eons xD
Right away I see you have a good soul. You haven't had too many 'hard' past lives, though you have wisdom gained. You're not an old soul, but not
new either. Right away I get a strong Scandanavian feel if you will. A provider, male. I get this feel of time frame of the Viking era, though you
yourself were not Viking. Not rich, not poor, but you were comfortable with what you had. Always the kind word for others, but if the temper went, it
would go though it was rare. Of course you had a family; I'm seeing an older wife? but not too much older- I want to estimate around 5 to 10 years
older than you were; three daughters, two sons and lost a child at birth which was common. A small family for the times. There was something wrong
with your leg, I want to say the right side from my point of view looking at you. It was from some format of skirmish. I don't see a massive 'war'
or anything like that, but more of the town vs town sort of thing. It went through your leg, calf. Caused issues for you and the 'care' you got,
though good for the time, made you a little worried of any future 'meddling' with anything medical for you or your family. I see a lot of
wheat/bread? Farmer I am not, so I'm not good at naming crops but I see you were one of the providers for food/crops. Infection was something you
fought in the lungs and I want to say that is what caused your death. I get a feel of water, drowning; though death by lake/river wasn't the cause.
Definitely you had a bravery as you kept working as long as you could despite the setbacks, a perseverance which held through many lifetimes as well.
You definitely learned to take the good with the bad and I'd be surprised if that didn't carry over into your current lifetime as well.