Yes You Can... Cash In On Chaos!


July 29, 1998

Late last year my wife and I planned a trip to the British Isles to celebrate our 30th Wedding Anniversary. Two months before the trip an image popped into my head. It was more like a memory than a dream. It kept recurring. In this image I was a Roman Centurion named Claudius standing on a hilltop looking down on a scene. I was looking at a village nestled against a green mountain. In the village lived my present wife, at that time named Birgaet. The village was at the end of a small inlet. There were fishing boats on the shore. Across the water was more land. Beyond that land was the open sea. This vision was so persistent that I told my wife and other members of my family about it. Just before our trip I decided to make a sketch of this vision, shown below. I showed it to my wife before our trip. She humored me and told me I needed a vacation. I joked that if I saw this scene I was going to be surprised. Yes You Can... Cash In On Chaos!

Imagine my total shock when our tour bus turned a corner and there was the scene. Shown is below one of two photos I got. The sketch was totally correct in every detail. Yes You Can... Cash In On Chaos!
The spot in question is on Dingle Bay, on the western coast of Ireland. There is no doubt that I correctly perceived this spot. Except for the position the photo is taken from and the position the sketch is from, they are identical. The mountain is the correct shape. It has two ridge lines as in the sketch. The mountain is green. The inlet is the right shape. It curves back on the right as sketched. There is a village with boats at the tip of the inlet. Across the bay are the distant mountains. They show up better in my second photo. The bay opens into the Atlantic Ocean just behind the mountain. The near ridgeline is just as sketched.

So what do I make of it? I am not sure. My energy field work has forced me to admit that reincarnation is a possibility. If the soul is an eternal energy field, it is possible that I was in Ireland before. Or perhaps, I simply remote viewed this spot from a distance. My research into remote viewing indicates that this is quite possible. So I either viewed this scene and sketched it accurately from 5000 miles away or I was there before between 43 A.D. and 403 A.D. when the Romans were in Britain.

As Shakespeare says in Hamlet, "There is more in Heaven and Earth than are dreamed of in your philosophy, Horatio."

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