Time Capsules

Discussion in 'Past Life Memories' started by Ministargazer, Oct 13, 2018 at 4:17 PM.

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Can you place records in a time capsule to retrieve in the next life?

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  1. Ministargazer

    Ministargazer Ministargazer

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    Hi Everyone,

    I have a question for you and am hoping that someone can come up with the ultimate solution. If you have unfinished work in one lifetime and want to put records in a time capsule that you might be able to track down in the next lifetime so you can continue on with your work, how would you go about doing this?

    Where would the best place be to store these records of your past life projects - a central library perhaps? Could there be a place that those of us who are aware of continuous lives, would be able to go to have direct access to information that we left behind even 'though we had changed bodies and sometimes even sexes but might remember who we were or recognize the projects that we had left behind. Edgar Cayce speaks of records that were left at the Sphinx in Egypt that when uncovered would change history and science as we know it - however, no one seems to know exactly where these records are located.

    Any suggestions as to a central reincarnation info bank or comments on the Sphinx?
     
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  2. briski

    briski Senior Member

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    I guess this site could become a central reincarnation bank in its self, if you can remember you had past lifes you'd search for a reincarnation forum and you'd have access to your data you put on this site.
    It does rely on how long this site will be around. I do think taking advantage of modern tech is the way forward. Just need a way to remember
     
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    :)

    Reincarnation Bank is a Gibraltar-registered institution that enables people who believe there is life on Earth after death to plan for their future in a rather novel way. "Reincarnation Bank offers a safe-keeping for any asset you wish to deposit through your transition into the next life," its website trumpets. "If you leave nothing purposely behind when you die, then what is there here for you when you return?" The bank kindly offers to look after deeds, bonds and tangible assets such as fine art, jewelry and real estate. In the next life, all claims "may be subject to verification through regression", which means you will have to prove under hypnosis that you are who you say you are.

    Full article: https://www.euromoney.com/article/b...terlife-financial-planning?copyrightInfo=true
     
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    Put it somewhere hidden in plain sight. No special vaults with locks and keys.

    Examples in the short term might be placing things online, having considered where they are not likely to be deleted, or in newspapers which will be archived. There are surely other, more creative solutions.

    However, I'd also have to respond to the clause, "If you have unfinished work in one lifetime", with a question, that is, how could you possibly know? In my view, what we think is our work today, may not be what we consider our work tomorrow.

    I had a dream, many years ago regarding the tombs of ancient Egyptians, which were very much intended, according to that dream, to ensure continuity between this life and whatever came next. But I'm not so sure that it worked as planned.

    Edit: perhaps a quote from Matthew ch. 6 might express a view with which I sympathise, to some extent:
    The way I'd interpret that, in relation to the question at the start of this thread, is to store whatever you'd like to keep, within yourself, not outside. But I'd also recommend caution. For me, the ideal would be to travel light, carrying little. We may be weighed down by our baggage.
     
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    Haahaha i've wondered just that. A book would be ideal, such as an autobiography but only those of VIP's tend to be republished and kept in libraries. A lot of VIP's may not want to be candid enough with information that would be for them alone in a future life, as published books are read by the public.

    Maybe the central bank that was mentioned, but at what cost and what happens if the company sells up or goes bust?

    Burying? It would need to be somewhere that wouldn't suffer natural or man made disaster, or building upon. Mount Everest? It isn't an easy answer but it has gone through my mind.
     
  6. Ministargazer

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    Yes Briski,
    The Reincarnation Forum might serve as the "go to" for returning souls who "are in the know" about picking up unfinished work from lifetime to lifetime. They would have to remember who they were in order to access the records they left behind but that shouldn't be a problem as many of the members here have tracked down their past life info. Of course, if you were famous, books might have been written about you and publicity would reveal a lot of details. If you were just an ordinary person the search is more difficult. Edgar Cayce had a dream of returning in a future incarnation and searching for information about his life as Edgar Cayce. Other than the internet, buried time capsules are an option but you would have to remember where you buried them. I recall searching for a diary that I left behind outside San Francisco in the lifetime previous to this one. I was given a map through spirit channelling and actually came across the matching location as described but wasn't sure exactly where to dig. It was alongside a railway crossing outside Monterey. I took a photo of the location and it matched the map given through spirit channelling. They appear in my book "Go Back Jack".
     
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    Hi Angie,
    Yes, if we are aware that life is continuous and we are able to track down who we were and if we have left behind unfinished projects it is possible that we can pick up and continue on with them. I am presently working on movie scripts and music and don't know if they'll be optioned in the amount of time that I have left as I'm a senior now. I'd like to return to this in the future and would like to store my scripts for access later. I've already published a book and might be lucky enough to come across it in a future life and recognize myself in the writings. Kevin Ryerson, a well known psychic, advised me that I had stored music demos from my previous lifetime that still exist but are in a state of deterioration. They would have been recorded in the 1940's. I was unable to get an exact location of the demos - at least up to this point. However, fate was kind to me and I was able to remember many of those songs as they came up through my subconscious and so was able to re-record them, lyrics and melodies and am using them now in this lifetime - playing them before the public. Several are so different from me as a female in this lifetime, that I may have to get a male singer to perform them - such as "Boogie Woogie Blues".
     
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    Thanks for the info about the Reincarnation Bank Baro-San. I'll look into it!
     
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    Yes Speedwell,
    A lot of the information would be in your subconscious or might be brought out through automatic handwriting or channelling - book manuscripts? That might be a bit lengthy, although there are some who have received manuscripts this way, although I don't know if they were ones they had been working on before in another lifetime.
     

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