Event #45: Saturday, April 3, 2010

I am no closer today to being able to elaborate on the events of last week than I was then, so for the moment I will just let it go. George Noory, on Coast to Coast was interviewing a guest, who is the author of a new book of fiction called, “Entangled”. On the Coast to Coast site, I copied this information about this guest: “On Wednesday’s show, author and investigator Graham Hancock discussed his research of lost civilizations, ancient global cataclysms, and consciousness, as well as his new novel, which deals with time travel, Near Death Experiences, and the supernatural. His new book “Entangled” features a plot line in which two characters from different time periods, one current day, the other from the Stone Age, are able to communicate with each other through consciousness in order to stop the actions of an evil supernatural entity who appears in both time frames. The first chapters of the book are available for free online, along with videos of Hancock reading selections.”

I have emphasized in bold in the above paragraph the part that really sparked my interest. And I particularly emphasize “consciousness” there, because I think there is much to be explored there. I listened to a repeat of this guest on the show one night on the way home from work. It was a repeat on Satellite radio that night, but I would have loved to have been able to call in live to talk about what Bob has been experiencing. I’m sure the guest would have found it fascinating. I wrote him an email, but do not hold out hope that he will read it or respond.

This is the heart-charm on the corner of the dresser

Bob  said when we awoke this morning that she had been there last night around 1 or 1:15 am. There was no communication, she basically just passed through. I wondered if it was because I was there. When I left the bedroom, I was getting some socks out of my sock drawer, and I noticed that something on the bureau had been moved. It was a little heart charm. I’d brought it up from the office downstairs; don’t really know why, I’d left it on the bureau overnight. But not where it was this morning. It is moved down to the front left corner of the bureau – the end closest to Bob, and the tip is pointing at him. I had put it roughly in the middle of the bureau near the animal figurines.

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