The Other Side, Part 15

historic photo teamsters

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The man had been a teamster for two years. They always have to be on the alert and ready to move at a moment’s notice.

When they are parked like this, and the soldiers need ammo, an uncovered wagon will pull up on the main road. Soldiers carry boxes from his wagon to the uncovered wagon on the main road. Then the soldiers will transport the ammo to the front in the uncovered wagon.

If the teamsters are parked for the night, sometimes they will get a fire started and brew some coffee. All the teamsters can then talk and eat together, but if the army is on a fast moving campaign, they won’t get to do this very often.

I didn’t question the teamster anymore, and we rose up in the air and moved toward the front lines.

There was a field closer to the battle lines that had the reserve artillery parked in it. We came upon the rear of a column of soldiers moving forward, and I decided to quit for the night.

Suddenly Animal Spirit Guide and I arrived back at the eastern portion of the East Woods at Antietam. She ran part way into the Woods turned back, gave her parting communication to me and disappeared into the woods.

I and Spirit Guide came back to the present.

After one of these sessions (it might have been this one) I asked Spirit Guide about the number of spirits we were seeing on The Other Side. It was amazing how many there were. She said there were thousands who had not been released. I got the gist that this was part of the reason of our going to The Other Side.

 

About Civil War Reflections

Vernon has been a Civil War buff since childhood, but had been inactive in Civil War history for over two decades. However, in the early 1990s his interest was rekindled after watching Ken Burns’ “Civil War Documentary” on PBS. He particularly became interested in the Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg) and decided to learn more about this epic struggle.
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