Category Archives: Spirits

Civil War Transcendence, part 87

A NOVEL OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME   There was enough to deal with at the present moment.  I decided to save the question of my Grandfather for another day. Once the dinner was completed, the men and boys all … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 32

Spirit Guide asked me where ASG 1 and ASG 2 wanted to go next time. I looked at them and got the impression that they wanted to contact Col. J.B. Strong. I said goodbye to them and told them to … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 31

I thanked Jacob for talking with me, and he said it was his pleasure. I told him, if he would touch my Symbol, he would go there.  He touched the Symbol, and he was gone. Spirit Guide asked if there … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 30

I asked him about Sherman, but he didn’t know much about him. When the fighting started they had been northwest, and as the center units gave way, they had to move back to keep a straight line and protect the … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 29

As we approached the Union soldier, I could see that a trickle of blood from the hole in his forehead ran down one side of his nose, proceeded down his cheek, and dripped off his face. He had a glassy-eyed … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 28

At the next session, Spirit Guide contacted me to ask if we could delay our session. She had gotten detained at a pharmacy.  We reset out appointment for about 30 minutes later. Once she was ready, we began our session … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 27

I told Jack that his immediate family – the ones he really missed – was waiting on him. I also told him the war had been over for many years. I stated that he could join them if he wished. … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 26

  I was drawn to three bodies lying outside by the shed.  ASG 1 and 2 were concentrating on one body in particular. ASG 1 licked his face and ASG 2 nudged him with his nose. The man sat up … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 25

  It had been three weeks since I last visited The Other Side. In the interim, I had participated in the 150th Gettysburg Reenactment with other Comrades in Arms. We had a glorious time, but it took awhile for these … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 24

  In an instant, I was in a Union uniform. Our line moved toward, and then began going around, the farmhouse I mentioned before.  This was the D. R. Miller house.  As we came around the house, we saw a … Continue reading

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