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Civil War Transcendence, part 6

§    A Novel of Time Travel I went up to the overlook deck on the second floor and looked out from the glass-encased viewing room at the landscape. You can see north all the way to where the North … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 22

When Spirit Guide and I began our next session, I relaxed and went to another dimension I call “The Other Side.”   I appeared in front of the East Woods at Antietam, and Animal Spirit Guide ran out of the woods … Continue reading

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The Other Side, part 4

(ed. note: this is a continuation of the poem, “The Assurance” by Vernon Dutton) We welcome you with open arms. Come meet us; we will not harm. You are our voice that speaks of woe In times of long ago. … Continue reading

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The Other Side, part 3

A few months after the 150th Shiloh reenactment, I received a poem that really spooked me. I waited almost a week before I shared it with my Spirit Guide. I emailed it to her and called her. I told her … Continue reading

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Sacred Ground-Part 21

After resting we left the Visitor’s Center and walked to the Maryland Monument. It is a small domed structure fashioned like a gazebo that listed all the infantry, artillery and cavalry units that fought for both the North and the … Continue reading

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Sacred Ground-Part 18

From this vantage point you could see all the way to “The Cornfield” and, if there hadn’t been a modern farm located south of “The Cornfield”, you could have seen the Dunker Church.  Also, if you looked to the west … Continue reading

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SACRED GROUND-Part 17

Nancy and I went back to the old Hagerstown Pike and headed North again.  “The Cornfield” was on our right and, as we came to a point about the middle of the field, there two cannon facing toward “The Cornfield” … Continue reading

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SACRED GROUND-Part 16

Nancy and I walked along the old Hagerstown Pike. The new pike has been diverted around the park in the 1960’s.  We came to a portion of the West Woods where Stonewall Jackson’s men were deployed during the morning of … Continue reading

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SACRED GROUND-Part 15

Nancy and I went to lunch at the same convenience store/sandwich shop. After we got stuffed on huge turkey sandwiches, chips and Diet Dr. Peppers, I bought some of the small Confederate Flags.     Leaving the store we drove … Continue reading

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Antietam: Dunker Church video

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