Noble Dreams

Noble Dreams

You are not logged in.

#1 Thu 6th Jan 2011 04:29 pm

lorae
Member
From: San Simon, AZ
Registered: Wed 25th Nov 2009
Website

"I REMEMBER ISHA" NOTES AND COMMENTS

http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b146/lorae41/isha%20book/melukeandisha.png

This photo was taken by a tourist at the Sea of Galilee, and, at the time, he thought he was photographing some grass near the lake. I've lost the URL for this...
Here we are, crabby old Luke (older and with a beard), Isha (looking smaller and more tired) and me, obviously much older than 12 years. (I look almost exactly as I looked in this life at age 18 or so.) So is this a snap of the original timeline?

http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b146/lorae41/isha%20book/Loraein1959.jpg
Me at age 17 in this life.

Last edited by lorae (Thu 6th Jan 2011 04:31 pm)

Offline

 

#2 Thu 6th Jan 2011 04:34 pm

lorae
Member
From: San Simon, AZ
Registered: Wed 25th Nov 2009
Website

Re: "I REMEMBER ISHA" NOTES AND COMMENTS

Another detail: The town we lived in was not called Nazareth. However, I can't recall the name. It was about fifteen? miles from Jerusalem to the east, maybe a bit north.

Perhaps I should have emphasized in the book that the Tamuz-Horus-Mithras, etc. myths of the Virgin Birth at the Winter Solstice, Dying for Sins and such were absolutely not part of our understanding at that time and were obviously added later to glamorize the story. I did write that Isha never made any mention of the Jewish Messiah expectations either.

Offline

 

#3 Thu 6th Jan 2011 04:45 pm

lorae
Member
From: San Simon, AZ
Registered: Wed 25th Nov 2009
Website

Re: "I REMEMBER ISHA" NOTES AND COMMENTS

Lots more on these threads:
http://www.nobledreams.co.uk/viewtopic.php?id=1410

ZENDEN: at     http://unveiling.18.forumer.com/index.p 6&st=0  the remembrances of a remarkable woman.  who writes on the forum SW practically runs and i think, does.  and on this 'the unveiling one.    I REMEMBER ISHA  By Lorae Ireland  Copyright 1993   i love reading this.  not done yet, not finished.  its sooo well done.    i love reading things like this because it weaves in so many pieces of the puzzle, as well as denotes the culture of the times, the history as she tells it.  i could read this kind of thing all day and nite.

Engedi
http://www.nobledreams.co.uk/viewtopic.php?id=1569

Offline

 

Board footer

Powered by PunBB
© Copyright 2002–2005 Rickard Andersson