Here is a reincarnation story that might be a classic! I am actually going to visit my tomb in Cologne’s Cathedral on August 1st during my family vacation to Europe. I don’t think there are many people who can say such a thing.
It all started last winter when my wife was reviewing ideas for our annual summer vacation. She had her heart set on going to Europe and I saw an immediate opportunity to visit some of my past lives’ landmarks. With only a limited 12 days to spend, she wanted to concentrate on London, Paris and Salzburg. I wanted to visit the tomb of Konrad Von Hochstaden in Cologne and Nicholas Des Fours’ castle in Czechoslovakia. For those of you who are married, you know that marriage is always a matter of negotiation, so I had to settle for one day in Cologne. Konrad von Hochstaden or Nicholas never would have settled, so I like to think that I am making progress as a soul.
I really do not know what to expect when I visit a body that I used to reside in. Will there be some kind of spontaneous memory? Or some kind of physical reaction? Or will there be no reaction, because it is said that after souls leave their bodies upon death, they have no real interest in their now useless body. The body that I will be visiting has not been used since 1261, so I am really not expecting a paranormal event, but you never know. I am not quite sure what I will do at the tomb; perhaps leave a flower and a copy of my book there. I definitely will have Karol take a picture of my beside it.
Speaking of past life memories, last week I spoke at a Hypno regression demonstration hosted by Jeremiah Wolfe of Columbus Ohio. Jeremiah is a hypno-therapist who specializes in past life regression. In my book, Brenda Posani hypno-regressed me to the time of my WW2 life as Otto. I had really hoped to see images of that past life during that session, but that did not happen. During Jeremiah’s event, he had a segment where he hypno-regressed everyone attending the seminar at the same time. Before going under, I asked Spirit if he/she would reveal some scenes from my Konrad life as I was going to Cologne shortly. During the exercise, I was so happy to actually see images! First was a cartoonish image of an Arch Bishop decked out in “all of his” splendor. When I mentally asked who that was, the word Konrad was written out in cursive. I then was rewarded with a vision of the dark inside of a large wooden building. Outside was a log palisade wall that was there for defensive purposes. I then saw a medieval soldier in chain mail and armor working on the wall. I later learned that I was viewing the scene through Konrad’s eyes as he was visiting the barracks of his troops. I thought the experience was beyond cool! I was really appreciative of finally seeing my past. When I get back, I will be sure to describe the adventure of visiting “my” Cathedral.