Remembering our “lost” on this Vietnam Veterans Day. Curious that we have a day to ourselves.
KIA were Infantry OCS graduate Jacob Lee Kinser, tactical officers Reese Michael Patrick & Daniel Lynn Neiswender. And four dropouts: Sherry Joe Hadley, Reese Currenti Elia, Robert Kendrick Chase, and Jeffrey Sanders Tigner.
Not really lost, just “home” in the Greater Reality before us. Blessings on you all.
I like this outfit and I recently sent the link to my OCS forum because I know of several who have lost children (of whatever age). Perhaps it will help you also. https://www.helpingparentsheal.org
Xavier, my spirit guide, appeared to a psychic-medium in a between-lives regression for me as a soldier in a toga-like outfit and carrying a spear. She saw him, I didn’t, as the regression didn’t work very well, but the more I think about it the more appropriate it feels. I dubbed him a member of the ancient phalanx and that still feels right.
Sometimes guides appear as children, in order not to frighten anyone. I saw Xavier once before, not as a child, but as an adult with shoulder-length black hair and a black goatee. Only his eyes were obscured, making me wonder if he was Asian, rather than the Hispanic his name suggests.
By direct voice of the transitioned, which is unusual now, but was common for British psychic medium Leslie Flint (1911-1994). Read the intro first to get up to speed, then try one of the recordings.
Flint: “I think I can safely say I am the most tested Medium this country has ever produced. I have been boxed up, tied up, sealed up, gagged, bound and held – and still the voices have come to speak their message of life eternal…“
Via The Leslie Flint Trust