White Woman Remembers Past Life as an African

White Woman Remembers Past Life as an African. This turned out to be my sweetest past life memory. In it, I experienced a deep, abiding love from my husband. I also, inadvertently, had a proof of my past life memory when I went to Egypt in this lifetime.

In this video, you might be surprised to discover that one aspect of my African lifetime had to do with cannibalism. In addition, this past life occurred before Europeans arrived in Africa, which would have been before the 1400s. In Africa, we enjoyed vitality and healthy. In Europe, in the 1400s, they suffered with the Plague, also known as the Black Death.

TIME STAMPS for the Video: White Woman Remembers Past Life as an African

00:00 White woman remembers past life as an African
01:26 In this past life memory, I had been in a dugout canoe.
03:44 A young man out of this tribe who were hunting us sort of recognized me.
05:31 I had this memory when I went to a hypnotherapist to lose weight.
07:14 I also had the experience of my death in this past life memory.
16:40 A surprise conformation of my African past life memory when I traveled to Egypt.

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SOURCES for Information in the Video, White Woman Remembers Past Life as an African

Cannibalism Among the Crusaders Click Here. “Seige of Ma’arra The siege of Ma’arra occurred in late 1098 in the city of Ma’arrat al-Numan, in what is modern-day Syria, during the First Crusade. It is infamous for the claims of widespread cannibalism displayed by the Crusaders.”

Europe’s Hypocritical History of Cannibalism. Click Here.From prehistory to the present with many episodes in between, the region has a surprisingly meaty history of humans eating humans Initially, little bits of pulverized mummies imported from Egypt were used in prescriptions against disease.”

14th Century. The Plague or the Black Death. Click Here. “In Europe, the Black Death claimed 25 million lives – wiping out one third of the European population.”\

Economic History of Africa. Click Here. “The first agriculture in Africa began around the Sahel and the south of the Sahara Desert, which in 5200 BC was far more moist and densely populated than today. Several native species were domesticated, most importantly pearl millet, sorghum, and cowpeas, which spread through West Africa and the Sahel.”

Mud in hair – in the Bible, as an Expression of Grief: 2 Samuel, 1: Click Here. “After the death of Saul, David returned from striking down the Amalekites and stayed in Ziklag two days. On the third day a man arrived from Saul’s camp with his clothes torn and dust (earth) on his head.”


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Carol Anne Chapman is the author of When We Were Gods, Arrival of the Gods in Egypt, and Have Your Hearts Desire. She met her husband first in a dream. Formerly the media photojournalist at a NASA center, she presently provides online guidance on such topics as dream interpretation, the Golden Ones, and past life memories at https://CarolChapmanLive.com/bookasession. She has been featured on Coast- to-Coast AM hosted by George Noory and Art Bell as well as CBS radio's Kimmie and Steve and The Maria Shaw Show. Her articles have been published in Venture Inward, Alternative Perceptions, Dream Network, The Open Road, and FATE Magazine.

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Helene - March 11, 2023

Great video! So fascinating!

    Carol Chapman - March 11, 2023

    So happy that you enjoyed the video!!! Yay!!! ???


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