Regression - Woman 3/28/96
NMR indicates is a sister in law of Jesus. Married to a brother
of Jesus. At crucifixion.
(Feet bare or covered?) Something there. Covered. Standing. (Where?)
On a road of rocks. (Alone?) No, many men. I know them, don't know
who they are. (You are male or female?) I am a woman. (Are you the
only woman here?) Right now, yes. (What is happening?) Everyone
seems to be in wonderment at what's going to happen. Something is
coming. (What is your name?) Only name I hear is Isabelle. I am
married. Two children. In my late 20's. (What of your husband?)
He tends a flock of sheep. (Do you know Mary?) She is a special
one. She is my friend. We speak together often. She is older now.
(Has she a relationship to or with your husband?) They were once
one. (What does this mean, they were once one?) That she is his
mother. (Does his mother have other children?) She does. (Is one
named Jesus?) Yes. (Are there daughters?) We talk often, yes. (Does
the man Jesus speak to you?) Yes. (How would you describe him?)
Warm and patient. (Is he a teacher of any kind?) Yes, he loves to
tell stories. (Is he married?) No, I don't think so. (What kind
of stories does he tell?) Happy stories. Children love to listen.
(What is this wonderment you spoke of and what is going to happen?)
It is important because no-one knew where to go. (Go to the crucifixion.
Tell me what is happening now.) I am I am standing and looking at
a man on a cross. (What man?) Jesus. (Are many of his family here?)
No, just his sisters. (How many sisters are here?) Two. They are
cloaked. Their cloaks were up, covering their faces. Now they are
down. (Where is your husband?) Not, close, I think he's chained
somewhere. (Observe the man on the cross.) I observe him dying but
saying he is alright. (Is he saying this to you?) He is trying to
speak to everyone. I am pleased at his attitude, a comforting feeling
to know. (Are there soldiers around?) They seem to be saying alot
of bad things. A lot of movement and jumping. (Are you afraid?)
No. (Your husband might be chained?) Yes, a number of them are chained
together, they will go to the prison. He was one of the ones who
tried to stop what they are doing to him. (To Jesus?) Yes. (Where
are the apostles, those who followed Jesus most closely.) I feel
they are here. There are many cloaked figures. I think I see them
higher up on a hill. (Tell me, this man Jesus, did he perform miracles?)
He could see the good in people. (Did he heal the sick and lepers?)
I don't know, I didn't see that. (Did he speak ever of death?) That
death is another form of life. (Did he speak to you of God?) God
is everything. God is all. (Look at the man on the cross, does he
die here?) No. They think he is dead. They don't see a sign of life
in his body. (Then how do you know he is not?) I feel it. They bring
him down off the cross and carry him off. (Is there anything notable
about the weather at this time?) The sky has been blue, now there
are gray clouds. A lot of the crowd follows now. (To where?) To
where they are going, taking him up into a rock up-cropping. I follow.
(What is done with the man from the cross, with Jesus?) Hard to
see with all the rocks around. They carry him in. Cover with rocks.
They don't want us there. I stay. (Why?) I feel it's a place for
me to stay. (How long do you stay?) For awhile. I'm on my knees
now. He knows I am there. (What happens next?) I leave. I go away
now. (Why?) I go to my home now. (Is your husband there when you
get there?) There are two men. My husband will be released soon.
That is what they thin,. (Is that what happens?) Only after he works
in the fields. They released my husband after he worked in the fields
for a few days. Jesus is gone now so they released them. (Do you
see Mary after this?) No. Someone is protecting her somewhere. (Jesus'
sisters, do you know where they are?) Yes. There are there, protecting
her. (Do you hear of Jesus again?) Only what they say. (What do
they say?) That he had risen from the grave. (How could that be?)
He wasn't dead in the first place? (Do you ever see him again?)
No. (Go to your death. Where do you find yourself?) At this moment,
I am alone in a chapel. (Is your husband there?) He's not there.
He died sometime before. I am old. (What are you dying off?) Loneliness.
(Let go of the body now and tell me what is happening.) In spirit.
(What is this like?) Very light and bright. (Does the body you left
require healing from this spirit state?) Just to send love. (What
were the lessons you learned in this life.) To love and to trust.
(What strengths have you gained?) To believe and to have faith.
(What lessons were unlearned?) There is, but I don't what. (Move
higher into your Spirit, into the light you feel.) Babies, something
to do with babies. (What was the greatest lesson you learned from
Jesus?) To love thy neighbor. (Where is Jesus?) He is in Spirit.
(Did Jesus die on the cross?) The spirit left his body, but stayed
near it, protecting it.
NOTE: Universal Records note woman above was married to Jesus'
brother (age just below him) and her name was Sarah.
3/11/97 Regression - Woman
Has already been identified in previous regression and by Records
as sister in law of Jesus. Married to oldest brother of Jesus. Jesus
is oldest. Her husband is next. Regression is for relieving a shoulder
pain NMR indicates is from this life.
(Go to where the shoulder pain takes you. Where are you now?).
Standing outdoors. It is day. My shoulder is aching. (Why?) I'm
carrying something very heavy. Really large. Like a big ball. Boulders.
Stacking them. Building a building. All day. (Where do you go at
the end of day?) In a room where I sit down. Imprisoned. (By whom?)
The state. They say we have been bad following Jesus. (Have you?)
He teaches to love. He is gone now. Gone to other planes. (Who was
he to you?) He was a friend. We lived in same house for awhile.
(Where is your husband?) I am alone now. He died some time ago.
They tortured him. (How long did he live after death of Jesus?)
A few months. Every day pull boulders. Sometimes serve us soup.
(Why are they doing this?) To break our will. A form of punishment.
(How long have you been here?) Five years. I have an injury to my
shoulder. I'm crippled. It's lower than my other shoulder. Did not
break my will. I became very quiet. They just told us one day we
are free to go. (Where do you go?) With the others. To the country
side. There are a lot of soldiers going by. (Go to your death. Where
does this happen.) In a little church. I've been here before. I
go out to a tree. I sit there, against it. I die there. I ask for
forgiveness. I have sinned. In some people's eyes I have sinned.
(How is your passing?) Very gentle. (What lessons did you learn
in that life?) I had to learn to be tough. I needed to learn endurance.
I had to go through life lessons. I always still loved Jesus and
followed his teaching, though I crippled my body. (What are your
thoughts as you leave your body?) To come back and teach what he
taught. It's a vow I make as I die. I will speak of what he taught.
(What did he teach?) Love.