The Boy Who Lived Before

Ever since he could talk, Cameron has been telling stories of his life on Barra, a remote island in the Outer Hebrides, some 220 miles from his current home in Glasgow. He describes in detail his childhood on the island: the white house he lived in, the black-and-white dog he walked on the beach. He talks about his mother, seven siblings and his father, Shane Robertson, who died when he was run over by a car.

Nothing strange about all that. Except the fact that Cameron is only five years old now; his memories seem to be of a former life.

6 thoughts on “The Boy Who Lived Before

  1. I have memories from another life with my parents and brothers and sisters, as well. When I speak with them about it and to the places that we had been then, they look at each other and laugh and claim they have never been there. They think I am in another dreamland life and out of it, so to speak. They are baffled by my statements which are true. These stories disturb them; they say I am lying. It stresses me out and I have decided to not tell them stories of my life experiences; it is really useless to share these with them. If my mother was alive today, she would tell them I am being truthful. My mom and I were very close and thought alike in many ways. They always felt jealous of my relationship with her and did not like my closeness to her, she always bragged about me to others and it bugged them. My mom and I have always been extremely domesticated and talented in a very rare way. We made the most beautiful things out of practically nothing and were always ever creative with anything we put our hands on. We actually created miracles. When I tell them my stories, and later when I sit alone I really feel sad that she has departed; I miss her in so many ways, especially now that I am retired and back home where some of my brothers and sisters live. I would do anything to have her back in my life.

  2. To Georgette I’d like to tell you that I was moved by your story. I also miss my mother very much, and recently I lost my sweet puppy who was almost 16 years old.
    These losses are unbearable as you know, and I feel torn up inside when I think of them. Among people I speak with about my paranormal experiences- out-of-body,
    ESP, telekinesis, I also find skepticism and surprisingly, corroborative responses.
    I have witnessed world class demonstrations of ESP and children reading while blindfolded. People can only believe what they see for themselves, so I’ve given up trying to convince anyone, I just marvel at the miraculous that I’ve had the good fortune to see. I also feel so fortunate to have arrived at this epiphany: We are here to help others, and I believe your experiences, Georgette. Thanks for the opportunity to
    express myself to a kindred spirit.

  3. I can only dream that I may have a relationship with a future mother, like you had with yours.

    I’d suggest you seek out a good trans-medium or anyway for you to communicate with either your mother or one of your spirit guides.

    I strongly suspect any of them would suggest that you stop holding on to her memory so much that it affects who you are and what you are to do, NOW.
    It is the past.
    Her time of death and manner of death were her choice.

    Your memories of your family are remarkable, [that has never been where MY abilities lie], and it does confirm the fact that families very often do reincarnate together. Sometimes for many lifetimes. Unresolved karma is one
    significant reason for this.

    Having said that, I suspect that this will be your last lifetime with those particular family members, [depending how much they progress Spiritually this life.

    I also suspect that you will be with your mother in your next life, but don’t expect that the roles will be the same. The LOVE will be there.

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