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 on: Today at 03:40:10 PM 
Started by Marigold - Last post by Marigold
Thanks for all the replies!  So glad I found this forum  :)  I'll try to keep it short (good luck to me). 

During my first regression, there was nothing but darkness, and I thought it wasn't working.  Then, out of nowhere, a man's deep voice with a heavy Irish or Scottish (?) accent called me Marigold.  The voice was so close, so clear, and so real, it shook took me out of the state I was in.  I opened my eyes half-excepting to see someone next to me.  I knew right away the voice belonged to father in my past life, and Marigold was my nickname given to me due to red hair.  I immediately adapted it as my Wiccan name.  During my second regression, I found myself in what was definitely my bedroom (bed chamber).  The room was fairly small, with a narrow bed pushed to the wall, and large triangular windows with heavy frames from wall to wall, placed a bit higher, toward the ceiling.  Looking outside, I could see a lush green hillside and large body of water (a lake?) ahead.  The house was on top of a hillside.  I knew there was someone waiting for me outside, but the only way to get there was to go downstairs through the main dining room, and I knew there was a large family dinner underway, so I couldn't leave unseen.  I looked in a kind of a looking glass before leaving my room... I was a slender girl of 16-18, with very long wavy red hair, blue eyes, wearing a type of corseted dress, like in the 18th century.  I went downstairs, knowing that I'll have to join everyone for dinner, and won't be able to go outside and join the person waiting for me, which was making me very anxious.  Downstairs, I saw a huge dinning room, with a huge table in the middle, with about 20 people seating at it.  Every face was a blur, except for a large man with red hair, who I knew immediately was my father.  I know my mother was there too, but her face was a blur.  My father invited me to sit down with them, and when I did, I realized the person who I thought was waiting for me outside was also at the table, which surprised me to no end.  His face was a bit of blur also, but I know he had dark hair.  As the dinner progressed, it was becoming clear, that we were betrothed, and were going to get married.  The overwhelming emotions were too much, and I came back.  I've tired coutnless times to do another regression and go back to that dinner, but I can't seem to do it.  I've come back to other days in that same place a few times, and it was wonderful too. 

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 on: Today at 02:13:58 PM 
Started by Spiritwalker - Last post by Alchymist
Hey everyone, Just an update on the wand. The one in the picture was never completed, my familiar actually destroyed it before I could finish. I have materials for a second one, I have yet to complete it.

Those familiars, got to keep your eye on them all the time or they can really get out of hand......

Alchymist.

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 on: Today at 02:12:21 PM 
Started by Spiritwalker - Last post by Draconis Rex
Don't let that put you off, just keep plugging away. And remember to take your time with it, any impatience or rushing will ruin it.

Let us know how it goes  ;)

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 on: Today at 02:09:07 PM 
Started by Marigold - Last post by Alchymist
Your ancestors certainly weren't "all" slaves, Moonlit. You only have to go back 28 generations (about 700 years) before the number of your possible ancestors exceeds the entire population of the planet. We really are all one big happy family, as they say; we're all descendants of kings and emperors, slaves and peasants, saints and sinners; soldiers, sailors, butchers, bakers, poets and artists and musicians, cattle rustlers and sheep stealers, thieves and pirates and prostitutes, Irish and African, Kirghiz and Cherokee. You and me, Marigold and oldghost and Drac and Canis. All related, all long-lost cousins.

One of these days we should hold a family reunion. Of course, we'd need a pretty big space.......

Alchymist 

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 on: Today at 01:26:14 PM 
Started by Spiritwalker - Last post by MoonlitWings
Ouch. Good luck with your next one Spiritwalker! I bet it will look lovely.

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 on: Today at 01:25:30 PM 
Started by Marigold - Last post by MoonlitWings
Hello Marigold! Welcome. I would love to hear more about your past life regression.

Interestingly enough, I wasn't born in Ireland/Scotland/British Isles area, since I was born in America, but I've always had a love for the Celts: the langauges, music, history, ways of life, folklore, etc. I'm part Irish, but not sure how much, however, I've always felt a pull towards there.

Past life regression sounds like a great way to find out what you were in your past. I've never done it, but I've always wanted to try it. I was talking to my bf the other night about bloodlines and whatnot and also someday want to see what my markers are. He sort of bummed me out a tad saying that most likely my ancestors were all slaves (since I'm also African American) and that many Europeans slept with/raped African slaves *sigh* definitely not giving up on it!

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 on: Today at 12:06:30 PM 
Started by Spiritwalker - Last post by Spiritwalker
Hey everyone, Just an update on the wand. The one in the picture was never completed, my familiar actually destroyed it before I could finish. I have materials for a second one, I have yet to complete it.

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 on: July 26, 2015, 10:02:28 PM 
Started by Marigold - Last post by oldghost
Greetings Marigold . Would you care to tell us a little more about what you learned when you had your past life regression ?.

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 on: July 26, 2015, 03:29:22 PM 
Started by Marigold - Last post by Canis
Welcome to TCC Marigold.

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 on: July 26, 2015, 07:42:39 AM 
Started by Marigold - Last post by Draconis Rex
Welcome to TCC Marigold. The best thing to do is to have a good look all round our boards, you'll find all kinds of answers to all kinds of questions you may not have thought of yet; most enlightening.

Although we do seem to be rather quiet at the moment, feel free to engage in any of the topics and share with us as you will. Enjoy your time with us.

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