Friday, September 23, 2016
Life Detective #2
by Lynn & Da-da
Hi all, and welcome to our newest segment where Lynn and Da-da look at the lives of various people of note. Again, note that when Lynn taps in, she usually gets one or two dominant lives of the subject that come to the forefront, showing what's most relevant to who they were/are today. She’ll also look at where the person is today, or will be in future. Some are alive, some dead and reincarnated. I’m not going to reference the subject’s name in the article, but instead put the answer below in an easily deciphered code. More puzzling that way. Anyway, here we go.
Life1: "I get that in most of his past lives that he dealt with some kind of disability, some kind of challenge. He used to be autistic, and he dealt with that. His creative mind has so much attention to detail that he had to be artistic and musical, but he couldn’t communicate well verbally. But he could paint and play music with virtually any instrument. He used art to speak and communicate. Alas, during this formative life he didn’t have a lot of money, his family was poor, so his gifts were never allowed to flourish. This opened the door for his later life, where he had a touch of Aspergers, but it wasn’t bad."
LifeNOW: "Where is this person now? I heard Asperger’s, again, and I heard the name of a college; he’s involved in something there, currently, as a teacher. He still has some challenges, with verbal and written communications, but he’s much better." [Note: for reasons of privacy, we’ve decided to not mention any more information here, but we might release it elsewhere… ahem.]
Life1: "When I focus on this person, I’m brought to early Europe, at a time when, if the town had brick roads, it was thought of as fancy. Then I see this little boy. His parents died of an illness, so he lived on his own, no brothers or sisters. He’s not a bad kid; he’s very resourceful, but he was forced into becoming a master pickpocket. He lived under this decking of a store on the street of this town, and lived by his wits. You want to feel sad for him, but he’s very resilient and independent, so you don’t worry about him. People of the time know him and know of him; he’s respected and very socially adept to his surroundings and he makes it work."
LifeNOW: "I keep seeing this person now as an African American man who works on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico. Not sure how that relates to anything. Again, this life, he doesn’t have a family and he works really hard; he's a humble, hard worker, very quiet. He might have a speech impediment that makes him self-conscious. I don’t see him emerging as a leader, he keeps to himself. He’s very much into morals and working hard for an honest wage. A very good man. [Question: Could this person have come back as a black man now because he had slaves and needed to learn to "walk in their shoes”?] "Good point!! Quite possibly!"
Life1: "First, I see mid-1800s. She looks like she’s in the U.S. Her mom looks to come from money, and when her mom grew up she didn’t develop any sense of traditional “homemaker” skills for that era. Instead, her mom’s parents built this little restaurant for her to run in some town, with servants and such to do all the work. She didn’t have the skills to do much else but bookkeeping and working hostess. She had a family lineage of letting others do the work, using their labor to build a business, and using it to meet a moneyed spouse… which she did a few years later and started a family. She didn’t necessarily want to start a family, but that’s what women did at this time. She didn’t have a maternal instinct. She got married and had three boys, all taken care of by servants; she had little contact with them. Note that this was all the lifetime of the subject’s mother, as backstory."
"The 4th child was a girl — our Subject C. And since the grandmother and mother had so been wanting a girl, she was spoiled; they gave her everything and took care of her every need. They didn’t teach her any skills, per se, as she was never expected to do anything. They spoiled her rotten. And in keeping with the family tradition, they later built her a restaurant to run, just like her mother’s, where she was given servants and employees to do all the work while she reaped all the profits."
FutureLife: "I get that she has lived very privileged lives, and in the next she’s faced with extreme poverty. I see her in Africa, very poor, malnourished and unhealthy. I hear that learning gratitude will be HUGE in her next lifetime."
And that's it. To find out who we’re talking about, go here for the solution. It's a simple substitution cipher. Just enter the below (random) key into the KEY box, and the below Subject A/B/C code into the CIPHERTEXT box, hit the DECRYPT button and... voila.
Subject A: egtkzqldvpaamsdlav
Subject B: qadfqaknyszvqmdv