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From: "jayne perry" <>
Subject: Re: re In the blood?
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 08:14:17 +1200
I have been following this thread with some interest as it pertains to
something I have been interested in for a while.
A lot of people would say that these " strong" unexplainable feelings come
from "past lives", like deja vous etc.
I don't think you are being "airy fairy" at all.
I have had similar experiences myself, not so much with places, but with
people. Filling in a family in my program once, I was typing in a husband
and wife and their children-direct ancestors- and as I typed in their first
child, who died soon after birth, I had an incredible feeling of grief. I
think this was "spiritual" too.
Oh, I'm not a nutter......really..
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 4:42 AM
Subject: re In the blood?
> Hi Jacky.
> I'm not an 'airy-fairy' type of person, but I do think there's a spiritual
> pull' in some places sometimes. Both my daughter and I are definitely not
> 'head in the air' sorts, but there's a real feeling of coming home
> when, without being able to put your finger on it you feel at peace in a
> Being a real East-Ender and before embarking on family research, for years
> returned again and again to Whitby. It wasn't until years later my
> took me to Whitby where generations of my ancestors came from, some being
> whalers in the 1700's.
> I don't know the answer, but I'd like to think there is something in it.
> Kind regards.
> Suffolk. England
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