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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #15 on: May 26, 2012, 11:17:39 AM »
Ah then Zorgon.... our worlds are meeting!!!!

I had an interesting dream last night and I want to share it with you because I don't know where it is going.... but whereever it is.... it will be.... informative.

I dreamt of a Rose Garden... I have mentioned this place before many times and some of you will remember that I keep going back to that place to snoop around and listen in more in the conversation. There is a group centered casually in the garden... A silver haired lady that reminds me of my Great Grandmother.... a little boy hiding in the bushes because he wants to spy on whats going on in the adult world.... a couple talking about her taking the truck to town and her escort ( in a military uniform) being very upset with her because he doesn't think its appropriate.... but its war time and she mentions that if she can give up nylons and take to drawing lines up the backs of her legs then she can drive a stupid truck.

Another group of senior aviation officers are talking about how someone came in .... filled with holes....I don't remember the phrase they used... I would have to look up my old messages because I had never heard it then and now can't remember it!

Anyway last night I heard a little more of the conversations and that hasn't happened in YEARS....
The silver haired lady is sitting with a silver tea set beside her and she has offered a gentleman a cup. His name he says is Lionell. He is very pleased to be there. She is laughing about her invitation to him being misplaced but she is pleased that he got it anyway. She explained that the lady arguing with her boyfriend about the truck has taken over her correspondence.... and other things had gotten mistranslated... She named her.... the first time I have known the ladies name...... Josephine she says...." but of course in this modern age... she prefers the name JO."

The new guest has a packet of information for the silver haired lady in the pearls.... but he has simply put it aside in another chair.... to be discussed later....
And the girl talking about the truck turns and suddenly I recognize that it is Josephine Beale..... My mother.

And a man named Lionel, Now THATS funny considering that we have been talking all about trains recently.

So who amongst us..... is late to the tea party????? with more information????? and that my Mother had something to do with?????? 

I just love this!!!!!!
Hobbit you remember my dream of the rosegarden I hope..... the heavy set cook wasn't there this time. I looked for her.

"Greasing in"...... thats the expression that the airmen used..... someone had come " greasing in" filled with smoke and holes ..... but landed safely. I do not seem to be able to get past that particular conversation...other than " Everything will be all right Snuffy... or Stuffy or some odd name like that. But that conversation is part of something else.... connected but not connected to the rosegarden. I see a lady saying that and patting his lapel as if to smooth it and his emotions.

Thats why I called my kennel  " Rosegate".... because of my vision of the gate into that rosegarden.  Funny Hujh? 

So who is Lionell?
Hobbit????? Definitely ENGLISH. I throw this to you!!!

Linda

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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #16 on: May 26, 2012, 11:27:02 AM »
linda

taking all the occult symbols into the picture just muddles it up. 
clear all that out, and what i get out of it is that perhaps you overheard or were close enough to hear a conversation when you were young and it's just coming back to you now.  sometimes we block traumatic stuff out. also things that just didn't seem important as a kid, are still in your mind.  perhaps if you dwell on your past, looking for answers long enough, random junk in your current life may elucidate older stuff you didn't think was important then. 

i would say keep asking yourself questions and eventually enough of it will come to light to satisfy what you apparently feel compelled to find out.
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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #17 on: May 26, 2012, 11:37:11 AM »
Operation mistletoe...later mandrake.
Bond at glastonbury.
Crowley himself.
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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #19 on: May 26, 2012, 11:49:36 AM »
I understand that much of what you are saying Beth is entirely right. Our mind is a wonderful thing... it grabs and stores stuff for lessons much later. I know that.... but the strange thing about this for me is that I have never been to England and yet I know this Rose garden by sight.... have been looking for it for years.... the Hallway of the manor house has black and white marble floor... I see that sometimes when this really big housekeeper opens the french doors to the balcony patio leading to the rose garden. The image is always the same and for years I keep trying to notice something more.  Slowly things reveal themselves but this has been an ongoing process. I have proof of that of course in my earlier messages.... on the earlier forums/ Thats an idea.... I should go back and put them all in one place. Maybe I am overlooking something.

Thats the overwhelming sensation I get when I have this " dream"..... that there is something there I am missing somehow. and its RIGHT there but somehow I can't see it. REALLY frustrating!!!!

I know this silver haired lady from another vision I have had since I was a kid..... There is a lake .....in the foreground and suddenly from the left hand side there appears a white pony pulling a cart.... driven by this silver haired lady.... I know how she is dressed exactly... even the style of cart  and color ( black with a narrow purple pinstripe down the shaft..) the pony is small and very silver/white.

I have thought that this person might be me in my older age.... that I have always loved ponies and have said that if I couldn't ride I would buy a pony and drive it..... so maybe I am seeing myself in the future..... but the odd thing is that I would never buy a grey coated pony.... too much work keeping them... not my favorite color horsehide anyway..... so I doubt its me.....

If it is.... then I worry less about my future because she and that pony are having a rousing good trot.... lake or pond in front..... pinetrees and hardwoods on a slight hill behind..... never changes.

But this time in the Rosegarden.... My Mother was there. I had never recognized her before, just listened to the conversation and admired her because she is certainly giving the uniformed officer some grief. Yah Mom!!!!!! Linda

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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #20 on: May 26, 2012, 12:21:22 PM »
linda

well i dunno, never had the kind of thing you're talking about, happen before.   i've had unique dreams, but never thought of them as past, present or future literally, but more of a metaphor of the past, present or future.

i wish you could watch videos.  in the shania twain video, she is being chased by a giant robot, who chases her to a small passageway where he can't fit.  when she gets in there, all that's there is herself behind a glass wall. she throws a small round object at the glass, it shatters and the her that was on the other side of the glass, walks out to see she's in futuristic world with flying cars zooming by.  was a sort of alice in wonderland thing.  what i got out of it was, no matter what others may do in an effort to do evil against you as a person, god will always turn it to good.  doesn't matter what it is. no matter how devestating it may be now or confusing, etc, it will always be turned to good.
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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #21 on: May 26, 2012, 12:52:29 PM »
We are all different Undo and thats why we see and experience things so wildly differently. And that is the strength that we have when we are working together.
I am sorry that I couldn't see that Twain video. Perhaps someday..  Linda

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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #22 on: May 26, 2012, 01:19:37 PM »
"what i got out of it was, no matter what others may do in an effort to do evil against you as a person, god will always turn it to good.  doesn't matter what it is. no matter how devestating it may be now or confusing, etc, it will always be turned to good.

Ultimately...... I absolutely agree with you.

What was the line from a current movie ( paraphrased here!)...." Things will turn out OK in the end..... if things are not OK yet..... its not the end....".

I can accept that.   Linda

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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #23 on: May 26, 2012, 01:57:28 PM »
"what i got out of it was, no matter what others may do in an effort to do evil against you as a person, god will always turn it to good.  doesn't matter what it is. no matter how devestating it may be now or confusing, etc, it will always be turned to good.

Ultimately...... I absolutely agree with you.

What was the line from a current movie ( paraphrased here!)...." Things will turn out OK in the end..... if things are not OK yet..... its not the end....".

I can accept that.   Linda

the person she was "gonna get real good" was herself.  in effect, god took various factors that weren't working for good, and ultimately, made them work for good, anyway.   i learned a long time ago, i'm my own worst enemy and my own best friend.  this is not healthy lol  so been trying to focus on the "my own best friend" part. kinda slow going but at least my motorcycle is fast. lol
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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #24 on: May 26, 2012, 03:34:29 PM »
We are all different Undo and thats why we see and experience things so wildly differently. And that is the strength that we have when we are working together.
I am sorry that I couldn't see that Twain video. Perhaps someday..  Linda
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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #25 on: May 26, 2012, 04:19:40 PM »
Sorta off topic but still on machines and going fast.... What do you ride Undo?  Linda

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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #26 on: May 26, 2012, 04:45:41 PM »
Sorta off topic but still on machines and going fast.... What do you ride Undo?  Linda

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Ws3gP6SOxQ[/youtube]

well i don't have one, yet, as they want way too much in-game money for them.  if you mean real life, i can't ride a motorcycle lol.  heck i get tired just shopping for 20 minutes.

let me see if i can show you what i ride.  uno momento.
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« Reply #27 on: May 26, 2012, 05:01:56 PM »
here ya go, click to see larger versions. see attached
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« Reply #28 on: May 26, 2012, 05:27:27 PM »
Fantastic WONDERFUL STUFF. You should be a carousel designer. Not kidding. Wonderful! I want All the horses!!!!!

I know nothing at all about what you do Undo but I sure admire your work.

There is a Kawasaki Voyager in our shop that belongs to me....Doubt that I will be riding it any great distance though and going for a short ride around here hardly seems worth it. When I take off on one of my jaunts I have been known to travel over 8000 miles. Dont think there would be much left of me with that kind of milage on a bike... but I dunno.... maybe..

Hey... we did get way off topic. Signing off here so that it can regain its course. Meet me in LB Questions and answers Ok?

Linda

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Re: Railroading and my family history
« Reply #29 on: May 26, 2012, 06:51:18 PM »
I can't claim to come from a railroad family, but my family did support the Union Pacific Railroad.  I come from a long line of coal miners, many of who, worked for the Union Pacific Coal Company.  My parents were both born and raised in UP Coal Company towns in Wyoming.  On a a sadder note, my great-grandfather and my great-uncle Pat were both killed by trains.  Great-grandpa Pat used to walk the rail lines from Bucklin to Bevier in Missouri.  He was hit by a train on his final walk.  Great-uncle Pat was in the 31 Transportation Corps in WWI.  He was hit by a train and killed in France.

Shasta

Very interesting Shasta!

As we know, there would be no railroading without coal.

Sad to hear about your gg and gu.



 


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