a session on 11/13/94 (Boulder, Colorado)
MELORA: St. Germain is working here [for Jyoti] on the upper
part of the neck. He is marvelling, even with all of his knowledge
and wisdom, that the work he did before doesnt seem to
be staying done on the physical level.
Elizabethan lifetime partly responsible for that.
MELORA: This is a beheading problem?
It was, yes.
MELORA: We say "problem," not in a frivolous manner.
It is a deep trauma to all who experience it.
[?] in body. Emotional scarring, too, is involved.
MELORA: This is correct. But this [beheading] is the, as delicately
as we can put it, one of the greater insults of a way to die.
To have the head separated from the body is one of the greatest
insults, one of the grossest perpetrations that can be done on
the physical body and the emotional body. And rarely is it possible for that life not to be
separated from the core soul when this occurs.
Are you now receiving more information about
how beheading came about?
MELORA: First we are receiving that those who carried out
this gruesome process were well aware of the effects on the soul
level in doing this and that it was more an act of power than
It was more like taking head and putting it on
platter to show person power and triumph.
MELORA: We are not receiving visual information about that
life at this time.
It would be too traumatic for her.
MELORA: We sense it is in the realm of her spiritual pursuits,
as they were misinterpreted. Much like the Salem witchesa
sense of power in either herbal use or sorcery, or some such
telepathic use of power and intuition. Is this your sense? We
are not adept at tuning in in a linear fashion to history [at
this time] and ask your advice and would like to learn energetically
the process of the linear experience of the energetic equivalent
of the life.
All Jyoti needs to know at this time is to read
about this sort of activity in the Elizabethan times.
MELORA: The beheading process? We are getting the sense that
she was a female in this life.
MELORA: And no more than early twenties.
We see she had "bewitching" property
to this man.
MELORA: And he blamed her for his own lust. But he was in
a position of power and this, somehow, was an embarrassing situation
He did have to prove his vehemence towards this
sort of activity in order to stay in power, true?
MELORA: So we are to assume that he was of the nobility. Much
like a contemporary politician being embarrassed by an affair.
He proved his "innocence" in situation
by doing this.
MELORA: And this is one of Jyotis major life issuesthis
sense of being ganged up on, of being betrayed, of being falsely
Being responsible for someone elses misdeeds.
MELORA: And she rises up with great heat of emotion when falsely
accused. In her third-grade trauma in childhood, in which she
was blamed for something she didnt do and then paddled
in front of the whole class of children, it was mortifying to
her . . . feeling that no one believed her. This is a major issue
with her. Being falsely accused by a person in power . . .
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