Where does the honorable knight from our past live in the 21st century?
Who we are is a solid foundation from lifetime to lifetime. Our personalities, our gifts, our passions and flaws carry over in each lifetime. However the centuries give us completely different experiences. I have had so many lives as a seer, prophet, witch, shaman, psychic,.. the name changes and experiences change depending on the time.
As a seer in the Oracle of Delphi, we were so admired and treated with such stature but it was also very isolating. However I would learn that no man or woman should be seen as God like, which is how so many viewed us.
As a shaman I would live a simple humble life, a tribal leader who spoke of what was coming. It was liberating, free, humble, however my influence was limited to the tribe and nothing more.
Oh the 16th century. How dark that time was for people like me. A constant fear, a constant looking over ones shoulder, with the inquisition always keeping their eye on us. People like us literally burned alive. Everything we did was seen as an abomination.
The Tennessee prophet however successful also had problems with a community that found me alien or insane and treated me as such. I lived a poor life and even though both this lifetime and Delphi left a historical mark, We could not have more starkly different lives.
Finally bringing me to now, one of the most interesting circumstances. Society has a farce like attitude towards what I do which is new, equated as charlatans, however my ability to create all of you my fans in huge unimaginable numbers has never been more free to do and at a speed that has never happened before. I don’t ever recall having an audience of 7 million? Not one that large so quickly.
Each of us have our gifts. Each century has treated those gifts differently. The doctor in the 15th century has a very different life from that of now. The opposite is true for the Knight who fights for the righteous. How about Actors? Hunters? Personalities have a similar fate. The bold liberated outspoken woman in the 17th century has a very different life than that of the 21st.
But that’s the point. Time is our greatest teacher. We might not be welcome in some of the centuries while others treat us like a king. All of them teach us something new. All of them provide experiences that mold and fine tune our talents. I am stronger now with my gifts than I have ever been in the past, what this century does with that is anyone’s guess.