Sunday, October 23, 2011

Imagine with Branwell

We swear that this is not a joke. Believe it or not, this has just been published:

The Lennon - Brontë Connection
Jewelle St. James 
Foreword by Judy Hall
Paperback: 162 pages
Publisher: St. James Publishing; 1st edition (October 14, 2011)
ISBN-10: 0973275243
ISBN-13: 978-0973275247

Is ex-Beatle John Lennon the reincarnation of Branwell Brontë, troubled brother to England's most literary sisters? The untimely death of John Lennon in 1980 prompted a Canadian woman, Jewelle St. James, to investigate life after death and other spiritual phenomena. Research spanning thirty years, and ten journeys to England, was necessary to unravel past-life mysteries and other surprising connections. 
Shelley Germenaux interviews the author in the Examiner:
What was the clue for you that Lennon was the reincarnation of Brontë?
JSJ:  Well, what happened, and I also talked about this in AYNIL-- was that a friend and I were playing a psychic game…(laughs) we were young and just goofing around, and  I said “who’s this?” I mean this was over 25 years ago. I was holding up a photo of a woman. She said “John Lennon was her sister in a former life!” She didn’t even know it was Emile Brontë (sic). Well I thought nothing of it, we were just playing around. But seven years later I was talking to another woman, a psychic who channeled John Lennon—and she said the same thing—that John was Emile (sic) Brontë’s  brother. Well that gave me chills. So I decided to take it more seriously and started looking into it. I decided to acquaint myself with the Brontë family further, start researching, and everything started falling together. I took a trip to Yorkshire and it was amazing.
Is this meaning that Yoko Ono could be the reincarnation of Lydia Robinson?

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Gaia Landscape said...
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Brilliant !

The self portrait of Branwell does look a bit like Lennon and you can see the syncronicity in their lives too (if you squint a bit) so why not ?

It's what brains do best, finding patterns in things. It's the basis for entertainment. Leave history to the historians and free your mind to bonkersness....you never know !

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