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My Personal Story of Proof of Reincarnation

Many people have trouble with the idea of reincarnation, the concept that your soul returns for multiple lifetimes. I know that I never believed in it until a series of events came together to give me irrefutable evidence of a personal past life.  
For the last several years, I have been gathering information for my fourth book, Spirits Speak of Conspiracies and Mysteries. We actually communicate with the spirits involved with the conspiracy and record their answers on our channeling board. One of the interviews involved General George Custer where he gave us his view of what happened at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. The interview created an interest in the battle and as a result, we visited the site for the first time several years ago. While touring certain areas of the field, I noticed a strange feeling, like I was there before.

We went into the local store and while looking at the shelves of books written about the battle, I was drawn to books concerning the Native American side of the fighting. I purchase several of them and upon reading, realized that they backed up what we had learned in the Custer interview. I decided to attempt to find our more information during one of our channeling sessions. I asked my guide why I was drawn to the Battle of the Little Big Horn. I was not expecting his answer.

Because you fought there.

“Was I with Custer and the 7th Calvary?”

No, you were not with Custer, perse.

“Who was I with?”

Reno, you did not like him.

Major Reno was the highest ranking officer serving under Custer at the Little Big Horn. He and the majority of his men survived after two days of hard fighting. I asked the guides if I survived the fighting. The answer was:

Yes, you were 15 at the time of the battle.

I realized that 15 was too young to be a member of the Calvary. My next question inquired how I served during the battle.


Major Reno would have several Native American scouts assigned to him. When I inquired what my name was in that lifetime, the guide replied:

Yellow Cloud but the white man called you William or Billy.

Armed with this information, I began to do some research. I found out there were 33 Native American scouts assigned to the 7th Calvary during their operation against the Indians. I found there was a half breed Lakota Sioux translator assigned to Major Reno named Billy Cross. There were 6 scouts killed during the battle but Billy Cross was not one of them. I even found out the Cross did an interview with a reporter after the battle in which he told of his participation and what took place during the fighting. This interview can be seen at http://thelbha.proboards.com/thread/1868/billy-cross-scout.
After completing my research I returned to the channeling board to verify if my research was correct. The guides verified that my soul was indeed Billy Cross in that prior life.  

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