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In 1951, the actress Maria Montez, died alone in her bath, in Paris France, September 7th. Or so the story goes....I was 11 years old, watching Lili, which had Maria's husband, Jean-Pierre Aumont. For some reason I re-inacted Maria's drowning in my tub. Eventually I ran across some of MM's movies and the spirit moved me to research about her. I read the little there was and remembered years earlier that incident. I figured this must have been a past life rememberence. It was an interesting point in my young life, but was pushed to the side for decades.



Opening this group in 2002 was for one reason only. To do more research on that lifetime...Why? Something was drastically wrong with all accounts that went to press. I knew it was all a lie.



The truth was that I had passed out in an entirely too hot of a bath, but I had not gone under. I only slipped under the water after someone pushed on me. This person is now gone. There is no point in reveling it. But since death is not an end....I know they are listening....I want to do something that has been on my mind for a while. I want to forgive this person. In a way it was an accident. But in a way it was my fault also. I have lived many lifetimes going against evil. Their malicious energies linger and follow one from incarnation to incarnation & they are adept at using an unsuspecting soul to do their bidding. To this unsuspecting soul, I am sorry that things turned out the way it did.



Pictured: Tina Aumont & Maria Montez. Mother & Daughter. When Tina died in 2006, she requested to be buried with her mother. I created this photo to memorialize that reunion.










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