Constantine and I (June 28-July 19)
Call it what you will... intuition, induction, deduction. Probably all three. It was certainly a combination of both the left and right brain activities that led me to conclude three weeks ago that I had been the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great in one of my past lives. It was a scary thought. But not so stunning as when I found out a few months ago that I had also been King Phillip II of Spain, Portugal, Italy, England (while married to Queen Mary I). So I got my nerve up, and on June 28 wrote an essay titled "Constantine and I."
But I didn't fully trust my intuition. I was still too much of a chicken to publish it widely. So I tucked it away shyly in the confidential, password-protected section of my altzar.org web site, and shared the story only with a few close friends. I did not even tell my daughters. I figured they'd declare me insane. :-)
Well, now that an indisputably authoritative source has confirmed my Constantine intuition in front of more than 100 people last week at a conference in Kona, Hawaii, guess it is time for me to come out of the closet. The story that follows is now a good illustration how powerful intuition can be, and why we should trust our instincts even if we cannot rationally explain them. It reads exactly as written on June 28, when I suspected, but was not sure about my lifetime as Constantine. I've only added now a couple of footnotes to clarify some points.
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