Scientist, Engineer, STEM Profesor

Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum

I have had many dreams of my pass lives that feel so real while I’m having them that I cannot tell if I’m awake or sleeping. Those dreams are memories of pass lives stored in the subconscious part of the brain and they do not come out to the surface unless a person is under hypnosis or deep asleep into the subconscious part of the brain. Some people, while awake, can reach the subconscious part of the brain and bring knowledge learned in pass lives to be use in this live without any kind of background information (previous learned knowledge to the persons age). Based on my experience working as a STEM teacher with Gifted Children they bring knowledge to solve puzzles which are above their average age to solve. They are remembering what they learned in pass lives.

Ones, while I was working for the US Department of Defense, I had one of those dreams in which you cannot tell if you are awake or asleep. I know through that dream that I died during the Vietnam war as a US Army Corps of Engineers officer. In short, I was fragged by my own people. Knowing myself, I probably expressed my concerns on the situation on the ground and that got me killed.

Ho Chi Min fought to decolonized Vietnam first from the French and later from the US Government. He is not just a good example for the people of Vietnam but for humanity in general regarding the struggle of peoples and nations to decolonized themselves around the world. That is what I understood while I was there and that is what got me killed.

Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, No Music, Hi-Res
NOTE: This video is intended to be listen with Aaron Copland – Fanfare for the Common Man song. Find it on YouTube, turn down this video’s volume and watch-listen the video or watch the video below.
Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, Fanfare Music, Lo-Res
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