...go to the museum in aswan and stand in front of the statue of the scribe and listen to the mesages you receive, ask him questions, listen in your innermost heart of hearts, (if you can hear
over the pounding of recognition that she had more than one life
in pharonic Egypt, the youngest of Nefertiti's daughters, and later on
as a wife of Ramses Two, greatest Pharoah ever. I have a flashback
to being at Abu Simbel grieving for Ramses II. I remember the
paintings on the wall at Amarna. I was married to General Aye and
I remember that his arm was twisted. In this lifetime I was again
married to General Aye. We still share many of the ancient beliefs...
So let me get this straight jaren (as straight as I can from your indirect ramblings which don't seem to address anyone in particular). Aside from suggesting that one asks questions to a statue, you are claiming that Ankhesenamen married "General" Aye ( Aye was a Vizier not General prior to taking the throne) which is very possible, but then was reincarnated 50 years later as Nefertari, the Chief wife of Ramses II, and then again reincarted some 3200 years later as...you?! And your husband is a reincarnate of Aye?
Ok where do I start? Well let me start by asking another question. Why is it that people who claim they are reincarnates of someone, they are always of prominent people...not one, but two of the most famous Queens of Egypt...not a mere peasant girl who lived a hard life, no... two famous queens of Egypt's most popular period...First Ankhesenamen and then Nefertari..how convenient! She (you) came back only 50 years later to the same land and at the same status..the wife of a Pharaoh,the Queen of Egypt! Boy did you get lucky!..but then what happened? Then reincarnated now as you...are you a Queen?
Hey listen up everyone!!!!! We have our very own Queen on our site!
...If you have night visits or if you hear your name called, or if you have
vivid dreams, look, llisten, think...
(allow me to finish your statement)...get a catscan to check for tumors in your brain and find a good pychiatrist!