|Dr. Barbara Young has lived and studied Christian Mysticism for thirty years. To help achieve her destiny and gift to earth, she experienced external Apparitions of Light Figures since childhood. Her mind-consciousness education began with pre-medicine, branched into psychology, the study of altered states of consciousness, parapsychology, parapsychology and medicine, world religions and the psychology of social change. After achieving her higher degrees, she set about in 1977 on a twenty year walk-a-about to educate the public about its true purpose in life, the evolution of its spiritual nature and its Divination. In her twenty years on the road, she has appeared on many radio and television interviews, a guest speaker at Universities, and general public lectures. Visit Dr. Young's website: www.templechryses.org or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
A B-17 War Story
Honor, even in War
There are many experiences recorded during wars, when, on opposite sides,
Immortal DivineSpirits come together in destiny. There is a crossing, a
recognition, a nod and each turned their separate ways. - Dr. Barbara Young
Charlie Brown was a B-17 Flying Fortress pilot with the 379th Bomber Group at
Kimbolton, England. His B-17 was called 'Ye Old Pub' and was in a terrible
state, having been hit by flak and fighters. The compass was damaged and they
were flying deeper over enemy territory instead of heading home to Kimbolton.
When the B-17 flew over an enemy airfield, a German pilot named Franz Steigler
was ordered to take off and shoot it down. When Steigler got near the B-17, he
could not believe his eyes. In his words, he 'had never seen a plane in such
a bad state." The tail and rear section was severely damaged, and the tail
gunner wounded. The top gunner had been killed. The nose was smashed and
there were holes everywhere.
Despite having ammunition, Steigler flew to the side of the B-17 and looked at
Charlie Brown, the pilot. Brown was scared and struggling to control his
damaged and blood-stained plane.
Aware that they had no idea where they were going, Franz waved at Charlie to
turn 180 degrees. The German then escorted the stricken plane to the North
Sea and pointed him towards England. He then saluted Charlie Brown and turned
away, back to Germany.