In our book, Dreaming of Xeres, Riley MacPherson performs a past life regression for his girlfriend Tessa. She’s only looking for a connection to explain her fascination with the ancient Celts, but what she and Riley find is much older with worldwide repercussions.
Orion has had several past life regressions. In one, she found herself in the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlan. In a city of white, square buildings and pyramids, she was a hungry child begging her mother for food when an invading force killed her.
In another regression, she was a Native American man taking goods to a South American trade center that required a long journey across mountains. While there, she/he became engaged in a fight and was killed. There was some connection to cobalt beads as being a precious commodity. Research later showed that cobalt beads were indeed precious in early South American societies.
Her earliest past life regression revealed a short life as a seventeen-year-old navigator during World War II, serving aboard a B-17 that went down in the English Channel within sight of the White Cliffs of Dover.
It would seem Orion has a history of short lives, unlike her current one, thankfully.
Kyros, on the other hand, has only had one past life regression. In it, he saw himself as a young woman somewhere in 18th century America. He remembered wearing a white linen cap and running and playing with other girls.
At one point the person conducting the regression asked him to jump ten years into the future of that life. Kyros then looked down into very ample cleavage and breathlessly exclaimed, “I’m a woman now!”
He also saw an older woman in a blue linen cap walk across his field of vision and knew that whoever she was, he hated her with a passion.
If you are interested, a quick Google search for “Past Life Regression” in your area will likely reveal practitioners from a variety of sources and/or religions as well as articles for and against the practice.