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Approximately 16 million Asian men consider themselves to be Genghis Khan’s descendants. It turns out that may actually be true. Almost four years ago Zerijal and fellow researchers published a paper showing Y-chromosome variability of 2,123 inhabitants of different regions in Asia. They discovered a whole cluster of closely-related lines, all having a common ancestor.
They originated from Mongolia when Khan lived and its distribution coincided with the boundaries of his empire. Khan consolidated the Mongolian tribes in 1206. Over time the Mongolian state grew to encompass China, Central Asia, Iran and a large part of Russia.
If there is one common theme that runs through these memoirs about my Twin Flame journey with my Twin Soul “Twinklebear,” it is the indisputable fact that I have been put on this Earth to protect my Twinklebear by any means possible, in any way feasible.
One tributary of that common theme, a subtext of it if you will, is that I have done so though the ages in past lives, as Twinklebear and I are reincarnated Twin Souls. Part of that subtext, is that Twinklebear’s protectors in past lives were in the Mongolian mold of Temujin (Genghis Khan), the conqueror of the 13th century. Indeed, they might have likely been me.
If you sift through these memoirs, you will read about one specific recurrent dream that Twinklebear has had since her teenage years, about a man she has recognized as I, rescuing her from a kidnapper in an early century in Asia. The specifics of this recurrent dream, have been amazingly consistent over the years.
Interestingly, one detail that Twinklebear has had in these dreams that she paid little attention to, was of an older woman who also helped to shield her from harm. The most fascinating aspect of this detail in Twinklebear’s recurrent dream, is a recent epiphany Twinklbear had about this woman. Twinklebear recently realized that this woman was my mother. You can read abiut this realization in Memoir: Candy Connection.”
Of great significance, this recurrent dream that Twinklebear has had since her teen years, abruptly stopped when she met me in 2015, as if she had been waiting for my arrival in her life—and when I did, it was a signal that I was her rescuer in her dreams.
I have been sent here to protect my Twinklebear!
It has been well established that a great many men in Asia, are directly descended from Temujin (Genghis Khan). However, how many of those millions of men of Asian descent, have the nickname of “Genghis” as I have had since my early 20s? Not many.
Included in these coincidences that run through Twinklebear’s life—like an angel’s golden thread—is that she has had an unexplained fascination with Genghis Khan from an early age. Described in many of the earlier memoirs, is the humorous childhood scene of Twinklebear demanding books about Genghis Khan from her mum in book stores. I can picture her stamping her little bratty feet. Ha! So cute! I find it hilarious that she did this, when other eight year old girls wanted coloring books and a box of crayons.
Twinklebear had a vision recently, about Genghis Khan as a looming figure, there to protect her. This occurred while looking at her shadow on the street. In this vision, Twinks herself appeared as a Mongolian woman, statuesque and lovely. A similar figure also appeared in a vision that she had while in recovery in the hospital during her September 2017 surgery for a serious problem. Many times, Twinklebear has had dreams and visions of a Genghis Khan like figure, protective and comforting.
That brings us to the present.
If and when that was me in her visions and dreams of the past—been there done that!
But I am here now, in this lifetime. How to protect my Twinklebear, and against what? And using what weaponry?
I can tell you one thing—it won’t be with the blades (unless you count the surgeon’s scalpel, which I enabled) and arrows of Genghis Khan’s time. I do have my martial arts expertise, which “can do” (a Brit idiom I love—ha!) in an emergent situation. I do have my Colt .45 caliber pistols, which can hardly be applied in a civilized time as we live in. So, how best to protect my Twinklebear, and against what?
An obvious “against what?” was the cancer that Twinklebear was diagnosed with last year. In the 21st century, it is not possible to fight this with knives (except the surgical scalpel), arrows or even bullets. In this civilized era, more age-appropriate weapons need to be employed.
Twinklebear was subject to the dispassionate delays characteristic of a bureaucratic socialized medicine system, when she was found to have cancer last year. Where delays might have meant certain outcomes I don’t want to contemplate, I arranged for Twinklebear to have the life-saving surgery with an excellent private surgeon, very soon instead.
Her surgery was expedited by weeks and perhaps months, ensuring a healthy and satisfying outcome. In this day and age, the delays of medically necessary surgery inherent in a socialized system can be as deadly as an evil abductor in 13th century Asia–and I saved her from that fate. What other threats face her, that are more nebulous?
I don’t want to sound too mysterious, but there have been dark forces conspiring against Twinklbear for years before I met her. These dark forces, are as toxic and malignant as those that we conquered medically last year. Unfortunately, these malignant forces have not been vanquished. They persist, and are as real and as threatening as they have been in the past. Here, my way of combating these forces are more subtle than our battle with cancer. My answer to this might be as mysterious, but it is true.
My weapon of choice is the certainty of my wisdom.
The malignant forces that pose a threat to Twinklbeear, forces she must be on guard against vigilantly, use psychological warfare in a methodical way, that is disturbing and can be devastating if unchecked by keen observation and objective wisdom. This is where I come in.
Psychological warfare can be a lengthy process, one that can take years to emerge victorious in. In our case, Twinklebear has had me in her corner as her consigliere. Psychological warfare is wearying, and in the long run just as detrimental as physical combat.It is deceptive, as it eats away at the edges of self-respect, distorting one’s self-image.
FROM THE OXFORD DICTIONARY:
consigliere: member of a Mafia family who serves as an advisor
I have advised Twinklebear for the past three years since we met. In many ways, I feel that my wisdom has been more consequential than my help with Twinklebear’s surgery last year. I live to protect my Twinklebear. It is my mission in life. I will protect her in any way that I can, using whatever resources are available and applicable.
I am here to protect Twinklebear.
I love you, Twinklebear
Forever and a day
Twin Flames, podmates always
Bear Pact Forever!
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