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Previous lifetimes imaginary travel – part two!

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Welcome back in my fictional soul rollercoaster through the centuries.

Now, before I’ll go on, I want to paste and copy the explanation and the reason behind these posts. In this way, whomever new reader will land on these pages, he or she will understand this blog style!

I don’t want to pretend I know something about previous lifetimes and, if any of you happens to be an expert or a real believer, please bear in mind I’m not mocking anybody in writing things about past.

The only aim of these posts is a literary and fantasy exercise.

My aspiring writer brain got stimulated, excited and felt challenged so this is the only meaning behind the following mess!

Before I go on, I want to give you another explanation. I’m not even an history expert, so what I did was to open the Wikipedia and look for the history of the world time line.

Said that, where have we left?

Oh yes, with the execution of one of my personal historic love: William Wallace!

Let’s go on then:

1325 – Aztecs fund Tenochtitlan. I was the wife of one of the founders. I had to kill loads of people for the cause. Woman.

June 1348 – England. Black Death. I die after witnessing my whole family death. Woman.

1380 – England. Peasant revolt. I was one of the organizer of the revolt and I was hanged. Man.

1497 – Vasco da Gama first voyage from Europe to India. I was on the ship with the man. Man.

1507 – Epidemic of smallpox in new world on Hispaniola. Devastate the Taino population. I was one of the healers. Man.

1514 – Dóza’s rebellion in Hungary. I was the wife of one of the leaders. Woman.

1531 – Inca civil war fought between two brothers Atahualpa and Huascar. I was a woman loved by both. Woman.

1553 – Mary Tudor becomes first queen regnant of England under Papal authority. I was her assassin. Woman.

1590 –  Siege of Odawara Go-Hojo clan surrender to Toyotomi Hideyoshi and the Japan is unified. I was a kunoichi at the direct service of Toytomi Hideyoshi. Woman.

1623 – Amboya massacre. English and Japanese are tied and beheaded by Dutch. Killed, I was Japanese. Man.

1692 – Salem witches’ trials in Massachusetts. I was burned innocent. Woman.

1720 – The crew of Calico Jack was hanged. I was Mary Read. Woman.

1745 – Second Jacobite rising it begun by Charles Edward Steward in Scotland. I was hanged as rebel. English won. Man.

1804 – First steam locomotive begins operation. I was a worker on the tracks. Man.

1865 – Lewis Carrol published Alice in Wonderland. I was his house keeper. Woman.

1888 – Jack the ripper’s murders occur in Whitechapel, London. I was one corrupt officers who made people disappear.

1916 – Easter rising. Ireland. I was fighting on the Irish side. I died in the GPO siege.

March 1941 – Expansion of Auschwitz prison camp to be run by commander Rudolf Höss. I was one of the official at his service.

1979 – Current life!

And we finished!

I have to admit that this game was very fun and stimulating!

I had a couple of ideas, I’ll keep for this blog only, at least for the moment!

I have my plate full at the minute with the two WIPs I’m working on, plus the fairy tales.

In fact, what I was thinking about was to write a brief piece for each life. I still don’t know whether it will be about the death moment or something else. It might be a flash fiction or a longer piece, we’ll see.

I’m telling you already, I won’t do much research, I’ll try to defeat the obsessive-compulsive researcher in me.

I’ll do just for the fun!

Would you like to read something like this?

Do you have any suggestion for me? Please let me know in the comment below!

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