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Wake Island Flashback

I’ve had a pretty normal life except for an experience I had while in college in Baltimore. I was riding a bus after a long day at school followed by a stint at my part time job. It was cold that day, so I was wearing a knit hat. 

Suddenly, my hat felt very heavy on my head. The next thing I knew, I was wearing a helmet and was dressed in a military uniform. A scene opened up before me. It was nighttime on a tropical island. Members of my unit and I were armed and just waiting. It was awful. I knew the Japanese were coming, and that it was not going to go well. I felt a fear such as I never experienced before, it was so intense.

The next thing I knew, the Japanese soldiers were on top of us and we were being overrun. I felt a bayonet go into my stomach. It was so painful. I was on the ground and I felt cold, like the life was draining from my body.

Then I was back in the bus, back to normality.  I could not understand what had happened to me. It was such an intense experience. I looked up the World War II battle of Wake Island later on. It started in the middle of the night and lasted till early morning. There was hand-to-hand fighting, and bayonets were used. It happened on December 23, 1941 and I was born on November 28, 1942.

That flashback was so vivid that I became convinced that it was a real post-traumatic experience, much like combatants have these days. I’ve also read that people who were killed in previous lives sometimes have birthmarks where they were wounded. I have a birthmark on my abdomen. 

R. S.
Bradenton, FL

Posted on November 18, 2013