Award Winning Author Deborah Richmond Foulkes, CM, FSAScot Discusses her books and the research behind RIGHT OF PASSAGE What the Dead Say About Reincarnation
James Douglas showed me this image of himself from the early 14th century; wearing the fur helm that he won in a battle not far from his Borders stronghold at Lintalee, Scotland from an English knight named Sir Thomas Richmond
Dame Jean Conan Doyle collected her father's correspondence together for a 2007 book, "A Life in Letters", including a photo of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, referenced in his writings as: "I'm going as a Viking" (to the costume party he was hosting). Note the similarity in helms.
Arthur Conan Doyle's book that included stories of James, Lord Douglas only with an intentional reference to the wrong decade, much later in the 14th century, and after the death of the Black Doulgas. The five roses of the tabbard are in honor of the five mortal wounds taken by the Douglas knight at the battle at Teba, Spain.
Not long after I published my forth book, My Truth a Mist in Time, Sir James Douglas came to me during a meditation and told me that he was also Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I was skeptical of course and asked him for proof. “I wrote the quintessential history of the Boer War…a most celebrated military treatise,” he said with assurance. Later as I shared this information with another medium and researcher, Galyn Dvorak she started investigating his claims further. James told her that the evidence “was all there” in his books. She found references ‘out of the blue’ in his numerous writings that linked the 13th century lifetime of James Douglas to his publications as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Such place names as ‘Lintalee’ and ‘Ferrers’ appeared as destinations. In Conan Doyle’s favorite book, White Company, the author told me that he included the stories of Sir James, the Black Douglas, as if he were still alive in 1360; knowing from his impeccable research that the valiant knight was killed in Spain in August, 1330. “It was intentional,” he advised me; even the five red roses on the tabard of his knight were of a design to signify the five mortal wounds inflicted by the Saracens on Sir James Douglas in his last battle at Teba.
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Sir Arthur revealed another Scottish lifetime as Sir Archibald Campbell, Keeper of Skipness, the second husband of Janet Douglas, Lady Glamis
A young Conan Doyle; his handsome visage clearly similar to his other incarnations; a photo by Herbert Rose Barraud 1893
Images from Doyle's lifetime in 16th century Scotland as the brother of the Earl of Argyll