105 Years Later, Titanic Still Fascinates, Haunts
April 15, 2017 marked the 105th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and more than a century after the ship sank on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York—and nearly two decades after the release of James Cameron’s epic film—interest in the doomed liner remains high.
And finally, on April 11th, a Hollywood TV producer named Paul Amirault released a book called “The Man Who Sent the SOS: A Memoir of Reincarnation and the Titanic.” The author claims to have memories of the life of Titanic’s chief wireless operator, Jack Phillips, a 25-year-old British man who died in the sinking.
According to the Amirault’s website, www.themanwhosentthesos.com, the author says he felt compelled to share Phillips’ tale—which he said became clear to him during past-life regressions—because Phillips “helped save the lives of hundreds of Titanic passengers, and I felt I owed it to him to tell his story as he saw it, and as I was able to experience it, too.”
So it looks like Titanic mania isn’t slowing down any time soon. If you’d like to learn more about Paul and his memoir, please let me know. Paul is currently available for interviews. You can see his book trailer here: https://www.themanwhosentthesos.com/single-post/2017/04/10/The-Man-Who-Sent-the-SOS-book-trailer-is-here.
Can past-life regression help with present-day problems if you “remember” who you were in a past life? Paul Amirault believes that it can.