Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Nine Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Nine Summary and Analysis

This lengthy chapter opens with Weiss again marveling at Catherine's improvement. Ideas already presented are amplified in this chapter. Weiss notes how Catherine's regressions span thousands of years and how he never knows "where the threads of her lives would emerge."

Her next regression surfaces in the twentieth century. She is a thirty-five-year-old fighter pilot named Von Marks. He has a family, but can't be home. He follows orders and watches his friends die. English and American Armed Forces are the enemy. Weiss takes him to a better time. Von Marks describes his wife, Margot, and recognizes her as "Judy," who is Catherine's best friend in her present life. He has a blond child named Eric. He speaks of political unrest, and refers to the German government and contends "it is wrong to kill... but I must do my...

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