Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Thirteen Summary and Analysis

Weiss again describes Catherine as healthy and "beyond normal." Lifetimes are repeating. He does not realize that five months would pass before this and their next or last session.

She describes clay pottery and gold carvings and being in a brown building. She wears a long gown and "funny shoes, like sandals. I have brown hair. I'm working on a man. He has some kind of ... rod in his hand." She sees others making metals. She says the statue she is working on will be sold. She explains that the nobles will receive the finer products. Weiss asks if she deals with the nobles. She says no, this is her job. She is not good at it, but she is learning. She describes the statues being made as religious. Weiss asks her which religion. She responds that "there are...

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