Transcript of Amy Johnson Speaking
There might be exceptional circumstances or cases where that may be, but I don’t think so. I don’t think it was ever intended that anyone should have been born imperfect either mentally or physically. I think this is what man himself has created over aeons of time and although one doesn’t like the old adage about the sins of the fathers falling on the children, because it all sounds so unjust and very unfair, but then again, if one sees more clearly that one is the product of other people in every sense. I mean mentally, physically and every way – not just of one’s parents either.
Because when you realize you’re all sharing the same spirit and that you’re all brought into being in the material sense in the same way, that you’re all sort of linked up and that after all said and done, I don’t think that if…it can be anything else. If generations of people think wrongly, then they’re bound to recreate and create wrongly, you know, and they’re bound to be imperfections because you cannot think wrong without acting wrong – and the physical conditions of the past must catch up with the present and the future.
I think that er, everything that happens is logical in as much that man has set the conditions, created the situation and made it possible for whatever happens to happen. Everything really can be traced back to man himself. I, I think that if you have imperfect children that it’s man who is to blame. You may say the parents are perfect physically, but they may be mentally not that far from perfect or their may be imperfections way back er, on either side of the family or both er, which will eventually catch up.
You see the whole thing is that, there is no such thing really in a sense, as an individual identically, or shall we say, purely on its own. One likes to think so, but everyone’s a product of other people’s thoughts and minds, and er, to some extent, physical bodies too. You see once you realize that the whole of the universe is part and parcel…of the other. I mean every individual is part of someone else, and that you are all part and parcel of the same spirit, the same manifestation of flesh even – I mean, it make take different shapes or forms, you have the animal kingdom, but they’re still linked up with the human race.
Amy Johnson, Leslie Flint seance, 1970
Leslie Flint Educational Foundation