Derrick’s most profound memory is being in a disembodied state prior to birth surrounded by a BEING of bright, golden light.
Derrick recalls a Divine Being who cradled and caressed Derrick’s soul in his massive hands.
“His voice was deep, strong and powerful, yet gentle and loving.” Derrick felt peace and love. Spirit bodies of other babies about to be fit with an earthly body were swirling around this powerful Being.
The Great Being placed Derrick on his shoulder as if showing him something. Then he took him into his hands before Derrick fell backwards down a dark tunnel.
“Then almost like with a thud I found myself in my body.”
He immediately reflected – in concepts or emotions – upon the love and the Great Being who had spoken to him: “I need to remember this experience I just had; this was so powerful and wonderful.”
Derrick’s memory includes what life was like in his mother’s womb. He slept a lot, but when awake he took in as much as possible of whatever he saw, heard, felt, and tasted. Most of the time he saw darkness or dark red. When his mother was outdoors or in a well-lit room, he saw orange and yellow. He also saw red veins in the amniotic sac.
Many times loud noises, such as groups of people talking rudely, awakened the fetus. He responded by repeatedly kicking, constantly until he felt better.
He recalls tasting different foods, mostly chocolate. His mother later told him she loved chocolate cake doughnuts during the pregnancy.
Derrick was delivered via C-Section two months early.
He recalls gazing up at masked doctors, observing them carry him out of the womb, and the burning pain and trauma. [Derrick wasn’t sure what this was; circumcision?]
Derrick remembers fidgeting in the incubator with breathing tubes and wires. He often looked around at the other incubators in the room.
Derrick remembers how the doctors tested my eyes in a dark room by placing strange clips on his eyes to keep them open. He saw a chart light up. He recalls the fear and pain, even though kind voices said– “it will be okay”– the clips felt uncomfortable.
Later in life, Derrick’s parents validated these memories of his eye test.