My heart sank several inches when I heard Princess Leia [aka Carrie Fisher] died.
I was nine years old the first time I saw Princess Leia in Star Wars and the instant she appeared on screen she became my shero.
When her mom, Debbie Reynolds passed away the day after her daughter’s death, I knew they were deeply connected.
And after listening to Anne Ortelee’s weekly astrology podcast last night, it all made perfect sense:
“When I looked at their [Debbie and Carrie’s] natal charts, the two of them had a very magical connection. It was a lovefest. Carrie and Debbie were twin flames. One flame went out and the other one said, “You know, I just don’t want to be here without her.”
It is said that twin flames are two people who share the same soul.
Twin flames are not limited to lovers and beloveds. They can also be a mother and daughter like Debbie and Carrie.
Twin flames truly compliment each other and it is a hardship for them to be apart. They also have a very strong bond and often have telepathy with each other.
I wonder, have you ever seen a close friend or family member seated alongside their husband, wife, lover, partner, daughter, mother, brothers, bff, etc. in your waiting room while holding their hand for additional comfort?
I bet you have.
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May the force be with Princess Leia and her mom.