My story began nearly 16 years ago. I was suffering from inconsolable and inexplicable depression, but my life changed in a second, all because one night I felt compelled to switch on the TV, and I obeyed the instinct. I now understand that this was a message from my Past Life Angel ©. For I recognised someone on TV that night - someone I thought I had never seen before - and yet in a few seconds I became sure that I knew him, down to every last facet of his character, although his current name did not seem to fit my memories. I recognised him from a past life. My depression was lifted instantly. It was the most wonderful release. The man I saw was Garth Brooks.

Months later under hypnotic regression, I remembered vividly living in the 17th century, in Hampshire, England as Madeleine Fitzgerald, married to Ryan Fitzgerald. Ryan and Madeleine were tragically and prematurely torn apart, and Madeleine never knew what had become of him. If I had recognised Garth as a reincarnated Ryan, then this explained the depression - which was actually a very old grief over his loss. It also explained the lifting of that depression, because my subconscious had recognised him instantly and knew he had been restored to life. It was spellbinding. Having been a Catholic all my life, I had not considered the idea of having had past lives, but I was immediately certain it was true.

I told my story to one of Garth's closest friends about my belief that Garth had once been Ryan, and she told me, 'This is true. It must be. Ryan IS Garth. You've never met Garth, and yet you know him better than many people who have known him for years.'

Within 2 months of the discovery of my life in the 17th Century, I unexpectedly became a Silver Disc songwriter, although I had never written a song before in my life. I spontaneously shed the 3 stone extra weight I'd been carrying, and it didn't stop there. The events that took place that day changed me from a suicidal and overweight housewife, with apparently no talent and no future, into a successful, happy author, screenplay writer, newspaper and magazine columnist, song writer and TV Presenter of my own show.

To discover the rest of Ryan and Madeleine's story, read Souls Don't Lie - O Books.


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Jenny & Garth

Photo : Graham Goodall

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I needed two things from Garth; forgiveness, for my part as I saw it, in Ryan's demise, and an assurance that he did not find my story offensive. Garth gave me everything I needed, and more. He confided in me things that required total trust, and I was very happy that he immediately felt such trust in me.

What he said will always remain totally confidential. If he ever feels the need to speak publicly of his feelings, it will be entirely his decision. I think this photo says it all anyway. 

However, those interested might like to consider the following:

After the book of the story was written, Garth invented a character called Chris Gaines, and surprised the media by even dressing up as this fictional rock star, complete with long black wig. In the science of numerology there are uncanny correlations between the names Chris Gaines and Ryan Fitzgerald. The fictional date of birth of Chris Gaines and the factual one of Ryan Fitzgerald add up to the same number also.

In the 1600s, Ryan Fitzgerald helped fight a forest fire to save lives. In Oklahoma 2000, Garth helped fight a grass fire and saved a boy, called...Ryan. The vision of Garth running through the smoke, yelling out the name 'Ryan' is very evocative!

Ryan Fitzgerald was killed by a broadsword strike through his left abdomen. Garth has a scar in the same place caused in a road accident that meant as he put it, he was impaled by a long piece of the car bodywork. The 20th century equivalent of a sword strike?

Since meeting Jenny Garth has actually written and recorded one song that is definitely about past lives and included the line, 'So Garth, what did you love most in your past life?' He also wrote When I Come Back to You Again, which some believe is also about reincarnation.



What does Jenny belive in

Do you believe in God?

Yes, I do. I don't see him as I did when I was a child, as some kindly, old man with a beard, and I certainly don't see God as a 'him' at all. To me God is some kind of supreme being that has created a Universe in which every molecule is intelligent and linked to the next. The film, 'What the Bleep', explains it well.

Do you believe in Jesus?

Yes, I do. Let's face it, someone who remains a household name for over 2000 years has to be taken seriously. When I was a child, Jesus was a friend, and he still is. I believe in his values of love above everything, and treating all beings with respect.


Obviously. It makes a lot more sense to me that we are in some sort of classroom and will have to re-sit, if we fail our exams, or go to the next level if we want to go onto higher education. Otherwise there is no equality, because how can some poor street urchin on the streets of Deli, who has to steal to survive, have the same chance of 'getting it right' as a privileged western child? It makes sense that we all have to experience a myriad of different lifestyles, and show our true colours in each. One chance is no fair and I have to believe God is fair, otherwise we're in big trouble!

Do you believe in hell?

No way. My God isn't going to do that. Not the God that says love is the most important thing.

The Devil?

No, I believe in evil, but my God, as I said, is supreme. He doesn't have to worry about a second rate, man-man bogey man.


As a next level, bringing us closer to the supreme being? Yes.