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Dorothy Louise Eady (1904–1981) was born in London as the only child to Reuben Ernest Eady & Caroline Mary Eady. At the age of 3, she fell down the stairs and died.
The family doctor was surprised when the parents of the girl summoned him back to the house an hour later. Their daughter was alive and perfectly healthy.
However, Dorothy was not the same little girl anymore.
Dorothy began speaking English with a foreign accent.
She regularly came into conflict with teachers and priests for comparing "old religion" with Christianity.
She also had vivid dreams of vast buildings with large columns and beautiful gardens.
When she was 4, her parents took her to the British Museum in London, where she hugged Egyptian sculptures and told her parents these were her people.
She asked her parents to take her home after discovering a photo of the Temple of Seti I from Egypt, all the while explaining that there used to be more trees and a beautiful garden next to the temple.
After marrying an Egyptian man and moving to Egytp, she found herself a job at the archaeological site near the Temple of Seti I in Abydos.
She began having dreams about a past life, of being an ancient Egyptian priestess called Bentreshyt.
After naming her son Sety, she gained the popular name ‘Omm Sety’ (‘Mother of Sety’) from local Egyptians.
After separating from her husband she dedicated her life to the study of Ancient Egypt.
One Egyptologist tested the authenticity of her claims by asking Dorothy to identify artifacts inside of the Temple of Seti I in complete darkness.
Dorothy could describe the paintings and the artifacts with astonishing accuracy, eventhough very few people knew what was inside of the temple.
Archaeologists also found a garden next to the Temple of Seti I, at the exact location she had pinpointed 50 years before.
All leading Egyptologists respected Dorothy, as her immense knowledge solved many ancient Egyptian mysteries.
After she retired, her son Sety asked her to move with him to Kuwait, but she refused the offer.
For Dorothy, there was only one place to die: in Egypt, near ‘her’ temple.
Her life is either a true story of reincarnation or a story of an extreme obsession with Egypt.
Either way, it is an incredible life story.
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