The Man Who Sent the SOS: A Memoir of Reincarnation and the Titanic

The Man Who Sent the SOS: A Memoir of Reincarnation and the Titanic

by Paul Amirault

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Overview

What if your spiritual journey took you back to a voyage aboard the RMS Titanic?

That’s the question faced by Hollywood documentary producer Paul Amirault, who underwent hypnotic past-life regression as part of a research assignment and was unexpectedly transported to a dark night in 1912. There, in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic, he found himself cowering in fear before a massive wall of black steel…as the sinking White Star Liner loomed threateningly over his head.

This bone-chilling experience sparked a 12-year spiritual odyssey for Amirault, who ultimately concluded his “past-life memories” coincided with those of Titanic’s enigmatic First Marconi Officer John ("Jack") Phillips—the man who sent the famous SOS—but who also died with the blood of at least one of Titanic’s victims on his hands.

In his gripping new book, Amirault shares both his, and Phillips,' stories; it's an unforgettable tale of obsession, intertwining lives, and ultimately, the healing power of understanding and love.

Praise for The Man Who Sent the SOS

"A far more revealing and thought-provoking blend of genres than one might expect from a tale of events affecting the sinking of the great ship...From the Titanic's trappings and physical features (including the Marconigraph and hydraulic tube) to past-life regressions, hypnotherapists, questions of belief and reality, and a startling journey backwards in time, The Man Who Sent the SOS will sail beyond new age audiences to intrigue readers of Titanic history, memoirs, and scientific and historical investigations. It's an amazing journey that ultimately comes full circle…Highly recommended reading.” D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997570403
Publisher: Bear Notch Road Press
Publication date: 04/11/2017
Pages: 346
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.77(d)

About the Author

Paul Amirault is a television producer, writer, and photographer. During the first 28 years of his career, he has produced, written, or developed more than one hundred hours of TV programming for broadcast and cable networks such as ABC, NBC, CBS, the History Channel, A&E, TLC, Lifetime, Bio, and Investigation Discovery. His credits include Murder Book, Deadly Wives, The Amazing Race, Kids Say the Darndest Things, Behind Closed Doors with Joan Lunden, and the long-running HGTV home renovation series, Over Your Head, among many others.

In 2007, development work on a TV program took Amirault to Delphi University in the Great Smoky Mountains near McCaysville, GA. There he discovered a gift for energy healing, and he has since been infusing that passion into his work-a-day world.

He's currently writing his second book in this series, The Man Who Was Adrift at Sea, which chronicles his journey through the world of spiritual healing. He already has plans in the works for a third title.

Amirault lives in West Hollywood with his partner, James Young.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: SKINNY DIPPING IN THE DARK: Paul, Norton, Massachusetts, August 1975

Chapter 2: SPARKS: Jack, North Atlantic, April 15, 1912

Chapter 3: THE REGRESSION: Paul, Sherman Oaks, California, Spring 1996

Chapter 4: NIGHT TERROR: Paul, Encino and West Hollywood, CA, 1996

Chapter 5: SLAMMING DOORS: Jack, Farncombe, England, April 1902

Chapter 6: STRANGE TEARS: Paul, Encino and West Hollywood, CA, 1996

Chapter 7: THE STORM: Jack, North Atlantic, September 1906

Chapter 8: ARTIFACTS: Paul, West Hollywood & Long Beach, CA, 1996-1998

Chapter 9: MARY: Jack, Clifden, Ireland, December 1909

Chapter 10: FIELD TRIP: Paul, London & Godalming, England, March 1998

Chapter 11: BENNY: Jack, Liverpool and New York, September-November 1911

Chapter 12: ICEBERGS: Paul, London and Greenland, March 1988

Chapter 13: AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR: Jack, Liverpool and Farncombe, England, Nov-Dec 1911

Chapter 14: LUCY BRIDE: Paul, West Hollywood, California, 1998-2002

Chapter 15: M G Y: Jack, Southampton, England and Belfast, Ireland, January-April 1912

Chapter 16: “OH MY GOD, IT’S TRUE!” Paul, Orlando, Florida & West Hollywood, January 2003

Chapter 17: “MISS WHAT’S-HER-NAME”: Jack, North Atlantic, April 10-13, 1912

Chapter 18: YOU DON’T KNOW JACK: Paul, West Hollywood, California, January-February 2004

Chapter 19: BETRAYAL: Jack, North Atlantic, April 13-14, 1912

Chapter 20: GOING UNDER AGAIN: Paul, West Hollywood & New York, NY, June-September 2004

Chapter 21: “SILENCE! SILENCE! SILENCE!”: Jack, North Atlantic, April 14, 1912

Chapter 22: THE HYPNOTHERAPIST: Paul, West Hollywood, California, October-November 2004

Chapter 23: S O S: Jack, North Atlantic, April 15, 1912

Chapter 24: THE DOOR OPENS: Paul, West Hollywood, California, November-December 2004

Chapter 25: THE BLACK WALL: Jack, North Atlantic, April 15, 1912

Chapter 26: STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS: Paul, West Hollywood, California, 2004-2011

Chapter 27: THE MAN WHO SENT THE S0S: Paul, West Hollywood, California, 2011-2016

Epilogue: Paul, West Hollywood, California, November 2016

Afterword

Acknowledgments

Resources

About the Author

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Knowing that Paul Amirault’s book was part memoir and part history lesson, I was eager to get started. I’ve been fascinated with the Titanic for a long time, but I was not prepared for Amirault’s journey. The story is told from both Paul’s and Jack’s view points, making it equally gripping from both sides. It read like a really good novel and I found I could not put it down. I could only imagine what Paul must have felt whenever something new was revealed to him; the fear that must have coursed through him when he realized Jack had very little chance of surviving on that cold night. I’ve experienced past life regression and am a believer, but never took it to the extent our author has. I’m fascinated with the process of learning who you were in a previous life and Paul’s book has convinced me that I need to undergo a few more sessions. This is not a book about religion, nor is it about some crazy new-age theory – this is a book that chronicles one man’s journey into his past and allows him to open up to the reality that he has traveled through life prior to becoming Paul. Paul’s continuing research to learn more about Jack and his eventual demise is to be admired; it could not have been an easy one. I loved this book and will be recommending it to everyone I know. Even if you are not a believer, the story is still well-worth reading.