yeah, sure! but it's been more than 37 yrs, now! That's what surprises me. I know it's Jim, but it's been a while... How can someone have so much anger inside? Even after all this time? And why Mr Courson? It's not Pam but her father, and he is not responsible of all this
Post by sherdelune on May 24, 2008 16:08:29 GMT -5
I don't think anyone could classify what Jim felt for PK as 'love.' Of course, none of us was there to know for sure, but he certainly was not calling her his 'cosmic mate.' That was reserved for Pamela.
there are enough evidence about Jim's feelings to Kennealy, in fact there are letters of him from Paris saying that he was planning to stay there with Pam indefinitely. He married Patricia because IT WAS NOT LEGAL, and it was fun in the moment. That ceremony meant NOTHING to him. He went with PAM to Paris and wanted to stay there with her. Patricia is living in a fairy tale all the time...
Post by Pamela Honey on May 26, 2008 4:47:48 GMT -5
I'm not saying that he loved PK more than Pam, i just said that i think that he loved her too, not as much and not at the same way, but that he loved her. I love allot of guys but i love my boyfriend more. get it?
yes i agree. Jim for sure loved Pamela the most but he certainly must have cared for the other women he chose to spend time with. I know it was the 60's but surely people still had to at least like people to sleep with them. Pamela must have felt much the same about the count as I believe this lasted for a little while too, how much as lovers and how much as friends, obviously I cannot say, but i believe the time in which jim and Pam lived in certainly made other people as lovers a bit more acceptable than maybe today. we will never know how much the wiccan handfasting ment to Jim but it would certainly have ment a lot to Patricia as a witch, and there is little doubt that Jim went through with this, so whether it was as part of his "trip" or to applease Patricia, we will never know, but I honestly believe that she is lucky to have these memories but that surely that is what they should be for her, memories. I think she has got stuck in the land of what iffs rather than in the facts. Anyone agree or indeed disagree with this?
yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift
The only person to know Jim's intentions regarding that 'marriage' is Jim himself, and he's not here to clarify. This makes it very easy for her to manipulate events to fit into her own representation of the 'facts.' She always mentions letters that Jim had written to her from his time in Paris, yet I do not think she has ever presented one to anyone as proof. And honestly, I would not trust any letter she produced unless it had been authenticated by handwriting experts.
So I do believe that she is living in an elaborate fantasy of her own creation -- steeped heavily in 'what ifs' and ghosts of memories from the past. Sad, really.
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