The Kennedy Family.
September 9th, 2008
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Rose Kennedy.
Yes, my life was fascinating and blessed. And yes, many tragedies occurred.
It is not true that my family was cursed. We just experienced many tragedies. Tragedy is a part of life, and I was accepting of it all. That’s why I lived so long.
Life on this side has really opened my eyes to many things. One important realization is that justice is a reality. I was a person who cared for justice, so I was very happy to see how every spirit gets his or her just deserts.
Despite what may appear, forces are gathering to benefit humanity, and many, many spirits are working for a just world.
Our family continues on both sides of life. My children are progressing steadily. And I am told that many of my grandchildren and great-grandchildren will play an important role on the world stage.
Born Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald in the North End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, she was the eldest child of John F. “Honey Fitz” Fitzgerald and his wife, Mary Josephine Hannon. “Honey Fitz” was a prominent figure in Boston politics and served one term as a member of United States Congress and two terms as the Mayor of Boston.
Rose was predeceased by her husband, Joseph, in 1969, and four of her nine children: Joseph Jr. in 1944, Kathleen in 1948, John F. in 1963 and Robert in 1968. Just eight months after John F. was assassinated, Rose’s mother, Mary, died at the age of 98.
Rosemary Kennedy died on January 7, 2005 at the age of 86 and Patricia Kennedy Lawford died on September 17, 2006 at the age of 82, both from natural causes. As of August 2008, only three children are still living: 87-year old Eunice Kennedy Shriver, 80-year old Jean Kennedy Smith and 76-year-old Senator Edward “Ted” Kennedy. (Source: Wikipedia)