Jacques Boisvert, a dear friend of ours, passed
away recently. The following is a channeled message from Jacques.
February 9, 2006 7:57 P.M.
"A Bonjour from Jacques . . .
Bonjour Bob. I would like to thank you for easing
my way through. You have been a help to me. I have slipped away
from the shore. I have taken my little boat out to the deep water
of my beloved lake for the last time. Others will carry on the different
projects that I have started so the Society shall continue.
I havent seen Mempré
yet so I assume that she is still at the bottom of Lake Memphremagog.
Is she still there Bob? I never did find her nor did I ever find
the remains of the American, Burns. Do you remember me asking you
about his whereabouts? I do not believe that I shall find him here.
If I do, you can be assured that I shall ask him about his physical
I have had chest pains recently and had shortness
of breath. I was going to see my doctor when this took me away.
It was not unexpected but somewhat unwelcome. I am philosophical
about my death. I put many years of living into my short lifetime
and had the help of a wonderful wife, family, friends and of course
Memphre. If I had to do it over again, I would perhaps start my
diving sooner in life. I loved life and the people I met.
I am comfortable now. I have no pain. I would like
to use your Web site to say good-bye to my wife, family, friends
and people I knew and the many who knew of my projects and work.
I send my affection to you all.