Rebirth PART ONE: evidence in young children (Agnosticism)

by David Turell @, Friday, May 10, 2024, 18:19 (34 days ago) @ David Turell

They have past life memories, many validated:

Tucker follows in the footsteps of the late Ian Stevenson, who for decades scrupulously investigated cases in which young children around the world spontaneously volunteered—in great detail—recollections that seemed to be about someone else’s life. Much of the time, the person being spoken of had died violently or unnaturally. (In a prior post, I referenced one such instance, where a 2-and-a-half-year-old girl became distraught over her inability to find "her" children and described "her" having lost her life in a road accident.) Between them, Stevenson and Tucker have compiled more than 2,500 cases, and 70 percent of them fit this pattern.

There follows a true story of one child with total validation of his memories.

There is a second case presented with full validation.

Comment: reading the article takes time. The point to me with thousands of these cases reported that consciousness carrying these memories from one person to the next, indicates it is obviously separate from the brain and enters the new brain for interpretation.

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