Under hypnosis Bruce Kelly comes up with an astounding number of detailed facts remembered correctly. Read more
Here is a recent video on reincarnation posted on youtube by CBS on May 15th 2011. Again the prejudice is evident and overwhelming.
I wonder whom of us did this professor of religion ask to say with such confidence that all of our remigrants are Mark Anthonys and Jesus Christs. We understand that mass regressions to past lives like Dr. Weiss’s insists on doing are not acceptable. We also can see Dr Tucker’s reservations as far as hypnotic regression is concerned but even he does not deny that in some cases that could really elicit genuine memories. Read more
“Six decades ago, a 21-year-old Navy fighter pilot on a mission over the Pacific was shot down by Japanese artillery. His name might have been forgotten, were it not for 6-year-old James Leininger.
Quite a few people — including those who knew the fighter pilot think James is the pilot, reincarnated.”
This story originally aired on April 15, 2004. Read more
Here is an astonishing story about the possible reincarnation of the General J.B. Gordon. Notice the similarity in his face and the birthmarks on him as well as some ‘peculiar’ synchronicities… Read more
Here is an interview with Dr Roger Woolger Author of “Other Lives, Other Selves” continues to talk about his many years working with Regression therapy, releasing Ancestral energies and Spirit attachments. Honorary member of EARTh, is telling some things about his biography and experience. Our culture has few practices for releasing the dead, with the result that many energy problems, obsessive issues and persistent complexes often turn out to be old or ancestral spirit energies attempting to use us as a vehicle to resolve their own unfinished issues. Roger Woolger has frequently encountered and removed unwanted and unhappy spirits. Some originally attach to us in childhood, others after death of a family member. others have been with us for many lifetimes. Read more
Organ Transplant, or, Memories Transplant? This is a documentary that challenges the conventional view of biological reductionism. How is it possible for organ recipients to be able to recall memories of their dead donors? How is it possible to change habbits, to attain addictions or preferences that they never had before the transplant operation?
In TRANSPLANTING MEMORIES, prominent medical experts attempt to explain why some organ recipients adopt these memories and emotions, also known as “cellular memories”. While a handful of scientists are skeptical dismissing this strange phenomena as post-surgery stress or reaction to anti-organ rejection drugs — they are also countered by a growing number of experts who believe cellular memories are indeed transplanted with organs. Dr. Candace Pert, a pharmacologist and professor at Georgetown University believes the mind is not just in the brain, but also throughout the body. This school of thought could explain such strange transplant experiences. “The mind and body communicate with each other through chemicals known as peptides”, says Dr. Pert. “These peptides are found in the brain as well as in the stomach, muscles and all of our major organs. I believe that memory can be accessed anywhere in the peptide/receptor network. For instance, a memory associated with food may be linked to the pancreas or liver and such associations can be transplanted from one person to another”.
Watch for yourselves some cases shown here that really deviate from the Cartesian model of scientific thought…
We have been brought up to believe that the mind is located inside the head. But there are good reasons for thinking that this view is too limited. Recent experimental results show that people can influence others at a distance just by looking at them, even if they look from behind and if all sensory clues are eliminated. And people’s intentions can be detected by animals from miles away. The commonest kind of non-local interaction mental influence occurs in connection with telephone calls, where most people have had the experience of thinking of someone shortly before they ring. Controlled, randomized tests on telephone telepathy have given highly significant positive results. Research techniques have now been automated and experiments on telepathy are now being conducted through the internet and cell phones, enabling widespread participation. Read more
In the 1960s a group of people from Bath recounted their dreams to a local psychiatrist. These dreams suggested that they were experiencing flashbacks to former lives as members of a 12th century religious sect from France. Could a group of ordinary West Country folk really have been possessed by the victims of a medieval genocide? Read more
“In Another Life” explores how Americans are encountering the real phenomenon of reincarnation, in a society which refuses to acknowledge its existence. It was produced with very little funding, and developed by networking primarily through the internet, beginning in 1997 at a time when the internet was just starting to be used this way. A less-polished version of what you see here was broadcast on KBDI in Denver, Colorado in 2003. In Another Life is totally unlike most commercial treatments of the subject, inasmuch as it does not conform to the “theme park ride” formula of presenting intriguing cases and thus making the viewer nervous; shooting the cases down with humanistic skeptics; and then safely concluding that it’s probably not real, but we can never know for sure. This program shows that it’s real, and then shows real people discovering it in various ways despite society’s denial. Produced/directed by Stephen Sakellarios; narrated by Mike O’Connor. Read more
This is one of the very rare videos of Dr. Ian Stevenson the director of the Division of Personality Studies at the University of Virginia. This is a presentation of his basic findings done on January 16, 2006 at the Jordan Hall Auditorium at the University of Virginia. Read more