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Official science does not recognize reincarnation. Cases described recalls a past life considers unworthy of scientific study. University of Virginia professor Ian Stevenson for over 40 years studied the phenomenon of reincarnation, in his archive descriptions of more 3,000 cases of transformation. Even his most ardent opponents agree that research has been conducted with maximum scientific strictness and you can’t dismiss them.
Here are just a few stories from his archive.
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Jasbir Lal Jet
A little Indian named Jasbir was dying. Serious illness approaching its logical end. Breath was getting everything quieter, limbs began to get colder. The family was poor, money for there was no treatment. Parents have come to terms with the idea that their 3-year-old the son, not even having time to really see this world, will soon leave him.
But Jasbir is not dead. Already ex on the other side of life, boy started to get better. However, death cruelly laughed at parents a child. Instead of their beloved baby, she returned a stranger to the family a child. Waking up Jasbir did not recognize his parents, he repeated that he the son of a brahmin and his name is Sobha Rem Tiagi. The grief of parents was indescribable: from the next world their baby returned insane.
Once on the street a boy turned to a stranger by name, while calling her her aunt. It turned out Sobha Rem Tiagi really existed and died on the very day when Jasbir visited in the arms of death. Brought to the village of Sobhi Jasbir named for many residents and all relatives freely oriented in the house of Tiagi and its environs.
Little Lebanese Imad Elawar had a reputation in the village dreamer. In addition to the life that was flowing in front of everyone, he had the second, hidden from everyone. Imad talked about friends whom no one did not see, a house that did not exist, relatives who did not could be. The events he described of his second life were so realistic that adults only shook their heads: “Well and inventor! ”
Attitude towards the boy changed when a man arrived in the village from a neighboring village, 15 kilometers from the village of Imada. The “inventor Imad” called the newcomer “neighbor” and described the house in detail, which he lives. It turned out that he once lived next door to a man a boy named Ibrahim Bukhmazi, who died several years ago from tuberculosis.
It was the life of Ibrahim that the little Imad retold as his own. IN the house of Ibrahim and were repeatedly described by Imad toy yellow car, unusual lamp, garage shed and much another.
A girl named rosemary
In the English city of Blackpool, little Rosemary surprised her parents strange fantasy. She stated that she was once a temple a dancer in ancient Egypt, she said that once she was angry powerful priests, fled from them and drowned in the waters of the Nile. Parents were moved and did not consider this something dangerous. However when the girl began to speak in an incomprehensible “gibberish” language, they decided consult a psychiatrist.
Dr. Frederick Wood recorded the girl’s speech and sent the recording Ancient Egypt Specialist Howard Halm. Soon the answer came, that Rosemary’s “gibberish speech” is actually grammatical the correct ancient Greek language with speech turns, corresponding to the era of Amenhotep III.
What are the surprises of children’s memory
Ian Stevenson’s archive describes only cases that had documentary evidence of names, place of residence and details of life. Stevenson considers the most important memories of children. Unlike adults, their brain is not burdened by information received from books, television and the Internet, and therefore memories cannot to be false.
Adults often see themselves in a past life as historical personalities and people with a bright biography. Children in a past life most often ordinary people whose names are not preserved in historical chronicles. The scientific world belongs to the research of Stephenson. However, the psychiatrist’s suggestions explain the facts escapes with silence. What can I say?
According to Stevenson’s observations in children 2-3 years old, memories of past lives are quite frequent, but by the age of 7 they are usually erased completely. So until your child is 7, go and ask: “Do you remember who you were / were in a past life?”
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