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A famous researcher of a phenomenon like reincarnation, Canadian American psychiatrist Ian Stevenson in the seventies of the last century met a resident of the Indian city of Nagpur, which was called Uttara Khuddar. The uniqueness of this Indian woman was in that she could speak old Bengali which existed until the 19th century, and in which there were not yet 20 percent of the words, borrowed from English (British influence colonial policy).
Uttara Khuddar spoke ancient Bengali completely freely, as if born and raised in West Bengal until the 19th century or at its beginning.
What happened to Uttara Khuddar?
Moreover, a woman, being a native of the city of Nakpur, located in central India, also spoke fluently in Marathi, knew good Hindi and even English. However, at 32 Uttara suddenly began to identify with a person named Charade, for some time even stopped recognizing relatives and spoke in ancient Bengali.
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A team of scientists led by Ian Stevenson for several months investigated this phenomenal case. Learning from a woman that father The charades are called Bryanat Chattertonyadhaya, the scientists raised the archives and specified that at the beginning of the 19th century a family of this a person, however, according to the tradition of that region, genealogy was mentioned only men, and therefore determine whether then existed and Charade, failed. However, this “impostor” knew too well of all the male relatives of the Chattonyadhaya family, accurately described them, she knew a lot about the cuisine of that period in Bengal and its customs, so just by coincidence all this, as Ian Stevenson argued, can not be called.
There was something else, especially since this case looked it was as if another person had taken over Indian Huddar.
Reincarnation or sharing souls?
Stevenson ultimately came to the conclusion that the phenomenon Khuddar-Sharady is most likely the case of the so-called xenoglossia, that is, here we can talk more about obsession, than about reincarnation.
Charada is an incorporeal person who was once a real person who died at the beginning of the XIX century, – he will write later in scientific report. – After a century and a half, she somehow mastered the body of Uttara Khuddar. But other details of this story still convince us that reincarnation in this case also takes place. For example, Uttara for some reason from an early age had an interest in Bengal and to the Bengalis themselves, she even tried in her school years learn Bengali. It’s possible Huddar is reincarnation of Charades, but it manifested itself somehow very strange, fully in adulthood, which is why it is very similar and on the effect of xenoglossia. That is, it turns out an incredible phenomenon, with which we have never encountered before. And this phenomenon is until end has not been studied.
However, the reincarnation itself by many scientists, especially representatives of academic science, rejected. And here is the phenomenon rebirth, and even with signs of obsession. Straight riddle in riddle …