4900 Nights: A True Story of Reincarnation
The author comes as close as humanly possible to proving reincarnation. This is a voyage of discovery in search of the origin of a man. Years of investigation and archaeological discovery, connected with historical record, provide the backdrop for the extraordinary story of the third century migration of a band of Celts from Scotland and Ireland to the coast of what is now Maine. This non-fiction narrative reads like a fine novel and a haunting love story. Take advantage of an opportunity to learn what history does not commonly teach us, and the profound impact which those omissions have on our present-day lives.
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