Reincarnation: amazing true cases from around the world
Over half the world's population believes in rebirth -- the possibility of returning to this earth in an alternative form. The belief is at the heart of many ancient religions. Roy Stemman has had a life-long interest in this phenomenon. In Reincarnation, he presents over 100 astonishing first-hand accounts of people who remember and believe in a past life.Stemman has compiled the most inspiring and exciting cases from some of the most prominent researchers in the field. Read about the young boy with scars on his head that match the autopsy report of the murdered man he believes he was in a former life; an Italian family whose daughter died but announced in a dream that she would return -- and their new baby who was able to sing perfectly the lullaby her dead sister had been taught; Burmese children who remember details of life as Japanese soldiers; cases of people who under hypnosis can speak a foreign language fluently and cases of famous people who believe that they have lived before. Altogether, these stories are powerful and impossible to dismiss.
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