Reincarnation: ancient beliefs and modern evidence
Theories of reincarnation from East and West, explained in a manner that is accessible to the general reader. Includes case histories of past-life recollections, regressive hypnosis, and deja-vu experience. An informative guide to a timeless subject.
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Reincarnation in western thought
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