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“By making the right use of those things remembered from the former life, by constantly perfecting himself in the mysteries, a man becomes truly perfect”.
~ Plato

Reincarnation as a Scientific Concept: Scholarly Evidence for Past Lives by Dr. K.S. Rawat and Titus Rivas
Reincarnation as a Scientific Concept
Reincarnation as a Scientific Concept focuses on the question of whether reincarnation should be recognized as a serious subject by the contemporary scientific community. After a historical overview of the psychical research into reincarnation memories, the authors present well-documented cases that have been studied by scholars from East and West. Read more...
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  Past Lives and Reincarnation by George Moss
There is so much more to existence than just the one Earth life; of this there should be no doubt whatsoever. We have all of us been here before, but for vast majority, all direct memory of previous lives will have been erased. This is the regular system, but just occasionally one slips through with some degree of retained memory—sufficient for proof that this is indeed so.
  The Cell, the Soul and “Reincarnation by Michael Cocks
The renowned Rev. Dr Leslie D. Weatherhead makes a great number of interesting points in his book The Christian Agnostic (1965) regarding a Christian view of reincarnation. He remarks that Jesus is quick to correct error but his silence is noted when corrective speech would have been so easy on the occasion when our Lord Himself asked of His disciples: “Who do men say that the Son of Man is?” and they said, “some say John the Baptist, some say Elijah, and others Jeremiah or one of the prophets” [Mt 16:14, Mk 6:15, Lk 9:8-9] “Is it not extraordinary that He did not tell them not to talk nonsense?”
  What Did J.D. Salinger, Leo Tolstoy, Nikola Tesla and Sarah Bernhardt Have in Common?
What Did J.D. Salinger, Leo Tolstoy, Nikola Tesla and Sarah Bernhardt Have in Common? The surprising—and continuing—influence of Swami Vivekananda, the pied piper of the global yoga movement
 
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Dr. Bruce Greyson Updates NDE Research by Michael Tymn: When I interviewed Dr. Bruce Greyson in 2004, (below) I asked him how his research in the field of near-death experiences had influenced his beliefs concerning the survival of consciousness at death. I… Read more
Is Einstein Still Laughing? The Strange Case of Rudi Schneider by Michael Tymn: “I could find no evidence of fraud or trickery, and, while retaining an alert and critical attitude of mind throughout, I had a strong feeling of some mysterious power working from within the cabinet,… Read more
Examining the Fear Factor on the “Titanic” by Michael Tymn: It is difficult to measure the fear factor on the "Titanic" during the first two hours following its collision with an iceberg, because the preponderance of testimony suggests that very few of the passengers… Read more
An Easter Message: Embrace the Discomfort by Michael Tymn: I had a “foolish” dream the other night. I dreamt it was April Fool’s Day and I was pretending to be a priest or minister of some kind while giving a sermon for this coming Sunday, Easter Sunday. I remember… Read more
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