By Doug Yurchey
Monday, March 3, 2003
Why does History repeat? The answer could be reincarnation. The same souls keep coming back and basically doing the same things. The faces change; the vehicles change; the weapons change. But, people are pretty much the same.
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Since the age of 3, Carl Edon had spoken of a previous life as a Nazi airman. His parents didn’t believe he was truly remembering a past life, but decades later evidence emerged that made them wonder.
Stunning, isn't it? Do you think this is just a coincidence?
It might come as a surprise to many people, but Indians actually explained Darwin’s theory of Evolution Thousands of years before Darwin!
Evolutionary theory, when viewed from a certain perspective, neatly intersects with the Dashavatar or 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Man’s origins in the waters is evoked by the pisciform nature of Matsya. Then come the tortoise and the boar, taking us from amphibians to land animals. This is followed by a therianthropic form (Narasimha), and then homo sapiens proper, and so on. All this was recorded by Hindu sages thousands of years before Christ.
This article explores a variety of eerie stories in which children seem to be able to recall past lives with uncanny detail.
Two families in Transkei are fighting over a psychiatric patient they both say is their son following claims last year that the man had come back from the dead.
A youth who was believed to have been stabbed to death and buried in 2005 has resurfaced in yet another mysterious return of a man from the dead in the Transkei, South Africa.
Miyuki Hatoyama, wife of Japan’s newly elected Prime Minister, who has stunned the world with her comments about UFO abduction and her past-life relationship with Tom Cruise.
Stories that help prove the case for reincarnation are rare. The better stories seem to come from children - unique cases where it would be hard to understand how the child came by these memories on their own.
BEIJING, August 16 - The Beijing-backed 11th Panchen Lama, Tibet’s second highest spiritual figure whose credibility is questioned by many devoted Tibetan Buddhists, has vowed to maintain national and ethnic unity with China, state media reported Monday.
This pleasant young man from Colorado in a short-sleeved white shirt has been identified by the Dalai Lama of Tibet as the latest of many reincarnations of a Buddhist saint who lived in northern India 400 or 500 years ago.
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Through reincarnation, souls have a chance to progress toward unity with God. Otherwise, each person keeps being reborn. "It’s a huge, unending cycle," the swami said.