This one I found pretty interesting, and on a couple levels a little unsettling. I'd love to know what other people think, because this one turns some of my core beliefs upside-down.
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It's a haunting story, that the child is so in touch with detail and emotion surrounding the man he believes was himself at an earlier date. Hard to dispute.
Where have all the skeptics gone????? You can't draw any conclusion from that short little TV news clip. We have no idea who these people are, or if what they're saying is true.
They have gone home for the holidays. You may have to wait until they come back.
Seriously though ...
Perhaps this particular story is a sham, but that in itself wouldn't nullify the minor personal experiences I have had ....
The real question to me is: is reincarnation just one of many possibilities or is it the only one? It seems to me that if it were the only possibility then we'd have to explain where all these "new" souls are coming from. I mean how many people are alive right now, 6 billion, 8 billion? That's a lot of souls to reincarnate. If the multi-verse theory is correct then these souls can come from other dimensions, other universes, at least how I see it.