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Friday, July 3, 2009

A Well-Documented Reincarnation



Here's an astonishing story of reincarnation. In fact, some are calling it the most fully documented case of reincarnation on record. It's the account of 11-year-old James Leninger, who recalls in detail his previous life as a World War II pilot, his death near Iwo Jima, and even his former friends and relatives. You have to see this to appreciate the impact of the boy's story.

The same story is told in the 8-minute video below from ABC News, though I recommend the video above as a more complete account.



ABC, of course, trots out the typical cranky skeptic to poo-poo the boy's story, all in the network's attempts at "balance," but it only weakens their report and, in my opinion, doesn't begin to dent young James Leninger's astounding recollections.

9 comments:

Athena said...

Thank you for sharing this.

Trée said...

Amazing. I know not what else to say.

Gregory LeFever said...

Thanks to both of you for the positive comments!

Alice Kytler said...

That is amazing! That has to be the most compelling evidence for any type of post-death survival that I've encountered.

Ghost Dansing said...

remarkable story....

Gregory LeFever said...

Hey, Alice Kytler, it's great to have you visit again. I was getting concerned about the lapse in your blogging, but now see that you've posted another intriguing commentary I need to revisit and digest. Thanks for stopping by!

And Ghost, thanks for taking note of the reincarnation post. Interesting link for your comment ;-)

angelcel said...

Fascinating. I've long held the belief that we can be re-incarnated and it's wonderful to see a news story like this that appears to corroborate that theory. Thanks for sharing this.

MarAli said...

thanks for sharing.
I got goosebumps several times during the viewing.

Gregory LeFever said...

Hello to Angelcel and MarAli.

I too have found myself watching the shorter, 5-minute video clip over and over. The number of "coincidences" are, to me, beyond doubt.

Each time I watch this video, I'm more disgusted with the "skeptic" fellow ABC incorporated in its report. The man is so far off base with his "overheard conversations" theory as to be foolish. (Maybe that's the point the network was trying to make.)

Anyway, thanks to both of you for stopping by and taking the time to make positive comments!