Reincarnation Case Study

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Chapter 1 Physical phenomena from previously Summarized Cases The first example of the phenomena at issue here comes in the very first of the cases in my first book on reincarnation, namely that concerning William McConnell, a New York policeman. Trying to prevent a robbery, he was shot six times, the fatal bullet entering his back and penetrating his left lung, heart, and main pulmonary artery. One of his daughters, Doreen, five years later bore a son she named William. From the age of three the child gave evidence of familiarity with details of the life of his grandfather. Even earlier, shortly after birth, It was found that the infant‘s valve of the pulmonary artery had not adequately formed, blocking blood from flowing through…show more content…
From birth she had light colored birthmarks on the left side of her chest and lower ribs. Beginning just before her third birthday she began to speak of a previous life as a male incense maker in a town about 145 miles from her hometown. This is one of a number of cases involving cross-genders. By her 6th birthday she had made at least 20 statements concerning the ‘former life’ including the claim that she was selling incense sticks on a bicycle when she was killed in an accident with a big vehicle. Investigation by her school teacher revealed that a man in that town named Jinadasa Perera was killed by a bus while taking sticks to market on a bicycle about two years before Purnima was born. Investigation by Dr. Erlendur Haraldsson revealed that 14 of 20 detailed statements she had made about Jinadasa and of her life in the other town were correct; 3 were incorrect, and accuracy of 3 could not be…show more content…
While resting in a field after work one day he was fatally shot and wounded by one, įsa Dirbekli, who was hunting rabbits. Dirbekli mistook Selim for a rabbit and shot him at close range. The pellets entered the right side of his head and he died a few days later. Several months thereafter Semih Tutuşmuş (Quantum World, p.29), the son of Ali and Karanfil Tutuşmuş was born in the neighboring village of Şarkonak, two kilometers from Hatun Köy. The father, Ali, had known of the circumstances of the death of Fesli, and both of Semih’s parents saw their child as the reincarnation of Fesli. At the age of about 18 months the child did in fact begin to speak as if he were Fesli, his first words being įsa Dirbekli, the killer of Fesli. The child’s father, Karanfil, tried to discourage him and beat the boy severely to try to stop his repeated journeys to his remembered home. There followed nonetheless numerous statements by the child, Semih, about Fesli, his life and his death. He correctly gave the name of Selim Fesli’s’ wife and all six of their children, and remembered being shot in the right ear by įsa
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