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3 year old recalls past life ,Identifies killer and location of body

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posted on May, 21 2014 @ 04:50 PM
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originally posted by: lotusfoot
a reply to: OneManArmy
Id like you to prove to me that we are actually in a "dimension", then is "enlightenment" real and what are your rules for this "enlightenment" you seek from this person.



I cant prove anything to anybody. I just have questions, not answers, I have opinions on the metaphysical because no one really knows so its all opinion.

Enlightenment, as in "to shine light upon a subject", to share knowledge.




posted on May, 21 2014 @ 04:55 PM
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originally posted by: FlyersFan
AWESOME story. WOW. I wonder how many people in that part of the world will now question their own religious convictions now that they know reincarnation is real.

What stood out to me ... the speed at which this little fella reincarnated. He went missing in his first life four years ago ... and in this life he is only three years old ... which means he must have almost instantly become incarnate in his mothers stomach upon death and he incarnated very close to where he lived previously. Very quick. He had a mission ... to out his murderer.

Interesting. Thanks for posting.
Yes it is very interesting. I would need to witness such a thing myself to buy into it but it certainly gives me food for thought. Would be cool if reincarnation is real and we could one day learn how to remember our past lives.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 05:00 PM
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any evidence that the story is real?



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 05:04 PM
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The saddest part about this story to me is that they take something ordinary and make it extraordinary. Great way to block the little guy and feed his ego.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 05:06 PM
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originally posted by: FlyersFan
AWESOME story. WOW. I wonder how many people in that part of the world will now question their own religious convictions now that they know reincarnation is real.



Why doesn't it happen more often? This sort of thing is very, very rare.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 05:06 PM
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posted on May, 21 2014 @ 05:10 PM
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originally posted by: Xeven

originally posted by: FlyersFan
AWESOME story. WOW. I wonder how many people in that part of the world will now question their own religious convictions now that they know reincarnation is real.

What stood out to me ... the speed at which this little fella reincarnated. He went missing in his first life four years ago ... and in this life he is only three years old ... which means he must have almost instantly become incarnate in his mothers stomach upon death and he incarnated very close to where he lived previously. Very quick. He had a mission ... to out his murderer.

Interesting. Thanks for posting.
Yes it is very interesting. I would need to witness such a thing myself to buy into it but it certainly gives me food for thought. Would be cool if reincarnation is real and we could one day learn how to remember our past lives.


I wonder if being able to remember past lives is sort of defeating the object of the illusion of separation and the life experience being unique on every "turn".

Having the memories and traumas of past lives could interrupt a normal life.
Imagine having the memory of all your deaths. Im not so sure that will be a good thing.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 05:27 PM
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originally posted by: HawkeyeNation
Wow...great read. I for one truly believe in reincarnation. I don't have any birthmarks that I can recall. I think I have one but can't remember where it is. My youngest son has one right in the middle of his stomach...nothing too big. I guess you could say the size of a bullet wound...ahhhh freaky!! My other boy has one I know & I'm thinking his is on his stomach to but I can't remember. Good thread.
I believe in reincarnation also. And like you I thought of my birth mark. Its right above my breast area and also the size of a bullet wound. I never thought of that before..creepy



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 05:28 PM
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Reincarnation seems to be more commonly experienced than most other paranormal events, well at least in my observations. It is possible that I as well have reincarnated, though I do not feel connected to my old life at all, if so. When I was around the age of 2, I started talking in my sleep about things. I was told later that my first sentence was spoke in my sleep. The dreams, as my parents retold me when I was old enough to rationalize, where more like nightmares usually.

The only half valid memory, I might still have, is one repeating dream of dieing. Though 25+ years later, my brain has altered it to many variations. In the dream, the details that have remained the same since being young, are me being a black female, surrounded by 3 black males and one other black female. I have something tied around my arm (which as I am now older, I now recognize as a tourniquet). The others around me have a look of fear and hopelessness. I can feel my self shaking hard, my skin feels as if its on fire but I'm freezing cold.

If that was my life and that was the result, I really do not want to remember anymore. I have a good life this time (drug free) and I'd rather build around living well and doing good for others, than struggle with pain from a life time ago.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 05:49 PM
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originally posted by: OneManArmy

Having the memories and traumas of past lives could interrupt a normal life.
Imagine having the memory of all your deaths. Im not so sure that will be a good thing.


Im thinking Highlander.....



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 06:10 PM
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Check out the books Journey of Souls and Destiny of Souls by Dr. Michael Newton for a very strong case for reincarnation.

To me it seems self evident reincarnation is a fact. Taking into account energy cannot be created or destroyed, the law of karma, and the idea of "souls" in general.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 06:13 PM
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Ugh, "reincarnation" is blathering ignorance. It's not his 'past life' but a genetic-memory that's been passed down to him from a relative's life. It's a physical explanation to something so many people incorrectly assume is spiritually or metaphysically based. They are incorrect.
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posted on May, 21 2014 @ 06:16 PM
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originally posted by: HomerinNC
wow!!! A crime solved by reincarnation!
But like the previous poster, the boy could be psychic.
I'd like the debunkers and skeptics debunk THIS one...


That doesn't really explain the birth mark on the boys head coinciding with the cause of death of the body that they dug up out of the ground.

I am a little more intrigued that a child at the age of 3 could pick out his murderer, tell his family what village he came from and remember his previous name. This seems like a very young age for a child to be able to articulate a lot of that stuff.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 06:27 PM
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I would like to know how old the boy was when he was murdered in his previous life just to see if it stacks up with the usual "death of the younger person reincarnating". Other than that I believe reincarnation is a fact,





a reply to: maddy21



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 06:28 PM
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Check out the books Journey of Souls and Destiny of Souls by Dr. Michael Newton for a very strong case for reincarnation.


I've never read Journey of Souls, but Destiny of Souls is a very good read and probably just extrapolates on Journey of Souls.

I think if other cultures started asking their children these kinds of questions at that young of an age we would have SO many more accounts. It is a part of their customs to not only talk about it with all of their young children, but also follow-up on anything those children happen to remember. I'm not sure why so many are throwing them under the bus so quickly for having stories that match their culture and beliefs.

About the only think I got out of my kid around that age was the sentence, "I want to go home." He said this a few times and it was always bittersweet.

My son also has a port-wine stained birthmark all up one arm reaching down to his back and chest.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 06:49 PM
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a reply to: maddy21
This is the sort of thing that has the scientific community rolling their eyes.

Q. Was the child groomed?
A. Nobody here on ATS knows, not a clue, zero, zilch. Yet you shout about it being "so genuine".

Q. Is there a vested interest amongst the "shamens/priests/tribal elders" etc in perpetuating the belief?
A. Too damn right there is (alarm bells anyone ?). Oh "here is a child with a convenient birthmark" DUH!!!!!

Q. Do we know about the original murder ie witnesses, "near" witnesses ie those so close they know who did it but it falls short of absolute court proof?
A. Nobody here on ATS knows only those relating the story.

The whole story is an anecdote with no independent proof whatsover. As such it is as believable as "a.n.other divine vision" like a catholic seeing the Virgin Mary by a waterfall! As per usual folks who believe in this are incapable of taking a step back and asking themselves "is this a con?" what proof is there to show that this is not a con.

Do people really believe that because this came from some remote rural area involving an infant that it must be "innocent" and "genuine", because if you do then tell your family asap so they can protect the family assets from being pinched by a con artist, you are far too gullible.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 07:24 PM
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I somehow believe in some form of afterlife or another, and reincarnation makes a lot of sense to me. Keep playing the game until you are good at it, then you'll be a free spirit.

We don't know what happens after death, but we also don't remember what goes on in our head before we are born or a few years after we are born (until 7 or so we don't have consistent memories). Maybe we do remember certain things from other lives when we are kids, but we don't remember we remember.

In truth, kids are a mistery. As adults we tend to patronize them or dismiss them, but they really are a mistery.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 07:44 PM
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good stuff .. some may find this interesting in addition ... remember watching it years ago ... not absolute conclusive proof, but should be interesting to the ones who already believe




posted on May, 21 2014 @ 07:45 PM
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a reply to: maddy21

Show me the DNA test that they are the same person, then I'll believe it.



posted on May, 21 2014 @ 07:58 PM
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a reply to: Famouszor

why would DNA would have anything to do with reincarnation .. at all ? ...
i understand your skepticism .. but your statement is completely irrelevant to reincarnation, as DNA only relates to a physical body, not a persons soul ..

i always liked the simplicity of the car analogy, for relating to the soul occupying a body ...
here, the analogy would o like ... you dont recognise me cos i show up in a new car .. i assure you im the same person, but only in a new car ... but you need me to prove it, but state youll believe me if i show my new car has retained a physical aspect of my old car .. makes no sense ...

if i die, and am given the opportunity to come back and occupy another body .. why should that new bodies DNA have any bearing on my old bodies DNA ? .. Unless of course, i happen to occupy a new body that is somehow physically related to my old body, or its family .. grandchild or so ... but if not related by genes, then DNA would have zero bearing on reincarnation ... hence why the 'other signs' that do seem more logical, play an important role

Actually .. to sidetrack about the DNA thing .. Thinking about this ... I do stand by my statement that DNA relates to a persons body .. but maybe it doesnt 'only' relate to it .. as such
Since DNA is purely information .. and there is LOTS of it in one strand ... and we have only scraped the surface, and for teh most part, have no idea what pretty much all of it does yet .. hmm .. i would not be surprised, at all, that 'SOME' parts of the DNA, is partially written, or rewritten, by the soul occupying it .. i mean .. like, it reacts to the soul occupying it .. ie, if a different soul were to occupy a body for a while, i bet some of the DNA would be rewritten .... can't help feel that i am right here .. in which case, your DNA argument, may have a little merit, but from our perspective, but it still completely far fetched for now, more so than the actual concept of reincarnation is to me


on a side note .. why would a note ever be on its side ?

edit on 21-5-2014 by Segenam because: ... I love to edit ....



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