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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.
originally posted by: Xeven
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.
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.
I too believe he has been told this by Spirits…
I disagree that this is circumstantial evidence and would say it is direct evidence. Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia.
originally posted by: andr3w68
a reply to: intrptr
I understand your thinking. No its not proof. It's circumstantial evidence at best, but still. It's evidence.
This is a great story, and I will for sure be sharing! Thanks op!
Testimony can be direct evidence or it can be circumstantial. If the witness claims they saw the crime take place, this is considered direct evidence. For instance, a witness saying that the defendant stabbed the victim is direct evidence. By contrast, a witness who says that she saw the defendant enter a house, that she heard screaming, and that she saw the defendant leave with a bloody knife gives circumstantial evidence. It is the necessity for inference, and not the obviousness of a conclusion, that determines whether or not evidence is circumstantial.
If you really believe that, I challenge you to put a panel of five-year-olds in charge of your life. You can Youtube it and become famous overnight LOL.
originally posted by: InverseLookingGlass
a reply to: maddy21
That is an intriguing story. Humans have two lives. The first, lasts until age 3-5.
For some mysterious reason, the memory resets and all memories are lost of that time. You start all over with a different long term memory system. So everyone lives for a few years and is essentially born again. Children typically can't articulate clearly what they are experiencing, so the mystery remains. It definitely needs more study.
IMO, the world would be better off if ruled by a council of 5 year olds. Think about it. No religions, no memes at all. Just innate humanism.
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
a reply to: maddy21
Well, this is interesting, but it's a long way from proof of reincarnation. All this proves is that the child had some way to know about the murder case, in detail. Assuming it's because of a "past life" is assuming too much.
I would lean more to a spiritual cause, as in, some spirit gave him the information.