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Psychiatric expert Dr Mijo Milas added: "In earlier times this would have been referred to as a miracle, we prefer to think that there must be a logical explanation – its just that we haven't found it yet.
For now, the teenager hasn't returned to school as he continues to recover from the injury, and it's unclear when, or if, he'll be able to play again. "Sometimes I daze out," the teen told WSB-TV. "Sometimes I feel like I'm not here, but I am."
Foreign accent syndrome is a rare medical condition in which patients develop speech patterns that are perceived as a foreign accent that is different from their native accent, without having acquired it in the perceived accent's place of origin.
Some patients who suffer brain injuries occasionally lose the ability to talk in their native accent - but now scientists may know why. The condition, called "foreign accent syndrome", affects only a tiny number of patients. It can mean that a native English speaker can end up sounding more like Spanish or French.
Nearly six decades ago, a 21-year-old Navy fighter pilot on a mission over the Pacific was shot down by Japanese artillery. His name might have been forgotten, were it not for 6-year-old James Leininger. Quite a few people — including those who knew the fighter pilot — think James is the pilot, reincarnated.
Was a woman who died in a devastating Chicago hotel blaze more than 20 years ago reincarnated as a little boy? That's the bizarre claim of Ohio 5-year-old Luke Ruehlman, who is apparently convinced he was once called Pam and perished in a previous life after leaping from a burning building. His mom Erica said he started talking about the unknown woman when he was just 2 years old, reports Fox 8.
A young boy remembers a past life "reincarnation" he had where he was murdered. The 3-year old correctly identified the spot he was buried, the village he was from, and the murderer. Is this proof that reincarnation is real?
In the most bizarre instance of a potential connection, Tucker thought Ryan may have provided an incorrect detail about Martyn’s life when he said he “didn’t see why God would let you get to be 61 and then make you come back as a baby.” Tucker found that Martyn had died in 1964 at the age of 59, not 61. However, after examining old census records, Tucker discovered that Martyn had been born in 1903, not 1905 as his birth certificate claimed, making Ryan’s statement eerily correct.
I’m pleased to offer a full introduction to the pioneering work of Dr. Ian Stevenson, who provides the academic underpinnings for the entire field. Dr. Stevenson spent forty years researching and meticulously documenting more than 2600 cases of children’s past life memories that give undeniable evidence for the truth of children’s past life memories. Dr. Stevenson was truly the first. His work is extremely valuable, and not yet fully understood or explored
originally posted by: dixiecracker
What if it is something like genetic memory? Maybe the guy from Georgia has Spanish ancestors and the coma triggered a latent memory in his brain.
originally posted by: GemmyMcGemJew
a reply to: MamaJ
What's more common is children having imaginary friends and perceiving what adults can't perceive.