posted on Dec, 27 2016 @ 07:27 PM
I was just involved in a very short discussion about reincarnation in another thread. I asked for supporting evidence and was provided with a short
video clip on the subject of people remembering past lives. Now I realize a lot of ATSers are believers in reincarnation. Personally, I don't see the
logic in dying and returning with a wiped memory over and over again for the purpose of learning new truths. It seems more constructive to me, to
build knew knowledge and abilities upon already understood/applied knowledge and ability, which would logically require clear memory. If it took us
multiple lifetimes to learn what we are destined to learn, then wouldn't God or the Universe just provide us with extra long lives in proportion to
Here is my problem with the "past lives memory" claims. Its not that I believe them to be hoaxes, but they might not be what they seem. When I was a
young child, I had a dream that there was an outer door on the side of my house. This door took me to another realm; A kingdom ruled by a tyrant king,
only known by the title, "The King of the Kids". The only details that I could remember about this dream was that this evil king enslaved children
and they never grew up or escaped. Somehow, I was able to escape the same way I got there, through the door on the side of my house.
This dream was so intense. I woke up in a frenzy to get outside to see if the door was there. I didn't even take the time change out of my PJs or to
say good morning to my grandmother who watched me on the weekends. I simple ran out the back door, ran around the side of the house, and came to a
sudden stop when I saw the area where the door was supposed to be. There was no door there. There never was, in the past history of that house's
construction, and I had no reason to believe that a door should be there, but I did believe it. Ever since my family had moved into that house, there
never was a door there, yet for some reason, the dream had me convinced that the door should have been there.
Oddly enough, years later, my mother wanted to convert the house into a duplex, so my grandfather and I knocked out the wall in the very spot of my
dream and built a door there. I had no say in choosing the location of its placement. However, the door leads to a small apartment where my
grandparents now live, not to another dimension where a tyrant enslaves children.
So my point is, dreams that we believe to be memories can be deceptive. I once dreamed that I had a micro chip placed into my left hand (between the
index finger and thumb) by the police, and then I was thrown into a modern day concentration camp with some co-workers. I woke up with a pain in my
hand, and I was really expecting to find a micro chip there, even though I knew there wasn't one.
My hypothesis on the phenomenon is as follows. There are entities (demons/trans dimensional beings/evil spirits) that interact with our minds when we
enter the dream state. I have experienced their presence, and have even had to fight them on multiple occasions. They have the ability to incept
delusions, lies, and perhaps even real memories that have been duplicated and/or extracted from other souls. Children are especially susceptible to
this. Therefore, many of us experience dreams that we may take as our own memories, when they are indeed events that never really happened. These
delusions are incepted into our minds to distract us from discovering the truth, to cause us to ask the wrong questions.
I'm not trying to convince you that reincarnation is false, or that past life memories are false. Your conclusions are your own. I am simply voicing
my unpopular opinion based on some of my own personal experiences. So ask yourself now, in light of this possibility, are you asking the right