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He begins by saying that his youngest son first started talking about the famous royal at the age of just two, with the toddler pointing to an image of her on a card and exclaiming, "Look, it's me when I was a princess."
Billy's strange comments continued and included one incident where he told his family about having a brother named John (Princess Diana's brother John died before she was born) and another where he mentioned his two 'boys' - i.e. William and Harry.
And if that weren't enough, the youngster also managed to accurately describe what Balmoral, the Queen's favourite residence, looked like - without ever having seen it for himself.
"Lisa showed him another photo of Diana," adds David. "'Billy said: 'There's me as a princess. Then one day the sirens came and I wasn't a princess anymore.'"
What happened, in all these 22 years?
Was her soul just wondering around aimlessly for these last 22 years?
Do these souls perceive time the same way as we do?
Or was she somewhere else?
originally posted by: ignorant_ape
the obvious response to this - is can the child conduct a conversation with someone intimate with diana ?
a simple " 20 question " challeged - no time to confier or research answers - no idea who exactly it will be - just bam - lets play
if the kid can " pass " such a test - then i will re-consider my stance
originally posted by: micpsi
a reply to: Boadicea
Telepathy could be behind any accurate answer the child gave to questions by someone who knew the answers.
To eliminate this, the questions would have to be double-blind, with the questioner not knowing the answers, the accuracy being checked afterwards.
Using someone who knew Diana very well to question the child would not prove reincarnation because he might be extracting relevant information telepathically from the person's mind. Only information that proved on later investigation to be accurate would be evidential because it could not have come fron the questioner's mind.
originally posted by: NoClue
Diana died in a tunel in paris, before being a tunel it was an ancient sacred site! Today it's called "Pont de l'Alma", which you could translate to souls bridge...
Stranger than fiction
Clueless guess at best