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Originally posted by Ocelot
Six-year-old James Leininger may be the reincarnation of a 21-year-old Navy fighter pilot who was shot down over the Pacific by the Japanese during World War II. James' parents Andrea and Bruce say they are "probably the people least likely to have a scenario like this pop up in their lives." So what has convinced them it's true? James liked to play with toy planes from an early age, but by age two, they started giving him nightmares. Andrea says, "I'd wake him up and he'd be screaming [saying] "Airplane crash on fire, little man can't get out." In a home video when he was three, James seems to be doing a sophisticate preflight check. When she pointed out what she thought was a bomb on the underside of a toy plane, James corrected her and told her it was a "drop tank." She says, "I'd never heard of a drop tank. I didn't know what a drop tank was."
Evidence of Reincarnation
Second Lives: Could a Little Boy Be Proof of Reincarnation?
April 15 — 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.
Originally posted by Ricta
Maybe this tells us something that there is a delay between death and reincarnation. Maybe you have to chill in heaven until your next up in line
Originally posted by theRiverGoddess
Ive wondered about my boys exceptional mind often....MAYBE DNA strands also carry memories? [Edited on 21-4-2004 by theRiverGoddess]