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The psychoplasm concept expands the current model of genetic inheritance. Scientists presently assume a combination of forty-six pairs of chromosomes (23 sets from each parent) carries forward all the data necessary for the zygote to develop into a complete human being. It is generally accepted that physical traits are transmitted from the parents to their progeny through this genetic package. Body types, hair patterns, predispositions to some diseases, and more are considered gene-based. Even behavioral inclinations are believed by some to be transmitted via the genome.
However, the evidence developed by the Reincarnation Experiment that appears to connect past to present lives covers more areas than the above-mentioned factors attributed to DNA transfer. Beyond unique physical features, reincarnation evidence includes a variety of personality traits, specific knowledge, and special skills. Thus a reincarnation mechanism must be more comprehensive and capable of activating genetic off/on switches beyond or different from those normally identified with inherited traits.
The theoretical psychoplasm is just such a mechanism. It is analogous to the individual cell in that it encompasses all the factors necessary to reproduce itself in a new physical form, including any mutations and adaptations that carry-forward in the evolutionary process. The project has identified five psycho-physical factors that appear to comprise the integral psychoplasm.
The "Soul Genome" hypothesis posits that an infant begins life with a past-life legacy embedded in the psychoplasm. With it as a foundation, the infant interacts with its new environment and social network to create its own unique contribution to the ongoing process of evolution. If reincarnation works as the present evidence suggests, this cumulative, multigenerational legacy, modified by each lifetime of experience, becomes the inheritance of the psychoplasm’s next incarnation.
Originally posted by pez1975
I have come to believe reincarnation is a very likely possibility, scientifically and spiritually. I have researched the subject for some time. here is some of my favorite evidence take from it what you will. also I have cataloged the evidence posted in this thread to add to my research thank you all that contributed to this thread.
Evidence for Reincarnation
I have posted this link before in a thread i made a while ago sounds like the poster above read it.
Child pass life Recolection
edit on 7-9-2011 by pez1975 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by PerfectAnomoly
I would argue with your claim that we have scientific evidence that the "soul" leaves the body at death.....
You claim there are photographs of this?? Please can you link to these photographs... I would be very interested to see this evidence.......