At around 0:12 we hear a little of how he speaks.
"Vet nånting om..." = "Knows something about..."
He doesn't have any discernible swedish dialect and his accent is just slightly english (surprisingly subtle, actually); so he's not experiencing a
past life but most likely speaks swedish as he spoke when he was a young man studying in Stockholm.
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Sounds like ancestral memories coming out there. Generations ago many Europeans will of had Norse, Germanic, and or Slavic ancestry. Sometimes it
takes strange sleeping and it comes out in unexpected ways.
It strikes you as more reasonable that his ancestral genes did it, rather than that he regressed to the time when he learned/spoke swedish while
studying in Stockholm? Johan Ek is a perfectly normal name in Sweden and he could've projected it onto himself from a strong memory of someone with
It's fun to go outside the box, though, I admit.
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