Scientific Proof Of Reincarnation

Scientific Proof of Reincarnation: Dr. Ian Stevenson’s Life Work

Dr. Ian Stevenson documented and analyzed from a pure scientific perspective, thousands of cases of children who spontaneously remembered a past life. Enjoy!

Reincarnation is Fact: Documented Cases (Part One);
Reincarnation is Fact: Documented Cases (Part Two);

“Either Dr. Stevenson is making a colossal mistake, or he will be known as the Galileo of the 20th century.” — Dr. Harold Lief in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

Probably the best known, if not most respected, collection of scientific data that appears to provide scientific proof that reincarnation is real, is the life’s work of Dr. Ian Stevenson. Instead of relying on hypnosis to verify that an individual has had a previous life, he instead chose to collect thousands of cases of children who spontaneously (without hypnosis) remember a past life.


Dr. Ian Stevenson uses this approach because spontaneous past life memories in a child can be investigated using strict scientific protocols. Hypnosis, while useful in researching into past lives, is less reliable from a purely scientific perspective. In order to collect his data, Dr. Stevenson methodically documents the child’s statements of a previous life. Then he identifies the deceased person the child remembers being, and verifies the facts of the deceased person’s life that match the child’s memory. He even matches birthmarks and birth defects to wounds and scars on the deceased, verified by medical records. His strict methods systematically rule out all possible “normal” explanations for the child’s memories. Dr. Stevenson has devoted the last forty years to the scientific documentation of past life memories of children from all over the world. He has over 3000 cases in his files. Many people, including skeptics and scholars, agree that these cases offer the best evidence yet for reincarnation.

Dr. Stevenson’s credentials are impeccable. He is a medical doctor and had many scholarly papers to his credit before he began paranormal research. He is the former head of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Virginia, and now is Director of the Division of Personality Studies at the University of Virginia.

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Wonderful World

I so much agree with Attenborough, and I hope you can, too.

Watch in HD if possible, and enjoy.

Acceptance Of What Can’t Be Changed Is Key To Satisfaction In Later Life, Research Shows


Buddhist teachings on happiness have long held that accepting that which cannot be changed or controlled is key to reducing suffering. Now, this ancient doctrine has science on its side: A new study has found that during the difficult changes of later life — moving into residential care and losing a certain level of independence — an acceptance of what can’t be changed is a major predictor of life satisfaction.

Researchers at Deakin University in Australia found that when it comes to life satisfaction in one’s later years, the ability to accept what cannot be changed is equally important to the feeling of being able to exert control over one’s life.

The small study, recently published in the Journal of Happiness Studies, examined levels of life satisfaction and perceived control in 101 older adults living in residential care, and another 101 older adults living independently in the same community. Life satisfaction was measured based on the eight measured domains of standard of living, health, achievement, relationships, safety, connection to a community, future security, and spirituality and religion.

The researchers defined “perceived control” as consisting of two components: Primary control relates to the capacity to make changes to your environment to suit your needs or desires, while secondary control is about making changes within yourself to adapt to your environment.

Secondary control — the acceptance of what can’t be controlled externally — was found to be just as important as primary control in determining the life satisfaction of older adults in residential care. This type of internal control helped the subjects to cope with the losses in primary control that they had experienced.

“In order to protect the well-being of older individuals, adaptation involves both a sense of control and the active acceptance of what cannot be changed,” the study’s authors said in a press release. “Primary and secondary perceived control may predict satisfaction with comparable strength depending on the older person’s situation. Acceptance takes more of a prime position in low control situations.”

Although the changes of later life can be challenging, previous research has found that people tend to become happier as they age. Happiness hits a global average low point at age 46, and then generally increases after that point into the golden years.

“Past middle age there seems to be growing happiness into the later years that occurs regardless of money, employment status or children,” writes Suzanne Phillips, Psy.D., on PBS’s “This Emotional Life.”

Another study published this year offered insight into why this might be. Researchers from the University of California at Berkeley found that older adults are better able to deal with negative emotions and have greater levels of emotional acceptance than younger people.

“Acceptance is good for anyone,” Iris Mauss, a psychologist and assistant professor at the University of California, Berkeley, said in a press release. “It just seems to be the case that older people use it more than younger people. They’re sort of wise to it.”

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“Lost City of Giants” Could Be Hidden In The Jungle – Can These Extremely Large Ancient Tools Shed More Light On The Mystery?

There are thousands of ancient myths and legends from all corners of the world telling of giant beings that once in the distant past inhabited the Earth.

These beings were just as horrifying as they were powerful.

It was believed that although these mighty men were that although they were wiped out they will one day return and rule this planet.

A number of ancient human bones prove that humans much taller than the modern man once inhabited the world. We should also not forget that there are still many ancient mysteries hidden in unexplored parts of our jungles.

How many ancient secrets are hidden in the jungle?

Last year, author and researcher Bruce Fenton discovered a previously unknown ancient pyramid structure in a remote region of the Ecuadorian jungle.

Read full article at Message To Eagle


Solar Activity is Very High – ‘Angry Sun’ Continues to Emit Solar Flares

It had already seemed that our Sun didn’t want to behave according to the cyclic solar maximum we’re in. But since a few days, there have been M flares every day, and several X flares.

The sun is currently in an active phase of its 11-year solar cycle.

In the months ahead, the Sun will reach its peak activity level accompanied by several intense M-class and C-class solar flares.

A number of sunspots, including 1875 and 1882 are trading shots today with moderate to strong solar flares. In addition to the X1.0 and M5.1 flares last night, Sunspot 1882 just produced M2.7 and M4.4 solar flares.

The event was also very noisy creating heavy bursts of noise across the VHF radio spectrum.

A Type II radio emission with a velocity of over 1600 km/s was detected. More updates to follow regarding a possible CME.

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Powerful Immune Support

Winter Is Coming! 10 Ways To Strengthen Your Immune System Now
when the sun is not at its highest. You can also get small doses of vitamin D from fatty fish.

10. Relax

Winter is coming and, especially with the cold and flu season, it’s important to know what we can do to keep a strong and balanced immune system to stay healthy and avoid infections.

1. Eat a balanced diet with whole foods.

You need many nutrients, such as vitamins A, C, D and E, as well as minerals selenium and zinc, and Omega 3s, to support your immune system. Focus on eating whole foods, such as quality animal protein if you’re an omnivore, legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds, as well as plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Superfoods such as bee pollen, camu camu, reishi mushroom, and micro algae can give you an extra boost.

Avoid processed meats, fried foods, soft drinks, processed baked goods, or products with artificial sweeteners or refined sugars. Eating too much of them suppresses the immune system.

2. Get plenty of vitamin C.

Fresh fruits and vegetables are our best sources of vitamin C, which help to strengthen our immune system and keep our body healthy. Great food sources of vitamin C include berries, citrus, kiwi, bell peppers, and dark green vegetables.

3. Use herbs and spices.

Cook with onions, garlic, ginger, black peppercorn, cayenne pepper, allspice, curry, and turmeric. They contain components that help to boost our immune system.

4. Drink plenty of clean water.

Water helps in the production of lymph, which carries white blood cells and other immune system cells. Staying hydrated is one of the best things you can do for your health. For an extra boost, add a slice of lemon, which will provide extra vitamin C.

5. Get 7 to 8 hours of sleep a day.

Chronic fatigue is known to increase risks of illness. The body rejuvenates and strengthens when it’s at rest. If you can, sleep 7 to 8 hours a day, and if needed, take an afternoon nap. Your body will thank you.

6. Say hello to friendly bacteria.

It’s known that about 80% of our immune system is located in our digestive system. So keeping a healthy gut is very important to keep a strong immune system. Probiotics are good bacteria that can be found in whole and fermented foods, such as raw sauerkraut, miso, yogurt, kefir, kimchi and microalgae, or in the form of supplements. If you take supplements, it’s best to choose a brand that offers different sources of bacteria and one that’s ideally refrigerated.

7. If possible, avoid antibiotics.

As much as possible, try to avoid antibiotics. They’ve been shown to attack beneficial bacteria in the digestive system and suppress immune functions. Unless you really have to take them, see if you can find a natural alternative first.

If you have a cold, sip on a cup of hot water with lemon, ginger, and organic honey. You can also get echinacea or zinc, which are great for flu and cold. Make sure you get plenty of vitamin C and drink a lot of water. If you’re taking antibiotics or any other medication, take quality probiotics.

8. Exercise!

Exercising is not only a great way to get in shape, but it also increases our immune function, improves sleep quality, and makes our body stronger. If you do not have any health conditions that prevent you from exercising, find the time to workout, even if it’s only a long walk!

9. Soak up some sun.

Vitamin D is important to strengthen our immune system, so try to go outside a few times a week for about 30 minutes, without sunscreen, when the sun is not at its highest. You can also get small doses of vitamin D from fatty fish.

10. Relax, laugh, and enjoy life.

Chronic stress and depression can weaken the immune system and makes us more vulnerable to illness. It’s important to take the time to enjoy life and have fun!

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On January 22, 2013, Reuters reported that nearly 800 children in Europe have developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunized with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine produced by the British drugmaker, GlaxoSmithKline in 2009. Reports of spikes in narcolepsy cases are also surfacing in Finland, Norway, Ireland, France and Sweden.

During the 2009-2010 H1N1 swine flu pandemic, the vaccine was given to more than 30 million people in 47 countries. So far, a total of 795 people have reported developing the incurable sleep disorder after receiving the vaccine. Because it contains a booster, drug regulators have concerns about the vaccine and the shots have not been given here in the U.S.

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Fukushima, The Nuclear Danger And The Speculation With “Green” Energy

A thought about our planet’s future

by Mystica

The Fukushima incident is possibly responsible for a mass dying of animals all over the Pacific Ocean. Radiation in and around Fukushima is much stronger and its impact on the environment much worse than prospected and officially reported.

Nuclear waste containers have been discovered to be leaking and release radioactive material into the environment. Nuclear waste remains hazardous for almost 1000 years. The containers that contain the radioactive waste material, last all much less.

Can we at all respond to the possible catastrophic effects that have been caused by nuclear power and might in fact be caused in the future? How can we at all foresee which dangers we may be going to face?

France for example gets most of its power supply out of nuclear power plants. But France is also a country that is located over a rift that could show an important seismic activity in the future. On the other hand, Russia has ambitious projects for nuclear power plants. And while Germany has started to turn off its reactors after the Fukushima incident, nuclear power plants are being built allover the world, regardless of the disastrous consequences in case of an accident. The problems of nuclear waste are being concealed and played down, and nuclear power is being embellished by those who earn on it.

The energy problem remains unsolved. There’s still no real clean energy supply, as windmills and solar energy panels create new problems for the environment. The promotion of all alternatives to mineral oil is being performed by those interested in making a business out of it, helped by arguable affirmations about man-made Global Warming.

The production of energy in modern times has been a time bomb since the invention of electricity. Mineral oil has turned out to be a solution as disastrous as coal for what concerns direct pollution. Nuclear energy is being heavily criticized, yet power plants are being built everywhere in the world.

What is missing is a serious worldwide government-financed investigation for the development of alternative energy production like proposed i.e. by Nikola Tesla. Has anybody ever wondered why windmills and solar power plants have become a big business, but no government performs officially serious research about i.e. Tesla’s ideas?

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Compare the worldwide distribution of power plants (1) with the map showing the seismologically unstable and most dangerous aeras on Earth. Earthquakes are still almost completely unpredictable; leave alone the eruption of volcanos or super volcanos. These events alone can be disastrous – if they trigger a nuclear catstrophe, the effects are unimaginable. Nuclear energy is no solution as the price the planet pays in case of an accident, is incalculably high. We need valuable research for other solutions – otherwise, we might be the ones who will have killed life on Earth as we know it.

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Tesla Healing Applications

Mass Animal Deaths From Vancouver To Maine

Animal Deaths Allover The Pacific Ocean



Seismic map France