Strange Stories That Will Make You Believe In Reincarnation
Dr. Brian Weiss is an expert in past-life regression therapy. He had a traditional psychotherapy practice until one patient and her experience with reincarnation changed his entire life.
These stories are full of strange coincidences that are just too bizarre to be ignored. Could reincarnation be involved? It seems that way.
A boy in Turkey was born with unilateral microtia and hemifacial microsomia, meaning malformed and underdeveloped ear and face. Soon he recalled the life of a man he claimed was killed by a shotgun. Records from the local hospital indicated a man had died from injuries by a blast, to the right side of his skull.
Dr. Weiss had a patient who underwent past-life regression therapy. The woman recalled a life as a pioneer, who hid from Native Americans in a secret compartment with her toddler son. She claims the son had a crescent moon birthmark on his right shoulder, and she accidentally smothered him while trying to keep him quiet.
Soon, a new patient with asthma attacks came in, and he and the woman had an instant attraction. All were shocked when he revealed a crescent moon birthmark on his right shoulder.
Taranjit Singh began recounting the horrific story of his death at age 6. He remembered his old name, the village he was born in, how old he was when he died, even how much money was in his wallet at the time. Taranjit’s family were so disturbed they had to investigate.
Sure enough, they found the family of the deceased, all details panned out, and Taranjit even identified family members by name. Although Taranjit could barely write, he was able to perfectly match handwriting with that of the dead boy.
American woman TE was raised in Philadelphia by immigrants who spoke a mix of Polish, Yiddish, and Russian. However, during regression therapy, TE claimed to be Jensen Jacoby, a male Swedish peasant. She could answer questions in Swedish, and even passed polygraph and word association tests in Swedish.
All family and friends questioned claimed she had no training with the language. She even used over 60 Swedish words in conversation not used by the therapist. Furthermore, her accent was praised as spot-on, even mixed with old Norwegian.
Robin Hull was a boy whose mother could never understand the language he sometimes used. She contacted a professor, who claimed he was using a dialect spoken only in the northern region of Tibet. Robin recounted a story of how he grew up in a monastery, although he wasn’t even of school age yet. His details were so compelling the professor actually took a trip to the monastery in Tibet.
Kevin Christenson died in 1979 from metastatic cancer. It was found after he broke his leg and suffered many ailments, including a tumor which caused his eye to protrude and a lump above his right ear.
Eventually, Kevin’s mother remarried and had another son, Patrick. He was born with a birthmark in the same spot Kevin’s IV entered. He had a lump above his right ear. He even began limping as he learned to walk. Furthermore, he questioned his mother about the orange and brown house, where she lived with Kevin before divorcing her first husband.
Doreen had a son with a condition eerily similar to that which caused the death of her father. It got worse when her son began telling her that When I was your daddy, you were bad a lot and I never spanked you! But her suspicions were confirmed when he brought up her old cat and called him Boss. Her son was born long after she had the cat, whose name was Boston.
Only her father called him Boss. The boy insisted he was born the Tuesday Doreen’s father died, after being told he could come back.
Dr. Weiss received a shock when a patient explained to him that she was in an in between state and that his father and son (both deceased) were present in the room. She went on tell Dr. Weiss how his father died, how his son died, their names, and who they were named after. This was the specific case which changed Weiss’s career forever.
Ma Win Tar recounted a past life as a Japanese soldier, claiming she was captured by her own villagers and burned alive while tied to a tree. While still young, she preferred her hair short and liked to dress as a boy, which her family forbade. She also refused to eat traditional dishes, and would slap the faces of those she didn’t like – a habit invading Japanese practiced on local villagers. Ma Win Tar even resisted Buddhism and declared herself a foreigner. Strangest of all, she had been born with strange constriction rings on several of her fingers and wrists… which her family always thought looked like rope marks.