CHAPTER NO:- 10 》PART:- 10 》Child Prodigies, Past Life Ability & Talent Explained by Reincarnation


Astonishing innate talents and abilities
that is child prodigy cases explained by Reincarnation

▪ Some children display an uncommon ability or proficiency in some study or the other. They possess rare powers of intelligence and imagination, creativity and assimilation of experiences to a degree that is beyond the
reach of ordinary ones.

▪ Some authors on reincarnation have quoted the rare occurrences  of childhood geniuses such as Mozart, Sir William Hamilton and Thomas Young as evidence of Reincarnation with so much of authenticity.
▪ The capacity of these children far surpassed the instruction they had received at the hands of their teachers. Skills and performances by these could alone be traceable to previous existence.

▪ Because the ‘present’ as such never provided any solid clue as to their achievement. Here the
theory of reincarnation provides the base for inferring many hidden truths.

▪ Genetic environment or the law of inheritance or any other possible influence has shown us little to explain the mystery of persons possessing prodigious talents. And all this has happened without any reference to parental influence many times.


▪ Instances of genius are not wanting. Think of artists, musicians and painters-most of them have exhibited their prodigious abilities while in teens.

1. Mozart, the world-renowned musician, was able to compose his ‘sonata’ when he was hardly 5 years of age. Even before he was 8, he had constructed his ‘opera’.

2. Teressamilnolli, a girl in teens, played on the violin like a skilled expert devoted to music for a lifetime. Listeners, amazed at this precocious
performance, convinced themselves that the girl must have got this gift from her previous birth.

3. Sri Adi Sankaracharya, as one legend would have it, had written his erudite commentaries on religious scriptures when he had not yet attained the age of 12.

4. Hamilton started learning Hebrew at- the age of 3 years. At 6 he could answer a difficult mathematical problem. At 13 he could speak 13 languages 'particularly Sanskrit, Hindustani, Malay, Arabic and Persian in addition to Classical and European languages.

5. Manziamilo, a boy of the shepherd stock, was a human computer in solving mathematical puzzles. Without the aid of paper and pencil, he would give out the square root of six-digital figure.

▪ Once when _he....was asked to work out .the total .number of minutes contained in 48 years, pat came the answer 2,52,46,080 minutes.

6. Pascal is a case of another child prodigy - this founder of plane geometry had propounded his theories when he was hardly a boy.

7. Tom, though born blind and a slave boy, played on the piano  ‘par excellence’, at the instance of his Master. He gave Many concerts at different places to several audiences. Curiously though, his parents had never seen such a musical instrument called ‘piano’ and much less heard about it.

▪ And besides, this blind boy knew nothing about music lessons. None had taught him. Whatever he performed were his own original  compositions. Like an exponent of art he used to describe the style, nuances and novelty related to music..

8. Raymond, son of an American writer Frank De Fe.11 ita, at the age of six was able to play piano brilliantly without learn 

9. Ferruccio Burgo, hardly eight years of age, proved his mettle eminently as conductor of an Italian orchestral music. It was a remarkable performance at the Carnegie Hall on a Saturday. What great symphony was it ! Highly confident of his aft, masterly skill and competence, he conducted an eighty-piece orchestra in five operatic fine overtures and Beethoven's first symphony.

▪ Tnera 1/10 tremendous acclamation all round. Seasoned critics praised his sense of style, balance in the complicated sequence, and especially so, his fineness of grasp of melody and rhythm. What is further amazing was his extraordinary debut, when he was just 4 years old, that he could publicly conduct a musical program me at Fiume like a  mature performer. - (source : New Zealand Herald March 1948).

10. Carol Gallacher, hardly a child of 2 years of age, could sing resonantly in French with consistent attention. on the musical rhythm and melody.

▪ How incredible it sounds when we learn that she could digest World Classics like Plato's "Republic", Sir Thomas More's "Utopia" Thackeray's "Vanity Fair" and Jonathan Swift's ',Gulliver's Travels" when she was just 4 years old !

11. Beethoven has been hailed as a prodigy in musical compositions. Even at the age of 8, he had established his name as a great musician.

▪ His compositions that have been acknowledged to be masterpieces were published when he was just 10 years old. No less striking are the examples that follow here.

12. Hummel performed a concert at 9.

13. Schubert composed his magnificent works at age of  11.

14. Chopin gave a public demonstration even before he was 9 years old.

15. Richard Straus constructed a polka and a great song when he was less than 7.

16. Samuel Wesley, fancy how that could be achieved—played the organ  and composed an oratorio of the rare order by the time he was 8 years old. To this memorable list could be added two more, namely, 

17. Mendelssohn Brahms and 

18. Dvorak, who exhibited not only extraordinary abilities at an early age but highly exceptional talents whose interpretation demands an excursion into the realm of the unknown and the phenomenon of reincarnation. Source : New Zealand Herald, Jan 1948.

19. Incredible but true when we hear of a child of 3 years of age, reciting accurately many slokas of the Ramayana and the Bhagavad Gita. Even When it was barely 5 months old, it had started lisping certain  sounds though incoherent. This wonderful incident has been reported from Jhansi.

20. Mrs. Curran’s personality reveals an amazing capacity in her  understanding of Early English or Old English as far as diction and speed  go, as can be seen in “The case of patience worth” by W. F. Prince.

Ref :- W. F. Prince, The case of patience worth. B.S.P,R, Boston. 1927.

21. A seven year old girl student of Sri Lanka won every prize for Indian Dancing. She displayed all the qualities of a professional dancer. When ask on her success, she describe that she learned the skills from her elder sister in India. She even gives vivid details on the place she lives in India.

Independently Derived Cases with Innate Talent
▪ John Elliotson : A Medical Innovator Reincarnates as Norm Shealy, MD to Invent Again
▪ Paul Gauguin : Replicates his Artistic Development in the Life of Peter Teekamp
▪ Wayne Peterson : Draws on a Past Lifetime to Paint Scenes of Venice like a Master
▪ Louise Vanderbilt's :Interest in Theosophy Grows into Wayne Peterson's  book, “Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Beings”
▪ Penney Peirce : Demonstrates Natural Talent for Latin her Charles Parkhurst from a Past Lifetime Has Natural Writing Ability from her Alice Cary Past Lifetime
▪ Francesco Goya : From the Spirit World, Francesco Goya Paints through Henrietta Roos & Creates the Image of the Woman Picture.
▪ Bessie Gordon : Can Still Sing a Tune and Do a Past Life Highland Dance.
▪ Gideon Haigh : A Hungarian Boy Climbs Trees like a Monkey and Drums Like an African
▪ Erkan Kilic : As a Young Boy, Erkan Kilic manages a Nightclub, replicating a Past Life Vocation.
▪ Helmut Kohler : After Committing Suicide, Helmut Kohler Reincarnates with the Same Business Skills but Deals with the Same Dilemma 

The following persons, who exhibited special skill but had no opportunity for acquiring this in the present life, are quoted by Dr. Ian Stevenson in his book “Twenty cases Suggestive of Reincarnation” 
1. Paulo Lorenz—skill for sewing
2. William George—skill with fishing nets.
3. Croliss Chotkin. Jr—skill in Engineering.
4. Precocious learning of French—by Imad

A definite occurrence of such skills, before learning them in the present life, offer sufficient scope for survival and reincarnation.
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