▪ Atheism or Bible or Quran or Bhagavad Gita.

Socrates or Jesus or Allah or Sri Krishna.

▪ Date:- 04-11-2016.

▪ Debate Topics :- Parapsychology, The Law of Cause and Effect (Karma), Near-Death Experiences, Out of Body Experiences, Human Consciousness, Metempsychosis (Reincarnation).


Questioning Teams:- Atheists United Team, Christ Army Team, Marsh Allah Team

Answering Team :- Hare Krishna Team.

Question From Atheists United Team

▪Near-Death Experiences, Out of Body Experiences Are Just Patient Hallucination Dye to Malfunctioning Cerebral Cortex, So there is Nothing More Than Hallucination

▪ All Near death Experiences are just Hallucinations That's all

▪ For Example This is From Hare Krishna Team Book only



It is written that

(7) The Being of Light : After meeting the people of light, the dying often meet a powerful
spiritual being whom some have identified as God, Krishna, Jesus, Allah or some religious Figure.

This is An Total Absurdity, This Clearly Shows that People were Hallucinating Their God,
Hindus saw Krishna, Christians saw Jesus etc It Doesn't prove Jesus or Krishna or Allah

It is Just a Hallucination

Response From Hare Krishna Team.

(a) neurotransmitters flooding the dying brain,
(b) hallucinations
(c) anoxia,
(d) cortical disinhibition,
(e) right temporal lobe stimulation,
(f) depersonalization,
(g) memory of birth,
(h) endorphins,
(i) disassociation,
(j) REM state intrusion.

▪ All The Above Brain Anomalies Have been Already Ruled Out

▪ Because Consider For Example Hallucination, For the Hallucination to Happen it Requires A Functional Brain, At Least A Malfunctioning Brain.

▪ But Near death Experiences are Happening in Patients Who had impending Death [Point to be Noted Judges Impending Death Meaning *About to be Happen* Or *Just Happened*]
To say More Simply Near death Experiences are Happened in patients Who are Just Proclaimed Clinical Death (Just Death)

▪ Eg Just had Brain Death, Just Death by Myocardial Infarction etc where patients are just clinically dead.

▪ You Cannot Say it is Hallucination, Because there is no Functioning Brain.

▪ So We have Ruled Out All 10 Possible Brain Anomalies which we have Mentioned Above, All those 10 Conditions Requires Working Brain To Happen

▪ So the Simple Possible Explanation we have for Near-Death Experience is

*Afterlife Hypothesis* may be the simplest explanation accounting for NDEs. Developments in quantum physics have made some brain anomaly theories of the NDE outmoded as the new physics can account for elements found in NDEs such as

(a)  quantum superposition,
(b) non-locality,
(c) a holographic universal interconnectedness,
(d) the many-worlds and
(e) many-minds interpretations,
(f) the zero-point field, and the concept of subjectivity just to name a few.

We Agree that

▪ Hindus Experiences Krishna, Christians Experiencing Jesus, Muslims Experiencing Allah etc in Near Death Experiences Does Not prove Krishna,Allah or jesus Etc *but it is not Even Hallucination*

All those Experiences Proves that Consciousness Exist Even After Brain is Dead, And the People Experience is Shaped By their Belief *It is Not Hallucination* *But It is An Afterlife Hypothesis* To Support the Fact that *Part of Consciousness Could Exist Even Independent from Brain*

Thank you


Question From Atheists United Team

To The Response From Hare Krishna Team

▪ Judges I found Their Answer Not Very Much Scientific

▪ So Please We are asking Hare Krishna Team to Justify Their Answer More...

Thank you

Response From Hare Krishna Team

To Atheists United Team

▪ Near-death experiences suggest that *Some Part of human consciousness* may continue after physical death.

▪ At this time, no one can demonstrate whether this is true. However, *there is a "mountain" of scientific evidence suggestive of consciousness surviving bodily death* include:

(a) verified out-of-body perception suggestive of mind-body dualism,

(b) NDE perception of people born blind,

(c) the vivid retaining of NDE memories which are not possible with brain anomalies,

(d) the dramatic after-effects resulting from NDEs which do not occur with brain anomalies,

(e) unbiased young children having the same experience as adults,

(f) scientific discoveries resulting from NDEs,

(g) verified visions of the future given to experiencers,

(h) their absolute conviction of their NDE being a real afterlife experience, plus the many supporting scientific fields of discovery such as

(i) consciousness research,

(j) deathbed visions,

(k) dream research,

(l) out-of-body research,

(m) after-death communications research,

(n) reincarnation research,

(o) hypnotic regression, and

(p) remote viewing etc.

Question From Atheists United Team

▪ Judges we Think that Near-Death experiences are More Religious.

▪ Person Have so much Attachment to Their Religious Feelings.

▪ So That s why They See Religious Figures Such as Jesus or Krishna or Allah etc in their Experience.

▪ For Example
See below

▪ I have Taken This Case From Above Book Written by Famous *Dr. Eben Alexander MD* Who is A NeuroSurgeon
▪ In his Book Dr. Eben Alexander Writes His Near Death Experience that

"He Saw Jesus, Heaven, Book of Life, Angels" Etc
Another Reference

▪ In the Above Websites People Explains  Their Near Death Experience As

" *They Saw Krishna in Vaikunta* "

▪ The Near Death Experience is just like How *Dr. Eben Alexander* Said he Saw Jesus Christ

▪ I can Still Give Muslim Cases of Near Death Experience Who Claims that they Saw *Allah* in their Apparent Near death Experience.

So Finally Our Question to Hare Krishna team is

How Can You Validate these Experiences Scientifically as well as Parapsychological?
*Hare Krishna Team Respond To this*
▪ So Our Conclusion From *Atheists Union Team*

▪ After Our Extensive Research is Near Death Experience is *Purely Religious Belief*

▪ Rather than Parapsychological Evidence

▪ Christians Only had Visions of Jesus in their Near death Experiences,

▪ Muslims had Only Allah Visions in their Near-Death Experience

▪ Hindus Had Krishna in Near Death Experience

▪ So Near Death Experience is purely Religion

▪ None of Muslims (non converted) had visions of jesus or krishna

▪ None of Hindus (non converted) had visions of allah or jesus

▪ None of atheists had Any of God Near death Experience

So Near-Death Experience Is purely Religious Belief

That's all

It is not parapsychological or Scientific

Response From Hare Krishna Team

▪ Atheist Union Team Asked Question From below Book Pdf

A Famous And World wide Sold Book Of *Proof Of heaven*
▪ In the Above Book Dr Eben Alexander Explains that he Had Brain Death and His Consciousness Gone to Heaven, Saw Jesus angels, Book of Life etc
Judges Point to Be noted

" *Near Death Experiences Happens Only in Impending Death* "

Eg Brain Death, Myocardial Infarction etc where Person is Declared as Just Clinical Death.
▪ So *Dr. Eben Alexander* case Was investigated by

▪ A great Neurologist *Dr. Oliver Sacks*

The Truth was

*Dr Eben Alexander* Had Chemical Induced Coma due to *Bacterial Meningitis*.

So *Atheist Union Team* Said that He had *Brain Death*

No Truth was He was in Chemical induced Deep coma and Never had Brain Death.
*We Validates Near Death Experience only if Patient have Apparent Brain Death*
and is cerebral cortex his Shut Down.
▪ So *Dr Eben Alexander* Never Had Brain Death he had malfunctioning Cerebral cortex

▪ Mal Functioning Cerebral Cortex is the Source of *Hallucination*

▪ *So His Case is not a Case of Near-Death Experience*

*It is just a Case of Fantastical Hallucination*

We Won't Validates Undocumented cases of Near Death Experience Given in Religious Website
But we have Other Most Authentic Parapsychological Evidences for Near-Death Death Experiences

▪ We Request Our Honourable Judges to Refer CHAPTER NO 11 PART 7 *Page Number* 398

We have Given 52 Most Authentic Para Psychologically Validated Near death Experiences.

▪ So we Don't Validate Dr. Eben Alexander or The Cases which we found in Krishna website etc

▪ We Validate only Our *52 Most authentic cases*
▪ Shree Cosmo Conscious Group:

*Our Response For Atheists United Questions*

*Near-Death Experience is Religious*??

▪ People who report near-death experiences are no better or worse – and no more or less religious – than in any other cross-section of the population.

▪ They come from many religious backgrounds and from the ranks of agnostics and even atheists. The experience seems more closely related to a person's life afterwards than to what it was before.

▪ So Near death Experience *Need not to be Religious all time* .

▪ Only Person Experience is shaped by his Religious Belief.

▪ Even Atheists, Skeptics Had near Death Experience.

Refer Chapter No 11 Part 7 page number 398 For the *Parapsychological Evidences*.

Atheist United Team

Debate will be Continued After Short Break

Question From Atheist United Team to Hare Krishna Team

▪ We Argue That Parapsychology is Pseudoscientific Scientific (More Unscientific)

▪ Their Concepts is Against Known Laws of Physics.

▪ They Always Talks about Soul or Spirit etc Reincarnation, Karma, Telepathy etc which are Not Scientific

▪We Don't study Karma, Reincarnation, Soul spirit etc in Any of Science Textbooks

Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, or Even in Engineering or Medical Science
Anatomy, Pathology etc or Not Even in Psychiatry.

▪ The Whole Parapsychology is Pseudoscientific and Very Religious

▪ All their Concepts of Past life Memories, Past life Regression Therapy, Reincarnation etc all Supports

Their Eastern Religion (Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism)

Hare Krishna Team Respond to This


Response From Hare Krishna Team

1. We Argue That Parapsychology is Pseudoscientific  (More Unscientific)

▪ Brother It is Your Understanding of Parapsychology is wrong.

▪ No Parapsychology is not Pseudoscience.

▪ Pseudoscience, This is what Skeptics, Atheists and Agonists Coined it so For Parapsychology.

▪ The Reason is Parapsychology Mainly Deals with Study of Phenomena Such as ESP, Vague Response, Near-Death Experience, Out Of Body Experience, Mind-matter interaction, Consciousness Studies, Reincarnation, Precognition, Retrocognition etc and These Phenomena Cannot be Completely Explained by Exact Scientific Mechanism and Exact Physical Laws of Science, So Parapsychologist uses Terminologies such as Consciousness, Xenoglossy, Split incarnation etc Which doesn't Exactly look like Scientific Terms.

▪ But Skeptics, Atheists, Agonists etc Don't know that Parapsychology is of what the media often imply, parapsychology is not the study of "anything paranormal" or bizarre. Nor is parapsychology concerned with astrology, UFOs, searching for Bigfoot, the Loch Ness monster, paganism, Satanism, vampires, alchemy, or witchcraft.

▪ Many scientists have viewed parapsychology with great suspicion because the term has come to be associated with a huge variety of mysterious phenomena, fringe topics, and pseudoscience. Parapsychology is also often linked, again inappropriately, with a broad range of "psychic" entertainers, magicians, and so-called "paranormal investigators" or "paranormalists." In addition, some self-proclaimed "psychic practitioners" call themselves parapsychologists, but that is not what we do.
We Study Mainly These Phenomenons

▪ Many feel that the strangest, and most interesting, aspect of parapsychological phenomena is that they do not appear to be limited by the known boundaries of space or time. In addition, they blur the sharp distinction usually made between mind and matter. In popular usage, the basic parapsychological phenomena are categorized as follows:

ESP: Extra-sensory perception; a general term for obtaining information about events beyond the reach of the normal senses. This term subsumes telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and presentiment.

Clairvoyance: Sometimes called remote viewing; obtaining information about events at remote locations, beyond the reach of the normal senses.

Precognition: Also called premonition. Obtaining information about future events, where the information could not be inferred through normal means. Many people report dreams that appear to be precognitive.

Presentiment: This is where physiological parameters may change prior to the application of a stimulus, suggestive of the fact that on an unconscious level the person knew what was coming before it occurred (and before it was even randomly chosen).

Telepathy: Direct mind-to-mind communication.

Mind-Matter Interaction: Previously known as psychokinesis or PK; direct mental interaction with physical objects, animate or inanimate.

Anpsi: Psi in animals.

NDE: Near death experience; an experience ▪ reported by those who were revived from nearly dying. Often refers to a core experience that includes feelings of peace, OBE, seeing lights and other phenomena.

OBE: Out-of-body experience; the experience of feeling separated from the body, often accompanied by visual perceptions as though from above the body.

Reincarnation: The belief that we live successive lives, with primarily evidence coming from the apparent recollections of previous lives by very normal children.

Haunting: Recurrent phenomena reported to occur in particular locations that include apparitions, sounds, movement of objects, and other effects.

Place Memory: the apparent ability of a building or location to hold recorded impressions of people and events that transpired in the past.

Poltergeist: Large-scale PK phenomena often attributed to spirits, but which are now thought to be due to a living person or group of people. Although reported in all age groups, the agent is most frequently an adolescent.

Psi: A neutral term for parapsychological phenomena, inclusive of both ESP and mind-matter interaction. Psi, psychic, and psychical are synonyms.
Parapsychology is interesting mainly because of the implications. To list a few examples, psi phenomena suggest

(a) that what science knows about the nature of universe is incomplete;

(b) that the presumed capabilities and limitations of human potential have been underestimated;

(c) that fundamental assumptions and philosophical beliefs about the separation of mind and body may be incorrect; and

(d) that religious assumptions about the divine nature of "miracles" may have been mistaken.

2. Parapsychology is Against Laws of Physics*

Ans :- Oh is it so Then Tell me It is Against which Law??

*Law of Gravitation*, *Boyle's Law* or *Law of Thermodynamics* or which law Tell me.

Do you Know *Law of Neutralisation of Cause and Effect (Karma)* is Just Like Newton's Third law

Newton's Third law Not only Applicable in physics, But Also Applicable in Our Life.

*For Every Action there is Equal and Opposite Reaction*

▪ Action includes all your physical and Mental Actions

▪ As shall you sow, that shall you reap". -

▪ Whatever you do to Universe is what comes back to you in the same form.

▪ Good or virtuous actions, actions in harmony with dharma, will have good reactions or responses and bad actions, actions against dharma, will have the opposite effect.

▪ So It is Not Against Science or Any Laws of Science Rather than It support Science indirectly

▪ Judges we Request you to Please Refer

In our Book Additional Reading Part 1

or just visit below link

and Decide Whether Karma is Against Science or Not??
3. Parapsychology Talks about souls, Spirits, Reincarnation etc which are Pseudo Scientific and Religious*

▪ Brother in Parapsychology we Don't Actually use Above words like soul, Spirits, Karma, Reincarnation etc.

▪ We Used Those Words Only In Order to Explain you in Common Language.

▪ So We Use Standard Terminologies like

Consciousness, Subconscious, Trance, Hypnotherapy, Xenoglossy, Walk in Phenomenon, Law of Cause and Effect, Metempsychosis etc

So we Request to Have Complete Knowledge...

4. The Whole Concept of Parapsychology is Very Religious it supports Eastern Religions.

▪ The Problem with People is when we Talk About Metempsychosis or Reincarnation First thing Come sin Mind is we are Promoting Eastern Religion.

▪ *Do you think We Parapsychologists Don't have Any Work Other Than Promoting Religion?*

▪ See If a Religion philosophy Contains Science, That Doesn't mean it Belongs to Religion, It always Belongs to Science.

▪ Every Science was a philosophy or Fiction or Fact Before

▪ *Say for Example use of Nuclear weapons in Mahabharatha, Civil Engineering Bridge by Rama, Noah Ark boat by Noah, Plastic Surgery by Sushruta, 500 Modern Drugs in Charaka Samhita, Time dilation in Bhagavatam, Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motions in Rigveda, Distance Between Sun and moon in Hanuman Chalisa, Value if pi in Vedas, Theory of Relativity, Law of Thermodynamics, Prati-Prasav as Past life Regression Therapy in Patanjali Yoga sutra, Bigbang theory as Bindhu Sphota, Theory of Evolution as Vishnu Dashavatara, Sigmund Freud Psychology as Bhagvad Gita* Still i can give 100 of Like this...

▪ All those Advanced Scientific Concepts once was a Philosophy Later it became Science, So That's why If Religion Has Science It Doesn't mean it belongs to Religion, *But it Belongs to Science*

▪ The Same is Happening for Even Parapsychology.

Dr. Ian Stevenson, Dr. Brian weiss, Dr. Jim B Tucker, Dr. Antonia Mills etc

All Are Western Doctors, *Why do they promote Eastern Religion*???

Question From Atheist United Team

▪ Ok We Agree About Dr. Ian Stevenson or Antonia Millis etc

*What About Western Philosophers And Western Historians  we Don't Think so They Believed in Reincarnation?*

Response From Hare Krishna Team

▪ Even They too, Believed

▪ Metempsychosis Has Widespread Acceptance Throughout the Known Human History

▪ In much of the civilized world, the idea of reincarnation, or Metempsychosis or transmission of Soul is the prevailing point of view. More than a third of the world‘s people accept reincarnation as a fact of life.

▪ And even in the West, the doctrine of Reincarnation has a long list of distinguished adherents.

▪ Pythagoras (Greek philosopher and mathematician, c.582-c.500 BC)
▪ Socrates (Greek philosopher, 469-399 BC)
▪ Plato (Greek philosopher, 427-347 BC)
▪ Plotinus (Greek philosopher, founder of Neoplatonism, 204-270)
▪ Giordano Bruno (Italian philosopher, 1548-1600) ▪ Francois Voltaire (French philosopher, 1694-1778)
▪ Benjamin Franklin (US statesman, philosopher and inventor, 1706-1790)
▪ Gotthold Lessing (German philosopher and dramatist, 1729-1781)
▪ John Adams (Second president of the United States, 1735-1826)
▪ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (German poet and dramatist, 1749-1832)
▪ August Wilhelm von Schlegel (German poet, critic and translator, 1767-1845)
▪ William Wordsworth (English poet, 1770-1850)
▪ Ralph Waldo Emerson (US philosopher and writer, 1803-1882)
▪ Robert Browning (English poet, 1812-1889)
▪ Richard Wagner (German composer, 1813-1883)
▪ Henry David Thoreau (US social critic, writer and philosopher, 1817-1862)
▪ Walt Whitman (US poet, 1819-1892)
▪ Thomas Huxley (English biologist and writer, 1825-1895)
▪ Leo Tolstoy (Russian novelist and social critic, 1828-1910)
▪ Mark Twain (US writer, 1835-1910)
▪ Gustav Mahler (German composer, 1860-1911)
▪ Rudolf Steiner (Austrian philosopher, 1861-1925)
▪ David Lloyd George (British Prime Minister, 1863-1945)
▪ Henry Ford (US automobile pioneer, 1863-1947) ▪ Rudyard Kipling (English writer, 1865-1936) W.
▪ Somerset Maugham (English writer, 1874-1965)
▪ Carl Jung (Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist, 1875-1961)
▪ Sir Hugh Dowding (British Air Marshal during the Battle, 1882-1970)
▪ George S. Patton (US general, 1885-1945)
▪ Robert Graves (English poet, 1895-1985)
▪ Erik Erikson (US psychoanalyst, 1902-1994).

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CHAPTER NO:- 11 》MECHANISM OF REINCARNATION PART:-4 》The Gautama Buddha, Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant, Huxley, Whitehead, Popper, Searle approach to solve the Mystery of Consciousness (Body-Mind Problem and Hard problem of Consciousness).


Question From Atheist United Team

*Hmm What About Scientists??Bro Even They Also Ah??*

Response From hare krishna Team

Yes Even Scientists

▪ Yes. Thomas Huxley, who was responsible for having science introduced into the 19th century British school system and who was the first scientist to believed that reincarnation was a very plausible idea.

▪ In his famous book "Evolution and Ethics and other Essays", he says: "In the doctrine of transmigration, whatever its origin, Brahmanical and Buddhist speculation found, ready to hand, the means of constructing a plausible vindication of the ways of the Cosmos to man....yet this plea of justification is not less plausible than others; and none but very hasty thinkers will reject it on the ground of inherent absurdity. Like the doctrine of evolution itself, that of transmigration has its roots in the world of reality; and it may claim such support as the great argument from analogy is capable of supplying".

▪ Then, Professor Gust Stromberg, the famous Swedish astronomer, physicist and friend of Albert Einstein also found the idea of rebirth appealing.

▪ Opinions differ whether human souls can be reincarnated on the earth or not.

▪ In 1936 a very interesting case was thoroughly investigated and reported by the government authorities in India. A girl (Shanti Devi from Delhi) could accurately describe her previous life (at Mathura, five hundred miles from Delhi) which ended about a year before her 'second birth'.

▪ She gave the name of her husband and child and described her home and life history. The investigating commission brought her to her former relatives, who verified all her statements.

▪ Among the people of India reincarnations are regarded as commonplace; the astonishing thing for them in this case was the great number of facts the girl remembered. This and similar cases can be regarded as additional evidence for the theory of the indestructibility of memory.

▪ Professor Julian Huxley, the distinguished British scientist who was Director General of UNESCO believed that rebirth was quite in harmony with scientific thinking

▪ "There is nothing against a permanently surviving spirit-individuality being in some way given off at death, as a definite wireless message is given off by a sending apparatus working in a particular ways.

▪ But it must be remembered that the wireless message only becomes a message again when it comes in contact with a new, material structure - the receiver. So with our possible spirit emanation. It would never think or feel unless again "embodied" in some way.

▪ Our personalities are so based on body that it is really impossible to think of survival which would be in any true sense personal without a body of sorts.

▪ I can think of something being given off which could bear the same relation to men and women as a wireless message to the transmitting apparatus for mind".

▪ Even very practical and down-to-earth people like the American industrialist Henry Ford found the idea of rebirth acceptable. Ford was attracted to the idea of rebirth because, unlike the theistic idea or the materialistic idea,rebirth gives you a second chance to develop yourself.

▪ Henry Ford says. "I adopted the theory of Reincarnation when I was twenty six. Religion offered nothing to the point. Even work could not give me complete satisfaction. Work is futile if we cannot utilise the experience we collect in one life in the next. When I discovered Reincarnation it was as if I had found a universal plan I realised that there was a chance to work out my ideas. Time was no longer limited.

▪ I was no longer a slave to the hands of the clock. Genius is experience. Some seem to think that it is a gift or talent, but it is the fruit of long experience in many lives. Some are older souls than others, and so they know more. The discovery of Reincarnation put my mind at ease. If you preserve a record of this conversation, write it so that it puts men‘s minds at ease. I would like to communicate to others the calmness that the long view of life gives to us".

▪ So the Buddhist teachings of rebirth does have some scientific evidence to support it. It is logically consistent and it goes a long way in answering questions what the theistic and the materialistic theories fail to. It is also very comforting.

▪ What can be worse than a theory of life that gives you no second chance, no opportunity to amend the mistakes you have made in this life and no time to further develop the skills and abilities you have nurtured in this life. But according to the Buddha, if you fail to attain Nirvana in this life, you will have the opportunity to try again next time.

▪ If you have made mistakes in this life, you will be able to correct yourself in the next life. You will truly be able to learn from your mistakes. Things you were unable to do or achieve in this life may well become possible in the next life. What a wonderful teaching!

▪ Reincarnation has already past the thesis of religion and philosophy and is now being researched by scientists.

▪ Countless scientists are dedicating their research in a wide range of investigations. Past life therapy, marks from past lives and even resources used by criminal experts like datascope which prove the same digital fingerprints of people reincarnated with personality and memory of who they were in past a past life.

▪ In research made by the joint staff of Doctor Psychologist Dr. Ian Stevenson when he was the director at the University of Virginia, USA of the Psychiatric and Neurology Department, Dr. Stevenson researched and cataloged more than 3000 cases, 20 of which were published in a book of 520 pages, entitled 20 Suggestive Cases of Reincarnation.

▪ In this research, one of the cases is about William George, an old fisherman from Alaska. The following is his history: George told his son and his daughter-in-law that if reincarnation were true, he would return as their son, meaning as his own grandson.

▪ George gave them his gold watch by asked them to keep it for him. He told them that he would be recognized by the birthmark that he would have in his new body and he showed them two signs on his body: one on the shoulder and the other one on the forearm.

▪ George affirmed that they would be the same marks. Some months later he disappeared on the sea, during a storm.

▪ Sometime later the daughter-in-law, Susan, became pregnant and had their ninth son who had the two signs the same and in the same place as the grandfather.

▪ This curious trait was forgotten until the boy reached four years of age. The boy came across the old gold watch that the grandfather had left and the mother had saved in her jewelry box. Immediately the boy grabbed it and said, ―look my watch! and wouldn‘t let go of it. After tears and a scandal, the parents were able to take it from him even though he continued to affirm that it was his.

▪ Dr. Stevenson registered all of the evidences of reincarnation and observed that from an early age, the boy had remarkable resemblance of the grandfather. His likes and dislikes, inclinations and little mannerisms as well as aptitudes were present in the boy.

▪ He demonstrated an inherent knowledge in everything that referred to fishing. He was able to inform which were the bays that had the most fish. Even the way he walked was similar, with his right leg leaning out, exactly the way old George did as he had hurt thigh when he was young.

▪ If that weren‘t enough, the first time that he saw his grandfather‘s sister he yelled out in excitement, look there‘s my sister!!!‖ When speaking of his father and uncles he referred to them as his son‘s and worried when two of them engaged in drinking.

▪ Others researchers, professor Dr. Hemendra Nath Banerjee (University of Jaipur, India) with a number of cases and the Dr. Hernani Guimarães Andrade (Brazil) also had excellent results in his investigation related to reincarnation memories and birthmarks.

▪ These spontaneous memories generally occur in children when they are about to speak. They make references in a very natural way to facts and situations of the last reincarnation as if the current life were a continuation of the past life. Some show themselves in conformed with the current situation like the case of a boy born in one of the poorest levels of India and he said that he was of noble family.

▪ The researchers following the indications given by the boy arrived to that family that was located thousands of kilometers away. Verifying everything said by the kid, including names of relatives and people he knew as well as the time and the way in which he died.

▪ The memories are tied with the birthmarks that reflect the way in which he died or traumas that occurred during in the previous life. The marks and memories occur when the rebirth occurs shortly after the death of the previous existence.

▪ In 1997 Dr. Stevenson published a book in two volumes, with 2.500 pages, Biology and Reincarnation, with many documented cases of spontaneous memories related to birthmarks.

▪ Also, the French physician Dr. Patrick Droop has been finding answers for the reincarnation in the light of the modern physics.

▪ At the same time, in other investigations, we are going to find professionals in health, for example the Drs. Morris Netherton, Bryan Weiss, Edith Fiore, Denys Kelsey and some others that are accumulating reincarnate experiences through the past life regression in theirs medical offices.

Questions From Atheists United

Which is Best case For you Guys Which Made your Mind to Believe in Reincarnation? ??

Response From Hare Krishna Team

For Me *My Own Past life Memory* Made me to Believe Reincarnation is True...

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CHAPTER NO:-7 》PART:-13 》Investigation and Publication of Reincarnation Case Studies by Dr.Nagashree Chaitanya, Dr. Nikhil Ram and Other Members of The Cosmos Conscious Team (
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These Case Studies Made us to believe in it

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