Hi readers. When you think about it the surprise is the Internet isn’t full of what? Stories? Reports? Incidents? Descriptions of this phenomenon and people for whom the experience is as real as their lives.
But you won’t come across it often. There’s the 300 cases in India a European physician researched and wrote a book about a decade-or-so ago, and a lot of conjectures and suppositions. And the million-or-so people who go around telling anyone who will listen which famous person in history they used to be.
That’s why this case comes across so strongly, I reckons. That, and the fact the kid is from the US, whereas most research into the phenomenon has been elsewhere.
But this one was a US fighter pilot over Japan reincarnated as a kid in the United States. Maybe nothing can be concluded from it beyond something I’ve never doubted anyway, that reincarnation happens. But it’s possible if a person knew which parts of this not to draw any conclusions from a lot might be learned from it.
On the other hand, the human way is to draw all manner of conclusions from every shred of it, construct a doctrine and sand-cathedral from it, and figure out away to make money as a cash cow.
Glad to see the kid didn’t get any wisdom out of the ordeal. Ought to be interesting to watch him along about time when he could volunteer for the US military.