Rebrith, sometimes called reincarnation or transmigration, is the belief that after death, we take on another physical body. Eastern religions have adopted this philosophy as opposed to the skepticism found in Western religions.
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The Mystery of Rebirth
Some Eastern religions believe that we do not necessarily take a human form but can exist in one of six realms which include animals, heaven – gods and demi-gods, ghost, hell, and of course human.
Much fiction has been written about hypnotic past lives regression where a psychiatrist puts a patient under and discovers multiple past lives of that person. Plentiful research has been done to try and prove or disprove reincarnation.
Check out this article: People with Really Believable Evidence for Their Claim They're Reincarnated. It contains some pretty convincing evidence!
One of our favorites was the Reincarnated Boy who Solved his Own Murder.
All the stories are unique, but we observed some patterns.
- All recounted their life while they were young. Many of the stories recount these children confessed their past lives at the age of 4.
- All were immediately reincarnated. There were not many days or months apart from their death to their reincarnation.
- Many died in horrible ways such as burned, murdered, and unusual accident. As if they weren’t done with their previous life they seemed to pass directly into their next life immediately.
So, why are we fascinated about transmigration or rebirth?
Because Penn Scripter, a pseudonym I write under with my daughter, has authored a novelette entitled The Reincarnation of Charlie. It is an unexpected paranormal romance about overcoming death to save a loved one. It’s filled with the animals we love, including dogs, horses, and competitive dressage, our sport.
Watch for it in Spring 2022!
Til Next Time,