Forbidden Knowledge TV
July 10, 2011
Canadian Neuroscientist Dr. Michael Persinger developed a laboratory experiment which delivered electromagnetic fields to the brains of test subjects. This was to mimic the many kinds so-called “intrusive” or “non-self,” out-of-body, past-life and “alien abduction”-type of experiences that are reported all over the world.
His aim was to refute the claims of past life researchers and an untold number of individuals with strong memories or dreams that are not related their physical experiences in their current lives. Dr. Persingers believes that those with increased electromagnetic activity in their brains are more likely to report out-of-body, past-life experiences, etc.
Still, there is no shortage of people from many different cultural backgrounds whose stories appear to have astonishing confirming details, as in the accounts filmed here.
Belief in reincarnation is not part of the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam but it is a cornerstone of the Eastern faiths of Hinduism and Buddhism.
In the mostly Buddhist country of Sri Lanka, the memories of a small girl are seen by the adult members of one family to be evidence of the reincarnation of their mother who was tragically killed in a street accident at the age of 35. Another young boy’s memories of his previous death in the Sri Lankan military find corroboration among the parents of his previous self.
Another Canadian doctor, Leonard Angel, seeks to disprove the “wow factor” of the kinds of information that is being corroborated in these cases.
This is an interesting documentary, no matter what your beliefs.