16 September, 2011

The Reincarnation Of A World War I 1914 Soldier

WW1 sailor 1914Here's a regression story from Terry Thomas, though he describes it as therapy. He feels that his experience proves reincarnation. See what you think.

Under regression / therapy Terry saw a picture.

"It was of a woman of about forty-five years old, dressed in early century style, sitting at, but not playing, a grand piano, which was in remarkably old wood. Standing in front of a heavily draped window was a man of a similar age. Neither of them was talking, but seemed to be in deep thought and very sad.

My gaze kept looking at a large painting, which I could not make out, only an eye of someone in the painting.

I then felt very emotional, very sorry about something, but knew not what. I could not help crying bitterly and saying continually, 'I am sorry, what more can I say, what more can I do, I am sorry.'"


Terry was then returned to the present time feeling very self conscious because he had been crying so much. He was left with the feeling that his previous name - as the distressed man - was John.

At a later date Terry went to see a medium.

He told me that a person called John was with him and he was a gunner aboard a ship during the 1914-18 war. He said he wanted me to know his death was an accident. The medium said he could actually see the accident happening. The gun blew back right into John's stomach, blowing a hole in it.

Terry talked this over with his mother and family and he finally came to the conclusions that:

(a) "The John told me by the medium was my own self of my last life. Which proves to me the medium concerned was in fact reading, unwittingly my subconscious, which nevertheless was a credit to him."

(b) "The investigations, with my mother and family led me to believe I was a relative of my grandfather's brother in my previous life."

The sadness Terry felt in his regression was because the two people in the 'picture' were his parents in that former life. He had gone to war without their permission and they were sad because he had been killed.

"You see there was no need for me to go to war as I was far too young, but did so against their (his parent's) wishes and on the understanding I would not be going into active service.

This was why Terry was saying 'sorry' in the regression.

Reincarnation is always a controversial subject and regressions usually fail to convince the skeptics. The pictures or experiences seen by those being regressed are often considered to simply be stories from the unconscious mind.

Personally reincarnation, linked with karma, is one of the answers to all of the unfairness in the world. Even the Christian Bible talks of an 'eye for an eye' and did, originally, seem to be on the side of reincarnation.

Further Reading
The Law Of Re-Embodiment Or Reincarnation
Henry Ford And Reincarnation
The Reincarnation Of The Cathars Priest Roger de Grisolles

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8 comments:

  1. youve nearly got me convinced about reincarnation after reading yr posts. a few doubts still. interesting post

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  2. Fascinating post. Reincarnation: how can there be any other explanation? The best "evidence" is your own experiences, feelings, hunches.
    I like the way the medium confirmed it.

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  3. I have no facts but I remember being told it was Queen Isabella of Spain who ordered a rewrite of the bible to remove all references to reincarnation. Fortunately it seems the editors missed a few, or didn't recognize them.

    This rewritten bible is the one used to be spread around the world since the 1500's.

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  4. I'm pretty convinced of reincarnation myself, since I've had detailed memories of a life in the Great War myself.

    The regret that can come from uncovering a life in that war is at times very difficult to deal with! I'm still struggling with coming to terms with it and making some meaning out of all the pain.

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  5. I've had memories of the Great War since I was a child... it seems I survived the war though I had "shell shock"/PTSD. I've been obsessed with the War and German History of the Weimar Period since I could communicate w/my dad & grandparents. I also have memories of the turmoil of post war German life & died in the 20s or 30s, I think by my suicide.
    I've not told ppl outside my family of this, my grandmother & grandfather knew who I was before... but I know most Americans don't believe in reincarnation, so I keep this to mmyself.
    (Problems with autocorrect on phone; sorry)

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  6. I remember uniforms and I have spoken fluent German from my first lesson on. And I tree up as a teen seeing pics from the west front. My friend claims I have a bad eye because I died from a shot to my head. Well now I'm female and have three kids, very happy :)

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  7. I have always had a feeling I was once a trapper in the old west, and that my wife and I have been together through many life times, I have a memory of buying her from an indian camp for a few animal pelts, I also have other memories from other times when I have had to save her life maybe its the strongest memories that last.

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