three years ago, I had a memory of a past life, but
I only remember my death. Up until that point, I believed
there's no such thing as reincarnation. But due to my
experiences and studying other's research on the subject,
I've become a convinced skeptic.
I was a warrior in Genghis Khan's army, and we were
in battle on the Steppes of China. As I was fighting,
three or four men on the ground overpowered me and pulled
me off my horse. As I lay on my side, I raised my right
arm and one of them stabbed me in the arm pit with a
spear. I remember nothing more.
As I've pondered it since, there are a few things of
interest to me: I was riding a short horse. At first,
I thought it may have been due to my having a lowly
position. After reading about it, I learned that all
the horses were short.
I have a birthmark under my right arm. Dr. Ian Stevenson,
head of the Department of Psychiatric Medicine at the
University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville,
Virginia, is one of the foremost researchers and authors
on the subject of reincarnation and past lives. In 1993,
he wrote a paper entitled "Birthmarks and Birth
Defects Corresponding to Wounds on Deceased Persons"
as possible physical evidence for past lives. It leaves
Mike L Hardy
Posted Feb. 22, 2009