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by Ian Stevenson

  • ISBN: 0813908728
  • Author: Ian Stevenson
  • ePub ver: 1146 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 396
  • Publisher: University of Virginia Press; Rev and Enl edition (October 29, 1980)
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  • Category: Spirituality
  • Subcategory: Occult & Paranormal
epub Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation: Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged download

The book focuses on twenty cases investigated by the author.

of as yet unpublished cases which have added to my store of knowledge on cases of the type here Twenty. Systems Thinking, : Managing Chaos and Complexity: A Platform for Designing Business Architecture. Inside the Investments of Warren Buffett: Twenty Cases.

Ian Wilson argued that a large number of Stevenson's cases consisted of poor children remembering wealthy lives or belonging to a. .University of Virginia Press.

Ian Wilson argued that a large number of Stevenson's cases consisted of poor children remembering wealthy lives or belonging to a higher caste The philosopher . Chari of Madras Christian College in Chennai, a specialist in parapsychology, argued that Stevenson was naive and that the case studies were undermined by his lack of local knowledge.

It is a book worth reading. For those of us who doubt reincarnation, it gives us a scientific and nonjudgmental presentation.

It is crammed with a lot of information with different people, but did not include any picture at all, which is regretful. It is a book worth reading. After reading this book I became convinced that reincarnation does exist.

55 MB·26 Downloads·New! of as yet unpublished cases which have added to my store of knowledge on cases of the type here Twenty.

His method was as follows. On the other hand, almost nothing in science is based upon absolute proof. For instance, there is no proof that cigarette smoking causes lung cancer.

I read this book several years ago- long after I had kept hearing from my parents about one of the cases cited therein

I read this book several years ago- long after I had kept hearing from my parents about one of the cases cited therein. A young girl from Chhattarpur (MP) India whom they had known, and who recalled her past three lives.

As for myself, I have not completely bought the idea of reincarnation, but the book itself helped me to be much more open to the concept, which is a good enough reason for me to read a book.

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Can anyone speak a language he or she has not learned normally, in childhood or later? Claims to have accomplished this are made from time to time, but only rarely do they receive support when carefully examined. In this volume, Dr. Stevenson presents detailed reports of two cases that seem authentic.

Authentic instances of speaking a language that has not been learned normally (responsive xenoglossy) suggest that another personality (perhaps one of a previous life) had learned the langauge. Cases of responsive xenoglossy thus add to the evidence concerning the survival of human personality after death.

Comments (7)

Adaly
The author examines cases of young children who speak spontaneously of past lives. He approaches the cases, in as much as it is possible to do so, with strict objectivity. He provides for each case a matrix summarizing the child's statements and the evidence as to whether the statements are true or not. He also examines various hypotheses as to how the child could have come into possession of specific knowledge, some of which is genuinely amazing. Without ever endorsing the concept of reincarnation, the author makes it clear that many of the established facts can not be explained through any other model. Very interesting book and well worth reading.
Doulkree
Dr. Ian Stevenson's research papers, as always, are very meticulous and scientific. Because of this reason, the reading tends to be a little dry, since I already believe in reincarnation, and not searching for the truth and trying to convince myself of the possibility.

It is crammed with a lot of information with different people, but did not include any picture at all, which is regretful. However, he did include a lot of footnotes, and if you are interested in further reading of different topics, they help as a good bibliography.

If you are interested in reincarnation at all, this book serves as a standard measure for all other books on this subject. I highly recommend this book!
Jorius
The author presents his findings in a scientific and logical manner. He seems to remain neutral in his opinions and presents a great deal for us to think about. It is a book worth reading. For those of us who doubt reincarnation, it gives us a scientific and nonjudgmental presentation. After reading this book I became convinced that reincarnation does exist.
Sti
Some of the cases are difficult to follow as the names of individuals and the towns they live in are similar and different from my scope. I am fascinated by the stories and the methodical approach Stevenson used in investigating the cases.
Nalme
Great analytical style used in the writing of this book. The author carefully documents all the facts, and is quite careful not to embellish or dramatize the cases he investigated. Moreover, the author is actually quite conservative in his analyses. This is a great book for someone who is very objectively seeking truth, and is not interested in opinion or fabrications, but hardcore facts.
Qulcelat
If you have reservations about the validity of reincarnation, you really must read this book. After you've done so you'll understand why. Enjoy!
Dagdalas
Got this one for a friend. Great academic intro to the subject.
I was very excited when I got my book that is to give proof of reincarnation. The only problem after reading the first few pages of this book is that it is put in very technical terms, very clinical, with almost no story lines in each of the cases. It was worth reading to investigate the possibility of reincarnation and some of the most valid cases, but I have read books with more of a conversational style that tends to keep you interested and on the edge of wanting to know more. This book lacks that unfortunately.

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