...Past Life, Identifies Murderer and Location of Body
A 3-year-old boy in the Golan Heights region near the border of Syria and Israel said he was murdered with an axe in his previous life. He showed village elders where the murderer buried his body, and sure enough they found a man’s skeleton there. He also showed the elders where the murder weapon was found, and upon digging, they did indeed find an axe there.
I had some weird incidences with children in the age of 2 or 3. They led me to the conclusion that children of this young age can remember their past lifes to some extend and also that they are able to mind reading.
But my experiences with this matter were not so sensational.
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Andrew108 wrote:That story was reported by the Epoch Times which is affiliated with Falun Gong. The original case has not been proven. What we have is hearsay. Mostly it is adults who are leading the narrative.
And the Christian Science Monitor was founded by a Christian and Christian group, but still produces quality news articles.
Science doesn't prove anything, it just provides some evidence for some temporary explanations until we get more information.
Anything could be called hearsay, even hard evidence, as extreme skeptics show us.
plwk wrote:A 3-year-old boy in the Golan Heights region near the border of Syria and Israel said he was murdered with an axe in his previous life. He showed village elders where the murderer buried his body, and sure enough they found a man’s skeleton there. He also showed the elders where the murder weapon was found, and upon digging, they did indeed find an axe there.
Interesting story. I wonder how did he knew about the burial place, and ever more surprising, where did the murdered hide the weapon. Those are events that occurred after his death, so if he actually saw them, he can share more then his death, a lot more...
And the point is? All who has posted before you here thus far have not mentioned anything about attributing the reported 3 year old in the case with any image used in the original article by The Epoch Times or what I myself posted the picture (as a décor for this thread) here...The photo in the Epoch Times of a boy pointing, is just a stock image. It isn't the boy mentioned in the article.
So the question is, is someone a 'pseudo scientist' purely on the basis of the subject that they have chosen to study? If so, why?
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