Return of the Revolutionaries: The Case for Reincarnation and Soul Groups Reunited
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Two hundred and twenty-five years ago a political revolution took place in this country which swept power from the English monarchy and gave it to the people of the New World. Today, a spiritual revolution is underway in which spiritual power and responsibility are passing from institution to individuals. You'll be shocked to learn that the same people are at the heart of both world-changing movements.
John Adams, Thomas Paine, Samuel Adams, the justices of the first Supreme Court and numerous other American Revolutionaries have been reincarnated as the political and spiritual leaders of today, including George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Marianne Williamson, Shirley MacLaine, and others.
Semkiw presents ample evidence that physical appearance, character traits, modes of thinking and expression, as well as family and karmic groups, often stay the same from lifetime to lifetime. He's also included photographs demonstrating the startling physical similarities the individuals of the American Revolution share with today's revolutionaries. As further support of the basic premise and reality of reincarnation, Semkiw has included Dr. Ian Stevenson's groundbreaking findings of children who report past lives, as well as other case studies of individuals who have researched and written on their own past lives.
- Discusses new research into using DNA to prove reincarnation
- Find out how physical appearance, character traits, synchronistic events, karmic groups, and spiritual guidance can be used to detect one's past lives
- Includes numerous black & white photographs, dramatically illustrating the similar physical appearance of revolutionaries, past and present
- Hampton Roads Publishing, April 2003
Hampton Roads Publishing
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