The Evidence for Reincarnation: The Extraordinary Story of the Kam People Who Recall Past Lives

Author(s) : Changzhen Li

The Evidence for Reincarnation: The Extraordinary Story of the Kam People Who Recall Past Lives

Book Details

  • Publisher : Aeon Books
  • Published : June 2020
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 472
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  • Catalogue No : 94612
  • ISBN 13 : 9781912807918
  • ISBN 10 : 1912807912
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This book documents the author’s investigative journey deep into the homeland of the Kam people (officially the Kam ethnic group of China), located in the area between the provinces of Hunan and Guangxi in China. The book offers a comprehensive account of Mr. Li’s work with 100 “Reincarnators” from the area of Pingyang, as well as dozens of its surrounding rural villages. All case studies are carefully documented to preserve the authenticity of their narratives

While there had been many accounts of reincarnation in the world in which the subjects were able to recall memories from a past life, the cases detailed in this book are unique in that their subjects share a rare ability to recall memories from the intermediary stage between death and rebirth. This unusual trait reveals groundbreaking and thought-provoking details about the activities of spirits beyond the land of the living, and offers an invaluable addition to the field of reincarnation research.

The book uncovers a myriad of unprecedented details concerning the activities of the spirits, including rare cases in which two-spirited individuals reincarnate into two separate beings, an in-depth description of how birthmarks are formed under the influence of a reincarnating spirit, the biophysical characteristics of spirits and their abilities, details on how spirits enter and exit from an incarnation, the flight speed of certain spirits, solid evidence supporting the hypothesis of memories being stored within the soul rather than the brain.

About the Author(s)

Changzen Li was born in the province of Shandong in 1975. Ever since he was little he was immersed in the fantastic tales told by his father and grandfather. A graduate of Qingdao University he has been a researcher in the fields of ancient literature, biology and pneumatology for many years.

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