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Posted by Ezekiel Barnabas on September 13, 2001 06:49:58 UTC

As I did on my The Simplicity of Reincarnation Thought Possible, I mentioned the two common procedures of reincarnation. The possibility remains on cloning (ie: all the descendents derived asexually from a single individual, as by cuttings, bulbs, etc. or by fission, parthenogenesis, etc. an individual produced by cloning) and metempsychosis (ie: in some religious beliefs, the passing of the soul at death into another body, either human or animal; transmigration) in which the second must adhere scientific evidence and procedures. This encouragement brings to the knowledge of theosophy (ie: often incorporating elements of Buddhism and Hinduism) in a biblical and Quranic reference and interpretations.
Concerning the old reincarnated pirate you were quoting about, whether he remembers where he buried his treasures. I assume everyone has their own DNA & genetic pattern. This individual pattern might bring memories of their passlife (though they must be a full adult to exactly remember everything), unless the subject is cloned through a different pattern, memory relapse might continuously occur but will probably not solve the subjects mysterious thought occurance. To be reincarnated and to still acquire the passlife memories requires all the little bit (of information) of DNA of the old body. So, this might prove the possibility of reincarnation. Though a scientifical process of metempsychosis do require.

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