These rebirth stories will make you question your beliefs

No matter what your beliefs are, there are some inexplicable things that would give you the chills and would make you question everything. Rebirth is a belief that certain souls have second chance (especially if they died early or left this world in a bad way). People who claim that were reincarnated have vivid memories of their past lives, know their former names, the places where they used to live and of course the way they died. Scholars who are devoted to this topic tend to work with children only, believing that kids aren’t exposed to the world enough so they can lie or have already formed memories based on movies, books or history. What do you think? Is this possible?

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1 Kid claims he’s a reincarnation of a World War Two Pilot

The man was a 21-year-old Navy fighter pilot on a mission over the Pacific. He was shot down by Japanese artillery and although his name is long forgotten it seems that the child James Leininger is his reincarnation. His parents were disturbed when their son began screaming things like “Plane on fire! Little man can’t get out!”. He often had nightmares and was quite weird how he was able to form complex sentences (these nightmares started when he was about 2 years old). James’ parents say he revealed details about the life of former fighter pilot James Huston. The child told them details about the plane crash and the way he died. After some research, the father discovered that both the things their child was telling were true.

Kid claims he’s a reincarnation of a World War Two Pilot

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2 Woman from Sweden says she’s reincarnation of Anne Frank

Bizarre you’d say? Keep reading. Swedish poet and author Barbro Karlen claimed she had recurring nightmares about the Holocaust. With years she realized that she was the reincarnation of Anne Frank, so she publicly announced it during a Dutch television interview in 1995. The viewers were amazed and shocked. She later published a book, And the Wolves Howled, which caused angry protests, from a small section of the Jewish population.

Woman from Sweden says she’s reincarnation of Anne Frank

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3 Parmod Sharma case

The child was born in India in 1944. When he reached the age of two, he told his mother that his wife in Moradabad could cook for him, so she did not have to. Morabad was 145 kilometers away from his birthplace, Bisauli. Between the ages of three and four, Parmod described a business venture called “Mohan Brothers,” where he had worked with family members. The child claimed that in the past he had been a well-off tradesman and complained about the financially situation of his current family. He advised his parents against eating curd, and would not touch it himself. He said that he had become very ill after eating it in his old life. Parmod hated being submerged in a bath and told his parents that he had died in a bath tub. The parents promised to take their son to Moradabad once the child grow old enough to go to school. It turned out that there really was a family by the name of Mehra that had run a soda and cookie shop called “Mohan Brothers.” Their manager Parmanand Mehra had died in 1943 after gorging on curd and suffering from a gastrointestinal illness and peritonitis. He was trying medicinal baths as a cure and had a bath shortly before his death.

Parmod Sharma case

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4 Steve Jobs is reincarnated

Tony Tseung is a software engineer who works in Apple. After Jovs death he sent an email to a Buddhist group in Thailand, asking if they could tell him what had happened to Apple founder Steve Jobs after he died. The answer was that Jobs is now a celestial philosopher, in a glass palace that hovers over the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Steve Jobs is reincarnated

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5 Australian couple claims they’re Jesus and Mary Magdalene

“My name is Jesus and I’m serious. Just a little over 2,000 years ago, we arrived on the Earth for the first time,” says Alan John Miller. He claims that he has clear memories of the crucifixion. Miller is divorced father-of-two, said his first marriage broke down when he “began to remember details” of his past life. He strongly believes that he is Jesus’ reincarnation. He also says he remembers performing miracles such as walking on water. His girlfriend claims to be Mary Magdalene.

Australian couple claims they’re Jesus and Mary Magdalene

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