Re; Incarnation verification


#1

I don’t have a reply button, so I have to reply this way. I will only put one way down as my hard drive has blown out every attempt to get deep.

I woke up after my appendectomy 10 years ago- and it was as if I was plunged into a bottomless pit of tar. not even a light anywhere to guide. The only thing I had left were my past life memories, some of them with alittle more info. But even when my wife would call me I felt as if we were total strangers except for some small glimmers threadlike which kept me from hanging up. It took me about 6 months to- ‘get out’ The only thing keeping me sane was my past lives, and the slowly regaining memories of my current life- but they really felt hazy- cloudy- dubious. when I could say I was finally 'cleaned off of the tar, about a year later, I was so different. There had been “Eastern Philisophical Disaplines” which I had been working for years trying to study and make any kind of sence which- when I was finally ‘cleared’ all of my ‘western judeochristian’ background seemed so phony and incomprehnsably cloudy and blurry, but I began studying Buddhism and Taoism and Hindu philosophies ( even read and understood ghandi!) and was able to nearly stand under a waterfall of data and not miss a drop and assimilate all of it. In a lot of ways I came back reprogramed with a new language. (and a lot of regret for all the time I wasted I felt) HD wants to die- more later.
is my reply ability fixable?


#2

This is more common than you realize, though it happens most often in early childhood. Look into stroke victims and you’ll find something similar.