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Past Lives of the Rich and Famous by Sylvia Browne is a fascinating bookwhich describes some very interesting stories of how notable people lived both in
this age and centuries ago. Each story is very engaging with real characters
and scenes from previous lives described in vivid detail.
Browne discusses Elizabeth Taylor who lived 47 times before. Taylor was
Anata of Babylonia. In the 1500s, she was a member of a Benedictine
convent in Switzerland. She lived as Marie Lilliane and died at 89 years of age.
Browne explains that specific memories of past lives are on the other side.
But are they?
The story of Mother Teresa is equally fascinating. Browne relates how the
Mother Teresa lived in the person of Leah during the time of Christ.
Leah came to know Jesus Christ through the Apostle Luke. In addition,
she attended the Sermon on the Mount. Mother Teresa lived through
her 54th and last incarnation according to the author.
Browne's recitation of the lives of Dr. Martin Luther King provides equally
fascinating reading. The book describes how Dr. King navigated 8 lifetimes
on earth before resting for eternity. The book takes readers through the
past lives of other famous people like Amy Winehouse, Steve Jobs and Elvis Presley.
Browne discusses some scientific basis for these statements by referring to
cell memory. Probing cellular memory is an area where scientific knowledge is
evolving. In addition, existing tissue of such things as blood stains needs to be
accessed in order to recreate DNA profiles.
Some of Browne's statements refer to people who lived at the time of
33 AD or perhaps blood relatives of Christ Himself. Events like the Great
Fire in Rome 63 AD have erased the Roman record of Jesus Christ.
There may be remnants of Christ's DNA on the Shroud of Turin. If DNA traces
could be found on the Shroud of Turin, the DNA could be dated to the time
of Christ. This aspect should be addressed by Browne.
In addition, the crucifixion itself was an event bathed in blood. If blood stains could
be recovered from Golgatha Hill, these stains could be used to create a Christ-like
human form in the laboratory. The implications of this event would be very
controversial for the Judeo-Christian world.
Sylvia Browne's book has some stunning ideas that could bring great controversy
into the public arena. Perhaps these notions should be tested and advanced.
At some point this century, more will be known and decisions could be made to
move forward to put these ideas under microscopic examination.
Browne's notions could be put to the test in other ways. For instance, there would
have to be specific burial plots of two people thought to have identical past lives.
Samples of the DNA would have to be tested after exhuming the bodies. If the
samples matched, the claims might be proven. Such an experiment would require
the approval of medical science due to the ethical and moral issues.
Past Lives of the Rich and Famous by Sylvia Browne is a fascinating book with
huge implications for medical science if any of her theories on cell memory
stand the scrutiny of scientific analysis, as well as the ethical and moral
dilemmas such experiments might entail.
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