Archive for July, 2010

What Would You View? Remote Viewing with David Sakmyster

This Monday the 26th we will feature for one of our final Reincarnationist Q&As, David Sakmyster, author of THE PHAROS OBJECTIVE. Stay tuned for that. While I was working with him on his QA I took a peek at his remote viewing blog (What Would You View?) and realized that our readers here would be absolutely riveted by it (I was!).

The most recent post on David’s blog is:

Top 10 Ancient Mysteries I’d Remote View, part 2

Take a look, and become completely absorbed…


The Reincarnationist QA: Author Kaitlin O’Riley

Thanks go out to Kaitlin O’Riley, author of several excellent historical romances, for answering our Reincarnationist QA today! Kaitlin O’Riley’s new novella, “Immortal Dreams” in the anthology Yours For Eternity, with the authors Hannah Howell and Alexandra Ivy, involves a love that endures past lives.  Please visit her at


What is your most marked characteristic that you believe could be a hold over from a past life?

My inner sense of calm is pretty strong.  Sometimes I feel that I’ve been through the worst and nothing will ever be terrible enough not to survive.  So I guess in some previous life I lived through some horrific events and my current life seems mild in comparison!

What is your principle defect that you believe may be inherited from a previous incarnation?

For someone who has grown up on the shore, always near the ocean or a river, I have an inexplicable fear of deep water, which makes me believe that in a past life I drowned.  Maybe I was on the Titanic?!

Which of your favorite heroes do you think you could have been and why?

Margaret Mitchell, because I can’t even imagine writing a novel as long as Gone With the Wind by hand or on an old typewriter!  That is a woman determined to write!

What three people from history would you like to have over to dinner for a discussion about reincarnation?

This is a tough question, especially with a limit of three!  Historically I think it would be fascinating to talk with Anne Boleyn and get the inside story of what really went on with Henry VIII.   It would also be interesting to talk to Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers, about what he thinks of the United States now. I recall learning in history class that he was supposedly handsome and charming as well, which are traits always welcome at a dinner party.  Lastly, I would love to invite Dean Martin, because naturally he would bring Frank and Sammy and to hang out with that whole Rat Pack crowd would be so much fun.  And of course to have him sing to me, well, that would be just amazing…

What do you think happens when we die?

I think, or would like to think, that our souls go to a peaceful and beautiful place where we are reunited with the other souls we have loved, before we are placed into new bodies to live life again and learn new lessons. In a sense we are always with those we love and that is very comforting.

When you come back next time, who (or what!) would you like to be?

Is saying a princess too predictable?  No, actually, I would love to come back as someone very adventurous or historically significant — the first person to do something new, invent something, cure a disease, or travel to some unexplored place.



A new paradigm explains EVERYTHING…

Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe (BenBella Books) lays out Lanza’s theory of everything, and I cannot seem to get enough of this man’s brain. Particularly how it relates to the enigmas of reincarnation, life after death, god, and well, EVERYTHING. The biology-based theory of the universe really does seem like the paradigm for a new age…

Is There a God or Is There Nothingness? New Scientific Paradigm

Robert Lanza, M.D.

The answer to such deep questions has traditionally been the province of religion, which excels at it. Every thinking person knows an insuperable mystery lies at the final square of the game board. So when we run out of explanations and causes that precede the previous cause, we say “God did it.” In all directions, the current scientific paradigm leads to insoluble enigmas, to ideas that are ultimately irrational. But since World Wars I and II there has been an unprecedented burst of discovery. Although still unbalanced by this sudden growth, our worldview will soon catch up with the facts, and the old physico-chemical paradigm will be replaced with a new biologically-based one that can address some of the core questions asked in every religion…

For the complete article, click here to go to Huff Post.



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