Is it possible for a past life regression via hypnosis to bring on “memories” of a future life? Fact or fiction, we found the transcript excerpted below to be incredibly interesting. Enjoy!




ViewZone Note: Hypnosis has successfully been used by professional therapists to treat a number of psychological problems. One such method involves regressing a patient to a younger age and eliciting memories of his childhood, where developmental crises can be re-lived and resolved. What follows is a transcribed portion of several audio tapes recorded during a regression therapy. The hypnotist, who will remain anonymous, accidentally triggered memories of both past and future lives. This transcript is from one session that elicited memories of a life in the future– a future where humanity has left the polluted planet Earth to live in orbiting space colonies.


We will reveal this amazing transcript in two parts. We ask that you keep an open mind and remember that the dialog is unrehearsed and unanticipated. The patient, here identified only as “ep,” describes his life and environment in vivid detail. It is this detail that lends credence to his chilling view of what lies ahead for humanity, both on and off the planet.


The complete text of THIRD WITNESS is available in book form at Amazon.”



Excerpt from THIRD WITNESS: The Alan Arthur Winston Hypnotherapy Sessions with Edward Peterson

ep: I see gray. It's gray here through the thick glass.
Everything is just so clear.


aaw: What else?


ep: I see the Earth. Way off.


aaw: And where are you?


ep: I am--on the moon.


aaw: What do you see?


ep: The air is heavy and dank and there's a condensation on the inside of the walls and I'm looking through a, like a, not like a porthole, but not like glass, and it's really, really, really thick. And there's dirt. And there's a slit in the dirt, it covers it all up, and I'm lookin' out and I can see the earthrise. That's very special, because usually we have to keep the shutters down--from all the radiation.


aaw: Do you do work there?


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