Features stories from children who have vivid memories that belong to other people and spotlights their families, who want to figure out who the children were in their previous lives. Some ... See full summary »
I originally watched this show to kill some time and perhaps practice my skeptical skills and have a laugh. But once I started to watch it I became absolutely fascinated that much of what was being said under hypnosis was later corroborated by, gasp, some external evidence such as birth and death records, careers and townships that the people lived in, and so forth. I can usually tell if someone's lying or acting - micro gestures, fake accents etc - but the subjects both under hypnosis and watching the video results later seemed to be quite genuine. Contrary to the rationalizations of many modern "skeptics" who clutch onto the most obvious "explanations" and yet consistently fail to turn this supposed skepticism on themselves, many of the great philosophers like Pythagoras and Plato did in fact believe in reincarnation. This show reignited my interest in this area. At any rate, judge for yourselves. That's what real science is all about. I really do hope that this show will continue.
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