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The late Dr. Eli Lasch, who is best known for his medical work in Gaza as part of Israeli government operations, studied the case of a 3-year-old boy who lived near the border of Syria and Israel.
The boy said he remembered being killed with an axe in his previous life. He showed village elders where his body was buried, where the murder weapon was buried, and he identified his killer. A body with a head wound was indeed found in the spot indicated, the axe was found, and the killer admitted what he had done.
10 Outstanding Cases of Detailed, Verified ‘Past-Life Memories’
In October a movie appeared in cinemas around the world. It is a movie about a concept that has been a distinct part of our social consciousness for about a century. A concept that has many believers but even more non-believers. This incredibly contentious topic that I speak of, which has led to the so-called “memory wars” is that of regression, and along with it it’s sister concept repression.
Memory Mondays: “Regression Therapy” Isn’t Real, but Hollywood Keeps the Myth Alive
Beach really, really, really doesn’t like ceremonial magic, creepy pentagrams and casual acquaintances with books by the ‘Beast’ Crowley on their shelves. But he recently steeled himself to read The Magus (1801) by Francis Barrett, mainly to see what the alchemists and magi had to say about fairylore. There is a lot of material as it happens. But what Beach found most striking was the Fiends Folio of demons:
What Do Demons Look Like?