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It will (as he believed) appear once more in a new and more elegant edition… revised and corrected by the Author.” David Lloyd George, British Prime Minister: “The conventional heaven with it’s angels perpetually singing, etc,. nearly drove me mad in my youth and made me an atheist for ten years. My opinion is that we shall be reincarnated.” Henry Ford, automobile manufacturer: “I adopted the theory of reincarnation when I was twenty six, it was as if I had found a universal plan.” Plato, Charles Dickens, Leo Tolstoy, Emmanuel Kant, Aldous Huxley, Rudyard Kipling. Statistics: George Gallup, Junior, Princeton University, 1981: A national survey indicated that 23% of Americans believe in reincarnation. An odd feature of this statistic shows that there is no variation with age. One might expect that older persons would be less likely to accept reincarnation. His findings indicate that Americans alike, regardless of age, accept reincarnation. In 1999, the National Opinion Research Center in Chicago found that 74% of all Americans believe in an afterlife. Surprisingly, 40% of those claiming to be Christians accept the concept of reincarnation. Taking Americans as a whole, regardless of religious background, a clear majority, more than 50%, believe in reincarnation. Many who have professionally studied this phenomenon have attributed two main causes contributing to this significant shift in public opinion, over the last thirty years. One major factor is the influence of Eastern religions, particularly Hinduism and Buddhism, in America today. The second significant contributing factor has to do with extensive scientific research, which has brought new light to the mystery of reincarnation. Today’s presentation will take a look at the scientific side, or how science today has made investigative studies in the subject of reincarnation, or life after death. None of what follows is intended to be or claimed to be proof of reincarnation. Rather, it is information that will help a thoughtful person to reach their own conclusion, based on statistical evaluation and research. DUALISM: * MIND - BODY PROBLEM * Rene Descartes, !7th Century Scientist and Author, propounded a revolutionary view for his time. He taught absolute difference between body and mind. According to him, the mind’s function was perception, thinking, feeling and willing. The body’s function, due to it’s being matter, is totally insentient and passive. NOTE: Western Philosophy and Philosophy of Science does NOT characteristically make the same sharp distinctions between mind and soul as does Eastern Philosophy. Problem: “How does the mind interact with matter?” Solution: the Pineal gland may be a place where the body and mind interact. MALEBRANCE, a leading disciple of Descartes, suggested that they cannot interact at all since they are completely different. Rather, God caused the mind to feel pain, which leads me to move my hand. (Doctrine of occasionalism) MATERIALISM, or mechanistic science: Only matter exists Major problem for Mechanistic Science and Materialism: How can insentient matter give way to consciousness? John Searle, Theoretical Physicist: “Consciousness can be understood to be simply one more *material property* of the brain, one that *supervenes* upon the brain, when the brain exists in certain states” Example of water both in liquid and in ice formation Problem with this example: Inherently, by evaluation of the water molecule both in the liquid and in the solid state [where there is a lattice structure], one can easily explain the differing properties of liquid and solid states. John Searle writes that consciousness *squirts out of matter*; and then it *supervenes* over matter, dictating certain movements of matter, and subsequent experiences. With this view, consciousness in simply another state of matter, much like ice is but another state of water, with the basic building block of H2O determining the structure of both liquid and solid states of water, depending upon external circumstances. Unlike the molecules of water, neuron cells do not evidence consciousness, simply they evidence electrochemical discharge. Merriam Webster's Dictionary supervene (sUpr vn) v.i., -vened, -vening 1. to take place or occur as something additional or extraneous (sometimes fol. by on or upon ). 2. to ensue. [164050; < L supervenre = super- SUPER- + venre to COME] supervenience (-vnyns) supervention (-venshn) n. supervenient adj. [ "But some materialists, such as John Searle, still believe that a conceptual reduction of the mind to the brain is possible. Searle argues that consciousness can be understood to be simply one more "material property" of the brain (John Searle, The Rediscovery of the Mind, page 55), a property that "supervenes" upon the brain. To help us understand how consciousness could be "supervenient" upon the brain, he uses the analogy of the liquidity of water and the solidity of ice. The point of the analogies is that a macro-state (liquidity or solidity) is a property that is supervenient upon the micro-phenomena (the molecules) when they are in a particular state. When the H2O molecules are in the state of "rolling around on each other", the property of liquidity supervenes, being both produced by and identical with the molecules in that state; when the molecules are in a lattice structure, solidity supervenes. In the same way, Searle argues, consciousness is a supervenient property of the brain in certain states. (John Searle, The Rediscovery of the Mind, pages 14 and 125) This analogy is problematic, however, even as fellow materialists have pointed out. In the case of the liquidity of water and the solidity of ice, says William Seager, we can understand, given what we know about the properties of the molecules in question, why the joint activity of the molecules would give rise to these properties. With regard to the neurons making up the brain, however, this is not the case. Nothing that we know about these neurons from biology and brain physiology explains why the joint activity of such entities should give rise to conscious experience. (The assumption here, of course, is that the neurons are individually insentient) (William Seager, Metaphysics of Consciousness, page 179) In reply to such criticisms, Searle has admitted that there is a difference between the type of surpervenience that is said to occur in the brain and the type that is involved in all the other examples he cites, such as liquidity and solidity. That is, **. (John Searle, The Rediscovery of the Mind, pages 125) In the case of the brain-mind relation, however, **. By making this distinction, Searle has, in effect, admitted that his analogies provide no help whatsoever in explaining how our conscious experience can be said to be a "property" or "feature" of the brain or in any way identical with it. The relationship remains a complete mystery."] [SHOW THE POWERPOINT PICTURES OF MEN SITTING AT DESKS, ETC.] The original "Chinese room example" of Dr. Searle can be stated in its simplest form as follows as a mental experiment (or as they say gedanken-experiment): We have a person with no knowledge of the Chinese language inside a room. He has a very elaborate set of rules on how he has to make marks on paper in response to other marks on paper. Now, when a Chinese speaking person passes queries written in Chinese through a window into the room and he receives a proper reply, can we distinguish between the situation when the person inside knows and understands the meaning of the Chinese statements and when he is just making marks on paper based on some logical rules? Similarly, since a computer is just doing mechanical symbol manipulation, where is the understanding or consciousness on part of the computer? Where is the consciousness in logical symbol manipulation? Dr.John Searle's argument can be extended by having millions of people exchanging slips of paper and doing mindless (consciousness-less) symbol manipulation to simulate the logical structure of an electronic computer or of the neural interactions in the brain. ````` NEXT: Various examples of empiric evidence, pointing to the seat of consciousness As having a SEPARATE existence from matter or the body, will now be presented, from different categories of scientific data. 1st Category = Out of Body Experiences Dr. Michael Sabom Cardiologist, Medical School, Emery University; Dr. Raymond Moody, Physician Common features of OBE’s The feeling of being out of the body The conviction that this experience was real Greatly altered emotional state (joy and happiness) Absence of pain Normal or better than normal visual perception Normal hearing Veridical perceptions Clarity of thought Significantly altered sense of time High incidence amongst Near Death Experiences in the medical profession (27% of NDE’s had OBE‘s) 90% of the OBE’s do not occur in Near Death Situations. This factor contradicts the theory that OBE’s are hallucinations born of death fear. Physiological arguments have been proposed, i.e. that OBE’s were nothing more than hallucinations caused by excessive oxygen or excessive carbon dioxide in the body, but were not verified by Dr. Sabom. Quite the opposite was found to be the case, namely that there was a proper balance in these two. Read example of Dr. Kimberly Clark, professor at the school of medicine at the University of Washington, page 250 of David Ray Griffin book. American Psychologist Dr. Carlos Osis and his colleague from Iceland, Dr. Erlendur Haraldsson 442 death bed experiences in the USA and 435 in India. They interviewed doctors and nurses along with the patients. They identified a very common experience amongst NDE hospital patients [SEE NEXT 2 POWERPOINT PICTURES]. Tunnel of light. Light, angels, weightlessness. Apparition type Give the example of a family seeing a departed member of the family, and thirteen people including the servant and the others observed the same apparition Narrate the story of young sales man of the mid-west, in St. Louis, receiving a message that his deceased father had left a roll of money tied in the inside the lapel of his former coat, wrapped in a piece of red cloth. Possession type Dr. E Winchester Stevens, 1887 book entitled “The Watseka Wonder” (A Small town in Illinois) An angel, purportedly, possessed the body of a teenage girl in Illinois and revealed verifiable details of the other inhabitant’s life, down to childhood events, names, locations, clothing, personal articles used, etc. Reincarnation type Dr. Ian Stevenson, eighty year old clinical psychiatrist, Director of the Department of Personality Studies, University of Virginia, recent article appeared in December 1999 New York Times Investigated by Washington Post Editor Mr. Shroder. Mr. Shroder accompanied Dr. Stevenson on visits to Lebanon and India, witnessing how Dr. Stevenson conducted his investigations. Dr. Stevenson chronicled a total of more than three thousand reports. Most of the reports were researched by him personally, and many were ruled out because of incomplete or perhaps falsified reports. Here are some additional samples. Shukla Gupta At one and a half years old, Shukla cradled the pillow or a wooden block, addressing it as *Minu*. When asked who Minu was, Shukla said it was her daughter. This continued until she was five years old, during the course of which time Shukla identified the town, and even the particular neighborhood known by a certain name, within the town which was purportedly her previous life’s residence. She identified her name as Mana. After some research, the Chakravarthy family who Shukla was speaking about was identified. The Chakravarthy family lived 90 miles away. Arrangements were made for the Gupta family to visit the Chakravarthy family by train. Upon reaching the former town that Shukla lived in by train, she immediately lead her whole family members directly from the train station, down a number of twists and turns directly before the house. Shukla was baffled about the entrance to the house (because of remodeling after Manu’s decease, the entrance was no longer in the front, but along the alley). She identified by name, by nick name, and by even unknown names that only the family knew the individuals by, out of a group of 30 different persons. In the course of remaining in the home for some weeks, she declared a search for, then found the three old sarees which she used to wear, in her life as Mana, out of a merge collection of rumpled old clothing stored some where in the house. She insisted on wearing only those clothes as her clothing. Without having seen the placement of numerous other items, she identified a particular water pitcher that she used, and a sewing machine. She knew the particular foods that were her husband’s favorite foods. This was all done at the age of five. SHANTI DEVI One of the most detailed documented cases is that of a young girl named Shanti Devi from Delhi. Beginning at the age of three, she could recall the details of her former life in the town of Muttra, 80 miles away from where she had been born as Shanti Devi. In her previous life, she said she had married a cloth merchant, had given birth to a son and had died ten years later. These descriptions continued for fives years, when at the age of nine the family wrote to this purported former husband, who visited the home unannounced and was immediately recognized by Shanti Devi. A whole group of individuals accompanied the young girl to her former house. Instantly out of a group of thirty persons she recognized who her relatives were, there names, and details of the house. In fact, she revealed that money had been hidden by her and by her husband in a particular hiding place within the house. The former husband admitted that he had removed the money and knew of its details, just as Shanti Devi had described. Suzanne, a Druse in Beruit, Lebanon at the age of two could identify thirteen of her former life’s relatives, and could recount parts of the eulogies delivered at her funeral. Shrimad Rajachandra – a Jain guru who could remember multiple generations of past lives, including in forms/species other than human. *HYPNOTIC REGRESSION DATA* Dr. Peter Rapster, Australian (Play the video clippings) ******INTRODUCE BIRTHMARKS, SCARS, BIRTH DEFECTS******** [MORE EXAMPLES FROM DR. STEVENSON] Cemil Fahrici and Cemil Hayik Ma Htwe Win A female born in a village of Kyar-Kan, in upper Burma, in May 1973. The mother’s name was Ma Ohn Tin. Some days before she became pregnant with her future child, she dreamed that a man who appeared to be walking on his knees or perhaps on amputated stumps of legs was following her. She tried to avoid him, but he continued to approach her. She did not recognize the man. Now narrate the story of the description given by the deformed daughter Ma Htwe Win in her former life as a man called Nga Than (refer to power point picture number 29) Refer to power point picture number ten, Maung Nyunt Win, he remembered his former life as U Po Hla, who had a sebacceous cyst in the same location of his cheek, the details of whose life the young man in this picture remembered in detail. -OTHERS- Possible material explanations, other than reincarnation Fraud (This is a possibility, but with several thousand reported and investigated cases, it is highly unlikely that every single case is fraudulent) Cryptomnesia, or *Hidden memory*. This means that in the earlier stages of one’s life, one may have read a book or had some experience or heard some detailed narration, and the details are normally forgotten but may surface. This is not a plausible explanation for two year olds. ESP. This explanation doesn’t work with birthmarks that correspond to events from previous life. **********SUPER ESP********* 3b. One additional note on ESP: When information is recalled in relation to one person alone, and not just information but recognizing persons by face, house hold articles before seeing them and where they are kept, this is called super ESP. This all goes beyond reading another person’s thought pattern (telepathy) or the ability to perceive objects and events without using your senses (clairvoyance). Therefore, all things considered, reincarnation is a more plausible explanation for past-life remembrances than the other possibilities, at least in some cases. Common characteristics of reincarnation memories Typically, remembrances begin at ages two through four. Memories often begin to dim at ages five to eight. High incidence of violent death in the life remembered. Frequent mention of the mode of death in the previous life. Verifiable details are often found, which only one who had been part of that family would know (secret hiding places, clothing that was worn, favorite foods of the family members, nick names and family secrets, etc.) Conclusion Summary – Genetics, and the influence of natal and postnatal environment, are currently accepted scientific explanations of human personality. The evidence presented here, according to Dr. Ian Stevenson, also provides us with very useful information about human personality. Now present the mind-body problem again. Dualistic and materialistic concepts. Present the Sankhya Philosophy of Lord Kapiladev. Refer to the monograph of the Bhaktivedanta Institute. Prof. Henry Stapp. Show the video clip. 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