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The Search for Yesterday: A Critical Examination of the Evidence for Reincarnation

Rogo, D. Scott

 The author conceives of this work as a critical and scientific examination of the reincarnation question. It also provides an overview of the various kinds of evidence indicative of reincarnation. There are chapters on the historical evidence—primarily cases of past life recall, spontaneous cases of past life recall (dreams, waking visions, deja vu); some of the cases investigated by Ian Stevenson; Stevenson's research methodology; hypnotic age regression; xenoglossy; past-life therapy; and psychedelic drugs and past-life recall. In the final chapter Rogo presents some explanatory models that can account for the evidence. He grants that "some people can tap into the memories of other people, cultures, and places long removed in time" (p. x), but proposes that what the evidence is pointing to might be something more complex than our traditional views of reincarnation.
Publisher Information:Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1985. 241p. Annotated bibliography: 225-231; Chapter notes; Index: 233-241
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