Boy Says He Remembers Past Life — Adults Don’t Belive Him So He Gives Them Proof

Boy Says He Remembers Past Life — Adults Don’t Belive Him So He Gives Them Proof

A three-year-old Syrian boy told his village elders how he died in past life, and even showed them where his previous body was buried.

In a book by German writer Trutz Hardo, called “Children Who Have Lived Before: Reincarnation Today,” Hardo told the three-year-old’s incredible story, which, according to Newsiosity, was told to Hardo by Dr. Eli Lasch, of Israel, before his death in 2009.

Boy Says He Remembers Past Life, Shocks Family

Boy Says He Remembers Past Life, Shocks Family

The story says that a three-year-old boy in Syria, once he was able to talk, began telling his family and his village elders that he knew what happened to him in a past life.

The boy said that he was killed with an axe in a previous life, which gives him the red birthmark on his head.

The elders and the boy’s family were skeptical, but when the boy told elders that he knew where his old body was buried, they took him there. The boy even remembered his name from the past life, which many in his village recognized as a man who went missing four years earlier.

The boy told his elders and local authorities that he even knew the name of his killer, who also lived in the village. When confronted about the accusations, the killer denied any involvement in the murder or the man’s disappearance. However, authorities noticed that he was visibly shaken by the confrontation.

Following the meeting with his past-life killer, the toddler showed police where his previous body was buried. In that spot, authorities found a skeleton with a head wound in the same some as the boy’s birthmark. The elders and police alike were stunned by the discovery. Nearby, the also found the axer used to kill the man.

Finally, after finding the body, the killer admitted to murdering the man.

The boy is of the Druze ethnic group, who, according to the Epoch Times, believe that birthmarks are related to the past-life deaths of each person. If this story is in fact true, it certainly seems that that is a plausible theory.

Sources: The Epoch Times, Newiosity / Photo Credit: Thinkstock via The Epoch Times


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