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Lightbulb Seal #7: Reincarnation Theory & its 21 Principles

Reincarnation Theory & its 21 Principles includes 10 ways to track a soul + scientific laws including energy, information, & consciousness can't be destroyed, only transferred. Life (like all matter & energy) is both waves & particles. Natural selection/"survival of the fittest" assures that human souls that help the global system will return as human. Luck 100 = karma 5 x [desire 4 + actions 4 + contribution 4 + blessings 4]
(Ben Franklin → Lincoln → Einstein, G. Washington → Robert E. Lee → Dwight Eisenhower, Marilyn Monroe → Janet Jackson58
)

The above is how the "7th Seal"/beyond Einstein theory appears on the cover of There Are No Coincidences: the "book/scroll" prophesied in The Revelation 5:1-10:10. 1-11 of the 21 principles of reincarnation are scientific laws and theories that also directly apply to the soul and its continuous incarnations; this includes Einstein’s principle of separability which has been tweaked. All 21 of these principles have been proven through experimentation (the results of which will be presented in another paper).

"Know that if you become worse you will go to the worse souls or if better to the better. And if in every succession of life or death you will do and suffer what like many fitly suffer at the hands of like." - Plato

(1) Energy is the property something has that enables it to do work. The basic forms of energy are kinetic energy, potential energy, and rest energy.

(2) The law of conservation of energy states that energy can not be created or destroyed, although it can change form. (The law of conservation of mass states that matter can not be created or destroyed, although it can change form.) Nothing is ever lost from this universe.

(3) The law of conservation of information states that information can be created, but not destroyed, although it can be transferred. The laws of physics preserve information as it is transformed. Humans continually prove that it is easier to relearn something than learn it for the first time.

(4) The law of conservation of consciousness states that [i]consciousness cannot be created or destroyed, although it can be transformed[i/].

(5) Einstein’s updated principle of separability now states that systems (souls) with different locations in space have independent realities. Souls remain ‘separate and independent’ throughout the eternal reincarnation process.

(6) The theory of wave/particle duality states that all matter & energy is both waves and particles (even a particle has a wavelength). Therefore, this life is a particle in the wave of our eternal life. In classical physics, waves transport energy, but not matter, from one region to another. 19th century physicists found that light sometimes acted like a wave and sometimes it acted as a particle.

(7) The theory of luck provides the equation of how our karma is reflected back by the 'matrix' or ‘universal quantum computer’ (God)…

Theory of Luck
Luck 100 = karma 5 x [desire 4 + actions 4 + ability 4 + contributions 4 + blessings 4]


(8) Self-replication is the simplest way to design anything from a cell to a universe to an individual mind.

(9) Many animals and insects build nests/colonies that take more than one – sometimes many - lifetimes to build.

(10) There is evolution of the soul through the centuries and “survival of the fittest” assures that human souls that help the global system will return as human, implying that ones who ‘fail’ won’t return as human.

(11) Many things in nature are cyclical and express a birth, death, and rebirth. Every ending brings a new beginning.

(12) Our soul is attracted to ‘our physical Creator’: sun, planet, & moon + our parents & relatives.

(13) Our soul is attracted to our DNA (ancestors). We keep our talents, capabilities, interests, and personalities from previous lives and add new physical attributes, talents, and capabilities through our DNA and experiences. It’s always easier to relearn than learn! Besides our parents, we also ‘inherit’ ALL our ancestors through DNA.

(14) Our soul is drawn to our environment: physical location, parents’ views, religion, politics, friends, schools, etc., i.e. ‘Liberal Gene’ was recently discovered.

(15) Our soul is attracted to the date of birth - our birthdays are more important than they seem!

(16) Our soul is attracted to the name our creators (parents/ancestors) bestow on us – its meaning and gematria(8,74).

(17) We ‘come back’ to continue to improve the ‘system’, to continue our missions, and to ‘fix the mistakes’ of previous lives. Earth – Leave It Better Than You Found It!

(18) Personality continues

(19) ‘True love never dies’. We continue our love relationships (mates & offspring) to propagate and further evolve the species.

(20) We return as human (if we pass the test of being ‘good’ for the system) because it’s the greatest way God has devised for energy to simultaneously experience the physical and spiritual universes.

(21) Our soul is attracted to physical characteristics, i.e. male or female. God uses the theory of, “If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it”.

Examples of ‘direct reincarnations’:
→ Pythagoras
Socrates → Aristotle
Julius Caesar → Jesus son of Joseph (JC)
Leonardo Fibonacci → Bernard of Clairvaix → Leonardo da Vinci → Galileo Galilei → ? → Benjamin Franklin → Abraham Lincoln → Albert Einstein → Brad Watson
George Washington → Robert E. Lee → Dwight Eisenhower
Julius Caesar → Jesus son of Joseph
Cleopatra → Mary Magdalean
Abigail Adams → Mary Lincoln → ? → Marilyn Monroe → Janet Jackson
Billie Holiday → Mariah Carey, John Adams → ? → Franklin Roosevelt → Barack Obama
Eleanor Roosevelt → Michelle Obama
King George III → George McClellan → Adolph Hitler → George Walker Bush Jr.
Winfield Scott → George Marshall
Ulysses S. Grant → Omar Bradley
Stonewall Jackson → Douglas McArthur
George Custer → George Patton
Sonja Henie → Michelle Kwan
‘Young’ Tom Morris → Bobby Jones → Tiger Woods
Babe Didrikson Zaharias → Annika Sorenstam
Errol Flynn → Charlie Sheen
Elsa Einstein → Sivabruntha Visvanathan
Mileva Maric Einstein → Janna Levin
Johann Sebastian Bach → Mozart → Hector Berlioz → Maurice Ravel → Chick Corea
Puccini → Andrew Lloyd Weber
Frederic Chopin → Alexander Scriabin
Dorothy Dandridge → Halle Berry
Edgar Casey → David Wilcox

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Lightbulb Transmigration of souls - metempsychosis

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transmigration of souls or metempsychosis (mətĕm'səkō`sĭs) [Gr.,=change of soul]
A belief common to many cultures, in which the eternal soul passes from one body to another, either human or animal. The Australian aborigines believe that an infant is a reincarnation of deceased ancestors and that the soul is contin-ually reborn. Some Indonesian peoples hold that ancestral souls reside in sacred animals, sometimes in preparation for a new incarnation. Similarly, several tribes in western Amazonia avoid eating certain animals, such as deer, because they believe ancestral souls have entered the animals' bodies.

Metempsychosis is a fundamental doctrine of several religions originating in India. Hinduism is the Western term for the religious beliefs and practices of the vast majority of the people of India. One of the oldest living religions in the world, Hinduism is unique among the world religions in that it had no single founder but grew over a period of 4,000 years. Perhaps its #1 tenent is that the individual soul enters a new existence after the death of the body. The sum total of past moral conduct, or karma [Skt.,=action, work, or ritual], is a basic concept common to Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The doctrine of karma states that one's state in this life is a result of actions (both physical and mental) in past incarnations, and determines the condition of the soul and the quality of its rebirth. The cycle of rebirth is eternal unless the soul is released by knowledge or arduous effort (see yoga yoga [Skt.,=union], general term for spiritual disciplines in Hinduism, Buddhism, and throughout S Asia that are directed toward attaining higher consciousness and liberation from ignorance, suffering, and rebirth.

This release (moksha or mukti) is a form of salvation, and is possible only for the most devout. Buddhist doctrine does not accept the soul or transmigration as such, treating both as illusory. Rather, there is an eternal, undifferentiated stream of being (samsara). Out of this, existences are produced and prolonged according to karma, or past actions. The individual is not a separate entity, but rather a grouping of elements. They revert to the original primal stream when desire, the cause of the transmigratory cycle, ceases. Only devout Buddhists or saints (i.e., those who abandon all desire) are able to realize this oneness.

The Celtic version of metempsychosis does not have the ethical aspect of its Indian counterpart. The Druids of Gaul supposedly taught that after death the soul left one body to enter another, but the second body was not necessarily earthly; little else is known of their beliefs. Examples of metempsychosis in pre-Christian Irish legends indicate that these transmigrations occurred only in the lifetime of heroes. The belief in transmigration was rare in ancient Egypt, although occasional instances occur of a soul uniting with a god, a soul entering an animal for a lifetime, or a voluntary metamorphosis of a person into another form for his own benefit.

The Greek version, an indigenous product, appeared in the Orphic Mysteries or Orphism, religious cult of ancient Greece, prominent in the 6th cent. B.C. According to legend Orpheus founded these mysteries and was the author of the sacred poems from which the Orphic doctrines were drawn. But its best-known proponent was Pythagoras, c.582–c.507 B.C., pre-Socratic Greek philosopher, founder of the Pythagorean school. He migrated from his native Samos to Crotona and established a secret religious society or order similar to, and possibly influenced by the earlier Orphic cult. He believed that souls were reincarnated in various bodily shapes. Empedocles, in his poem Purification, accepted Orphic and Pythagorean beliefs. Plato's views on metempsychosis are derived from these same sources. Plotinus believed that future destiny depended upon the life of the soul in previous incarnations. It is possible that these beliefs were influenced by contact with Indian religion.

Jewish treatment of metempsychosis, as found in the Kaballa (Cabala) [Heb.,=reception], esoteric system of inter-pretation of the Scriptures based upon a tradition claimed to have been handed down orally from Abraham. It was limited by the need to conform to orthodox scriptures, and the theory of transmigration was tolerated rather than approved. The Jewish theories, derived mainly from Gnostic, Manichaean, and Neoplatonic sources, teach that man has absolute free will, but that his soul is tied and sullied by contact with matter. Demon (imperfect) souls try to prevent the fulfillment of the finite divine plan. To act out this plan, the spotless souls descend from their original abode in heaven and are incarnated. Punishment and atonement for sins is achieved by another incarnation; but before this happens, the now impure soul flits about as a disembodied spirit. If the pious suffer, it is believed to be for sins committed in a previous existence. At the end of the cycles, when all the incarnated souls are once again pure, the Messianic period begins.

No theories of transmigration are admitted into traditional Christian religion, although it was taught by some early church fathers like Origen and Clement of Alexandria. Unity Church founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore believed in and taught reincarnation, and Charles Fillmore believed that he may have been St. Paul reincarnated.

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starshine,

Hi! I followed your thread: http://magickalcat.forumotion.com/ and I joined your forum. I'll go on my email and activate the account.

Re: your interest in reincarnation, we now have scientific proof of it! I was Albert Einstein in my last incarnation and I've discovered Reincarnation Theory and its 21 Principles. I AM writing a book entitled Famous Direct Reincarnations. Maybe I should write my first post on your forum regarding the immortality of the soul and its transmigration?


- Brad Watson, Miami

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Lightbulb Reincarnation theory & its 21 Principles (tweaked)

Reincarnation Theory & its 21 Principles includes 10 ways to track a soul + scientific laws including energy, information, & consciousness can't be destroyed, only transferred. Life (like all matter & energy) is both waves & particles. Natural selection/"survival of the fittest" assures that human souls that help the global system will return as human.
Luck 100 = karma4 + modesty1 x [desire4 + actions4 + contribution4 + blessings4]
FDR → Barack Obama, George Washington → Robert E. Lee → Eisenhower, Marilyn Monroe → Janet Jackson58, Ben21 Franklin → Lincoln → Einstein → (Watson)



The above is how the "7th Seal"/beyond Einstein theory appears on the cover of the sequel/prequel to the Bible & Qur'an: There Are No Coincidences - there is synchronism, which is also the "book/scroll" prophesied in The Revelation 5:1-10:10. 1-11 of the 21 principles of reincarnation are scientific laws and theories that also directly apply to the soul and its continuous incarnations; this includes Einstein’s principle of separability which has been tweaked. All 21 of these principles have been proven through experimentation (the results of which will be presented in another paper).

"Know that if you become worse you will go to the worse souls or if better to the better. And if in every succession of life or death you will do and suffer what like many fitly suffer at the hands of like." - Plato

(1) Energy is the property something has that enables it to do work. The basic forms of energy are kinetic energy, potential energy, and rest energy.

(2) The law of conservation of energy states that energy can not be created or destroyed, although it can change form. (The law of conservation of mass states that matter can not be created or destroyed, although it can change form.) Nothing is ever lost from this universe.

(3) The law of conservation of information states that information can be created, but not destroyed, although it can be transferred. The laws of physics preserve information as it is transformed. Humans continually prove that it is easier to relearn something than learn it for the first time.

(4) The law of conservation of consciousness states that consciousness cannot be created or destroyed, although it can be transformed.

(5) Einstein’s updated principle of separability now states that systems (souls) with different locations in space have independent realities. Souls remain ‘separate and independent’ throughout the eternal reincarnation process.

(6) The theory of wave/particle duality states that all matter & energy is both waves and particles (even a particle has a wavelength). Therefore, this life is a particle in the wave of our eternal life. In classical physics, waves transport energy, but not matter, from one region to another. 19th century physicists found that light sometimes acted like a wave and sometimes it acted as a particle.

(7) The theory of luck provides the equation of how our karma is reflected back by the 'matrix' or ‘universal quantum computer’ (God)…

Theory of Luck
Luck 100 = karma4 + modesty1 x [desire4 + actions4 + ability4 + contributions4 + blessings4]


(8) Self-replication is the simplest way to design anything from a cell to a universe to an individual mind.

(9) Many animals and insects build nests/colonies that take more than one – sometimes many - lifetimes to build.

(10) There is evolution of the soul through the centuries and “survival of the fittest” assures that human souls that help the global system will return as human, implying that ones who ‘fail’ won’t return as human.

(11) Many things in nature are cyclical and express a birth, life, death, and rebirth. Every ending brings a new beginning.

(12) Our soul is attracted to ‘our physical Creator’: sun, planet, & moon + our parents & relatives.

(13) Our soul is attracted to our DNA (ancestors). We keep our talents, capabilities, interests, and personalities from previous lives and add new physical attributes, talents, and capabilities through our DNA and experiences. It’s always easier to relearn than learn! Besides our parents, we also ‘inherit’ ALL our ancestors through DNA.

(14) Our soul is drawn to our environment: physical location, parents’ views, religion, politics, friends, schools, etc., i.e. ‘Liberal Gene’ was recently discovered.

(15) Our soul is attracted to the date of birth - our birthdays are more important than they seem!

(16) Our soul is attracted to the name our creators (parents/ancestors) bestow on us – its meaning and gematria(8,74).

(17) We ‘come back’ to continue to improve the ‘system’, to continue our missions, and to ‘fix the mistakes’ of previous lives. Earth – Leave It Better Than You Found It!

(18) Personality continues

(19) ‘True love never dies’. We continue our love relationships (mates & offspring) to propagate and further evolve the species.

(20) We return as human (if we pass the test of being ‘good’ for the system) because it’s the greatest way God has devised for energy to simultaneously experience the physical and spiritual universes.

(21) Our soul is attracted to physical characteristics, i.e. male or female. God uses the theory of, “If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it”.


Examples of ‘direct reincarnations’

→ Pythagoras
Socrates → Aristotle
Julius Caesar (JC) → Jesus son of Joseph (JC)
Leonardo Fibonacci → Bernard of Clairvaix → Leonardo da Vinci → Galileo Galilei → ? → Benjamin Franklin → Abraham Lincoln → Albert Einstein → Brad Watson
George Washington → Robert E. Lee → Dwight Eisenhower
Julius Caesar → Jesus son of Joseph
Cleopatra → Mary Magdalean
Abigail Adams → Mary Lincoln → ? → Marilyn Monroe → Janet Jackson
Billie Holiday → Mariah Carey,
John Adams → ? → Franklin Roosevelt → Barack Obama
Eleanor Roosevelt → Michelle Obama
King George III → George McClellan → Adolph Hitler → George Walker Bush Jr.
Winfield Scott → George Marshall
Ulysses S. Grant → Omar Bradley
Stonewall Jackson → Douglas McArthur
George Custer → George Patton
Sonja Henie → Michelle Kwan
‘Young’ Tom Morris → Bobby Jones → Tiger Woods
Babe Didrikson Zaharias → Annika Sorenstam
Errol Flynn → Charlie Sheen
Elsa Einstein → Sivabruntha Visvanathan
Mileva Maric Einstein → Janna Levin
Johann Sebastian Bach → Mozart → Hector Berlioz → Maurice Ravel → Chick Corea
Puccini → Andrew Lloyd Weber
Frederic Chopin → Alexander Scriabin
Dorothy Dandridge → Halle Berry
Edgar Casey → David Wilcox


Encyclopedia (edited)


transmigration of souls or metempsychosis (mətĕm'səkō`sĭs) [Gr.,=change of soul]


A belief common to many cultures, in which the eternal soul passes from one body to another, either human or animal. The Australian aborigines believe that an infant is a reincarnation of deceased ancestors and that the soul is contin-ually reborn. Some Indonesian peoples hold that ancestral souls reside in sacred animals, sometimes in preparation for a new incarnation. Similarly, several tribes in western Amazonia avoid eating certain animals, such as deer, because they believe ancestral souls have entered the animals' bodies.

Metempsychosis is a fundamental doctrine of several religions originating in India. Hinduism is the Western term for the religious beliefs and practices of the vast majority of the people of India. One of the oldest living religions in the world, Hinduism is unique among the world religions in that it had no single founder but grew over a period of 4,000 years. Perhaps its #1 tenent is that the individual soul enters a new existence after the death of the body. The sum total of past moral conduct, or karma [Skt.,=action, work, or ritual], is a basic concept common to Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The doctrine of karma states that one's state in this life is a result of actions (both physical and mental) in past incarnations, and determines the condition of the soul and the quality of its rebirth. The cycle of rebirth is eternal unless the soul is released by knowledge or arduous effort (see yoga yoga [Skt.,=union], general term for spiritual disciplines in Hinduism, Buddhism, and throughout S Asia that are directed toward attaining higher consciousness and liberation from ignorance, suffering, and rebirth.

This release (moksha or mukti) is a form of salvation, and is possible only for the most devout. Buddhist doctrine does not accept the soul or transmigration as such, treating both as illusory. Rather, there is an eternal, undifferentiated stream of being (samsara). Out of this, existences are produced and prolonged according to karma, or past actions. The individual is not a separate entity, but rather a grouping of elements. They revert to the original primal stream when desire, the cause of the transmigratory cycle, ceases. Only devout Buddhists or saints (i.e., those who abandon all desire) are able to realize this oneness.

The Celtic version of metempsychosis does not have the ethical aspect of its Indian counterpart. The Druids of Gaul supposedly taught that after death the soul left one body to enter another, but the second body was not necessarily earthly; little else is known of their beliefs. Examples of metempsychosis in pre-Christian Irish legends indicate that these transmigrations occurred only in the lifetime of heroes. The belief in transmigration was rare in ancient Egypt, although occasional instances occur of a soul uniting with a god, a soul entering an animal for a lifetime, or a voluntary metamorphosis of a person into another form for his own benefit.

The Greek version, an indigenous product, appeared in the Orphic Mysteries or Orphism, religious cult of ancient Greece, prominent in the 6th cent. B.C. According to legend Orpheus founded these mysteries and was the author of the sacred poems from which the Orphic doctrines were drawn. But its best-known proponent was Pythagoras, c.582–c.507 B.C., pre-Socratic Greek philosopher, founder of the Pythagorean school. He migrated from his native Samos to Crotona and established a secret religious society or order similar to, and possibly influenced by the earlier Orphic cult. He believed that souls were reincarnated in various bodily shapes. Empedocles, in his poem Purification, accepted Orphic and Pythagorean beliefs. Plato's views on metempsychosis are derived from these same sources. Plotinus believed that future destiny depended upon the life of the soul in previous incarnations. It is possible that these beliefs were influenced by contact with Indian religion.

Jewish treatment of metempsychosis, as found in the Kaballa (Cabala) [Heb.,=reception], esoteric system of inter-pretation of the Scriptures based upon a tradition claimed to have been handed down orally from Abraham. It was limited by the need to conform to orthodox scriptures, and the theory of transmigration was tolerated rather than approved. The Jewish theories, derived mainly from Gnostic, Manichaean, and Neoplatonic sources, teach that man has absolute free will, but that his soul is tied and sullied by contact with matter. Demon (imperfect) souls try to prevent the fulfillment of the finite divine plan. To act out this plan, the spotless souls descend from their original abode in heaven and are incarnated. Punishment and atonement for sins is achieved by another incarnation; but before this happens, the now impure soul flits about as a disembodied spirit. If the pious suffer, it is believed to be for sins committed in a previous existence. At the end of the cycles, when all the incarnated souls are once again pure, the Messianic period begins.

No theories of transmigration are admitted into traditional Christian religion, although it was taught by some early church fathers like Origen and Clement of Alexandria. Unity Church founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore believed in and taught reincarnation, and Charles Fillmore believed that he may have been St. Paul reincarnated.

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Did you regress yourself to see your previous life or do you have some hidden way to find out a past-life As for me, I would like to think that I have been very helpful in a previous life like I am in this lifetime.
starshine,

I have not had to regress myself, I AM able to follow my missions of previous lives and I have left encoded messages behind, especially when I was Benjamin Franklin and encoded GOD=7_4 all over the place and wrote about my belief in the transmigration of the immortal soul!


- Brad Watson, Miami

Benjamin Franklin reincarnated (with Abraham Lincoln and Albert Einstein in-between)

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