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Have you ever had the feeling that you have lived before? Most religions throughout history have held a belief in reincarnation. Even the early Christians believed it. Is it possible?

This book discusses:
- the ancient beliefs and how they evolved throughout history
- the arguments for and against reincarnation
- what happens between incarnations
- the justice of reincarnation
- the law of Karma

Find out what many of the great thinkers throughout history believed and decide for yourself.

This book is an updated version of the New Thought classic “Reincarnation and the Law of Karma” written by William Walker Atkinson and originally published in 1908. This revised version has been edited by Spiritualist minister Irene McGarvie.

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ISBN: 9781926826189
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