Reincarnation Revisited A Tract Book Essay By Anthony J. Fejfar, Esq., Coif © Copyright 2007 by Anthony J.

Fejfar

It has been argued that reincarnation takes place in either a linear fashion, or in some sense, every life is taken simultaneously. I argue that for some persons, anyway, reincarnation is based upon the person having a primary or root life upon which every other life is built. Thus, a person’s primary life might be that of Joe Smith, for example, born in 1960 and dying in 2030. Joe Smith is really Joe Smith. As Joe Smith, Joe may take his own life over again, reincarnationally, multidimensionally, thousands of times. This is his root life. His character is formed primarily here. On illiteration, however, Joe Smith might take hundreds or thousands of others lives backwards and forwards in history in order to accomplish certain tasks, or to have certain learning experiences. In each of these lives, however, it is to be stressed that what is going on is that Joe Smith of 1960 is taking on such a life, not the person, as such, in that life. In

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this sense every life that Joe Smith has is taken simultaneously, multidimensionally, relative to his primary life as Joe Smith.

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