this is still nagging me ( i know its my ego right ? )
But with this large Stevenson/ Tucker data base of Past Life cases, ( must be over 3,000 cases by now)
and with this older study of 800 cases where they had entered these into the data base -
https://med.virginia.edu/perceptual-stu ... cker-1.pdf
( by the way i still have to assume all 800 of these cases are what they refer to as solved cases , meaning they feel they have located the previous life.),
because ive never read in the article they were all solved cases, is why i mention this..
so for this article -
Strength-of-Case Scale for Claims of Past Lives
refer to Table 1, .. page 5, Item # 19
19.Distance (in km. ) between child’s birthplace and deceased individual’s main residence
so you will quickly see that there awarding the maximum # of points , (5),
for a mere distance of 25 KM's , ( 15 miles )
Now just as a quick example ( i think just about everyone gets this )
I currently live in central florida
lets assume in my next life i remain American but Im re : born in the next state over .. ie -( Georgia)
it is at least a couple 100 miles to the fla/ Ge border..
So does anyone out there like to venture some idea why this proximity / location is so close for the past lives ?
other than my own theories for this Ive posted and Linda's
idea that its just a nudge to many of us from the LCS
( I prefer ideas that are based on MBT or something Tom
may have mentioned how this works in the past),
But of course any ideas/ Replies are welcomed on this :)
Currently this remains my most skeptical area to accepting the validity of this research