The more input, the more chances that something will eventually match something else.Have you watched RVing the Future? Then you'd know Mr. Schwartz combined viewing data from thousands of RVers. I'm aware that the future is a pretty fluid state, so that's why I liked the input from so many viewers.
The problem is that correlations alone don't prove the hypothesis that people can "remote view" into the future. For example, their could be some unknown and undetected third party involved that becomes aware of the data and then makes it happen at some future point.In re: to rebirth, the data is overwhelming. Over 2,000 verified cases of detailed experiences from past lives recounted by children. There are adult cases as well, but these have not been as systematically studied as the kids'. The unverified cases are probably in the thousands as well, so to some extent the data can just be said to be incomplete.
The world is definitely a stranger place than a lot of people want to admit. I'm not going to get into a discussion here about "the Almighty". I will only say that being "mighty" is not the same as being good, honest or intelligent. Those all tend to get tacked-on after the fact on the assumption that they're true — without any supporting evidence other than various scriptures, virtually all of which contradict those claims.Rebirth, to me, is the most profoundly fair & loving way to ease living beings along on their individual journeys. It, like near-death experiences, teach us that the Almighty forgives & loves always, our choices are our own, & we learn at different rates. Admittedly, there are some strange, unexplained things, but that is there to keep our lives & wonder active.
Maybe — but whatever "you" thinks it exists in whatever "afterlife" there might be, is not really you. The best it can be is a copy.The after life or the in-between life offers even profounder mysteries, but far too many exalted beings have gone to great trouble to reassure their commoner spirit-brothers & sisters that they are watched over, forever guided, & eternally loved. Love & wisdom is the guiding Light in the vast darkness.
Thanks, but I've been down this path a hundred times. I don't need to revisit the same concepts to evolve my thinking on it. I either need someone to provide coherent reasons why my current conclusions are in error, or references to other people who recognize the same problems and are working on finding new explanations for the experiences and phenomena associated with them. In recent years there's been a little bit of evolution along those lines, but most people's paradigms are still stuck in tradition and superstition.You might get some fascinating info from Walter Semkiw, MD, on rebirth, just for a start. You can find him on UTube & w/ Jeffrey Mishlove's New Thinking Allowed. There's an anthropologist whose name escapes me now, but he's on Mishlove's list as well. I'll let you know if I find it. Good Journeying to U!