Dutch Children with Memories of Past Lives

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Throughout history, cultures, and various religions, there have been different forms of beliefs about
life after death. This article brings forward cases and narratives of Dutch children remembering details
and events that they claim are of their previous lives. Stories of reincarnation and memories of a past
life are not often and openly spoken about in the Netherlands. Mainly due to their cultural background
and beliefs. Most cases studied by the Athanasia Foundation have some common features with the
investigations of psychiatrist, Ian Stevenson, namely: “Memories of real past incarnation”
According to (Rivas, 2004) reincarnation has become a rational explanatory concept for
parapsychology and psychical research. There has been progress in the research of reincarnation which
includes the study of Western Cases of the reincarnation types (CORTs) which have similar aspects
found in non-Western countries such as India.
As explained by (Riva, 2020) the fact that children discusstheir past life memories, hardly has an impact
on Western society. According to a study reported in the article (Moraes, 2021), 27% of Western
citizens express their belief in reincarnation, and a slight decrease in Eastern Europe 20%. Amongst
people who claim to be “spiritual but not religious”, 38% believe in reincarnation. Additional variations
are also depicted, being Canadians (72%), Japanese (51%), Mexicans (76%), Iranians (98%), South
Africans (73%), and Indians (65%), of these on average 46% to 60% claim to have “no specific religious
beliefs” while the remaining 40% to 54% indicate their belief. Although the survey only provides an
average, the research highlights that a large part of believers is composed of Asian people with a Hindu
religious background.
Does, therefore, the belief in reincarnation have an objective correlation with with cultural, religious,
and/or spiritual beliefs?

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