Born 1975-08-22 in Muelheim an der Ruhr (Germany), studied German language and literature, history, geography, law, and ethnography in Tuebingen and Vienna. From 2002-2006 investigation of prophetical dreams on www.wahrtraum.de (one finds that over archive.org). Since 2006 I occupy myself with phenomenons similar to reincarnation on my own account.
Appeal to Intensify Reincarnatology
I suggest to intensify the search for contemporary scientific literature on reincarnation, and to encourage scientists to investigate the subject for the sake of winning a better overview over it. Such work can be done with the help of the humanities. MD Walter Semkiw has begun it, in this way, already, and I wonder why his works aren`t considered scientific, so far, in Wikipedia, for he is an accredited physician. Here are his books:
- Semkiw, Walter, Return of the Revolutionaries: The Case for Reincarnation and Soul Groups Reunited, 2003, ISBN 1-57174-342-1
- Semkiw, Walter, Born Again: Reincarnation Cases Involving International Celebrities, India's Political Legends and Film Stars, 2006, ISBN 81-85250-37-5)
To show the ease of a reincarnatology even more lively, and to reinforce my suggestion, I have put together several German artists, and thinkers, of about 1800 and 1900, according to their probable physiological connection. The mere similarity of both the two whole groups and its single members should be striking enough. For the English, it will probably be especially interesting that Napoleon Bonaparte seems to have got President Harry S. Truman.
Reincarnatology and Historical Pictures
Reincarnatology helps identifying people in portraits, like Shakespeare in the Chandos portrait because of his similarity to Ibsen
Henrik Ibsen in a dictionary of 1905. Under the glasses, the mane, the sideburns there looks out a known face!
The search for contemporary people in the past is often funny: Do we find in Hatshepsut...