Apr 30, 1998 07:44 PM
by Mike Perala
> From: "Marshall Hemingway III" <email@example.com>
> Date: Wed, 29 Apr 1998 21:03:52 EDT
> Subject: Re: Quick reincarnation
> In a message dated 98-04-29 11:38:47 EDT, you write:
> Good question! Many past life regressions have the soul "staying out" about
> ten to twenty years, maybe a hundred at the most, before coming back. Are
> these past life memories accurate? Is Blavatsky's 1,000 to 1,500 year interim
> way off the mark?
> Check out P. Pavri's THEOSOPHY EXPLAINED (1930), on pages 177 and 178. The
> following "criteria" is given for intervals between incarnations.
> 1. Those on the Path -
> 2. Those approaching the Path 3. Gentleman with a keen sense of honour and above average in goodness,
> intellect and religious feeling, the best type of professional men, city-
> merchants and country-gentleman, and others who are well developed and
> altruistic - a 600 to 1000 year interval, 20- to 25 on the Astral Plane.
> The Empire lives in the after-life! Long live Queen Victoria!
Such a neat package!! 8)
Darrens observation about the subjective time sounds interesting...
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