K. Paul Johnson and HPB's alleged "untruths"
May 28, 1998 12:31 PM
by Thoa Thi-Kim Tran
> When I first heard Krishnamurti's statement that reincarnation was a
>fact, but not true, what occurred to me is the following:
> Experiments have been done, where, with the proper equipment, it was
>shown that one can pick up what's going on in an individual PC from
>distance of as much as a half a block. Human brains also put out
>measurable (but not yet interpretable) electric activity. Let's take a
>leap, and say what if human brains can also receive this activity, but
>normally cannot interpret it? Then let's go further, and say that the
>human brain retransmits the activity it receives, along with it's own
>activity. This would mean that many, and possibly most, thoughts last
>forever. Now let's say that your brain happens to be "in tune" with a
>person who died a long time ago. Their thoughts would be part of you;
>from your point of view, it would be exactly if you were that person in
>a past life, although it would not appear to be that from their point of
> Or, to put it another way, Humphrey Bogart is dead, but you can still
>see a Humphrey Bogart movie.
This could also apply to picking up the electrical activity of inanimate
objects. There are stories of psychics who help archaeologists by
determining the dates and other details just from holding the object.
Personally, I pick up thoughts from people close to me. I've picked up
Mark's thoughts many times. The latest example was last night when I
dreamt that he was in a horrible car accident. I told him to be careful
today. He said that, yesterday, he almost got into an accident when a
driver swerved in front of him. Thus, it wasn't a precognitive dream (I
hope), but a dream that resulted from picking up his thoughts.
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