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Untersberger
Saturday, August 6th, 2011, 07:43 PM
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Fascinating story of an American boy whom vividly remembers his past life as a USAF Pilot fighting the Japanese in the Pacific. Such is the evidence of his former past life it has been published as a book.
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This is the story of a little boy with verifiable past life memories, and it's mindboggling. James Leininger started having intense, screaming nightmares when he was two years old. His parents, Bruce & Andrea, didn't know what to do to make the nightmares stop, but they paid attention and realized that he was screaming, night after night: Airplane crash! Plane on fire! Little man can't get out! When they asked him who the little man was, he said 'me'.

Even at age two, James was obsessed with airplanes and strangely knowledgeable about them. The details he came up with about the doomed pilot were eerie: his name was also James, he'd flown Corsairs, and his ship was the Natoma. He even identified a crew member by name. Bruce went online (this started in 2000, so the web wasn't as sophisticated as it is now) and started to look for answers to what his son was saying. He learned there was a WWII aircraft carrier in the Pacific theater called the Natoma Bay. It took a lot of searching and digging, but they were able to verify everything James said. The paperback copy I bought has photos of the ship and some of the men who served on it as well as pictures of James and his drawings.

At first the book reads like a paranormal detective story. As the pieces of the puzzle start to fall into place, it becomes an emotional and spiritual journey for James's parents and for the reader. Bruce, a devout Christian, fought hard against the idea that his son was remembering a past life, so we get the skeptic's point of view. Bruce became an expert on the Natoma Bay, even attending the annual reunions and getting to know the vets and their surviving family members. But in the end, it was all about James. The ending is very emotional and heart-warming.

This is just an amazing story about a remarkable little boy, his loving and determined parents and the veterans and family of the Natoma Bay. If you already believe in reincarnation, this book will reinforce those beliefs. If not, it will give you something to think about. We may never be able to prove reincarnation one way or another, but James's memories provide compelling evidence for the theory of past lives. In any case, his story will touch your heart and soul.

Untersberger
Saturday, August 6th, 2011, 09:15 PM
This is a short five minute video regarding the same boy now aged 11. Whatever way to look at this it is truly fascinating. The video gives further details of evidence he could not have known at such an early age but it turns out he did know.

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BritishLad
Saturday, August 6th, 2011, 10:17 PM
I wish I was a Spitfire pilot in my former life!

I dont even have a former life!

Untersberger
Saturday, August 6th, 2011, 10:59 PM
At Mr BritishLad.. Don't say that mate.. I would have no joy having had to shoot you down :shrug

As for another lifetime?

Who Knows ;)

The Horned God
Saturday, August 6th, 2011, 11:25 PM
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........................................ ....................^Is that him on the right now he's an old man? ;)