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A New Life - In A Different Body

Visiting the Lone Star Flight Museum, James Leininger went over to a World War vintage Navy Corsair fighter plane and walked around as though he was conducting a pre-flight check like pilots normally does before boarding the aircraft they were about to fly. He was familiar with the technical names of the Corsair's equipment and their functions. He knew the wartime history that Corsairs flew from the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Natoma Bay in March 1945 during the Battle of Iwo Jima. He knew the difference between the famous Japanese Zero fighter and the smaller Tony fighter aircraft and later mentioned that during that battle he had shot down a Japanese Tony aircraft. However, James was born April 10, 1998 -- fifty-three years after the battle.

At the age of two, James began having nightmares. According to Soul Survivor, "On May 1, 2000, when James was just over 2 years of age, Andrea [his mother] heard her son’s voice pierce the night’s calm: “Airplane crash! Plane on fire! Little man can’t get out!” Andrea ran to his bedroom and saw James struggling. “He was lying there on his back, kicking and clawing on the covers, like he was trying to kick his way out of a coffin.” The same nightmare kept recurring four to five times a week. After one nightmare, Andrea recalled: “He was lying there on his back, kicking and clawing on the covers, like he was trapped in a plane.” James was crying out: “Airplane crash! Plane on fire! Little man can’t get out!” When Andrea asked who the little man in the plane was, James replied: “Me” When Bruce [the father] asked James who shot his plane down, James stated, “The Japanese.” When he was asked how James knew that it was the Japanese who shot down his plane, he replied: “The big red sun.”

The parents went from being mistified by the young child's intimate knowledge of a World War 2 event to gradually exploring the possibilty and then accepting that their son's soul had been reincarnated from a previous person -- a Navy pilot killed when his Corsiair was hit by Japanese anti-aircraft fire. The parents kept researching and that took them to a Navy crew reunion of the U.S.S. Natoma Bay in 2002 where many of James' detailed memories were confirmed. "One of the people who James saw at the Nimitz museum was Bob Greenwald, who he recognized on sight and who he named correctly. When Bruce asked James how he knew that this man was Bob Greenwald, James said he had recognized Bob’s voice" according to Soul Survivor.

The deceased avitor was James Huston, Jr. Interestingly, before James and family knew his identity, James had started to sign his name as James3 explaining that he was the third James.

James' parents also located the surviving sister of the World War 2 Navy aviator whose name was James Huston Jr. "Andrea Leininger was able to use census and other records to find the family of James Huston, Jr. She learned a surviving sister, Anne Huston Barron, was living in Los Gatos, California. Anne was 84 years old when Andrea contacted her," according to Soul Survivor. In a phone conversation, Anne confirmed the details James had remembered of that family's lives were correct.

This account of this reincarnation was accurately researched and confirmed by multiple sources including the surviving crew men of the U.S.S. Natoma Bay when they met young James fifty-seven years after aviator James died in battle.

Web article credits: Derived: Past Life Memories in Childhood, Researchers: Bruce and Andrea Leininger, video provided below, From: Soul Survivor, article by Walter Semkiw, MD from Born Again.      Read this complete video article and the source of this information at: CLICK HERE for Past Life Memories


Exploring Possible Galatic Space Life

“One great leap toward the possibility of life, including intelligent life, in the universe," said UC Berkeley astronomer Geoffrey Marcy, who worked on a new study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The new planetary study used the Kepler space telescope, NASA's primary planet-hunting tool l to gather the data over several years. A Nov. 4, 2013 Los Angeles Times Newspaper article explained, “Since its launch in 2009, Kepler has helped uncover a "bewildering variety" of alien worlds throughout the Milky Way, said William Borucki, lead scientist for the Kepler mission at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif. Many in this strange menagerie — which includes mini-Neptunes and super-Jupiters — are not like any of the planets in our solar system. Some distant planets may be composed entirely of water; others have densities greater than iron or lower than Styrofoam.”


In 1960, one of the leaders in technically exploring spece, Dr. Frank Drake, had joined the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. At the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence conference (SETI) in 1961, he demonstrated his formula of a complex set of mathematical calculations to estimate the number of intelligent communicating civilizations possible in just the Milky Way galaxy. Drake’s work is primarily directed toward detecting and sending radio signals for direct communication. Any planetary radio signals detected today on earth could have been traveling for unknown light years.

The Drake Equation is important because it considers a variety of Milky Way factors including the estimated 100 billion stars, number of stars with planetary systems, how many planets would be able to sustain life, how much life would be intelligent life and of those how many could communicate. A source calculated there were possibly as many as 10,000 Intelligent Civilizations in the Milky Way. It is also still important because it opens scientific discussions about the likelihood of other life out there.

Fifty six years later, in 2016 an updated analysis of the Drake equation provided a new layer of understanding of possible far off civilizations. Marc Dantonio, Exoplanet Researcher, in a The Huffington Post article. explained the new analysis “doesn’t make the Drake obsolete but instead creates another ‘new edition’ that helps us predict the probability of detecting other civilizations,” The expanded knowledge of space in those 56 years due improved technologies and man’s journeys into space have enhanced the Drake Equation concepts. He reported that a ‘new edition’ equation study by Sara Seager, astrophysicist and planetary scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, concluded, “our galaxy alone has between 100 and 400 billion stars. So on the low end of the estimate of only 100 billion stars her analysis predicts just over 6.5 million possible civilizations and at the higher end estimate of 400 billion stars in the galaxy, 26 million possible systems with intelligence are predicted. What does this all mean? It means, significantly, that science is on the side of those who suspect that there is other reasonably intelligent life in the Universe.”



Galatic Time Lines

The term “other reasonably intelligent life” could become a very conservative assessment. Much is unknown. Any of those civilizations could be vastly more advanced than what we have on earth. Advanced life forms from other worlds may have observed and visited earth over a long periods and continue to do so. Discoveries by archaeologists worldwide over several centuries have led to strong beliefs that during the human history of the earth, humans interacted with advanced visitors from other planets possibly including other from galaxies. For most earth humans today, those history time lines are difficult to imagine.

Erich von Daniken in Chariots Of The Gods, said: “…the earth’s crust was formed about 4,000,000,000 years ago. Yes, and all that science knows is that something like man existed 1,000,000 years ago! And out of that gigantic river of time it has managed to dam up only a tiny rivulet of 7,000 years of human history…But what are 7,000 years of human history compared with the thousands of millions of years of history of the universe?”.

It should be considered very possible that other life form visitors from the reaches of space have successfully traveled to observe or visit this earth. Their technical skills and their physical compositions may be highly developed and overcame the challenges of space and time. In comparison, the earth people's experience in space is still in its infancy. Earth human’s levels of knowledge, our technologies and human body compositions could be regarded as primitive by any advanced planetary visitors. Putting Earth's human history into perspective. the first known human explorer, Columbus, crossed the Atlantic Ocean from Europe to North and South America only 524 years ago. Wright's flight in the air by a powered device occurred only 113 years ago. Meantime, there has been ample historical evidence of alien Visitors observing the earth and its inhabitants. What if they had watched from their spacecraft as Columbus crossed the Atlantic and Wright flew a distance of 120 feet?. Would they have been impressed?



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