Children Who Remember Their Past Lives


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The Outer Limits of Inner Truth Explores Why Some Children Remember Their Previous Life Incarnation For the first time ever, we do a Forensic Soul Analysis on Cathy Bryd and her son Christian – both of whom shared a historic past life as mother & son. In addition, we offer tips, insights, and advice to parents who believe their kids may be remembering or are being affected by an earlier life incarnation. Featuring (In Order of Appearance) Tom Shroder / Author of “Old Souls: Compelling Evidence from Children Who Remember Past Lives” Cathy Byrd is the author of the book “The Boy Who Knew Too Much,” Psychic Medium Kerrie O’Connnor Astrologer Constance Stellas Psychic Empath Lisa Caza Extended Bios Tom Shroder Tom Shroder is an award-winning journalist, editor, and author of . His most recent book, “The Most Famous Writer Who Ever Lived: A True Story of My Family,” an investigation into the life of his grandfather, Pulitzer Prize winning author MacKinlay Kantor. Book critic Susan Cheever said, “In writing a history that is also a meditation on writing, Shroder has created a book that is as useful as it is fascinating.” Shroder is also the author of “Acid Test: LSD, Ecstasy, and the Power to Heal,” selected as a Washington Post notable book of 2014. His earlier book, the best-selling “Old Souls,” is a classic study of the intersection between mysticism and science. Shroder is also co-author, with former oil rig captain John Konrad, of “Fire on the Horizon,the Untold Story of the Gulf Oil Disaster.” Sebastian Junger, author of “War” and “The Perfect Storm,” says of Fire on the Horizon, “It’s one of the best disaster books I’ve ever read.. . I tore through it like a novel, but with the queasy knowledge that the whole damn thing is true. A phenomenal feat of journalism.” As editor of The Washington Post Magazine, he conceived and edited two Pulitzer Prize-winning feature stories. His most recent editing project, “Overwhemed: Work, Love, and Play When No One Has the Time,” by Brigid Schulte, was a New York Times bestseller. In addition to being an author and editor of narrative journalism, Shroder is one of the foremost editors of humor in the country. He has edited humor columns by Dave Barry, Gene Weingarten and Tony Kornheiser, as well as conceived and launched the internationally syndicated comic strip, Cul de Sac, by Richard Thompson. With humorist Barry and novelists Carl Hiaasen and Elmore Leonard, he concocted and edited “Naked Came the Manatee,” a satirical serial novel. Cathy Byrd Cathy Byrd is the author of the book “The Boy Who Knew Too Much,” which was released by Hay House on March 21, 2017. The movie rights for this remarkable story have recently been purchased by 20th Century Fox and producer DeVon Franklin who created the movies “Heaven is for Real” and “Miracles from Heaven.” Cathy is a residential real estate broker and mother of two young children who never had aspirations of becoming a writer until her two-year-old son began sharing memories of being a baseball player in the 1920s and ‘30s. What makes this story even more fascinating is that Byrd’s son Christian Haupt has been touted by the international media as being a baseball prodigy since the age of two when he was discovered on YouTube by Adam Sandler for a baseball-playing cameo role in the movie “That’s My Boy.” Shortly after his fourth birthday, Christian became the youngest person to ever throw a ceremonial first pitch at a Major League baseball game and his YouTube baseball videos have now been viewed by more than 15 million people. Christian’s case has been studied by Dr. Jim Tucker from the University of Virginia Medical School department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences. Dr. Tucker has continued the research on children’s past-life memories that was originally started by Dr. Ian Stevenson in 1967. The University of Virginia now has over 2,500 documented cases of children who remember past lives on file.

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