QUANTUM PHYSICS AND REINCARNATION
‘A Love Reborn’ explores the quantum physics of reincarnation and immortality
Is there a scientific basis for reincarnation?
Is immortality possible?
Are second chances a reality?
The belief in reincarnation has been with us a long time and is still a legitimately held belief in Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism. The Catholic Church held reincarnation as true until the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD when Church doctrines were standardized and all references to the belief were removed.
But there is support for this belief in immortality, even from the scientific world. Modern quantum physicists have scientific findings to support the theory of immortality through reincarnation.
Dr. Jim Tucker recently made the shocking claim that our souls can live on after death. In Dr. Tucker’s book, ‘Life After Life: A Scientific Investigation of Children’s Memories of Previous Lives’, he reveals what he learned from 15 years of interviews with 2,500 children who showed evidence of knowledge of prior lifetimes.
Speaking to NPR, Dr. Tucker said: “Some leading scientists in the past, like Max Planck, who’s the father of quantum theory, said that he viewed consciousness as fundamental and that matter was derived from it. … in that case, it would mean that consciousness would not necessarily be dependent on a physical brain in order to survive, and could continue after the physical brain and the body dies.”
Reincarnation is the ultimate immortality. In ‘A Love Reborn’ archaeologist Phoenix Donovan explores an ancient site that was her home in a long-ago incarnation. Other players from that lifetime slowly appear: a lover, a murderer, and a book of power. Given the ultimate ‘do-over’, Phoenix again faces a threat that ended her life once before.”
Past lives. Immortality.
Quantum physics provides the scientific basis.
Our hearts give us the spiritual desire.
Memories are the artifacts.