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This book describes how a group of people, who had lived and suffered together in the 13th century, re-assembled in the 20th century in a limited area in the west of England.



Independently of each other these people tuned in, with the piercing accuracy of searchlights, to the same tragic events in the Languedoc in the years 1242 to 1244. One of the most remarkable features of the book ...

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Overview

About this book...



This book describes how a group of people, who had lived and suffered together in the 13th century, re-assembled in the 20th century in a limited area in the west of England.



Independently of each other these people tuned in, with the piercing accuracy of searchlights, to the same tragic events in the Languedoc in the years 1242 to 1244. One of the most remarkable features of the book is the description of sketches made by a child of seven. It is clear that in these she too was remembering the same tragic years.



Of this circle of people alive in the 20th century, the author has discovered the mediaeval names and roles of seven of the eight involved. This book, in fact, does for group reincarnation what an earlier book, The Cathars and Reincarnation, did for reincarnation in general.



Though born with a highly developed critical faculty the author regards the material revealed to him as unique. He has written this book to record faithfully an astounding experience and to fulfil the obligation laid on him to provide proof, not only of group reincarnation, but of the indestructibility of the human psyche.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781446490631
  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/31/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 1,010 KB

Meet the Author

Arthur Guirdham was a British physician and author who wrote on ESP and reincarnation and even believeed that he himself had been reincarnated as a Cathar prisest in the 13th century.
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