“Is There A Connection Between Birthmarks And Reincarnation?”
Ramtha on the significance of birthmarks

“Port-wine stain visible on the head of Mikhail Gorbachev,
one of the most famous individuals with such a birthmark”
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– “Is There A Connection Between Birthmarks And Reincarnation?”
“Dr. Ian Pretyman Stevenson (1918 – 2007), a Canadian American psychiatrist became known internationally for his research into reincarnation. He believed that not only emotions, memories but also physical injuries in the form of birthmarks, can be transferred from one life to another. His theories were based on the studies of 210 cases of children. In time he became convinced that birthmarks hold some significance to a past life.

In his science paper Birthmarks and Birth Defects Corresponding to Wounds on Deceased Persons, Dr. Stevenson wrote that “almost nothing is known about why pigmented birthmarks (moles or nevi) occur in particular locations of the skin. The causes of most birth defects are also unknown.

About 35% of children who claim to remember previous lives have birthmarks and/or birth defects that they (or adult informants) attribute to wounds on a person whose life the child remembers.

Among 895 cases of children who claimed to remember a previous life (or were thought by adults to have had a previous life), birthmarks and/or birth defects attributed to the previous life were reported in 309 (35%) of the subjects.

The birthmark or birth defect of the child was said to correspond to a wound (usually fatal) or other mark on the deceased person whose life the child said it remembered.”

“In his book Reincarnation and Biology: A Contribution to the Etiology of Birthmarks and Birth Defects Volume 1: Birthmarks Dr. Stevenson presented his comprehensive research on this subject,” quoting
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– Ramtha: “Birthmarks, the scars of who we were”
“We will become what we left off being our last life. We will bear the birthmarks, the trauma, the emotion, and the scars of who we were. We will be reincarnated into bodies that are programmed to bring up to our mind immediately what we are supposed to do.

How many of you developed moles and birthmarks long after you were born? How many have developed some recently or in the last ten years? Medical science will tell you that that is a genetic evolution or it is a mutation from the environment, but I will tell you it is not. The appearance of moles and strange markings on the body, that have been referred to in the past as birthmarks, are marks of attitudinal memory. As attitudes develop, they develop markedly in the lightbody and will appear suddenly in the physical body as a spot or smear or red mark. These attitudes are also the same attitudes in previous lifetimes that marred you in that life, for example, walking the same timeline potential that perhaps caused you to be shot by a weapon in a recent world war. A mole or a red mark is an attitudinal, emotional memory of an emergence or a wound from the last life or one prior.

The attitude that comes up in the lightbody will manifest the same attitude of the most recent lifetime. Moles are shot wounds. Red streaks are knife wounds. Many varied spots with wrinkled tissue are fire wounds. They are emotional scarring of the physical body.”
– Ramtha
May 13, 2000
Yelm, WA.
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