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Reincarnation, past life regressions, and you (whoever you are)

Meet a man who has a compelling story as to why he believes he is the reincarnation of civil war General John P. Gordon.

Then, a researcher who studies past lives on why reports from children are so compelling.

Finally, sit in with Chion during her past life regression in Old Saybrook.

If you like this episode, you may also enjoy this one we did in October, 2021: What near-death and shared-death experiences tell us about living

GUESTS: 

  • Jeffrey Keene: Retired Assistant Fire Chief from Westport, Connecticut who claims to be the reincarnation of civil war General John B. Gordon. He is the author of Someone Else's Yesterday: The Confederate General and Connecticut Yankee and Fire in the Soul: Reincarnation from Antietam to Ground Zero. His story was researched in the Sci-Fi series, "Proof Positive".
  • James Matlock: Research Fellow at the Parapsychology Foundation, and the author of Signs of Reincarnation: Exploring Beliefs, Cases, and Theory, and the co-author along with Erlendur Haraldsson of I Saw a Light and Came Here: Children’s Experiences of Reincarnation. He is also the creator of the Facebook group, Signs of Reincarnation: Experiences & Research
  • Patty Hall: Hypnotherapist specializing in Past Life Regression therapy and Deep Memory Processing

Jessica Severin de Martinez and Catie Talarski contributed to this show, with help from our interns, Jacob Gannon and Taylor Doyle.

Audacious with Chion Wolf is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts,Spotify,Google Podcasts,Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode!

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Jessica Severin de Martinez is a producer of 'Audacious with Chion Wolf.'
Chion Wolf is the host of the radio show and podcast 'Audacious' on Connecticut Public.
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