Hypnosis has been used by therapists to treat a number of psychological issues. For example: When they ask a young kid about memories of his childhood… The hypnotis accidentally triggered memories of past lives by asking the child this question. So that has raised some great concern by scientist and wondering if we have lived more than one life… or if our soul keeps living.. But below Ill include some of the transcript of the THIRD WITNESS as seen in full on ViewZone and the book is available for purchase on Amazon.com…. Click show below to view the actual transcript… Do some further reading HERE about Reincarnation….
[spoiler intro=”Excerpt from THIRD WITNESS” title=”(Click To Open)”] The Alan Arthur Winston Hypnotherapy Sessions with Edward Peterson
Copyright 1999 Joseph Robert Cowles. All Rights Reserved.
ep: I see gray. It’s gray here through the thick glass.
Everything is just so clear.
aaw: What else?
ep: I see the Earth. Way off.
aaw: And where are you?
ep: I am–on the moon.
aaw: What do you see?
ep: The air is heavy and dank and there’s a condensation on the inside of the walls and I’m looking through a, like a, not like a porthole, but not like glass, and it’s really, really, really thick. And there’s dirt. And there’s a slit in the dirt, it covers it all up, and I’m lookin’ out and I can see the earthrise. That’s very special, because usually we have to keep the shutters down–from all the radiation.
aaw: Do you do work there?
ep: (Clears throat.) I don’t like this thick air, y’know. I like it better up at the station.
aaw: We’ll go up there in–.
ep: But here’s where I work. That’s why I’m here. I get to open the glass ’cause nobody (laughs) knows I’m doin’ it.
aaw: What kind of work do you do?
ep: I mine. I take oxygen out of the soil. It’s good work. I gather up, and dig tunnels, and take all the material back to a smelter. I’m digging, digging, digging, and then I go dump it.
aaw: Are there others?
aaw: Lots of others?
ep: I have a crew of six.
aaw: What is your name?
aaw: Are you from–what country?
ep: I don’t think Earth has countries anymore.
aaw: Where were you born?
ep: I was born at L5. La Grange Point 5.
aaw: Tell me about that.
ep: That’s the fifth of the ten geosynchronous orbit points around the Earth between the Earth and the moon, wherein a space station or any other large ungainly object can be placed in permanent orbit.
ep: As the Earth and the moon move through space, at the L5 point, or the other L points, you’re continually falling around the geophysical center of the gravitational pull of the Earth. And so therefore, in relative motion, you’re still.
aaw: Is L5 a space station?
ep: Yeah. Sure.
aaw: And you were born there?
aaw: Okay. Albert–?
ep: Everybody calls me Al.
aaw: Al. Okay. Al– what do you call the thing you’re riding on?
aaw: And you use it to–?
ep: To dig.
aaw: And then what do you do with what it is you dig?
ep: We take and we dump it through the grate.
aaw: Then what happens to it?
ep: It goes into a furnace. It’s smeltered, and we take out the–silicates are drained off and all the gasses are captured and recirculated through the inverter systems and then bottled and compressed and then we shoot ’em up to the L5.
aaw: When do you get out of here? How long is your shift?
ep: Shift? We come down here for about three weeks at a time.
aaw: You mean you stay down there for three weeks at a time?
aaw: Where do you sleep?
ep: In the racks.
aaw: Where are the racks?
ep: Back in the quonset hut.
aaw: In the–?
ep: Quon–in the hut.
aaw: The hut? Quonset hut?
ep: Yeah. We call ’em that ’cause that’s how they look on the inside. Like big pipes, kinda.
aaw: Is it like a dormitory, or–
ep: Well, yeah.
aaw: –bunkhouse, or–?
ep: Everything’s there, though.
aaw: Everything’s there?
aaw: What about your cooking, your meals?’
ep: Yeah. That’s where we do it all.
aaw: Do you cook, or does somebody cook for you?
ep: Oh, we all take turns.
ep: ‘S not much to it. Y’just pop it in the microwave a sec.
aaw: Is it frozen?
ep: Some of it. Not all of it.
aaw: How is it–?
ep: Like freeze-dried.
aaw: Freeze dried.
ep: Little packets.
ep: Sometimes they rip and tear, and they’re screwed up. You gotta look at ’em.
aaw: How many people did you say were on–?
aaw: Six on your team. Are there more than one team at a time?
ep: Never. Not in the tunnels. You don’t go puttin’ anybody into dangers you don’t got to.
aaw: So one team at a time, and you stay for three weeks–
aaw: –and then the other three weeks, what do you do?
ep: It’s three on, one off, three on, one off.
aaw: Three on, one off.
aaw: During that one, what do you do?
ep: We recreate. (Laughs.) That’s a silly name for it, but you just, uh–
aaw: How long have you been doing this?
ep: What d’ you mean?
aaw: This job–
ep: Oh. This is what I trained for.
aaw: You trained to do this?
aaw: Did–was it like going to school?
ep: I’m a reclamation analyst.
aaw: Say again?
ep: I’m a reclamation analyst. I run the team. I make sure that our quality is up. In other words, we don’t want to ship any distorted gasses or anything like that, and we have to make sure all the pressurization is right in each of the tanks, ’cause if it’s too high or too low when it goes through compression and ejection from the surface, it might blow up or spin, and you can’t have a tank out there floatin’ around, it’ll bump into somebody or they’ll run into it and that’ll screw everything up.
aaw: Look around you where you are now–
aaw: –and describe the area in which you are working.
ep: It’s like a tunnel, a half-tunnel. And as we go along, we dig, and then about every three meters or so we put up another cross-member, and bolt it together. Comes in three pieces. And we dig, and we keep going. And then, eventually–sometimes we join up with other tunnels–but then eventually, they come along behind us and start converting it into habitat, or put the grow lights in, start the farming.
aaw: All under the soil?
aaw: The ground. Is the soil–?
ep: ‘S gotta be guarded from the radiation bursts an’ stuff.
aaw: Radiation bursts? Where do they come from?
ep: From the sun.
aaw: Oh, like the flares?
ep: Yeah. Sun spots. You get big bursts of radiation. ‘Specially if they’re at this blocking from the magnetic field [undecipherable] the burst comes and the magnetic field will flux it out and away and then–it’s like you’re behind the Earth, in the shadow, see, and so then you’re gettin’ zero, and then you pop out into high concentrations, and so you gotta be real ready for that, you don’t have much time sometimes.
aaw: Do you know when they’re gonna happen?
ep: Oh, yeah. It’s all charted out. But still, people screw up.
aaw: Do you like working here?
ep: I like working here because I think what I’m doing is good and important.
aaw: Are they colonizing the moon?
ep: Colonizing. That’s an interesting word. But I guess–it’s a good word.
aaw: Well, you said they’re putting in grow lights and–?
ep: Yeah. They run lights down the middle of the tunnels.
aaw: Yes. And then–?
ep: Then you scoop the tunnel out. Kinda make it concave, but not round. Like the other half of the tunnel.
ep: And they bring in tiers. Take silicate. Pour it into forms, make tiers. And then they plant in the tiers. Run nutrient underneath. So that the whole system is sealed. You reclaim everything.
aaw: Hydroponics, sort of.
ep: Yeah. You gotta laz the ground to seal it off.
aaw: You have to what?
ep: Laz the ground.
aaw: What does that mean?
ep: We take lasers and superheat the rock and seal it off. We melt it just a little. It’s kinda, it’s heavy but delicate, sort of. ‘S hard to–. ‘S like you gotta have a touch. You can’t just do it or you get big pock marks, you blow somethin’ up. Then you gotta be careful how much gas you release, ’cause the laser releases gas.
aaw: Do you wear masks and gear when you do that? Breathing masks?
ep: When we’re doin’ that we’re on full suit.
aaw: What about your regular work? Do you have protection against dust and things?
ep: Yeah. We’re in suits, but we’re exposed, y’know. They’re just masks and stuff. It’s not like a sealed suit.
aaw: D’you mind if I ask you some real personal questions?
ep: Hmm. No, why?
aaw: How–where do you go to the bathroom?
ep: In the tube.
aaw: What tube?
ep: There’s a tube in the suit, if you’re wearin’ a sealed suit.
aaw: Yes. And then what happens? How does it get emptied out?
ep: You can change the suit, then you change your diaper.
aaw: Oh. Okay. I’d like you to tell me about what it’s–.
ep: Gotta save it all.
aaw: What happens to it? What do you do with it?
ep: You reclaim it. Everything’s reclaimed. All waste is reclaimed.
aaw: What do they do with it?
ep: They put it through separators. I don’t know, that’s other people’s jobs, but they put it through separators, basically. All the fecal material goes back for composting and separation [undeciherable] and stuff like that. And then the urine’s just pretty much saved. The diapers have silicone crystals in it, and then they use that stuff, you spread it out, and then the vapor comes off it, then they add something to it, I don’t know, and reclaim the water, and then part of that’s what’s used to set up irrigation drips and stuff. Just, you got to keep the salinity content well under pH, though.
aaw: Are they planning to bring a lot of people to live here?
ep: There’s already a hell of a lot of people here.
aaw: How many people are here?
ep: There’s eight thousand, in the city proper.
aaw: How long has the city been there?
ep: Since after the war.
aaw: What war?
ep: I don’t know the name of it. The war. We just call it the war.
aaw: What happened in the war? Where was the war? On the moon?
ep: No. The war was on the world.
aaw: On the world. Earth?
aaw: Was this a war between, well, a war from outside the Earth? Was it a war of the people on the Earth?
ep: Oh, yeah.
aaw: What was the result of that war?
ep: Lot of people decided it was a lot better off livin’ up here than down there. Kooks got a hold of the bombs and stuff.
ep: Kooks got a hold of the bombs.
aaw: Kooks got the bombs.
ep: Yeah. You gotta be careful up here. They screen everybody, but occasionally we get some kooks up here.[/spoiler]
That transcript above is really interesting and shows that it could be possible that we lived in the past and “maybe” see into the future. It’s weird what the child says above about the moon and the war… So is this kid full of it? Or does he really know what he’s talking about? Ill be including some of these weird cases below…
Little James Leininger’s Story
By Gary Vey
James Leininger was not yet 2 years old when he began to have terrible nightmares. His parents knew he would outgrow them, but his screams frightened them. When they would come to his bedside, they often found him on his back, kicking his legs in the air and thrashing his arms — as if he were trying to escape from an imaginary box. He would also yell some garbled words that his parents could not understand.
When he was three, his Mom heard the words more clearly. “Airplane crash. On fire! Little man can’t get out!”
James had played with toy airplanes but he had never fantasized about them crashing or burning. He wasn’t exposed to war movies on television or in the cinema. His parents were puzzled. The boy’s nightmares seem to have started shortly after his father took him to visit a Dallas flight museum, containing some vintage aircraft, when the boy was just 18 months old. But why?
As his fascination with airplanes continued, so did his nightmares. His parents bought him more toy model airplanes to play with, thinking he would soon find other interests. They noticed that when he approached his toy sit-down airplane [right], he would perform a walk-around inspection before he got in — just like a real pilot. Once his mother gave him a model with what appeared to be a bomb on the underside. When she pointed this out to her son he immediately corrected her, telling her it was a “drop tank.”
The boy also claimed he served on a battleship and he gave a name of Jack Larson who did really did fly an airplane on that same ship he claimed to be a “member” of.. Now if that’s not weird, then I don’t know what is…You can read more at ViewZone and watch this video below…
Case of Captain Robert Snow
By Gary Vey
Robert Snow avoided using psychics in his police work. The idea was totally lame to him and after 35 years on the force he wouldn’t even talk seriously to anyone about it. But a buddy “dared” him to go to a past life regression therapist and explore the “unknown.” At first he agreed but then put it off for as long as he could. He was quite sure that his mind was too strong and would never allow him to be hypnotized. But he was wrong. Soon after sitting on the couch of Dr. Mariellen Griffith, a psychtherapist with 15 years of experience, Snow was experiencing visions of his former lives.
Yes, Snow had many lives, but one in particular impressed him so much that he couldn’t stop thinking about it. It was so vivid — so real — that he began to doubt his sanity. Surely the images he saw were from a movie he’d seen, something he had read about or imagined… but even then, they were so strange. Where did they come from? He had to know. So he used his investigational skills to find the truth.
The strong vision that he had was of a 19th Century artist’s studio.
“I have a small display case and a file cabinet … I am so lonely … I think I am an artist — the whole place is filled with paintings … I’m painting a portrait of someone. I don’t like doing portraits … I need the money.” — from tape recording of Snow’s regression.
He would later describe that he was painting a portrait of a hunchbacked woman. His descriptions continued.
“I don’t think Amanda could have children. I mean we don’t have children … I’m ordering a glass of wine now … The doctor said the blood clot killed her.”
The weird part about this is that he was on vacation in New Orleans and he seen this painting of this hunchbacked woman and his memories instantly came back to him…He said that this woman’s name was Amanda and this is the one who really did die from a blood-clot.. There is a lot more to this story but you can read more at ViewZone or watch this video below…