Carol Bowman began her research into children's past lives when each of her two children had a spontaneous past life memory. In her quest to understand what had happened to them, she discovered that very little had been written on the subject. So she began to collect cases of other children, write articles, and eventually she wrote her first 2 books, Children's Past Lives and Return from Heaven.
Carol is the world's leading spokesperson in the field of children's past lives. She has made extensive appearances on TV, radio, and has been featured in newspapers and magazines. In addition, Carol has appeared on several national TV programs. Carol has an M.S. in counseling from Villanova University and maintains a past-life oriented counseling practice.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time traveled back to March 18, 1999, when Art discussed the past lives of children with reincarnation expert Carol Bowman. ... More »Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Past life therapist and researcher Carol Bowman shared children's reports of reincarnation including the James Leininger case in which a toddler had memories of being a WWII fighter pilot. It can be therapeutic for children to talk about past life memories, as it may help them overcome phobias or illnesses tied to the former lives, she detailed. Her own son, Chase, had memories at a young age of being a wounded soldier in the Civil War, and declared "I miss my wife and children." In the Leininger case, a 2 ½ year-old boy had specific recall of incidents in WWII. He pointed to a map of Iwo Jima, saying 'that's where my plane went down' (for more on this, see an ABC News report). Another case Bowman recounted dealt with a family who lost a son, and came to believe one of the later children was his reincarnation. The boy knew specific information about the deceased child, had similar markings on his body, and said "I was sick before I died, but came back." The late Dr. Ia ... More »Host: George Noory
Friday night's rebroadcast featured researcher Carol Bowman discussing reincarnation from 4/26/04 during the first hour. Main guest, paranormal investigator Mary Ann explained her work with earthbound spirits in a show that originally aired on 4/28/04. ... More »Host: George Noory
Engineer, novelist, and journalist Wil McCarthy discussed microscopic devices known as "quantum dots" which can act as programmable matter. The technology works by herding electrons into artificial patterns that form new atomic structures, he explained. This opens the door for an enormous number of possible applications where "matter becomes more like software," McCarthy stated. Materials could be changed to make our lives safer and more comfortable, he continued. Citing automobiles as an example, he suggested they could turn soft and spring back during a collision. Soldiers in quantum dot-enabled battle gear might not even resemble a human being, moving in a lightweight shell that could deflect away attacks, detailed McCarthy. The medical field is another promising arena for this technology, he added. ... More »Host: George Noory