Paul Von Ward, author of The Soul Genome: Science and Reincarnation, wrote from the perspective of a psychologist and interdisciplinary cosmologist. Before becoming an independent scholar and creator of the Reincarnation Experiment, Paul's public career included roles as Protestant minister, U.S. naval officer, American diplomat, U.S. State Department official, and the founder/CEO of Delphi International.
In the first half, Col. John Alexander, along with Victoria Alexander, joined George Knapp for a discussion on alternate realities, and how their frequent trips to South America to meet with healers and shamans have changed their outlook on the world. During the latter half, independent scholar Paul Von Ward talked about key misconceptions harbored by humans as 2012 begins to unfold. ... More »Host: George Knapp
Interdisciplinary cosmologist Paul Von Ward discussed his scientific research on how "advanced beings" (ABs) have influenced our history by shaping our genes & technology, and providing the impetus for modern civilization. Rather than extraterrestrials, he prefers the term ABs, which could include ETs, 'ancient astronauts,' interdimensional beings, as well as advanced Earth species. First hour guest, Dr. Peter Breggin commented on the news that a Canadian judge agreed that Prozac contributed to a teen murder. ... More »Host: George Noory
George Knapp welcomed interdisciplinary cosmologist Paul Von Ward, who discussed reincarnation from a scientific mindset and how this process can help you get in touch with your previous lives. In the first hour, author and actress Shirley MacLaine shared opinions on such topics as 2012, reincarnation, and fear-based religion. ... More »Host: George Knapp
George Knapp was joined by psychologist & cosmologist Paul Von Ward, who discussed the Reincarnation Experiment and explained how past lives can be proven, using the science of biometrics. ... More »Host: George Knapp
Interdisciplinary cosmologist Paul Von Ward discussed his research into reincarnation and its effects on the human personality.Building on the reincarnation studies of Ian Stevenson and Jim Tucker, he synthesized sources from science, religion, hypnosis, and dream therapy to develop his approach. From our past lives, we inherit a legacy-- a "genotype" that informs our personality, knowledge and skills, and predisposes us in specific directions, he said. The reincarnation process is essential for the conscious evolution of a species, as all living organisms move forward into their next lives, Von Ward suggested. He noted that people tend to look like their previous incarnations. This is borne out in photographs he's examined, which show similarities between a person and their purported previous identity. They often have the same general body type, ear forms, hair patterns and hand size proportions, he detailed. Von Ward theorized that the 'psychoplasm', embedded in the ... More »Host: George Noory