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"shanti debbie" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

15:58 min | 7 months ago

"shanti debbie" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Maybe the biggest mystery of all time is what happens to us after we die. Is there in afterlife? Do we come back. Is someone else? After centuries of scientific discoveries and progress we still don't know but a certain phenomenon may hold the answer children who remember living a previous life and whose past life memories turn out to be right. This is supernatural apar- cast original and I'm your host Ashley Flowers every Wednesday. I'll be taking a deep dive into a real unexplained mystery to try and figure out the truth. This week's episode is about Shanti Debbie and Jane's Lining to children who grew up in different parts of the world decades apart but each had memories of a previous life. That were so accurate. Reincarnation is the only way to explain them. You can find all episodes of supernatural and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. And if you like what you're hearing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at Parkas network. The.

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"shanti debbie" Discussed on Unexplained

Unexplained

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"shanti debbie" Discussed on Unexplained

"Is your home in ADT home, get ADT today and help protect from break-ins fi and carbon monoxide for a limited time. Get ADT's lowest rates starting at twenty eight dollars ninety nine cents. You can also take advantage of the ADT go up, which offers safe driving reports and more go to ADT dot com slash podcast to take advantage of ADT's lowest rate with Eddie six-month monitoring contract. Anytime nation, installation fees, applying excludes taxes and fees applies to traditional services only set anarchist excluded licenses available at ADT dot com. Hello. This is Richard McLean Smith creator of unexplained to coincide with the launch of unexplained the book on October twenty fifth to show we'll be touring number festival and bookshops throughout the UK with dates from September twenty eighth to November fourteenth, if you'd like to come and see me or to ask me a question about the show or anything else, be sure to check unexplained podcast dot com forward slash events for more details. welcome unexplained extra with me, Richard McLean Smith for the weeks in between episodes. We look at the stories that for one reason or other didn't make it into the show. In last week's episode here is always somewhere else. We looked at the beguiling story of Shanti Debbie, a young girl from Delhi India who believed she had once lived another life. Debbie's claim was considered so convincing. It was investigated by number of journalists and dignitaries, many of whom were left in no doubt that it was true. When researching his first book in the early nineteen sixties psychiatrist, Dr Ian Stevenson, who dedicated much of his life's work to investigating the possibility of reincarnation traveled to India for part of his study. In just four weeks. He was said to have found twenty five individuals with compelling claims of a past life. Critics of the book argued that such an overabundance of Indian based stories revealed the folly of his word that so many people would claim to be reincarnated. They argued was evidence of a clear cultural bias that readily accepted the apparent phenomena. As fact Stevenson argued in response. It was precisely because it was more widely accepted that possible incidences of reincarnation were recorded. When those from other coaches would instead dismissed the evidence as merely coincidence or the result of a sub-conscious absorption of information. Regardless of what you believe. There is no doubt something fascinating at play at the heart of all reincarnation stories, which is the notion of what it is exactly that is apparently being reincarnated. For some the idea that Shanti Debbie had once lived as a young woman named Luke de by has trying to imagine the experience for ourselves. Dying one day only to reemerge in the mind of the young child. The next. For those more familiar with the Hindu and put his concept of reincarnation. However, the process is not apparently that look deep by was reborn, but rather that a central nameless essence once contained in the body of Luc de by, but very much distinct from what we might ordinarily considered to be her later reemerged in the body shanty Debbie. Either way it is almost impossible to conceive of such a thing without thinking of it in terms of the self. Most of us regardless it, we believe in soul or not, will tend to uphold the importance of the self. That thing, which we feel makes us who we are individual and distinct from others. It might be surprising therefore, to learn that despite how therm you'll sense of self might be that seemingly solid idea of you could well be nothing, but a useful fallacy. On thirty September eighteen forty, eight construction workers. Just south of the town of Kevin dish in Vermont. USA were busy blasting through rock to make way for a new railroad. It had just gone four thirty PM when twenty five year old Forman Phoenix gauge began preparing for the next blast. It was a fairly rudimentary batali dangerous procedure. The Tim volt first boring, a deep and narrow hole into the rock before filling it to part way with explosive powder. The mix within be topped off with sand and all compacted down with three and a half foot long. I and rod gate was just packing the explosives when having been distracted by a co worker, he accidentally scraped the rock as he brought the iron rod down onto the powder. In an instant sparks flying off the rod ignited the powder and caused a catastrophic explosion. The road one and a quarter inches in diameter with rocketed into the air straight into finance, his face penetrating, just under the cheekbone. It dismantled the left Izhak it before shooting through the left side of his brain and out through the top of his head. Gaijin turn was thrown to the floor where he lay on his back convulsing, his left eye bulging out of its socket as the blood poured freely from the giant gaping hole in his head. His co workers rushed to help, but naturally feared the worst. So it was with great surprise. When moments later gage began to talk. Realizing he was still alive. The men dragged him to the nearest ox-cart. Sat him on his back and had him taken to Kevin dish town, three quarters of a mile away. When they arrived at the town's hotel. Fini's walked out the cart himself and was even able to walk up the stairs to a nursing room where he waited patiently for the arrival of the doctor. When physician Edward Williams arrived twenty minutes later, he was shocked and horrified by what he found. Perhaps most surprising, however, was that not only did finished recognize him, but that he seemed completely self aware uttering. The famously understated line doctor here is business enough for you. As gauge recounted the details of the accident Williams washed incredulous as what was left of his brain pulsating from within his skull moments later gauge, got up to vomit causing half a teacup full of his brain to fall onto the floor. Soon after they were joined by Dr John Harlow, who together with Williams, what fast to clear, the extensive wound pulling large fragments of bone and brain from outer gauges skull. After finally staunching the flow of blood hollow made a final examination for more bone finding that he was able to place the entirety of his index finger through the three and a half inch hole without meeting any resistance. The next few weeks proved to be a fraud period of convalescence as the wound became infected and gauge drifted in and out of delirium and consciousness. But by the twentieth of October, with the infection, having cleared up cage was able to get himself in and out of bed. Within weeks. He was taking walks into town and on November twenty. Fifth, only ten weeks after the accident. He was permitted to return to his parents home in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Incredibly despite losing a significant part of his left frontal lobe. Gauges memory seemed completely unaffected by the injury and by eighteen fifty according to Henry Bigelow professor of surgery averred university, he appeared to be quite recovered in faculties of body and mind. According to finish his friends. However, something fundamental had been lost. Though there has been much speculation as to how exactly the injury affected gauge according to Bigalow it attorney, the apparently wants composed and benevolent man into something far more fitful and irreverend who is now prone to indulging in the grossest profanity. Friends apparently found him. So radically changed that they no longer considered him to be finance gauge. We can only speculate as to how much gauge himself thought he had changed from the man. He was prior to the accident. Or if he was even aware of having changed at all. But certainly if we were to swap the fundamental characteristics we hold most true to ourselves with completely opposite characteristics. There are few who wouldn't consider their sense of self to be radically changed. Such an analysis, however, might say far more about what we believe personal identity to be than it does about the truth of who any of his actually are. According

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"shanti debbie" Discussed on GONE

GONE

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"shanti debbie" Discussed on GONE

"Here's something we want you to know about if you are in search of another great storytelling podcast, be sure to check out Richards. Other park cast podcast unexplained mysteries Fags Molly every Thursday on unexplained mysteries my friend Claire, and I dig deep into some of the greatest mysteries of history and life on earth. Already. We've searched for the true subject of the Mona, Lisa and investigated the claims of Shanti Debbie who remembered her past life and they don't take. We don't know for an answer. Some of life's greatest mysteries don't have simple explanations, but does that mean there are no explanations at all and unexplained mysteries is produced by park cast the same team behind gone. So you can expect the same indepth research and high quality audio. You find on our show, be sure to subscribe. See, never miss an episode search for unexplained mysteries on your favorite podcast. Rectory to start listening. Now four, visit park, cast P A R C A S T dot com. Slash unexplained to listen now. Now, let's get back to the story. Let's dive into the theory that all of our Cromwell's head took a bizarre three hundred year journey before being reburied in sixteen sixty. One Oliver Cromwell had been dug up and his remains showcase to the world as a warning, his body tossed into a mass grave and his head placed on a pike is gruesome tale to say the least for twenty five years. Oliver Cromwell's heads stood grotesque indicate atop a pike on Westminster Abbey. During that time, the head was only removed once for roof maintenance before immediately being placed back in its spot. It was at Charles the seconds behest that the head remain unmoved, a symbol for Cromwell, Ian, and Republic sympathizers that the crown was back in charge. What follows is a story put together from various accounts of one man's heads, three hundred year journey, but was the head. Found three hundred years later really Cromwell's or perhaps was it someone else's either way it all began with the storm. Sometime between sixteen eighty five and sixteen eighty nine, a terrible storm hit Westminster as rain and thunder. Pelted the warned building Cromwell's pike started to give the tip of the pike with Cromwell's heads snapped off and tumbled away. Following the realization that Cromwell's head was missing from its perch, a massive hunt and sued posters and pamphlets were issued with the promise of reward yet nothing ever turned up Cromwell's head was lost or was it. Well, it's unclear exactly what happened. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the head was in fact found specifically by a guard at Westminster, though his name is lost time. It is said that this unnamed guard took the head back to his home. Remember his head was embalmed so the flesh would have been more mummified than decayed. Not that that makes the guard taking the head any list disturbing. Rumor had it. The guard who found Cromwell's head was a secret Republic sympathizer and Cromwell fan. The guard feared the head would fall back into the hands of the crown and put back on display. So he hit the head in his chimney where it remained until the year. Seventeen ten. That's Macab. Why not take the head to Cromwell's descendants or even his daughter with her secret tomb? Excellent questions. Keep in mind. This is more anecdotal than proven could be. He didn't know about the secret tomb. Or was just a frayed he'd get in trouble for having it. We can't even be sure that this was Cromwell's head that fell off Westminster Abbey. It could have belonged to either of the two men who were beheaded and piked with Cromwell are ten and Bradshaw though there's no evidence to account for that at the time heads were still being piked, but none had recently been added or removed from Westminster Abbey. So while we can't say for sure, this head is Cromwell's. We do know where the head went next by the turn of the eighteenth century, the old guard was dying. He brought his daughter to his deathbed and confessed that he had Oliver Cromwell's head hidden in a knock in their chimney. He passed the head onto her before finally passing away instead of keeping it. She sold it to a man named Claudius dip. We do que- was a Swiss French collector of rare curiosities and owned a private museum in London. It was internet. Nationally, renowned and popular tourism spot. Do que- displayed the heads starting in his house of oddities around seventeen ten, many famous travelers including Zacharias Conrad von Offenbach known for his world travels in journals, described the head to police museum. When he spoke to about the head deplete claimed he could sell Cromwell's head for sixty Guineas or the equivalent to five thousand pounds today. This astounded Offenbach who couldn't fathom why anyone would want a severed head yet deplete never sold the head and kept it with him until his death in seventeen thirty eight afterwards the head once again changed hands. This time the head fell into the hands of failed comic actor Samuel Russell. He purchased ahead from the latest date of depre- sometime in the seventeen forties Russell claimed to be a descendant citing how the Cromwell's had intermarriage. With the Russell family. Few generations ago for him. Cromwell's head was a family relic despite the bold claim, Russell treated the head more like a prop than sacred. Heirloom Russell would take the head to parties and pass it around over time. The head was damaged further receiving additional fractures and cracks and losing teeth some way to treat your ancestor. I still can't believe he did that with a real human skull. While Russell was using Cromwell as a tool for Buchan Nalia a man named James Cox about the skull and sought to purchase it. Russell refused to part with the skull Cox, persisted as time went on Russell fell, deepened debt. Eventually, he tried to pawn the skull off to Sidney Sussex Cromwell's old alma mater. The school refused not believing the heads off anticipate with nowhere else to turn wrestle finally sold the head to James Cox. Cox was a renowned Goldsmith toy man and clockwork of the time he to owned a museum, but it had closed down by the time he got hold of the skull, many historians who followed Cromwell's head like Jonathan Fitzgibbons who wrote the book Cromwell's head, believe Cox, simply wanted the head to sell it off at a higher price and Cox did salad. So who got the head next you ask? Well, a. Trio of brothers known only as

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