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Reincarnation Is As Much a Fact As the Sun Rising In the East!

Updated on June 8, 2020

One of the most convincing cases of them all which shook critics down to their skeptic core comes from Hexham, England. Two sisters Jacqueline and Joanna Pollock were killed after being run down from a car driven by a drug crazed woman while they were playing on the pavement.

John and Florence Pollock, the unfortunate parents were devastated by this tragedy. In spite of this unbearable pain that they suffered, they pardoned the killer and even wrote her a letter. A year later things took a bizarre turn. While Florence was pregnant John had a vision which he shared with his wife that they would be gifted with twin babies, both of them their lost daughters. While conducting the routine check-up the doctor insisted that there was only one audible heartbeat. John did not lose hope still and kept his faith. He was right! On the 4th October 1958, Mrs. Pollock gave birth to identical girl twins. The first child was given the name Gillian while the second was called Jennifer.

From then on things started getting weirder. One day the father noticed that her new born daughter Jennifer had the exact same marks as his deceased daughter Jacqueline had. Jacqueline had a scar above her right eyebrow which she acquired from a fall she took at the age of three. Jennifer had the same scar. Now john had no doubt whatsoever that his vision was true and that God had been kind enough to bless him and his wife with their lost daughters although as Florence was a stern Catholic she did not share her husband’s enthusiasm. But what followed changed her thinking forever.

When the family visited Hexham a few years later everything they were in for a shock. Although both the girls were very small at the time they remembered mostly all the streets and the roads around the area they were in. they even pointed out that the family was about to reach the local school. Both the girls started reciting memories from their earlier life as if they were distant memories of their current life. They started telling their parents where there old playground was and what it contained. When they approached their old house they recognized it too! Life went on for the family and Florence still had some doubt weather Gillian and Jennifer were in fact her deceased daughters reincarnated.

But one fine day this finally changed forever when John opened up a box of toys that belonged to his lost daughters and took out a few dolls placing them on the bed. The two girls instantly recognized all the dolls and recited their names one by one. This finally convinced their mother that her daughters had actually returned from realm of the dead to reunite with their parents.

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According to the web definition: Reincarnation is the religious or philosophical concept that the soul or spirit, after biological death, can begin a new life in a new body. This doctrine is a central tenet of the Hindu religion. I find it pertinent to mention here that though this might be the popular belief the cases of reincarnation can be found all over the globe. At this juncture i would like to invite the thoughts of my readers on this subject. Please feel free to drop in a line on two on this matter as I would sincerely like to know the opinion of my readers on this subject.


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