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Karma and the Previous Life of Famous Personalities: An interesting and insightful approach of our world

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Karma and the Previous Life of Famous Personalities: An interesting and insightful approach of our world

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May 22, 2014
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The metaphysical system of Karma suggests a generalised application of the law of cause and effect through which we try to explain the paradox of a well-intending person facing hardship in life while another, even a badly-meaning person, appears to be leading an easy life.
This is the destiny we create for ourselves, as a result of the judgment of our acts in our present and past lives. We experience the consequences of our past lives but this does not imply an irreversible sentence for the rest of our life because karma is not a law of punishment. It is indicative of the love of the creator towards his creation, us. This is because it allows us to set ourselves free from our past, set a new course to our lives and partake in the cosmic perfection. Seen that way, knowledge of the past lives of certain people might prove particularly useful, so that we can either emulate them or steer away from the mistakes that have cost them dearly.
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Karma and the Previous Life of Famous Personalities - Aggil Loupescou

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Prologue

by Dr N. Tsilimigakis, MD

[1]

I

have known Ms Aggil Loupescou for many years. She is a unique person, who, due to her amazing capacities becomes a capable aid of medical science and a significant researcher as regards prevention, diagnosis and correct treatment.

We collaborate on research regarding diseases which have no clinical symptoms and conduct experiments together. Her capacities are impressive, or better still, wondrous.

When she told me that she was about to write a book on reincarnation and the past lives of famous personalities, I wanted to know all sorts of information she would offer in her ‘record-book’ of the past millennium and I asked her to be the first to read it.

The first pages of the book, as you will also come to see, are full of information about the wonderful world that concerns both sides of human existence, speaks all languages of the soul and through its journey, brings to life every single one of its reincarnations innumerable times.

My experiences drawn from our cooperation are numerous and this type of research is yet another link to the chain of life, which in itself requires further research.

Hypnosis helped us many times to enter through the ‘windows of thought’ into the ‘rooms of being’, i.e., to follow a path from the conscious being to the subconscious one, and see the causes that triggered diseases long before any symptoms surface, and which even the latest technology equipment was unable to diagnose.

There were cases where predispositions for serious chronic diseases, such as obesity, neuroses, even dysfunctions of important organs, were due to some previous state of existence of the persons we were examining.

These predispositions could be diagnosed only by Ms Aggil Loupescou on first sight. Particularly when under hypnosis, she could analyse everything about them contrary to the readings by machines which showed no indication whatsoever.

I therefore know beforehand and with certainty that this book will send you messages of optimism regarding knowledge of your existence and will liberate you once and for all, from the unbearable burden of the fear of death.

Prologue

by the Author

T

he first edition of the present book titled The previous lives of famous personalities with the subtitle methods and experiences in two worlds took place in 2000 and sold out very fast.

Its second edition had to wait enough because I unceasingly continue to research all about our past lives and in the meantime, new data came forth and new thoughts prevailed, which I thought had first to be evaluated and presented in the second edition.

Thus, I thought that a reorganization of the Introduction of the first edition was in order, as well as dropping information which was included in my other books[2], make more extensive reference to Karma and show techniques of its realisation and transcendence. In the second part of the book, I decided to present a number of lives with more information than others.

This distinction does not devalue the meaning of Karma for any life but permitted me to gain some space and concern myself with the past lives of more people, so that the reader will be able to survey more cases and draw her/her conclusions more effortlessly.

The complete book is a record of my systematic effort to approach truth and the results of the research that I conducted, searching by means of hypnosis to find traces of past existences of important personalities of our everyday lives. Whatever is written about those people is just as true as the story that they wrote in the past and are still writing in their present.

The successful completion of this cumbersome and arduous effort is primarily due to my faith to God and the immortality of the soul.

Indeed, this faith is the necessary and sufficient condition for the study of supernatural or metaphysical phenomena. Faithlessness readily annuls every effort to enter and understand the spiritual – psychic world, every effort to communicate with the existing immaterial entities.

My teachers were devotees of the western thought and had studied metaphysical philosophy in India. They all shared a deep faith in God and absence of all evil. Every one of them constantly repeated to me that the main goal of psychic research is to help our fellow beings.

This is precisely the goal of the present book: to send the light of truth to its readers, to reduce the darkness of ignorance, to unbind them from fear and prejudice. It carries my belief in life after death, my belief in re-embodiment (reincarnation) and my belief that researching the past lives of every person can reveal causes founded in the depths of our psychic world and trigger various problems.

Their diagnosis may help people who suffer from torturing obsessions or other problems, improve on their social demeanour, understand what causes their inner conflicts, and cure themselves from the pain that the classical treatment methods cannot alleviate.

On this paper, with the pencil piercing its fibres, I surrender to the reader not just a statement of my soul but the imprint of knowledge that will offer him or her actual help in his or her life.

Aggil Loupescou

Kifissia 2014

PART A

Introduction

Metaphysics, the science of life after life

T

he sum total of the issues under examination in this book belongs to the discipline of Metaphysics, which is a branch of Philosophy.

The subject matter of Metaphysics is everything that exists and aims at determining the initial causal principles of living beings and of all that occur, the occurrences.

Naming this branch of philosophy as metaphysics is probably due to a coincidence. During the middle of the first century BC, the dean of the Peripatetic School, Andronicus of Rhodes, in his attempt to categorise the works of Aristotle, he categorised those works dealing with ontological issues along with the treatises on nature, assigning the name ‘meta ta physics’ or ‘metaphysics’. Aristotle himself named his work Philosophy, with the Primary philosophy being the theological one.

Later, the word Metaphysics, acquired a different context, along with the change of the prefix ‘meta’, which no longer meant a series or sequence and came to mean the beyond or the neighbouring area.

The varied issues that consist the subject matter of Metaphysics cause it to overlap with many other disciplines, such as philosophy of knowledge, Logic, Ethics, Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Science.

My personal motive to develop an interest in Metaphysics was my belief that in human life, there is no beginning or end and that death resembles sleep and dreams. Its true meaning is: I shall be reborn. We come, we sleep, we wake up and sleep again.

Death does not really exist, nor can it ever exist. It is a game of appearances beyond any truth.

The faith that life does not end with physical death is rooted in deep antiquity and has never been seriously challenged to date.

In modern times, the great thinker Victor Hugo asserted that the grave does mark the end. It is the beginning. It is not an impasse, but an avenue that leads from the darkness to the light. The dead are alive and take part in our own struggle.

Also the French thinker K. Arnie believed that death under no circumstances denotes loss of consciousness and personality. The survival of the soul, which today is based on Metaphysics, shall be an issue for biology in a short while.

The internationally renowned Professor Hodgson, at Cambridge University, honestly admitted to having carried out research based on his materialistic convictions, not believing to anything about life after death. But today, he admits, I firmly believe in the existence of life after death, Truth was given to me in a way that could not be doubted. Sir Barrett, Professor of Physics at the University of Dublin, writes: I am fully convinced, that all those who have ever lived on this earth, may communicate and do communicate with us. I thank God because He allowed a corner or the canopy to be lifted.

Further, the well-known physiologist for his studies on operant conditioning, the Russian Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, had thoroughly immersed himself in spiritualism and occultism and asserted already from the nineteenth century that every one of us who studied metaphysical phenomena cannot deny their existence or reject them. We have been corrupted by science and believe only in natural phenomena, we do not believe in the secret of life, in the mystery which is unfolding before our very eyes, because its acceptance would mean our radical transformation in dealing with life, death, philosophy and science in general.

It is also particularly difficult for any one to ignore the thoughts and opinions of the great scientist Robert Oppenheimer, who rightfully was given the title ‘the conscience of science’. He accepted that after natural death, we continue to exist in an eternal form and did not deny the presence of psychological phenomena, that have not been researched by the natural sciences and cannot yet be explained, nor did he deny the possibility of spiritualist or clairvoyant communication. Cannot there be, he asked communications amongst people without any words spoken or other optical means of communication?

The great inventors Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Edison also believed in metaphysical phenomena, while current warm supporters of metaphysics are the ex-President of the United States, G. Bush, who funds a pertinent research centre, as well as the wife of another ex-US President, Hilary Clinton.

Since the last century, Metaphysics developed separate departments from Philosophy across universities in many countries, and the efforts to approach the transcendental Being and through spiritualism decode the signals coming from the area of the absolute, the Beyond, have been intensified.

The belief that soul pre-exists, survives bodily decomposition and is subjected to continuous consecutive reincarnations due to the law of evolution and development has remained unshakable throughout the centuries. Earth is the great refinery, from which all souls will exit clean.

Whichever souls do not exit clean, they will be subjected to re-entering and keep on doing so that until they also become purified.

Let me stress that we do not as yet have all the answers to the rising questions on our life after death. But the posing of problems should not deter or disappoint us. Plato had said that if we knew the answer to a problem, there would be no problem. But if we could not fathom its solution, we would not know what we were looking for, and ended up finding nothing. It is therefore permissible to aim at scientific discoveries, without knowing precisely what we are looking for, because deeper knowledge of scientific conditions guides the onset of research. Positive questioning has always lead to the pursuit of knowledge and the only evil that hinders its approach, as Socrates said, is ignorance.

What we certainly can no longer have any doubts about is that without the soul, the body does not live nor can it feel. The human being is the embodiment of soul. The soul is invested in the body and becomes human.

By means of death, matter decays or, according to Einstein’s theory on the preservation of matter, matter becomes energy, but the soul continues its developmental course and lives eternally.

It does not seem logical for it to be subjected to suffering due to whatever is happening in the perceivable world, since its escape from the body is at the same time its salvation from worldly suffering. It does not however remain a passive bystander of whatever is going on here. On the contrary, there is much experimental proof that it struggles to create better conditions for the inhabitants of this planet.

A human being should not be afraid in his or her life, either of death or anything else, and the only thing worth aiming at in his or her life is to achieve spirituality of the highest calibre. To achieve this, he or she must reject his or her negative feelings, engage only in good deeds and harbour feelings of love, compassion and respect for every living being. It is necessary that this should be the goal of life for a human being, if he or she wants to ‘awaken’ after this life into a superior incarnation.

Only in this way, to remember Andre Marie de Chenier, our soul, when parting from the body, will take with it the best of impressions from this earthly life to accompany it for ever. Only in this way, as the poet wrote, blood becomes Light and runs through our translucent veins.

But this is not at all easy, because our thought is possessed by selfish desires which misguide us into actions that cause pain both to us and to others. La Rochefoucauld had characteristically said: No one is that smart to perceive the evil that he commits.

Although the evolutionary course of the soul, after it departs from the body, is not as yet completely known to us, it is generally accepted that after the physical death, it is in a transitory state waiting for its next incarnation

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