In this book children from England and the rest of Europe, the U.S.A., Lebanon, South Africa, Israel, India, Brazil, Sri Lanka and Turkey remember their past lives. Scientists - most notably Professor Ian Stevenson, Director of the Division of Personality Studies at the Health Sciences Centre at the University of Virginia - report on how their stories are then followed up to verify that the children's memories are correct. Especially convincing are the cases of children born with missing limbs who are able to describe exactly where and when they lost these limbs in their past life. They also often know precisely who their parents and relatives were and where they lived. When the children's statements are subjected to scientific verification, they are invariably confirmed in every detail. Through these investigations, reincarnation is proved to be more than a belief or a philosophy, having been categorically proven through the statements of children. The scientific evidence, as presented in this book, shows reincarnation to be the truth and all religions and philosophies will have to swiftly encompass these ideas into their existing concepts to maintain any credibility. We will all be talking about rebirth as a fact of life. The concept of reincarnation belongs to the future and this is only the beginning.