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We Are One Another: Record of Group Reincarnation Paperback – 4 Oct 1991


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  • Paperback: 238 pages
  • Publisher: C W Daniel Co Ltd; New Ed edition (4 Oct 1991)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0852072481
  • ISBN-13: 978-0852072486
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 1.9 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 640,215 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A record of group reincarnation, where eight people from the 20th century found that they had all had a previous existence in the 13th century and had all experienced the tragic events in the Languedoc --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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This book describes how a group of people, who had lived and suffered together in the 13th century, re-assembled in the 20th century in a limited area in the west of England.

Independently of each other these people tuned in, with the piercing accuracy of searchlights, to the same tragic events in the Languedoc in the years 1242 to 1244. One of the most remarkable features of the book is the description of sketches made by a child of seven. It is clear that in these she too was remembering the same tragic years.

Of this circle of people alive in the 20th century, the author has discovered the mediaeval names and roles of seven of the eight involved. This book, in fact, does for group reincarnation what an earlier book, The Cathars and Reincarnation, did for reincarnation in general.

Though born with a highly developed critical faculty the author regards the material revealed to him as unique. He has written this book to record faithfully an astounding experience and to fulfil the obligation laid on him to provide proof, not only of group reincarnation, but of the indestructibility of the human psyche.

--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By J. E. J. Lloyd on 8 Nov 1999
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This book has influenced many many people who are dissatisfied with the doctrines of their cultures and are opening doors that will throw light on the alternatives. A personal tale of the far memory of a group of people who lived together 700 years ago during one of the most shameful and violent periods of the churches history , namely the persecution and annihalation of a Christian culture in mediaeval Europe that happened to believe in Reincarnation, the Cathars. Many people have found this book to be a fascinating and remarkably believable account of a phenomenon that has been repeated many times among other groups since the book was first published. I would rate this book as one of a small number of salient influences that is in the process of changing the belief patterns of the next century.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MR on 21 May 2010
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As a regression hypnotherapist I am always on the lookout for books that can reasonably prove reincarnation - and this is the best I've come across to date. The cases described are very detailed indeed, and relate to a group of people who have reincarnated together in this life, when they were together in a past life as Cathars being brutally wiped out in France.
If you want some solid research into past lives, this is well worth reading.
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Dr. Arthur Guirdham has written many books on the Cathars and Catharism, of which this is one. This is not the place to explain to those who need it, an account of Catharism. Such accounts may be found in, for example - The Great Heresy by Arthur Guirdham, Massacre at Montsegur by Zoe Oldenbourg or The Cathars by Malcolm Barber. Suffice it to say that it was an early dualist Christian sect that had become established in, inter alia, south western France (the Languedoc) in the 12th and 13th centuries. Its attractive moral, ethical and social beliefs and behaviour had a strong appeal to all levels of that society. The contemporary Catholic church, with its contrasting draconian attitude to society coupled with an immoral and ignorant priesthood found it hard or impossible to compete. Consequently, falling back on the only alternative that came to mind, pope Innocent III turned to military force. He declared a crusade, be it noted, against fellow Europeans. The prospect of acquiring confiscated lands had an obvious appeal to many of the European aristocracy led by the king of France with an eye to extending his kingdom. The Albigensian crusade of the middle twelve hundreds therefore, supported by the Inquisition (created for the purpose), effectively destroyed the Cathar church. As that army cut a swathe through southern France killing and burning, some questioned how they were to distinguish between the heretic Cathars and the good catholics. That was not a problem to the venerable bishop of Bezieres whose solution was, "Kill them all. God will recognise his own." Those that were not killed in battle, and many did not and would not fight, were burnt to death.Read more ›
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Delighted with my purchase and the service and delivery! Highly recommend!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Book on Reincarnation 28 Mar 2008
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Dr. Guirdham didn't plan on studying reincarnation when he took the case of a woman who was having strange experiences. However, not only did he trace the origin of the woman's problems to the 13th century, but he found out he was there as well.

A book that tells his experiences in a matter of fact way. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the impact of past lives.
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