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What an interesting post.Will read again to absorb the finer details....aapki research kya rang laye.

posted by shamasehar on August 8, 2017 at 5:44 AM | link to this | reply

Re: Aba brother

Then here it is big sis, Presta 

posted by anib on August 7, 2017 at 4:13 AM | link to this | reply

Aba brother

I was pondering the same question as GM. I look forward to reading more, and I loved the mathmatics you presented, dear brother. Wow! 

posted by RPresta on August 6, 2017 at 7:14 PM | link to this | reply

Re: Anib

Another beauty of a question from you, very exciting, into which mystery we must dwell, maybe together. Tomorrow I am going to give the second part, see if it answers, and the third, whether it satisfies. And then we will have a dialogue, but whether it comes to a justifiable conclusion or not, nevertheless, I think a lot of ground wiil have been covered In inderstanding. Thanks and Cheers. 

posted by anib on August 6, 2017 at 9:43 AM | link to this | reply


How interesting that you would mention regressing people's memories to age 4 and younger, and tne memory is blank.  Regression is a mysterious technique, which works for some people, and not for others.  I do not dispute your contention, but I must add some data.

I have read accounts of toddlers in India, age 2 or 3 or 4, who have had vivid memories of their past life.  They were not regressed into these memories.  They remember who they were, where they lived, the names of their relatives, etc.  Newspapers have published their stories.  Reporters have gone to the village in question, and found the child's memories to be accurate.  The strange thing is, when the child reaches age 4 or 5, these astonishing memories fade, and no longer interest the child.  They have become involved in their new life.  But their memory of their previous life was very sketchy, and not complete.  Did that memory include moral lessons learned, or mistakes that were made, so that they can be corrected in the present life? Apparently not.

So it may be that whatever elixir of forgetfulness is administered to us, just before conception or birth, occassionally does not take complete effect, for about four years.  Then it takes full effect, and our chance to learn from that past life is lost.

posted by GoldenMean on August 6, 2017 at 7:48 AM | link to this | reply

Re: Re: Aba Brother

Thank you. I will re-read before I comment. 

posted by RPresta on August 5, 2017 at 10:39 PM | link to this | reply

Re: Aba Brother

Pls do so. I found this quite satisfying for my own taste  as it questions the why of it and I set out on a journey In the process. There are two mre in the series, and thank you big sister

posted by anib on August 5, 2017 at 9:23 PM | link to this | reply

 Sir . Most memories would not be worth remembering. Firstly they are too similar and probably not much different than many others. Would it not be probable that we on this Earth could be millions of years behind in evolution. We are only a speck in the universe the law of averages must suggest that other planets have evolved and hopefully could determine many of our own questions.

posted by C_C_T on August 5, 2017 at 7:49 AM | link to this | reply

I find one point especially quite interesting, that undigested knowledge causes madness.  I'll have to think on that one a bit more.  Right now, I'm not digesting all those numbers.  

posted by TAPS. on August 5, 2017 at 6:21 AM | link to this | reply


I am honored and humbled,  that you were so impressed by my contention that the blockage of our memories is a crime.  I am even more impressed by the amount of research you have been able to do on this subject, in such a short time.  You have packed a wealth of data into a fairly short post.  Many things to consider.  

Your research into the capacity of the brain is very impressive.  The brain is indeed limited it what it can do,  how many memories it can handle,  and what speed it can process them. 

I have great difficulty with my own memory,  which fails me every day,  and gets me into hot water with others,  because I have forgotten something that I was supposed to do for them.  Or, I have forgotten something that I was supposed to do for myself,  and I must backtrack and go over the same ground again,  to find the thing that I misplaced,  or do the action that I neglected to do at the proper time.  Better late than never,  but it is so very frustrating!

So our brains are very limited,  as you have researched and presented here amazingly well.  But our souls are not so limited,  and seem to hold all the memories of all our past lives,  which can be accessed to our great benefit.  It could be considered a way to 'bypass' the physical and biological limitations of the brain.  Some very smart and loving people have discovered how to do this for us.  I will be posting about this,  sooner rather than later,  to answer your excellent post.  Cheers   


posted by GoldenMean on August 5, 2017 at 2:32 AM | link to this | reply

Aba Brother

I will re-read and digest, as this is all quite interesting on many levels, Aba, brother.. 

posted by RPresta on August 5, 2017 at 12:49 AM | link to this | reply

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