“Mum, I’m still buried there.” Astonishing 9/11 reincarnation stories about children who claim they were killed at the WTC


Several young children have recently claimed that they were there at the World Trade Centre on September 11th 2001, when terrorists rammed two passenger planes into the two tallest buildings in New York City. How can that be?

When Rachel Nolan’s son, Thomas, was 3 years old, he was asked what he wanted to be when he grew up. He replied, “I don’t just want to be a firefighter. I have always been and already am a firefighter.”

This surprised and confused his family, but Thomas then went on to say, “I used to get up in the morning, go to work, and in the evenings I would come home and take off my fire proximity suit.”

Strange. Thomas also mentioned having to use an axe to check if there was fire behind the walls, and having to flee if the site was too dangerous. Though perplexed by the level of detail in his answers, Rachel figured Thomas’s ramblings were just the product of a child’s imagination. Just fantasy. However, when Thomas saw a picture of the World Trade Centre in a magazine, he said:

“The bad men burnt these buildings, and people had to jump, and I couldn’t help. There were people waiting for firefighters, waiting for me, but I could not get there to help them.”

Thomas also gave details of the model of the trucks used by the firefighters in New York that day, a Ford Johnson R8. Rachel concluded that her son was recalling a past life, that he was the reincarnation of a firefighter who died on 9/11.

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The sixth sense – is it possible to see the future?


Happy New Year to you all! The blog is back and this week I’m asking, is the sixth sense real? Are there really people out there who can see the future? The answers may lie with our dreams, flamingos and Dennis Quaid’s wife…

The sixth sense – also known as extra-sensory perception (ESP) – is the ability to receive or convey information not with our five physical senses, but with our minds. ESP covers a whole load of things. Telepathy, i.e. the ability to read minds like the Vulcans do in Star Trek. Telekinesis, i.e. the ability to move objects with the mind, like the Jedi and the Sith in Star Wars. Oh, and Carrie in, erm, Carrie. There’s also those who say they “can see dead people”, a la M. Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense.

But I’m looking at one particular form of ESP – premonitions. Many people argue that certain rare individuals seem to be able to foretell when something is going to happen…

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