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Critique: Candid, personal, inherently fascinating, and a seminal contribution to Metaphysical Studies in general, and Reincarnation Studies in particular, "My Reincarnations: Time Traveler" is very highly recommend for community library collections.
Seventy-seven years ago, a synod of senior Tibetan lamas embraced one particular infant as the reincarnation of his predecessor and the conduit for the wisdom and spiritual gifts of an ancient tradition.
After a series of reincarnations, the venue closed in 2002 and the site is now flats
Named Lhamo Thondup by his parents, he was renamed Jetsun Jamphel Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenzin Gyatso after monks discovered him at the age of two and proclaimed him to be the reincarnation of the previous Dalai Lama.
Very few will take seriously the author's objection to reincarnation based on the assertion that we do not know how or by what mechanism it occurs, or where the deceased personality goes in between reincarnations, or what exactly survives.
Mixing decorative motifs from Mycenae to Byzantium, Klimt makes his imperious female sitters look like reincarnations of the Empress Theodora and, in a work like Hope, 1903, can even transform a nine-months-pregnant teen into a femme fatale.