In January of 2010 the Reincarnation Experiment initiated a pilot project in collaboration with a German researcher starting a past-life regression practice. Its purpose was to use the REXP empirical evaluation protocol to assess possible cases of current reincarnations of World War-II military personnel involved in the German resistance movements.
We initially focused on the group who attempted the assassination of Adolph Hitler on July 20, 1944. Clues developed by this researcher pointed to possible reincarnations from the group led by Claus von Stauffenberg. A few tentative cases were identified as suitable for a more rigorous assessment of the empirical evidence.
To begin the project, we agreed to use our model to evaluate the case of a subject's personal experiences with regression therapy and his initial biographical research. Our preliminary assessment concluded that it could be a credible case for his inclusion in a group of reincarnated psychoplasms actually involved in the plot to bomb Hitler.
Having participated in a REXP analysis of potential evidence in his own case, he agreed to the assessment of any further evidence that may be developed from his own life or other candidates whose lives suggest possible previous incarnations in the Stauffenberg cohort or other resistance groups. The REXP believes that further research may discover the current identities of others like him.
Based on this possibility, the project seeks individuals who have clues or verifiable items of evidence that suggest they may have been previously incarnated as a member of one of the resistance groups. Our objective is to develop an archive of such cases for scientific study.
Public Invitation: We invite individuals who have information or personal experiences — regression sessions, dreams, channeled material, waking memories, related physical or knowledge data — to contact Paul Von Ward by email. Our initial subject wishes to remain anonymous for the time being in order to avoid being seen as simply seeking public attention. However, German-speaking individuals who would like to communicate with him about their possible cases may contact him through Von Ward via email. The confidentiality of both parties will be respected.
A report of the initial case evaluation of the project is posted here.