In an initial examination, the Reincarnation Experiment posits that a soul genome carried the psychoplasm genetic legacy of Creek Indian chief Samuel Checote (who died in Oklahoma in 1884) to a 1963 Caucasian baby (Julie Payne) born in Oklahoma.
The photo pairing on the website’s home page is a visual example of the connections between Samuel and Julie. Our experience over hundreds of cases indicates that the strongest ones have bone structures with facial biometrics (as in ID photos) with less than 10% differences. However, such data are not all of the evidence of reincarnation.
Our tentative assessment is that various personality aspects are very similar despite time, different genders, and varied cultures. A sense of such a soul from the past arose in Julie’s early childhood. She first felt concern for Oklahoma’s social and natural conditions at age five. As a child in the 1960s, she experienced a deep sadness and pain when the American clean-up campaign was initiated.
At that young age, she “knew” how and why the landscape had deteriorated: It was due to the dominant, destructive ways Whites treated virgin land and its nature-oriented Indian caretakers. She felt much more connected to the Native Americans. As a child, movies and videos triggered her sense of having Oklahoma roots in the 19th century.
The lost memories welled up one day in therapy, with her apparently speaking for a personality who was from the past. Taking her voice, it said things like “I tried to negotiate with the US government officials, and tried to moderate between them and the native people. I received education from the Whites and helped my people.”
She felt this was a communication from a past incarnation that revealed the actions of the Whites: Indian children were taken into captivity, with some of them poisoned. In this incarnation, she felt driven to renew the 20th-century culture by applying earlier values.
Julie was inspired to research tangible links to Samuel Checote, the person she had begun to look upon as a soul great-grandfather. She adopted a research approach similar to that of the Reincarnation Experiment. Her earlier work is impressive and we agreed to apply REXP techniques to test and evaluate the evidence for reincarnation.
Several areas indicate a transcendent soul carrying forward from Checote to Payne. Both have an aspect manifesting as ministers. They share an impetus to serve the community. Each of them, intelligent and courageous, seeks ways to improve humanity’s vision of its self and to preserve the natural world.
The Checote/Payne soul is a knowledge seeker, doing things based on new or untried ideas. Both have seen themselves as progressives, leaders volunteering to change to benefit others. Neither places first their own personal financial and material benefit.
The case is in progress, being used by both the subject and REXP. More to come……