1. Self-Developed Case: You can submit an self-developed case to become part of the experiment's archives (either for inclusion on the this website or only for confidential use by researchers) by contacting the Reincarnation Experiment. Before you submit a case, you should be familiar with the case-evaluation approach described on this site and in the book The Soul Genome: Science and Reincarnation. While you do not have to write a dissertation about the case, a summary of the physical and personality factors, plus relevant memories and knowledge or skills should be included.
2. Tentative Case for Evaluation: You may submit a tentative case you think might be of interest for further evaluation by researchers associated with the experiment. (The case can be considered public or confidential.) You do not have to complete a full evaluation of all possible areas of evidence, but you will need to have verifiable information on both the current life and the posited previous life. Enough detail is required for researchers to confirm a rationale for your hypothesis and to expand the research to additional areas.
3. Methodology for Self-Discovery: Utilize the methodology of this experiment for developing your own case. You are welcome to use the forms provided on this website for free (or order the self-discovery notebook developed by Karin Holloway for $7.99) to collect and evaluate the evidence for your tentative past-life identification. A limited number of questions about your use of the methodology can be accommodated by project members.