Call for Pre-Birth Accounts

About two-and-a-half years ago, I wrote a post for my solo blog that looked at the work of Sarah Hinze, an author that has written a number of books on the subject of “pre-birth experiences”: accounts of individuals who claim to have memories of their life before their birth or to have received communications from a child before he or she was born/conceived. Amazingly, she has managed to find a surprisingly large number of these type of accounts.  I met Sarah through my father, who has been involved with the Utah Chapter of IANDS (International Association for Near Death Studies) for a long time, and was acquainted with Sarah’s work through that organization.  The post that I wrote introducing her work became one of my blog’s most popular pieces, and for good reason.  If you’re interested, please check out the original post here.

The purpose of this current post is to share a call for contributions to Sarah’s new book, The Memory of Angels: Remembering Our Premortal Life. I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone that recalls memories from their pre-mortal life, but apparently there is a good number of them out there, including, especially, small children.  If you have had such an experience/memory, then this invitation is for you:

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