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  Life Before Life: Is There Life Before Birth? 750 Cases of Hypnosis
Helen Wambach, PhD


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In Life Before Life psychologist Helen Wambach asked 750 subjects under hypnosis about their pre-birth memories. Questions included:

“Did you choose to be born?”
“Why did you choose the twentieth century?”
“Have you chosen your sex for the coming lifetime?”
“Have you known your mother-to-be in a past life?”
“When does your soul enter the fetus?”

The results are compelling and collectively the data obtained makes for fascinating reading for anyone pondering the question of reincarnation.


About the author

Helen Louise Wambach, PhD, nee Stewart (18 August 1925 Glen Ellen, Illinois – 18 August 1985 Larkspur, California).

She graduated from University of Chicago during WW II and did graduate studies in psychology at Louisiana State University, working with shell-shocked veterans. She later taught psychology at John F. Kennedy University, California.

In the 1980s Helen launched a group home for troubled teenage girls in New Jersey. Her interest in the paranormal overtook her professional life following the spate of American political assassinations and the death of her only brother. A déjà vu encounter in New Hope, PA finally set her on her path to research and writing on reincarnation.

Her two books, “Reliving Past Lives” and Life Before Life document the results of her group hypnotherapy sessions into alleged past lives. She co-authored a third book, Dreams of the Future, with historian Chet Snow that was published shortly after her death.

Interview with Helen Wambach. Part 1. Part 2


Publisher: White Crow Books
Published September 2020
182 pages
Size: 6 x 9 inches / 229 x 152 mm
ISBN 978-1-78677-141-4
 
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