Aristotle Thought So:
This is an uncomfortable question. Most people deny that there is even such a thing as reincarnation, let alone splitting a soul in two to double its chances of success.
But I’ve experienced it too many times in my past life research to ignore this concept.
Two great double acts in history that I know about are seemingly connected to me:
It’s not that I’m being greedy, it’s just that collaboration makes my labours worthwhile. Even in this life, I’ve worked with my friend, David, since the early 1990’s and it seems that at one point in the early 20th century, we (jointly) may have been “Ramsay“.
“Most of my colleagues who work with past life clients have listened to overlapping time chronologies from people living on Earth in two places at once. Occasionally, there are three or more parallel lives. Souls in almost any stage of development are capable of living multiple physical lives, but I really don’t see much of this in my cases. Many people feel the idea of souls having the capacity to divide in the spirit world and then attaching to two or more human bodies is against all their preconceptions of a singular, individualized spirit. I confess that I too felt uncomfortable the first time a client told me about having parallel lives. I can understand why some people find the concept of soul duality perplexing, especially when faced with the further proposition that one soul may even be capable of living in different dimensions during the same relative time. What we must appreciate is, if our souls are all part of one great over-soul energy force which divides, or extends itself to create our souls, then why shouldn’t the offspring of this intelligent soul energy have the same capacity to detach and then recombine?” Chapter Ten The Intermediate Soul”
― Michael Newton, Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives
There, does that help to explain what I’m trying to say?