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The Search for Bridey Murphy Paperback – July 1, 1989
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In one life she came as a baby who lived only briefly. She talks about her life with this family and her brothers and sisters playing with her and being ill.
The biggest past life she talks about is Bridey Murphy, a woman who lived in Ireland in the 1800s. She talks about her childhood and family and her husband and how she died. Bridey was named after her grandmother Bridgette. She died in her late sixties after a bad fall. After Bridey died, she was worried about her husband and apparently decided to stay in the house with him until he died. She says he was totally unaware of her presence even though she tried to communicate with him.
The whole book is a very interesting series of transcripts taken from the tapes of the conversations with Dr Bernstein. I am not a big believer in reincarnation, but I still found it the sort of book hard to put down. For those people who believe in reincarnation, this book is a must-read. For those nonbelievers, it is still an interesting book.
Now that is just ridiculous, especially when a hand-drawn 1800's map of the city Cork, the area in which Bridey lived according to Ruth's sessions was called "The meadow." Now Ruth, living in America her whole life, and having never even heard of the town called Cork, recalls an area of only a couple square miles in the 1800's in Ireland. None of this was made up. Everything Ruth said under hypnosis has been verified to be real and not a hoax. am i saying that reincarnation exists? After reading the book, i believe. But please, read the book and don't read anything trying to close your mind to one of the most amazing cases of age-regression hypnosis ever told.