" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

August 2, 2011

Soul Survivor

Another book I have started reading and find quite fascinating is a book I picked up at the Abraxas bookstore called, Soul Survivor.
Here's the blurb about it from Penguin Books Australia;
Soul Survivor: The Reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot
Author: Andrea Leininger
Bruce Leininger 
James Leininger was just two years old when he began having disturbing nightmares that would not stop. 

He screamed out in the night 'Plane of fire! 
Little man can't get out!
While nightmares are common among children, what happened next shocked those around him . . .
James began to reveal details of planes and war tragedies that no two-year-old boy could know. 

So began his parents' quest, which led them to the unbelievable truth that their son was reliving the past life of World War II fighter pilot James Huston.
Their touching story is one that will challenge sceptics and confirm the beliefs of those who already believe in life after death.
I'm still reading through it, so I can't really comment too much about it at this stage, but I do find it interesting, to say the least.


  1. I read it last year and LOVED it. :)

  2. Fascinating! I saw this a while back, and it brought to mind the times when my son was just a small child of 4 years old telling me all about people in my family that had been dead for years before he was born. He told stories about them only I could have known. It was weird. He perfectly described my mom who passed 3 years before he was born. He described what his life was like before he was born and how wonderful it was...what it looked like...and how he missed being there. Stuff you wouldn't figure to be coming out of a 4 year old child's mouth. Funny thing is by the age 6 he didn't talk about it anymore. Almost like he forgot it.
    Thanks for the title to this book...I had forgotten it and wanted to add it to my reading list.

  3. It's the best case of reincarnation in the western world Unfortunately, the book is more the father's story than the boy's. But the elements are spot on.