4-year-old girl remembers working at the World Trade Center on 9/11 in a past life

A Tiktok user was horrified after her four-year-old daughter gave a detailed description of her job in the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.

Responding to another TikTok user, who said, “Tell me about the time your child told you about their past life,” Riss White opened up to a disturbing account given by her young daughter a few years ago.

On September 11, 2018, Riss had scrolled through social media and came across messages commemorating September 11. One of those messages showed an image of the Twin Towers, which seemed to have struck a chord with her daughter.

The little girl pointed to one of the towers, Riss thinks it was the North Tower, and said, "Hey mom, I was working there." When Riss asked her when that happened, her daughter simply replied "before".

Riss continued:

She said one day she was working and the ground was getting very hot. So she got up to her desk because the floor was too hot.

And she said she and her friends were trying to get through the door but couldn't open it, so she jumped out the window and flew like a bird.

Riss then went on to say that the kid had never heard of 9/11, which makes the details of his story all the more bizarre.

Whether or not you believe in past lives, this video can only thrill you, and many who have watched it have shared equally bizarre statements made by their own children.

A woman remembers:

When one of my children was three years old, he turned to me and said, “Mom, do you remember the time when I was an old lady, I was hit by a car and I am dead ".

Another mother commented:

My daughter is four years old and has told me so many times that she and two other girls fell into the water and sank to the bottom, then fell asleep and now she is here.

There are many different theories as to why children often talk about "memories" from past lives. Many believe that the suggestible nature of children's brains makes them more susceptible to false memories. However, some believe there is more to it.

In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle in 2006, the medical director of the Child and Family Psychiatric Clinic at the University of Virginia, Jim Tucker, spoke of his belief that reincarnation could exist.

Tucker, who has studied instances of memories from past lives and attempted to verify them, said:

If this is a case where the statements are not verified, then it just might just be fantasy - like the boy who said, 'I used to drive a big truck'.

If you've got a case where the kids have made a lot of statements about another life that's pretty far away including proper names and everything, and it all comes together, then unless you say, 'This is one hell of a coincidence ', you can't really put it all down to fantasy.

In a University of Virginia blog post, Mr. Tucker recommended that parents be open to what their children report to them, noting that some children show great emotional intensity on these issues and parents must therefore listen to them with respect, as they do for other subjects.

Source : nouvelordremondial

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