More proof of life after death but this time the strange Cases of Human Soul Transfer after Organ Transplants
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Do you get more than just a new organ with a transplant?.
Where does the human soul or consciousness lay, many believe that’s it’s the brain but in recent years there has been a growing belief that there exists a cellular memory and it could be that our soul exists in every single cell of our bodies.
Over the past 30 years or so of organ transplants, some strange side effects have been recorded by a number both the recipients and close relatives of the donors which call in to question the possible location of the soul and its continuation after death.
In these cases, it seems as if not only had the physical organ of the donor had been transplanted but also memories or the soul of the donor too with the recipients taking some of the personal traits of the donors themselves.
The donor was a 17-year-old black male student who was a victim of a drive-by shooting. The recipient was a 47-year-old white male foundry worker diagnosed with narrowing of the heart valves.
The Donor was walking to his violin class when he was hit. Nobody knows where the bullet came from but He died almost instantly on the street, hugging his violin case.
He loved playing classical music and his teachers said he was a natural talent with the violin, even if other kids always made fun of the music he liked, he wasn’t the typical black kid into rap and hip-hop.
The recipient said that whilst he was sad that someone had died to give him a new heart, he had a trouble with the fact that the donor was black. He said he wasn’t a racist and that most of his work friend were black but it didn’t feel right……
The donor was an 18-year-old boy killed in a car accident. The recipient was an 18-year old
girl diagnosed with a rare and potentially fatal type of heart infection which was believed to have been contracted after a dentist visit.
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