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Reincarnation Case of Leo Tolstoy | Tom Wolfe
Proposed by: Judith Shipstad in 11/2010
Affirmed by: Spirit Guide or Spirit Being Ahtun Re in a Ryerson-Semkiw Reincarnation Research Session
Article by: Walter Semkiw, MD
Leo Tolstoy was born in in the Tula region of Russia in 1828 and died in 1910. He is considered one of the world's greatest novelists, who wrote realistic fiction that portrayed society as it was.
Tom Wolfe was born in 1931 in Richmond, Virginia and has become a best-selling author, who also has written novels that portray society realistically.
Of interest, Tom Wolfe is an admirer and friend of former US President George W. Bush, who has been identifed as the reincarnation of the American Revolutionary war hero, Daniel Morgan. The Morgan | Bush case is featured in my books, Return of the Revolutionaries and Born Again.
If this reincarnation case is accepted, it demonstrates the following features:
Physical Resemblance from One Lifetime to Another: Leo Tolstoy and Tom Wolfe have similar facial features.
Innate Talent:Tom Wolfe has replicated the talent of Tolstoy.
Change of Nationality, Ethnic Affiliation and Religion from one Incarnation to Another: Tolstoy was Russian, while Wolfe was born in the United States. Tolstoy was a Christian, while Wolfe is described as an atheist.
Do you have knowledge of the subjects of this reincarnation case? If so, write an essay on the similarities and differences of the people involved for posting on the IISIS website. Send your essay for consideration to Walter Semkiw, MD at: firstname.lastname@example.org