Soul Survivor is story of a young boy who had terrifying nightmares of dying in a plane crash.  His parents eventually figured out that what the boy was experiencing were the last moments of a World War II fighter pilot who was shot down while flying an F4-U Corsair fighter plane.  Eventually, the boy was able to identify the plane, the aircraft carrier that he taken off from, as well as some of his fellow pilots.

This story was interesting to me because of the past-life experiences I’ve had during meditation processes of flying in the nose of a B-24 bomber over a remote Alaskan island chain in World War II.  During those meditations, I experienced the last flight of my uncle, Doc, who is still listed as missing-in-action.

One of my favorite parts of the book Soul Survivor was when the boy was reunited with one of this friends from this past life.  His friend had also flown fighter planes off the same aircraft carrier, but was now in his 80’s.   After the older man got over his surprise, he and boy struck up a conversation where they relived old times.

Reincarnation is an interesting topic, because it gives us a glimpse of how life after death experiences play out.  In so many cases,  we find stories of how human beings live multiple lives on earth as part of an evolutionary process of spiritual development.

I believe that Soul Survivor is a very credible story of reincarnation, and I recommend it to anyone interested in the subject.   It is available as paperback, e-book, and as an audio book.  I listened to the audio book version.