Thursday, February 23, 2012
A case of post-death bodily possession
Prof Antonia Mills of University of North British Columbia and I co-authored a paper which was published in the Proceedings of The Society of Psychical Research, London, recently. It is a strange case of a young woman named Sumitra who died after a week-long illness, and then came back to life. Afterwards she forgot her present life and started claiming she was Aruna (Shiva). She gave full details of Aruna's life, the name of her husband, children, parents, friends etc. She was later re-united with her parents who say that she gave accurate details of Aruna’s life.