Reincarnation: A Study in Human Evolution
Free

Reincarnation: A Study in Human Evolution

By Théophile Pascal
Free
Book Description
Table of Contents
  • REINCARNATION
  • A STUDY IN HUMAN EVOLUTION
    • The Resurrection of the Body and The Reincarnation of the Soul
    • BY
  • Dr. TH. PASCAL
    • Translated by Fred Rothwell
    • LONDON
    • The Theosophical Publishing Society
    • 161 New Bond Street, W.
    • 1910
  • CONTENTS
  • SKETCH OF THE AUTHOR'S LIFE.
  • AUTHOR'S PREFACE
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • REINCARNATION
    • A STUDY IN HUMAN EVOLUTION
  • CHAPTER I.
    • The Soul and the Bodies.
    • Proofs of the Astral Body.
    • Manifestations of the Higher Consciousness During the Different Kinds of Sleep.
    • Manifestation of the Higher Consciousness in Various Cases of Mental Faculties Lost to Normal Consciousness.
    • Manifestations of the Higher Consciousness under the Form of Memory.
    • Manifestations of the Higher Consciousness in Phenomena of Double Consciousness.
    • Manifestations of the Higher Consciousness, Indicating not only that it Extends Farther than Normal Consciousness, but Dominates, and Is Separated from it, Recognising that its Vehicle—the Body—is Nothing More than an Instrument.
    • Manifestation of the Higher Consciousness in the Phenomena of Possession and Materialisation.
    • Manifestations of the Higher Consciousness in Apparitions.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER II.
    • Reincarnation and the Moral Law.
    • Why Does Pain Exist?
    • The Problem of the Inequality Of Conditions.
    • Objection.
    • The Law of Causality (Karma).[28]
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER III.
    • Reincarnation and Science.
    • The Evolutionary Series.
    • The Cyclic Process of Evolution.
    • Progress.
    • The Goal of Evolution.
    • The Formation of Centres of Consciousness that become "Egos."
    • A Few Deductions.
    • The Germ.
    • What the Germ contains.
    • The Problem of Human Heredity.
    • Objection.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • Reincarnation and the Religious and Philosophic Consensus of the Ages.
    • India.
    • Resurrection.
    • Metempsychosis.
    • Reincarnation.
    • Egypt.
    • Chaldæa.
    • The Celts.
    • ANCIENT GREECE (Magna Græcia).
    • Old Testament.
    • The Kabala.
    • Rome.
    • New Testament.
    • Reincarnation in the Gospels.
    • Reincarnation in the Apocalypse.
    • Neoplatonism.
    • The Early Christian Church.
    • Islamism.[217]
    • The Doctrine of Rebirth in Modern Philosophy.
    • Objection.
    • Reincarnation and Forgetfulness of the Past.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • Conclusion.
    • the end
    You May Also Like
    Also Available On
    Categories
    Curated Lists