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Reincarnation research and study seems to be gaining a lot of ground in India. Recently I accompanied Dr Walter Semkiw who is a board certified physician from San Francisco, on India leg of his Asia tour. Dr Semkiw has a passion for researching reincarnation cases and delighted audiences in Gurgaon, Mumbai and Chennai with the reincarnation matches of international celebrities, India’s political legends, and film stars. His books BORN AGAIN and ORIGIN OF THE SOUL are popular bestsellers in India.
One of the most perplexing reincarnation cases presented by him during this visit was that of Michael Jackson. This is what the author had to say:
“Michael Jackson passed away on June 25, 2009. I first heard of Michael’s death just before going on stage in Chennai, India. I was traveling through India, with my Publisher, to promote my books on reincarnation, Born Again and Origin of the Soul, and I had been presenting reincarnation cases involving Michael during this tour. I had been telling audiences that it was only through knowledge of his past lives that one could truly understand Michael Jackson.
I was hoping that some day I would be able to share these past lives that we had researched for Michael, so it was especially sad and poignant for me when I learned of his death.
I evaluate proposed reincarnation cases through my work with Kevin Ryerson, who is the trance medium that Shirley MacLaine has worked with for 30 years and who is featured in four of Shirley’s books. I started working with Kevin in 2001 and found that he channels a spirit being named Ahtun Re who has the ability to make accurate reincarnation matches. Ahtun Re relates that his last lifetime was in Egypt and that he has not incarnated on Earth in over 3000 years
He told me:
“Jackson was a good friend of the French playwright Molière. If you research Molière, you will find Michael Jackson.”
I found that at one point in his life, Molière and his theatrical troupe would travel by barge along a river. They would stop at each town along the way and pitch a tent, where they would charge the local residents admission to watch their theatrical plays. This is how the troupe earned a living.
At one town, I read that a singer named Charles Dassoucy joined Molière’s troupe. In the biography on Molière, it was specifically written that Dassoucy traveled with two young boys.
As the theatrical group traveled down river, Dassoucy would help pass the time by singing for his colleagues. At one point, Dassoucy told his friends that he had given himself the self proclaimed title, “Emperor of Entertainers,” much as like Michael Jackson gave himself the title, “King of Pop.”
In a subsequent session with Kevin Ryerson, Ahtun Re confirmed that Michael Jackson was Charles Dassoucy in a past incarnation. I did not discuss the Dassoucy/Jackson case publicly at that time, though, because I was uncomfortable with it. Michael had already been going through turmoil due to his association with young boys at his Neverland Ranch. I didn’t have the heart to discuss this reincarnation case in which it was documented that as Dassoucy, Jackson also associated with young boys 400 years ago.
I later found a portrait of Charles Dassoucy and noted that there was an uncanny resemblance to Michael Jackson. Indeed, it appeared that through his plastic surgeries, Jackson was trying to look more like Dassoucy, a Caucasian.
It wasn’t until a year or so later that I revisited the case. This time, in a session with Kevin Ryerson, I asked Ahtun Re why Jackson had this tendency to associate with young boys in two different lifetimes.
Ahtun Re explained that the origin of this behavior stems from an earlier lifetime in which Michael Jackson, as a young boy, was enlisted in what was called the Children’s Crusades, which occurred around 1200 AD. In the Crusades, Christians from Europe waged battle with Muslim soldiers to retake Jerusalem from the Muslims.
When the Crusaders ran out of young men to fight, someone had the idea to enlist young boys to join the cause. Michael Jackson was one of these young boys who were pressed into service and Michael lost his life as a young boy in battle.
Ahtun Re explained that the experience of losing his life as a child soldier in the Crusades led to an emotional trauma being inflicted on Michael Jackson’s soul which has persisted for 800 years. His loss of childhood in battle has led to an urge to never lose his childhood again, which has led to Michael Jackson’s image as a man-child.
Jackson’s association with young boys reflects the loss of comrade child soldiers in the Children’s Crusades and his need to reclaim and reunite with his fellow child soldiers. Indeed, it is very likely that some of the children Jackson hosted at his Neverland Ranch were reincarnated child soldiers from the Children’s Crusades, children that Michael knew in that past era.
For me, the reincarnation cases involving Michael Jackson are of great importance, as they allow us to understand an individual’s behavior that has defied comprehension until now. If Ahtun Re’s assessment that Jackson lost his life as a child in the Crusades 800 years ago is accepted, rather than being perplexed about Michael’s ways, one can have understanding and compassion for him.
In conclusion, I hope that Michael Jackson can integrate his past lifetime during the Crusades and can release the trauma incurred as a child soldier. Perhaps he will be able to do so in between incarnations or perhaps he will only be able to do so in a future lifetime on Earth. I have no doubt that Michael will indeed reincarnate, though we don’t know if he will return as a man or a woman, or whether he will be Black, White or another color.“
Michael Jackson may have been one of the most misunderstood celebrity in this lifetime. That he remained a man-child all through, whose innocent intentions may have been misjudged and taken advantage of. That it was only through knowledge of his past lives that one could truly understand Michael Jackson.
Do we need to reinvent and re-understand Michael Jackson in the light of this new information? Time will tell!