Equal Partners
by Roland Ezri

Equal Partners by Roland Ezri

Equal Partners

By Roland Ezri

"Women are the backbone of all societies. They do a substantial part of the work, and play a major role in raising the future generation yet they are largely powerless. The decisions that count are made by men and foisted upon women."

Writings by Roland Ezri

Epigenetics – XVIII. Assumptions (2 of 4)


We’ve all heard these stories.

A woman under hypnosis reveals that in a previous life she
lived in a castle in Provence, France.  She describes the castle:
Layout, how many rooms, the very large and unusual kitchen, how
the garden looks like, etc.  The castle actually exists, the
description more or less fits taking into account the passage of

A man declares under hypnosis that he was a doctor in
another life.  He describes the procedures and the instruments
used at the time.  Lo and behold when ancient texts are
consulted, his description of medicine in those days is quite

Did I read about the above two cases sometime in the past?
I am not sure.  What I can tell you is that, one way or another,
there has been (and I’ve heard) many similar stories.  I’ve heard
of the next case from more than one source, I can therefore offer
reasonable assurance that it’s true.

A man was regressed as far as possible.  Among other things,
he revealed that when he was a child, he ate with a gross and
short wooden spoon.  Further investigation revealed that such
spoons were indeed used in Sweden a few centuries ago.
Furthermore, it turned out that his Swedish ancestors immigrated
to the U.S. a long time ago.  He was not actually remembering a
spoon he used to use, rather a spoon used by his ancestors!

If you believe in reincarnation, fine, if not, the
explanation most often advanced is that accurate past lives
recollections were read in a book, or seen in a movie or on
television, and stored in the subconscious.  Under hypnosis, that
knowledge reemerged from the subconscious.

I was never fully satisfied with the above explanation.
They were too many such cases, they simply could not be dismissed
in such a cavalier manner.

When I heard of epigenetics, I finally had a logical
explanation.  I stated previously that epigenetic changes are
passed down the generations.  Can actual human memories be passed
on this way?  It’s possible.  How else can an American man knows
about the kind of spoon that were used in Sweden centuries ago?
How can a woman describes a castle she has never been to?  In my
opinion, epigenetics presents an elegant solution.  And that’s why
I was attracted to it some 25 years ago.  At the time I had
precious few information.  Today all that has changed.  Witness
the wealth of knowledge I have included in the previous sections.

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