These are the great unanswered questions of all centuries.
Then there are the familiar bases for argument, such as: “If I have lived many lives Before, why do I not remember who I was?
The subject of reincarnation is too big for one lecture, but if one knows the fundamental principle which underlies all creating things, one knows that he is an individual extension of Mind; therefore, immortal, and cannot die.
Neither can One’s body die. It can but appear to die.
One’s body is an extension of God’s Mind which forever manifests God’s thinking
The thinking of Mind is continuous. It never ceases If Mind cannot die, the thinking of Mind cannot cease.
BODIES ARE ELECTRIC RECORDS OF THOUGHT. But What Is thought?
If we know what thought is and know its workings we will then understand why bodies never die.
Likewise, if we know what the senses of a body are, We should then know why we cannot remember who We were in other lives. But our senses do remember the essential things for Millions of year back which they have recorded as instinct
So let us look into the invisible universe of knowing to supplement what the senses of our visible universe tells us and thus know that there is no death in Nature and that our own individualism forever persists until we have fulfilled our individual purpose here and found our complete unity in the One Universal Soul of God
Extracted from the Divine Iliad Vol. II By WALTER RUSSELL (1871 – 1963)