Children talk about how they died on September 11, 2001

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Children talk about how they died on September 11, 2001
Children talk about how they died on September 11, 2001

Many remember the day the Twin Towers in the United States were destroyed by suicide bombers on hijacked planes.

These events were broadcast live all over the world. We will leave "outside the brackets" of this article the question of whether it was a "controlled demolition" and a conspiracy of the US government using the "operation under a false flag" for its own purposes.

We will talk a little about something else. A total of 2996 people died on 11 September 2001.

Several years passed, and children began to appear, who began to talk about that terrible day, who they were and how they died. At the moment, there are several known cases of reincarnation, which I will tell you about.

I worked here

This amazing story was told by Riss White, who told how her daughter, then only four years old (2018), looked at photographs of the north tower taken before the terrorist attack and said that she worked there.

“She said she was working there and suddenly the floor got very hot,” White explained. "So she stood on the table. She said that she and her colleagues tried to leave through the door, but could not open it, so she jumped out of the window and flew like a bird.""

White assures that her daughter has never seen photographs before and has not heard anything about the 9/11 attacks.

I was on the 110th floor

Cade started having nightmares at the age of three. He screamed in his sleep about planes crashing into buildings, the Statue of Liberty and a broken leg.

Then he began to draw drawings of two skyscrapers with a man falling from them. Cade's stories led his parents to believe he was present at the 9/11 tragedy.

Cade even remembered his old name - Robert Pattison, who had an office in the North Tower. From his office, he could see the Statue of Liberty.

The boy, who in a past life was a veteran of the United States Air Force, described in detail how the roof collapsed over him on the day of the attacks, and he could not get to the stairs.

"On that fateful day, I was on the 110th floor."

Subsequent investigation revealed that there was a man named Robert Pattison, a veteran of the United States Air Force who actually worked in the north tower, in the twin tower that day.

I was a firefighter and couldn't help them

American Rachel Nolan spoke about her 4-year-old son Thomas, who spoke about the tragic day and the fact that he was a firefighter.

"I don't just want to be a firefighter, I've always been a firefighter!" said Thomas. "In the morning I went to work and in the evening I took off my fireman's suit."

He also explained that he used an ax to contain the fire behind the walls and avoid danger. Rachel thought it was just his imagination, until one day Thomas saw a picture of the World Trade Center in a magazine and said:

"The bad guys burned these buildings, people had to jump, and I could not help them," the child emphasized. "People were waiting for the firemen, they were waiting for me, but I could not come to their aid."

Buried under the rubble

Mother Lucia claimed that at the age of four, her son began to describe what happened to him on September 11, 2001. Her son said he was a worker who died in terrorist attacks. When the child saw a photograph of the towers, he pointed to the window where he was working.

He even told his mother that he felt the building fall. But the worst thing was that he is still buried there.

Can science prove the existence of reincarnation? Maybe, but he doesn't want to

Researchers in this field note that young children, who are about 3-5 years old, most often recall their past life. Their words, as well as knowledge and strange behavior that appeared out of nowhere, as a rule, suggest only one single thought - reincarnation exists.

But it is especially shocking when everything that the children talk about is confirmed by facts, for example, they talk with incredible accuracy about the people with whom they lived and where their home was.

In many cases, it has been proven that the child's testimony exactly matches the facts of the life and death of the deceased person.

Unfortunately, and perhaps fortunately, as children grow older, their memories fade. This usually happens by age 7.

They forget their past life and the cycle of incarnations continues …