Where Does Our Energy Go?

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According to the first law of thermodynamics, also known as Law of Conservation of Energy, states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed; energy can only be transferred or changed from one form to another.

So, where does our energy really go when we pass on from this living life? Has our energy transferred over periods of time – making it plausible why a small percentage of the world remembers a past life?

Energy is the basis for everything we use in our daily lives. Tools, vehicles, machinery, anomalous equipment, and electricity just to name a few. It is truly everywhere.

That’s how anomalous researchers measure potential spiritual activity, based on the means of energy transferring equipment that expands the electromagnetic field to make it possible for spiritual entities to create a response or an action.

A lot of spiritual beliefs in this day in age involve the belief of reincarnation. While I can’t prove it or guarantee that we will come back as our favorite animals or another human life there are some pretty compelling cases; here’s one of my favorites:


Ryan- a boy from the midwest

[referenced from collective-evolution.com]

Ryan’s story began when he was 4 years old, when he was experiencing frequent, horrible nightmares. Once he turned five, he made an announcement to his mother. He told her, “I used to be somebody else.”

He would often talk about “going home” to Hollywood and would beg his mother to take him there. He told her detailed stories about meeting stars like Rita Hayworth, dancing in Broadway productions, and working for an agency where people would frequently change their names. He even remembered that the name of the street he used to live on had the word “rock” in it.

Ryan’s mother Cyndi said that “his stories were so detailed and they were so extensive, that it just wasn’t like a child could have made it up.”

Cyndi decided to check out some books about Hollywood from her local library, thinking that maybe something inside would catch her son’s attention, and it did. Cyndi said that once she found the picture — of the man Ryan claims to have been in his past life — everything changed.

They decided to seek Tucker’s help, who took on the case and started his research. After only approximately two weeks, a Hollywood film archivist was able to confirm the identity of the man in the photo. The picture was from a film titled “Night After Night,” and the man was Marty Martyn, who had been a movie extra and then later became a powerful Hollywood agent before passing away in 1964.

Martyn had in fact danced on Broadway, worked at an agency where stage names were often created for new clients, traveled overseas to Paris, and lived at 825 North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills. These were all details that Ryan was able to communicate to Tucker before they learned the identity of who he described; for example, Ryan knew that the address had “Rox” in it. Ryan was also able to recall how many children Martyn had and how many times he was married. More remarkable still is the fact that Ryan knew Martyn had two sisters, but Martyn’s own daughter did not. Ryan also remembers an African-American maid; Marty and his wife employed several. These are just a few of 55 incredible facts that Ryan can remember from his previous life as Marty Martyn, though as he ages, his memories become increasingly dim.


Pretty remarkable, isn’t it?

Suspend belief and think outside of the box. Doing so will open up an endless universe where literally ANYTHING is possible and maybe even plausible.

Until we pass on from this life, remember energy is all around us so let us be mindful of those that may be lurking around us. Until then this is just a theory. A paranormal theory.

Anthony, blog

Anthony Holter
OC Ghosts and Legends
Investigator/Location Assistant/Tour Guide

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