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4297Re: Western tradition of reincarnation?

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  • Mathew Morrell
    Apr 16, 2007
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      ** Today's Orthodox Jews are also very receptive to the idea
      reincarnation, going back mellenium. Their holy prayer book, the
      siddurim, mentions reincarnation (gilgul) in relation to the atonement
      of one's sins that a person may have committed in a previous life
      time. The literal meaning of "gilgul" is reincarnation. Also, Hasidic
      Jews believe that reincarnation into animal forms occurs with people
      who live through their animal instincts during their life as a human.
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