James deserves a more thoughtful response. The scientific anomolies described were factual and correct, as were the references that documented a time before there was a moon. The remembering of previous lives has been claimed by those carrying out psychoanalysis, so at least the concept has come up before. It's the association between a past life and claims about an artificial moon that sound to most of us like wild speculation.
So, let's reject that part--at least for the time being. Is it scientifically implausable to assume that there was a pre-moon time? No. In fact, all scientific theories that explain the creation of the moon postulate a pre moon era. The capture of space debris by Earth's gravitational field is certainly possible. We've actually launched and placed some debris into rotaton around the earth ourselves.
Likewise, the recycling of life on this planet going back billions of years is not inconceivable. There is even evidence to support rebirth of life on a planet through pan spermia (seeding from a comet). The part hardest to swallow is that life fully advanced to at least the level of our planet today--and then died off: over and over.
James is just putting some of these ideas together in this brief writeup. Just writing these ideas off as rubbish in favor of a simplistic theory of evolution that has been discarded long ago is a common tactic you employ: especially with new posters.
I have become much more aware of where this atheistic religion of yours came from.
It was only in the last few weeks that I came upon a talk by Rupert Sheldrake. Rupert described a much much stronger association between science and materialistic atheism than there has been in the United States--and his own "coming out." It's entirely audio:
You might find it amusing. I think the main difference is that in Britain, it was supposed that a scientist--especially a biological scientist--was an atheist. Whereas here, in the USA, we just didn't talk about it. Sheldrake sees this recent atheistic era as a necessary cleansing process, and claims that you Brits are well on your way to a post atheistic revival of interest in spirituality and God.
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