100 Reincarnation Cases In Pingyang:Extraordinary True Stories of Kam People Who Recall Past Lives
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Introduction

100 Reincarnation Cases in Pingyang is a book by Mr. Changzhen Li that documents the author’s investigative journey deep into the homeland of the Kam people (officially the Kam ethnic group of China), located in the area between the provinces of Hunan and Guangxi in China. The book offers a comprehensive account of Mr. Li’s work with 100 “Reincarnators” from the area of Pingyang, as well as dozens of its surrounding rural villages. All case studies are carefully documented to preserve the authenticity of their narratives, with accompanying video interviews available for reference.
While there had been many accounts of reincarnation in the world in which the subjects were able to recall memories from a past life, the cases detailed in this book are unique in that their subjects share a rare ability to recall memories from the intermediary stage between death and rebirth. This unusual trait reveals groundbreaking and thought-provoking details about the activities of spirits beyond the land of the living, and offers an invaluable addition to the field of reincarnation research. As such, Mr. Li’s book may be the world’s most comprehensive account of this subject at the present time, and uncovers a myriad of unprecedented details concerning the activities of the spirits, including rare cases in which two-spirited individuals reincarnate into two separate beings, an in-depth description of how birthmarks are formed under the influence of a reincarnating spirit, the biophysical characteristics of spirits and their abilities, details on how spirits enter and exit from an incarnation, the flight speed of certain spirits, solid evidence supporting the hypothesis of memories being stored within the soul rather than the brain, and even two underworld enforcers working for Yama! .
A variety of data compilation and visualization have been included to assist researchers of reincarnation science with their investigations. Pingyang, the geographical area surveyed in this undertaking, was a rare community with one of the highest reincarnation densities in the world, and the investigative project itself was conducted with an unprecedented level of theoretical depth and thoroughness.

The Chinese version of this book was published in January 2018 by Taiwan Rice Field Publishing House.

The English version of this book was translated by the following three people:
Juniper Tale: 1-11; 22; 31-105
Kilian O'Donnell: 14; 15/16; 17/18; 19/20/21; 25;26;27;28;29;30
Timothy McKeon: 12/13;23;24;106,part of Conclusion
The author encourages the translation of this book by translators of all languages, and welcomes publishing offers from all publishers.

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CONTENTS
Contents vi
Acknowledgements xiv
Foreword xvi
Introduction 1
Chapter 1: Reincarnated people who have Birthmarks or Physical Defects 2

1. Yuchun Yang, the Reincarnation of Yanlan Wu: pierced to death by tree branch after falling from plum tree, born with birthmarks at entrance and exit wounds…………………………………………..3
2. Junhao Wu, the Reincarnation of Another Villager from the Wu Family: birthmark on forearm created in past life from a mixture of pot dust and tung oil………………………………………………11
3. Zhengbo Yao: past life died in infancy at 42 days, lips split by enforcer’s scale hook in the afterlife……………………………17
4. Yongguang Lei, the Reincarnation of Songhai Lu from the Neighboring Village: born with birthmarks on shoulder from Chinese character markings made in a past life…………………21
5. Xiangyun Wu, the Reincarnation of Grandfather Qingzhong Shi: died of stomach cancer, liked being carried………………………24
6. Wensong Wu, the Reincarnation of Liansheng Long: died in infancy at 2 years old, bore the personal seal of his father Zhanggui behind his ear upon birth…………………………………………………32
7. Lexun He, the Reincarnation of Paternal Grandmother Jiahuan Wu: burn birthmark on back…………………………………………36
8. Ningle Shi, the Reincarnation of Great-Grandfather Yuyan Shi: bore birthmark from a cigarette burn in the past life…………………41
9. Xingting Yang, the Reincarnation of Xiuling Meng: was her own grandfather’s uncle, born with birthmark………………………44
10. Yao Su, the Reincarnation of Maternal Great-Grandmother Yanfang Wu: retained memories of past lives through six consecutive cycles of reincarnation………………………………47
11. Runxue Yao, the Reincarnation of Neighbor Xianhua Long: fell to her death while harvesting herbs in the mountains, spirit manifested for one minute, born with multiple birthmarks…………………51

Chapter 2: The reincarnated people that were born with the ability to leave their bodies………………………………58

12/13. Shicai Wu & Shihang Wu, previously Nianxu Shi & Yichun Yao: died together in their past life, born as twins in this lifetime………59
14. Yuyuan Wu, Formerly Suyan Wu: Died at 30 in a Drunk Driving Accident…………………………………………………………78
15/16. Liuqing Yao and Jiangfan Yao Spent Their Past Lives in the Same Village…Buried on Either Side of the Same River…Their Spirits Became Friends and Traveled Together to Pingyang to be Reborn. ……86

Chapter 3 Reincarnations of Individuals Who Had Two Souls in Their Past Life…………………………………………90

17/18. Jun Shi, After Death Two Spirits Emerged From His Body…One was reincarnated as Jun…The other as Xiaolyu Lu…………………………………………………………………91
19/20/21. Yong’e Wu, Formerly Fengqin Wu: Executed Together with his Wife During the Cultural Revolution.A Pair of Spirits, In This Life They Each Identified Their Killer. ………………………103
22. Qiucan Yang(Yong’e Wu’s daughter)…………………115
23. Huifeng Wu, reincarnation of Liu Gu: sudden death at age 36, 6 souls separate from her body, Diling Village’s connection to the netherworld……………………………………………………117
24. Caiyuan Wu, the reincarnation of her great-grandmother Yuan Rong, with a secondary soul formed in her own image…………130
25. QiqiWu, A Case of Two Souls: the Reincarnation of his Great-Grandfather Jiawen Wu…………………………………………138
26. Xiuyi Yang :Formerly Xiuyi Yao…Born With Full Memory…In His Past Life He Buried a Treasure…Has a Birthmark on his Forehead………………………………………………………139
27. Leyuan Yao Who Used to be Surnamed Yao, and Who Ran Into the secondary Spirit of Ms. Yao Numerous Times on the Street…145
28. Shike Wu, Formerly Shengxian Yang: After Dying of Sepsis, When Shike was Reincarnated His Spirit Repeatedly Left His Young Body To Cause Trouble…………………………………149
29. Hongbao Yang, who was his mother’s brother’s son, Juzhang Wu. ……………………………………………………………157
30. Meng Yang: The Reincarnation of Chengliang Shi, Who Died of Tetanus, and Whose Soul Returned Home, Where His Wife Saw It Multiple Times…………………………………………………158

Chapter 4 Reincarnation from Animals………………166
31. Yongju Wu, the Reincarnated Eagle: perished from the consumption of a poisoned bird, the eagle spirit manifested itself as a little girl and was reborn the next day…………………………167
32. Yongyang Rong, the Reincarnated White Pig: able to understand human speech……………………………………………………173
33. Xiuying Huang, Memories of Three Lifetimes: the grasshopper, the sow, and the 11-year-old girl……………………………………176
34. Xiao Wu, the Second Reincarnation of his own Great-Grandfather: a previous life as an ox, remembering three lifetimes across 110 years……………………………………………………………178
35/36. Si Yang and Quanjun Wu: a pair of dueling oxen fought to the death, reincarnated into the same village………………………184

Chapter 5 Reincarnation from Accidental Deaths, Military Casualties, or Murders………………………………186

37. Zhao Wu, the Reincarnation of Shimen Yang: brother and sister killed by Japanese invaders, the pair of souls flew upon the clouds to be reborn in Dongjiang on the same day……………………187
38. Jinhong Yang, the Reincarnation of Zaiwen Xiao: birthmark from bullet wound in a past life, meeting his old family for the very first time……………………………………………………………194
39. Yonghe Meng, the Reincarnation of Tongwen Yang: perished in battle during the Sino-Vietnamese War of 1979, born “redheaded” in the next life…………………………………………………206
40. Shuangren Shi, the Reincarnation of Jia’an Yao: perished from poison at the age of 24, became the classmates of her children from a past life………………………………………………………209
41. Yuzhou Wu, the Reincarnation of Kunlan Yao: died in childbirth, passed through the afterlife and became a “male grandmother” ………………………………………………221
42. Runge Shi, the Reincarnation of Quanzhang Li: fallen to death at 24, lived in father’s schoolbag, born with birthmark on his head…233
43. Shiyu Yang, the Reincarnation of His Own Grandfather Liangzu Yang: fallen to death while making house repairs………………239
44. Nianlan Wu, the Reincarnation of Nongyin Yang: forcibly dragged along as husband Songtian Lu jumped from a cliff……………243
45. Shengmou Ding, the Reincarnation of Mi Yang: died by hanging, then died again by poison, at 32 years of age for both…………245
46. Zina He, the Reincarnation of her own Aunt Hongmei He: drowned at 12 years of age, reborn through sister-in-law………………247
47. Xianheng Yao, the Reincarnation of Fangman Wu: choked on a piece of bone at three years of…………………………………250
48. Kemei Yang: the reincarnation of Beixia Yang from the same village, drowned at 10 years of age……………………………253

Chapter 6 Reincarnation from Sudden Deaths and Acute Illnesses…………………………………………………………256

49. Peixiao Wu, the Reincarnation of Peihong Wu: died of a fever at 28 while 5 months pregnant, reborn from stepmother and reincarnated back into the same family………………………………………257
50. Tianhua Shi: died of an illness at 3, reborn into the neighbor’s family……………………………………………………………260
51. Xiaoyue Yang, the Reincarnation of Zhenyou Yao: unable to see self as a spirit, took 7 years for past memories to return………262
52. Nonggu Wu: threw nightly tantrums as a child, demanded to see past wife…………………………………………………………265
53. Xianbiao Wu, the Reincarnation of a Certain “Taixiu Shi of Shuangjiang”: a fruitless search for his past family……………267
54. Changshan Wu, the Reincarnation of Local Villager Hui Lin: able to phase through solid doors as a spirit…………………………269
55. Wangyan Wu: sudden death after stomach pain, multiple instances of possession by an auxiliary spirit, two lifetimes together with her mother…………………………………………………………271
56. Lejia Wu, the Reincarnation of Maternal Grandfather Sheng Wu: suddenly collapsed and died instantly, able to recognize bamboo crafts from previous life…………………………………………279

Chapter 7 Reincarnations as Ordained by the Court of the Afterlife…………………………………………………………281

57. Ganyue Wu, the Reincarnation of Grandmother Peiling Shi: made wish to reincarnate through daughter just before death, granted by Yama……………………………………………………………282
58. Nisi Wu, the Reincarnation of Great-Grandmother Shuzhi Wu: sudden death at 82, escorted by spiritual enforcers to be reincarnated……………………………………………………287
59. Ke Wu, the Reincarnation of His Own Maternal Great-Uncle: walked the plank in the underworld and consumed “green moss” …………………………………………………………291
60. Muyun Wu, the Reincarnation of Ji’e Wu: spirit departed two days prior to death, seen by the living………………………………294

Chapter 8 Reincarnation from Childhood Deaths Caused by Illnesses…………………………………………… 313


61. Shecheng Shi, the Reincarnation of Qianze Lei: died from illness at age 14, reincarnated into the family of a neighbor who came to his rescue……………………………………………………………300
62. Hengfeng Wu, the Reincarnation of Older Brother Hengguo Wu: “look, dad, the peach blossoms are blooming again!” …………308
63. Kefu Wu, the Reincarnation of a Three-Year-Old Girl who Died from an Illness: journeyed with a companion spirit who did not retain past memories……………………………………………312
64. Shengzhong Yang, the Reincarnation of Bingwei Jin from Tongmu Village: Died of smallpox at age 12……………………………317
65. Qianzhong Wu, the Reincarnation of Quanmao Yao: passed away from tuberculosis at age 8, followed father in a bamboo basket to be reincarnated……………………………………………………318
66. Tongneng Yang, the Reincarnation of Quanli Wu: the younger half-brother of his own father, died at 15 from bowel infarction……322
67. Changgui Meng, the Reincarnation of Yunkai Meng: died from illness at age 18, born with a birthmark resulting from the use of an essential oil……………………………………………………323
68. Xiuqiong Wei: the reincarnation of a three-year-old boy next door, inherited three markings as birthmarks…………………………324
69. Xiongfeng Wu, the Reincarnation of an Older Brother who Died 11 days After Birth…………………………………………………328
70. Fengluan Wu, the Reincarnation of Beiniao Bao: died at 2 years of age, lost most memories from past life…………………………330
71. Yongshan Meng, the Reincarnation of Pingmei Rong: died of smallpox at 8 years old, reborn with the same birthmark atop his head……………………………………………………………331

Chapter 9 Reincarnations from Those Who Passed Away Peacefully………………………………………………………333

72. Shenghuai Yang, the Reincarnation of Paternal Great-Grandfather Tongshu Yang: unearthing treasures buried in a previous life…333
73. Yunfeng Wu: the reincarnation of mother’s neighbor and friend, able to turn on television………………………………………………………339
74. Jingyao Shi, the Reincarnation of Jiantang Shi: reborn from paternal great-uncle……………………………………………343
75. Wanli Wu, the Reincarnation of Maternal Great-Grandfather Zhengyang Su…………………………………………………345
76. Yanfu Yao, the Reincarnation of Xinga Shi: reborn from aunt Nianmei Wu’s grandfather……………………………………347
77. Lichuan He, the Reincarnation of Maternal Great-Grandmother Meixiao Shi……………………………………………………348
78. Zilong Shi, the Reincarnation of Great-Grandfather Yuqiu Shi: able to use carpentry tools from past life without instructions……………………………………………………353
79. Hanke Yao, the Reincarnation of Mother’s Stepfather Qianbang Wu: able to see seven years into his future incarnation………………358
80. Sitian Yang, the Reincarnation of Fellow Villager Shuijiao Yao: wished to be reincarnated into a civil servant’s family…………359
81. Kangning Wu, the Reincarnation of Grandmother Meihua Wu: moxibustion marks found on back at birth……………………361
82. Aishi Yang and Letao Yang: father-and-son pair, both reincarnated from their respective great-grandmothers; Nonghua Wu’s spirit lived behind a door for 42 years………………………………362
83. Ge Wu, the Reincarnation of Great-Grandmother Tianzui Yang: passed away peacefully at 84, spirit called back from the dead and lived for another year……………………………………………364
84. Xingwang Yang, the Reincarnation of Nongkai Yang: chose a destination for reincarnation before death………………………367
85. Hanggui Wu, the Reincarnation of Jinzhao Wu: passed away peacefully at the age of 92………………………………………369
86. Wangzhuan Wu, the Reincarnation of Grandfather Mingcai Wu: mediocre in both lifetimes………………………………………373
87. Qinghong Yang, the Reincarnation of Father’s Great-Uncle Guiyou Yang: reborn to his favorite great-nephew……………………374
88. Wanfeng Wu, the Reincarnation of Qiaoduan Ou, a “Five Guarantees” Household from Huangtu Township: reborn into the family of his good friend Heyu Wu……………………………377
89. Xuri Yang, the Reincarnation of Great-Grandfather Wanjie Shi: reborn three hours after death…………………………………379
90. Rongtao Wu, the Reincarnation of Nengjun He: reborn from great-uncle who died of eye cancer……………………………………382
91. Minghui Wu, the Reincarnation of Fellow Villager Baotian Wu: spirit strangled a pig as a result of sons fighting over inheritance………………………………………………………384

Chapter 10 Reincarnation Into Already-Born Babies……………………………………………………………386

92. Lichun Wu, the Reincarnation of Renkou Wu 90 Days Post-Birth: infant became expressive and smiled only after the incarnation of the spirit…………………………………………………………386
93. Shilei Shi, the Reincarnation of Someone from Out-of-Town: electrocuted while catching fish with power lines, incarnated into an already-born baby……………………………………………390
94. Zuiyuan Yao, Memories from Two Lifetimes: able to recount events in the afterlife, incarnated into a newborn………………392

Chapter 11 Reincarnations with Talents Inherited from Previous Lifetimes……………………………………………400

95. Jiacan Yao, Acquired Talent for Kam Music from Past Life’s Spirit……………………………………………………………………401
96. Hongman Yang, Born Literate…………………………………405
97. Lichun Shi, the Reincarnation of Maternal Great-Uncle Xinggui Yao: loved to sing Kam opera in both lifetimes…………………………406

Chapter 12 The Underworld Enforcers and Channelers of Kam Culture……………………………………………………410

98. Shenghuo Ding, the Head Enforcer of Xiyao Village, Guangxi…………………………………………………………………411
99. Yuhua Wu, the Enforcer of Pingtan Village, Hunan - spirit on constant standby for soul collection missions……………………………416
100. The Anonymous Enforcer of Paotian Village, Pingdeng Township, Guangxi…………………………………………………………………426

Chapter 13 Cases without Personal Interviews………428

101.The Grandmother of Changyi Wu: resurrected three days after death, with an account of the afterlife……………………………………429
102. Zhongri Wu, the Reincarnation of an Invading Japanese Soldier……………………………………………………………………429
103. Lady Scarface of Sanjiang, the Reincarnation of a Victim of the Cultural Revolution: incarnated into the family of her murderer………430
104. The Mountain God who Took the Form of a Phoenix: killed by a hunter in Chaping, hunter driven mad……………………………………431
105. Richun Yang, the Reincarnation of Pinchui Yang: died from illness at 13, suffered head trauma as a spirit, reborn with a birthmark as a result……………………………………………………………………433
106. Landlord Mingyi Zhang from Xigu County, Gansu Province, wrongfully killed in 1958, seven years later sought out the impoverished Hua family for reincarnation……………………………………………435


Data on the the Reincarnators 449
Conclusion 455
Index of names and places 467
Distribution map 469
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