How I proved a past life (and how you can prove yours, as well)

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The KRI Center for Consciousness Studies

81 Portsmouth Avenue · Stratham, NH

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KRI Center for Consciousness Studies is located at 81 Portsmouth Avenue in Stratham, NH. Take 101 to exit 11 (NH-108/NH-33) and turn North onto 108/33. Drive approximately 1.9 miles. KRI is located on the left in the 81 Stratham Office Park.

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Join Stephen Sakellarios as he details his personal experiences with how his past life has influenced his present life, and how he discovered the actual past-life historical person he was and set about proving the match.

Thursday, August 29th 7-8:30pm
By donation

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Stephen Sakellarios has studied Eastern mysticism since 1973, and has a master's degree in Counseling and Human Systems. He began work on a documentary entitled "In Another Life: Reincarnation in America" in 1997, and completed it over a five-year period. It was broadcast on PBS affiliate KBDI in Denver, Colorado in January of 2003, and was accepted for distribution to universities by Films Media Group. His website, launched to support the documentary project in 1998, continues to provide accurate information on reincarnation.

In 2005, he became aware of a past-life in the 19th century as author Mathew Franklin Whittier, and in 2009 he began researching the proposed match with the most rigorous methods possible, given that the project was unfunded. His two e-books describe the research and set forth is results: "Mathew Franklin Whittier in his own words," and a sequel, "Mathew Franklin Whittier in his own world." The second book was written after moving from South Carolina to Maine, where he was in a position to visit the scenes connected with Whittier's life.

Stephen works from home doing legal transcription, in an attic studio apartment in the historical Woodford's Corner neighborhood of Portland, Maine, which city he had lived in for over 20 years in the 19th century.