Interpreting the Case of Imad Elawar

Interpreting the Case of Imad Elawar

1992. Interpreting the case of Imad Elawar. Journal of Religion and Psychical Research, 15, 91-98.

Ian Stevenson's reincarnation case of Imad Elawar has been reinterpreted by W. R. Roll as representing "merged and divided rebirth." Although this interpretation has been adopted by some other authors, especially D. Scott Rogo, a close examination of the case shows very little support for it. Stevenson's original interpretation of the case as involving two persons with independent memories receives much stronger support.

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