George W. Patton

It was the memories George S. Patton had of his past lives and the near total recall of specific battles that made him the greatest general of both world wars (according to many German commanders). The recall of previous lives is probably of a much greater use to soldiers than almost any other profession.

Since wisdom is largely the process of learning from our mistakes how else can a soldier who gets killed when he makes one mistake ever learn from them? The only way is to recall the failure(s) and thereby avoid the same mistakes in this life.

George Patton gained much of his wisdom from his memories of previous lives whereas those who did not recall theirs could not benifit from them. Hence the memories of past lives are probably much more important to those in the military than they are for most other professions.

 

 

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2005 John Pinil