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Sherrie Lea Laird - Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe?

PostPosted: 30 Sep 2013, 09:13
by Scepcop
Check out this woman named Sherrie Lea Laird and her past live hypnotist Dr. Adrian Finkelstein, who claims that she's the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe. She looks a lot like her and has a similar voice too. It's uncanny. She even sings like her. They've written a book together called "Marilyn Monroe Returns: The Healing of a Soul".

Here is their interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcrJiERY6Jc

Here is a slide show showing the resemblance between Sherri and Marilyn Monroe in pictures:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxo19K241hg

Here is a story about her on CNN's Showbiz Tonight. As you can see, she's pretty hot.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAC3r81cVLU

Story about her on MSNBC:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DX3yIpg_W0g

A BBC documentary story about her:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ruh9H7NjybQ

GMTV story about her:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKvfeBaZUtM

Fox story about her by Geraldo Rivera. In this one, you can see an uncanny resemblance on her face to Marilyn Monroe.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdlaQuecJWo

Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 01 Oct 2013, 06:33
by Craig Browning
I see you still attend the Church of Youtube, Winston. . .

You might want to actually learn about Reincarnation and what it means when someone "steps in" and returns to a new life in such a short period of time. It certainly doesn't equate to "enlightenment" in 99.99% of all cases and that's according to the faithful.

Marilyn was not exactly what we would call an "enlightened, spiritual being" in that she raised her legs a lot more than she did her hands towards the heavens. . .

Enlightened Masters might come back quickly, usually very quickly, because they weren't able to complete certain tasks or they were needed at a given time, such as we find with His Holiness the Dalhi Lama. The majority of "turn-arounds" take at least a full generation before they make it back, rarely quicker except for those that again, had a mission they needed to fulfill. . . ironically, this is the same thing that gives us ghosts.

A soul that is properly prepared to return takes 150-over 300 normal solar years on earth. That's why so many of the people of the mid and latter 20th century tend to have memories and connections to the Victorian and Civil War eras. . . it's also why we are seeing so much corruption in business. . . look at history and what was happening legally a century to 150 years back when it came to industrial corruption and corrupted politicians. . .

Which brings up the other fact. . . just because you died and came back doesn't mean you're any more enlightened. . . it takes many returns before real change is noticed in a soul entity. If you were a slut and driven by ego when you died, you will be a slut driven by ego in your next life, at least to some degree. More than not you will be the person that felt victimized by someone that lives that lifestyle, karma being what it is.

Try reading some books for a change and stop buying into what Youtube idiots are saying. . . and yes, that includes Geraldo and some of the other folks on this list. . . Oi!

Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 01 Oct 2013, 08:31
by Scepcop
Craig,
You are getting off on a tangent again.

There is no "Church of YouTube". YouTube is just a place to host videos. It isn't good or bad. Nothing wrong with videos. There are good videos and bad videos, just like there are good books and bad books. Stop using this pseudoskeptic argument. Are you on their side?

Just watch the videos and tell us what you think. She does resemble Marilyn Monroe a lot.

No one ever said that Marilyn Monroe was a spiritual person. She obviously wasn't.

Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 01 Oct 2013, 21:20
by really?
Scepcop wrote:Craig,
You are getting off on a tangent again.

There is no "Church of YouTube". YouTube is just a place to host videos. It isn't good or bad. Nothing wrong with videos. There are good videos and bad videos, just like there are good books and bad books. Stop using this pseudoskeptic argument. Are you on their side?

What Craig is suggesting to you Winston, is, you don't distinguish between the good and bad videos.
As for her resemblance to Ms.Monroe it's not surprising that one person can look like another person somewhat because there are a limited number of facial arrangements a human face can have. As for her mannerisms you don't know how she came about them.

Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 03 Oct 2013, 05:46
by really?
Here's a great example of two unrelated people resembling each other, Emily Osment and Carrie Underwood. So As Winston would like us to seriously consider as a possible example of reincarnation, it's entirely possible for people to resemble closely, each other.

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Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 03 Oct 2013, 14:24
by SydneyPSIder
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Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 13 Oct 2013, 19:21
by Scepcop
really? wrote:
Scepcop wrote:Craig,
You are getting off on a tangent again.

There is no "Church of YouTube". YouTube is just a place to host videos. It isn't good or bad. Nothing wrong with videos. There are good videos and bad videos, just like there are good books and bad books. Stop using this pseudoskeptic argument. Are you on their side?

What Craig is suggesting to you Winston, is, you don't distinguish between the good and bad videos.
As for her resemblance to Ms.Monroe it's not surprising that one person can look like another person somewhat because there are a limited number of facial arrangements a human face can have. As for her mannerisms you don't know how she came about them.


That may be true, but still, you are operating under the assumption that reincarnation isn't possible and isn't true. You don't know that. How much research have you done into it? Have you researched the work of Dr. Ian Stevenson or Dr. Brian Weiss? There are many cases that can only be explained by reincarnation. The more you look into it, the more plausible it becomes.

Tell me this. Suppose you believed in reincarnation. Would you then consider that this woman might be the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? How do you explain her memories and experiences? It's not just her looks. Watch the videos please, before commenting. They are interesting.

Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 13 Oct 2013, 23:29
by really?
Scepcop wrote:Craig,
You are getting off on a tangent again.

There is no "Church of YouTube". YouTube is just a place to host videos. It isn't good or bad. Nothing wrong with videos. There are good videos and bad videos, just like there are good books and bad books. Stop using this pseudoskeptic argument. Are you on their side?

really? wrote:What Craig is suggesting to you Winston, is, you don't distinguish between the good and bad videos.
As for her resemblance to Ms.Monroe it's not surprising that one person can look like another person somewhat because there are a limited number of facial arrangements a human face can have. As for her mannerisms you don't know how she came about them.


Scepcop wrote:That may be true, but still, you are operating under the assumption that reincarnation isn't possible and isn't true. You don't know that. How much research have you done into it? Have you researched the work of Dr. Ian Stevenson or Dr. Brian Weiss? There are many cases that can only be explained by reincarnation. The more you look into it, the more plausible it becomes.

I'm operating under the presumption the case for reincarnation is not the only explanation.

No, I have not, but if there were multiple lines of incontrovertible evidence of reincarnation we would all know of it. It would be big big paradigm shifting news. That isn't the case is it?

Scepcop wrote:Tell me this. Suppose you believed in reincarnation. Would you then consider that this woman might be the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? How do you explain her memories and experiences? It's not just her looks. Watch the videos please, before commenting. They are interesting.



Well, if I did, I would consider that a valid case.

I watched the vids and I'm still no more persuaded then I was before.

Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 15 Oct 2013, 20:56
by Craig Browning
Scepcop wrote:Craig,
You are getting off on a tangent again.

There is no "Church of YouTube". YouTube is just a place to host videos. It isn't good or bad. Nothing wrong with videos. There are good videos and bad videos, just like there are good books and bad books. Stop using this pseudoskeptic argument. Are you on their side?

Just watch the videos and tell us what you think. She does resemble Marilyn Monroe a lot.

No one ever said that Marilyn Monroe was a spiritual person. She obviously wasn't.


The Real Marilyn, from what I've been told that knew here (from within the psychic & Hermetic markets of L.A.) was very spiritual, just not tied down by religious/christian constraints. . . she was a free willed and charismatic young lady that LIVED and relished life.

She very much believed in reincarnation from what I understand and I should add, just because a person resembles someone that once lived doesn't mean they are the reincarnation of that person, that's a myth created by Hollywood and B-rate films.

As to my line about "The Church of You Tube". . . I was referring to how Winston sees everything he finds there to be factual when the major media totally negates the bulk of it. . . true, the major media is controlled to some degree but there are still underground and independent media sources that still practice actual journalism and not National Enquirer level smack. . . a lot of which we all know, Winston thrives on.

Secondly, I was making a tease when I said this, it wasn't meant literally... just my way of saying, "hey there".

Tangent?

I merely explained what reincarnation is and isn't, nothing other. In the case of these videos, there are dozens of Marilyn look a likes, including a couple of drag queens that have won major competitions for their ability to "be" Marilyn, so I'm not overly impressed with the case at hand.

Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 15 Oct 2013, 21:24
by SydneyPSIder
I'm not convinced of reincarnation per se. I think that deceased persons can 'inject' their memories somehow into someone who is living, who is then able to relive those things. I think it is dynamic and in the present, i.e. the 'ghost' or spirit of the person is effectively 'possessing' the subject. Things can come out under hypnosis, or the subject can see flashes of a former life while fully conscious. It may be the ghost's way of trying to continue a life they lost.

Re: Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe? Sherrie Lea Laird

PostPosted: 04 Oct 2014, 04:14
by Kyle
I like the story on Lea Laird, because it came with a host of evidence. Biometric facial match, vocal match, hand writing match and more.
What was astonishing is that Larid claimed that her daughter was a past life mother and low and behold her daughter was born 9 months after
Marilyn's own mother passed. That seems like very unique mathematical odds to me.

Marilyn once played as a singer named Sherie and a singer named Ms. Lea, they both married paratroopers next door.
Yes its bizarre but why should we blame Laird, when this is clearly the universe or God's doing.

thanks.

Re: Sherrie Lea Laird - Reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe?

PostPosted: 23 Apr 2015, 12:45
by Kyle
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rp_RHmLe1RI[/youtube]

Marilyn expressed her belief in reincarnation in the Andre de Dienes photo book.