Reincarnation

The religious or philosophical concept that the soul or spirit after biological death begins a new life, which may be human, animal, or spiritual depending on the quality of a previous life’s actions is called reincarnation. The Kabbalah, Cather, the Druze, and the Rosicrucian do believe in reincarnation. Many North Americans, and Europeans have developed an interest in reincarnations in recent decades. The origin of this subject began in The Iron Age (around 1200 BCE). The Greek Pre-Socratics, and the Celtic Druids have taught a doctrine of reincarnation. The ideas associated with it have arisen in different regions, or might have spread as a result of cultural contact. It is believed that reincarnation is the life cycle of birth, death, and rebirth, which is recognized as a replica of natural agricultural cycles.