Aug 2, 2006

Marilyn Reincarnated?

Canadian singer Sherri Lea Laird claims that she is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe, and that her daughter is the reincarnation of Marilyn's mother.

That's not shocking. Madonna once claimed she was the reincarnation of MM. So did Anna Nicole Smith. Maybe after Madonna kicked MM out when she converted to Kaballah.

What's shocking about this earworn claim is that it made the LA Times. ... Oh wait, I see. It was verifired by a Malibu psychiatrist/new age lecturer. My apologies.

We're teetering on the verge of WW III and some moosehead chanteuse makes the news because she says she's MM? Didn't Madonna claim that once? Did Marilyn leave Madonna's body when she converted to Kaballa?

How does this all work?

Malibu psychiatrist/author/New Age lecturer Adrian Finkelstein said he uncovered Laird's previous existence after placing her under hypnosis for past life regression. "I'm a scientist, we end up believing in what we prove scientifically. I established through research that Sherrie Lea Laird is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe."

I'd like to see that research.

Funny how it's only Rich and famous people who get reincarnated. It's Never Pavel the Siberian serf got run over by a turnip truck. And even the celebrities are picky: its always Marilyn and Elvis who come back for more love and adoration. It's never Einstein or Thomas Payne or Benjamin Disraeli.

I understand the attraction to reincarnation. It's true, our souls are eternal. Reincarnation also affirms our awareness that we aren't ready to meet God or get to heaven/nirvana. Reincarnation affirms the truth that Humans are still filled with defects and the like. So that is true. Some guru said it would take a soul 285,000 lifetimes to cleanse one's soul and reach Nirvana.

That's a LOT of work. Looking at the world today, I'd have to say that Reincarnation as the path to purity is not working.

My friend Terrie Silverman told me that George Harrison had his ashes spread over the Ganges because he felt he was done. He'd had enough of being reincarnated and was ready to go to Nirvana. If that's the case, then couldn't anyone say, "I'm done. Beam me up?" Who decides who is ready? How can you make that decision for yourself.

Einstein said, "you cannot solve a problemw with the consciousness that created it."

I don't buy that MM has come back as a Canadian Chanteuse. Oh that psychiatrist just published a book on the subject. I guess anything can make the news as long as you have a book coming out.

Here's my latest book idea:

Einstein Naked In the Kitchen! Albert reincarnates himself as a raw foods chef, bringing us tips on going raw, how to dehydrate lettuce, and proving his theory once again: that Good Taste is Indeed Relative!


soulpadre said...

nice, susan! have a great and connected life!

Anna said...

Amen, sistah! Me too.

I miss the worship, sometimes even the bad worship. (Okay, not the bad worship.) And the hymns. Astonishing, inspired words....usually sung baaaah-baaah-baaaahhhhh....with a frown and a quick check of the watch.

Anonymous said...

with all things considered it really doesn't seem that hard to believe actually. What's the problem. They seem to have created a very valid case showing some interesting facts.

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