This book is not your easy reading book, something you want to take to the beach as you're people watching. It is a book that goes quite in depth into the various stages of reincarnation.
You might be put-off that it starts out with two couples and a Ouija board, but if you can get beyond this it's a fascinating trip into how our soul starts out at the baby soul level and through thousands of years evolves to the old soul. Each level has seven levels within and each time we move to a different level we experience different lifetimes
We are given examples of various lives. One is “a fourth level young king in the passion mode with a goal of dominance, a cynic in the moving part of intellectual center, with a chief feature of arrogance. " The entity, Michael, was describing Catherine the Great. ( as I mentioned, this is not easy reading). I have had to read this book many times to grasp the complexity of the information presented.
What surprised me was that most of us average forty -nine lives and don't return to the earthly body for hundreds of years at a time. It seem highly unlikely that your son would be the reincarnation of your dead father. Also, it is unlikely that you have ever been anyone famous. We have been foot soldiers, maids, sailors and just about any common person you can imagine.
Also interesting is that we come here in one of seven different souls - a slave soul, a warrior soul, a king soul, a priest soul, a sage soul, an artisan soul or a scholar soul. Each time we reincarnate we come back to the same kind of soul. A king soul will always come back as a king soul. . This does not mean he will always be a king. He will always have certain trait.
This book is a “must read" for those interested in a blueprint for the theory of reincarnation.