You are not alone in the belief of reincarnation --
Famous People in History

Louisa May Alcott - "...I seemed to remember former states and feel that in them I have learned some of the lessons that have never since been mine here and in my next step I hope to leave behind many of the trials I have struggled to bear here and begin to find lightened as I go on. They have done well in many phases of this great school and bring into our class the virtue or the gifts that make them great or good. We don't remember the lesser things. They slip away as childish trifles, and we carry only the real experiences."

Jack London - "All my life I have had an awareness of other times, and places. I have been aware of other persons in me...I whose lips had never lisped the word "king" remembered that I had once been the son of a king."

Carl Jung - "...I could well imagine that I might have lived in former centuries and there encountered questions I was not yet able to answer; that I had to be born again because I had not fulfilled the task that was given to me."

Walt Whitman - "I know that I am deathless. No doubt I have died ten thousand times before."

Julius Caesar - "...souls do not become extinct, but pass after death from one body to another."

Henry Ford - "I am in exact accord with the belief of Thomas Edison, that spirit is immortal, that there is a continuing center of character in each personality...For thirty years I have leaned toward the theory of Reincarnation...we are here for one purpose -- to get experience."

Henry David Thoreau - "As far back as I can remember I have unconsciously referred to the experiences of a previous state of existence. I lived in Judea eighteen hundred years ago, but I never knew that there was such a one as Christ among my contemporaries. As the stars looked to me when I was a shepherd in Assyria, they look to me now as a New Englander."

General Patton - "So as through a glass and darkly, the long strife I see, where I fought in many guises, many times but always me."