Reincarnation Case of Henry Ward Beecher | Jon Stewart: A Progressive Jokester in Two Lifetimes and the Movie “Irresistible”
Article by: Walter Semkiw, MD
A ReincarnationResearch.com supporter wrote to me to bring attention to a web site featuring of celebrity look-alikes, as it was possible that some of the look-alikes could represent reincarnation cases. In reviewing the site, I thought that a few, though not all, were plausible as reincarnation cases.
One case that I asked about in a session with Kevin Ryerson involves Jon Stewart, the former host of the Daily Show, which I have been a fan of. Jon Stewart bears a striking resemblance to Henry Ward Beecher. In my session with Kevin, Ahtun Re confirmed that Stewart is the reincarnation of Beecher
The political views of Beecher and Stewart are consistent in that both can be characterized as being liberal and progressive. For example, Beecher supported women being given the right to vote, Darwin’s theory of evolution and he was in abolitionist.
Of importance, Beecher had Jon Stewart’s sense of humor. Consider the following quote: “Unlike his serious siblings, Henry was a natural cutup, with an infectious sense of humor and a special talent for mimicry.”
The combination of addressing serious issues with a comedic touch is evident in Stewart’s 2020 movie Irresistible.
A related case, which was derived in a similar way, involves Alec Baldwin as the reincarnation of Millard Fillmore.
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Physical Resemblance in Reincarnation Cases: There is a strong similarity in the facial features of Beecher and Stewart. The image provided to the right is from bio.com.
Past Life Talent: Henry Ward Beecher’s gift for oratory and passion for social reform are reflected in the career of Jon Stewart. As noted, both Beecher and Stewart have been gifted with the ability to make others laugh, which has contributed to great popularity in two eras.
Change in Religion: Beecher was a Christian clergyman, while Stewart was born into a Jewish family. Understanding that religion, nationality and race can change from one lifetime to another can help create a more peaceful world, as most conflicts are based on differences in these cultural markers of identity. An important case in this regard is: