Xenoglossy: The Intuitive Recovery Of Lost Language: Its Validation And Implications For The Survival Of Consciousness
William H. Kautz
Intuitive inquiry has been shown to be a powerful means for acquiring totally new know-ledge, including lost history and highly factual information subsequently verifiable by scien-tific means (JSE 26(3):505-550; JTP 42(2):171-191). Xenoglossy, the phenomenon of speak-ing a language never learned, has the potential for generating the strongest evidence yet for the survival of human consciousness beyond bodily death.
We examine here a particular example of foreign sounding language, spoken by a British medium in the 1930s-50s, and verify that it could never have been learned by its speaker and is a valid spoken version of the written language of the time period claimed for it (1350 BC). … This case is unique because (1) the documented record of this speech is well recorded and large—nearly 5000 phrases—(2) the language spoken (Ancient Egyptian) is old, very dead, last spoken 1600 years ago, and (3) its written counterpart is known and well understood but contains no vowels. This example of evidential intuitive recovery establishes the survival of human consciousness for a very long period of time (3400 years), and the capacity of the method of intuitive inquiry to access information as complex as a human language.
More recently obtained intuitive information describes the unique characteristics of very old languages in general, relative to those spoken today, and how these features relate to ongoing consciousness studies.