A new memoir to be released on Oct. 29, “The Bite in the Apple: A Memoir of My Life with Steve Jobs,” details Steve Jobs beliefs of possible reincarnation and a past life as a WWII fighter pilot, according to CNET and the Telegraph.
Jobs’ first girlfriend – Chrisann Brennan, who was living with him at the time Apple (late 1970’s) started to become big – was the one to detail his jobs of a past life.
An excerpt from “The Bite in the Apple,” which was published in the New York Post states:
Steve often said that he had a strong sense of having had a past life as a World War II pilot. He’d tell me how, when driving, he felt a strong impulse to pull the steering wheel back as if for takeoff. It was a curious thing for him to say, but he did have that sense of unadorned glamour from the forties. He loved the big band sound of Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, and Count Basie. At the first Apple party he even danced like he was from the forties. -Chrisann Brennan
Other details in the book reveal Jobs speaking in a “symbolic language” and taking LSD.
Although Brennan claims Jobs used LSD, he also exhibited characteristics typical of someone remembering a real past life. These characteristics include the affinity to a past era of time, which in Jobs’ case was the 1940s and Jobs’ impulses to pull on the steering wheel of his car as if he was driving an airplane – another strong hint for possible reincarnation.
There is not enough evidence to conclusively determine if Jobs was indeed remembering a past life, but one could certainly make a case. Ultimately, and a past life regression through a trained hypnotherapist and identification of the suspected WWII figure would have been necessary to confirm a valid reincarnation case.
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