Posted: Mar 25, 2010 12:20 pm
by Autumn Clouds
I require something unambiguous. For example: lift stone number 12,234,222 in the Great Pyramid, you will find my name chiselled into the stone. Something that is not simply unlikely for the subject to have known, but something that was completely unknown by anyone.

Problem is, if it was completly unknown by anyone you'll discard him as a nutcase with good reason, since there's no way to verify it. If he made some claims about ancient history and justified it with some vague archeological evidence (as are most of all archeological evidence regarding meaningles individuals throughout history) you'll discard him as a nutcase.

Verifiable by others in the immediate past would prove much valuable evidence in my opinion. Then a guy claiming to be one of Ghenkis khan horseman. But I'll try to indulge your point by stating yet another case. This one isin't really verifiable, so it should be discarded as evidence.
Her name is Jetsunma a girl from a ghetto house in brooklyn. Her entire childhood was marked by abuse, from alcoholic parents. She never had exposure to buddhism whatsoever, but was able to teach tibetan buddhism at a very high level. Yet she never named it buddhism, just called it "Center for Discovery and the New Life".

How could she have known advanced buddhist teachings, never having access to them?.