Reincarnation Case of Wilbur Wright | Howard Hughes
Article by: Walter Semkiw, MD
When I asked Ahtun Re for a past lifetime for Howard Hughes, he told me that Howard was one of the Wright brothers, who are credited for inventing the airplane, though in Brazil, Alberto Santos-Dumont is given this honor.
In reviewing the history of the Wright brothers, it seemed to me that Wilbur or Orville Wright could have been the match for Hughes. Both had facial features that were similar to those of Hughes, though Wilbur’s receding hairline and lack of a mustache made the resemblance less obvious. I read that Wilbur was considered the driving force of this aviation team and that based on a coin toss, Wilbur was the one who actually served as the test pilot at Kitty Hawk.
In my next session with Kevin Ryerson, I asked if it was Wilbur Wright who had reincarnated as Howard Hughes, which Ahtun Re confirmed. I asked if Orville was incarnate in contemporary times and associated with Hughes. At the time of my session, Ahtun Re told me that Orville was not incarnate.
View the case of the Brazilian aviation pioneer: Reincarnation Case of Alberto-Santos Dumont | Steven Udvar-Hazy
Physical Resemblance from One Lifetime to Another: The facial architecture of Wilbur Wright and Howard Hughes is consistent.
Innate Talent: Wilbur Wright and Howard Hughes were both pioneers of aviation.