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Their principal dogma was the immortality of the soul and its transmigration into other bodies.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 2 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
He believed in the transmigration of souls, and the indestructibility of matter.
MEDITATIONSMARCUS AURELIUS
This is the conception embodied in the word "transmigration."
COMPARATIVE RELIGIONJ. ESTLIN CARPENTER
Those Chinese women that believe in the transmigration of souls hope “in the next world to be anything but a woman.”
By a sort of transmigration of souls the vital force is redistributed, that is all.
PARIS AND THE SOCIAL REVOLUTIONALVAN FRANCIS SANBORN
You know about transmigration of souls; do you know about transposition of epochs—and bodies?
This, however, does not involve a process of transmigration, as is sometimes incorrectly assumed.
The leading doctrine of this religion, is that of the transmigration of souls.
And there may also have been a certain degree of belief in transmigration.
The believers in transmigration or reincarnation forget that the scientific view of man leaves no room for anything to migrate.
THE STORY OF MY MINDM. M. MANGASARIAN

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