The word "credulous" springs to my mind, but not to describe Tao. Breeze, I just went back and reread Raksha's account and there isn't anything there. "I read a book jacket biography, and knew I was that person." Oookaaay. What is anyone supposed to do with that? We have no idea what Raksha's story means. To be fair, if you're going to entertain the notion that it reveals universal 'truth', you also need to consider that she might simply be mistaken, or mad, or a liar. All these possibilities exist. To hold on to any one of them, based upon the flimsy evidence presented so far, seems rash to me. Which leads to your next point. You'd like more information. Well, there's PMs, email, telephones, letters, in-person chats, VOIP, and many other ways to connect with Rashka to carry on your conversation. Why, you can even continue posting on this and other threads. Nobody's stopping you. But I would suggest that you reconsider labeling people who don't blindly accept this account as zealots. Tao is a discerning fellow who just asks that extraordinary claims come with more proof than what has been presented here. And I would have to agree with that.