This book sets forth a thoroughly researched and tightly reasoned original thesis. It is a convincing argument that one scientifically proven fact is quite possibly explained by another, though on the surface one may appear to have nothing to do with the other. One fact is the solid evidence, scientifically adduced by Dr. Jan Stevenson and others, that memories and other mental aspects of the human brain do indeed survive death. The other fact, accepted by almost all physicists, is a certain aspects of quantum mechanics known as entanglement. Entanglement is the relationship that develops between atoms, usually between those close in space, whereby certain characteristics of one atom complement the corresponding characteristics of the other. Atoms, of course, is what we and everything else are made of. Thereupon the distances between atoms does not matter. A change in one means a change in the other, simultaneously, though they may be millions of miles or of light years distant. Further, the projected life of atoms is over a billion times the projected life of our solar system. This book weaves flawlessly, based on the present state of scientific knowledge, the possible relationship between the two disciplines.