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After all, was it not Morgoth the one who raised him above the other Maiar? Was not in Bauglir that he saw the power he craved? So he raised a might tower in the name of He Who Arises in Might. So he burned his enemies for The Enemy.
At his tower, with The Ring in hand, feeling the world tremble, the name of Melkor echoed in the world one last time. Even our brains are, which means that at the fundamental level, our memories too are made of the same building blocks.
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When we die, over time, our bodies are reduced to those building blocks, which, then, would come together to build other, newer things: trees, metals, water, other human bodies. Now think about it this way. Take an audio CD, crush it into a million pieces, and glue all the pieces back together to form another CD. There is a clear probability—however remote—that when you put together the second CD, some of the pieces that were adjacent to one another in the first CD would find themselves in the same order in the new CD.
As a result, a part of one song—however short, maybe just three seconds—would sound exactly the way it sounded on the destroyed CD. That is the memory of past life. Sounds plausible? Breadcrumb Home Undying Memories. Sandipan Deb. He has written a book on the IITs.