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Become A Founding Member 

limited time offer of  $50 USD per annum

Currently our membership system is very simple, with one price: $50 USD gets you a membership as an ICRR Founder.

ONLY available during our first year of accepting members.

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KM Wehrstein

ICRR President

A message to you from the ICRR President

I would like to personally invite you to join with us, because when it comes down to it, reincarnation as a theory addresses questions of a deeply personal nature and the greatest personal impact. On August 16, 2000, I sent up a desperate cry in the night as I lay in bed: "I just want to KNOW!" The next morning I had my first adult past-life experience. I started ICRR for everyone who, like me, just wants, and needs... to know. And to share the knowledge we gain scientifically with the whole world. Please join us.

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Support Reincarnation Research

Get behind scientific work that points at answers to humanity's most burning question - what happens after we die?

Become an ICRR Pioneer

Be on the forefront of a movement that takes the science and the public discourse on rebirth into the future.

Our Members-Only Newsletter

News of our projects (we have two hot ones in progress right now!), our developing capacities, our new offerings, commentaries, etc.


Access to Our Members-Only Discussion Forum

A safe space for talking about experiences that you've never been able to before, with others who've had them and understand.

Become A Decision Maker

Opportunities to consult on some of our early decisions, e.g. focus-grouping our courses, webinars and guidebooks as we develop them (not mandatory).


Obtain Voting Rights

Once our bylaws come into force (no later than March 28, 2023), all members will have full voting rights on Board elections.

What our researchers say about it

Michael Nahm, PhD
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The ICRR is important because it will play a crucial role in uniting researchers and creating an overall research strategy. It will also be instrumental in reaching the public, informing them about the newest developments. We need such a concerted approach to advance the study of reincarnation cases.

It is encouraging to see and be part of an organization with plans to expand the scope of research beyond the pure facts and into the meanings: the role of adults' and children's past-life memories in healing, how past lives can influence our present personalities and relationships, and the implications of the types of cases researchers traditionally neglect. As well, the ICRR promises to become the best information resource on reincarnation both for scientists and for the public.

Carol Bowman, M.S