Ancestral Memories and History Stored in DNA
"We all know that the human genome and DNA contributes to the division of cells that "know" how to divide and make up different parts of the human body. Some cells develop into the brain and other neurological
systems. Other cells develop into the heart and cardiovascular systems, while yet other cells make up each different organ, the blood cells, the different limbs, and parts of the human make up that makes each one of us individual from anyone else.
However, this same genetic code may hold the mystery of holding memories of others in distant times past that resurrect in different people as repressed memories of distant places, peoples, and times, or the sense of "déjà vu" where they are positive they have been there before without any record of that happening, or why many people tend to migrate to a specific area to live. "