Firstly, thank you for engaging in the discussion. I can understand why many other guests abstain from doing so because of time concerns and the often quite adversarial stances people take in these forum threads. So this is a rare opportunity, which is much appreciated. 1) I've often come across other germans of my own age who say, well that doesn't affect us any more, these were our grandfathers and great-grandfathers, and we're not like them. Which I've always thought is a cop-out, but this would lend a whole new perspective to that. But I guess, what you're saying is not that these "ancestral spirits" are still around and holding the same grudges and prejudices as they did decades ago, but that what shows up in therapy is more like a personality aspect from the past? So we can at least hope they have realized their mistakes later (after death)? 2) In the example with the Irish participant, could it be confirmed that the ancestors did have this particular problem? Could it have been something that was known in the family and passed on orally? 3) If there really is verifiable information from the past or possibly from deceased people coming across in these constellations, to people who can't have had any prior knowledge, do you ask the participants if this could be documented as evidence, which could then be presented to the public or reported in scientific papers?