Lung Cancer is a cancer of the lungs which often results from the smoking of cigarettes. Whereas Leukemia is a cancer of the blood cells, as a result the white blood cells that fights diseases within the body is impaired and a person becomes vulnerable to all kinds of illnesses such as anemia, constant bleeding etc.
So one may wonder from the heading of this article, what lung cancer has to do with Leukemia?
LEUKEMIA AS A BLOOD CANCER IN THE PRESENT BODY OF A PERSON IS A RESULT OF THAT PERSON HAVING INHERITED THE INTELLIGENCE OF SOMEONE THAT DIED FROM LUNG CANCER IN THEIR PREVIOUS LIFE. IF A PERSON HAS LEUKEMIA, OTHER THAN A CHILD THAT IS LESS THAN ELEVEN YEARS OLD, IT MEANS THE PERSON DIED FROM LUNG CANCER IN THEIR PREVIOUS LIFE.
If a person in their present life is a chain smoker and as result develops lung cancer that causes their death. Upon their death, their immortal intelligence will enter the body of a child that is eleven years old, integrating itself with the intelligence of the child. But let us assume the person before they died in that life, had lung cancer at the age of 45 years. In their new life, with the new body, they will develop Leukemia at the age of 45 years.
If A woman died from lung cancer in one life, she will get leukemia in the next life. If she conceives a child while she had the Leukemia, then her child will be born with leukemia. Children hardly get leukemia, because people often get lung cancer after their middle ages, which reappears as leukemia in their next life.
LUNG CANCER IN ONE LIFE IS THE MOTHER OF LEUKEMIA IN THE NEXT LIFE. ONCE A PERSON HAS LEUKEMIA IN ONE LIFE, THAT PERSON WILL ALWAYS HAVE LEUKEMIA AT ABOUT THE SAME AGE CONTINOUSLY FROM ONE LIFE TO THE NEXT, UNLESS THEY FIND A WAY TO CURE IT.
So IF a person has lung cancer in this life, and in the next life lives a clean life without smoking, that person will still have leukemia at about the same age they had the lung cancer in their previous life.