This is what the website reads: “Reincarnation Bank offers a safe-keeping for any asset you wish to deposit through your transition into the next life.” Reportedly when you are reincarnated, you will sense a desire for hypnotic regression to retrieve the password from this lifetime that opens up your account in the Reincarnation Bank.
I’m not buying this. Neither should you. I hold out hope that this doesn’t actually exist, but it appears to. Terms and Conditions state that all disputes shall be governed by the laws of Gibraltar.
Gibraltar, to refresh your memory, is known as “The Rock.” It is a rock monolith on the southern tip of Spain overlooking the strait to Africa. The Rock of Gibraltar is impressive, they say. The land was ceded to Great Britain by Spain in the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht. The first elections took place in 1922. During World War II, the civilian population was evacuated to Britain, Jamaica and Madeira. More than 30,000 British soldiers, sailors and airmen were stationed on the Rock by 1942. Within the next four years, most of Gibraltar’s civilians had returned. In 1967, Gibraltarians voted to continue their association with Britain, but only three years ago did Spain, the UK and Gibraltar reach agreement on sovereignty issues. Gibraltarians are proud to be associated with Great Britain.
In “The Ballad of John & Yoko,” Gibraltar is mentioned as the place where John and Yoko were married.
Seventeen banks provide full banking services in Gibraltar. The country has the fifth-highest population density in the world, with just over 28,000 people living on a seven-square-mile peninsula.
Inside the Rock is a labyrinth with secret internal roads and tunnels four times longer than those on the surface. And speaking of labyrinth, I think that is what the Reincarnation Bank is. Please comment if you have any insight on this financial institution. I urge extreme caution before establishing an account.