I am a 17-year-old trans male of biracial White and East Asian descent. I decided to try a past life regression purely out of curiosity I was raised as an evangelical so obviously I wasn't brought up believing in reincarnation; however I no longer identify as such (I actually hate evangelicalism now) and now I identify as an agnostic theist. But I am still kind of skeptical about reincarnation. I saw my past life through this video. When I did it, I saw that I was a Jewish wood carver living in Germany during the early 17th century (the year 1645 specifically came to mind). I think my first name was Johann but I couldn't remember my last name. I didn't see any memories specifically related to being Jewish but I still could tell because my physical features were obviously Jewish (nose, tanned skin, etc) and during the whole session I was thinking about the antisemitism. I was tall and somewhat muscular and my face reminded me of AZ from Pokémon. I didn't see anything from my early life. The first thing I saw from that time period was the crowded town with many people. I saw myself making woodcuts (obvious, remember what I said earlier) and at one point I was selling apples. I had a wife and two children, a son and a daughter. My wife during this lifetime is currently my younger sister in this lifetime (!??!?!??!!). I remember sitting at home with my family. Unfortunately, my daughter died when she was 17 and I saw myself with my wife visiting her grave. I died suddenly in bed when I was in my 60s. I saw literally nothing really special or notable happen. The whole time during the regression I just got this depressed vibe, but there was nothing disturbing or traumatizing about it. And right after I was done with it I was just thinking "this is boring, this kinda sucks actually". But I also got this urge to research stuff related to the things I saw. There is still a skeptical part of me that I made up the stuff I saw (or at least partially so, since it was kind of hard to concentrate at times mainly due to my autism and ADHD). But the weird thing is that the more I thought about it and the more I did research about it, it actually made a lot of sense and was consistent with the things I read about which is weird.