I've come across a number of websites for people that Brian Stalin has matched with a past life. Christie Bella believes she was once Queen Victoria. The experiment with handwriting on this page is interesting.
This man was linked to Charles Crocker, who was a railway pioneer in the US. It's a bit odd to be able to read your own obituary.
This blogger says she was Therese Tallien in the past life, and had a reading from Brian Stalin.
This page appears to compare a picture of Brian Stalin and the Count de St Germain. It purports to be written by Dennis Peasant.
It's really hard not to assume that Brian Stalin is Dennis Peasant, Gary Se7en and Brian Stalin. It makes me uncomfortable when people describe themselves in the third person and also state that they are considered the world's leading expert in X. It's probably something about English reticence about blowing your own trumpet. What I see most people do is either dismissing his conclusions out of hand or saying he is interesting. I have yet to find *one* person independently stating that they think he is the leading expert - unless they take direct quotes from his own website....
It would be a lot more likeable to simply state his qualifications and training, rather than making wild claims to be the best in the world. He talks about ego getting in the way... well there seems to be quite a large ego in the way here, to me. And it muddies the water.
That being said, I do think that there is something worth investigating here. I am experimenting with dowsing and researching the match he made for me too.