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#16 bathory313

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 03:45 AM

I haven't looked to much into it, but I get the feeling that I was a German soldier in world war I, due a dream I've had several times a year since I was very young. The dream is always the same-- I'm running down a trench, and I can smell smoke and dirt and rot and hear screaming and explosions and whizzing over my head (presumably bullets). I get down to the end of the trench and I see men falling over left and right and suddenly I hear a tremendous whistling and a green trail and then I feel an intense pain in my lower left side and I am on the gound looking up, yelling "Medizar" over and over again, and then I wake up. I've had the same exact dream since I was maybe 4 or 5, and I only recently decided to figure out what "medizar" meant. (It made sense to me in the dream, yet not upon waking). Medizar means "Medic" in German.. I think it was WWI because of the rifles being used, and the condition of the trenches, and also the uniforms.

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It's also very telling that you were speaking German in your dream. Anyone in your family speak it? Could you have heard it from them?
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Posted 22 July 2005 - 11:54 AM

earth spirit, I think you are doing a disservice to people by not believing they were ever rich or powerful. It is part of the lessons to be rich and poor, oppressed and the oppressor, etc.

I have been an empress and a slave who had her tongue cut out. I have been a concubine and a doctor's daughter. It's all part of the cycle. The lessons come from everywhere.

China has been around for thousands of years so I know each one of us has had more than one chinese incarnation. What we "remember" in this life usually has to do with things we learned or didn't learn in that former life that have an impact on this one.

And I don't seem to remember any of my male lives, why that is I don't know.
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Posted 24 July 2005 - 10:27 AM

It's also very telling that you were speaking German in your dream. Anyone in your family speak it? Could you have heard it from them?

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Man, I need to start writing down the topics I post at so I can remember to check them. In response to your question, no, no one in my family speaks German. In fact, I'm the only person in my family who can speak a foreign language. I remember my mom saying some things in French, just basic things you learn in the class, and, of course, the swear words.

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Posted 25 July 2005 - 02:14 AM

Man, I need to start writing down the topics I post at so I can remember to check them. In response to your question, no, no one in my family speaks German. In fact, I'm the only person in my family who can speak a foreign language. I remember my mom saying some things in French, just basic things you learn in the class, and, of course, the swear words.

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Posted 25 July 2005 - 02:19 AM

earth spirit, I think you are doing a disservice to people by not believing they were ever rich or powerful.  It is part of the lessons to be rich and poor, oppressed and the oppressor, etc. 

I have been an empress and a slave who had her tongue cut out.  I have been a concubine and a doctor's daughter.  It's all part of the cycle.  The lessons come from everywhere.

China has been around for thousands of years so I know each one of us has had more than one chinese incarnation.  What we "remember" in this life usually has to do with things we learned or didn't learn in that former life that have an impact on this one.

And I don't seem to remember any of my male lives, why that is I don't know.

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I was told I was a concubine also; a high member of the church, a member of the royal family during the French Revolution (I was pulled off the throne and executed; which is where I get my fear of 'heights'). What's strange is I have hated the French ever since I was very young, and never knew why until this year. And good point, Petunia. We have to experience highs and lows for our soul's evolution. :purplebounce:
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Posted 28 July 2005 - 01:52 AM

The only past life I was told I had was I was a woman living on the prairie who's husband was killed by Indians. I had about 10 children and I died from exhaustion working the land I owned and raising my kids. Go figure!
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#22 bathory313

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 02:48 AM

The only past life I was told I had was I was a woman living on the prairie who's husband was killed by Indians. I had about 10 children and I died from exhaustion working the land I owned and raising my kids. Go figure!

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 06:20 PM

I have an immense interest in Atlantis and every now and then, I get the feeling of Deja vu', even though I KNOW I've never been in that particular place(not Atlantis)Ever! I don't know what it is about Atlantis, I'm just mesmerized by it. The people technology, the land. Same with the Egyptians. I think it's the fact that I'm captivated by what they managed to do with what they had in the way of technology, which wasn't much. I also have an intense fear of looking into closed areas of water. Like pools, tubs, and sinks. I don't fear water, just the enclosed area it's in.

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 07:32 PM

Two points make it hard for me to believe in past lives.

First off, too many people claim to have been a historic figure. How many souls possessed Napolean? lol.

Secondly, the eartrh's population has never been as great as it is now. Who decides when each soul has its first earthly experience and how long it must wait for the next adventure?

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 08:13 PM

I think it depends. I was told, either that or read, that who/what you are now is 'payment' for your last life. For everyone. Like if you were born an oppressed woman in Afghanistan, then you were a member of the Taliban in your last life. What you are now reflects what you did, and what you do now has a say in what you'll be.

As for past lives, I believe that the body stays, but the spirit goes onto another body for one reason or another. You may be dead, but your spirit isn't. I think it'd be interesting if you discovered in your last life you were your own great-great-great grandma or something. Would that be possible? You discover that you were your own great-great-great-great grandmother or something.

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Posted 29 July 2005 - 02:16 AM

Two points make it hard for me to believe in past lives.

First off, too many people claim to have been a historic figure.  How many souls possessed Napolean? lol.

Secondly, the eartrh's population has never been as great as it is now.  Who decides when each soul has its first earthly experience and how long it must wait for the next adventure?

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According to some theories, WE decide when it is time to come back, and into what situations, according to what we need to learn to evolve. At certain points in this soul evolution, we can choose to come back here (to learn rapidly), stay in heaven (takes much, much longer), or even at the highest evolution to be absorbed back into the Godhead. Supposedly, (and this somehow rings true with me) we write our charts: sex, health, parents, circumstances, partners, children, jobs, etc. adding in five possible exit points along the way. Also, time passes much more quickly in heaven, so our time here on earth of 70+ years seems like only a few moments to those waiting for us on the other side. There have been many instnaces of children saying "Oh, do you remember when I was YOUR mommy/daddy/sister, etc." There was a documented case (think it was on Unsolved Mysteries, not sure) of a 3 y/o boy talking about his WWII experiences; and his parents were able to track the name, rank, the pilot's plane number, and other stuff about the man. As the child grew older, though, he stopped talking about it. His parents had kept very careful records, and did a lot of intensive research. I believe they either had video or audio tape of this kid just chatting away about his flying experiences..........it was spooky. These theories also say that that's why children die, they choose to take their "exit point" at an early age because they realize they've written too much into their charts. I don't know why but this comforts me in some odd way, because I can't take kids dying. Ever notice that really sick children seem oddly happy and upbeat? Maybe it's because their memories of "home" are so fresh. I hope this doesn't upset anyone. I find kids to be so pure and honest. I could not imagine losing a child. Ever.
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Posted 29 July 2005 - 11:37 AM

earth spirit, I think you are doing a disservice to people by not believing they were ever rich or powerful. It is part of the lessons to be rich and poor, oppressed and the oppressor, etc.

Petunia, perhaps I should atone for my sins by saying that I'm skeptical of those who claim to have had "celebrity" incarnations. I think Aloha Spirit said it best:

First off, too many people claim to have been a historic figure. How many souls possessed Napolean? lol.

The thought that we might be a powerful ruler in one life and a humble peasant in the next makes sense. The pendulum swings both ways, often to extreme, but eventually it will come back to center . . .

whenbothofourcarscollide, I was fascinated by the account of your incarnation as a German soldier. During the second PLR I did under hypnosis, I started spouting bits and pieces of Latin (I took a year of Latin in high school) and even after the session was over, words and scenes of ancient Rome flowed through my head like a river. If I ever do it again, I will be sure to spend some time meditating after the session. If I could have images like that flashing through my head while I'm driving home, I can only imagine what I might see sitting peacefully and focusing on my thoughts.

juliet_keller and bathory313, thanks for bringing up the question of birthmarks, as during my first PLR I saw myself as a very young and rather inept highwayman in 14th century England trying to take a young woman's horse and baubles (and perhaps her virtue) on a lonely stretch of road. All I got for troubles was the flash of a dagger. Though I don't remember actually being penetrated with the knife in my PLR, I've carried a port wine stain birthmark on the left side of my abdomen since I was born. The actor, Glenn Ford, was a vocal believer in reincarnation and was said to have had a birthmark in the center of his chest where was pierced by a rapier during a duel in a lifetime as a French cavalryman.

All this talk about reincarnation has reminded me of a song I haven't heard in years . . . if you're a Donovan fan, then I'm sure you've heard this one before:

The continent of Atlantis was an island which lay before the great flood in the area we now call the
Atlantic Ocean.
So great an area of land, that from her western shores those beautiful sailors journeyed to the South and the North
Americas with ease, in their ships with painted sails.
To the East Africa was a neighbour, across a short strait of sea miles.
The great Egyptian age is but a remnant of The Atlantian culture.
The antediluvian kings colonised the world
All the Gods who play in the mythological dramas
In all legends from all lands were from fair Atlantis.
Knowing her fate, Atlantis sent out ships to all corners of the Earth.
On board were the Twelve:
The poet, the physician, the farmer, the scientist,
The magician and the other so-called Gods of our legends.
Though Gods they were - And as the elders of our time choose to remain blind
Let us rejoice and let us sing and dance and ring in the new
Hail Atlantis!

Way down below the ocean where I wanna be she may be,
Way down below the ocean where I wanna be she may be,
Way down below the ocean where I wanna be she may be.
Way down below the ocean where I wanna be she may be,
Way down below the ocean where I wanna be she may be.
My antediluvian baby, oh yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah,
I wanna see you some day
My antediluvian baby, oh yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah,
My antediluvian baby,
My antediluvian baby, I love you, girl,
Girl, I wanna see you some day.
My antediluvian baby, oh yeah
I wanna see you some day, oh
My antediluvian baby.
My antediluvian baby, I wanna see you
My antediluvian baby, gotta tell me where she gone
I wanna see you some day
Wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up, oh yeah
Oh glub glub, down down, yeah
My antediluvian baby, oh yeah yeah yeah yeah

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Posted 29 July 2005 - 09:44 PM

Two points make it hard for me to believe in past lives.

First off, too many people claim to have been a historic figure.  How many souls possessed Napolean? lol.

Secondly, the eartrh's population has never been as great as it is now.  Who decides when each soul has its first earthly experience and how long it must wait for the next adventure?

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Aloha, about the historical figure thing. I think many times people remember that person and the things that happened at that time so they think they were that person. For a time I was sure I had been Queen Elizabeth I of England, but I found out later that I had not been her but I had been in her court. I just identified with her, that's all.
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Posted 30 July 2005 - 02:03 AM

I would love to have a chance to have a PLR, although I'm a little concerned that I'll be so excited/anxious, I won't be able to be hypnotized! I too have a fascination with Egypt and desperately want to go there one day. I even have a pendant that is a cartouche of my name with the symbols for life, health, and happiness incorporated in it. I also have plans for when I have my own home for an Egyptian themed bedroom with sand colored walls and hieroglyphs along the border of the ceiling. I also have an intense interest in Scotland, partly because my ancestors came from there but there have been times when I've seen pictures or tv shows of Scotland and the word "home" immediately springs to mind. I've never been able to watch Braveheart all the way thru because I get an intense feeling of dread. I'm also interested in WWII, particularly D-Day; I watched "Saving Private Ryan" once and haven't been able to bring myself to watch it again because I get a eerie feeling of familiarity when I try to re-watch it. I live near the National D-Day Memorial and visited it about a year ago and I just got an overwhelming sense of peace being there. I also have an intense fear of fire; it is not uncommon for me to wake in the middle of the night, convinced I can smell smoke. I have lost many hours of sleep, checking and re-checking my apartment for any sign of smoke or flames, even going as far as getting dressed and going outside to have a look around. I would love to do a PLR to see if any of this is related to a past life!
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Posted 31 July 2005 - 02:36 AM

Hi Ambra!

You say you get an intense feeling of dread during "Braveheart". Perhaps you were and English soldier? I have watched that movie at least 30 times, and every time a battlefield scene comes on, I'm like "YEAAAAAAAAAAAAH PUT ME IN COACH I'M READY TO PLAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" I've always had a penchant and am drawn to swords and armor and battles; but not modern ones. The way they did it in B.H. was the true way to fight; sword to sword! ooooooooooops getting carried away again. I woud venture to say that your intense fear of fire would have something to do with a past life. Mine is the fear of heights, which I explained (as it was explained to me) in another post. I have nightmares about being in high places, or worse, those darned "falling dreams" which I haven't had for a while. Does it bother you to be near an open fire/fireplace? What does the smell of smoke to do you? This is going to sound weird, but does outdoor barbqueing bother you? I'm working up to a theory, here, dangit! LOL
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