Are there any past life signs (such as traits, skills, and behaviors) for reincarnated Nazis?

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  1. Dana

    Dana New Member

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    I'm trying to look at the possibility that I might actually be one. I've already searched everywhere on Google and I can't really find a decent trustworhy source. This forum seems to be a reliable place to ask for such questions. I know most of us are hiding in the shadows since we are a minority. I just want to know what clues may lead to being a past life Nazi. I mean, reincarnated Auschwitz victims have Beyond the Ashes by Rabbi Gershom, which pretty much makes it easy for them to dig out their past life. It's the gold mine for reincarnated Auschwitz victims.

    I mean this would really help with other reincarnated Nazis out there who are trying to find answers.

    Please reply. Your Answers will be GREATLY APPRECIATED.:D
     
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  2. Eva1942

    Eva1942 An Ancient Egyptian Queen..

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    Hi Dana! :)

    Yeah we are pretty much a minority because people think that we ‘are rotting in the hottest depths of hell’ for what we did, but that is not true.

    What armed force of Germany do you “feel” most drawn too? Wehrmacht? Waffen/Allgemagne SS/SD? Luftwaffe (they were actually quite neutral) or Kriegsmarine?

    Half of me was a Nazi SS officer and the other half of me was a Holocaust Victim..so I know both sides.

    Eva x
     
  3. Dana

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    I'm really drawn to the Wermacht actually. Do you think there are some quirks unique to reinacarnated Nazis?
     
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    Eva1942 An Ancient Egyptian Queen..

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    First of all - not all Germans were Nazis. Oy vey, I dislike that word.. o_O

    I think everyone has their own little ‘Dead Nazi’ quirks. Mine is a deep, intimate knowledge of the SS/SD. This is across both parts of me that was in Germany. To answer this question, what you need to do is look back at yourself up until this point and look for the little neon signs.

    It is something that only you can do. The quirks are yours and yours alone just like mine are mine alone. I know this probably doesn’t sound like I’m helping or answering your questions, but sometimes we need to look further into ourselves, rather than someone give us the answers instead.

    Eva x
     
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  5. Owl

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    Where did you get that from? Dead Nazis are the biggest reincarnation subgroup with a proud internet presence since 2003, many websites, and at least one book, if not more. While in the last years a lot of things are not showing up as much in Google results for some reason, if you type "How to know if you were a reincarnated Nazi" you get an old list that I made back in the early 2010's. If you look for "Breaking the code of silence, past lives from hell" you get Phoenix's book (she was a member here, who remembered a past life in the Nazi hierarchy), and even the Axis past life bunker is still up.

    As far as I know, Gershom's book is for all Holocaust past lives, not just Auschwitz. And while I haven't read the book, I know that many people do not agree with his views since he was saying that holocaust victims had been sinners in other incarnations. So I don't really know how much of a goldmine is anyway.

    The "List of Dead Nazi signs" as harmless as it is, always brings me a lot of issues, so I won't post it here again, but a simple Google search will do the trick.
     
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    KenJ Assistant Archivist and Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    The emphasis on Evil, Wretchedness, and Righteousness is overblown in my opinion. I think the selection of choices that each individual made were the primary mix of learning/experiencing/whatever. The need to find an 'enemy' in order to motivate the 'masses' in order to Right some Wrong that benefits a Few who were granted too much power to handle appropriately (yet another test for them).
     
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    In my opinion, a lot of it is down to environment. You get the right personality, genetic framework and then put that person in a certain environment you get extremism, whether it be Communism or Fascism.

    What I have observed is that those on the losing side of history, those who have witnessed or participated in grand atrocities will carry with them both a tremendous sense of guilt and pain. I’ve witnessed this personally and have had friends who have had a lot of challenges in life due to this. It’s like the burden of the pain is such a great weight it shapes the world they live in. Often that means a lot of challenges.
     
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    I've read both of this books and don't recall reading anything about Holocaust victims having been sinners in other incarnations. You ought to give them a read since you say you haven't done so. Then you can judge for yourself.

    If you are a reincarnated Holocaust victim, the personal accounts are very inspirational and helpful. Even if you are a reincarnated Nazi, you can't help but be moved by these accounts.
     
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    AlteSeele Senior Registered

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    Both of Gershom's books on the topic of reincarnation are good reads. And, they are even helpful for those of us who are reincarnated Nazis. I am one and I was deeply moved by the personal accounts that he documented. These folks are healing from the horrific injustices perpetrated upon them.

    There are a few forums devoted to reincarnated Nazis but none of them appear to be very active at the moment. But even with that, we are not exactly in the shadows, nor are we a tiny minority. Since this board appears to be somewhat active, this is a good place for you to get started on researching that past life.
     
  10. Owl

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    While I' m always interested in reading stories about people who remember past lives during the Holocaust, the purely religious aspect of it or how reincarnation could be accepted in some branches of Judaism couldn't interest me less, honestly (the same would go for other religions). If it wasn't for that, I would probably buy it.
    So tell me, as a reincarnated Nazi, how do you think the book helped you? Were you related to the Holocaust in your WWII past life? Just curious.
     
  11. Eva1942

    Eva1942 An Ancient Egyptian Queen..

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    I don't think it really matters who was who in their lifetimes in Germany. We are ALL dealing with the guilt, pain and relative karmic energy behind our actions. The OP was merely asking for ways on how to tell what quirks were related or connected to being a Reincarnated Nazi. AlteSeele was suggesting some advice, some good reads and also what they found useful for them in their own journey.

    Like I said in my original post:

    I don't feel that there is any 'set list' for quirks. Anyone who thinks there is a 'set list' for reincarnated Nazis needs to reevaluate the way they give advice.

    Eva x
     
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    They mentioned that the book was useful for dead Nazis as well. I asked how they found it useful and inquired about possible holocaust involvement to evaluate if the regular soldier would also found it useful as well or just those with concentration camp memories.

    They exist, they are not "set lists", merely guidelines, and many people found them useful in the past.
     
  13. AlteSeele

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    If the religious aspect doesn't do much for you, then I recommend "From Ashes to Healing", which documents the past life memories of 15 different individuals. The other book "Beyond the Ashes" gets more into the reincarnation aspect in Orthodox Judaism, which you said would not appeal to you.

    In my Nazi past life I was involved with the camps. Being involved was pure $hit for me and even worse for the prisoners. I know what was done to them and it warms my heart to read that it is possible for them to heal. And, that's what Rabbi Gershom's books did for me -- they showed me that in spite of what we did to these people, they can heal from those wounds.

    Part of my karmic payback was that I was reborn into a town with a large Jewish population. And in my generation, I grew up with children of Holocaust survivors and their relatives. I got to know the culture and religion pretty well.
     
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    Eva1942 An Ancient Egyptian Queen..

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    Were you or are you a reincarnated Nazi? Were you related to the Holocaust in any way, shape or form? Just curious..

    Eva x
     
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    I have to disagree with you on this. I believe we do have some quirks, that when we look at them in retrospect, they point to a past life. Whether or not they are on a list that someone's published on line is not necessarily relevant. A list would only serve as a guideline for someone getting into researching a past life.

    In my own experience, I have always loved German marches and watching soldiers goose stepping. This goes back to my early childhood. I also wanted a pair of Lederhosen (not a Dirndl dress, but Lederhosen). I also felt I was German and didn't believe my mother when she told me I wasn't. What young American-born child with no German ancestry gets obsessed with these sorts of things? Yes, my parents were European but not German. None of my siblings had these quirks and neither did any of my friends.
     
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    Eva1942 An Ancient Egyptian Queen..

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    On point! I have this way of not being able to explain myself properly. Exactly what I was trying to say! :)

    Regarding your German quirk... What New Zealand born kid knows about the SS/SD considering NZ is thousands of miles away from Germany and her family in this lifetime is from a Scottish background? o_O

    Eva x
     
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    Yes to both.

    Not many, when something like that comes up I start paying attention because it tends to be a DN sign. I was obsessed as well with my genealogy as a child (I still am), and the percentages that I came up with as a teenager ended up being quite accurate comparing them later to my ancestry report. As a child I would also measure people to classify them later into different dog breeds according to a chart I had, and I would create imaginary family trees, mixing the phenotypes and names of the different imaginary characters. I would also ask all my classmates about their ancestry. Did you ever feel anything about blood transfusions?

    And btw, you convinced me and I may buy From Ashes to Healing. I' m not sure how much if will influence me, but reflecting on it, if it wasn't for Rabbi Gershom there would have been no OLI in the early 2000's, and while maybe events would have unfolded in the same way, the least I can do is read the book.
     
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    If you feel you have some unresolved issues centered around that DN life associated with the camps then Gershom's book should a good read for you as well. If you do buy the book, I hope it helps you as much as it did me.

    The bulk of the book consists of the first hand accounts. The Appendices probably won't interest you very much, unless you're into Edgar Cayce -- then one of them may hold some appeal to you. I've attached the Table of Contents here for you. I got my copy used from Amazon for a decent price.

    Contents.jpg
     
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    Thank you. I ordered it this morning. In a way I'm finally catching up with everything I wanted to read at some point or another 10 years ago but I couldn't due to my location. Will it help me? I don't honestly know. The other day, after I posted, I remembered that it actually did help Phoenix, and Gershom even wrote the preface of her book. Mostly what she valued was that she felt he somehow forgave her (if memory serves). But I don't think I' m looking for forgiveness or have the need for it. I've been reading Holocaust reincarnation stories from both sides in this forum and others for years, I' ve been talking to people for years, I've been watching Holocaust documentaries for the past 20 years, and while over this time other people can get triggered by me, sadly very few trigger me, mostly dead Nazis actually, and after some online interaction. I do tend to have a pretty good radar for those who were in Auschwitz, but again, mostly Dead Nazis, except those inmates that for some reason I interacted with, in which case I "feel something" as well, just by reading them. However, what ends up being triggered is usually nothing that I would expect to be significant. I' ve been looking for years with no success to find and feel what is expected of me to find and feel, I kept thinking that I just have some sort of massive repression mechanism that is not allowing me to effectively deal with this issue. But maybe I' m looking in vain, maybe it was never exactly the issue. Yet, I keep going in circles around it.
    I also used to think that I' m just insensitive to stimuli in general, not easily triggered. That didn't happen with Stuka Pilot, and I' m not even into war books, that doesn't happen with Rielke, I get all sorts of triggers and feelings. But I keep hammering my head with the Holocaust in hopes of finding something. And I' m not an imbecile or a neonazi, I understand things, but the emotional component is not what I would expect. I guess we' ll see what happens.
     
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    I am pleased to hear you went ahead and ordered the book. Good for you. I am aware of who Phoenix was in her WWII incarnation. It's nice to hear that the book helped her and if it can help her, I'm sure it will help you as well. Though how it will affect you, you won't know until you get into it. For me, I started with zero expectations and then I couldn't put it down. I felt peace when I finished it. And yes, I even read the appendices, which is something I normally don't do.

    The KZ camp documentaries get to me after a while and I have to switch to something else.

    If you manage to trigger other people, you may have been what I refer to as a "known entity" at minimum, meaning you are written about in history books. To me, someone with a Famous Past Life is one who is written about in history books and who people still talk about today. Since you mention Auschwitz, I suspect you were involved with that place somehow. Just all the more reason for me to hope that Gershom's book will impact you in a positive way.
     

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