German victim of Nazis in WW2

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  1. Richard St. Clair

    Richard St. Clair Active Member

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    Every time I hear people speaking German, or when I hear news about Germany, I am very uncomfortable, feel slightly sick to my stomach. I realized that it was a PL memory. I've long had the sense I was a child murdered in a Nazi concentration camp, around age 6 or 7, I can't be sure. I don't have any other details, just a flash that this is my most recent PL.
     
  2. Eva1942

    Eva1942 A Walking Enigma..

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    First of all, not every German was a ‘Nazi’. That is a post WWII word, the Germans themselves called themselves a ‘National Socialist’ (hey, it’s 4am and I can’t think of the German word right now :confused:) Even some that were in the SS were not even for Hitler’s idealogy.

    Exploring Holocaust past lives is difficult. I am yet to still explore most of my memories in Auschwitz-Birkenau, but I don’t because at least in the Ghetto I had some sort of altered normalcy.

    All the best,
    Eva x
     
  3. Richard St. Clair

    Richard St. Clair Active Member

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    Thank you, Eva. My PL as a victim of the Holocaust is very blurry, probably because I was so young and in such a traumatic situation.
     
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    Remember, while Jews were the primary target of Nazi (NS) German authorities they were not the only group targeted. The German authorities also targeted and killed other groups, including at times their children, because of their perceived racial and biological inferiority: Roma (Gypsies), Germans with disabilities, and some of the Slavic peoples (especially Poles and Russians). Other groups were persecuted on political, ideological, and behavioral grounds, among them Communists, Socialists, Jehovah's Witnesses, and homosexuals. Because the Nazis advocated killing children of “unwanted” groups, children—particularly Jewish and Romani children—were especially vulnerable in the era of the Holocaust.
     
  5. Richard St. Clair

    Richard St. Clair Active Member

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    I am well aware of the extent of the Holocaust aimed at all sorts of vulnerable races and peoples. It was so horrible many anti-Jewish countries and neo-Nazis are denying the Holocaust ever happened. But it DID happen, one of the bloodiest, cruelest, most murdersome epochs in all human history. Someday I may do a fullblown PL regression and explore my PL in the 3rd reich as a victim of hatred and racist bigotry. It might be very hard for me to explore, since the horror of it might be too much for me to take now. I'm nowhere near a PL regression.
     
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    Hello Richard! I'm a Brazilian who used to be a Germany Infantry soldier going towards Stalingrad, in the Soviet Union. I do believe the Holocaust did happen, but statistics and numbers is another story. Personally, I have no hate nor dislike for anybody. I like everybody, except French people. For some reason, I just don't like the French. I love the French food though. I have done multiple Past Life Regressions and you will discover more about yourself each time and gain more vivid detail. Some people just need to explore themselves and understand who they are, at least, "Who they used to be?"

    I suggest you do "Self Hypnosis" because its very similar to going to a physical place to do it. Hypnosis will not work if you can't follow the guide's voice whether its from an pre-made audio clip or a real person talking to you. Just like learning. You can't learn if you can't teach yourself. The teacher is a guide to help you teach yourself.

    Anyways, I hope you search for Guided Hypnosis Sessions on YouTube to help you get started. We would like to know more about past self and so do you! Your welcome!
     
  7. Jaimie

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    Hi, in my most recent life I did not like the sound of the German language but this was because of the war, but there were other things about the war that also brought this unpleasant feeling to me, so overall I think it was the war that did this. I did not like the look of anything that reminded me of war, no matter what side, American soldier or who ever. I think what upset me, among other things the most, was the torture and the killing of the civilian Jews.

    While making experiences of a past life further back in time I sensed that my man in that life had a German feel to him, was of German in heritage ( found one potential guy that fit into this description, but can't say for sure it is really him ). I then had the feeling it was not something we should talk about, and I think it had to then do with WW1. He could make me nervous too because one moment he was a charmer like you wouldn't believe, the next if some guy or guys made a comment or did something he would react, never swallow, never, ever, and he could fight with his fists, it was as if there was very little calculation if he could win the fight or not, always acting on instinct, moral code, acting the same with words, would not hold back. He was a quick energy-shifter, and I can see someone who was highly sensitive, even if one never spoke of guys being sensitive back then, I think, he was easy yet complex. I have one memory of him staring with intense hate at someone which to me was like seeing him in a different light than I had ever seen him before, it frighten me. He looked like he could kill the guy. I had learned to be more careful. He was never abusive to me, though, I think it was one of his principles, to never hit a woman, he always wanted equality, I don't think he ever wanted me afraid of him. I think he might have been this "hot tempered" because of his German heritage, not letting anyone step on him.

    I realized I had sympathy for the Germans in WW1, maybe because of him, because I loved him so dearly or because I was a pacifist in that life too and understood that we were all just human beings trapped in an impossible situation.

    Much further back in time, in a life in the 1870's-1890's I have felt as if I was aware of the French Revolution, perhaps because of Mother, in that life. I was aware that there should not be too much gap between the rich and the poor and that we ( the more rich ) had an obligation to help out. I think I was involved with all kinds of charity, hospital and so on from early on, because of Mother's introduction. I realized later on in life that my husband was not brought up this way, and we simply did not understand one another. At one point I said "We are all God's children" or something like that.

    /Jaimie
     
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    Eva1942 A Walking Enigma..

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    It makes me so WILD to hear about holocaust denial. It DID HAPPEN and IT IS REAL. :(

    How can people not say it is real when there’s former camps and ghettoes you can visit as memorials?

    Eva x
     
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    My first father-in-law helped liberate a Plish camp, I don't know which one though. My wife showed me a picture of thousands of wedding rings that were found.
     
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    My great grandfather was killed in front of his children by the nazi regime because he refused to join. They were given to a foster family afterwards because my great grandmother couldn’t bare the loss. So crazy anyone could possibly deny a tragedy that took so many lives, and so many can account for it personally.
     
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