Discussion in 'Past Life Memories' started by DoingThingsWithAbby, Mar 28, 2018.
It was Meerov!
Viktor and Natasha Meerov!
Congrats, it's always nice to have a full name
Were you Russian (Ukrainian, Belarussian etc)?
Then it would be Victor Meerov and Natasha Meerova (Виктор Меров и Наташа Мерова) and family Meerovy
Sorry but can't help it, I was Russian twice before and have Russian blood and family in this life as well so I know how complex the Russian language is and how names change
Russian. We lived in Moscow. He sold drugs and worked in some sort of cream and brown colored building. Sometimes he'd be gone for days on end and so he's have his 'friends' check up on me and call me.
It's great that you can remember that in such detail
Then the info on name construction definately apply to you, rule of tumb, for female last names add a, for plural add y
So you were the Meerovy family
It's a good, strong name
Do you know anyone in moscow with that last name. I think Viktor had a sibling. His father wasn't apart of his life much. He left when he was young and Almost never visited. What does Meerov mean?
you're an angel by the way
Меров means measures but Мееров (pronounced Mejerov) has no other meaning, from english writing I can't tell which spelling or pronounciation I should use, perhaps you recognize which one you had
I don't know anyone from Moscow, my family is from Peterburg and Murmansk, my PLs come from Murmansk (1700's or early 1800's) and Vladivostok (1960's)
oh. you're lucky then. I had another PL in russia, I think. All I remember from then was walking on snow. But I remember that Natasha died on October 8th. Viktor threw her down the stairs while she was pregnant and she bled out. He shot himself after.
That's a hell of a way to go out
My first time I was a pretty high ranked Naval Officer who took orders directly from Tsaar Romanov, went down with my ship
my second I was an enlisted submarine Sailor and went down with the boat, that whole life is classified by an US intel service that shall not be named
I've written what little I remember or can share on here, bumbed that topic up after remembering something from my Vietnam life
I've written everything from Natasha's life on here as well. You're welcome to read that. I have nothing to hide.
I'll take a look
I'm always interested in other people's memories in Russia
you might freak out a bit. But So did I when I stumbled on those videos. lol.
Hey there! I'm Russian this time around, lived the first 21 years in Moscow. I don't know anyone with that name personally, but a quick search of Meerov(a)/Merov(a) on Russian equivalent of Facebook brings around 70 people living in Moscow (only 8 of those have "ee" and not "e", so if you are sure your surname was M*ee*rov(a), that definitely narrows it down). I have no clue if this info is of any help, but there you go
Trust me, it takes a lot to freak me out, seen and heard a lot just from this lifetime alone
VK is indeed a good place to check
I don't have an account...
There is an English version of the website. You can check out vk.com if you wish
I didn't find anyone linked to the name Merov, or Meerova, and I can't remember Natasha's maiden name.
Possibly because John searched in cyrillic and you in english
VK changes cyrillic names automaticly to english if you have that language setting and sometimes completely butchers it in the process
Perhaps copy and past in search each of these and see if it catches anything that way without needing to switch your language setting to Russian
It sbould automatically include female versions as well but have never tried searching Russian while on english setting
Yes thank you, I forgot to take that into account. I use the English version myself yet typed the names in cyrillic.
Regarding the female names, it is SAID to include them, yet didn't when I did my search, so I'd advise to run a search with -a too
Separate names with a comma.