I think I was Japanese

Discussion in 'Past Life Memories' started by Skye Winters, Jun 7, 2018.

  1. Bushido

    Bushido New Member

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    I' ve done a research to a complete list of japanese warlords and i discover this article on wikipedia https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kusunoki_Masashige and the description of this is kinda similar with one of my dreams and with that ilusion i saw during a regression and it' s mention about budhism ,actually in my current life i' m taoist a religion kinda similar with budhism ,i somehow believe to be this man and in a way i don' t doubt it
     
  2. Bellona324

    Bellona324 Divine Femboy

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    I have a bit of interest with the Kira samurai family in general, starting from Yoshitsune and then Yoshinaka. Might be because of an anime character but I’m finding samurais rather interesting now.
     
  3. Bushido

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    I suggest you to do research in Kira clan family genealogy and to read all text ,probably you will find a clue ,also to do meditation and enable your mind to have access to latent information ,i think u will discover the truth and answer ,it' s a chance to you to be part of that clan also stare at the clan mon ( flag ) and see if this will have impact to you bcz the symbol of the clan is meaningful for samurai families
     
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    Read the line regarding 18 Octomber ,it was a kamikaze Lieutenant Commander Kasuga Hitoshi.
    http://www.combinedfleet.com/kamika_t.htm

    Also :
    " The torpedoes missed and Kamikaze gave chase, dropping several depth charges that severely damaged the submarine and partially blew her out of the water. Hawkbill was able to get away, and after the war the ships' captains, Hitoshi Kasuga and Worth M. Scanland exchanged letters praising each other. At the time of the surrender of Japan, she was still based in Singapore, and was turned over to British authorities there." ( https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_destroyer_Kamikaze_(1922))
     

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