Past Lives in Roman Republic and Empire

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  1. Ebuis

    Ebuis Registered User

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    This is just a place for people to list their past lives in the Roman Republic and then the Roman Empire. Feel, free to go into the details if you can recall them. Also, if you had one in Carthage, or Greece, feel free to list them too here.
     
  2. Ender27

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    I know just popular people and one non-named Spartian... but I'm not sure, if those popular characters were mine PLs (Dracon, Alexander III the Great, Brutu).


    The most sure am I about Alexander.
     
  3. VikingGirlTBird

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    Hi Ebuis,


    I really think I was possibly a ancient Greek girl in Ancient Greece and a ancient Roman girl in Ancient Rome during two of my past lives.


    In one possible past life dream, I dreamt that I was a ancient Greek teenage girl in Ancient Greece. In the dream, I looked like a typical ancient Greek teenage girl in Ancient Greece. I had pale skin, dark brownish/blackish hair, and I had one a typical ancient Greek woman's dress on. I was in the market place with my mother and my mother and I were constantly being followed and questioned by soldiers. Then the dream ended and I did not get to find out what eventually happened to me and my mother.


    In another possible past life dream, I dreamt that I was a ancient Roman little girl or a ancient Roman teenage girl in Ancient Rome. In the dream, I did not see what I looked like but, I was near the Roman emperor's palace in the emperor's courtyard. Then I saw the emperor and some soldiers riding up on their horses to the emperor's palace in the courtyard. Then the dream ended.
     
  4. Twilight

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    Simon the Christ;(Christ's Legion?)


    I was born in Malta as a Slave in an island called Malta but I busted out of the island to Judea at the age of 7 by steeling a Roman boat in the dead of night.
     
  5. Obie

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    ^ what an unusual life, and what a brave child you were . I would love to know more about that life
     
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    1) Male, Born in Macedonia, around 40 CE. Joined the V Macadonia Legion around age 18. Fought in the First Jewish-Roman War, 66 to 70 CE and was at the siege of Jerusalem, 70 CE. Eventually rose to the rank of Praefectus Castrorum (the Camp Perfect), though not with the V Macadonia.


    2) Female, born in In the Balkans or Macadonia. Early Christian, died during the Great Persecution which lasted from 303 to 312/313 CE.
     
  7. Lights

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    The only life I remember was in Pompeii/Herculaneum. I was the son of an olive-oil and wine merchant. I was married, with a child (my wife of that life is also my wife in this). We had one son and lived in a small villa-type home near Herculaneum. I was in my late 20s when my wife, our son and I died in the eruption of Vesuvius. I was born in Pompeii but preferred Herculaneum as it was smaller and less crowded.


    I remember being taken to the ruins of Pompeii by my parents over 50 years ago and feeling a strange deja-vu/familiarity with the place. There was no sense of fear or anything like that; just that strange sense of the familiar. You could see Vesuvius from the ruins but it didn't evoke much of a sense of anything, perhaps because it has changed greatly in shape from the Vesuvius I remember (it was much steeper and had only one peak).


    I wonder if I got my interest in geology and volcanology from that life. I had always thought reading Jules Verne as a child pushed me in that direction, but who knows?
     
  8. Twilight

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    Why thank you, sorry for the late response :) .


    Much of the things the Romans did were unspeakable so I'm not really going to go through some detail of the activity that happened in Malta.


    I was born to my Mother named Ishtar in 2BC, I had the tasks of picking up rocks in a sandy landscape for the Oxen to carry. My childhood residence was dark and the walls were of low quality stone. One day when I was 7, Roman troops beat my mother to a pulp so I had enough and never forgave their actions for the rest of that life. I decided to hijack a Roman boat in the dead of night from the dock.


    I sailed to Judea in Gallalee where I was a shoemaker and did some fishing nearby my workplace stand. The land was sort of lush and tropical place with Palm trees and a nice relaxing lake to fish to get away from work.


    I soon discovered Christianity and listened to Jesus's lectures in the temple of Zion and listened to Jesus' lectures from time to time I thought it was a good way to get back at the Romans for their undoing so I decided to get back at them with cash.


    On my last day of that life I was in Assyria in 65AD holding a cross on my back, I was walking on the hard ground where I tripped and broke my ribs I was forced up and we got to our destination where the executioners flipped the cross and me upside down and I Was gone.
     
  9. kmatjhwy

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    Now personally I had some past lives during the days of the Roman Empire it seems. Now when growing up, one of my most favorite movies was 'The Robe'. About a Roman Soldier who acquired the robe of Jesus at his crucifixion, then the further adventures of him and his slave up to his martyrdom. Always have had an interest in the Roman Empire in this life with espicelly an intense interest of the various persecutions of the Christains that went on during the days of the Roman Empire.


    Here are a few of what I know ...


    1) A early christian who was later martyred for the faith possibly during the time period of the Emperor Decius about 250 AD.


    2) A Roman Soldier who was possibly stationed on the German Frontier.


    3) Possibly a priestess in some Goddess temple.
     
  10. Mere Dreamer

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    Wow, I don't remember the movie, but I read and re-read the book. Only the first part, though. The latter half of the story always lost me.


    I've had a few memories of being a disciple of some sort (not necessarily one of the twelve, but a camp follower) leaning against Jesus (or some highly respected teacher out on a hillside during that era) but I pushed them out of my head almost completely until reading your comment brought them to mind again.


    Now I need to add it to my possible-life list. I was taught to have strong feelings about the crucifixion, so I don't put any emphasis on that feeling. However, I do know that the emotions around that event, and the healing imparted through a tangible object stood out to me when I read The Robe.


    The miracle-object types of healing in the story were directly preached against by our mission group (too Catholic/animistic) which makes me think the feelings might have been associated with a PL. I'll have to ask whether I might access memories about that.
     
  11. PastPilot

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    I had a vision of being a priest in Roman times when I was around 8 years old. Not sure what religion it was, but we were dressed in course white robes. I was not what I would call very pious in that life, despite being a priest.


    I also have a strong interest in the Roman Navy, which was a branch of the Roman Army. I have a lot of knowledge of the Roman Navy as I have kept up with a lot of the latest archaeology and theories. My interest in the Roman land forces is minimal. I seem to have spent a lot of time on the water in a number of past lives.
     
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    I have some memories of Roman times. I wrote a thread about it: Italy
     
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    Interesting read, with regards to being a Roman soldier. If you can remember the armor you were wearing, this could pinpoint the time period as the legionnaire armor did change over time. Interestingly, the Egyptian army of this time period looked almost identical to the Roman army as Rome supplied most of it including officers for training.
     
  14. Agathe

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    -Greek "spy" in the 7th century B.C, plotted murder against an enemy general, committed the act with the aid of a complice, was found and captured.


    -Young Athenian male, lived at the end of the Golden Age of Athens, knew Pericles, died at 17 in battle against the spartans.


    -Young greek boy, was killed by a spartan hoplite.


    -Spartan soldier (of a high rank).


    -Spartan commander (head of file, I believe), was snatched by Theban hippeis and toyed with,after the Spartan phalanx broke.


    -Young Athenian boy, attempted suicide by jumping off a cliff.


    -Greek boy, kidnapped by a small force of soldiers (who killed my father and other men of my village), was enslaved, was later freed to become a mercenary.


    -Macedonian hoplite, served in Egypt.


    -Greek hoplite, fought at Delphi against the celts.


    -Greek boy, enslaved by the romans after the sack of Corinth


    -Roman senator, hated Caesar, partisan of the Roman republic, was maybe there at Caesar's assassination.
     
  15. Agathe

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    I have memories of at least four lives in Ancient Greece, one of them was interwined with Rome. I don't really that much of them, exempt a few fragments, visions and 'knowledge'. The only one that I remember with the most clarity was in the 5th century B.C. Athens. I was born in a family of potters in the Kerameikos (athenian deme near the Agora), we were rather wealthy. My family had accepted in our house a foreigner (from a city in the Peloponnisian league). He was a nice looking man of around 30 who sold our grain, oil and pots on the Agora.


    When I was 15-17, Athens supported an enemy city of the one of the foreigner. This made him bitter. After a while, he broke. He started smashing suddenly, with his friend, in broad daylight, our amphoras and vases.


    I heard him breaking the vases and came outside, incredulously, asking what he was doing. He then cursed and spit in my face, tried to intimidate me, and he probably threw a few punches. He might of killed my parents, a little later. He was later arrested, and I knew he was to be sentenced to death two days later. I then went immediately to the Acropolis and took my oath of allegiance to Athens (the oath of the ephebes). I knew I was going to fight the next day. I met Pericles there, quite accidentally, and spent the afternoon with him. I followed him to an assembly, and after, while it was raining, he gave me advice for battle. He obviously did not want it to occur. He then left me quite abruptly, he was a busy man, and had to attend other assemblies to discuss the upcoming battle.


    After that I don't remember much, exempt that I was grave, while the other young men were joyful and thought war would be full of heroism and glory.


    The next day, Pericles came to say farewell to the athenian force.


    He saw me and told me that he wished he could of had more time to talk with me. He also mentioned that if I survived, he would help me get involved in the affairs of the city.


    But I didn't survive.


    I remember there was two offensives (although I think it was a small battle, not a very important one), in the first one, one of my best friends had been killed. In the second one, I wound up in the first rank,unexperimented, and was slaughtered.
     
  16. Agathe

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    I think I had at least two lives under the Roman republic, in one I was a slave, captured after the fall of a city. In the other I was most likely a citizen that sided with Brutus and Cassius, during the Roman civil war.


    As for Ancient Greece, I know of at least four lives:


    -Soldier who served as messenger/spy in the 7th century B.C.


    -Athenian citizen in the 5th century B.C., who lived in a rather wealthy merchant family.


    -Spartan commander (not that high ranked), who lived during the 4th century B.C.


    -Macedonian hoplite, who fought against the Romans, either in the 3rd or 2nd century B.C.
     
  17. shadowx1124

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    I know that this is indeed a strong accusation but I feel as if I am the reincarnation of Emperor Julius Caesar or maybe a Praetorian or someone who was close to him. I don't know why but I've always felt a strong connection to that name as well as the Roman Empire in general. Also some people say that I look like him or resemble him in some way.
     
  18. Jim78

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    Hi Shadow. Welcome to the forum. I was only saying the other day that I wonder if the reincarnation of Julius Caesar would show up on the forum. I'm really bloody interested in talking to him.

    What makes you think that you might be him beyond the resemblance?
     
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    What makes me think that Im him is my unnatural attachment to the Roman Empire and the cities and ruins that once were inhabited and maintained by them. (Especially the city of Rome).
     
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    No offense. I'm not in your head, but that's pretty vague Shadow. You could be any number of Roman citizens based on what you say. I'm not saying that your not Caesar, I don't know after all, I'm just saying that before I had PL memories I spotted the synchronicities and parallels to my PL self. That might not be true for everyone that remembers but for me I had a feeling that my life was synchronizing with one of my past lives before I remembered.

    Have you got anything like that beyond an unnatural attachment?

    I'm not ruling it out. Don't get me wrong. I had a desire to hear about the time in which my PL self lived decades before I remembered, so having those feelings could indicate a PL connection. I'm just wondering what draws you to Caesar out of all the figures in ancient Rome?
     
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