Past Lives in Roman Republic and Empire

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  1. Julius.Suiluj

    Julius.Suiluj Caesar

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    Interesting recall. Before I read all the way through, I thought to myself hopefully someone will allow you "freedom" of sorts so you were allowed to do as you will. Interesting then that you did receive such. I'm glad you did.
     
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    Thank you. Hopefully, one day I will find out who the man was. And what became of my sons.
     
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    You're welcome. I hope you find all that also. I hope I figure out hints from my past more too. It can be a struggle at times.
     
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    I remembered, through regressive hypnosis, a past life during the transition from Republic to Empire.
    I was from a patrician family, I sat in the Senate when Caesar became the sole master of Rome.
    When he was murdered, I sided Octavian even though I despised him, because I believed he was "the lesser evil": I considered Antony a whoring drunk unfit to rule Rome.
    When Octavian won the war, disappointed by the fact that Rome had become an Empire (I was a republican)I retired from public and political life and moved to the country.
    I remembered I had two wives: the first, chosen by my father, was a mean, unfaithful woman whom I divorced before having children; the second was a kind, sweet, smart woman I had fallen in love with. With her I had three children: two boys and a girl.
     
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    Does any of you people remember, exactly, how Iulius Caesar was assassinated? Gaius Iulius Caesar, did you plan it because you were growing tired? Marcus Iunius Brutus, did you kill him because you thought that he was a tyrant or because he, himself had asked you to do it? That's just a personal interest of me, because I just love history.
     
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    I was shocked by my death, so I certainly wasn't expecting it.
     
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    Thank you very much for responding.
     
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  8. Julius.Suiluj

    Julius.Suiluj Caesar

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    No problem.
     
  9. CanSol

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    I do know certain details of Ceasar's death, only googled AFTER I suspected something that I thought could be a memory to see if it was correct, I'm not gonna add details that I haven't already posted so that Ceasar can't be influenced by them
     
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    Appreciated! Thanks, I do not like to be influenced. I like to just remember it all as it comes to me. Only Google to verify!
     
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    Anybody else here who just loves Latin numbers and to whom they come naturally?
    I also have a fascination with the AVC calendar.
     
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  12. CanSol

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    I actually have a hard time reading the bigger latin numbers I get I V X but if they get to big like with the L involved I get lost
     

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