Seeking other Romans

Discussion in 'Past Life Memories' started by peach, Nov 1, 2001.

  1. peach

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    I'm interested in those of you who were Roman. I was the daughter of a Senator. I spent a dreadful year in Egypt as a Roman citizen and I am still terrified of Egypt. Fourtunatly, I have been able to see Rome in this life. But I saw Rome at it's zenith, and I miss it dearly. I have very fond memories of Rome and wish to get a little nostalgic.
     
  2. Deborah

    Deborah Executive Director Staff Member

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    Hi Peach,

    I remember a past life as a young boy in Rome, I worked at the coliseum and did errands for the Gladiators. I didn't live very long -probably until I was about 16. I was terrified of those Gladiators!!!!!

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  3. Deborah

    Deborah Executive Director Staff Member

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    HI,

    More questions; Do you remember any names? Even a first name for you or your father?Or maybe any specific political circumstances? I am really very interested in your memories.

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  4. Germonious

    Germonious Senior Registered

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    Do you remember during what time period in Roman history that you lived? I lived a few times during these times, but in the most prominent life I was a young Roman General bye the name of Octavian who fought alongside General Germanicus and I later became Caesar Augustus(which I have recently found out). I had I believe 3 more in and around the Roman Empire. In one I was a farmer in Hispania(Spain) who was deeply in love with his wife(who is supposed to again be my wife in this life). Another I was a slave that was given my freedom and I turned into a famous gladiator(didn't seem to fight on a full time basis like the rest of the gladiators) with riches abound. The 4th one I remember I was not part of the Roman Empire, but a top elder in an outlying tribe. We had contact with the Romans, but surprisingly they did not attemt to conquer us.
     
  5. naturlwn

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    Hi , I too was a Roman soldier I died about 70 AD.I was part of the fortification occupying Judea at a very tumultuous time in History.My name was Thaddeus and I was a christian sympathizer. I was secretly in love with a phillistine woman with whom I had a child named Seth.I was killed for my sympathies whenfound out by fellow soldiers. I lived in Rome as a member of a very Patrician family with a long line of military males.I was a Pagan before arriving in Judea.
    Jeanne
     
  6. peach

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    I don't remember much in the way of dates, names, and the like. I'm very new to this, as I never studied reincarnation before. But I have found my husband from Rome. He was apparently a military man of sorts. We were around before Julius in the height of the true Republic of Rome. BTW: It is the greatest pleasure to be able to meet with a "blast from the past". I hope all of you have had the joy of meeting old friends from former lives. He was the one to call back all of these memories and get me to look deeper into reincarnation. We've been through two lives together as a married couple that we remember. No, he's not my husband now. We must be "taking a break". LOL. We don't have that kind of relationship. We are twenty years apart in age, so we have got to have some considerable connection to even have anything in common here on Earth. As for Eygpt, I remember being appalled at the barbaric, irrational obsession with the dead. All day and night, nothing but working for the dead. The cultures were so different, and I was a rather haughty, nationalistic Roman, looking down my nose at all the "barbarions". That probably had more to do with it than anything. Apparently, I also hated being there, and witnessed some sort of bone chilling mystisism associated with Eygpt that was a 180 difference in Rome. Gladiator fights never phased me. Odd isn't it. I remember Rome as my best life. I unconsiouslly compare the U.S. to it more often than I realize. Maybe that's why I chose to be here in this Republic. I'll share this with you even if it's a little off the topic. This is my first modern life, and I feel like a fish out of water longing for the old ways. I may have been around in early America. I'm almost sure that I am an old soul. I'm not sure why I came back this go-round. Maybe I wanted to be there when it all panned out. I feel so old sometimes, rather jaded. Well, I'm just sitting up here running my mouth now. Thanks for resonding to my post!
     
  7. peach

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    All that and I didn't answer your questions Deborah! I have yet to have clear memories as in visions, dreams, or such. I remeber a little every each time my friend and I can schedule it in our present lives to have a talk about it. I remeber Eygpt in connection with Rome. Maybe I'll get a little better at this and can give out names and dates.
     
  8. kuka

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    Hello everyone!

    I don't have absolutely any pastlife memories, or (I thought) connections to the Roman times. But a few months ago when I was talkign with someone about birthmarks, I found out that apparently white birthmarks were associated with people who were "fed" to the lions.

    I have a reasonably sized white birthmark on my side, can anyone tell me more about this, and whether it is actually a connection to those who were persecuted in Rome? I'd greatly appreciate any information you could give me. Kuka
     
  9. peach

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    I read somwhere around here that birthmarks can be any sort of previous mortal wound.
     
  10. princessbuttercup

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    I believe I was a farmer in Britain either around the time of Claudius I's conquest in A.D. 43, or in the Dark Ages.

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  11. Peter V

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    I guess I'm the odd ball out here.

    I've been told that I have lived in ancient Egypt, Classical Greece, Late 12th/Early 13th century England, 16th century Siam, etc. But never Rome.
     
  12. lysippes_legacy

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    I had a dream where I was named Livia Diana Tarquinia at the time of the Roman conquest of Ionia and was daughter of Roman merchants in Ephesus.I was unhappy of my Roman identity and fled my house to become a priestess of Artemis.

    In another life in the 1st century BC I was
    the daughter of a Roman officer and a Lykastian Amazon princess, but lived in my mother's village, grew up as an Amazon warrior princess and led a rebellion against the Roman invadors before being captured and executed on the cross...that past life had been like a true greco-roman tragedy...


    Now the US just make me think of Rome with their policies...
    History ever repears itself!
     
  13. Brueghel

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    Two weeks ago, I went to a healer and spontaneously I started to have last life memories.
    One of them was Roman because I recognised the architecture. (Some buildings resemled things I have seen in the Gladiator but I don't know how historic accurate that is or whether my memories were triggered by it) I I was climbing a stair caise and there were soldiers around me. Next I was in a building and a very richly dressed lady walked towards me.
    But that's all... I don't know who I was...

    My other memories during that healing were all very focussed on architecure as well.

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  14. catseye

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    Hey Deborah,
    I didn't know that you were at the coliseum.
    I recall one life where I was a boy, probably fourteen/fifteen, dark hair, short and curly, olive skin, short tunic. I took care of the animals (I HELPED take care of the animals-can't get it out of my system even now) Feeding, carrying water buckets, being taunted by the lion master. I used to curry the horses and I remember a pair of black horses fondly.
    I also remember walking along a staircase that curved down the outside of a building, there was a tiny window with some bars in it. I looked in and there were these people inside that I couldn't understand because they talked funny. (I think they may have been Christians.) I remember one particular young woman with beautiful eyes who as a fifteen year old, I was immediately smitten with. However i later learned that she was killed with the others during the games.
    I don't think that I ever saw the games as I was with the animals all the time.
    I was killed by two drunken Roman soldiers who were making a lot of noise around my favorite horses and scaring them. I yelled at the soldiers and one picked up a rock and bashed my head in.
    Not much excitement there.
    catseye
     
  15. Rittmeister

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    I was in Roma for about 3 or so lifetimes. Each time I was Centurion level and one friend says that I was a baker once. Don't recall that at all. I left Roman life after Christ. Never saw any of the Gladitorial games. Don't think I would like that much.

    What I do remember the most and like was the parties and the sexual atmosphere. Life was great as a Centurion. All the women and men wanted you. Yes, the U.S. is a lot like Rome except Americans are a bunch of prudes.

    Now this will sound weird, I get flashbacks to Rome whenever I listen to a Madonna song. It's one of the newer ones where she sings something about "And I feel like I just got home" It could be called ray of light? Anyway, it's not the lyrics but the sound of her voice and the rhythm of the music. It makes me think of a concert with lots of people milling about dancing and a few are doing other things. There is lots of lights, food, alcohol, and I think some kind of drug or something that makes one feel very....geez, I barely explain it, euphoric? The more I think about it, it might have been a night club of some sorts.

    We are all dressed in very light weight clothing. As a matter of fact, all I am wearing is a tunica, which is basically a fine linen short shirt. Not a place for people who are uncomfortable in seeing body parts exposed. It was a very fun and relaxed atmosphere. I kinda like just thinking about it.

    I am a little unsure about talking too much more about the sexual stuff, I don't want the moderators to put a big rated X on my posting.

    Rittmeister
     
  16. Cynewulf

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    From dreams, I remember that the old Rostra in the time of the Old Republic, was in a place which no history book mentions, where Julius Caesar built a temple to himself.

    Also, there was an open and grassed, public space where the Courts were built in a latter time. Small birds used to come from all over the city just before dark, to nest for the night in the trees.

    It was an amazing city, it used to be home.
     
  17. Nobutada

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    I was an Armenian stonecutter who became an indentured servant in Rome under the name Marcus Livius. That was, as far as I know, my first life, and it was rather unremarkable and quite full of stress and anger. I think this was around the 2nd century AD...

    --N.
     
  18. jrock_uriel

    jrock_uriel Old Soul from Long Ago

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    LOL I am new here, so I am puting up threads like crazy So I applogise for so many questions, but I am just so curious!

    Has anyone else out there have any past-life connections with Hardrian and/or Antinous?

    Recently I started figuring out my past Romen life. I went over my memories of faces and events, did tons of research, and found perfect matches. I got butterfies and a calm peace in my soul when I first reconized the faces and then matched the stories. I never would have guessed I was Antinous! I still keep an open mind to thise life as well as my many others, as I could always be wrong. But the facts, timeline ad faces match so perfectly I know I found my truth.

    What the main post mentioned about feel really close to the facts in the research I've done. You should look up Hadrian and Antinous on google and read up on the history. You might find similarities with your memories and maybe find answers.
     
  19. Denomar

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    I was a Roman. : angel My name was something like Lyceus and I know I had about 3 children. We studied the Romans in school when I was 8 and I was captivated. In dreams I discovered I died at the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Everytime it's mentioned or I see a documentary/re-enactment about it, my stomach churns even after 2000 odd years...
     
  20. Spocket

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    I was Roman, but I lived in the republic at the time of the Punic Wars. It seems that many people who lived in Rome lived in the empire, which I guess makes more sense because the empire was so much bigger and had so many more people.

    Many people I know now, I knew in that life too--my parents, my best friend, my cousin, and some former friends. I don't know much at this point, except that I was a dark-haired woman (I'm a man now). I've always loved all things Roman. I taught myself Roman numerals at 5 (and thus was the only kid who knew when old cartoons were made), loved the Asterix cartoons and even had trouble thinking of the Romans as the villains (which they were in that cartoon), and learned Spanish (modern Latin--it's the Romance language with the most speakers, and Spanish speakers and Italian speakers can understand each other) in middle and high school. I've been reading a lot about Roman history lately and I love it.
     

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