The "Reincarnation" Game

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  1. The Traveler

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    That's is JUST a game. Not take it seriously into any way.
    is a funny game that i did for smile a lot some days ago.
    basically you insert your birth date into that site, only the birth date. and the algorythm search on wikipedia famous folks that died into the day youre born, or into the most near date.
    thant go past with the same tecnique, and so away, from life to life. until reach amount 20 pasted life and reach the middle age VIII - X century.
    is just a game, but is very fun.
    what i noticed, playing that with my friend, is a certain matchs with talents and skills of folks.
    have fun!
    PS: obvious is a game. do you have the idea of how many folks die into the same day of the birth of someone? also if someone will rebirth immediatly, how many probabilities there are to be exactly the man-woman of that game? lel.


    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_...rnation_machine_find_out_your_past_lives.html
     
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  2. The Traveler

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  4. Speedwell

    Speedwell Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    It may be a game, but it incorrectly titled. Using birth dates is closer to astrology or numerology. It should not be confused with actual reincarnation memories.
     
  5. The Traveler

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    Well i posted it just for fun, how i should rename the thread?
    if i can rename the thread, i never tryed. maybe is the first thread that i open here.

    seems i can't rename the thread. well, Speedwell, if you want to change the name of the thread with someone more correct, i will not offende myself. :)
     
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  6. Cyrus

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    Buon Anno, guaglion !

    I've tried it, and it told me my last PL was that of a nazi SS man still active in 1945, whereas the regression said I had been an Italian marine and killed in the battle of Taranto in 1940.

    Don't know how to interpret this.
     
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  7. The Traveler

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    Grazie Cyrus. :)
    well, maybe is just a coincidence. curious, however. o.o
     
  8. There and back again

    There and back again Senior Member

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    Well that was a bit of much needed fun after today's events but anyway for me it came up with some interesting names in the UK, France and Germany as well one or two others mostly nobility though there were a couple in the church as well.

    Here is one of the names. Mary II (30 April 1662 – 28 December 1694) was joint Sovereign of England, Scotland, and Ireland with her husband (who was also her first cousin), William III and II, from 1689 until her death. William and Mary, both Protestants, became king and queen regnant, respectively, following the Glorious Revolution, which resulted in the deposition of her Roman Catholic father, James II and VII. William became sole ruler upon her death in 1694.
     
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    You'll be surprised that more than one life can be lived at a time by souls and there is at least a couple accounts here on this forum though the threads are pretty old.
     
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  11. Cyrus

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    Yes, I read something like it in Michael Newtons books.

    I hope not.

    I don't believe in numerology/astrology. And I haven't felt anything remotely indicating that nazi life in none of the PL regressions I passed through.
    Neither in any of my innumerable déjà-vus.

    I can speak German a little, because I had to learn it at school, but I've never liked it.

    And never liked that culture - though I'm slightly familiar with it:

    Ich weiss nicht was soll es bedeuten
    Das ich so traurig bin
    Ein Maerchen aus alten Zeiten
    Das kommt mir nicht aus dem Sinn...

    (entirely from my memory right now; they made me learn this verse out of Heine's "Lorelei" in the school - God knows how long ago).

    And this medieval folk song they adapted for more modern occasions:

     
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  12. There and back again

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    Only you can know if that life is so or not but who knows as there is all kinds of surprises on the other side when the years are done. I am ok with numerology but know little and astrology it has taken me a while to slowly accept it though not comfortable even now.

    One of the German names it gave me. Cardinal Albert of Brandenburg (German: Albrecht von Brandenburg) (28 June 1490 – 24 September 1545) was Elector and Archbishop of Mainz from 1514 to 1545, and Archbishop of Magdeburg from 1513 to 1545.
     
  13. The Traveler

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    I need to stay away a lot for health troubles.
    sorry guys, see ya and keep safe.
     

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