Titanic Past Life

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  1. SeanC

    SeanC New Member

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    I really don't know what to say. Ive been having flashback from quite some time now about me onboard the famous R.M.S Titanic, but I cant seem to remember who I was. If my past life was someone with this personality, would you please tell me about who I was before? I pretty sure I'm from the Titanic. I don't really have memories on dying that night.

    My personality: Kind,Creative, Hates Designing, Money maker, Takes everything I can, Friendly.

    Do you guys seem to know who I was?
     
  2. tanguerra

    tanguerra Senior Registered

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    Hi Sean


    Welcome to the forum.


    It could certainly be that you may have been on the Titanic (or some other ship?). To work out who you were you would probably need a bit more information though.


    What exactly happens in the flashback that you are getting? Is it always the same thing? Tell us more about it. What exactly do you see / hear / feel? How does it happen? Did something start it off? Was there some kind of trigger?


    There are also quite a few threads about the Titanic. You can find them with a search if you'd be interested in reading other people's stories too. That might spark something?
     
  3. SeanC

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    I am almost certain it was the Titanic! I somehow survived the ship and lived on for a couple more decades. I just cannot remember me dying on it... I remember I was in the shipyard, I am involved in the construction of the Titanic and have a friendship with the chief designer Thomas Andrews. I jumped into some kind of lifeboat, and that was when it all stopped. I just dont know ..
     
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    tanguerra Senior Registered

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    Ah ok. Well, a lot of people survived. Perhaps your knowledge saved you? How do you get your memories? Dreams or waking flash backs? I'm always interested in this.
     
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    It's urgent


    Hello, Sean.


    I have the exact same feeling about it.


    I knew Thomas Andrews, I was somehow connected to the ship's building and I didn't die on the ship. I remember being on the boat and seeing the ship sank.


    Just like you, I need to know who I was.


    If you want to, you can contact me via private message
     
  6. Elba

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    Hi,

    There are many people who feel connected to the great ship. She was magnificent, memorable and beautiful. Remarkable of those times. There were other ships as well, e.g. Olympic was quite similar looking and the two were being built together.
    As the tragedy created world fame, there might have been many people who were drawn to the disaster; relatives of victims/survivors of the tragedy. There were also many people, workers and their relatives, designers and their co-workers e.g. who were obviously engaged to these ships or simply people who were gripped by the contemporary news.
    Feelings can be tricky, and many of us have emotional memories instead of real ones of some historial periods. One must be sure and if your inner feeling tells something was right you must follow that red thread to make it 100% sure. There can also be spirit guides (e.g. spirit or real survivors/victims of the tragedy) who may connect you and want to tell their stories. If your own soul has the calling you were someone closely related to the tragedy, it will show up in time. You just need to be sure and get closer and closer. There are good techniques to practice, (e.g. a special kind of yoga, past life regression). It may also take long time to reveal the truth and one must be very careful as human mind is quite fragile.

    Sometimes paralel lives can also give us a false belief.

    Thomas Andrews was one of the central characters of the tragedy. Technically, he was everywhere around the ship testing her first voyage and he also helped with saving passengers intensely so it is possible someone has past life memories with him.
     
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    KenJ Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    You might find this audio cd interesting, it is also in book form. I have the audio version and it is awe inspiring to hear Bill Barnes relive his life as Tommy.
     
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    Browse for Edward Wilding naval architect, worked under Tommie Andrews, they were probably friends as well, so someone significant involved in the construction and he also sailed the Titanic from Belfast UNTIL Southampton. He did not sail the doomed journey, though.
    Another option: google Titanic guarantee group. They worked in the Belfast shipyard and on the Olympic class liners, knew Thomas Andrews and sailed the Titanic, however, none of them survived the tragedy.
     
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    Bill Barnes is a great man.
     
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    I am new to the forum. I believe I have met Bill Barnes at a class we were both enrolled in or someone else who was involved in building the great ship. When I walked into the room and sat down, I was about to pick up a book, not aware it was his at the time - he stopped me and asked if I knew who I was. Some how at the time, I realized he meant did I know who I was in a past life. I responded that I did. He then asked me to turn the book over. He felt he had recognized me...something in my demeanor and expression possibly had brought back the memory of who I had been. I had not really looked at him so did not have the same reaction but he mentioned he had told our instructor who I was the day before. We had shared a past life that involved time on the Titanic. I was a survivor. My name was Margaret in the past life and strangely enough, it is my middle name in this life. I passed away in "that" life of a stroke and had a stroke at age 20 in this life but feared another and of dying alone until I learned of her death a few years ago. I no longer fear dying that way. I first knew who I was when I walked into a historic home and a woman came dressed in clothing that came from an old trunk in the attic. I recognized it as my own and also felt I knew the woman who was very elderly. I asked for her autograph - hoping she wouldn't think I was strange. She signed a folder for me and looked into my eyes as if she recognized me, then took my hands holding them as if she didn't want to let go but did not speak. I began to track the life of who I was as I lived in the same state as she had and loved it dearly, still love it and miss it. I have found her grave and had a very emotional reaction to it. I also feel more related to her personality than the one I was born with and following the stroke in this lifetime, took over that persona as I feel that is the real me. I don't believe I would have survived if I hadn't done that. That is the stronger part of who I am and have always been. I will write more if anyone is interested. I have a strong feeling that many who were on the Titanic have returned together as I have met more than one who know they were there on that fated night.
     
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    KenJ Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Wow Maggie, it appears that you are quite aware of your prior life-experience. Welcome to the forum, we would certainly be interested in hearing more about you, your memories, and what you have discovered. I assume that Margaret survived the sinking?
    I'd like to understand this statement better, is it death itself or having a fatal stroke that has become more acceptable?
     
  12. MaggieB

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    The stroke is something the human body has to endure and not pleasant at all. I have lost my fear of death and once I realized that I was once Margaret and had conscious recall of that past life, I no longer had reason to fear leaving this life. I have had a couple of hypnosis sessions just to clarify some small pieces of my memory. I then was able to trace the information back to see what I recalled was actually true. It took some digging but well worth it. Simple things such as what I was wearing in the lifeboat and a scene I kept seeing in my mind that had made my (then) husband angry - I was a strong woman's rights advocate and he didn't care for that.
     
  13. KenJ

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    Could you tell us more about this, and what else you remember about the ill-fated voyage and Margaret's life? Can you remember the chilly feelings in your recollections when you were in the life boats? Did you watch the movie, and if so, what were your feelings?
     
  14. MaggieB

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    From the time I recognized the dress that came from the trunk in the attic of the historic home I was visiting, I had more and more memories of this lifetime. For some reason, I did not immediately recall the time on the Titanic but life in a Colorado gold mine town where I grew up. I still remember it. There was an active mine, the men worked hard, but there was also teamwork and togetherness and sharing. Unlike the depiction of what we think the "old west" was like. This was a settled town that was there long after I left.

    I had been overseas with another family member when I received notice that a family member at home in the U.S. was ill and I thought I should return. I was not supposed to come home yet so had to make new arrangements. My relative decided to continue to travel and stayed behind. I made plans to return home and booked passage on the Titanic. I had to transfer some major purchases to the ship such as dishes and jewelry. Some of those dishes are on the bottom of the seabed today. They have a typical pattern of the time - white with tiny blue flowers. I liked them especially well because unlike some of the others, the cups had a drop of gold on the handles. I did not file for the loss of the dishes but did claim for the jewelry once I returned home.

    I was traveling alone on the ship but knew others who were sailing and was definitely not shy. I loved my husband and wished that he would support me more in my efforts and also travel. He preferred to stay at home and live a quiet life. That was the huge difference between us and I suppose the gap that separated us although we never left each other completely....ending up as what I would call close friends. I had such a deep passion and following to make sure women were treated with respect that I knew this had to be in the forefront of my journey in that life.

    I believe I was actually playing cards with an elderly male friend when the great ship was struck. I was aware something was wrong but did not feel fear, just an element of concern. I recall that I was dressed warm and loved broad brimmed hats covered with decorative flowers or ribbons and such yet all dark in color. The one I had on that night was extra heavy on my head. I also had a fox wrap that had a large broach where the fox connected at the tail and also wore one of my favorite necklaces - jet. I can't recall what earrings I might have had on. I remember walking out on the deck and being placed in the lifeboat and don't believe it was completely full. We were lowered into the sea. There was a crewman there to row us off into the distance where we stopped long enough to listen to the horrific sound of the ship as it broke in half, made deep groaning sounds and sank to the depths. All I could hear then were screams of people floating in the frozen sea. Our lifeboat was not full and I was determined to go back so stood and shouted at the crewman to turn around - he would not. In fact, he was in some kind of shock himself so he put the oars down and moved to the back of the boat. Some of the women just sat and stared straight ahead. I sat down between the oars and asked for help. We were too far away from the area where the Titanic went down now and the voices were fading so more than one of us - women - helped to row away in the dark. I believe that helped us to keep warm along with the trauma - I did not feel the cold.

    I returned home and decided I had to make something of my life by increasing the awareness of what women meant to society aside from playing hostesses to their husbands business parties, attending required society approved for women meetings such as church gatherings and so on. It was time for women to have a say politically and otherwise. This would not be an easy direction to go but I was determined and I had survived for a reason so the rest of my life had to mean something. I did not think like others for this time period. I realize I was very outspoken.

    Back to the present....I was obsessed with visiting the Titanic traveling museum so when it arrived in St. Petersburg, FL I planned to go. I could not get my best girlfriend at the time to go with me. She knew I did not like to drive the highway alone but I didn't care. I finally called my mom and sister and they agreed to go at the last minute. This tour was run so only 8 people walked through carrying a radio and earpiece so each could listen independently to each display on their own time. There was no crowding and there were several floors to cover. We reached the top floor when I was looking into a glass case holding a life jacket brought up from the seabed when suddenly I felt the floor rock underneath me. I looked at my sister and mom not noticing anything different about them. I then heard screaming - well my first thought was this sound was possibly coming from our radios. This made sense. However, the floor was heavy cement and could not have rocked. I then noticed my sisters face, pulled the earpiece away and asked her if she heard the screaming - both her and my mom said yes. We heard it without the radios on. I began to look behind the curtains in the corner and asked the other 4 people in the room if they heard it too. They all said no and looked at me as if I had lost my marbles. I thought the museum had done a terrific job of replicating this dark, most frightening night in history for us to experience. Not the case at all. We were the only ones feeling it.

    Just off to the right was an open-air balcony, sky filled with stars, ice cold night and the deck to match that night. I walked outside, spotted the iceberg floating in the sea and the screams became even louder. I was thrown off-balance by a jolt under my feet. At the same time, my sister and mom were knocked into me. We were all frightened and the tour for us was over. We went back down the ramp to the store, did some shopping and I drove the hour and a half home. My mom and sister have no explanation regarding their experience that day with me. I feel they either had shared the experience with me or there was a time slip allowing them to know what I had gone through.

    These are some of my memories of that lifetime so special to me now. Why do some of us have this recall? I wish I knew. I know some will ask if I am afraid of water or ships - the answer is a definite no. I have taken cruises with no fear at all. I have spent many years in the water and under the water in ways many would not consider even if they had not been where I have been. I am a bit of an adventure seeker, still love to travel but have slowed down now and must say that I know inside - if it was my time to go, if my contract is up, it wouldn't matter what I was doing, I would have to say goodbye so I might as well do what I am called to do and enjoy it.
     
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    Thank you very much Maggie for your story.
     
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    Welcome to the forum GMc, that is an interesting post; glad you found us. I listened to William Barnes' audio book about the Titanic and learned a bit more about it and the people involved. Your memories seem to be fairly strong and have a lot of visual triggers, perhaps to hear parts of Barnes' regression would be interesting to you also. They shouldn't be too scary as a lot of it is about the building of it.
     
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    Hi GMc,

    Welcome to the forum. It certainly sounds like you were there, and in-family reincarnation is not uncommon, though apparently less common in the West than in some tribal cultures. But I would keep an open mind about other possible persons on the ship and especially in the engine room. It sounds like you may have had some animosity towards Mcreynolds, which makes me wonder whether you worked under him, blamed him for your death, or etc.

    Cordially,
    S&S
     
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    Had another Titanic dream. always about being on it when it's sinking and I end up in the water...these last 3 this month were bout a replica where u can ride on the ship to see what it's like when sinking and I end up in the room with the real artifacts and I am terrifed coz even in these dreams I remember being on the real one when it sank...but all the other dreams I'm always on the real one when it sank and end up in the water.I even woke up thinking I was on it, I was confused for a sec...that's how real they are, I can feel everything in those dreams. I swear I was on that ship. I been having these dreams since I was 8 continuously they are always the same. Even the replica ship dreams keep pointing me to the artifacts . my mom said her dad's mom said our family was on it they stoped for awhile then continued...but it's me on that ship I don't see it through ancesters eyes I see it through mine like a legit memory
     
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    It sure sounds like it was your past life
    Keep in mind that sometimes you're reincarnated in the same family so that could be the case with you, or you were someone else completely in that life, both options are possible

    And that no matter what, you keep ending up with the artifacts, could it be that you're either looking for something that you've left behind or that something of yours is among the artifacts?
     
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