Why so many Nazi reincarnates?

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  1. tanguerra

    tanguerra Moderator Emeritus

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    I think it's OK to mention things going on in the real world (if they're relevant of course). I think the concern is people getting into heated political debates about current events which would be off-topic and a distraction to other forum members. I wouldn't have a problem with your comment Mama.


    As to your question, I see a lot of parallels in the current almost global vilification of Muslims. Fear and hatred of a group that is 'different' is nothing new in human nature. If that group has wealth influence that another powerful group wants, well, there's a problem. It's been going on since the dawn of time. Will it ever change? Maybe one day. Let's hope so.
     
  2. Mama2HRB

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    It almost seems that as we live each life and learn lessons those lessons should make the world a better place to live with less violence and more people open to peace, love and harmony.


    There is certainly more violence but at the same time I do see more people who are openly trying to make a difference. I wonder if these are actual increases or if we are just more aware of it because of social media.


    Yeah, I really should stop trying to get answers to the unanswerable. cover facecoffeewine**
     
  3. calliestarr

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    I too got criticized often for researching nazi's, family friends and teachers fearing some sort of indoctrination taking place; when in reality my belief system was far from anything fascist, nazi, or hate based.


    Your mention of the various uses of swastikas is the most compelling argument for misinterpretation of past memories/lives I've seen. Thanks
     
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    Several years ago an old building was being torn down in Tulare, CA. The old brick building next to it was left standing. When the first building was gone people were suddenly shocked by what was on the wall of the second building. It was a very large painted sign for "White King D" laundry detergent. Down in the corner was a Swastika! OMG People were freaked out. A local historian looked at it and said it was not a Nazi swastika. It was the old ancient good luck swastika. The sign dated from the early 1900s. The Nazi's stole it because it was a good luck symbol. The Nazi swastika is turned around, that's how you tell the difference. People in Tulare were demanding the sign be painted over. The local history people wanted to preserve it. The City Council compromised by ordering blinds installed over it. If someone wants to view it they have to make arrangements.


    https://blackswaniw.wordpress.com/2008/02/11/white-king-soap-avertisement-note-the-swastika-images/
     
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    I hadn't heard this story, but I've known about the swastikas other uses for some time. I did find some in the town I grew up in, always curious as to why they were present, assuming of course it was remnants of Nazi Germany, I later came to find out they predated the war, and too, were related to good fortune.


    http://www.ci.glendale.ca.us/lampposts.aspx
     
  6. Phthalo

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    I've never noticed a large number of Nazi past life stories here. There are some but they seem to be proportionate and just a few among many that discuss other eras, sides, and places.


    There may be people who make it up for attention, who are delusional, or who are trying to overcompensate because they're lacking something in their own lives. At the same time, I believe that many are telling the truth. If we assume that past lives exist, then it's only logical that many people would remember living in that time period and some would have been Nazis. There are factors that can make memories and claims seem more credible to me, no matter what that past life was (though especially when it's something controversial), and if those factors are there, why dismiss it?


    I don't understand what's so impossible about it, even if I understand that it can be something difficult to accept.


    To respond to the original question, Owl mentions some good factors. I would also add the way someone who remembers a Nazi past life might feel. If someone says that they were a Medieval farmer in a past life, anyone around them who is at least open-minded about the possibility of past lives might ask them a few questions and then let it go. If someone says that they were a Nazi, that will make others surprised and confused, at best, or wondering if their friend has some sort of hidden problem, at worst. It makes sense that people who feel like they'd have more trouble than usual telling others about their past lives would find online forums a good way to share experiences and to have someone to talk to. This might simply make people who remember Nazi past lives more visible. It's more or less the same with people who had traumatic past lives and seem to discuss that a lot on online forums, when it doesn't mean that they're in the majority.


    I wasn't a Nazi in a past life (as far as I know), so I'm not talking out of experience here.
     
  7. Demi

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    Nazi or not, in reality could be any war out there it's all the same... very similar experiences even by today's war veterans. There is just too much hype about Nazi stuff as most were regular soldiers... some were sociopaths but there are sociopaths everywhere too, as if third reichers have the patent on anything... Some will say the Holocaust, not even that is unique, except it was done in an "efficient" way and not by knife like Jasenovac, UPA, Gulag, Agent Orange etc.. etc... To cite someone who was both a prisoner in Auschwitz and the Gulag, he said, "the Nazis were like child's play compared to the Commies." So in case anyone is faking it because they want to appear "bad" as someone was concerned about, time to switch allegiance.


    Yeah "evil empire", join the crowd of evil empires in world history. There are people with war experiences which happened in the nazi era and its just like war in any other time and place... and which war is ever just and morally correct, tell me. I'm not justifying the insanity of the leaders of Third Reich, but even in the "save the world" wars, so many civilians killed in Iraq, Afghanistan.
     
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    Society in general is actually less violent than it once was, although it might not seem like it. There are still a lot of horrible things that happen in the world every day, mainly to the weakest of course, the poor, the old, women, children, animals... But, yes, I think there is more information around now and more people actively trying to do something about it. Maybe we are evolving (very slowly)?

    World leaders have always pretended that their wars were in a 'good cause', but they're always about increasing the power and prestige of the leaders and the wealth of their backers, regardless of what lies they tell the public. Those who are attacked will do their best to defend themselves, even if the odds are vastly against them. Civilians suffer, especially women and children. So it ever was. Hopefully one day we will see this behaviour for the madness that it is and cut it out? Perhaps if more people could remember their past lives we could evolve a bit faster?
     
  9. Sisley

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    From the Resistance


    Hello fellow WWII reincarnates.


    I speaks as one who comes from what was one of the most violent anti-Nazi resistance groups.


    That PL has not yet come to me with the same clarity as other PL's I could relate to but I know I was an orphaned German Jew who somehow slipped the Nazis' noose.


    My own mother of today had a PL regression done, revealing she had reincarnated immediately after dying while being carved up on an operating table in Dachau. Her birthdate being in the spring of 1938 (just after the Anschluss) gave me a traceable date that I could map out some of the details, including when I was orphaned.


    I had the name "Biberach" come up in that series and when I looked it up, I found it in the deep south of the Baden-Wurttemburg part of Germany. During a very bad bout with influenza some years ago, it seemed I was hallucinating something about that past as I sweated it out: I could make out blue and white flags hanging along sides the swastika flags, suggesting they might have been flags of neighboring Bavaria.


    Other fragmented dreams and visions included being in a place with 1930's cars being the traffic in its streets. A 3-headlight model that stood out turned out to be the Tatra 77 car which was built in Czechoslovakia from 1934 to 1938 and was "very favored" by Germans.


    The pictures of that PL get even less clear after the Anschluss and after my family's eviction from our home by Hitler's authorities but it appears there were resistance factions already in place within Germany, including non-Jewish people who took enormous personal risks sheltering and moving displaced Jews. My original escape was by jumping out of a window while the Nazis were smashing down our front door. I don't know how else anybody could get past all that hate and violence and continue to survive.


    Whatever secret networks that were in place within Nazi-occupied Europe must have allowed roaming almost everywhere "under the Nazi radar". I the final 3 years of that PL, I was part of what was probably the most violent anti Nazi resistance faction. The closest thing I could find to it from my historical research was the Belgian Resistance with its own matching documentations to visions I had: derailing trains, assassinating Nazis, and in uncommon times live-capturing a Nazi in uniform and on duty in one capacity or another. Those are the ones we tortured, interrogated, killed, and then disposed of the nude and mutilated body in a woodlot or river.


    Meanwhile the Nazi armies had many reports of their troops "missing in action". I think we have the answer here. We conducted our forays in conjunction with the bombing raids and exploiting the confusion of the situation.


    The final moments were in a building that was set ablaze. We were locked in and asphyxiated. The date was in 1944.


    Curiously and interestingly, there are at least 8 other individuals in my community alone who appear to have been part of whatever my resistance cell was. We all reincarnated in various local French Catholic parishes in the same city from 1946 to 1966.
     
  10. Demi

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    Agree on that one.


    Yes, rising awareness, of past lives and of current life is what is needed, then it is much harder for those who want to take advantage of people to do so.
     
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    The Greates Story Never Told


    This goes especially if you had an incarnation of one kind or another in WWII:


    I would highly recommend you all look up the video: "Adolf Hitler, The Greatest Story Never Told. The series runs about 4 hours.


    There it is shown the collective chain of events that led to the outbreak of WWII and the terrible mess it left. It also brings a new clarity to the collective motives that brought an event that left collectively 60 million dead (and as many reincarnations to follow)


    After seeing this, I come out with a new awareness that WWII was not so much an effort to purge some repressive regimes, but really a power struggle among several groups, all with questionable intentions.


    That being said, I appeal to all world leaders to STOP having armed conflicts.
     
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    I would assume they would be the ones to pay the price.
     
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    I was going to post a thread very simliar to this one, however i found this. I find it interesting that you dont hear much from British soldiers etc.
     
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    Until last years, I dreamed about images. For example, I do not feel myself at this time. In my dream, I always saw in the background listening to the songs of the German 1930s. A room full of smoke, a red flag at the back. I've seen these dreams until the age of 12-13. In 2003, after watching "The Pianist", the stones fell into place. The flag that I saw was a flag of Nazi Germany I couldn't tell my parents at first. Years have passed and I'm 18 years old. I remember in my dream that I have an imprint in my hand. Written in 1939. I have blood on my hand and I'm picking this tag off and wake up. I've seen this dream dozens of times. Until that age, I had never seen a series of second-world war movies or film-documentaries. All I saw was a pianist. As far as I know, there was no such thing. I thought subconscious, but there was no such thing. Years have gone, I haven't had such dreams for a long time since I was 18. I went into a 20-day coma at the age of 22 because of my operation. the first thing I said after waking "Are we in 1939?" The doctors didn't understand it. The weird thing about it is that I told this in German. I don't know German except Rammstein songs. I do not know how I could say that the German? That's unknown. Then I called the people who work with reincarnation in Turkey. I found a person after a long search. We tried to reach something with hypnosis sessions, but it didn't work.
     
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    Wow waking up and thinking its 1939 and saying it in German, thats strong proof of reincarnation there
     
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    I've only just discovered this thread and find it quite unsettling. Firstly, the semantics. If I say 'Nazi', all it means to me is a member of the National Socialist Party. So I don't quite understand what the term means to others, but I'd like to point out that not all of us soldiers in the Heer were that comfortable about Nazi ideology. Obviously in training we had a certain indoctrination, but it was, to my knowledge, not as extreme or thorough as SS training. I can only speak for myself, but I was not interested in anything other than doing my duty in fighting for my country. I was not aware, during my short life, of the unspeakable way the Jews were treated in the death camps.

    In addition, it's hard to say to what degree every member of the SS would go along with the most extreme Nazi views or the atrocities committed by some of their number. In my time as a soldier I knew one SS-man at least who was a good, decent man despite what he was taught to think, and I'm sure there must have been others. Hindsight is a wonderful thing ...

    As to why there are so many - I can't imagine, but maybe there are more of them in need of redemption in the here and now? Or perhaps it's to do with the amount of acquired mental strength, and to some degree, spiritual power, that the SS had? I hadn't even realised there were that many PLs of that nature.
     
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    Yeah must admit "Nazi" isnt the best choice of phrase. "German soldier" would have been more suitable
     
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    Or maybe "SS soldier"? A few people seem to be thinking of the Allgemeine SS, in the popular image of 'Nazi' today, (in the admittedly cool Hugo Boss outfit) rather than the regular soldier. In the regular army, only the Panzermen wore black, and that was not like the SS tunic at all.
     
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    Perhaps it's because many aren't aware who they were, the Germans are more inclined to go look for others like them (the I'm nit crazy cause I'm not the only one, to talk without being judged for having been on the "wrong" side etc etc) and why those on the allied side are less here, I have no clue, would love to see a few more

    I was in a WWII museum today and while I was in a Dakota (took me a while before I got the strength to leave though) a man and his son showed up, I don't think he's aware of his past life (yet) but I could clearly see the American Paratrooper in him, when he stepped in the plane (we called it a ship back in WWII, clue 1), he walked like the plane was rolling, completely subconsiously (clue 2), he was confused about the missing seats (clue 3), when he was getting ready to leave I heard him softly go through the pre jump ritual, completely unaware he was doing it (clue 4) and if those aren't solid indicators, when he approached the door he did the classic pivot and grap (fellow troopers know exactly what I mean) and it was probably only my somewhat harsh sounding "red light" that got him back in the here and now because he looked at the lights, then to me and out the door, realizing that he would've had a painfull landing if he did follow his insticts
    I only hope that if he becomes actively aware of the memories they won't all be the bad memories
     
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    Interesting story. Weren't you tempted to say something?

    With regard to being on the 'wrong' side, yes that could well be a reason there are so many. When we can't forgive ourselves, maybe we're seeking some comfort from getting back to our brothers.

    The Allies - as far as I know - went straight home when war was over. Many of us would have been prisoners for some time. Perhaps the Allies were allowed to deal with their feelings with more kindness at home, whereas we had no understanding anywhere ... that's all we seek, I feel. Comfort.
     
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