Do you have some memories of the time you were praetorian? Where did that assassination attempt take place?Ronon1978 said:Does anybody have any information about a Roman emperor who had his own mother assassinated? Because I think I was the leader of the guards protecting her, I believe they were called praetorians. And we failed by the way.
I also have a memory as a barbarian (Gaul I think) ambushing a Roman platoon in a forest.
Totoro, it is kind of mind boggling when I think about it that way. Then I approach it from the endless questions I've had for my guidance; one being my numbers of lives on earth, with the answer "in excess of 4,000 but who is counting?" With a number like that in mind it is my assumption that the lucid dreams, visions, and meditations I get are all clues to past lives...provided there is an emotional content in those events. Naturally all my dreams don't have pl content, but the ones with some level of emotion, or a sense of depth and continuity have all borne fruit when I have looked further.Totoro said:it seems you've been everywhere! (usetawuz) lol.
It would also seem I think that this is my first western life. Im jealous of you life jumping risk takers
I did a tarot reading and it said I was a Roman emperor(maybe Julius Caesar) because I had a military leader tarot card come up. When I was 16 I was admitted to a psych ward from doing drugs and alcohol and it had an affect on my mind. That’s so interesting about the 16-17 years olds though!Hiya Karoliina!
I have a book on the Romans and it says something about what happened when young men 'grew up':
(It's in Danish, so excuse my translation )
"The end of childhood was celebrated by a ceremony that was very important both socially and religious: the feast of Liberalia on March 17th. On this occasion the young boys would be dressed in the Toga Virilis, the Toga of an adult man, and it marked his new status as a Roman citizen. This happened at the age of 16 or 17. With the rights and duties of the citizen it was expected that the young man now would become an individual and act independently whether he was to become a farmer, lawyer, join the army or something else.
To the young men in the Roman elite everything revolved around the honour of the family and achieving a marvelous political career. For example one could begin with prosecuting one of your families enemies or shine in some other way and through that demonstrate a strong character and the prospect of success."
When I read your post I remembered reading this passage and thought it fitted well to your description. I hope it is helpful in some way.
According to the book, the sources also describe this age (16-17) as the most dangerous period since the young men would endulge in prostitutes and alcohole, which could be fatal for the above mentioned prospect of honour and success : angel
I hope I didn't write too much...I just find this so fascinating I get so exited when I can contribute :laugh:
The late Dr. Ian Stevenson did a tremendous amount of research about this, and Dr. Jim Tucker has continued his research. I have a crescent of white hair on the side of my head that was the result of a fatal car accident, the white hair is in the shape of a headlight ring! Go figure.I read somwhere around here that birthmarks can be any sort of previous mortal wound.