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What country are you from?

What country are you from?

  • North America

    Votes: 63 46.3%
  • South America

    Votes: 2 1.5%
  • Asia

    Votes: 12 8.8%
  • Africa

    Votes: 1 0.7%
  • Antartica

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Europe

    Votes: 52 38.2%
  • Australia

    Votes: 6 4.4%

  • Total voters
    136

Deborah

Director Emerita
Staff member
Super Moderator
I was thumbing through some threads, when I noticed that the conversations between members are from across the globe! These conversations would not be happening if it were not for the Internet. Now the following observations do not include members that do not state where they live, and of course I have not listed everyone but check this out -

Shanghai - BJY
New Zealand - Robin
Sweden - Veronika & Shield
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Charles
Finland - Josefina
Canada - Aili; Ben, Peter V & RayGavel & AnnaBella

England - Nerthus & Gemini & RebeccaG
Europe - Althia
Belgium - Eevee
Kiev - Candide
Holland - Moss &TriniTY
Boca Raton - TaoistGuy
Victoria, Australia - Halenka & Kelly H
Nijmegen, The Netherlands - Titus Rivas
Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico - Marita
USA - too many to count

So where are you from? You can vote and be specific by posting a reply.

I am in California...North America.
 

Aelfgyva

Senior Member
I'm from North America


Kalamazoo, Michigan. But...I have been living in Europe (Germany and Holland) for more years of my life than in the U.S!!! My longing for my past lives brought me here, and I wouldn't want to be anywhere else!
 

Ignotus

Senior Registered
Sunniva said:
I am from Denmark, living in Copenhagen :)
I went to Denmark before and I have to say, it is a really beautiful country. Plus, its really safe!


I'm from Malaysia, Asia! :D


Its really hot here but the rainy season has arrived so it'll rain. Hopefully no floods.. But still.. Nice country, but a few flaws..
 

Kapitan

Probationary
North-East USA (more like mid-Atlantic region). Hope to move to the coast of Maine perhaps some day...
 

watchurself

New Member
NYC NY USA


born & bred NY'er


and yes I am a believer in God


I know many folks out there think everyone in NYC is a heathan non-believer


some of us do still believe in a Greater being!!
 

Shiftkitty

Registered User
California, USA. The "Left Coast" as it's called. Can't stand it here socially, politically, or economically. Hope to be in Maine next year.


*grumble grumble* Can't believe they elected 'Governor Moonbeam' again!*grumble grumble*


I too was not allowed to vote. Also, those are continents, not countries! ;)
 
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Kapitan

Probationary
Re Shiftkitty: Ah another looking to go to Maine!


I don't like it where I'm at either - small town, and too many churches in one town. I prefer either few to no churches or a mix of different places of worship. There is just nothing here for me...nothing. It's great if you're into the 'country living' or 'rural living' but I'm not - I like the coast! :D


I couldn't vote either.
 

Shiftkitty

Registered User
Kapitan said:
Re Shiftkitty: Ah another looking to go to Maine!
I don't like it where I'm at either - small town, and too many churches in one town. I prefer either few to no churches or a mix of different places of worship. There is just nothing here for me...nothing. It's great if you're into the 'country living' or 'rural living' but I'm not - I like the coast! :D


I couldn't vote either.
I was hoping we'd find a place in Old Orchard Beach, but we wound up with 30 acres in New Sweden, You probably wouldn't like it there. It's just outside of a small town and a cluster of churches nestled so close together that my husband and I called it a "Christian ghetto". I'm not complaining, mind you. I love the forest, and our acreage is 60% forest 40% meadow. We just have to put a house on it. All property rights are ours, timber, water, mineral, etc.


I used to live in Santa Cruz, though. Right across the street from the boardwalk. I used to go out on winter days, when the beach and boardwalk were virtually abandoned, and just watch the sea, wishing it was the Atlantic instead of the Pacific!
 

Leesea

Senior Registered
I'm in Illinois, USA. Born in a metropolitan area and moved to a rural area. Very tranquil with wonderful people but I just don't seem to have the goodness of fit for some reason.
 

Mr. Mike

Active Member
I was born in St. John's, Newfoundland (on the far east of the western world) but I've lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada for 20 years.


Believe it or not given the relatively tiny distance between the two and the similar city size it was a huge culture shock moving here as a kid.
 

usetawuz

Senior Registered
Jacksonville, Florida, USA, but outside the city in the heart of suburbia. Lived here all this incarnation except for the first 8 years when as a child of a naval aviator we moved from Texas to Okinawa back to Texas to Georgia to California to Virginia to Maryland and then to Florida. I get to spend time in Colorado fairly frequently, but I don't want to ever take another bar exam and establish a practice in another state, so I'll remain in Fla until I don't work anymore. Of all the above previous homes, Virginia seemed the most familiar.
 

Gerania

New Member
I live in New South Wales, Australia. I do not like the heat and dryness of this region. Whenever I watch TV programs about Britain I experience strong nostalgia. I have never been there... ;) ;) ;)
 

Midnight.Sapphires

Senior Registered
I'm not allowed to vote? Hmm....but I'll just add my 2 cents in here. ;)


I was born and raised in Hawaii but for my entire life, I never felt I belonged there. I knew from a very young age that one day I would leave the islands for someplace very far away.


I am now happily living in Scotland. Whenever I watch videos of Hawaii, especially when its about life or the people there, it feels very odd and foreign to me.
 

Frerotte

Senior Registered
Western Pennsylvania, USA.


Lived all over the US - California, Florida, Virginia, South Carolina, Mississippi, etc.


Lived in Cuba for awhile.
 

Eowyn

Wrought out of steel
I am from Madrid, Spain, but just like other people in this forum I've never felt I belong here. I've always been attracted to the English language, and the grey and green landscapes of Ireland or Scotland.
 

Sawol

full-time procrastinator
I am from Hertfordshire, just north of London, in the United Kingdom. Though, I was born in the Netherlands! ^^
 

cmazumdar

New Member
Hello


I am from India, but right now in United States. I have been into past life regression and do believe in it. I have tried doing past life self regression twice. The first time it was not successful totally, but the second time I believe, I saw 'something'. I accounted for this experience in my blog...


http://www.chiranjibmazumdar.blogspot.com/2012/02/my-experiments-with-past-life.html


I am very interested in the work done by Carol Bowman and of course Michael Newton.


Would be interesting to have myself regressed by a professional.
 
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