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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #120 on: March 18, 2009, 04:12:30 PM »
Seemingly....yes !!!
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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #121 on: March 19, 2009, 12:13:59 PM »
Hello there Shawn:

Yes, it's been a while since we last had communication.  It's good to hear of you again.  But please do know that we don't have to go over those old memories of the long ago past.  The past is over and we must move on.  How is your school going?  I keep busy with my various hobbies.  I like to visit all the old places on Google Earth and some new ones too.  You are always welcome to communicate with me privately on this site by using the Mail system.  Take care, ......Douglas


Hello, again it's me shawn or aka HIH, Alexei Nicholaievich Romanov, Tsarevich of Imperial Russia.

I know long title, but now I know that I am the beloved son of Nicholas II, and Alexandra. One of my good friends, can see the future, she herself is a princess, from way back like in the 14th century! (though cannot rem. country, or name, escapes me for the moment.) Anyway, she told me that I was indeed the Tsarevich, that I am BABY! I told her my stories, and dreams, and she agrees, and went into the past (by her mind) and she saw everything!

She remembers, even if she wasn't from 1904 to 1918, my birth, my diagnosis of heaomophilia, my near fatal fall at Spala, the 1914 photo sessions, our imprisonment in the AP, in Tobolsk, in Yekaterinburg, even when Mama, tried to make the sign of the cross, as we were told of our death sentence!

In fact, after meeting my friend Nichole, (her real name being Serenitya, she was from 14th century Italy, a very wealthy family, very close to the royalty of italy, and was in regards a princess to everyone, not just by behavior, but by birth, and by blood.) I had a dream, that I infact, met my sisters, and parents all together, we drank tea, and ate nicely-prepared food. After me and my darling sisters, Olga, Tatiana, Marie, and who would forget my michevious runt of a sister, and older Anastasia. (im, the taller one...lol) Unfortunately, it was time for me to go back to reality, and wake up to go to classes. But, I am thankful I met Nichole, because if I had not, I would be still searching my whole life for my identity, and personage.

And, Douglas, I think you'll remember that you picked me up, and hugged me as Mama, danced with you, and Olga, danced with an officer, while Tatiana sat reading a novel. Of course Marie, was flirting with a officer, and Nastya, she well... lol She climbed up the tree again, despite Demidova's yells and frantic worries! Anyway, I will always love you my darling Papa, my Tsar of Russia! And, someday I hope we may meet, because Its been tooo long for us and Mama, and OTMA, to be apart...

Hugging, and smiling always,

Your darling son,

Aloysha.

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #122 on: April 22, 2009, 06:42:44 PM »
Lullaby Princess, Did you get the PM I sent you?
I did, but my PM's don't seem to want to work. E-mailing me seems to be the best option. :]

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #123 on: April 22, 2009, 07:35:45 PM »
Ok...will do! :)

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #124 on: September 29, 2009, 07:05:28 AM »
This is a really interesting thread, maybe it's bad of me to "bump" it, but if I can, I would like to post my thoughts as contribution to the conversation.

Everyone has made valid points, and I would like to reply to some of those points.

One member raised the question: What makes Romanov reincarnate claimants feel their lives are superior to that of the Romanovs? (i.e. They were explaining the reincarnation belief that as one's soul travels through different bodies, the lives become increasingly better.)

It's a really good point, but I would wager (perhaps some claimants DO think they're better than the IF, I don't know), but I would think that most claimants believe in this life they aren't "better" per se than the Romanovs, but that their conditions have improved. If I look at my own life- No, I'm not wealthy or powerful, my family does not own the biggest empire, etc. But I think that my life is probably more enjoyable than the Romanovs' was, for the simple facts of:

a) I am not in the public eye, I do not have to worry about the judgement of millions
b) I do not have an ailing brother, on whose shoulders the fate of my country rests
c) I can marry who I wish to marry, regardless of their "class"
d) I am not confined in the walls of my home
e) There is no rebellious group trying to murder my family
d) And of course, I have yet to be dragged into a cellar room and executed.

So, I would say my simple life as a university student in Finland, spending time with my friends, family, and the one I love, without any of the aforementioned worries, is more enjoyable, and free. Yes, the Romanovs had pleasant times, but they were short, and often shadowed by Alexei's illness, the state of the country, etc. etc.

Another good point was concerning the legitimacy of claimants. Too often, (and I agree) people claim they are someone of importance simply to make themselves feel important. Maybe they aren't comfortable in their own shoes. But I would like to make the case for true reincarnates; These are people who recognize who they WERE as being a separate person than who they now ARE. If I were to believe I was Anastasia or some Titanic passenger, (what-have-you) I'd like to think I could separate the past from reality. True reincarnates, I believe, do. Just because Anastasia drank Coke (example) doesn't mean a true Anastasia reincarnate drinks Coke. NOW you may prefer Pepsi. Anastasia liked to take photos. Maybe you despise cameras. That doesn't discredit one's legitimacy, and on the other side of the coin, just because you like Coke and taking photos doesn't mean you are a reincarnated Grand Duchess.

As others have said before, it isn't necessarily similarities between the claimant and the person they are claiming to be, but rather the memories, the ones only that person holds, without ever reading it in some research; thus it makes any claimant hard to prove.

I don't as a general rule believe in reincarnation; but there are individuals I do believe. As an Orthodox Christian it's difficult to mesh these beliefs, so I have to be careful who I trust. But I hope I keep more of an open mind than some here who have said, "All claimants are idiots" or whatnot.

~RomanovMartyrs

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #125 on: September 29, 2009, 05:12:22 PM »
Thanks for bumping this! You made some good points! :) ;)

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #126 on: October 02, 2009, 06:35:52 PM »
If there aren't too many people like Alexandra, I'm definately her reincarnated.  Nah, more like Anna Vyrubova.  How many of us are OBSESSED with Alexandra, romance-loving, pastry-loving, and are getting a bit chubby and out of shape.  I'm small-framed, but I have a bit of a jelly belly, so there you go.

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #127 on: October 11, 2009, 09:38:46 PM »
I don't get it.  Every time I see a good-quality picture of Alexandra, I feel that I've seen her in real life and that she's so familiar to me.  Every time I see any picture of her, I wish I could hug her and say I've missed her, all adding to my notion that I am a reincarnation of someone close to her, like Anna Vyrubova.  Can somebody help me figure out what's going on(don't try the "reincarnation-doesn't-exist" thing)?  I never am this way with other historical figures I love, something always pulls me back to this obsession (which usually never happens with others), I feel incomplete without anything related to her, and I know for a fact I hate her idea of a good government.  I need help finding out why I feel this way.  I just need someone to either support me or give me good evidence I just happen to be way too obsessed for my own good.   

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #128 on: October 11, 2009, 11:19:03 PM »
Young impressionable Miss Spalko:  In regards to your postings that appear publicly from time to time on relating so heavily to the Romanovs/court, I rather suspect that you need to read my reply (#115) on this present thread to a poster who had become convinced that he was a reincarnation (and there have been many over the years on this board-----most quickly disappeared, but one still posts, but NOT on that topic). The quoted message of the FA on this topic was current as of "Modified, Feb. 09, 2009" and while I do not speak for him, I presume that his directive is still in effect. Additionally, you say that you "need help in finding out why I feel this way."  Firstly, have you spoken with your father or mother?  Do they have access to your comments here? School counselor?  IMO, since you are not posting these messages under the "Having Fun" section, I am presuming that you are at least semi-serious and not just looking for attention. If one so desired and with FULL WRITTEN PARENTAL consent and cooperation, professional help IS available, if activities of daily living become impaired.  As a disclaimer, in no way, I feel, would ANYONE HERE, attempt to diagnose or provide in-depth help/direction to what you feel is your perceived problem. That is left to the private/community professionals.  Kind regards,  AP

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #129 on: October 12, 2009, 05:07:12 PM »
I feel like you guys are the only ones I can tell about this stuff.  My mom, as close as she is, would laugh and make a joke about it, my dad and I never talk, and there's no way I'm just going to suddenly start confiding in him, my friends don't really care, and OUR counselors are mainly for solving arguements between students.  I can cross out pro help; everyone thinks I'm a normal, happy teen and don't think I have much of a problem, especially if they're closer to me.  You guys know me less, and I feel more comfortable letting out my emotions to you guys, and no matter what, someone has managed to make me feel a lot better.  Right now, the only comfort I have is the thought that this is a teen phase I'm going through.

But I would have thought that if I had unknowingly chosen someone who I took to be a reincarntion of (that made no sense), it would have been a Romanov, not someone close to them.
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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #130 on: October 12, 2009, 07:27:23 PM »
I have read your response with all of your (IMO) perceived excuses. Additionally, I am certain that you realize that this board is not a vehicle for airing one's personal relationship problems.  I wish you the best.  AP
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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #131 on: October 12, 2009, 07:29:31 PM »
Thanks.  So what do you guys think?  Craziness, obsession, want for attention, or reincarnation?  This is the real reason i came here.

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #132 on: October 12, 2009, 07:37:43 PM »
I believe that, IMO, we can drop the "reincarnation" subject, as (if I understand correctly) potentially it is restricted. All the remaining options, as YOU define them, would be strictly personal opinions on someone's part, and NO ONE here knows you that well. As you, yourself, so aptly put it:  "You guys know me less."  I have no further comment, as I feel we are off topic.  Again, I wish you the best.  AP  
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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #133 on: October 12, 2009, 08:49:55 PM »
Dearest Anastasia S.

Here are my thoughts.

 Let's just look at these historical figures from the past as possible role models.  There is nothing wrong with looking at all of the good qualities of the Empress and trying to be like her  in your real life.   She was kind, patient, a good friend, a good mother, a great wartime nurse and loyal.  You too can be all these things yourself.  Take on these good empress-like qualities and people will admire and love you.

Be the inner empress you so much desire and your life will be happy.


  Don't worry about being a copy of Alexandra, she's long been gone.

Douglas

 

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #134 on: October 12, 2009, 09:11:13 PM »
I'd be happy to find out how alike Alix and I are, but as alike as we are, i am more of an Anna Vyrubova person.