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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #135 on: January 06, 2010, 08:19:20 PM »
Interesting topic.

For me, I think having certain life experiences in THIS life, can make one readily identify deeply with the personalities amongst the Romanovs and the Russian Revolutions because they are human reactions to life tha are well documented. I think it is possible that mental instability combined with this identification can create the delusion that one actually was a Romanov prince etc....especially because of the beauty, romance and intensity of all things Russian and about the Romanovs.

I also think, in a spiritual sense, when one meditates and observes the self, the common thread of spirituality and religion seems to agree on that
1) we are more than just the body
2) that our natural state of thinking is distorted or unbalanced in some way. (the ego, the self-will etc)
3) that in becoming one with more than who we think we are, we transcend the sufferings created by self/ego and experience peace,heaven etc. we find peace, we find oneness with all things, we find "god".

In relation to this topic, if we add that upon meditation we can observie our bodies and thoughts, how can we possibly JUST be our bodies and thoughts, who is observing, what part is observing....and who is observing that part.

I sense that the oneness of all life, creation, matter, God , the unvierse whatever you call it, is connected.

If so, when a person dies, what happens to the matter, creation, life, God part of them. it goes to a location called Heaven? or does it transcend. i dont know. but i know the body breaks down and the majority, which is made of water, would return to the Earth, in that sense we all carry elements of the dead within us, because we are made up mostly of water.

if any of these parts of the departed did reconfigure into a new self, would we still only be labelling and creating a false self when really if were once "mr romanov" we are now "mr smith" but who we really and truly are is a spark of life, of the divine and that this spark is NOT SEPARATE from the whole entiirety of ALL CREATION.

sounds a bit kooky perhaps but this is what I think about esp when i meditate. i dont think the mind follows if reincarnation is the go....ie,,,,if i die and reincarnate i dont think ill wind up in another body with the same "idea of me and who i am" in that person so I feel that means that when the Romanovs were murdered, a part of them at least was gone forever but not all of them.....so if this was the case and parts of my "self" were once a romanov maybe the impressions, experiences and effects of those times would come up for me as an attraction to Russian history, to taking photos, to flying planes etc, maybe now, but who can really ever master the knowledge of all that is God? Fun to think about I think.


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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #136 on: January 14, 2010, 03:30:00 AM »
If you believe you are a reincarnation of a Romanov or someone related to their time/place, I would love a PM from you! I am doing a study for my thesis about reincarnated royalty and their subjects, and I will not discredit you or treat you rudely. If you'd like to participate please PM me, as I think it's no longer permitted to claim via public post you are a reincarnation.

Thanks guys, and God bless! :)

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« Reply #137 on: January 19, 2010, 08:50:53 AM »
Huge thanks to the couple of people who've PMed me! If anyone else would like to, please do, and soon!!

If you aren't comfortable with chatting it up on the forum for some reason, feel free to add me to MSN or shoot me an email at: insaneorthodoxchick89@live.com

Really appreciate it!


Anyone who would also like to give their input on this, I would be most grateful...

Obviously there are TONS of Romanov claimants and reincarnations running around out there. Assuming you believe in reincarnation (or pretend you do for the sake of this question) what is something that would stand out and make you believe in them?

Any of these reincarnation claimants can claim memories of things which no one can look up to disprove. Example: One day at tea, I, Anastasia Romanova, laughed so loudly I knocked over my tea and spilled it all over Marie! Oh noes!

Is there a type of memory that *would* convince you?

An interesting thing to think about anyway.

**Note: No, I don't claim to be Anastasia or anyone for that matter. ;)

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« Reply #138 on: January 20, 2010, 10:16:01 PM »
I remembered I had a few "past life readings" when I was younger and it was interesting but who knows whether it was true. Maybe those in the know could tell if was not possible or whatever. I was surprised how detailed it was but it made me explore Russian history a lot! In the first one, from what I remember I was a Russian priest of some sort for a small village some way out of St Petersburg. maybe i should write a book? ha ha ha.

I had had a very violent upbringing and turned to being a priest because the villagers believed me and did whatever I said. I was very disillusioned with my life and often took advantage of village men and women in private ie sex, telling them it would help them find God and so on!

sometime in the new century,  Some old friend in the church I knew was living in Petersburg told me some war with japan had gotten bad, by this time i noticed the villagers were a lot angrier and i was drinking a lot more alcohol, something quite crude and unrefined?

I soon moved back and forth to Petersburg and my friend had invited me to gatherings and parties as certain wealthy people, mostly some nobles and even some royals were fascinated by holy wanderers and so on. i was mostly dazzled by the huge churches in petersburg but did go to some parties bt interest in me was light.

the most romanov-related thing that came up was another party some years later,quite a few notable mystics and had been invited to a party as was the thing because they created a stir amongst the wealthier people as an exciting thing to have at parties, and there were notably the tsar and tsarina there who i never talked at length to, but i did see from where i was standing, i was introduced to them as a rural priest and then moved along, the tsarinas eyes were very heavey, laden and sad and looked to me for an answer to something but just as soon as i methers, they looked away, i had nothing to give her perhaps, i noted a new mystic had arrived and was all the buzz, i laughed but it was cool when i realised it was rasputin who looked at me with a very terryfying piercing gaze that seemed to both threaten and comfort me to my core.

it wasnt long before i realised i was no longer the latest buzz amongst the wealthy so i returned quite broken to my villlage but at this time the villagers were very angry and hostile, they rattled off revolutionary propoganda in my face and called me a fraud and a thief, i sat in my little village church quite broken, shocked and drank a lot, often wandering about in a stupor most days, it was after the revolution that the village was raided by bolsheviks and the church was ransacked and locked up and fields were burnt, and lots of people were running around screaming etc i was taken to a train and found myself not knowing where i was, just that i was now hated by everyone and soldiers spat on me, i sobered on the long train journey and found in my carriage of a cargo train a noble man who was also being sent to exile and he was dying on the train, telling me he knew me once, that he loved me but that i had broken his heart , i had broken his faith in love and in the church!! whoops,, this surprised me but also saddened me as i then and only then realised i had abused my power and not done the current system any favours, for the first time in my life, i felt a sense of devotion to the romanovs and the old russia i knew was now going to change forever,....the last bit of the reading was that my train was stopped ina small town where there had been some skirmish and the town wasm ostly in ruins with lots of scared and hungry people tryng to get on the cargo train. under this confusion  i head comments about the battle had been between reds and whites but they used other terms and i managed to get off the train and wander from the town, some days later i was very famished and dehydrated and was nearing a village....exhausted i prayed to the virgin mary and collapsed by the edge of a thicket of trees, as i died i saw a young couple dancing about in a field outside this village, i smiled and felt tears as i saw innocence and no longer knew where i had gotten so lost...then i died!!!


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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #139 on: February 02, 2010, 02:29:05 PM »
Hi. For a long time now, I have been having dreams about the Romanov's past. All of these dreams and visions are seen through Anastasia's eyes. My first dream I had when I was eleven, was of myself as Anastasia. I was in a bedroom by a screen and my mother was helping me into a new dress, a sodden and muddy one lay on the floor so I presumed I had gone outside in the mud an I wasn't meant to. At the time, I had never heard of Anastasia and the Romanovs. It was only after Alexandra said the full name of Anastasia, did I no the name of the body I was in. When I woke up I didn't even know they were real people, I thought I had just had a dream, until we started studying them at school. The dreams came every night, some of them, memorys of things I had read about, others things no one knew of. Now, at 15, I realize that I could be the riencarnation of Anastasia. I have been able to speak Russian without learning the language since I was 5 and, although I am English, I would much rather live in Russia. I have visited st.Petersburg and had so many visions whilst I was there, it was almost unbearable. I would love to know if anyone on here is reincarnation of my mother or father, or Brother or sisters. Please write back on here. Love to my family always, Anastasia.
   

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« Reply #140 on: February 02, 2010, 02:42:32 PM »
Saying things like that will only get your verbal abuse and some eye rolls. This forum is for historical discussion of facts. Not whatever you're going on about.
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« Reply #141 on: February 02, 2010, 04:05:49 PM »
Attention Reply #139:  "Rosie-anastasia" :  Let me give you a reference and a direct quote  from the Facility Administrator pertinent to your post:    Thread:  "If You Are Thinking About Registering As A New User, Please Read:"  " 01/17/2007 (modified Feb. 2009:  ........ "We allow the generic discussion of re-incarnation, however NOBODY WILL BE PERMITTED TO CLAIM THEY ARE THE REINCARNATION OF A ROMANOV OR OTHER ROYAL.  TAKE THAT NONSENSE ELSEWHERE."    There are many others on here that have preceded you with similiar feelings/claims of their being a "Romanov reincarnation."  They have ceased their public contributions to that specific topic.   AP
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Rosie-anastasia

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #142 on: February 02, 2010, 05:20:37 PM »
I am very sorry. I am new on here and just wanted to express my feeling I will not post anymore of my thoughts or feelings on the matter. I am sorry if I have offended you.
Rosie

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« Reply #143 on: February 02, 2010, 05:43:53 PM »
Thank you for acknowledging the comment. Simply making you aware of the situation relative to the topic.  AP

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #144 on: February 03, 2010, 12:46:42 AM »


I am very sorry. I am new on here and just wanted to express my feeling I will not post anymore of my thoughts or feelings on the matter. I am sorry if I have offended you.
Rosie

Greetings Rosie and welcome:

Your feelings, dreams and readings are precious and important  to you personally.  No one here is offended. A general discussion of reincarnation is allowed here.  It might be best to write such items in the second person though.  

Not to offend you but over the years we have had quite a few people that have really made a nuisance of themselves.  I'm am sure you know I speak of.

Please feel welcome on this forum and the many threads to express your thoughts on the  topics that are discussed here.


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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #145 on: February 06, 2010, 01:01:19 AM »
This thread has been going on for ages,  I know one regular who believes their one of the elder girls because she looks like her.  Yes I roll my eyes too at that suggestion, but it is harmless and as most psychics/clairvoyants will tell you that it is for entertainment purposes only when they do readings or that what ever they tell you,  you follow what path feels right to you.

I see it as harmless fun and yes I did post a message when I went to a reading.  It doesn't mean that I took the reading seriously as a servant of the IF. lol.

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #146 on: February 06, 2010, 01:03:55 AM »
If you want to be sure then go to a certified clairvoyant who does pastlive readings.
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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #147 on: February 06, 2010, 10:02:56 AM »
Obviously there are TONS of Romanov claimants and reincarnations running around out there. Assuming you believe in reincarnation (or pretend you do for the sake of this question) what is something that would stand out and make you believe in them?
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Is there a type of memory that *would* convince you?

Perhaps exactly why the All-Highest Imperial Family had certains objets inavouables dans notre possession: les perruques à...en bas. :-)
« Last Edit: February 06, 2010, 10:33:07 AM by Tainyi Sovetnik »

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #148 on: February 06, 2010, 10:49:34 PM »
^ lol Okay, I'm obviously not one of the people claiming to be someone, so, I won't pretend I know French. What's that mean??

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #149 on: February 07, 2010, 06:03:02 PM »
Hey, does anyone know how to send a pm? Every time I try, it says the letters you typed do not match those in the picture? What does that mean ? I really wanna reply to my pm :( xx thank you