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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #30 on: March 11, 2007, 10:51:39 PM »
Well I dont know about reincarnations. I mean if there was such a thing I am sure a lot of us would be reincarnations of those that were killed in WWII ie The many who were gassed or shot or worked to death.

Anyway I remember a TV ad adverstising a famous Clairvoyant called Simon Turnbull. In it he claimed he had communication with Nicky and Rasputin.

I am not sure it were true but I would like to have known what those converstations were about.

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« Reply #31 on: April 09, 2007, 04:47:45 PM »
I personally do not believe in reincarnation, though I think it would be cool. If you were born again the moment you die... that would be cool, but I believe something even better awaits us...

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« Reply #32 on: April 09, 2007, 11:17:26 PM »
I accept reincarnation.  But I'm not sure about it.  :-\  I must confess, I haven't read much into it, Buddhism is as far around that subject as I've got. 

It seems very interesting. 

Now just for laughs...if reincarnation is 100% true, for opinions sake, what/who would the Romanovs be?

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« Reply #33 on: April 16, 2007, 01:06:17 PM »
Hmm... Well in reincarnation you have the same interests and similarities to things in another life. They may be someone who doesn't even know that they are the reincarnation. I really like Sylvia Browne's take on reincarnation, it's really interesting.

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« Reply #34 on: June 25, 2007, 01:50:52 PM »
I don't believe in recarnation. The Romanovs are in heaven. Think about it, would you REALLY want recarnation to be real anyway? When you die, you forget everything and are born as a new person. Most of the people that think they are the Romanovs just really like them, I guess obsessed (I don't mean that in a bad way). So if I have dreams about some dead person that means I was them in my past life? I don't think so.

I don't mean to offend anyone but this is my opinion here. Wouldn't you rather them be in heaven together with their family then be recarnated?  :-\

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #35 on: July 11, 2007, 12:25:26 AM »
I believe in Sylivia Browne. She's a wonderful woman. I had the chance to meet her and she helped me a lot. I wouldn't say anything her though as people wouldn't be kind about it.
I believe in reincarnation from my own experiences. If you had the same ones as I, you would too.
Xenia, what is so bad about reincarnation? It's not nessessarily (sorry I forgot how to spell that I'm horrible at spelling  :-[) true about what you said. I had dreams about them before I even knew about them. I don't know how to explain that but it's true. Dreams aren't the only things that give clues to people about their past lives. It's feelings, emotions, deja vu, etc... Dreams just give you an insight into your subconsious. Just because they're royalty and had tragic lives doesn't mean that they aren't human and wouldn't be reincarnated. Reincarnation is a part of many world religions and you just need to learn more about it. Also, you don't constantly reincarnate every time you die, after enough lives you are done. It's a cycle to perfect your soul and help you learn.
This discussion shouldn't be full of thrashing and jokes, really. I've always been interested in it and something interesting happened to me that I would like to share but I'm afraid to post it now. If anyone wants to talk about this seriously please PM me.  :)
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« Reply #36 on: July 12, 2007, 07:38:47 AM »
I don't believe in reincarnation at all. Let the Romanovs rest in peace.

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« Reply #37 on: July 12, 2007, 11:58:34 AM »
Talking about a popular religious belief isn't going to send the Romanovs spinning in their graves. ::)
Just because you haven't had an experience to make you believe in it doesn't mean it's not true. Nobody knows what happens after we die and we will never know for sure until we do die. All you can do is find out what you believe for yourself and let others practice theirs. No one is right or wrong.
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« Reply #38 on: July 27, 2007, 08:37:33 PM »
If we didn't reincarnate, wouldn't heaven and hell be really crowded?

I say that thinking heaven/hell are physical locations.

I say we reincarnate in recurring cycles, but we don't stay the same.  Each time we are here is a new experience.  We gain and lose different things and ultimately our soul grows and changes, as a part of a changing universe.  People are not individual, we are part of a whole that includes all life. 

But that is my rantings!

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« Reply #39 on: July 30, 2007, 08:01:26 PM »
There's always a place for everyone in heaven! ;D But, really. I believe that there is a heaven and hell, and that's where you go and stay when you die.

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« Reply #40 on: July 30, 2007, 08:33:50 PM »
The talk of reincarnation sounds like believer in the Hindu religion

"Reincarnation: It's Background
Reincarnation comes from the Hindu-Buddhist philosophy of soul transmigration. This is the "religious" concept of the eternal birth-death-birth cycle, where a soul moves from body to body. The status of each successive body, whether human or animal, is the direct result of the quality of the life the soul led in the previous body. Thus, a "good" life results in rebirth to a higher quality form, and a "bad" life results in rebirth to a lower quality form. This forward and backward progression is based on the Law of Karma, a central foundation of Hinduism and other Eastern-based philosophies. As most of us know, Karma teaches that good deeds are rewarded and bad deeds are punished. The ultimate goal in this Karma cycle is for the soul to progress to the highest level of existence and become one with the universe. Reincarnation is taught side-by-side with pantheism, the belief that everything is God and God is in everything. Reincarnation and pantheism are the central doctrines of Hinduism and occultism, variations of which have grown popular in the Western world in recent decades.

Reincarnation  - The Truth "  (all about spirituallity.org)

If there were true reincarnation, then the population of the world would never grow.  How could it if everyone just came back as someone else?  Also, if anyone has noticed, those who speak of reincarnation hardly ever recall a past life where they were normal everyday people.  The usually claim to be royalty or Napoleon or someone of note.  Now everyone can't have lived a past life as a superstar.  There are too many of us ordinary people in the world.  And that number is growing everyday.

The idea of "cleansing one's karma" by the cycles of reincarnation includes coming back as higher and lower beings.  Animals and reptiles and/or humans depending on how clean one's karma was at the time of this death.

Ultimately the goal of reincarnation in the Hindu religion is to cleanse one's karma and to keep moving up on the "wheel of life" until one becomes one with God.

And as to heaven and hell being really crowded, most religions don't believe that you take your body with you and so your soul wouldn't take up all that much space.

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« Reply #41 on: July 30, 2007, 11:41:26 PM »
Couldn't "heaven" and "hell" be subjective to the person?  My hell would be a room full of toddlers, but for some that would be heaven.

And if I believed I was going to heaven, and truly believed it, wouldn't anyplace I ended up be heaven.

Ah, spiritual discussions....

Mikey

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« Reply #42 on: July 31, 2007, 07:30:27 AM »
Ahh, Mikey

You make such a good point! 

When I went to a conference once, we were all given a list from which to chose a saying that we felt typified our views on life.

I can't remember what others chose as it was at least 20 years ago, but I remember that I chose "Anyone who has ever said they sleep like a baby has never had one."

So I could see the subjectivity of heaven and hell.


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« Reply #43 on: July 31, 2007, 08:12:09 AM »
If there is some sort of hell, I don't think it's at all subjective. It's where everyone is 'grinding their teeth in pain'. And, no, it wouldn't be crowded. I'm pretty sure we don't take our bodies with us wherever we end up seeing as they're 6 ft under the ground or turned to dust. The whole idea of going to heaven or hell is that your spirt or soul is leaving it's body. Just because you believe you will be going to heaven after you die, doesn't make it so. I believe there is some form of reincarnation and I'm not Hindu. I know there is something. I've had my experiences that have proven it to me. Not only my own experiences, but people I know. I won't tell the whole story but I had a nephew who when he first learned to talk he used to tell me things that really scared me. He used to tell me about when he 'died before' and about his mother being a nurse and stuff like that. He doesn't do it anymore though and he doesn't remember it. Apparently there are a lot of children that do the same thing.

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Re: Reincarnations of the Romanovs
« Reply #44 on: August 02, 2007, 08:53:57 AM »
Holly has been making some validating points on this thread. In the past  few months I've known Holly she has shared her experiences with me, and mine to her. From what she has told me, she has opened my eyes wider on the topic of past lives and the notion that our souls do not cease to continue in the event of our death. One cannot help but believe there is credibility in her accounts, myself experiencing similar happenings. Holly truly is a most intriguing and captivating indivdual whom we could all learn from on such topics as reincarnation and so forth. Myself, I beleive reincarnation is possible. I'm not terribly religious but I can beleive that souls have lived previous lives hitherto to our own. I suppose the ultimate truth will be exposed when we are disceased.