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Reincarnation
July 5, 2011
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Elliemarianna
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This is probably a weird question – but interesting none the same.

Many religion's believe in reincarnation and there is a lot of evidence to support past life regression.

I wonder if somewhere in the world, Anne is alive and well…

"It is however but Justice, & my Duty to declre that this amiable Woman was entirely innocent of the Crimes with which she was accused, of which her Beauty, her Elegance, & her Sprightliness were sufficient proofs..." Jane Austen.

July 5, 2011
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I don't know, but I do believe in reincarnation yes.  It is a subject that I don't bring up myself for fear that it may cause an avalanche of people saying I am a few sandwiches short of a picnic.

My thought is that if they were of a powerful postion in a previous life, they would accept nothing less in their next place.

July 5, 2011
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But with the choice of life, would Anne not- in view of the personal perfection she sought in the 1500's; choose a challenge, something different in this life and again in the next, that she may by study of each aspect of life become enlightened? Is this not the quest for those believing in reincarnation? Or is it curiosity- what will happen next?

I myself kind of pick at the vast buffet of religion and spirituality; filling up my plate with aspects that make sense to me.. I have an open mind- I believe no one knows what becomes of us when we die. I'm a reincarnation girl myself, and I've had near death experiences- but there's nothing definitive to prove what I saw when I “died” wasn't my brain releasing bliss edinducing chemicals etc.. 

Perhaps Anne, if she is in this life amongst us, has experianced the very opposite this time around- having a difficult childhood, having to wait on a step sibling, feeling lost and cast out only to find her true love and marrying happily. I hope for Anne that she may be Queen one day, without the need for a man- just like her daughter!

"A fresh young damsel, who could trip and go"

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But with the choice of life, would Anne not- in view of the personal perfection she sought in the 1500's; choose a challenge, something different in this life and again in the next, that she may by study of each aspect of life become enlightened? Is this not the quest for those believing in reincarnation? Or is it curiosity- what will happen next?

I myself kind of pick at the vast buffet of religion and spirituality; filling up my plate with aspects that make sense to me.. I have an open mind- I believe no one knows what becomes of us when we die. I'm a reincarnation girl myself, and I've had near death experiences- but there's nothing definitive to prove what I saw when I “died” wasn't my brain releasing bliss enducing chemicals etc.. 

Perhaps Anne, if she is in this life amongst us, has experianced the very opposite this time around- having a difficult childhood, having to wait on a step sibling, feeling lost and cast out only to find her true love and marrying happily. I hope for Anne that she may be Queen one day, without the need for a man- just like her daughter!

"A fresh young damsel, who could trip and go"

July 6, 2011
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I believe in life after death, but rather in the Christian sense of some happy paradise where you meet all your loved ones again after your time has come (okay, this sounds corny).  I also believe in guardian angels…although that might sound weird now Laugh

Somehow I like the thought that after life on Earth one has an eternal life of bliss with the ones you love. So in my thoughts Anne and her family and friends are together now somewhere.

I do not believe in Reincarnation, though.

July 28, 2011
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wreckmasterjay said:

Have you ever heard the story of Carl Edon from Middlesbrough?

 

He was a young lad when he randomly started talking German (after not even having one lesson) and kept pointing at the railway tracks saying “I died there” for no reason.

 

He was murdered on those same railway tracks that he pointed to in the 1990s but if that wasnt spooky enough check this out…..

 

Years later a crashed WW2 German bomber was found EXACTLY where he was murdered, and EXACTLY where he had claimed to have already died……and when they found the body of the pilot and tracked down his details…..a photo was found of the pilot and he looked the spitting image of Carl.

 

Seriously you wanna google this story…….its well strange and certainly made people think again about reincarnation!!


That's really interesting! I had a regression done a few years ago, and remembered being a teenager in the 1950's. My mother and I moved over to the states from England in 1954, but I died in a car accident in 1961. I managed to find an old ship pass from 1954 with the correct name and age on it! It had the address on the pass too, so I looked that up on google maps and it was the house I remembered living in! Spooky stuff!

I read a book about a woman who died, she was reincarnated, and married the man she had left a widower years before. She also looked exactly the same as she had before.

There's also a boy in Spain I believe who claims to be his own Granddad reincarnated!

"It is however but Justice, & my Duty to declre that this amiable Woman was entirely innocent of the Crimes with which she was accused, of which her Beauty, her Elegance, & her Sprightliness were sufficient proofs..." Jane Austen.

July 29, 2011
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I'm not sure if I believe in reincarnation but I like the idea of being given another chance to perhaps put any mistakes made in a past life right; if that makes sense.  I'd like to think that if Anne were reincarnted now she's happy and at peace with her past life.

July 30, 2011
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Wow, the story of Carl Edon is really really spooky… *goosebumps*

August 1, 2011
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I too have been regressed, not quite sure when I lived – I could name the kings but when I checked the regnal order it could have been early to mid 14th Century or mid to late 15th Century but I was in a castle and I remember very clearly there was a roundel like a sunflower on the lintel of the fireplaces. My name was Alys and at one point I was wearing very soft shoes (no idea if that's historically accurate or not!) also I couldn't save my eldest son who died from measles. I still get emotional about that although I have no children in this life.

 

Before I started writing about PL-TV I spent a lot of time wondering what could happen – I came to the conclusion that it's most likely to fit in with your cultural expectations but that you could opt for something different if you wanted the challenge. I'm happy to wait before finding out for sure though!

August 3, 2011
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That's amazing! I thought I was the only one! I remember Rome. I had a best friend and I was beautiful, we used to sit together in a stone semi circular seat out of the way of the market. Im still in search of her, I found her when I was about 4 in this life, but I moved to Aus and she moved to Japan when we were 9.

I had another where I was born in a small villiage with a twisted arm. I was cast out and made to leave. Sometimes, when I sit for long periods, my arm (though there is nothing wrong with it in this life) twists and looks just wrong. It's creepy.

But the weirdest was this: I remembered a life as a Viking warrior. My arm was severed and I put the stump in the fire to seal it. Whilst at work one day in 2009 a lady approached me for help. I helped her and she said: “I remember you. You were fighting and your arm got cut off here-” She pointed to where it had been severed and continued: “You were a real bastard” I had never met her before. But she was right, the lower part of my arm; when I think of this regression, becomes completely numb- and from what I remembered- I was a bastard.

I think we remember so we can learn and heal things which perhaps were too painful to study at the time… Who knows? I am sure if Anne is around in 2011 she is very happy, and still being the best she can be, and still learning. Maybe she remembers, but maybe she doesn't.. It may take her a while to forgive Henry. It would take me a damn long time!

 

The Carl Edon story is great! Definatley goosebumps!

I'm reading Neil Gavin's “Threads” at the moment- it's the story of Anne Boleyn's reincaration..

"A fresh young damsel, who could trip and go"

August 3, 2011
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I love Threads; it's just about my favourite Anne book!  Historical novel, that is  Laugh

Your story about being the viking warrior E, sounds fascinating.  I'm sure if something like that happened to me I'd just freak out!!!

August 5, 2011
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Im really enjoying it Bella, he just seems to have captured Anne's personality and really brought her to life. I did freak out! My whole body got tingles! I practice Reiki too, on one occasion I asked a lady why I kept seeing an oblong pool with paving stones around it set in a lawn, a beach ball and why I couldn't breath- she revealed that it was her Uncle's house I was seeing and that he had drowned in that swimming pool! I told her he was saying hello.. Another goose bump occasion!

"A fresh young damsel, who could trip and go"

March 28, 2012
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Nothing weird about it. E has her finger spot on, last paragraph. Anne is somewhere on this site and loving every word. And no, she wouldn’t change a thing about her tudor life. She has everything she’s always wanted; lots of unconditional love.Wink

March 29, 2012
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Most likely! Although A LOT of people seem to think they are the reincarnation of Anne, a simple goggle showed up abut 5 people claiming the same, so who knows! Perhaps its because many people can relate to her.

"It is however but Justice, & my Duty to declre that this amiable Woman was entirely innocent of the Crimes with which she was accused, of which her Beauty, her Elegance, & her Sprightliness were sufficient proofs..." Jane Austen.

March 29, 2012
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I’ll certainly give the Carl Edon story a look in. So thanks for that.
The subjuect of reincarnation is and has always be a matter of great debate. There are certainly many well documented cases, and each of them is very interesting.
The Buddists, believe that a soul has to go through many lifetimes before they can acheive Nivana, and in fact the way that works is that if you are human this time next time you come back as animal, and your behaviour as a human actually plays apart in what animal yiou will be next time around.
The Dali Lama is chosen in a very strange way, unlike the Pope or any other religious leader who is chosen on their merits and talants, the Dali Lami is actually chosen by the Dali Lama himself. In short I believe there is about a couple of years age gap between the death of the Dali Lami and his chosen successor. The preists round up all the boy children who were born at the exact time and day the previous Dali Lama died and place in front of these children items that the previous Dali Lama used, the child the recognises these objects is deemed as the reincarnation of the Dali Lama and the boy is crowned as the next Dali Lama. Great honour and respect also go to the parents as they were obvisiously chosen sprirtally to carry his spririt etc..
There is another story that is well documented that you may like folks, Bridie Murphy. I believe it’s the book that Ellie mentioned. It’s worth a read.
I’ve not actually had past life regression done, but many years ago I went to Public house (pub) which was converted from an old house, and I knew the place like the back of my hand. even through I’d never been there before.
The place is extremely old and in the back room there is a witch’s pentagram on the floor. I also knew of a secret niche in the back wall that only the landlord knew of, and when it was discovered many years ago, even before I was born their was a number of things found it concerning witchcraft.
So maybe I was a witch in proir life, but I don’t think I was a bad one.
I would like to think that Anne is around somewhere, and I bet she would be blown away, by all of us. Who knows there may even be a Henry floating about too.

Semper Fidelis, quod sum quod

March 29, 2012
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I think Henry would be too heavy to float anywhere.Wink

March 29, 2012
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I think that one Anne, like one Henry, is quite enough for anybody. I don’t know why so many people want to be Anne, I’m sure she would rather be someone else herself!

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I’ve always wondered about this. This is why I fear death so much because I want reincarnation to be real, dying is nothing – you don’t get to feel anything ever again and what if the day after you die something wonderful happens in the world and you miss it? But thinking about the actuality of reincarnation seems impossible, like the idea of magic. If it’s real and Anne is out there in the world then she’s probably living a good life, or at least I hope she is. And I hope if reincarnation is real then you can still remember or have a connection from your past lives cause I wouldn’t wamt to forget my life and family now.

• Grumble all you like, this is how it’s going to be.

March 29, 2012
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You can’t possibly miss a spectacular catastrophe. Just look down from the sky. From what I see of the world as it is, I would opt to skip living the apocalypse?

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