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13 Jan 2009, 10:10 pm

anyone here felt like they had a past life..even just daydreaming about it having them.
An art patron in Babylon
In mine i was a priestess of avalon
a female knight in the medieval european period...survived the black plague!! !
the lover of a WWI soldier...he died in combat
a beatnik in post war europe

i like to imagine myself as a starship captain or even admiral in the future...form fitting suit and all...
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13 Jan 2009, 10:15 pm

A fantasy life may be healthy, provided one does not become so deluded as to believe those fantasies are real.


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13 Jan 2009, 11:42 pm

no.

but i would prefer to have been born a king. that way i could execute my enemies and drink wine as the borders to my country expands further south.

life would be good.


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14 Jan 2009, 12:28 am

In a previous life I was a blackwing seagull and I s**t on cars and people. It was a very satisfactory life, especially when the herring were running thick.



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14 Jan 2009, 7:44 am

Sand wrote:
In a previous life I was a blackwing seagull and I sh** on cars and people. It was a very satisfactory life, especially when the herring were running thick.


In my past life I was one of those cars. I have this great urge to get even.

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14 Jan 2009, 7:56 am

I'm not sure if your supposed to remember your past life, then again I don't think your supposed to remember your descention to Earth either :s



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14 Jan 2009, 8:24 am

ruveyn wrote:
Sand wrote:
In a previous life I was a blackwing seagull and I sh** on cars and people. It was a very satisfactory life, especially when the herring were running thick.


In my past life I was one of those cars. I have this great urge to get even.

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The concept of getting even never appealed to me. I have always preferred to be odd.



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14 Jan 2009, 9:48 am

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The concept of getting even never appealed to me. I have always preferred to be odd.


In order to get even one must be odd, but not necessarily prime.

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14 Jan 2009, 10:16 am

A psychic once told me that in a past life I lived in New York City, and I'm destined to go back there to live. I hope that's true.


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14 Jan 2009, 10:29 am

ruveyn wrote:
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The concept of getting even never appealed to me. I have always preferred to be odd.


In order to get even one must be odd, but not necessarily prime.

ruveyn


Unfortunately the situation usually becomes irrational.



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14 Jan 2009, 10:31 am

gina-ghettoprincess wrote:
A psychic once told me that in a past life I lived in New York City, and I'm destined to go back there to live. I hope that's true.


I was born in New York City, grew up there, and am now very happy to live in Helsinki.



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14 Jan 2009, 11:35 am

it's impossible to tell if it's not just self-suggestion.


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14 Jan 2009, 12:50 pm

If I had a past life I probably had more than one. I'm just hoping my next life suits me more than this present one. -_-


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14 Jan 2009, 1:15 pm

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If I had a past life I probably had more than one. I'm just hoping my next life suits me more than this present one. -_-


This business of having past lives you can't remember is one of the most insane twists of human assumption I have come across. World populations have multiplied so much over past centuries we must assume that about four or five people inhabited the same people at the same time in the past and as we progress further back the number of people with multiple personality disorders must have been tremendous.



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14 Jan 2009, 1:18 pm

Sand wrote:
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If I had a past life I probably had more than one. I'm just hoping my next life suits me more than this present one. -_-


This business of having past lives you can't remember is one of the most insane twists of human assumption I have come across. World populations have multiplied so much over past centuries we must assume that about four or five people inhabited the same people at the same time in the past and as we progress further back the number of people with multiple personality disorders must have been tremendous.


It ain't just people, though, animal souls count as well.


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14 Jan 2009, 1:33 pm

gina-ghettoprincess wrote:
Sand wrote:
MissConstrue wrote:
If I had a past life I probably had more than one. I'm just hoping my next life suits me more than this present one. -_-


This business of having past lives you can't remember is one of the most insane twists of human assumption I have come across. World populations have multiplied so much over past centuries we must assume that about four or five people inhabited the same people at the same time in the past and as we progress further back the number of people with multiple personality disorders must have been tremendous.


It ain't just people, though, animal souls count as well.


Aha! Animal souls. So perhaps I was a seagull with diarrhetic problems after all. But if animals have souls, why not plants? Of course innumerable people must remember being rats or mosquitoes or paramecia but does anybody have clear recall of being a cabbage or a mushroom or, perhaps for grandeur, a sequoia? Do bacteria count? There's loads of room there for people except there are so many of them there must be some without any souls which makes them lousy conversationalists.