Second time around.

Your past life diagnosis:
I don’t know how you feel about it, but you were male in your last earthly incarnation. You were born somewhere in the territory of modern East Australia around the year 1800.

Your profession was that of a map maker, astrologer, astronomer.

Your brief psychological profile in your past life:
Timid, constrained, quiet person. You had creative talents, which waited until this life to be liberated. Sometimes your environment considered you strange. The lesson that your last past life brought to your present incarnation:

Your main task is to make the world more beautiful. Physical and spiritual deserts are just waiting for your touch. Keep smiling!

[I’ve added one millenium to my previous incarnations date of birth because I don’t think the Aborigines had much use of mapmakers.]

From ‘the big view’ via boynton

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Geoff Honnor
Geoff Honnor
2022 years ago

Mate…I was apparently:

“Born Hungary around the year 975.

Your profession was that of a map maker, astrologer, astronomer.

Your brief psychological profile in your past life: Timid, constrained, quiet person. You had creative talents, which waited until this life to be liberated. Sometimes your environment considered you strange. The lesson that your last past life brought to your present incarnation: Your main lesson is to develop magnanimity and a feeling of brotherhood. Try to become less adhered to material property and learn to take only as much, as you can give back.”

I sound like a Magyar cross between a Dark Ages Bob Geldof and a Miss America contestant.

I have reason to suspect the veracity of the dizagnostic process…..

Nabakov
Nabakov
2022 years ago

Rilly?

I did the Boyton thing and it said I was a 17th century Bavarian blog commentor frustrated by the backward technology of the time.

Norman
Norman
2022 years ago

Apparently I have to overcome the timidity of my “previous life” in late 10th Century Tibet, and endeavour to help people who apparently can benefit from my teaching. With some, that sounds a little like “Mission Impossible”.