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[quote:RefreshPage:MV8yNzYxNjY5XzQ4MTc0MjczX0VDNDcwQkQz] Interesting ideas on this thread.... It caused me to start googling and I came across this tidbit. "The number of moles a person has was found to have a correlation with telomere length. The length of telomeres may be of significance in the ageing process. But the relation between telomeres and aging remains uncertain." From here, under 'signs and symptoms' http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melanocytic_nevus I'm not really sure how it relates to your original query about birthmarks. I'm not sure that moles technically qualify as birthmarks. But I thought it was interesting and so I'm sharing.... [/quote]
I've scoured the net looking for the significance of birthmarks...but I really didn't see anything that dinged my ~TRUTH~ bell...
Some folks believe birthmarks are a sign of karmic debt. Others believe it can be a mark of death from your last life.
I'm not sure I believe any of those things but I would like to hear GLPers thoughts and musings on the matter.
I will just add, I DO NOT have a birthmark, neither does my son.
Anyone else with no birthmark?
Anyone want to share their esoteric knowledge of birthmarks?
ETA: update on pg 2
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