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Tampa Heather
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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?

TIA ;)

ETA: update on pg 2

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Re: Birthmarks?
I believe it's genetic.
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I noted that myself, hubby, children have the same birthmark which is a mole on our right side near the area where the ribs bend. I always thought, this was where the spear pierced Jesus through. But hubby has no jew in him. So makes me wonder. The mole thing must be genetic. If you have no moles at all then its good thing. I assummed having moles meant we were linked to Africans in some way too as in thousands of years ago.
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By the way, one of my BFFs has a mold in that same rib area. Im pretty sure somewhere down the line we were related.
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I believe it's genetic.
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This, one of my children and I have a mole in the same place. Is that a birthmark?
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I believe it's genetic.
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My mom has one...so does everyone else in my immediate family except for me and my son?
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I believe it's genetic.
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This, one of my children and I have a mole in the same place. Is that a birthmark?
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I believe it's genetic.
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My mom has one...so does everyone else in my immediate family except for me and my son?
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


My father, brothers, and sister has, so I believe it is.
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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?

TIA ;)
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


I'm under the belief they are scars from past lives; I've got them all over, not in unhealthy way either; honestly looks like you can count the ways I've been killed.

2 on the adam's apple, one above my lip, one on the side of my face. My back looks like I've been whipped pretty much everytime I've walked the earth and they still practiced such things.

Did you know in some of the Asian cultures if a woman was in threat of being captured and than inturned raped by rivaling clan the woman would take a sword and end her life to spare her body from her attackers.

Have you ever seen the Bruce Lee flick when they bad guys get to his sister before he does?

I'll take a pic of my torso if you wanna see the moles on the front.
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In our culture, we put a mark on the deceased to identify them in their next life.

When my brother died, they put a mark on a very specific location on his body.

I was born after he died, and had a prominent birthmark at the exact same location they marked him.
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Mine is on my left forearm near the elbow.

How can you die from a wound in your forearm?
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Mine is on my left forearm near the elbow.

How can you die from a wound in your forearm?
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I have one in the middle my right forearm.

It is a small circle almost resembling a cigarette burn.
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Me too. Its a mole about 3 or 4 inches up from the base of the palm.

I've woke up with stigmata once but was only for a few seconds.
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Mine is on my left forearm near the elbow.

How can you die from a wound in your forearm?
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Maybe you lost the arm?
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Mine is on my left forearm near the elbow.

How can you die from a wound in your forearm?
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Maybe you lost the arm?
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Not always fatal either; like I said I think its pretty obvious you can tell I've been lashed a lot, haha from my mouth here and the markings on my back. Don't die from lashings, not me personally never have.
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Mine is on my left forearm near the elbow.

How can you die from a wound in your forearm?
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Remember when david got a little to huffy on himself instead of the spirit and was wounded in battle?

Haha, maybe god would mark him too.
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Mine is on my left forearm near the elbow.

How can you die from a wound in your forearm?
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Maybe you lost the arm?
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Just small infection in the past would do without antibiotics being available. Left arm means quick traveling of the infection to your heart.
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Maybe moles are the mark of Cain.
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Re: Birthmarks?
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?

TIA ;)
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


The birthmark supposed to be in the place which was the point of the cause of your death in your previous life. No birthmarks could mean natural death or first incarnation. I of course, don't know if this is true but interesting thread, so I'm giving you 5*****'s and pin suggestion. Would like to hear others opinion.
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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?

TIA ;)
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


The birthmark supposed to be in the place which was the point of the cause of your death in your previous life. No birthmarks could means natural death of first incarnation. I of course, don't know if this true but interesting thread, so I'm giving you 5*****'s and pin suggestion. Would like to hear others opinion.
 Quoting: Kinga


Thanks.

I've been thinking about this off and on for awhile now. I really wanted to hear from GLPers about this topic. Mainly because GLPers are geniuses in their own special way :) lol...you know what I mean, one poster could be living in their moms basement in Idaho and the next could be some professor from university, ya just never know on GLP.

May I ask which way your beliefs fall? I will share that I'm just not sure at this point...I think I can remember how I died in my last life, as well as previous lives...I've been shot before so if the whole "Birthmarks signify how you died in a previous life" is correct, why don't I have a birthmark on my chest?

I just don't know? Nothing sounds right to me yet...maybe they really are just a lump of over-active cells...?

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Yeah, I would like to hear more too. I have one small birthmark on my upper leg.
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Yeah

On my right wrist

Looks like a cloud, best I can describe it
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Re: Birthmarks?
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?

TIA ;)
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


hi, all of my kids(4) were born with birthmarks, yet i don't have any, and neither did my parents that i know of, there were 3 different fathers, maybe i was adopted or something
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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?

TIA ;)
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


hi, all of my kids(4) were born with birthmarks, yet i don't have any, and neither did my parents that i know of, there were 3 different fathers, maybe i was adopted or something
 Quoting: 71cuda 60688428


and i think moles and freckles are a map, like a constellation
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IMO, moles and birthmarks are completely different.

A mole is excessive pigment and keratinisation, genetically produced sometimes, sometimes not.
A mole is a 'safe' cancer - and is the reason why we're told to keep an eye on them if they change as they could easily turn into a not so safe skin cancer.

Birth marks are flat random shapes on the body that are generally a darker tone than the natural skin colour.
They never change, and are rarely raised above the skin (except 'strawberry' birth marks).

I don't know the meaning - i've always wondered. I also read it was about past lives...it's intriguing as where i have mine, if they were wounds then they would be severing major arteries causing death.
My boyfriend and i both have 1 at the nape of our necks and mid lower back.
I have a massive one on my inner thigh that's the exact shape of Ireland - where i eventually moved to!

Perhaps they are portents of what is to come rather than signs of past death?
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I would be happy to give you one, if you feel left out !



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Haha, well I got the cindy crawford mole.
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It's genetic. My wife and daughter have a birthmark with the same shape and location.
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Now that you mentioned... The same case with me and my mom, and woman supposed to pass their DNA to their daughters line only, something like that... My bro has in different place but not the same like my dad.

Happy New Year Chip!
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I would be happy to give you one, if you feel left out !



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rofl
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IMO, moles and birthmarks are completely different.

A mole is excessive pigment and keratinisation, genetically produced sometimes, sometimes not.
A mole is a 'safe' cancer - and is the reason why we're told to keep an eye on them if they change as they could easily turn into a not so safe skin cancer.

Birth marks are flat random shapes on the body that are generally a darker tone than the natural skin colour.
They never change, and are rarely raised above the skin (except 'strawberry' birth marks).

I don't know the meaning - i've always wondered. I also read it was about past lives...it's intriguing as where i have mine, if they were wounds then they would be severing major arteries causing death.
My boyfriend and i both have 1 at the nape of our necks and mid lower back.
I have a massive one on my inner thigh that's the exact shape of Ireland - where i eventually moved to!

Perhaps they are portents of what is to come rather than signs of past death?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10620942


This!!! a mole is not a birthmark...

I have both..
My Aunti (dad's side) has the same moles and fairly close locations as I do, my uncle(dad's side) also has them but on the opposite side and he is a lefty, we are righties..

But, I have birthmarks and they do not! There is one on my leg looks like Orion with a brown background and there is a mole (this my Aunt and uncle do not have this mole)just outside of it, that is 3 different colors..

I am not sure what I believe as to why some have birthmarks and others do not.. My 3 kids and I share a similar birthmark, but in different places.. an Triangle about 4 inches long and 3 inches wide, they show up in the Summer months after exposure to the Sun.

Maybe they are a Cosmic type of branding-LOL
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Haha, I bet a body chart of mine would look like a fkin connect the dots gone terribly bad.
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Re: Birthmarks?
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.[8] The length of telomeres may be of significance in the ageing process. But the relation between telomeres and aging remains uncertain.[9]"

From here, under 'signs and symptoms'
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org]

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....
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