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Tampa Heather  (OP)

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Re: Birthmarks?
Okay, so upon further inspection, I DO have something that resembles a birthmark...even though I called my mom and asked if I had a birthmark at birth, she said no. Plus, my Aunt, her sister, said she never remembered me having one either. My Aunt did mention a lot of her brothers and sisters, and even her mom (my maternal grandmother) didnt have birthmarks. So maybe it is genetic...?

What I have is a slight red (out of 1-10 with 10 being bright red, mine is a 1) small *mark* under my hairline, at the back of my neck...? Which my mother says was not there at birth, or growing up as a small child...?

Now I'm even more confused...lol...

Thank you guys and gals for trying to help me get to the bottom of this...
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birthmarks means luck (help from heaven). if you don't have them diy.
body is certain image-vibration of soul. and birthmarks mark your mission in life.

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Tampa Heather  (OP)

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It's genetic. My wife and daughter have a birthmark with the same shape and location.
 Quoting: Chip


<<insert oh reelly meme>>

I would think ^^that's^ rare?
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Tampa Heather  (OP)

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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


Hmmm...

I have a theory on the slight red 'marks' on the nape of the neck...as I have one too...I'm not sure if it is a birthmark or not though as my mom says I didn't have one as a child...but now I do? I just don't know...lol...but thanks for sharing with me, made me smile :)

Very interesting idea in your last paragraph!

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Tampa Heather  (OP)

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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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WOW! What a neat idea! I never even thought of that and I'm a spacetard...
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Tampa Heather  (OP)

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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....
 Quoting: RefreshPage


Yeah, I read that yesterday (thanks for linking :) when I was thinking about it...IMO, it seems random at this point...

Anyone who watched Cloud Atlas will know the birthmarks played a significant role...reincarnation type stuff...
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Haha, like the scars you pick up with your memories for some it seems.
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Tampa Heather  (OP)

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Haha, like the scars you pick up with your memories for some it seems.
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ohyeah

What are those white scars called that develop in your brain from scar tissue?
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Haha, like the scars you pick up with your memories for some it seems.
 Quoting: HilosPP


ohyeah

What are those white scars called that develop in your brain from scar tissue?
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Haha, I don't even wanna know what it looks like in a catscan now.

I think I'm gonna go balance some isotopes at the beach :p been on all morning.

TTYL Sista :P
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Re: Birthmarks?
I have one between my toes.

I could never wear flip-flops. Yet my daughter has webbed feet and can wear them


Go figure.
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I have one between my toes.

I could never wear flip-flops. Yet my daughter has webbed feet and can wear them


Go figure.
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Better you than me :) as I practically live in flip flops...

And the real question here is, can your daughter swim better than you? Would something like that be considered an asset?
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Re: Birthmarks?
I have one between my toes.

I could never wear flip-flops. Yet my daughter has webbed feet and can wear them


Go figure.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42966849


Better you than me :) as I practically live in flip flops...

And the real question here is, can your daughter swim better than you? Would something like that be considered an asset?
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


Probably be cool for the outter rings of Lemuria.
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my youngest, an 8 year-old son who is half Native American, has a huge mole on his pinky finger....almost the size of a dime. I always wondered if it meant anything in particular.....
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huuuh
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I don't have one.
But my 26 year old girlfriend and her 3 year old niece have one onthe same spot
Tampa Heather  (OP)

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I don't have one.
But my 26 year old girlfriend and her 3 year old niece have one onthe same spot
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I keep hearing posters here and elsewhere mention that...several people in the same family having the same birthmark...?
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Tampa Heather  (OP)

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Re: Birthmarks?
I have one between my toes.

I could never wear flip-flops. Yet my daughter has webbed feet and can wear them


Go figure.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42966849


Better you than me :) as I practically live in flip flops...

And the real question here is, can your daughter swim better than you? Would something like that be considered an asset?
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


Probably be cool for the outter rings of Lemuria.
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We think alike ;)
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Tampa Heather  (OP)

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my youngest, an 8 year-old son who is half Native American, has a huge mole on his pinky finger....almost the size of a dime. I always wondered if it meant anything in particular.....
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Are you sure it's a mole and not one of those 'cafe' birthmarks? I would be curious what Native Americans think in regards to birthmarks? Anyone know?
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a 7 on my left hand...
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and even something much stranger on my left wrist.

my viens spell "HI" perfectly. it is beyond bizarre...
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i do on my left shoulder
looks like the phi symbol
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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
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


Birthmarks are subject to illusions and You know this.
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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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
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


Birthmarks are subject to illusions and You know this.
 Quoting: silvervega


What do you think they meant when they said the tried to erase him from the walls of history in egypt?

Reincarnation was known to be practiced by them; undeniably. Palm lines and body markings of Apophis.
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Did you see Cloud Atlas?
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I have a two inch long birthmark on my left buttcheek that looks like the state of California.
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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
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


Birthmarks are subject to illusions and You know this.
 Quoting: silvervega


THINK YOUR WRONG
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Did you see Cloud Atlas?
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NO, TELL MORE
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Did you see Cloud Atlas?
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No, not even sure what movie you are talking about; wanna watch it with me? :P jk
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Re: Birthmarks?
I have a heart below my eyebrow, left eye, it fades in the summer when I tan. Idk about it being a mark where we died before. Melanin creates strawberry marks, so its a concentration of melanin in a certain area.
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Re: Birthmarks?
Gnostic Warrior has some esoteric threads on birthmarks.

Here is mine...

Thread: Mark of Cain = Birthmark (Page 7)
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