Dreams Of Being A German WWII Soldier In A Past Life
To start with I would like to say that I am not religious and I do not believe in god or the afterlife, but the events of my early life have sowed some seeds of doubt in my lack of faith, here is the story.
As a child, I used to have dreams about WWII. I didn’t know what it was at the time and the dreams were always very vivid and for some reason all in black and white. The dreams were continuous and always picked up from where the old one stopped. In the dream, I was a German soldier who served the Nazis. I remember one dream very vividly (I was about eight at the time) where I was fighting in a forest around a big hill where in the dream I got shot in the stomach. I remember waking up screaming and holding my stomach since it hurt like hell and was swollen. The next night I had another dream, this time I was in a hospital recovering from the wound. I got to see my face in a mirror, but it wasn’t me. I looked like a middle-aged man probably in his late 30’s. The dreams continued on and off for a total of 8 years. They started when I was 5 and ended right after I turned 13. In my last WWII dream, the man got killed by the allies, and I remember the night I had that dream. I woke up and could not stop crying and having a feeling of great sadness. After he died in the dream, the dreams stopped.
When I was 17 years, me and my family went to Germany since my grandfather is interested in war-related stuff and he wanted to see the sites. We went to several sites during that holiday and when we visited Bundeswehr Military History Museum something happened to me. We were walking around taking photos and stuff like that when I started having a lot of the Deja vù feeling from looking at all the artefacts. At the same time, the memories of the dreams started coming back, and I remember suddenly starting to cry and feeling terrible. I needed to get out of there, and as I was walking, I came across some old WWII uniforms. They looked exactly like the ones from my dreams. At that point, there was no doubt in my mind that I was a German soldier during WWII in my past life.