Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Past Lives – Selfless Son, Byzantine Emperor, and Performer

Feeling very compelled to check into Arnold Schwarzenegger’s past lives. These are the three lifetimes that came into focus, and I believe, influenced him most in this lifetime.

The first lifetime –  I am shown one that dates back to his home country in Austria. His name was Alexander. There was a little village on top of a mountain. He had very strong hands, very much like he has in this lifetime.  

During the winter, the village he lived in was impassable.  Everyone had to stay in the same location because there was too much snow and concern for avalanches, and blocking the roads occurred every year. 

I see he was very intelligent and had to do a lot of manly chores at a young age. He had to cut logs with an ax, feed the farm animals, which he loved, help his father repair the house, and help keep it warm.  He was the oldest son of a large family. I see seven children, five boys with two sisters. He had many responsibilities. 

I see that his responsibilities really intensified when his Dad did not return from bartering in the village..  Everyone was alerted to help find his Dad. They formed a search party along his pathway, and his Dad was found under the snow.  

It was determined that he had had a heart attack and passed away. It had snowed on top of him on his way back home. This was VERY upsetting to everyone in the town and his family.  

Now, Alexander had to step up his role immediately as the father of the household.  He had to be strong and take on things as a young man.  At a time of his life, when he wanted to start thinking of his own life, he had the serious obligations of taking care of his brothers, sisters, and Mother. He was very self-disciplined.   

Having a huge conflict like this made him feel trapped at times, and being closed off to the world in the winter didn’t help either while taking care of his siblings full-time.  

Unfortunately, he did not achieve his aspiration that he had dreamed of in this lifetime.  He knew his potential was great, but he had to put it aside, and he accepted his life as it was as a caring brother/father to his siblings.  

The second lifetime – I see is he lived in a Byzantine culture.  I see him in politics, starting out as a messenger between politicians. He was very agile and athletic and could get messages by foot or by horse easily and was trusted by all.  He rose through the ranks because of his father, and his experience as a messenger helped him get familiar with the political life there.

I see a name associated with him as Romulus. His service was short, just less than a year, and his tenure represented the end of the Roman Empire. He was someone recorded in history, and for more thorough details of his reign in office, it is on Wikipedia.

He felt great guilt and a lot of denial that he thought he caused the Roman Empire to end. He left public life and lived in the shadows. He wished and promised himself that if he had another chance, he would lead the Roman (Western) Empire in a better way.

Arnold’s third lifetime – After his Romulus incarnation, a few generations later, he was born again in the same culture, Byzantine.

In this lifetime, I see him as a performer. He was handsome and knew how to juggle things, anything!  He was talented, and people would gather around him. He loved the energy. He developed other tricks and told funny stories and jokes, and basically had an entertainer act. He could perform and was a star there!  

He always had a place to stay and a few coins in his pockets and survived on his skills. He had so much fun and let go of any hang-ups over sex, love, and good times. He enjoyed all the pleasures life could give. He also made a lot of people happy then. I see he passed away with a smile on his face. 😉

Side note:  I was really compelled to do Mr. Schwarzenegger’s readings.  Right after I finished his first past life reading, I checked my social media. The first thing that popped up on his Instagram was that he was recovering from valve surgery! Glad to know he is doing well!  

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