This really creeps me out.
I saw a link here on Tumblr about a certain application that will determine who I was during my past life. I don’t really believe in reincarnation and all that life after death theories, but I was curious so I tried it out. All I have to do was to enter my date of birth and it will give the results. Here’s what I got:
I am shocked because first of all, I am never the girly type. I grew up beheading barbies and building legos, making tall building and such. I was a bit of a tomboy as a child. I hate pink stuffs until now. I prefer tamiya, beyblades and playstation to doll, stuffed toys and cooking sets. So is me being a male in my past life, if ever it exists, have to do with my preference? Plus, I originally planned on taking up Civil Engineering or Architecture for college but my love for science got the best of me. Nonetheless, I love art and creating things. I enjoy drawing and sketching, which pretty much was stated in the results of my past life. It’s completely freaky!!
As for the psychological profile, I was somehow accurate because I know myself to be very curious about the philosophy of life and the world. I always question our existence, trying to find the truth about it. I am always one to find evidences and reason to believe things. I am not dependent on faith alone but substance itself. I need to know things in order to satisfy my curiosity.
As for the last part of the result, Goddamit but I was so shocked and had goosebumps all over. It was so exact with where I am now. How? Well, it’s this: I am currently in my third year of taking Physical Therapy which exactly deals with helping others especially the weak and disabled. My course deals with rehabilitation which pretty much is equivalent to caring for people who are in need.
If you have the time and would like to try the application, it’s here. I am not saying that everything the results show is accurate. Mine was almost all true. It’s just me being snoopy and curious about things that don’t really matter much. But it’s fun. I just wanted to know, so yeah, that’s that.