Tsar Paul I
According to my findings Robert Kennedy had been Tsar Paul I of Russia.
Friedrich II Eugen, Duke of Württemberg reincarnated as Arthur Miller.
On June 29, 1956, Monroe married playwright Arthur Miller, whom she had first met in 1951, in a civil ceremony in White Plains, New York. City Court Judge Seymour Robinowitz presided over the hushed ceremony in the law office of Sam Slavitt (the wedding had been kept secret from both the press and the public). Nominally raised as a Christian, she converted to Judaism before marrying Miller.
Maria Feodorovna became the wife of Tsar paul. Maria bore Paul 10 children. Tsar Paul grew to hate her.
I see a past life connection between Sherrie Lea Laird and the Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna.
I see a past life connection between Sherrie Lea Laird's daughter, Kezia and the Grand Duchess
Alexandra and Elena were particularly close.
Gustav Adolf was born in Stockholm. It has been suggested that Gustav Adolf was the biological son of Count Adolph Fredric Munck of Fulkila, though this has never been established. The Count is implied to have been given the task to father a son to the king, who supposedly had different leanings. These rumors however did not prevent Gustav III from taking an active role in the education of his heir, which took place under the direction of Nils von Rosenstein. In August 1796 his uncle the regent Charles, duke of Sudermannia, visited St. Petersburg for the purpose of arranging a marriage between the young king and Catherine II's granddaughter, the grand-duchess Alexandra. The betrothal was actually fixed for September 22, when the whole arrangement foundered on the obstinate refusal of Gustav to allow his destined bride liberty of worship according to the rites of the Greek Orthodox Church — a rebuff which undoubtedly accelerated the death of the Russian empress. Nobody seems to have even suspected at the time that serious mental derangement lay at the root of Gustav's abnormal piety. On the contrary, there were many who prematurely congratulated themselves on the fact that Sweden had now no disturbing genius, but an economical, God-fearing, commonplace monarch to deal with.
Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden reincarnated as Joe DiMaggio.
2003: In a programme an astrologer definitely said that Zsuzsa is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe. After that Zsuzsa had a role in a film about a trial in which her figure was the woman who seduced men.
2004: In a show she sang a song of Marilyn Monroe and posed in a white dress above a vent-hole for the first time. Later there was an article about her in a daily newspaper entitled “Marilyn is still alive”. Another article in a women’s magazine analysed the similarities between Zsuzsa and Marilyn. After that in an interview an astrologer, seeing the great deal of sameness, said, “Things do not happen by chance.” Later Zsuzsa was asked to sing in a show. The showman, who always criticised people, remarked, “Even her running is like that of Marilyn.” No wonder that at the end of that year she was invited to a celebrity’s birthday. As a magazine wrote, “She is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe whispering ‘Happy Birthday’”.
2005. May.: Hypnosis! Zsuzsanna is really reincarnated of Marilyn Monroe!!!
I get that Zsuzsa was Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia who was the third daughter of Paul I of Russia and Sophie Marie Dorothea of Württemberg.
She was born in 1786 in Saint Petersburg and raised in Pavlovsk.
As a child, she was not considered pretty: her features were disfigured as a result of a pioneering application of the smallpox vaccine. Her grandmother, Catherine II, admired her precocious talent as a pianist but declared that she'd better be born a boy. Her music instructor was Giuseppe Sarti, a composer.
In 1804, she married Carl Friedrich Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar Eisenach, with whom they stayed in Saint Petersburg for nine months, before departing for Weimar. There she was greeted with a bout of festivities, as described by Christoph Martin Wieland: "The most festive part of all the magnificence of balls, fireworks, promenades, comedies, illuminations was the widespread and genuine joy at the arrival of our new princess". Schiller praised her "talents in music and painting and genuine love of reading", while Goethe hailed her as one of the worthiest women of his time.
After the death of the Grand Duke Carl Friedrich in 1853 she retired from public life.
Her last trip to Russia was to the coronation of her nephew as Alexander II of Russia in 1855.
Karl Frederick, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (b. Weimar, 2 February 1783-d. Schoss Belvedere, near Weimar, 8 July 1853), was a Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
He was the eldest son of Karl August, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and Luise Auguste of Hesse-Darmstadt.
Karl Frederick succeeded his famous father as Gran Duke when he died, in 1828. His capital, Weimar continued to be a cultural center of Central Europe, even after the death of Goethe, in 1832. Johann Nepomuk Hummel made his career in Weimar as Kapellmeister until his death in 1837. Franz Liszt settled in Weimar in 1848 as Kapellmeister and gathered about him a circle that kept the Weimar court a major musical centre.
In St.Petersburg on 3 August 1804, Karl Frederick married with the Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia, daughter of Paul I of Russia.
Apparently he did it again this time around.
Concerning Sherrie's last life. It seems that she was not Marilyn Monroe at all, but Princess Maud of Fife (3 April 1893 - 14 December 1945).
Looking at pictures of Sherrie's band, Pandamonia, it became clear that the band also had past life connections with Princess Maud of Fife. Here's a comparison of Maud's mother, Princess Louise and the bass guitarist.
It seems another band member was princess Maud's sister, Alexandra (where have I heard that name before?).
Yet another band member seems to have a connection to Alexandra's father in law, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn.
It seems Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia died in 1859 and reincarnated as Maud of Wales who was born in 1869. After Maud died in 1938, she later reincarnated as Zsuzsanna, who has also claimed to be the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe.
So we have 2 Mauds and 2 Marilyns!
Catherine II of Russia, called the Great (2 May 1729–17 November 1796
[O.S. 6 November]) — sometimes referred to as an epitome of the "enlightened despot" — reigned as Empress of Russia for some 34 years, from June 28, 1762 until her death.
A minor German princess with a very remote Russian ancestry, and a first cousin of Gustav III of Sweden and of Charles XIII of Sweden, Sophie Augusta Frederica (Sophie Friederike Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst), nicknamed "Figchen", was born in Stettin (now Szczecin, Poland) to Christian Augustus, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst, who held the rank of a Prussian general in his capacity as Governor of the city in the name of the king of Prussia. In accordance with the custom then prevailing in German nobility, she received her education chiefly from a French governess and from tutors.
Gustav III of Sweden
Gustav III (13 January (O.S.) or (24 January (N.S.) 1746 – March 29, 1792) was King of Sweden from 1771 until his death. He was the eldest son of King Adolf Frederick of Sweden and Louisa Ulrika of Prussia, sister of Frederick the Great.
Gustav III eventually reincarnated as Peter Lawford.
Princess of Württemberg
Maria Feodorovna was born in Stettin (now Szczecin, Poland) on October 25, 1759 as Princess Sophie Marie Dorothea Auguste Louise of Württemberg. She was the daughter of Friedrich II Eugen, Duke of Württemberg and his wife Friederike Dorothea of Brandenburg-Schwedt.
Princess Sophie Dorothea, as she was known in her family, was brought up in Montbeliard, the seat of the junior branch of the House of Württemberg to which she belonged, and at Étupes, were her parents had their court. Montbeliard was a cultural center and many intellectual and political figures frequented her parents' residence. Princess Sophie’s education was better than average in the culture- oriented paternal home and she would love the arts all her life. She was raised according to French fashion and refinements, as was the custom of that era, but with German bourgeois simplicity.
In 1773, Sophie Dorothea was among the group of German Princesses considered as possible wives of the heir to the Russian throne, the future Tsar Paul I. However, Sophie of Württemberg was not yet fourteen years old at that time, and Wilhelmina of Hesse-Darmstadt (Natalia Alexeievna) a princess of a more appropriate age was chosen instead.
Sophie was engaged to Prince Louis of Hesse, brother of Paul’s first wife, but when the Russian heir to the throne became a widower in 1776, Frederick II of Prussia proposed Sophie as the ideal candidate to be Paul's second wife. Sophie's former fiancé้, the Prince of Hesse-Darmstadt, received a monetary compensation when the engagement was broken. Sophie was seventeen years old and pleased with the prospect of being Empress of Russia. When her mother lamented the unfortunate destiny of some Russian sovereigns, she replied that her only concern was to make her way in her new country quickly and successfully.
The Russian Empress, Catherine II, was delighted with the idea. The princess of Württemberg shared with her not only a similar education but also the same original name and place of birth. Frederick II arranged the marriage and Sophie was summoned to Berlin, where Paul joined her. They met for the first time at a state dinner given in honor of his arrival in Berlin. Sophie was eager to please, having learned that Paul's tastes were serious: she talked geometry with him during their first interview. Next day she wrote a glowing letter to a friend in which she declared that she was "madly in love". Paul was as happy with the young princess as she was with him. "I found my intended to be such as I could have dreamed of," Paul wrote to his mother, "She is tall, shapely, intelligent, quick-witted, and not at all shy."
Sophie’s first impressions were no less enthusiastic. "I am more than content," she wrote. "Never, dear friend, could I be happier. The Grand Duke could not be more kind. I pride myself on the fact that my dear bridegroom loves me a great deal, and this makes me very, very fortunate." By early fall, she had fallen deeply in love with her future husband. "I cannot go to bed, my dear and adored Prince, without telling you once again that I love and adore you madly," she wrote to Paul. Soon after arriving at St Petersburg that September, she converted to the Orthodox Church, took the title of Grand Duchess of Russia and traded the name Sophie Dorothea for Maria Feodorovna. The wedding took place on September 26, 1776.
Catherine the Great died in 1796.
Princess Sophie Marie Dorothea Auguste Louise of Württemberg became Marilyn Monroe.
GRAND DUCHESS ALEXANDRA PAVLOVNA (1783-1801), and GRAND DUCHESS ELENA PAVLOVNA (1784-1803).
Painted together in St. Petersburg, in 1795-1797. No. 260 at the Taurida Palace Exhibition. Now at the Hermitage. The Inventory, compiled after the death of Mme Vigée-Lebrun, mentions among the portraits that of "enfants de Catherine" (?). Only these two youthful grand-daughters, perhaps sketched in pastel, could be mistakenly interpreted as "children" of the Empress Catherine.
Maria Feodorovna (Marilyn Monroe)
Alexandra Pavlovna (Sherrie)
Elena Pavlovna (Kezia)
Dmitry Grigoryevich Levitsky
The above 3 portraits of GRAND DUCHESS ALEXANDRA PAVLOVNA (1783-1801), GRAND DUCHESS ELENA PAVLOVNA (1784-1803) and Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (1786–1859) were painted by Dmitry Grigoryevich Levitsky.
Dmitry was born in Kiev, currently Ukraine in a family of clergyman and engraver Grigory Levitzky. His father was his first art teacher. Later be became a pupil of Aleksey Antropov who came to Kiev to paint the Kiev Cathedral of St. Andrew.
In 1770, Levitzky became famous as a portrait painter after the exhibition of six of his portraits in the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg.
For the portrait of Alexander Kokorinov, Director and First Rector of the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg (1769) he was elected an academician and appointed the Professor of the portrait painting class at the Academy of Arts. He remained on this position until 1788.
In 1772-1776 Levitzky worked on a series of portraits of the pupils of the privileged women establishment Smolny Institute for Young Ladies in St. Petersburg commissioned by Catherine II. The girls are depicted performing dances, music, plays.
Though Levitzky had many commissions, they were, in most cases, poorly paid, and the painter died in poverty in 1822.
Apparently Levitsky reincarnated as Dr. Adrian Finkelstein, a noted California psychiatrist who is involved in the Sherrie Lea Laird/Marilyn Monroe reincarnation case.
Roslin's portrait of Maria Feodorovna at the age of 18, with the Pavlovsk Palace in the background.
The painter Alexander Roslin later incarnated as Richard Avedon, the famed fashion photographer.
Richard Avedon, one of the most celebrated photographers of the 20th Century died at the age of 81.
Avedon helped create the era of supermodels with sensuous photographs of fashion icons such as Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford.
And his portrait work, often stark, unflattering black-and-white images of the stars, was regarded as setting a new level in photographic art.
Avedon died in Texas where he was working for the New Yorker magazine.
He worked first for Harper's Bazaar and later for Vogue, producing pictures that were ground-breaking and credited with redefining the concept of fashion photography, moving from rigid poses to more candid, less formal representations.
Avedon also developed a towering reputation for portrait work.
His austere images of subjects such as Brigitte Bardot, Charlie Chaplin, and Marilyn Monroe, were intense studies that set the benchmark for artistic photography.
Any similarities in facial features are purely coincidental.
These readings were done using a special kind of mental dowsing.
The result of a lot of meditation and pendulum practice.
I teach psychic awareness for a living and a number of different psychic techniques were employed to test the data.
The data has also been double-checked by other readers of the Akashic Records.
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