Signs a Plague Happened in Your Past Life

Signs a Plague has Been Part of Your Past Life

The Covid-19 scare has affected everyone in some way, but some may appear more affected than others. This could be because a plague has been part of a past life and the chaos is a trigger for painful memories that you may or may not be tapped into.

For most, the flashes of past memories come and go. That is if we can remember anything. However, when we do get flashes, it is usually related to some form of trauma that occurred in the past life. Most of the time it is related to a death, our own or that of a loved one.

For those individuals that suffered a death or watched loved ones die in a past lifetime plague, the tragedies of today could be too familiar for comfort. There are likely to be many people who have these types of memories because past plagues took so many lives. As an example, the Black Death killed approximately 50 million in the 1300s. If the Covid-19 chaos, has you on edge, here are some signs you may have experienced a plague in your past life.

Interested Before Others

If you found that you had an interest in the Covid-19 virus long before it actually came out of China, checking social media for updates while others were focused on their day to day lives, then there is a good chance you were part of a previous plague. Even if you felt an acute interest in listening to the latest news as it swept across the globe or stocked up on supplies prior to the rush, you may have a past life connected to a plague. It is likely you recognized the familiar in what was happening because it was not your first experience.

Moved by History

If you find yourself drawn to some historical event for no real reason or even just feel an emotional pull toward it, you could have once lived it. Living through a plague in a past life could have caused you to be overwhelmed, have fear, anxiety, and grief meaning these emotions have left an imprint in your subconscious. This then causes you to feel moved about events that are similar.

Fears About Past Plagues

Plagues mean germs so if you are a germaphobe and you are showing heightened fears around Covid-19, then it may be associated with a past life experience. It may not be as clear as just germs. Some may fear rats and mice which were largely involved in the Black Plague. The fear may seem irrational now but was important then.

Interest in Medicine

For some, fears from a past life may be inspiring instead of haunting. These people may feel a strong urge to prevent what happened in the past. This may be what is behind those that feel compelled to fight Covid-19 with all that is in them. This could be why, even before Covid-19, someone chose the public health or epidemiology field. Career choices can actually show a great deal about past lives.

Past lives are valuable because they come complete with lessons that may have been missed but we are having a second chance to learn and comprehend. They further remind us that even when faced with tragedy or death, we can continue our spiritual journeys and grow from each.


  1. What a fascinating read! The idea that our current fears and interests could be echoes of past lives adds a rich layer of complexity to our understanding of human psychology. I particularly appreciated the section on how past life experiences might drive us towards certain career paths, such as medicine or public health. It offers a compelling explanation for why some individuals are so passionate about combating pandemics. This article certainly broadens the horizons of how we perceive our emotional and psychological responses to global crises.

  2. This is absolutely preposterous. The idea that past lives and their traumas are dictating our present-day reactions to a global pandemic is not only unfounded but borderline irresponsible. We should focus on tangible, scientific explanations rather than these far-fetched theories.

    • Oh, come on Belle! Lighten up! Sometimes a little out-of-the-box thinking can offer comfort in these stressful times. It’s not always about hard science!

    • Belle, while I understand your points, there are studies in psychology that support the idea of inherited trauma or collective memory. It’s not entirely far-fetched to consider.

  3. This article provides an intriguing perspective on the subconscious influence of past lives on our current anxieties and fascinations. The notion that our heightened sensitivities towards the Covid-19 pandemic might stem from experiences in previous plagues is profoundly thought-provoking. It encourages us to delve deeper into our personal histories and understand our reactions, potentially offering a path to greater self-awareness and healing.

  4. This article is fascinating! It provides profound insights into how our past lives may influence our current emotional states. The connections drawn between historical plagues and the Covid-19 crisis are particularly intriguing. It opens up new realms of understanding and self-exploration.

  5. The connection between being drawn to historical events and past life experiences is a thought-provoking concept. It would be interesting to explore how subconscious memories could manifest in our current lives.

  6. The historical connections made in this article are somewhat compelling, but they lack empirical evidence. It would be more convincing if it included references to rigorous studies in psychology or history to back these claims.

    • Well, Blondie, not everything can be quantified by empirical evidence. Some things are felt and remembered at a deeper level. It’s part of the human experience.

  7. The notion that past life experiences could influence our reactions to modern crises is both fascinating and thought-provoking. It challenges us to consider deeper, spiritual explanations for our behaviors. Intriguing read!

    • While it’s an interesting theory, I wonder if there’s any scientific evidence to support these claims about past lives?

  8. I find the psychological perspective on why we might feel strongly about global events like Covid-19 quite compelling. Understanding these emotions can help us cope better during such times, whether or not they are linked to past lives.

  9. While the notion of past lives influencing present behavior can be fascinating, I would be interested to see more empirical evidence to support these claims. The psychological and historical aspects of pandemics are worth exploring.

  10. The article attempts to explore a complex psychological phenomenon through the lens of spirituality. While I remain skeptical of its claims, it does provide food for thought and invites further contemplation about the interconnectedness of our experiences.

  11. Ah, it’s delightful to see that the fear of bygone plagues still haunts the fragile human psyche. Perhaps if they had vampires to worry about, these ‘past life traumas’ would seem trivial in comparison. The irony is rich.

  12. This article is quite informative. It provides a unique lens to understand why some of us might be more agitated by the pandemic than others. I hadn’t considered past lives as a potential influence before.

  13. This is an interesting perspective on why certain individuals might be more affected by the pandemic than others. It does bring a unique point of view that blends historical context with psychological insight. It’s thought-provoking, to say the least.

    • Agreed! Even if it’s speculative, it provides a comforting narrative for those who are particularly anxious in these times. Sometimes context, even speculative, can help people cope better.

    • Indeed, Debra. Whether one believes in past lives or not, the historical and psychological angles presented are worth contemplating.

  14. It’s fascinating to consider that a heightened interest in medicine or public health could be tied to past life experiences. This perspective adds a new dimension to how we understand our career choices and passions.

  15. Oh, come on! Blaming our current woes on past lives? This sounds like an excuse to avoid dealing with present-day issues logically and rationally. Let’s focus on real solutions, not metaphysical mumbo jumbo.

  16. So, I was probably a medieval doctor in my past life because I stocked up on toilet paper before anyone else? Hilarious! Maybe that explains my unexplained love for plague doctor masks.

    • Haha, love your sense of humor! But on a serious note, it’s interesting to think about how our instincts could be influenced by more than just this lifetime.

  17. The idea that our reactions to Covid-19 might be influenced by past life experiences is certainly intriguing. It makes one ponder the depth of our subconscious and the layers that shape our fears and interests.


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