posted on Apr, 7 2014 @ 10:32 PM
reply to post by infoseeker26754
Really interesting theory.
I've often felt the same way in recent years. It's good to know that I'm not the only one. I can even give you a rough approximation of the date
when the world (and me along with it) went sideways, so to speak.Late spring 2011.When do you believe it may have happened to you?
Now this is very interesting; as in for each of us a conspicuous (should have been conscious memory) paradigm shift happened (as individuals would
have been different). For me it was earlier; 2005 (the world went to sleep for 3 days while I worked some magick re-alignments of heavenly bodies);
not exactly sideways but close enough, as everything after seemed odd, time wise and unpredictable (we have our specific jobs to do).
Hey there Vet - good to see you again.
What you say makes sense in that assuming the premise is true, the date of the shift would be a little different for all of us. Really interesting in
that all four of us (including Snarl & Infoseeker) seemed to have experienced something similar within a relatively narrow timeline (whatever that
And before I forget, in the words of the immortal sage Yogi Berra, "it's like deja vu all over again" seeing the 4 of us in this thread discussing
this type of topic. That alone is worth the price of admission.
So why am I finding it so difficult to articulate my thoughts here? I've been typing/erasing and/or staring at this stupid screen for far longer
than I normally do. It's not that I can't find the words - just the opposite. There are far too many. It's like a flood or torrent of ideas &
thoughts covering an awful lot of ground, which I know are related somehow but I can't quite wrestle this bastard to the ground.
I will say this though. I have a strong feeling this "pause" of sorts is rapidly drawing to a close and some sort of next phase is on the verge of
starting to burst through. Not all at once like an explosion, but rather bleeding through in waves or shot thru like individual bolts of energy. All
different yet all the same. Either way (or both), it will be unmistakable.
It's right at the edge of my vision - I can *almost" see it...
Re: all having our jobs to do - I'm gobsmacked that you said that. I've had a very strong sense recently that is exactly what I need to do. I just
wish to hell I knew what that job was...
And all of the above is so unlike me as to be almost absurd. That fact alone makes all of it perfect. And makes me laugh.
Like Kismet. Now there's a word I've rarely thought and don't think I've ever used, yet it's been blazing around in my head since I started
typing this mess...