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posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 06:08 AM
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originally posted by: gottaknow
I'm willing to bet you didn't lose any time at all, actually. You simply "thought" the clock said 8:57 when you looked at it, when it was actually 9:57. You just had your time wrong. It's easy to do with the sun going down so much later now as it seems like it's earlier than it is.

Also, if it was a digital clock, your view could have seen an 8 when it was actually a nine as they are so similar.

Easy slip-ups really.


that doesn't explain the tv show though.




posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 06:25 AM
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a reply to: undo

Nor does it explain how I made it through the 1 :30 minute movie that was on directly preceding GOT. If it hadn't been for that one fact, I'd say I lost track of time, but I watched it and in few short minutes between movies, somehow my world skipped an hour.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 06:39 AM
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i'm calling hoax until i see a pic of his girlfriend.
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posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 07:01 AM
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I absolutely understand the confusion that comes with missing time, as it has happened to me numerous times.

Once, I was out on military maneuvers, completely equipped with laser- tag -like equipment and an M16. I went into a porta- potty and the next thing I know I am outside without any equipment, including my weapon and Kevlar. I was so confused but what was so strange was that my sergeants basically didn't care even after I had to retrieve the weapon and equipment....that memory is very hazy for some reason and gives me a huge headache even to rewrite (I have written some of my experiences on this site before). A lot of my missing time episodes include sudden headaches when I think about them.

Anyway, I can empathize with the confusion and wtf. This stuff is real and happens more than some people could ever imagine.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 07:02 AM
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a reply to: undo

Normal kitchen, normal countertop. Whatever happened, seemed to have happened right after eating my slice or just before heating it up.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 07:07 AM
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originally posted by: Malraux
I absolutely understand the confusion that comes with missing time, as it has happened to me numerous times.

Once, I was out on military maneuvers, completely equipped with laser- tag -like equipment and an M16. I went into a porta- potty and the next thing I know I am outside without any equipment, including my weapon and Kevlar. I was so confused but what was so strange was that my sergeants basically didn't care even after I had to retrieve the weapon and equipment....that memory is very hazy for some reason and gives me a huge headache even to rewrite (I have written some of my experiences on this site before). A lot of my missing time episodes include sudden headaches when I think about them.

Anyway, I can empathize with the confusion and wtf. This stuff is real and happens more than some people could ever imagine.


That would have freaked me out as well. I've had other strange occurrences in my life but never missing time while I was supposed to be conscious and alert.

I wanted to tell you that I just went to your thread and read through a few pages. They were remarkable experiences indeed and since they've been happening since childhood they do smack of classic abduction scenarios. Hypnosis regression would be the logical step to offer more insight into your experiences if you were so inclined.
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posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 09:57 AM
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Curious. Were there any UFO sightings near your area during the general time you lost time? I don't know how you could find out, though unless one or more of your neighbors saw something and reported it.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:10 AM
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originally posted by: skunkape23
a reply to: twohawks
I have lost about 2 hours while driving a car, and found myself in a completely different location, miles behind where we had already been. I had a passenger. Both of us looked at each other in a state of shock, at the same time, and said "What the hell?!!"

Didja stop and paint a big red X in the road???



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:16 AM
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originally posted by: NightFlight
Curious. Were there any UFO sightings near your area during the general time you lost time? I don't know how you could find out, though unless one or more of your neighbors saw something and reported it.


I don't know whether or not there were any sightings last night, I could check Mufon and will. I did however, see and photograph an anomaly a couple of weeks ago flying right over my house at dusk. Thread is here. www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:23 AM
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Not entirely on topic, but have any of you ever really lost track of time because you just didn't care?.

We are all conditioned to perceive time in a certain way for the sake of continuity and order, but who really benefits from that continuity and order?.

1-Farmers need to know the season and year to grow, harvest and sell their crops and other products.

2-Employers need to keep everyone on a schedule to get whatever it is they have to get done, done by a certain deadline or whatever.

Farmers exploit the land and resources it offers for them to sell at a profit.

Employers exploit "Human Resources" to sell the product of their labor in trade for payment for time taken from those humans, sometimes exploiting them more than others depending on what exactly those humans are actually doing.

I have been so uncaring of the passage of time that it was a surprise to actually come into contact with someone who was completely controlled by it and made the passage of it a nearly constant concern.

I can't really say I have experienced a "Lost Time Event", but then I may not have been watching either....



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:27 AM
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I still can't believe I wrote all that down. It was very hard but made me feel a lot better. I don't know what those experiences have been and I wish I was better able to explain them. But I have to be able to be honest in my telling my story-both to myself and other people. There's obviously a lot missing and I really don't know if I want the blanks to be filled in. The last time I shared, I was in a horrific car accident, so I felt jinxed or something. I know that it didn't have anything to do with it but still....I shut up!!

Losing time, even for a few minutes can be very disconcerting. Hope your GoT watching goes better next week.

BTW, if anyone is a reader of Martin's series, I think we'll have to have another Brandon Sanderson fill in the blanks.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:39 AM
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I think this happens to more people than they care to admit. I've been online and had these "time slips" happen while looking at a picture or reading an article. For example, I've read articles that should have taken me a few minutes at best, and looked at the computer clock an hour later and realized I'd essentially been zoned out or something similar for that long. Reading an article and boom, an hour has passed in a blink. It's even happened to me reading a thread on ATS a few times.
I don't think some weird thing has ever happened to me or that I was in a hiccup in time, either. Instead, I think it's probably more related to sleep. If anything, it stands to reason it might be similar to narcolepsy with a dash of sleepwalking for added fun (sarcasm there) Think about that, being asleep and ambulatory isn't an unknown phenomena. There's probably many more degrees of it than we know of, and time slips might well be just that.
And there's also seizures, but I think that was already touched on in a prior post.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:48 AM
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I just flew home last night from exploring Chaco Canyon, NM and various other Anasazi sites in Colorado and had quite the experience. I get home and leave the airport after 12 hours of flying, totally exhausted and ready to find my car. As I'm outside I over hear one airport officer talking to another about a Doppelgänger so I politely butt in and ask him what he meant. He tells me a story of routine testing (called it e-line or something), when an alarm goes off in a secure area they have to check it out and take a photo of the area. When he looked at the photo it wasn't just him in the photo but another version of him. I asked to see the photo and I see to figures both dressed in the same TSA uniform with their firearm on the hip but only one is wearing a beanie the other I can see his hair.

What's weird is he said he was the one wearing the hat, but the one in the hat looked like some kind of impish troll wearing a uniform, and the one without the hat looked exactly like him. I was like WTF! I was so tired, I didn't get his name or ask for a copy, but since the airport is local I can always stop back and look for him. Anyways.....that's all off topic, but why I posted is this:

So after that weird experience (and remember I just spent a week researching and photographing ancient Anasazi sites) I'm driving home after a long trip and I am heading South on the same highway I have driven on for over 15 years. I drive past my exit to take my friend home and it opens up into a 3 lane highway and continues for about 5 miles. I say to my friend, "When did they make this 3 lanes?" She looked at me and said it has been this way for a long time. I have been on this road thousands of times and never remember it being 3 lanes....did I enter a different version of this reality???

This existence truly is stranger than fiction.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:51 AM
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perhaps you blacked out BEFORE you made the pizza and just assumed it happened after you made the pizza.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:52 AM
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originally posted by: undo
perhaps you blacked out BEFORE you made the pizza and just assumed it happened after you made the pizza.


I was going to post something similar. If it was a genuine time slip (if such a thing exists), who's to say the time slip didn't occur before he placed the pizza in the nuker.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 11:00 AM
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The Time slips have happened to me a couple of time's in my life and i am still scratching my head and thinking WTF happened there .

The best i can put into words is maybe it is natures way of showing you that not all is what you think it is with time , consider yourself lucky



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 11:03 AM
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a reply to: twohawks

A similar thing happened to me long ago. Was getting ready for school. Putting on the tie that go's with the uniform. I believe the time was 6:32 am. I look at the clock then look away I put on my tie (was a snap on tie). After what felt like 20 seconds, I decide to look at the clock and it is now 6:36am....

I was baffled and confused by this....

EDIT: Though a different topic in a way, I feel like it relates to this:

Sometimes I put things in my pant's pocket. Then when I go to check my pocket or get the item, it's completely gone. I even pull out my pocket and it's completely empty. Then some time later(a few minutes, hours, days, etc), I place my hand in that pocket for whatever reason and voila! The missing item suddenly reapers in my pocket as if it was never touched.... This is also starting to become a reacquiring thing...
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posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 11:06 AM
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a reply to: Nyiah


Honestly, I can't rule out some kind of black out. However never having happened to me before, in such an extreme manner, it strikes me as unlikley. It's as if one moment, I was looking at the channel guide ready to switch over to GOT and the next it wasn't available because it had already played. I don't know how else to describe it.

The reason I used the phrase extreme was because I did have a missing time incident 14 years ago, during the night time. I hesitate to tell the full story because it still troubles. But suffice it to say it resembled a classic abduction scenario. It was the first and only time it had occurred until last night.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 11:26 AM
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a reply to: twohawks

No, I totally get it, when I said an hour had passed in a blink, I meant it. It felt like a literal blink of my eyes instantly snapped the clock forward. The nearest I can figure is if any form of narcolepsy has any similarities to microsleep, then that blank time period is just an abrupt halt & start in the processing of info. Like the brain hit the pause button. Or maybe this is an extended form of microsleep and not necessarily narcolepsy, but the point is the same regardless of the categorization. The processing switched off, then on for some reason.

It would be interesting to know how many people who've ever experienced these lost time events have ever had or do have sleep issues. I grapple with insomnia, and then flip-flop to excessive tiredness. I also have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which just makes those even worse for me than for the average person.



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 11:31 AM
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originally posted by: Kangaruex4Ewe
I would say seizures maybe... ??? It is most odd and discomfiting.


The pizza was still hot from what I understand. Do seizures keep food warm for almost two hours? Just saying that attention should be paid to the details before coming up with a general idea.
I am normally saying something along the lines of temporal lobe seizures or 'petit mal', but having read every word of the OP, it doesn't really fit in this case.



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