a reply to: raymundoko
And apparently, like most of nay-sayers on this forum you really don't have much to offer to the discussion other than your snippy close-mindedness.
I am telling you, I would have found this crazy too, but suddenly discovering all of this is like stepping into the twilight zone.
Are you a quantum physicist? No? Didn't think so. Neither am I, but spending a little time actually thinking about it rather than outright dismissing
everything lead me to some more information about quantum physics and the possibilities of parallel universes.
Many quantum physicists believe that there are parallel universes. That's fact. There's a theory that's been going around since the 50's, called
the Many Worlds theory. That is by simply measuring a quantum object, they actually create a rip in the universe, duplicating it. It goes on to
theorize that any
action taken can create another universe.
Say you nearly drowned once, but something saved you. In another universe, you didn't get saved. You're dead. You play russian roulette. After two
clicks, you decide you like life and want to keep on living and don't want to press your chances. In two other universes, you died. In yet another,
you decide that you do want to keep pulling the trigger. The universe splits off from there as well. In yet another universe, you merely thought about
playing russian roulette, but decided against it.
Some parallel universes are only slightly different while others are very
String Theory goes on to suggest that these parallel universes can come actually into contact with one another.
Now, I don't know how it fits into currently accepted quantum physics, but I've long had my own theory that apparently some people share. That is
that many paranormal phenomenons can be caused by a bleed through. One universe bleeds into the next. In that universe, those things exist. Maybe some
beings can somehow do this at will. Perhaps sometimes it's only temporary. And other times, it's permanent.
It's possible that our universe collided with yours which nibbled off bits of it... mainly us. Like how our solar system apparently isn't even from
the Milky Way. We're from the Sagittarius Dwarf galaxy that's currently being eaten up by the Milky Way. Google it if you don't believe me.
So, can you admit that it's at least possible
that we're all telling the truth? Sure, maybe we all have the exact same 'glitch' in our
brain. Somehow. Along with more 'glitches' that make us mistake other things; that completely different people also have exactly the same memory of
without prior consultation. Most people probably dismiss it as faulty memory and don't investigate it further. There may be a lot more of us out
At some point, things become more than mere coincidence.
If you're trying to assert that I'm a delusional ignoramus-- don't. Because I'm not.