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posted on Dec, 8 2004 @ 01:08 PM
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I have been reading some stories of people experiencing Time/space phenomenons and I could of swearn i had same experience that i could not explain dealing with this.

The first time I was was about 8 years old, I was in the living room watching TV with my brother and mother. It was about 10:00PM so we Head off to bed. i lay down close my eyes it couldn't have been for no longer than 1 minute when i opened them back up and it was light out side, I look out side i could see kids playing on the street in front of my house. I was dumbfounded on what had happened it appeared that somehow time had fast forwarded its self from 10:00pm to about 2:30pm. The strangest part was it was in the middle of the week i had school the next day but when i woke up people were out side doing stuff like it was a Saturday. I don't recall much from that day except for what i just wrote. I now just think of it as a dream or just sleeping in on a Friday thinking it was a Thursday and waking up late in the day.

The second time i had one of these experiences was just last year, was 16 I woke for school my alarm clock had gone off i look at the clock it said "6.00" i get dressed go down to the bus stop no one was there the sky was still dark i come back up to my house thinking I missed the bus when i turn on my TV and find out its really 5:30. I went back and checked my alarm clock it too said 5:30. I was shocked that i recalled all that just happen the alarm clock going off looking at the clock and seeing "6:00" on the clock. Just a very strange experience.

Never had any thing like that happen after that but almost on a normal basis I do something (anything) then remember doing that same task in some other point in time. for EX. when i meet someone knew that I never met before i could swear i have met that person before and herd that same conversation before.




posted on Dec, 8 2004 @ 06:08 PM
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Well, my experience is a little different, and I think a lot of people have had similar experiences but they don't view them as anything to do with time or whatever. Before I share my experience I'd like to say that since this experience I have formulated a theory that time is all in our minds, if it exists at all. (Although I'm starting to realize that everything is in our minds.) Anyway, on to my experience:

I was snowboarding, (as I often do), and I decided to go off a small jump. I hit the jump, went into the air, lost control, (as I often do), and came down in an awkward position, and obviously didn't land. Since I was going really fast, I didn't hit the ground and stop, I hit the ground and start rolling over and over down the slope. Almost immediately after I started rolling, time literally slowed down, to the point where I was able to move my arms around and do things while in an almost paused state of time. In what should've been less than a second, while in mid air, I was able to position myself for the next time I was to hit the ground. I was able to get my arms situated and everything. It was as if time had slowed to almost a stop all around me, but I was able to move around as if time hadn't slowed me down at all. As soon as I hit time seemed to try and catch up, and everything went really fast until it was back to normal speed I guess. I thought I had some great knowledge from this experience, kind of a "There is no spoon" type deal, but I haven't been able to "slow" time at all since. Some would see this as just one of those things, where like when you're being tossed by a wave in the ocean or something time "seems to slow down", but I believe in fact that time did slow down, just because of everything I was able to do in the time between bounces of my body off the hard, snow-packed ground. It was so real. I think that perhaps in times of great danger, when your body is at risk, like in my near accident, your brain slows time down and allows you to try and save yourself from harm. The body and mind will do whatever they can to survive, including something as far-fetched as this. Just remember: there is no spoon and there is no such thing as time.


[edit on 8/12/04 by an3rkist]



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