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originally posted by: Chayote
Did that answer your questions or do you want to know anything else?
So you could easily be dreaming when you pass out, im sorry but if you hold no proof, and you say you pass out and wake up in the same spot, sounds to me like your having weird dreams while passed out, not time travelling
originally posted by: Chayote
a reply to: Furryhobnob
Like I said before, I can offer no proof whatsoever of my experiences. The closest thing I can argue is that a few people tend to remember events as I remember them from my past and they in turn cannot figure out why either, even though they could almost be certain as to them happening.
Furthermore, when I do pass out and "leave" I usually wake up in the past, and hardly in the future. It starts with a horrific headache, my stomach will turn, and the severe weight of the experience will make me pass out. After I awake from the unconscious state I find myself usually in whatever clothes I came with in some location. The headache usually does not leave, although its varies in strength, and it stays the entire time I am there. This "dislocation" in either the past or the future will last as long as I can stay awake in my current state, (which is difficult), or I end up getting killed. The moment either one occurs I "snap back" to my current base time and awake, usually loosing no time there. As far as I can tell I am only unconscious in this time for a brief few minutes, however I have been dislocated in either the future or the past sometimes as long as several days.
One of the stranger things that occur to me in these dislocations is that when I get there it becomes very obvious that I don't "belong." When I go to the past the headache gets worse and worse till it eventually makes me pass out, usually by no more than three or our days. However going to the future the headache isn't really the problem as It is if the world around me is busily trying to kill me off. For lack of a better example, it is kinda like the movie, "Final Destination" in that it seems the world is intent of trying to "off" me. It starts out simple at first, tripping over things into sharp objects, heavy things fall off the the top of grocery aisles, but the longer I am there the more desperate the world seems to get. A three to four days in cars will drive through restaurant windows, and within a week planes will drop out of the sky to land on me. I have probably been killed over a dozen times due to moving forward and it is rather nerve racking.
Another curious thing occurs is that while I am dressed in the clothes I have on when I pass out, when I dislocate, I always return to the exact same state, (and clothing), as when I left, no marks, no bruises, and no damage other than the same headache that lasts for a couple hrs afterwards. And of course, no evidence. I have tried a couple of different times to jump into a group photograph, or try to get my picture taken at some event by a journalist, but again, I think I am actually returned not to the same "phase" that I left from as there are historical differences every time, therefore what happened in the past here is not going to be the same as the past I remember it.
originally posted by: Z77ZABCD
Id like to ask if there are any time travellers monitoring this forum to please step forwards and communicate with us, thank you. In your first communication can you describe the means by which you have time travelled as part of your introductory.
originally posted by: theghostfaceentity
Travelling through times easy if you know how to quantum entangle -stares at my fingernails and gives a cocky silent grin n wink-
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
Oh, and if there are time travelers -- just them being in another time would alter the timeline in ways we couldn't tell. In fact, they'd have to be shielded outside of time themselves, wouldn't they?