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posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:01 AM
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a reply to: OneManMasquerade

Well fair enough.. I don't believe you




posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:02 AM
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originally posted by: OneManMasquerade

originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: OneManMasquerade

provide proof of the tests and results via pictures and blur your personal information please


Nah man, I'd rather remain a liar since you guys are giving me that image,

Liars ALWAYS, and I mean with emphasis, ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS take that route.

If you aren't a liar you will have no quarrels proving it. IF you aren't a liar.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:03 AM
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I've had all kinds of various "otherworldly" experiences, and at one point when they included Abduction type, I assumed I had a psychological condition, and went to a psychiatrist, but I didn't consider other medical tests.

I find it strange that you can get such expensive tests done without a doctors prescription, or that a doctor would do that for some strange dreams or something??? Seems rather irresponsible when there are people with real life endangering afflictions who need the equipment instead!

Getting a diagnosis on my psychological state was for my own knowledge - I needed to know if I was mentally sick and if I was a danger to myself or others. (saw two of them, both felt I was totally healthy).

But besides that, I don't see any benefit to determining the "reality" of these things.
I guess I tend to compartmentalize. I put them in the drawer marked with a "?" and go about my everyday life. Or take it out once in a while and study it, look for some meaning, but then pop it back in there and forget about it.
I have nothing to prove to anyone else - I don't care to try to insist on the reality of my experiences, and too bad if others are troubled by that. I live with it. So they can too.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:05 AM
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originally posted by: Vector99
a reply to: OneManMasquerade

He's going on his 9'th knee surgery.




CT,MRI or EEG that is a regular test that you can get done by just simply calling up a hospital with a referral from your GP.

No it's not. I just asked him and his wife on skype. You can't just say gimme a test ya bloke. It doesn't work that way in Aussie.

Sorry, I'm going to take my Australian buddies word over your complete and utter BS.


9th what the hell has he been doing


Also it does work that way in Aussie land man, if you tell your doctor you're having black outs, missing time fragments and ask for a ct scan, mri or eeg they will give you a referral.

I'm telling you that your friend is doing something weird man, seriously if his GP is not giving him a referral to a specialist he should get another GP. Cause that's some really tripped out weird sh*t your friend is going through.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:07 AM
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Also MRI ct eeg etc, are like last resort kind of tests. You should see a psychiatrist. But Ill save you the time and money.
You suffer from lonliness, wishful thinking and escapism.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:08 AM
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originally posted by: Bluesma
I've had all kinds of various "otherworldly" experiences, and at one point when they included Abduction type, I assumed I had a psychological condition, and went to a psychiatrist, but I didn't consider other medical tests.

I find it strange that you can get such expensive tests done without a doctors prescription, or that a doctor would do that for some strange dreams or something??? Seems rather irresponsible when there are people with real life endangering afflictions who need the equipment instead!

Getting a diagnosis on my psychological state was for my own knowledge - I needed to know if I was mentally sick and if I was a danger to myself or others. (saw two of them, both felt I was totally healthy).

But besides that, I don't see any benefit to determining the "reality" of these things.
I guess I tend to compartmentalize. I put them in the drawer marked with a "?" and go about my everyday life. Or take it out once in a while and study it, look for some meaning, but then pop it back in there and forget about it.
I have nothing to prove to anyone else - I don't care to try to insist on the reality of my experiences, and too bad if others are troubled by that. I live with it. So they can too.


Oh no no Blue, I got a referral for those tests from my General Practitioner to get those tests done, I'm just shocked to learn that in other counties those tests are expensive and make you wait 10 months.

Here we pay about $200 in healthcare and the longest anyone waited in my family was 2 weeks. MRI,CT and EEG here are standard tests here in Australia, the only longer wait is if you need to see a specialist those can take about 1 month or 2 at max to get in.

But we never wait 10 months for a MRI, CT or an EEG, it's completely unheard of here in Australia. I mean seriously we always thought America and Canada had the best healthcare I guess we were wrong.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:11 AM
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a reply to: WhitePillar

Actually here it's a 2nd resort, first resort is blood test and last resort is a specialist/operation.

We don't wait 10 months to run a CT scan on someone who might just have cancer. Sorry to disappoint you man but seriously you need to move to another country if they make you wait that long for a standardized test such as a CT scan.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:13 AM
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a reply to: OneManMasquerade

Just asked my friend, and he asked the doc. Doc said you might get an eek test, maybe an eeg test. But you are not getting anywhere near an MRI machine without an extensive issue. That's the words from his doc.

So? What is the issue that got you a space in an MRI machine?



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:13 AM
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a reply to: OneManMasquerade

you have no idea what you are talking about, ten months? what ??? where did you get this number? How about if there is a need, then by tomorrow! however if you just go in there talking about," proving your not crazy" they will just refer you to a psychiatrist, not order an MRI lol.. Provide proof that you've had these tests done or just stop..
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posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:14 AM
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originally posted by: OneManMasquerade
a reply to: WhitePillar


We don't wait 10 months to run a CT scan on someone who might just have cancer. Sorry to disappoint you man but seriously you need to move to another country if they make you wait that long for a standardized test such as a CT scan.

OK yea, you are just trolling your own topic.

Have fun, I'm out.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:17 AM
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originally posted by: Vector99

originally posted by: OneManMasquerade
a reply to: WhitePillar


We don't wait 10 months to run a CT scan on someone who might just have cancer. Sorry to disappoint you man but seriously you need to move to another country if they make you wait that long for a standardized test such as a CT scan.

OK yea, you are just trolling your own topic.

Have fun, I'm out.


Hey don't look at me Pillar is the one that said it takes 10 months in Canada.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:21 AM
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originally posted by: Vector99
a reply to: OneManMasquerade

Just asked my friend, and he asked the doc. Doc said you might get an eek test, maybe an eeg test. But you are not getting anywhere near an MRI machine without an extensive issue. That's the words from his doc.

So? What is the issue that got you a space in an MRI machine?



Well my Doc was worried I might have a tumor so she got me a CT scan and also said that it would be good to test for an aneurysms so she ordered the MRI as well.

The EEG was to ensure there was no issue with the signal and wiring.

And no I didn't go in saying I had reoccurring dreams I went in with the other things I've been experiencing, missing fragments of time, occasional black out, high pitched tones, smells randomly popping up etc.
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posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:23 AM
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a reply to: OneManMasquerade

Have you considered what if you are wrong? What if this is just a elaborate fantasy? What then?



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:24 AM
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originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: OneManMasquerade

Have you considered what if you are wrong? What if this is just a elaborate fantasy? What then?


How so?



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:26 AM
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a reply to: OneManMasquerade

What if you are just having dreams and making up an elaborate story line of "premonitions" what if it's "all in your head" what then?



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:28 AM
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But as for the premise of your initial post, getting an mri barely rules out any psychological disorder. The most common disorders would be BP, schizophrenia, schizo affective, or manic depressive disorders that can induce loss of time, visual and auditory hallucinations. Disorders diagnosed by a psychiatrist.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:30 AM
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originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: OneManMasquerade

What if you are just having dreams and making up an elaborate story line of "premonitions" what if it's "all in your head" what then?


But would that not then also make you an elaborate fragment of the story line? So if that is the case who can be trusted?

No but seriously if I was making an elaborate story line would there not be some sort of physiological illness or a psychological sign of an issue. Although both have been tested and checked out without any underline issue discovered.

So what are we left with then?
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posted on May, 3 2016 @ 03:32 AM
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no.. did you somehow predict TechniXcality would come to one of your threads and tell you that he doesn't believe you?



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 05:34 AM
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Few people have the resources to do the testing that your recommend. I would say that you are overly compensating for what others may think of your sanity. And actually, you have not a bit more of proof that your experience (whatever) was genuine or all made up in your head. Basically, you have fooled yourself into an invalid feeling of self-assurance.

Accept what others may think is impossible. And always know that few will accept your experience regardless of how they will respond. Personal adventures probably should remain private. View such as personal growth material, not necessarily as a story to share.



posted on May, 3 2016 @ 05:38 AM
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We don't wait 10 months where I am either. We get them right away. It's just- there is somewhat of a social pressure not to abuse these services? Because we all pay for it, everyone is quick to judge others if they take advantage of the system needlessly. So people tend to be careful- including doctors.



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