posted on Jan, 17 2017 @ 07:42 AM
a reply to: Underfire2
Yes, thanks for starting this topic. We have a lot of this going on in my household lately. It definitely stepped up a few notches when we got these
new wifi amplifiers because our old wifi sucked so bad. These new ones plug into electrical outlets to extend the wifi signal from the base.
My husband, who is a supreme skeptic, now can't ignore what's going on because I or our daughter will keep bringing up the obscure topics he was just
about to bring up or say sentences the other was planning to say. Most of the time I seem to be the "receiver" but sometimes one of them will be.
I've always had this ability with just some people, like a couple of coworkers who thought it was uncanny, and of course my immediate family members.
But it was always quite occasional until about a year ago when our daughter started doing this, too. It became more commonplace. But now it's a
daily occurrence and happens several times a day. Most often at home, but at work and school, too sometimes. Now it just can't be ignored or explained
so my husband is forced to accept that it's happening and he's not too happy about it. None of us use any substances. I take seasonal allergy
medication and that's about it. I drink only on special occasions.
This phenomenon also doesn't always have to be verbal. We find it happens when we text each other, too.
It's also happening now more with extended family like in-laws. I think it's also happening with the pets, as well but it's hard to be sure. I just
know I can be sitting there reading and then I'll think it is time to give one of the pets a bath and only the pet I am thinking of will go scurrying
off to hide. It can be dog or cat, it doesn't matter.
I don't think there is any one answer. Some of it could be something universal. Some of it may have to do with technology. I think trying to prove it
is any one single cause, when nothing can be proven under the circumstances, will just lead to needless arguments. I'm not saying anyone is arguing
in this thread, but I've seen it happen all too often in other discussions.