posted on Jan, 4 2009 @ 11:26 PM
I've seen people demonstrate these types of things while high on crystal meth. I'm convinced that stuff gives a charge of some sort to the user, in
combination with no sleep (the two are synonymous). I only mention this because a previous poster had linked "lack of sleep" with these abilities,
and meth and no sleep go hand in hand. I used to suck the moisture out of things, (moisture meaning what holds it together). Anything from a loaf of
bread to a chair i've disintegrated without any knowledge of it until i observed it. For example, I would touch a loaf of bread and it would begin to
crumble, and i was sitting in a chair that was almost new, then when i got up the seat was all frayed. I then did this with two more chairs (they
were patio furniture. Not wiccar (sp?), but the plastic stuff (kind of like what a tent's made of). These are just two examples I can "replay" in
my head, not some "floppy" truth i concocted while tripping. I also saw a guy that used to make cards float. He would drop the card (this is a
houseparty setting at like ____a.m.) and it would begin following his hand movements (picture a guy flappin his arms, but witha card shadowing the
movements about 2 ft below the hand, and with his arms in front of him.). I remember thinking then the "trick" must be attached to his hand. There
was nothing. No string, and cards aren't magnetic, are they? It got even weirder when i asked him how i did it and he gave me one of those looks like
i'd never believe him. This last example to me is not as important as the first two, because I'm not 100 percent sure there wasn't some other
mundane gimmick, but that look he gave me was somethin'....
I guess my point is that in my honest experience sleep dep. and "charge" does something to us that we don't know (insert wise-crack here i.e.
"yeah, make you crazy". lol). Our mind is the last and greatest frontier.