reply to post by MikeboydUS
Actually, there are three varieties: Losing time, gaining time, and experiencing a "glitch" in time. I've had one of the latter variety a couple
If you have watched "The Matrix," you know what I'm talking about: the scene where Neo sees the SAME black cat cross from right to left (or was it
left to right) twice, and Trinity tells him it means something changed in the Matrix code.
I was out on our small-town recreation path with my then 3-year-old. We went down a dirt path to the river, where he was happily throwing rocks in the
water, while I was sitting on the "beach" looking around. From where I was sitting, in front of me was a steep incline on top of which I could see
the rec path. It was basically "cut" in three sections from my point of view: clear view... small group of trees... clear view... small group of
trees... clear view. I could clearly see the hikers up on the rec path -- from my viewpoint they were approx. 200-300 ft away from me.
I watched a blonde, middle-aged guy in jeans, a beige shirt and a beige baseball cap walk out from the group of trees on the right, moving to the
left. Then he disappeared behind the group of trees on the left.
I looked down for a second and then back at the path -- and the SAME guy, in the SAME clothes, SAME looks, SAME gait, SAME speed, everything, coming
out AGAIN from behind the tree group on the right, moving to the left. There was no way in hell that he could have gotten back to that place and done
it all over again while I looked away.
At first I thought they might be twins or something, so I looked to the left to see whether "the other guy" would come out from behind the tree
group on the left; if so, I would have HAD to see him. But there was only that one guy. I was completely stunned.
I do believe that people occasionally witness "ripples in spacetime" or whatever you want to call them. On another board, I've read similar
accounts, even stories from people who drove by certain places, like "old-looking" stores, that were suddenly gone when they came by the next day.
Even more spooky: I read a first-hand account of a guy who believed that he had shifted into another dimension -- one that was very similar to the one
he knew, except for his toothbrush. He said he had a red toothbrush, had had it for a while, and when he came into the bathroom one morning, it was
blue. When he asked about it, his family was genuinely confused; they said his toothbrush had ALWAYS been blue. He was the only one remembering it