posted on Jun, 15 2008 @ 06:46 AM
Sometimes short-term precognitions of this type can help you surviving in your everyday life, by preventing accidents that otherwise might have
happened. Most often you don't "see" the things to happen consciously, but your sub-conscious can somehow see them and is ready for preventive
I've experienced this many times, most frequently by knowing about one minute in advance that someone is going to call me. If you have experienced
this many times, you'll know how weird it eventually feels when you eventually realize what's going on, without understanding why. I've stopped
wondering a long time ago and have just accepted this ability as a "gift".
Once I was driving a selfmade VW Dune Bug that I borrowed from my friend, and I couldn't possibly guess that the brakes would fail when I arrived at
the traffic lights in a street corner, as the guy who built the car was a professional. However, when I hit the brake pedal, it went all the way to
the floor as a pin connecting the pedal to the master brake cylinder had just dropped to the floor! I didn't have time to react consciously, but for
some reason my hand was already pulling the hand brake at the very moment when my foot met the floor, and the Bug stopped just before I was to hit a
car coming from the street to my left. As the Dune Bug was basically just a four-wheeled motorcycle without any protection from the sides, I would
probably have been killed if my sub-conscious had been asleep at that time, and not seen a couple of seconds in the future. There are many other
occasions of "barely surviving" a bad situation in the traffic as well which I cannot explain by any other words than Extremely Good Luck -- or
There are still many functions in the human brain that we can't explain.