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posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 12:28 PM
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Again not trying to be disrespectful






posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 12:32 PM
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Originally posted by minniescar
Again not trying to be disrespectful




Silence!

It has become necessary. Know that.



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 12:53 PM
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Silence!


ummm excuse me? did i or did i not start this thread in discussions on what ive seen thats been going on at my house for the past 5 plus years. What i did not start a thread about was glitches in the matrix as a result of a machine built in Europe thats trying to recreate the big bang. If it has nothing to do with the subject at hand thats what the start new thread button is for.



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 01:36 PM
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Hmmm. Yes. You do have a point. It's just that one can't create a new thread without a title for it, we don't know what "on earth" is going on, yet. Please forgive my arrogance, Sir. It got out of hand, but I feel that these matters really are very "important."

However, you may have your thread back. Vanitas, or anyone else who may be reading, please u2u me if you wish to continue this line of discussion.



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 01:58 PM
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ummm excuse me? did i or did i not start this thread in discussions on what ive seen thats been going on at my house for the past 5 plus years. What i did not start a thread about was glitches in the matrix as a result of a machine built in Europe thats trying to recreate the big bang. If it has nothing to do with the subject at hand thats what the start new thread button is for.


Oh my...
Minniescar, that "machine in Europe" - on Earth (a very small rock) would be perhaps a more relevant description of its location - has the potential of directly interfering with the very fabric of "reality", thereby naturally affecting what we perceive as time and its "sequence".

But, worry no more.
We'll discuss it elsewhere.



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 02:00 PM
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However, you may have your thread back. Vanitas, or anyone else who may be reading, please u2u me if you wish to continue this line of discussion.


Somewhat off-topic, please excuse me:

I am terrible (although not entirely hopeless) at U2U-ing - but I think a thread could be found or created.


EDIT: You'll find the thread here.




[edit on 18-6-2008 by Vanitas]



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 02:03 PM
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Originally posted by dgtempe

I wake up to a ringing phone a lot of the time, only the phone really has not been ringing.

Welcome to the Twighlight Zone.


That is the weirdest thing. I woke up to a single ring of my phone this morning at 7 am. (no one I know calls that early)

It happened one other time, a few days ago (about the same 7am time) but I had written it off as part of a dream.



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 02:27 PM
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Having false memories doesn't just mean glitches in the matrix. If a doctor was to examine you, they probably would think it's something medical and psychological. Even my therapist treats these recalls as delusional. This OP may have been fabricated as well. The Doc is a disinformation specialist and has an even better story as if they are a visionary or prophet.

By the way, a member typically can't post anonomously from the same IP address either. Unless, that's a glitch now too.

Missing time and false memories could also be something like micro napping. I don't discount these other bizarre possibilites totally, but, without knowing their true source, it's just science fiction games. The toilet here seems to be backing up again, call the plumber.

[edit on 18-6-2008 by aleon1018]



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 03:15 PM
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Missing time and false memories could also be something like micro napping. I don't discount these other bizarre possibilites totally, but, without knowing their true source, it's just science fiction games.


I understand your skepticism in this matters, and find it healthy.
But I can assure you that I, for one, wasn't "micro-napping" when I went to the kitchen to take a drink out of the fridge before a TV programme started - and came back (= turned around, it was a kitchenette, in the same space as the living room) only to find that 20 minutes of my time had evaporated... Poof!

(I won't go into details, it is described in a thread called "Time slips, anyone?")






[edit on 18-6-2008 by Vanitas]



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 03:45 PM
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I wasn't talking glitches nor missing time or false memory of any sort im talking actually seeing something that wasn't really there. Much like seeing a ghost but these people or animals aren't dead yet.


as for the machine in Europe that they made to recreate the big bang unless its directly on the opposite side of the earth from my house i fail to see why it would only affect things at my house. Its not like im at work and see things out of the corner of my eye, just at home. Also didnt they say we would destroy the universe and the very fabric of time when we built the first atom smasher?



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 04:19 PM
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I was talking about how scientists now think the universe could be a holographic projection. Has nothing to do with the movie. Re-read my post please.

www.amazon.com...

en.wikipedia.org...

www.spaceandmotion.com...

[edit on 6-18-2008 by CPYKOmega]



posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 05:41 PM
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as for the machine in Europe that they made to recreate the big bang unless its directly on the opposite side of the earth from my house i fail to see why it would only affect things at my house. Its not like im at work and see things out of the corner of my eye, just at home.


But that's just it: all the replies here clearly show that IF the HD were to affect what I referred to as the "fabric of reality" (we're just speculating here, remember), it could be affecting God knows how many people, all around the world.
Why only at home?
I don't know. Why do strange things - or any isolated events, for that matter - happen where and when they do, and not at some other time/place? Maybe your workplace is too contaminated by all kinds of devices for people working there to notice?
As I said, I don't know.



Also didnt they say we would destroy the universe and the very fabric of time when we built the first atom smasher?


I wasn't aware of such claims.
And not knowing how the perception of 'time' would or could be affected, if such were the case, I cannot affirm that it did NOT.



posted on Jun, 19 2008 @ 07:30 AM
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Originally posted by Vanitas



Missing time and false memories could also be something like micro napping. I don't discount these other bizarre possibilites totally, but, without knowing their true source, it's just science fiction games.


I understand your skepticism in this matters, and find it healthy.
But I can assure you that I, for one, wasn't "micro-napping" when I went to the kitchen to take a drink out of the fridge before a TV programme started - and came back (= turned around, it was a kitchenette, in the same space as the living room) only to find that 20 minutes of my time had evaporated... Poof!

(I won't go into details, it is described in a thread called "Time slips, anyone?")






[edit on 18-6-2008 by Vanitas]



Well, you did mention missing time. From my own bizarre experiences with some missing time, it was as if someone else took over, similar to the movie Darkman. While some missing time was recovered, most is still repressed or now fading away.

Some other experiences suggest to me that I was somehow, probably my consiousness, transported to another reality or set or this alternate/false reality information downloaded.

Most of what I recall was associated with some type of abduction scenerio that has been going on since around the age of three years old.

My skeptism is sometimes due to what I feel is some type of mockery from disinfo agents. So, it comes out as hostile paranoia or clinical sarcasm. So far, this site is a lame attempt at group therapy for me. My therapist apparently doesn't want me in a real group session with similar people. (It does appear that this isn't wise when reporting abduction experiences with those who then claim them as their own.) He believes staying present is more productive to returning to society or what I perceive as slavery.

I appreciate any reasonable response anyway, more than constant ignores. I've yet to start any threads because of being treated like a ghost. I have often wondered if my posts even exist on a real ATS site. (whatever that really means)



posted on Jun, 19 2008 @ 07:37 AM
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Originally posted by Marsrising
That kind of thing is quite common now as time is reversing since we passed through a black hole about 60 years ago. I won't repeat all the details here as I have already started another thread about the details about 2012 when it happened then.

It would be interesting to hear from more people that have had similar experiences to yours.

spreding crap again eh



posted on Jun, 19 2008 @ 11:48 PM
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Did anyone's clocks ever skip ahead? I set mine each morning for 6:15 (It was when i had to get up for school), and i would run out to catch the bus by 7. One morning, it went off three hours early, and i was about to run out to the bus at four in the morning, when i woke my mother and she realized what time it was. The next time that happened i got her to drive me out more than a full hour early. But the alarm clock did go off both times... It was strangeness extreme. But then that hasn't happened again. I actually thought, after the four a.m. incident, that someone played a cruel trick on me. But then, it was four on the bloody morning!



posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by minniescar
In my case with seeing things that aren't really there its not just seeing things that will happen its seeing things that did.


Well, I mean, that sounds like clairvoyance, the ability to see across space and time, or precognition, the ability to see things before they happen. That's why I brought up my childhood "psychic ability" and my subsequent adult version of the phenomenon. See, it occurred to me that I only thought I remembered Frank Sinatra singing "New York, New York" in the 1960s because, as a child, perhaps I had a precognition of him singing it 10 years later. Same thing with the Oliver Reed story — perhaps in the 1980s I had a precognition of him dying of a heart attack, and that stuck in my mind as a memory of him dying 14 years before he actually did.

As a kid, I had "visions" exactly like the ones you're talking about, only a matter of seconds or minutes before an event really happened.

In fact, the earliest such vision that I remember occurred when I was about 2 years old... I wandered out the front door one night and was headed down the driveway, looking for my older sister (who was babysitting at a neighbor's home). Just before I toddled out into the residential street, an image flashed through my mind like a lightning bolt: The image was a static snapshot of the front of my house, with the front door flung wide open, and a dark, menacing figure charging toward me, its arms outstretched. Then the image vanished, and my normal vision returned.

Well... This was so frightening to me that I stopped in my tracks at the end of the driveway and started crying my ass off. And that's when I heard a loud bang behind me and I spun around to see the front of my house, with the front door flung wide open, and a dark, menacing figure charging toward me, its arms outstretched. I think I crapped in my pants at that point. It was my older brother, who was supposed to be babysitting me, rushing out of the house to find the missing baby!

I later tried to tell my mother about this weird occurrence, but as a 2-year-old I couldn't articulate the event clearly enough to impress her. But I remembered it, and even feared the memory of it. And I remember it to this day. That was just the first of a whole series of similar visions that I experienced throughout my childhood. As I mentioned earlier, these profoundly psychic events kind of subsided after I entered my teens, although I'll still have a flash now and then.

It would be rather fascinating if some technological nightmare such as the Large Hadron Collider was responsible for generating ripples in time that affected humans in such a way as to create what we call psychic phenomena.

I mean, wouldn't it be a hoot if everything that we consider psychic phenomena throughout the history of Humanity was actually the product of a science project in our future, sending these mind-bending reverberations backwards and forwards through the corridors of Time?





posted on Jun, 20 2008 @ 06:19 PM
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Originally posted by minniescar
3. The waiting for something to happen after experiencing deja vu is normal i think. Im not sure if its a conscious or subconscious thing but its allmost like your thinking hey ive been here before what did i screw up and do last time that im getting a second chance to avoid.



I think that is it exactly. Hey, sorry for my part in going off-topic.



posted on Jun, 29 2008 @ 10:35 PM
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Hmmm interesting, several theories spring to mind based on the fact a lot of what you experienced took place in your basement:
1.) Intoxication
Do you keep chemicals down there? Any sort of potential toxic materials used in construction process?
2.) Lucid dreaming
A basement presumably has no windows therefore lighting maybe dim, do you nap down there? Have a comfy chair? Its possible you drift off for a short while dream something pretty mundane wake up and not realize you had been asleep and think it happened.
3.) Your wife is messing with you
4.) Precognition
Check it out, try guessing playing cards, ya never know.
5.) Time dilation
This seems unlikely as the events don't seem to be restricted to one area and if they were not other people would likely experience the phenomena
6.) "hyper observation" (for want of a better term)
Sub consciously your brain is working overtime adding variables judging odds and making connections allowing you to make accurate guesses regarding seemingly random situations.
7.) neighbor has new loud phone with same ring as yours?
Your next course of action should be to eliminate as many theories as you can think of, "for once you eliminate what is not possible whatever is left, no matter how improbable must be the truth." - Spock

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