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Originally posted by TheNetherlands
I was in the middle east, i dont know where exactly or which country.
I was some sort of angel and there was a war. A war with i guess other angels.
So i was talking to this other guy, i was talking to him to get him to join our good side. We were standing on a roof, all around us there were some houses and a lot of sand and some kind of river. Suddenly all hell broke loose and this guys eyes changed completely red, like they were some kind of blood eyes or whatever. I just knew that me trying to talk him to the good side didnt work and we started fighting. Suddenly we all left the rooftops and went to the river. There was a corpse lying there, well, not a corpse, just a skeleton with some blueish light around it. Suddenly i know this was the skeleton of Jesus and we had to fight to keep the badguys away from it. Suddenly the skeleton started to walk and regenerate into a normal living human being and we kept fighting for it to complete its transformation. That when the dream ended.
I woke up with a feeling that this was a war between Jesus and the angels and the Devil and his elohim. I also got a feeling this dream was not just a dream and was not just something that happend in the past but is going to happen in the near future.
Now, and this is very important, i am no religious person, i never visited the church, i simply dont have a religion.
I did, as a little boy, go to a religious christian school. It was not different from other schools except we only prayed at the morning and the teachers always read to us from the bible, thats all i ever had to do with religion.
Originally posted by euclid
reply to post by Ian McLean
Subject/Objective reality check:
1. When Euclid goes to sleep at night do I (Ian) still continue to exist?
Originally posted by the way
euclid, although you have contributed many interesting ideas to this thread, your increasingly arrogant assertions that only you and your particular brand of quantum theory have the answers is really becoming rather tiresome.
You have not produced any smoking gun evidence that alignment with the galactic plane or the LHC are responsible for these memory anomalies and so all you have produced is an interesting theory.
Harmonic and Ianmac are just as entitled to post their theories as anyone else. The fact you are intolerant of anything outside your own view is making you appear as dogmatic as the cath**ic church/isl**ic faith and rather charmless.
If you don't want to play with the other boys, fine-sit in the corner with your research team and and quietly get on with your work or play on your xbox. This is a forum-an exchange of ideas and opinions. Its not your personal soapbox.
Originally posted by TheNetherlands
If William Daniels is the voice of KITT in Knight Rider, yes, he did die, i know for sure.
I even went on the internet to look up some old episodes of Knight Rider for old times sake.
He is dead, dont you worry about that.
Originally posted by Gutman
Two weeks ago I went out in my best trousers/pants. I wear a belt with them.
Today I put them on and the belt is way too big. I have'nt lost like 6 inches from my waist so I can't explain it. This belt always fitted me before. It's as though it's a different belt to two weeks ago.
Phil Collins is alive.
Originally posted by Ian McLean
reply to post by HarmonicSynchronicity
There were earlier posts on this thread about someone noticing sudden radically personality changes in people they had known for years. However, there was no reported change in objectively-relateable memories. No one said "yes, I'm acting a little differently; yesterday I was living in a Mad-Max nuclear wasteland, savagely fighting to survive, now I'm here -- pass the ketchup, please". Instead, it was described as if that person's subjective reactions to the past events of the time-line (changed or not), were 'rewritten' to result in a new personality, without conflict to past events.
How can that be? I can see why you introduced the concept of 'NPCs' into your theory. The motivation behind the theories put forth here seems, to me, to be: "can these things be explained with a consistent theory, while still postulating accuracy and inviolability of memory?". So, I'm having trouble putting that example into terms of your theoretical explanation, without either violating that postulate, or introducing one of the actors being an 'NPC'. Could you explain what the subjective experiences would be like, of such an example, from the point of view of each participant, assuming they're both 'real people'?