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a dream made me smart!? (im not crazy)

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posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 04:35 PM
Do Not call me crazy or just giving facts here.i also need your opinion on this one.ok here goes....

im just a regular teenager but ive got an IQ of about 180 (im not bragging)I also have great intuition and instincts.well i dont need to tell you that this is weird.well anyway now to the good stuff (in a manner of speaking).

my brother has always joked about my time he joked saying that perhaps i was an alien (he thought the concept of aliens amusing you see)well when he voiced this "opinion" my mother had a kind of concerned/scared look on her face but it only lasted a second.well this unsettled me a bit but i soon forgot all about it.(i assumed my mother was worried as i might get scared by that concept)well while reading a post on this site i remembered all this.i looked at it and seeing as how its half past 10 and ive got nothin better to do i thought about that this point i realised and confirmed (thank god for my diary) that i was not always so smart.i found out (with the help of my diary) that my intelligence only increased after a particularly weird and,dare i say it,disturbing dream.

in the dream i woke up in the middle of the night with an intense light coming from outside the i got out of bed i folded back the cover so that there was a peeled back triangle.the light was so bright it shone through the curtains.(curiously enough this dream was seen from "outside" my body rather than "in" it.)i opened the curtains and there was a very bright light outside.i shielded my eyes but then something gripped my arm very hard (another oddity.the dream was not first-person but i could feel things as if it was)i resisted and cut my arm on chipped ornament on the window sill.i woke up at this point.the strange thing is i went to bed in the spare room (its a double bed so you cant blame me) but i woke up in my own bed.i went to the spare room and found the cover turned back and the curtains this point i realised i had a scar on my arm in the exact same place i had cut myself in the dream.

i have often thought of this dream but have never been able to connect it with anything.well when i was thinking about my intelligence and i found my boost in intelligence to have occured at almost the same time (im not sure it was exactly the same day/week as one does not wake up feeling must see it for one's self)

well what i think is that perhaps my mother heard the sounds of the struggle as i resisted the "thing" gripping my wrist and she may have seen a light coming through the windows. (my father is a heavy sleeper so he wouldnt have awoken)she may have connected these two event long before i did.could this be coincidence or something more?please help me get to the bottom of this conundrum.

(please do not post with deriding or ridiculing messages.thank you)

[Edited on 13-3-2004 by AlphaOfTheOmega]

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 04:46 PM
You have an IQ of 180 and write like a 5th grader? Something smells a tad fishy.

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 04:52 PM
ehh?5th grader?i dont know about american school system so i dont know what you meant.but if it was a dig against my typing it is because i never put apostrophes or proper punctuation in my posts

[Edited on 13-3-2004 by AlphaOfTheOmega]

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:08 PM
You could ask your mother if she believes in aliens and abductions and such to see how she reacts.

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:19 PM
good idea.ill ask her tomorrow when she wakes up lol its midnight here

[Edited on 13-3-2004 by AlphaOfTheOmega]

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:21 PM
You also spell 50% of your words wrong.

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:25 PM
nah you see i spell them all is YOU who spells them wrong as you are an spell stuff wrong and then call it correct. (no offense)

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:27 PM
and i would like this post to stay ON TOPIC.i do not like it when someone changes the topic of a post

PS: ahhh ignoring people is bliss

[Edited on 13-3-2004 by AlphaOfTheOmega]

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:29 PM
Boy, you just made fun of our language?

If your so smart, why don't you prove it, or go do something with it.

Besides that, nothing can match the power of creativity.

[Edited on 13-3-2004 by MrJingles]

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:37 PM
stifling the urge to be a smartass (and boy, it's killing me), I'd have to say that you were either intelligent to begin with and it didn't become apparent until you reached a certain age, or you're kidding yourself about the extent of the changes to your abilities. if you're truly serious about checking this out, I'd recomment a full battery of cognitive tests to see where your strengths and weakness lie, and if that might have had any impact on your jump in intelligence (if it is indeed so).

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:38 PM
If what he has written here is made up, he is creative

AlphaOfTheOmega, your brother- is he older od younger? Do you look alike? And your father, are you similar to him in appearance?

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:44 PM
i assure you i have considered that possibility.and i havent done any cognitive tests (unless an IQ test counts)

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 05:48 PM
oh and to answer my brother is older. we dont look alike. hes very tall and im average.hes skinny and im.... not so skinny.i dont look much like my father except for the fact i have a lightly tanned face while his is dark.(if ive interpreted your post correctly then this should be relevant) there are several things that are hereditary on my fathers side of the family which my brother has but i do not.but this can be easily explained as i have been told i take after my mother

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 06:02 PM
70-80% of the people who type on the internet can't type worth a damn. You want to know the main reason? People don't care about proof-reading their work, let alone re-editing it. People just want to get their ideas and information out as quickly as possible. Who cares about grammatical errors?

Although I do like it better when someone can type properly, it is of no importance. As long as the person's idea or information is understandable, why does the rest matter?

Anyways, the most funny thing about improper writing in English, and the people who do it, is that most of them are native speakers! The people who usually do the most proper writing in English are not native speakers of the language. It really goes to show how our schools don't even teach people how to properly write anymore (not that I'm very good at it myself : ).

Anywho, we native English speakers are the ones who do the most improper writing. The reason? We just don't care, plain and simple. Non-native speakers have a reason to care, they want to be understood.

[Edited on 3-13-2004 by EmbryonicEssence]

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 06:09 PM
excellent point there.we take the language for granted and so dont give a damn if we misuse it.but can we please keep this post on track

[Edited on 13-3-2004 by AlphaOfTheOmega]

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 06:25 PM
soo u woodnt mynd iff i tipd lik this al the tim?

cuz i wood luv it.

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 06:38 PM
Your story is pretty interesting, I have a scar on my right arm where someones had pushed me and it was scraped by something on the wall, similar to your story.

But it seems like since then I've been getting stupider!

Hahahaha! Well, at least, that's what my grades show
, but maybe that just means I don't care anymore.

But on your story, (I don't care about the typing and I didn't even notice misspelled words, I've just started trying to type using correct punctuation and capitilization. Wehn I write, I never capitalize...I hate capitilization, but I love punctuation....there's so much you can do with it to change the pace of writing!)
Whoa! Sorry, completely off-topic there!

Alright, back to your story, I thought it was pretty interesting, and I agree with Kiljo, just ask your mom.

Now on language....
I don't mind when people misspell accidentaly or don't use punctuation or capitalization...but when they do things like say "bie" instead of "bye" or "la8er" instead of "later" or "kewl" instead of "cool" I get really aggravated. It makes them sound stupid because I have this idea of what they sound like in my head...and they sound like morons. Plus, it's the exact same numbner of letters, they're wasting time and energy JEEZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 06:52 PM
According to your profile, you are approximately 14 years old. At what age did this "dream" occur? Also, how long have you kept a diary? People do get more intelligent over a period of time. If the diary shows a lack of intelligence and now you seem to have more, then it just proves you've learned over time.

I have a few more questions.

Do you believe in aliens? You mentioned a dream about them, but do you actually have an opinion about their existence?

This intuition you spoke of, does it only happen involving your immediate family?

Have you had many dreams that come true? Like precognitive types of dreams?

Are you enrolled in any gifted classes in school?

Are your parents concerned about your heightened intelligence?

Thanks for posting this. I look forward to hearing the answers.

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 06:55 PM
i belive aliens can influance thoughts and our dreams

posted on Mar, 13 2004 @ 06:59 PM
First, I'll go off topic a bit...

Originally posted by AlphaOfTheOmega
(please do not post with deriding or ridiculing messages.thank you)

Nice going, peeps... What's the first comment?

Originally posted by Cutwolf
You have an IQ of 180 and write like a 5th grader? Something smells a tad fishy.

really freakin' nice... Alpha was asking for help on this matter and all you can do is try to debunk his claim? Apparently low intelligence and ignorance go hand in hand.

Ok, now... I'm going to assume that you are seriously telling the truth, and treat it as such.

Your 'dream' sounds like the classic description of abductions. I assume there may have been time lost, which brings me to my first question: you had a scar, not a currently healing wound... is that right? So it is as if it had been healed before you woke up? I ask because time-loss is normal for abductions. If you cannot remember recieving any cut previous to your 'dream', then it may be a good indicator of an abduction. I'd look for other scars, as well... such as small 'pinhole' scars on your scalp. I have scars like that on my scalp, but most are from welding overhead without my hat under my helmet, so I could not discern the newer from the older ones. You are young enough that you shouldn't have many other scars, but don't think that every scar is from some alien labotomy. There are alot of other things you could do to see if it was a dream or real abduction, but I don't think it's really relevant right now.

As far as IQ goes, 180 is an extremely high number... where were the tests taken? School? If you took the online IQ tests, don't put any faith in them... they are basically preliminary and mainly just there to boost ego with higher numbers. The school given IQ tests are much better, although still not accurate. I'd try another test through a local community college later down the road jsut to double check... and then maybe a tear later, then you can average the numbers to get a better result. IQ tests are strange. I'm a visual thinker, mostly... sometimes I don't think in words or pictures, but rather in 'waveforms'. Visual thinkers are generally more creative, and can solve problems easier. People who think in words make better corporate sheep. If you make a shift to thinking in words, your IQ will drop. If you think in imagry, your IQ will be higher. If you can think in 'waveform' your IQ will be even higher. I think that 'waveform' thinking is the purest form of thinking. What may have happened is that somehow a switch was made from thinking in visual and verbal(words) to thinking in 'waveform'. Whether it was simply made because of the dream, or because of an abduction, I don't know. That is where the above paragraph becomes relevant. Hope this helps a bit. I'll post a bit more after you answer my questions, just to keep the lengthy explanations of every angle to a minimum, and so I can post only relevant info. I'll also explain 'waveform' thinking after, as well.

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